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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 10 - Dream of Empire
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Colonel Mackenzie's troops are ordered to prevent renegades from filtering across the border into Mexico and, as a result, Dubov's supply wagons are being attacked in areas that they formerly patrolled. Mackenzie suspects that the wagons are carrying rifles intended to arm a counterrevolutionary force to retake Mexico by France and he sets a trap hoping to capture the guns and disperse the nascent military force before they can organize. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
Views: 9698 Hazel Zamora
Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 18 - Terror in Chuma Valley
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - While pursuing marauders on the Mexican side of the Rio Grande, Col. Mackenzie is severely wounded in an ambush. He manages to escape back to the homesteads dotting Texas' Chuma Valley, where the ranchers hide him from the outlaws seeking to finish him off. Mackenzie recovers sufficiently to lead the Texans in an inspired counterattack against the brigands. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
Views: 9147 Hazel Zamora
Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 20 - Violent Sanctuary
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Colonel Mackenzie is ordered to rescue a young mother from a bandit's haven in Mexico so she can testify before a committee of the U.S. Senate. Pretending to be a bandit, Mackenzie crosses the Rio Grande. Once there, he convinces the woman to return to the United States by the simple expedient of telling her that her son is living at Fort Clark, but first they must elude the bandit's cutthroats. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
Views: 7436 Hazel Zamora
Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 01 - Mackenzie's Raiders
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Colonel Mackenzie, the commander of the 4th Cavalry Regiment at Fort Clark, Texas in 1873, receives secret order from President U.S. Grant to stop Mexican bandits from crossing the Rio Grande River into the U.S. or from returning to Mexico. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
Views: 51139 Hazel Zamora
Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 02 - The Long Day
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Mackenzie's plan to capture a renegade Apache chief backfires when an outlaw gang attacks unexpectedly. The two men must set aside their differences to fight their common enemy. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
Views: 20689 Hazel Zamora
Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 07 - Hostage
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Jed Pierce, an infamous outlaw, is sentenced to be hung. Pierce's brother, Ben, kidnaps an important Mexican emissary on his way to Washington on a secret mission and sends word to Mackenzie that unless his brother is released, the diplomat will be killed. Believing that Ben will kill the diplomat and whoever escorts Jed to the prisoner exchange site, Mackenzie plans to turn the tables on the outlaws. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
Views: 9359 Hazel Zamora
Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 21 - The Scalp Hunters
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - When a murderous band of Apaches kill a rancher's son, the bitter old man hires a gang of gunmen to exact revenge. Unable to find the marauders, the "posse" attack, kill and scalp a band of peaceful Commanches threatening an all-out Indian war. Colonel Mackenzie and his men must capture the murderers before the Commanches go on the warpath. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
Views: 7620 Hazel Zamora
Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 22 - Son of the Hawk
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Troopers are being murdered by a court-martial-ed ex-soldier and his gang with a psychotic vendetta against Mackenzie and the army. Known as "The Hawk", he seeks to kidnap his son from his former wife, so the family is taken to the fort, but the boy actually worships his father and his crimes. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 32 - Desertion
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Colin Grimes deserts the 4th Cavalry and steals a supply of Army rifles for an Apache renegade. With Col. Mackenzie in pursuit, Grimes and the Apaches lay a trap for him across the border. Col. Mackenzie fights his way into trouble - and out again - to get his man. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 04 - Indian Agent
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - A crooked Indian agent encourages young Indian braves to attack white settlers. Colonel Mackenzie suspects his treachery, but needs to find proof before he can take action. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 12 - Broken Treaty
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Colonel Mackenzie tries to negotiate a peace treaty with the notorious Comanche chief, Quanah Parker, while the agreement he negotiated early with Chief Running Bear falls apart when his son is shot while hunting a mountain lion. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 03 - Death by the Numbers
