DANIEL BOONE (1960)

Filmography

Volume One:        The Warrior’s Path
Volume Two:        And Chase the Buffalo
Volume Three:      The Wilderness Road
Volume Four:        The Promised Land

Featured in four parts on the ABC weekly TV series “Walt Disney Presents,” airing in order on 12/4/60, 12/11/60, 3/12/61, 3/19/61*

Studio:  Disney Productions
Director:  Lewis R. Foster
Producer:  Bill Anderson
Story and Teleplay:  David Victor (Volumes One and Two)
Teleplay:  Lewis R. Foster (Volumes Three and Four)
Music:  Oliver Wallace (Volumes One and Two)
           Buddy Baker (Volume Three)
           Frank J. Worth (Volume Four)
Songs:  David Victor and George Bruns (“Dan’l Boone,” “And Chase the Buffalo”)

Based on the book Daniel Boone by John Bakeless, 1939.

Each volume runs 48 minutes and is personally introduced by Walt Disney.

Color, not rated

Cast

Volume One:  The Warrior’s Path

Dewey Martin (Daniel Boone)
Mala Powers (Rebecca Boone)
Richard Banke (Chief Blackfish)
Kevin Corcoran (James Boone)
Volume Two:  And Chase the Buffalo
Dewey Martin (Daniel Boone)
Mala Powers (Rebecca Boone)
Richard Banke (Chief Blackfish)
Kevin Corcoran (James Boone)
Volume Three:  The Wilderness Road
Dewey Martin (Daniel Boone)
Mala Powers (Rebecca Boone)
Diane Jergens  (Maybelle Yancey)
William Herrin  (Bud Yancey)
Kevin Corcoran  (James Boone)
Volume Four:  The Promised Land
Dewey Martin (Daniel Boone)
Mala Powers (Rebecca Boone)
Diane Jergens (Maybelle Yancey)
William Herrin  (Bud Yancey)
Kevin Corcoran  (James Boone)
*The source for this information is Leonard Maltin’s The Disney Films: New, Updated Edition.  New York:  Crown Publishers, Inc, 1984.
 
 

Copyright (c) 2001 by Keat Murray, Graduate student at Lehigh University.

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