Buffalo Bill, Jr. (1955–1956)
Season
1
Episode
23

Apache Raid (27 Jul. 1955)

TV Episode   |    |  Western


After moving their cattle onto the Apache Indian reservation, Gorman accuses the Indians of cattle rustling. It's up to Buffalo Bill Jr. and his sis Calamity to prove the Indians' innocence.



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11 August 2015 | kfo9494
3
| Yikes, this episode needed a re-write
We all know that this series was written for the younger audience but this show takes the cake at the adventure into children's humor.

The story was not really that bad of a tale. It was about some cattle owners that was wanting Indian land to graze their herd. So what they did was try to make out like the Indians were rustling cattle in hopes of pushing the Indians off the grass rich land. But then for some reason, the writer wanted to inject some juvenile humor that made the entire production seem childish.

When the show has the main reason for a satisfying outcome left up to someone throwing marbles so that the bad guys cannot keep their footing, then you know the writing needs work. It was actually sad to see such a good story end in a near slap-stick escapade of goof-ball performances. It took so much from the episode. The ending made the entire show worthless.

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27 July 1955

Language

English

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