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Outlaws gain possession of a Gatling gun and mow down one cavalry patrol after another. Short on ammunition, Colonel Mackenzie must use his brains and his cavalrymen's guts to outwit the criminals. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 30 - Drought
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - During the worst drought in memory grips Southwest Texas, ranchers and farmers desperately search for water to keep their animals from dying and their crops from withering. As the only man with a waterhole that hasn't dried up, Edward Beaudine is in a position to demand almost anything he wants from his neighbors. Not satisfied with charging exorbitant rates, Beaudined is determined to use his new-found power to create an empire by buying up all the abandoned ranches in the region. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 31 - Uprising
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - After learning of Crazy Horse and the Sioux's victory over General George Armstrong Custer's 7th Cavalry Regiment, Comanche war chief Black Hawk decides to attack the 4th Cavalry and kill its hated commander, Colonel Mackenzie. Rather than chase the renegades with his small force, Mackenzie decides to lure the Comanches into a trap using an empty Fort Clark as bait. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 24 - The Poisoners
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - When a rancher imports a herd of short-horn cattle onto the Texas range near Fort Clark, his neighbor, a cattle baron who runs only longhorns tries to drive him out - first by persuasion, then by running off his stock, then poisoning his waterholes and finally by murdering his men. Mackenzie sets a trap for the crooked rancher by pretending to be an Eastern reporter who is in possession of incriminating photographs.. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 19 - Raid on Rodrigo
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - When a former American general attempts to overthrow the Mexican government, Colonel Mackenzie is ordered to strike deep into Mexico, capture the traitor and return home without engaging the Mexican army. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 17 - Thunder Stick
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Col. Mackenzie and his troopers hope to reduce conflict between white and Indians by supporting an Indian Department program to teach a band of Comanches to become farmers. A bigoted rancher who wants the land for himself tries to drive the Indians off their land by using dynamite. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 09 - Pistol Whipped
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - While pursuing a gang of outlaws, Colonel Mackenzie enters a remote farmhouse and finds a woman bludgeoned to death and Andy Wheeler barely conscious from what he claims as a pistol whipping. Wheeler explains that the outlaws who attacked him and the dead woman fled when Mackenzie's men appeared, but the Colonel doubts Wheeler's story and plots to expose him and trap the rest of his gang in the process. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 33 - Deadlock
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - A trio of unusual events "sets fire" to the border near Fort Clark: a Texas bandit steals a shipment of Winchester rifles slated for Fort Clark, Mexican Col. Cortales captures Col. Mackenzie, then the Texan kidnaps Cortales' pretty young daughter. Col. Mackenzie, putting a shrewd three-way plan into operation, fights for his freedom. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 05 - Deadly Mirror
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - In order to trap a band of outlaws who have been raiding ammunition wagons being sent to the Mexican army, Colonel Mackenzie uses a heliograph, a signaling device that uses mirrors, to coordinate his troops ambush on the marauders. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 25 - The Lost Raider
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - When a bandit strikes across the border to rob American stagecoaches, Colonel Mackenzie crosses into Mexico in hot pursuit. His attack is not without casualties and the Colonel accidentally leaves one his men behind. Mackenzie must find the trooper before the U.S. Cavalry's unsanctioned raid is discovered by the Mexican authorities. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 34 - The Lucinda Cabot Affair
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - The success of a perilous mission being carried out across the border by the 4th Cavalry hinges on a secret password. But headstrong Lucinda Cabot learns the password, decides to use the knowledge in an unusual blackmail attempt against Col. Mackenzie The terms: she will reveal the password and thus jeopardize both the mission and the very existence of the raiders - unless the Colonel agrees to marry her! Col. Mackenzie takes an extreme risk to answer the threat. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 13 - The Imposter
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Colonel Mackenzie goes undercover to infiltrate an outlaw gang and finds himself attacking his own supply wagons. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 26 - The Fast Gun
