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After accidentally leading a cavalry charge into victory, Private Wilton Parmenter becomes a hero and is given command of Fort Courage. Here, his group of cavalrymen bumble through fighting their enemies and working with the local Hekawi Indians to sell items to tourists.
I was a casual-fan of this show. Ken Berry and Larry Storch
are still around. My friend, in NYC, said he saw Larry, and he
is still active, and will be 92 in 2015! Read more
Good fun crazy show when I saw it back in the 60 & 70's. Now the joke is okayPublished 12 months ago by wayne m noda
We really enjoyed the F Troop cd. It brings you back to the comedy of TV when it was innocent and clean.Published 17 months ago by avid reader
We watched this show when we were kids. It brings back good memories. The shows make us laugh out loud.Published 18 months ago by SUZANNE
Just as I remember it as a kid, when I used to watch it in black and white. We had no color TV then.
This is the funny and zany series from the 1960's that had us all laughing our heads off: Indians in business, making deals with the cavalry, etc.Published on April 25, 2013 by Deb Butler