Death Valley Days

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Death Valley Days
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Early logo of Death Valley Days
GenreAnthology/Western
Presented by
StarringSee list
Narrated byMerle Haggard (1975 re-broadcasts)
Theme music composerHerbert Taylor
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons18
No. of episodes452
Production
Executive producers
Producers
Cinematography
Editors
  • Jack Wheeler
  • Anthony Wollner
Running time25 min.
Production companies
  • McGowan Productions
  • Flying A Productions
  • Filmaster Productions
  • Madison Productions
Release
Original networkSyndication
Picture format4:3 35mm black and white/colour
Audio formatMono
Original releaseMarch 1, 1952 (1952-03-01) –
April 24, 1970 (1970-04-24)

Death Valley Days is an American old-time radio and television anthology series featuring true accounts of the American Old West, particularly the Death Valley country of southeastern California. Created in 1930 by Ruth Woodman, the program was broadcast on radio until 1945. From 1952 to 1970, it became a syndicated television series, with reruns (updated with new narrations) continuing through August 1, 1975. The radio and television versions combined to make the show "one of the longest-running Western programs in broadcast history."[1]

The series was sponsored by the Pacific Coast Borax Company (20 Mule Team Borax, Boraxo) and hosted by Stanley Andrews ("The Old Ranger") (1952–1964), Ronald Reagan (1964–1965), Rosemary DeCamp (1965), Robert Taylor (1966–1969), and Dale Robertson (1969–1970). With the death of Dale Robertson in 2013, all former Death Valley Days hosts are now deceased. Hosting the series was Reagan's final work as an actor; he left the series to run in 1966 for Governor of California.

The television series was conceived by Pacific Coast Borax Company's advertising agency McCann-Erickson through company executive Dorothy McCann and Mitchell J. Hamilburg, who represented Gene Autry's Flying A Productions.[2]

Hosts[edit]

Stanley Andrews as "The Old Ranger", first host of Death Valley Days

Each of the 452 television episodes was introduced by a host. The longest-running was "The Old Ranger," a character played by veteran actor Stanley Andrews for 296 episodes.

Following the departure of Andrews, all subsequent hosts appeared under their own names. The first was Ronald Reagan, the former host of CBS's General Electric Theater and future governor and U.S. president from 1981 to 1989. Reagan acted in twenty-one episodes of Death Valley Days, including the 1965 segment "A City Is Born." In that one, he played mining developer Charles Poston, the "Father of Arizona". In 1965, Rosemary DeCamp subbed for Ronald Reagan as host on Death Valley Days. FCC rules of the time compelled the removal of Reagan's scenes when the show was telecast in California, where he was running for governor.

Then the Death Valley Days hosting position went to Reagan's friend and fellow Hollywood actor, Robert Taylor. Like Reagan, Taylor appeared as a character in some of the shows, including "The Day All Marriages Were Cancelled" (1966), also based on the career of Charles Poston. He portrayed Horace Bell in another 1967 episode, "Major Horace Bell."[3] That same year in the episode "Shanghai Kelly's Birthday Party," Taylor played James Kelly of San Francisco.[4] After playing Porter Stockton in another 1967 episode "Halo for a Badman",[5] he would portray Texas John Slaughter, a role most associated with Tom Tryon, in the 1968 Death Valley Days episode "A Short Cut through Tombstone."[6]

Taylor became gravely ill in 1969, and after 69 episodes was succeeded by Dale Robertson, former star of two other western series, Tales of Wells Fargo and Iron Horse. Robertson would serve as host and occasional actor for 23 episodes until production of new episodes ceased in 1970. In 1975, the show briefly returned in reruns, with singer Merle Haggard providing narration for some previously made episodes.

Production[edit]

Parts of the series were filmed in Kanab, Utah.[7] Most episodes, though, were filmed in Los Angeles, California.

As the series continued on the air, episodes began to focus on nearly any portion of the American West, not just the Death Valley country. Most episodes portrayed events in the late 19th century, the heyday of the "Old West". Some, however, were set in much earlier times, especially the Spanish colonial era, and a few recounted stories from the early 20th century.