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - By murder and intimidation, a crooked lawyer and his hired guns plan to take over Brackettville, the nearest town to Fort Clark and Colonel Mackenzie's Fourth Cavalry Regiment, insisting that the troopers remain outside the town's limits. The lawyer hopes to lure Mackenzie into gunfight with one of his gunslingers, but the Colonel counters by forcing a showdown on his own terms. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 06 - Attack
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - After an extensive campaign, Colonel Mackenzie and his men manage to capture the leader of a ruthless outlaw band. Their victory is short-lived, however, because the bandit quickly escapes from the guardhouse taking the daughter of a visiting general as captive with him. Mackenzie must cross the Mexican border, sneak into the outlaws' camp, rescue the hostage and return to Fort Clark before the general realizes that his daughter has been taken captive. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 28 - The Court Martial of Trooper Davis
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - The fate of Mackenzie's Raiders hangs in the balance when one of their members is captured south of the Rio Grande while attempting to rescue his injured brother. The trooper is court-martialed and if he saves his neck by testifying he was under orders to cross into Mexican territory, it would mean the end of Colonel Mackenzie's career and the start of a war between the U.S. and Mexico. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 27 - Mutiny
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Three of Mackenzie's troopers disappear while on patrol. When Mackenzie refuses an offer from a cattle rustler to trade the men's loves for safe passage across the Rio Grande with their stolen beef, his men mutiny, not realizing that the cavalrymen have already been slain and outlaws are wearing their uniforms pretending to be hostages. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 14 - Apache Boy
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Colonel Mackenzie discovers that the son of an Apache chief he has captured is actually a white boy taken from his family long ago. The youngster's aunt and uncle agree to take the child as there own, but Mackenzie soon realizes the "brave" would be much happier with his adoptive Indian parents and schemes to return the boy to the tribe. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 23 - The Pen and the Sword
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - A headline-hungry newspaper reporter from Washington travels to Fort Clark intent on pillorying the U.S. Army's attempts to bring peace to Southwest Texas just as Colonel Mackenzie is about to lead his men on another raid into Mexican territory. When the reporter follows him he's captured by the gang of outlaws and Mackenzie is forced to lead his men in a desperate rescue attempt. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 11 - Cholera
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - A cholera epidemic strikes western Texas and half the regiment stationed at Fort Clark are suffering from the disease, including the post doctor who dies while treating the troopers. A desperate plea for medical supplies is answered, but the wagon is ambushed and the morphine stolen. Although Colonel Mackenzie has contracted the cholera himself, he insists on leading the patrol to locate and recapture the desperately needed medicine. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 29 - Joe Ironhat
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Joe Topanga returns to Fort Clark as the first member of his tribe to receive a formal education. Upon his return, he suffers prejudice from the white and ridicule from his fellow tribesman. Duped by a former friend into joining his band of renegade Indians, Joe accidentally takes part in a robbery and is falsely accused of murder. Colonel Mackenzie attempts to clear Joe's name and bring the real killer to justice. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 38 - Death Road
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Plans for a national road through Texas threatens the outlaw career of a local rancher, who thrives on helpless citizens in the undeveloped frontier. When the rancher and his renegade band attack the surveying party, Col. Mackenzie, with no concrete evidence, tries bringing the rancher to justice. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 37 - Ambush
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Renegade Sam Bates leads marauders in sneak attacks against Texas rangers, then poses as a friendly scout to gain Col. Mackenzie's confidence. Bates tells Mackenzie he can lead him to the renegade hideout - in reality an ambush set up to trap the cavalrymen. Col. Mackenzie employs all his tactical skill to lead a whirlwind counter attack. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 35 - Captured in Mexico
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Fugitive war criminal Kenneth Jackman captures two of Mackenzie's raiders and holds them prisoner in his Mexican hideout. One of the prisoners escapes and makes his way back to Fort Clark, prompting Col. Mackenzie to ride south in search of both Jackman and the still-imprisoned trooper. Jackman's scouts spot the search party and spring to the attack. Col. Mackenzie leads a hell-for-leather charge into the renegade hideout. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 36 - Long Ride Home
