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Rusty befriends Grey Fox, a Navajo who refuses to leave his peoples tribal ground.


Robert G. Walker


John O'Dea


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Episode credited cast:
Lee Aaker ... Cpl. Rusty
James Brown ... Lt. Rip Masters (as Jim L. Brown)
Joe Sawyer ... Sgt. Biff O'Hara
Rand Brooks ... Cpl. Boone
Race Gentry ... Grey Fox
Robert Lowery ... Colonel Stone
Robert Warwick ... Big Bear
Hal Hopper Hal Hopper ... Cpl. Clarke
Robert Griffin ... Tom
Bill Hale Bill Hale ... Matt
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rin Tin Tin II ... Rin Tin Tin


Rusty befriends Grey Fox, a Navajo who refuses to leave his peoples tribal ground.

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Release Date:

18 October 1957 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The Vanishing Navajo
Written by Wayne Shanklin
Arrangement and Choral Work by Hal Hopper
Performed by James Brown
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I don't recall this particular episode, but ...
15 September 2006 | by EthVegSee all my reviews

... the series as a whole was wonder-ful.

I'm writing to inform everyone that despite IMDb's not noting the fact the first two seasons are available, colorized, on DVD in French (although the episodes differ some from the USA's: mostly there are missing episodes which causes some of early season 2 (USA) to be in the French season 1, and French season 2 extends into USA season 4 (I think - maybe 5.)

Anyway, it's a region 2 DVD and despite the info given on some French sellers' sites, there is NOT an English audio track. But I suspect that if I understood French I would enjoy watching these DVDs.

I would VERY much like to see an English version available soon with the ORIGINAL soundtrack - I have been trying to find a copy of Lt. Masters (James Brown) singing "The Whie Buffalo" as he did on the show. (The MGM 45 version of the song, also by Brown, differs GREATLY from the song on the TV show.

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