While the series followed the anthology format, with all new stories and characters in each episode, the series would utilize many character actors over its 18-year run; some of whom (such as Don Haggerty, John Pickard, Gregg Barton, Michael Vallon, James Seay, Guy Wilkerson and Roy Engel) would reappear over the entire run of the series.

For its first two years, the series was produced by Autry's Flying A Productions; then from 1954 to 1959, it was handled by McGowan Productions, also known for the Sky King series.[8] Filmaster Productions Inc., which produced the first several seasons of Gunsmoke for CBS Television, took over production of the series after 1959. Madison Productions began to produce the series in 1965.[9]

Although Rio Tinto, successor-in-interest to the series' original sponsor, U.S. Borax, still has a financial stake in this show because copyrights are still held by the United States Borax and Chemical Corporation, the major rights are now held by Element 5 Media, LLC for the broadcast rights and home video rights.

Death Valley Days is by far the most successful syndicated television western series, the most successful television western ever in the half-hour format, and one of the longest-running and most successful of all scripted syndicated series. The end of the series in 1970, coupled with the end of Bonanza in 1973 and Gunsmoke in 1975, marked the demise of the traditional Western era in American television; by the mid-1970s, although western elements were still fairly common in modern series, such as Little House on the Prairie, pure western series were a thing of the past.

Borax[edit]

Under the Death Valley Days title, the program was sponsored by the Pacific Coast Borax Company, which during the program's run changed its name to U.S. Borax Company following a merger. Advertisements for the company's best-known products, 20 Mule Team Borax, a laundry additive, Borateem, a laundry detergent, and Boraxo, a powdered hand soap, were often done by the program's host. Death Valley was the scene of much of the company's borax mining operations. The "20-Mule Team Borax" consumer products division of U.S. Borax was eventually bought out by the Dial Corporation, which as of 2014, as a division of the German consumer products concern Henkel, still manufactures and markets them. Rio Tinto Group absorbed the U.S. Borax mining operations in 1968[10] and now owns the TV series.[11]

Restoration[edit]

Paul Korver's company Cinelicious in Hollywood was part of the restoration of the TV series Death Valley Days, restoring 458 half-hour film episodes. Cinelicious worked with U.S. Borax Film Archives and Rio Tinto Group in preserving the TV series. The 16mm, and 35 mm film of Death Valley Days was scanned at 4K resolution for film preservation on a Scanity starting in 2013.[12][13]

Broadcast[edit]

During the latter years of the series, some new episodes were still being made while older episodes were already in syndication. In some markets, new episodes could even be running in competition with older ones. To make it easier for viewers to distinguish between old and new, some blocks of syndicated Death Valley Days episodes were shown under other series names and with different hosts. This was common practice at the time among syndicated series because it was easy to reshoot the hosting portions of an episode without affecting the main content. Alternate series titles and their respective hosts included Frontier Adventure (Dale Robertson), The Pioneers (Will Rogers, Jr.), Trails West (Ray Milland), Western Star Theater (Rory Calhoun), and Call of the West (John Payne). The last title was also often applied to the series' memorable, haunting theme music.

Rebroadcasts[edit]

Some episodes of the series were re-run with different sponsorship under the title The Pioneers.[14]

The restored TV series is currently broadcast on GRIT in the United States, with 2-4 episodes regularly airing on weekday afternoons and Saturday mornings.[15] Two episodes of Death Valley Days are shown weekdays beginning at 6:35 p.m. Eastern on the Encore Westerns Channel.

