Lost TV Western Classics: Brave Eagle - Volume 2

A brave Cheyenne chief fights to protect his tribe from hostile outsiders in four more episodes of this rare Western TV series, the first to feature an American Indian as its lead character.
Lost TV Western Classics: Brave Eagle - Volume 2
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DVD-R Details

  • Run Time: 1 hours, 40 minutes
  • Video: Black & White
  • Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
  • Released: May 17, 2016
  • Originally Released: 1955
  • Label: Alpha Video

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A courageous Cheyenne warrior protects his tribe from hostile invaders in this long-lost Western series! Brave Eagle made history as the first TV program to feature an American Indian as the lead character. In addition, stories focused on the plight of Native Americans, a rarity on television at the time. Though star Keith Larsen was in fact of Norwegian descent, both the actors playing his girlfriend Morning Star (Kim Winona) and adopted son Keena (Anthony Numkena, using the stage name Keena Nomkeena) were of Indian heritage. Providing comic relief is Bert Wheeler, of the popular 1930s comedy duo Wheeler & Woolsey, as an absent-minded Indian wise man. Made by Roy Rogers Productions, the series was shot at the cowboy legend's 130-acre ranch in Chatsworth, California. Despite only lasting one season, Brave Eagle spawned a merchandising blitz including storybooks, lunch boxes and a comic series from Dell Publishing.

SEARCH FOR THE SUN: Keena discovers that disgruntled members of the tribe are planning an uprising.

THE TREACHERY OF AT-TA-TU: Brave Eagle's nemesis kidnaps a colonist's son in hopes of starting a war.

VALLEY OF DECISION: A settler claims the tribe's sacred valley as his own.

WITCH BEAR: The ghostly apparition of a bear is sighted by members of the tribe, foretelling doom for Brave Eagle.

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  • Sales Rank: 10,461
  • UPC: 089218779595
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