A politically incorrect TV show in the 60's is even more so today about US soldiers and American Indians in the wild west. It ran from September 14, 1965 to April 6, 1967. The first season was 34 episodes in black and white and 31 episodes in color in the second season.
Relive the memories here! Makes a great gift!
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