Daniel Boone

Season 3 Episode 11

Requiem for Craw Green

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Dec 01, 1966 on NBC
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Requiem for Craw Green
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Seeking answers in the mysterious death of his half-breed friend, Craw Green, Mingo cuts his locks and disguises himself as a white man in order to travel to a settlement called Logan's Fort. Logan's Fort is run by a vicious bigot named Roark Logan who has been driving away or killing all the Native Americans in the area in order to acquire their property. Mingo eventually discovers that Logan holds an ironic secret of his own.moreless

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  • Ed Ames' finest moment

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    Many Daniel Boone fans consider Requeim for Craw Green to be their favorite episode of the series. Series co-star Ed Ames considered it to be his finest hour on the show. If you're a Fess Parker fan you might lower things somewhat because he only appears in the opening scenes but if you're a fan of Ames then this episode is the bomb.



    The storyline concerns Ames' character, Oxford educated half-breed Cherokee Mingo, disguising himself as a white man and traveling to a settlement to investigate the mysterious death of an old friend (the Craw Green from the title). The settlement is controlled by a vicious bigot played superbly by Jeffrey Hunter who would die a mysterious death not too long after this episode aired. As you can probably guess Hunter is responsible for the death of Mingo's old friend but there's an ironic and shocking twist in the climactic scene.



    Great episode of a fine series that's not as well remembered today as it should be.moreless
Bruno Vesota

Bruno Vesota

Reuben

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John Alver

John Alver

Kanati Green

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Frank Hagney

Frank Hagney

Settler

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Darby Hinton

Darby Hinton

Israel Boone

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