F Troop

Season 1 Episode 4

Corporal Agarn's Farewell to the Troops

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Oct 05, 1965 on ABC
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Hypochondriac Agarn believes he's dying after he overhears a dire diagnosis for O'Rourke's horse and thinks they're talking about him.

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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

    Forrest Lewis

    Forrest Lewis

    Doc Emmett

    Guest Star

    Vic Tayback

    Vic Tayback

    Bill Colton

    Guest Star

    Robert G. Anderson

    Robert G. Anderson

    Bob Colton

    Guest Star

    James Hampton

    James Hampton

    Corporal Hannibal Dobbs

    Recurring Role

    Joe Brooks

    Joe Brooks

    Trooper Vanderbilt

    Recurring Role

    Don Diamond

    Don Diamond

    Crazy Cat

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Agarn: (thinking about his death) Then you get the parade, the muffled drums and 21 gun salute. What makes you think you'd get 21 guns? That's for a president. 18. Nah, that's a general. What does a corporal get? A three gun salute. Maybe.

      • Roaring Chicken: (describing medicine to Agarn) Kiss of evening breeze blended with pollen of lovely flower and essence of fine herbs, crossed with mystic spices of the Hekawis. Very secret.
        Agarn: Yeah, but what is it?
        Roaring Chicken: Marinated corn cob. Take pinch every three hours with glass water.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Medicine man Roaring Chicken's medicine dance has a single, repeated lyric, "kemo sabe." This was what native American Tonto always called the Lone Ranger in the radio and TV shows (and movie).

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