The High Chaparral (1967–1971)
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The Promised Land 

Duel conflicts. Victoria & Manolito are upset with their father's dishonest methods while a dying friend of Vaquero arrives with $5,000 to buy the village where he and Vaquero were raised but questions arise about the source of the money.

Director:

Joseph Pevney

Writer:

Ken Pettus

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Leif Erickson ... Big John Cannon
Cameron Mitchell ... Buck Cannon
Mark Slade ... Billy Blue Cannon
Henry Darrow ... Manolito Montoya
Linda Cristal ... Victoria Cannon
Frank Silvera ... Don Sebastian Montoya
Joe Maross ... Hank Munn
Bob Hoy ... Joe Butler
Roberto Contreras ... Pedro
Ted Markland ... Reno
Don Collier ... Sam Butler
Alex Montoya Alex Montoya ... Miguel Morales
Natividad Vacío Natividad Vacío ... Padre
Joaquín Martínez ... Innocente
Ref Sanchez Ref Sanchez ... Emilio
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Storyline

Buck and Sam find a man shot in the desert with a money belt containing $5,000. Before he dies, he tells Vaquero who grew up with him that the money is to buy their hometown village from Don Sebastian Montoya and that an Apache shot him. However, Buck realizes the bullet is from a revolver which Apaches don't carry. Blue accompanies Vaquero to the village to give them the money while Big John, Victoria, and Manolito visit the Don to buy cattle. Victoria becomes angry with her father for not dealing honestly with Big John as does Manolito. Meanwhile a man saying is an investigator for the stage line says he is hunting a gang that stole $5,000 from a stage and he wounded one of the men. Buck suspicious of the man takes him to the village. The villagers refuse to turnover the money and the Don tries to back out of his agreement for the village as well. The rest of the gang trailed Buck to the village and attack to take the money. The leader of the gang is captured and forced by Buck to ... Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Western

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Language:

English

Release Date:

25 October 1968 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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