Laredo

Season 2 Episode 2

The Dance of the Laughing Death

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Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Sep 23, 1966 on NBC
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The Dance of the Laughing Death
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Chief Tohpay, whose land has been stolen by the white man, is on the warpath. With modern military training provided by former army specialist John Garth they have taken a fort and captured Winchester rifles and a Gattling gun. Garth has been promised the hand of Tohpay's beautiful daughter Lohray as a reward, although she is unwilling to marry Garth. Reese and Chad are sent to investigate a town controlled by a crooked sheriff and armed Indian guards while Joe and Erik search for Tohpay's camp. All four are captured but break loose. Erik discovers the secret of the stone fire-breathing idol Tohpay has been using to convince his people that the God's support him. Erik uses this to discredit Tohpay as the other rangers try to capture the Gattling gun.

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      • Parmalee to an Army sergeant who has commented that sending four rangers to catch Tohpay are odds of a million to one. "That's the best odds they've had all month. Maybe I should just send three."

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      • An interesting side story in this episode is Erik romancing Chad's girl Anita. Chad alerts her protective brothers and they surprise Erik in her upstairs room. Reese, Chad and Joe make bets as to which exit Erik will use. He surprises them all by using the roof. Later, Chad goes to visit Anita and Eric turns the tables by sending her brothers over. As the sounds of battle begin Reese and Joe are betting Chad will use the roof escape but Erik says no, he nailed that up before summoning her brothers.

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