Home media[edit]

Shout! Factory (on behalf of Element 5 Media LLC and Rio Tinto), has released the first two seasons on DVD in Region 1.[16][17] Both seasons were released as Walmart exclusives. The third season was released on March 21, 2017[18] The thirteenth season was released on July 31, 2017, as a Walmart exclusive. Then, on Tuesday, October 3, 2017, the title "went wide" with a general retail release.[19] The fourteenth season was released on January 2, 2018.[20]

DVD Name Ep # Release Date
The Complete First Season 18 March 29, 2016
The Complete Second Season 18 July 12, 2016
The Complete Third Season 18 March 21, 2017
The Complete Thirteenth Season 26 October 3, 2017
The Complete Fourteenth Season 26 January 2, 2018

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient Result
1955 Emmy Award Best Western or Adventure Series Death Valley Days Nominated
1961 Western Heritage Awards Best Factual Television Program Ruth Woodman and Nat Perrin (For episode "The Great Lounsberry Scoop") Won

See also[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Summary[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally airedBlack & White / Color
First airedLast aired
1181952 (1952)1953 (1953)Black & White
2181953 (1953)1954 (1954)Black & White
3181954 (1954)1955 (1955)Black & White
4211955 (1955)1956 (1956)Black & White
5171956 (1956)1957 (1957)Black & White
6251957 (1957)1958 (1958)Black & White
7331958 (1958)1959 (1959)Black & White
8381959 (1959)1960 (1960)Black & White
9301960 (1960)1961 (1961)Black & White
10261961 (1961)1962 (1962)Black & White
11261962 (1962)1963 (1963)23 B&W, 3 Color
12261963 (1963)1964 (1964)16 B&W, 10 Color
13261964 (1964)1965 (1965)Color
14261965 (1965)1966 (1966)Color
15261966 (1966)1967 (1967)Color
16261967 (1967)1968 (1968)Color
17261968 (1968)1969 (1969)Color
18261969 (1969)1970 (1970)Color
Total4521952 (1952)1970 (1970)283 B&W, 169 Color