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - Colonel Mackenzie and his men capture three outlaws after a desperate gunfight that wounds have the troopers. In order to return to Fort Davis, they must ride across 150 miles of drought-scorched territory while the remaining bandits wait for an opportunity to pounce, rescue their men and wipe out the small patrol. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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Mackenzie's Raiders Full Episodes 16 - Murder Is the Bid
 
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Mackenzie's Raiders Tv Series - A gambler and his conniving wife dream of creating the biggest ranch in the Southwest. Their tactics are just a bit illegal - they murder ranchers then buy their land at auction at rock bottom prices by scaring off other prospective bidders. The ranchers near Twin Forks appeal to Mackenzie for assistance. About Mackenzie's Raiders: Set at Fort Clark, Texas in the year 1873, this was the story US 4th Cavalry officer Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie (Richard Carlson) who formed a band of raiders to battle bandits and outlaws who attacked settlements along the Rio Grande river between Mexico and the US. Mackenzie organized his raiders under a secret communiqué from President US Grant who wanted to "Bring law and order back to Texas" and "Make the border region "a fit place for Americans to live!" Soldiers interacting with Colonel Mackenzie included: Richard Carlson as Col. Ranald S. Mackenzie George Gilbreth as Lieutenant Tom Paxon Craig Duncan as Sergeant Banfield Riley Hill as Sergeant Fife Dennis Moore as Sergeant Teal B Charles Boaz as Corporal Dixon Rand Brooks as Corporal Brown Doug McClure as Corporal Adam Davis Jim Bridges as Private Lewis Michael Vandever as Young Trooper Morris Ankrum as Raider Kenneth Alton as Raider Louis Jean Heydt as Raider Brett King as Raider Art Gilmore as Narrator Here is a list of some of Colonel Mackenzie's engagements with hostile forces along the Mexican Border: Col. Mackenzie captures Indian Chief Monitu, but when armed gunslingers attack, Mackenzie and Monitu join forces to save each others lives. Col. Mackenzie attack marauders who have been killing Cavalry convoys with Gatling gun fire. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plan of a crooked Indian agent who encourages Indian braves on the reservation to rob and terrorize the region. Col. Mackenzie uses signaling mirrors to communicate across the distance to defeat bandits ambushing ammunition convoys going to the Mexican government. Col. Mackenzie's rescues a general's daughter who was taken hostage by a bandit who escaped from Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie's capture of an infamous outlaw motivates the man's brother to take a Mexican official hostage to exchange for his brother. Col. Mackenzie is captured by a Mexican forces when discovered illegally crossing International borders between American and Mexico. Although caught, he never reveals his activities were directed by the US president. Col Mackenzie holds back Texans who want to invade Mexico during the unrest after the fall of Maximillian. Col. Mackenzie thwarts the plans of gunmen who steal medical supplies needed to cure Cholera. Col. Mackenzie inadvertently offends sacred tribal law when he comes to the aid of an Indian left to die in the desert. Col. Mackenzie infiltrates a band of renegades posing as soldiers who are raiding army supply wagons and killing settlers near Fort Clark in Texas.. Col. Mackenzie surreptitiously returns a white boy raised as an Apache back to the Indian lifestyle that he prefers. Col. Mackenzie thwarts a plan of outlaws to take over a ranch the is now on Mexican soil due to a Hurricane changing the course of the river. Col. Mackenzie comes to the rescue of a town where a land grabber is killing off ranchers and buying up auctioned properties at rock bottom prices. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a disgruntled rancher who resents a plan to teach Indians how to farm on land he wanted. Col. Mackenzie is ordered into Mexico to capture a former general who wants to overthrow Mexico and attack the US. Col. Mackenzie must stop a revenge motivated scalping party put together by a grieving rancher whose son was killed by renegade Apaches. Col. Mackenzie is confronted with a revenge scheme from a man whom Mackenzie had court-martialed years ago. Col. Mackenzie must rescue a captured news reporter who threatens to reveal Mackenzie's secret Presidential mandate. Col. Mackenzie uses photographic evidence to uncover a murderer and stop a potential range war brewing over the preference of long-horned verses short-horned cattle. Col. Mackenzie enters Mexico to capture outlaws using their headquarters as a staging ground to attack Texas stagecoaches. Col. Mackenzie must bring down a gunman and lawyer who are taking control of Brackettville, the town next to Fort Clark. Col. Mackenzie uses dynamite to return water horded by a rancher who wants to create his own empire. Col. Mackenzie is attacked by Comanche's encouraged by the defeat of Custer at Little Big Horn. Col. Mackenzie must protect a survey party planning a national road through Texas by a rancher and his renegade supporters. Col. Mackenzie tracks down a renegade ex-Army Major responsible for an Indian massacre who is on a killing spree.
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