Daniel Boone (1964–1970)
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A French theatrical troupe is secretly smuggling gold for the American revolutionaries. Daniel and Mingo get involved and try to help them avoid being captured by the British.

Director:

Arthur H. Nadel (as Arthur Nadel)

Writers:

Richard Collins (teleplay), Terry Kingsley-Smith (story) (as Terence Kingsley-Smith)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Fess Parker ... Daniel Boone
Ed Ames ... Mingo
Maurice Evans ... Beaumarchais
Robert Wolders ... Almaviva
Louise Sorel ... Susanna
Leland Murray Leland Murray ... Figaro
Alan Caillou ... British Major
Hugh Langtry Hugh Langtry ... Bartolo
Ivor Barry Ivor Barry ... British Commandant
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Storyline

A French theatrical troupe is secretly smuggling gold for the American revolutionaries. Daniel and Mingo get involved and try to help them avoid being captured by the British.

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Genres:

Adventure | Western

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Language:

English

Release Date:

12 October 1967 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Goofs

After Boone and Mingo have joined his caravan to help ensure safe transit of gold to the American war effort, Beaumarchais looks to his left as he's driving the wagon. Three or four times, looking to the left, he sees several red uniformed men on horseback, who he says are following them. Beaumarchais has looked to his left, and the men on horse are moving to the left of the screen, so, they would be traveling in the opposite direction, and hence, not following. See more »

Soundtracks

Blues Skies, Green Meadow
Written by Lionel Newman and Randy Newman
Performed by Ed Ames
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really good ep
23 June 2019 | by MiketheWhistleSee all my reviews

Maurice Evans and Mingo truly make this a great ep. Mingo sings in a few eps, but does quite a bit in this one as well as some great theatre type acting. Maurice Evans was a truly exceptional actor, and once you get past the french accent which I found not to be too good, this was a great ep.


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