Season 1 (1952-53)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
11"How Death Valley Got Its Name"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanOctober 1, 1952 (1952-10-01)
A number of wagons leave a wagon train they came west with to head in a different direction than the others and head due west from Salt Lake City. They soon find themselves trapped in the hot arid desert with their supplies rapidly diminishing. Stars Brad Johnson, Phyllis Coates, Laton Reily Kirk Sr., John Parrish, Louise Lorimer, Guy Wilkerson and Bernard Szold.
22"She Burns Green"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanNovember 14, 1952 (1952-11-14)
Aaron and Rosie, after months of mining in the California desert are faced with failure at mining. Rosie is ready to return to her parents home when they unexpectadely find a mineral on a dry lake bed that will make them wealthy. Stars James Griffith, Donna Martell and Allan Nixon
33"The Death Valley Kid"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanDecember 10, 1952 (1952-12-10)
A bandit (Bruce Edwards) is robbing banks and businesses in a Sheriff's territory. Pressure mounts from the townsfolk on the sheriff (Richard Emory) to catch the bold bandit. Stars Ann McCrae, Walter McGrail, Jack Halliday, Bernard Szold and Jack Hardin.
44"The Lost Pegleg Mine"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanOctober 17, 1952 (1952-10-17)
55"The Little Bullfrog Nugget"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanOctober 15, 1952 (1952-10-15)
The only single woman in town (Gail Davis) is beleaguered byher suitors and their various ways to woo her. Stars Jimmy Lloyd, Emmett Lynn, Wade Crosby, James Seay and Hal Smith.
66"Self-Made Man"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanDecember 12, 1952 (1952-12-12)
A miner loses his arm from a gunshot wound. Spurred on by his wife (Doris Merrick), he becomes a successful lawyer. Stars William Henry, House Peters Jr., Hal K. Dawson, and Steve Conti.
77"The Chivaree"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanJanuary 7, 1953 (1953-01-07)
A butterfly collector comes to Death Valley. Stars Tyler MacDuff, Joyce Jameson, Harry Lauter, Roy Regnier, Eula Morgan and Martin Twain.
88"The Little Dressmaker of Bodie"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanNovember 12, 1952 (1952-11-12)
99"Cynthy's Dream Dress"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanMarch 3, 1953 (1953-03-03)
Cynthy (Virginia Lee( loves a prospector (Brad Johnson). With Helen Brown, Steve Conti, Diahann Carroll, Kenne Duncan, Lyle Talbot, Ralph Littlefield and Timothy Carey.
1010"The Rival Hash Houses"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanFebruary 3, 1953 (1953-02-03)
Two restaurants battle it out for the business of the miners. Stars Jane Frazee, Gordon Jones, Minerva Urecal, William Fawcett, Lyle Talbot and Rusty Wescoatt.
1111"The Lady with the Blue Silk Umbrella"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanJanuary 9, 1953 (1953-01-09)
Two American Army Officers travel to Washington to bring back the statehood documents for California. Stars Kathy Case, Rick Vallin, Ernestine Barrier, Howard Negley, Glase Lohman, Leonard Penn, Crane Whitley, Paul Power, Keith Richards, Reed Howes, Don Anderson and Joe Dante.
1212"Swamper Ike"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanFebruary 3, 1953 (1953-02-03)
An Indian (Jack Mahoney) looks for clues to his past while romancing a local white woman (Margaret Field). Stars Denver Pyle, Henry Rowland, Hank Patterson and Tex Terry.
1313"The Bell of San Gabriel"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanMarch 17, 1953 (1953-03-17)
The story of one of the bells and of the boy (Peter Votrian) who later became a padre at the mission. Stars Kathy Case, Gilbert Frye, George Lewis, Marta Mitrovich, David Leonard, Kirk Riley and Melodie McGowan.
1414"Claim Jumpin' Jennie"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanMarch 31, 1953 (1953-03-31)
A miner's daughter (Karen Sharpe) comes to visit, but her mother is not what she expected. Stars Irene Barton, Wallace Ford, Harry Harvey, Robert Cunningham, Charlie Stevens and Guy Wilkerson.
1515"The Bandits of Panamint"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanMarch 31, 1953 (1953-03-31)
Two robbers discover a rich lode of silver as they are running from the law. After selling the mine, they plan to pay back all they have stolen but are thwarted by their girlfriends. Stars Sheila Ryan, Rick Vallin, Gloria Winters, Glase Lohman, Howard Negley, George Sherwood, Greg Barton and Bob Woodward.
1616"Sego Lilies"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanApril 28, 1953 (1953-04-28)
1717"Little Oscar's Millions"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanApril 28, 1953 (1953-04-28)
A pair of miners buy a lot in the new town of Rawhide and sell it for a profit. Stars Percy Helton, Claire Carleton, John Frank, Helen Brown, George Norris, Beverly Cotterell, Ralph Sanford, Keith Richards, Byron Foulger and Wade Crosby.
1818"Land of the Free"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanMay 26, 1953 (1953-05-26)
Two slaves come to California to earn their freedom in the gold fields. Stars James Adamson, Felix Nelson, Gail Davis, Kirk Riley, Coulter Irwin, Edythe Elliott, Willa Curtis, Frank Richards, House Peters, Jr., and Jack O'Shea.

