Season 4

7.0

1954

Duration  :  

30m

26 Episodes

Cast : James Brown, Lee Aaker, Tommy Farrell, Syd Saylor, Joe Sawyer, Les Tremayne, Rand Brooks


Genres: Western, Family


Production Companies : 


TAGS: 43,40,42,41,44


Episodes
Episode 1 : Return to Fort Apache
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Episode 2 : The Courtship of Marshal Higgins
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Episode 3 : Rusty's Reward
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Episode 4 : A Look of Eagles
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Episode 5 : The Last Navajo
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Episode 6 : Mother O'Hara's Marriage
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Episode 7 : Hostage of War Bonnet
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Episode 8 : Rodeo Clown
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Episode 9 : Rusty's Strategy
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Episode 10 : Frontier Angel
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Episode 11 : The Hunted
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Episode 12 : White Chief
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Episode 13 : Boundary Busters
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Episode 14 : Rin Tin Tin and the River Chase
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Episode 15 : Top Gun
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Episode 16 : Tomahawk Tubbs
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Episode 17 : The New C.O.
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Episode 18 : Pritikin's Predicament
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Episode 19 : Rusty's Remedy
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Episode 20 : Spanish Gold
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Episode 21 : Bitter Bounty
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Episode 22 : Sorrowful Joe's Policy
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Episode 23 : Border Incident
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Episode 24 : Wind-Wagon McClanahan
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Episode 25 : Rin Tin Tin and the Secret Weapon
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Episode 26 : Brave Bow
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