Daniel Boone aired from September 1964 until August 1970 on NBC.
Fess Parker, who gained fame portraying Davy Crockett for Walt Disney in the mid-1950's, became even more successful as another frontiersman, Daniel Boone, in the 1960's. Like Crockett, Daniel Boone was one of America's great folk heroes. He lived in the North Carolina-Tennessee-Kentucky area just before and during the Revolutionary war, and his exploits were legendary. The stories in this series revolved around Boone's encounters with Indians, both friendly and hostile, his survey work and pioneering expeditions, and his relationships with family and friends. The family included his wife Rebecca (Patricia Blair ), his daughter Jerima ( Veronica Cartwright), and his son Israel ( Darby Hinton). The friends were originally his traveling companion Yadkin ( Albert Salmi), his Indian friend Mingo ( Ed Ames), and Cincinnatus ( Dal McKennon), tavern-keeper of Boonesborough, Daniel's home base. Only Cincinnatus remained through the entire six year run of the show. Later added to the cast were young pioneer Jericho Jones ( Robert Logan), Gideon ( Don Pedro Colley), a Black Indian; Josh Clements ( Jimmy Dean ), a fur trapper; and Gabe Cooper ( Roosevelt Grier ), a runaway slave living with the Indians.
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