F Troop

Season 2 Episode 21

A Horse of Another Color

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Jan 26, 1967 on ABC
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A Horse of Another Color
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Wilton wants to capture a wild stallion to impress Wrangler Jane, but O'Rourke wants to sell it to the circus..

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Ken Berry

Ken Berry

Captain Wilton Parmenter

Larry Storch

Larry Storch

Corporal Randolph Agarn

Forrest Tucker

Forrest Tucker

Sergeant Morgan O'Rourke

Frank DeKova

Frank DeKova

Chief Wild Eagle

Melody Patterson

Melody Patterson

Wrangler Jane Angelica Thrift

Ben Frommer

Ben Frommer

Smokey Bear

Recurring Role

Ivan Bell

Ivan Bell

Trooper Duddleson

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James Hampton

James Hampton

Trooper Hannibal Dobbs

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  • QUOTES (3)

    • (Wild Eagle got wet because of Crazy Cat)
      Wild Eagle: Crazy Cat, how would you like punch in the nose?!
      Agarn: Don't worry chief. We'll just soap you up, rinse you off, and then you won't have to take your Saturday night bath.
      Wild Eagle: That not very funny Agarn!
      Crazy Cat: Why you angry chief? This first time you ever cleaner than your horse.
      (Wild Eagle gets Crazy Cat wet)
      Crazy Cat: Why you do that Chief?
      Wild Eagle: Tribe that bathes together, stays together.

    • Wild Eagle: You want Hekawis to go out to capture wild horse? Boy, did you come to wrong tribe.
      Crazy Cat: Our people don't like wild horses. To tell you truth, not wild about tame horses, either.

    • Agarn: Are you trying to say that I'm not as smart as an animal?
      O'Rourke: I didn't say that at all. You're as smart as a lot of animals. Cows, gophers, turkeys ... but not horses.

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    • The episode title is an idiomatic expression meaning something completely different. Its origin is obscure, but it is suspected to be associated with horse racing.

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