Season 2 (1953-54)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
191"The Diamond Babe"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanSeptember 29, 1953 (1953-09-29)
A dance hall woman (Ann Savage) is disliked by the ladies of the town until she takes care of the ill during an epidemic. Stars Charles Victor, Jill Jarman, Myra McKinney, Phil Rich, Joan Danton, Leonard Penn, Dorothy Adams, Hal Smith and Reed Howes.
202"Little Washington"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanOctober 1, 1953 (1953-10-01)
A young woman's (Sally Mansfield) family is uprooted when her father (John Eldridge) gets an appointment to a political position in Nevada. Stars Jim Davis, Glase Lohman and Kenne Duncan.
213"Solomon in All His Glory"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanOctober 27, 1953 (1953-10-27)
A town cleans up the town drunk (James Griffith) when his beautiful sister comes to town. Stars Phyllis Coates, Leonard Penn, Gloria Winters, Jimmy Hawkins, and Coulter Irwin.
224"Which Side of the Fence?"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanOctober 29, 1953 (1953-10-29)
A town on the border of California and Nevada must wait until a land survey is done to decide which state it belongs in. Stars Richard Emory, Lyn Thomas, Earle Hodgins, Hal K. Dawson, Keith Richards, James Seay and Ellye Marshall.
235"Whirlwind Courtship"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanNovember 21, 1953 (1953-11-21)
Two lawyers from the same town back east compete for the good clients and future spouses. Stars Michael Hathaway, Robert Lowery, Susan Cooke, George Pembroke, Nan Leslie, Jean Wright and Russell Hicks.
246"Dear Teacher"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanNovember 24, 1953 (1953-11-24)
The school kids revel in chasing teachers away, finally one comes that can control the out of control children. Stars Nancy Hale, Donna Corcoran, Michael Moore, Paul McGuire, Vivi Janiss and Geraldine Wall.
257"One in a Hundred"Stuart E. McGowanMilton Geiger (teleplay), Ruth WoodmanOctober 1, 1953 (1953-10-01)
268"Little Papeete"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanJanuary 2, 1954 (1954-01-02)
The town of Columbia, California gets a much needed fire engine. Stars Emily Heath, Richard Avonde, Regina Gleason, Hal Smith, Mark Bennett, and Kay Stewart.
279"Lotta Crabtree"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanJanuary 5, 1954 (1954-01-05)
The story of a little girl with a lot of talent who becomes the star of San Francisco. Stars Gloria Jean and Sharon Baird.
2810"Yaller"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanJanuary 30, 1954 (1954-01-30)
Stars George Eldredge.
2911"The Twelve Pound Nugget"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanJanuary 30, 1954 (1954-01-30)
3012"Jimmy Dayton's Treasure"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanFebruary 28, 1954 (1954-02-28)
Jimmy Dayton (Harry D. Cody) falls in love with a saloon girl (Barbara Knudson). Stars Harry Lauter and Pauline Moore.
3113"Snowshoe Thompson"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanFebruary 28, 1954 (1954-02-28)
The story of how the mail got through in the winter in California Stars Don Kennedy as Snowshoe Thompson, with Jane Hampton, Lee Van Cleef, Heenan Elliott and Frank Richards.
3214"Husband Pro-Tem"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanMarch 27, 1954 (1954-03-27)
The railroad wants to make a deal with the Indians for safe passage through their land. Stars Jack Mahoney, Lane Bradford, Gloria Marshall, Hank Patterson and Lillian Culver.
3315"The Kickapoo Run"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanApril 10, 1954 (1954-04-10)
Stars Fess Parker.
3416"Sixth Sense"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanMay 8, 1954 (1954-05-08)
A blind woman (Jeanne Cooper) finds a career and solves a stage robbery. Stars William Hudson, Edward Ingram, Betty Shewman, Gil Frye, and Terry Frost.
3517"The Rainbow Chaser"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanMay 15, 1954 (1954-05-15)
3618"Mr. Godiva"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanJune 17, 1954 (1954-06-17)

Season 3 (1954-55)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
371"The Saint's Portrait"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanSeptember 24, 1954 (1954-09-24)
382"11,000 Miners Can't Be Wrong"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanSeptember 25, 1954 (1954-09-25)
Stars Leonard Penn and William Boyett.
393"Halfway Girl"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanSeptember 24, 1954 (1954-09-24)
404"Black Bart"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanOctober 26, 1954 (1954-10-26)
Stars Don Beddoe.
415"The Light on the Mountain"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanNovember 12, 1954 (1954-11-12)
Stars Phyllis Coates and Angie Dickinson.
426"To Big Charlie from Little Charlie"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanDecember 6, 1954 (1954-12-06)
437"Sequoia"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanDecember 31, 1954 (1954-12-31)
Stars Angie Dickinson and Lane Bradford.
448"Lola Montez"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanJanuary 4, 1955 (1955-01-04)
459"The Big Team Rolls"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanJanuary 27, 1955 (1955-01-27)
4610"Death and Taxes"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanFebruary 3, 1955 (1955-02-03)
4711"Riggs and Riggs"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanFebruary 24, 1955 (1955-02-24)
4812"Million Dollar Wedding"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanMarch 1, 1955 (1955-03-01)
Stars James Best.
4913"Love 'Em and Leave 'Em"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanMarch 29, 1955 (1955-03-29)
5014"The Seventh Day"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanApril 21, 1955 (1955-04-21)
Stars Barbara Lang.
5115"The Mormon's Grindstone"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanApril 28, 1955 (1955-04-28)
Stars Clark Howat and Harry Lauter.
5216"Death Valley Scotty"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanApril 29, 1955 (1955-04-29)
Stars William Schallert.
5317"The Crystal Gazer"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanJune 4, 1955 (1955-06-04)
Stars Natalie Norwick and Morgan Jones.
5418"I Am Joaquin"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanJune 7, 1955 (1955-06-07)
Stars Jeanne Cooper.

