F Troop

Season 1 Episode 29

Indian Fever

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Apr 05, 1966 on ABC
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Everybody thinks Agarn is crazy when he is the only one to keep seeing an Indian in the fort.

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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

Victor Jory

Victor Jory

Chief Mean Buffalo

Guest Star

Lou Wills

Lou Wills

Beware of Dog

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James Hampton

James Hampton

Trooper Hannibal Dobbs

Recurring Role

Bob Steele

Bob Steele

Trooper Duffy

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Joe Brooks

Joe Brooks

Trooper Vanderbilt

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  • QUOTES (12)

    • Crazy Cat: Chief look, smoke signal.
      Agarn: What does it say?
      Wild Eagle: Crazy Cat, give me my reading glasses.
      O'Rourke: It's from your Apache friend, Chief Mean Buffalo.
      Agarn: Well, what does it say?
      Wild Eagle: It say "greetings. Your tribe has been selected to serve in the all indian army. Will contact you later. Sincerely, Chief Mean Buffalo. PS, soldier dogs must die."

    • Agarn: Indian! Indian!
      Wild Eagle: Where? Where? What am I saying? Everybody here Indian.

    • Crazy Cat: Friends, Hekawis, countrymen, we are gathered here today to say good-bye to Chief Wild Eagle who has gone to last big pow wow in sky. He was good chief, wise chief, with heart as big as his mouth.
      Wild Eagle: Again you try to bury me?
      Crazy Cat: Chief Wild Eagle. Just practicing speech I wrote for when we wrap your skin in buffalo hide, put it on your favorite pony, and send him to...
      Wild Eagle: Never mind the funeral arrangements.
      Crazy Cat: Must be prepared chief. You could go any minute.
      Wild Eagle: Thats why you practice funeral speech?
      Crazy Cat: Have to practice. Would you want me to say burial speech for great chief off top of head?
      Wild Eagle: You keep practicing speech and you get tomahawk off top of head.

    • Beware Of Dog: How far fort from here?
      Wild Eagle: Only stone's throw.
      Chief Mean Buffalo: How far is stone's throw?
      Wild Eagle: How far can you throw a stone?

    • Chief Mean Buffalo: My tribe not afraid. We fight to last Apache.
      Wild Eagle: Hekawi feel same way. Be glad to fight to last Apache.

    • O'Rourke: Yeah, we're lucky to have an ally like Wild Eagle -- honorable, friendly, peace-loving...
      Agarn: And chicken.

    • Wild Eagle: Don't let name "Wild Eagle" fool you. Had it changed from "Yellow Chicken."

    • Agarn: Where'd you hear that?
      Wild Eagle: A little bird told me.
      O'Rourke: What are you talking about, "a little bird?"
      Wild Eagle: My friend, Tiny Sparrow, live across the river.

    • Agarn: He didn't even look like a Hekawi.
      Wild Eagle: What he look like?
      Agarn: Well, he's got a strong, muscular body, a tough-looking face, war paint on his cheeks, a red band around his head, and a tomahawk and a scalp hanging from his belt.
      Wild Eagle: That's what I call an Indian!

    • Crazy Cat: Sergeant O'Rourke always doing nice things for corporal. Why you not do nice things for me?
      Wild Eagle: Only nice thing I can do for you is drop dead and that's out!

    • Capt. Parmenter: If a soldier is stationed for any length of time in this territory, one of the things he may suffer from is Indian Fever.
      Agarn: Oh, sir, I've got it. I know it. Here, Sarge, feel that. I'm burning up, right?
      O'Rourke: Your head is as cold as ice!
      Agarn: You see that? Rigor mortis has set in.
      Capt. Parmenter: What I'm trying to tell you is that when a soldier has Indian Fever, he imagines he sees Indians.
      Agarn: But, sir. When I had the German Measles, I didn't see any Germans!

    • Agarn: I still say I've been seeing an Indian through that window.
      O'Rourke: And why would an Indian be looking through that window?
      Agarn: How do I know? Maybe he's a peeping tomahawk.

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