Algonquin George Longbow disturbs Mayor Sam Booth's speech in full warrior dress to deliver, by spear, his hereditary claim to the land-rights granted by the British to his ancestor Chief 12 generations ago. A land strip including all Cabot Cove. While history professor Harold Crenshaw, George's girl-friend Donna's father, verifies the document's veracity, people panic and protest. It turns out he is only demanding reasonable rent. The local businessman involved in an impending major development project is found dead with an Algonquin spear in his chest, as everybody eagerly assumes by George, who is soon after found, roughed up and brought to Amos by local hot-head hoodlums. Jessica, however, believes in his innocence and sets out to prove it.
Did You Know?
The title is an old English expression to describe a person who gives a gift and then later wants it back. See more
During the Founder's Day ceremony, Amos is wearing a tie, but when he Seth and Sam are driving to Algonquin Point his tie is missing. However, when they get to the point and are surveying the area mentioned in the letter his tie mysteriously reappears around his neck. See more
Mayor Sam Booth
Friends. Neighbors. My heart swells with pride as I stand before you on this special day to once again celebrate the long and glorious past of this great town of ours.
Indian Love Call
Written by Rudolf Friml
, Herbert Stothart
, Otto A. Harbach
and Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by Emmaless Frisbie See more