Season 4 (1955-56)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
551"Reno"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars William Schallert.
562"The Valencia Cake"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
573"A Killing in Diamonds"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
584"The Homeliest Man in Nevada"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Paul Wexler.
595"Miracle of the Sea Gulls"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
606"Wildcat's First Piano"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Marjorie Bennett.
617"California's First Ice Man"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Rhodes Reason.
628"The Hangman Waits"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Percy Helton and James Seay.
639"Gold Is Where You Find It"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
6410"The Man Who'd Bet on Anything"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Mark Bennett and Helen Gilbert.
6511"The Baron of Arizona"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Britt Lomond.
6612"Nevada's Plymouth Rock"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Liam Sullivan.
6713"The Hoodoo Mine"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Tyler MacDuff and Linda Brent.
6814"Mr. Bigfoot"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Ann McCrea.
6915"Escape"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Beverly Tyler.
7016"Two Bits"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Bill Edwards.
7117"Bill Bottle's Birthday"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Sammee Tong.
7218"The Sinbuster"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Lyn Thomas.
7319"Pay Dirt"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
7420"The Longest Beard in the World"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Patricia Donahue.
7521"Emperor Norton"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA

Season 5 (1956-57)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
761"Faro Bill's Layout"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
772"The Bear Flag"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
783"Pat Garrett's Side of It"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
794"The Hidden Treasure of Cucamonga"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
805"Loggerheads"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
816"The Rose of Rhyolite"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
827"The Last Letter"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Clint Eastwood.
838"Year of Destiny"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
849"Mercer Girl"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
8510"California's Paul Revere"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
8611"The Trial of Red Haskell"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
8712"The Washington Elm"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
8813"The Rosebush of Tombstone"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
8914"The Luck of the Irish"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars William Boyett.
9015"Lady Engineer"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
9116"Train of Events"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
9217"The Man Who Was Never Licked"Stuart E. McGowanRuth Woodman & Jacqueline RhodesTBA

Season 6 (1957-58)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
931"California Gold Rush in Reverse"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Doug McClure.
942"Camel Train"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
953"California's First Schoolmarm"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Dorothy Granger.
964"Arsenic Springs"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
975"Fifty Years a Mystery"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
986"Fifteen Paces to Fame"Stuart E. McGowanJacqueline RhodesTBA
Stars Dorothy Granger.
997"The Calico Dog"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Warren Frost.
1008"Rough and Ready"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
1019"The Last Bad Man"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
10210"The Greatest Scout of All"Stuart E. McGowanJacqueline RhodesTBA
10311"Empire of Youth"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
10412"Wheel of Fortune"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Rickie Sorenson.
10513"Man on the Run"Stuart E. McGowanJacqueline RhodesTBA
Stars Leonard Penn.
10614"Birth of a Boom"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Roy Barcroft.
10715"Yankee Pirate"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Ken Clark and Pamela Duncan..
10816"Ten in Texas"Stuart E. McGowanJacqueline RhodesTBA
Stars Robert Fuller.
10917"Auto Intoxication"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Raymond Hatton.
11018"Two-Gun Nan"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Penny Edwards.
11119"Cockeyed Charlie Parkhurst"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
11220"The Great Amulet"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Booth Colman.
11321"The Telescope Eye"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Slim Pickens and Richard Beymer.
11422"The Mystery of Suicide Gulch"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
11523"The Big Rendezvous"Stuart E. McGowanJacqueline RhodesTBA
11624"The Girl Who Walked with a Giant"Stuart E. McGowanJacqueline RhodesTBA
Stars Stephen Chase.
11725"Jerkline Jitters"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA

