Seriously injured Matt faces a moral dilemma when Blue Horse saves his life and prevents the escape of a prisoner. The Marshal knows that Blue Horse is being sought by the Cavalry as a ...
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Seriously injured Matt faces a moral dilemma when Blue Horse saves his life and prevents the escape of a prisoner. The Marshal knows that Blue Horse is being sought by the Cavalry as a fugitive from a reservation, and he is well aware that he is duty-bound to assist their search in any way possible.Written by
Blue Horse was a real American Indian. He was an Oglala Lakota, who lived from 1822-July 16, 1908. He had a twin brother named Big Mouth. Blue Horse was one of the first Oglala Lakota United States Army Indian Scouts and one of the signers of the Treaty of Fort Laramie in 1868. He was also know for rescuing whites in distress and who needed help. He wrote a letter to President Grant that was published in a newspaper. He also joined Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. See more »
In the opening scene, a jet contrail can be seen in the sky behind Dillon, Chester, and the outlaw. See more »
Lol i think it's so funny (and cool!) that when a reviewer talks poop about the episode, almost no one finds their comments "to be useful"! HAA! WE LOVE GUNSMOKE! Don't F with our show! ... Well actually i have nothing useful to say either. Since i'm already here though ... check this out! i've never seen this episode before! In 54 years! Very exciting! i was missing a GEM! Usually i have respect for Dillon as a marshal, this story made me also appreciate the man. That's all. Great episode. Great dialogue (love the funny banter btw Matt and Doc!) Great characters. And just imho but really GREAT ENDING!
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