Season 7 (1958-59)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
1181"Head of the House"Stuart E. McGowanStuart E. McGowan & Jacqueline RhodesTBA
Stars Roy Barcroft.
1192"The Capture"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Nancy Hale.
1203"Ship of No Return"Stuart E. McGowanStuart E. McGowan & Jacqueline RhodesTBA
1214"The Moving-Out of Minnie"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
1225"The Red Flannel Shirt"Stuart E. McGowanC. Ray Stahl & Walker A. TompkinsTBA
1236"Big Liz"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Hope Emerson and Percy Helton.
1247"Thorn of the Rose"Stuart E. McGowanJames BloodworthTBA
1258"The Jackass Mail"Stuart E. McGowanPauline TownsendTBA
1269"Perilous Cargo"Stuart E. McGowanDwight Newton & Harold ShumateTBA
12710"The Gambler and the Lady"Stuart E. McGowanTom SellerTBA
12811"Quong Kee"Stuart E. McGowanRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Victor Sen Yung.
12912"Old Gabe"George ArchainbaudJerry SackheimTBA
Stars Harry Shannon.
13013"The Gunsmith"Stuart E. McGowanBuckley AngellTBA
Stars Robert Fuller.
13114"A Piano Goes West"Paul LandresTurnley Walker (story) & Jerry SackheimTBA
Stars Britt Lomond.
13215"A Bullet for the Captain"George ArchainbaudVincent FotreTBA
13316"A Town Is Born"George ArchainbaudJan Leman & Ted ThomasTBA
13417"Sailor on a Horse"Paul LandresRobert L. JosephTBA
Stars Robert Dix and Roy Engel.
13518"Gold Lake"George ArchainbaudBudd Lesser & J.E. SelbyTBA
Stars Harry Lauter.
13619"Wheelbarrow Johnny"George ArchainbaudRuth WoodmanTBA
13720"Stagecoach Spy"George ArchainbaudGene LesserTBA
13821"Eruption at Volcano"Paul LandresMargaret Coffey & Tom CoffeyTBA
Stars Stephen Chase.
13922"Price of a Passport"George ArchainbaudRuth WoodmanTBA
The story of James Ohio Pattie (Donald Barton), the man who brought smallpox vaccination to Mexican-controlled California. With Rodolfo Hoyos Jr.
14023"Pioneer Circus"George ArchainbaudThomson Burtis & Maurice ZimmTBA
Stars Johnny Carpenter.
14124"The Invaders"Louis KingJess Carneol & Kay LenardTBA
Stars Anthony Caruso and Harry Fleer.
14225"The Blond King"Louis KingHarold ShumateTBA
Stars Lane Bradford and Glenn Strange.
14326"The Newspaper That Went to Jail"George BlairBuckley Angell & Budd LesserTBA
14427"Old Blue"George ArchainbaudMilton S. GelmanTBA
14528"Perilous Refuge"Stuart E. McGowanKarl Brown (story), Lee Berg & Les FarberTBA
14629"The Talking Wire"Stuart E. McGowanJohn Grey & C. Ray StahlTBA
Stars Morris Ankrum and James Beck.
14730"RX: Slow Death"Stuart E. McGowanGeorge Fass & Gertrude FassTBA
Stars Pamela Duncan.
14831"Half a Loaf"Reginald Le BorgMaurice Zimm, with Mortimer Braus & Budd Lesser (story)TBA
14932"Valley of Danger"Stuart E. McGowanVirginia M. CookeTBA
15033"Forty Steps to Glory"Stuart E. McGowanDorrell McGowan, Howard Smith & Coles TrapnellTBA
This is the final episode to be directed by original series director Stuart E. McGowan.

Season 8 (1959-60)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
1511"Olvera"Daniel DareArthur RoweTBA
Stars Cesar Romero.
1522"Gates-Ajar Morgan"Charles F. HaasEarl BaldwinTBA
1533"Sam Kee and Uncle Sam"Jesse HibbsBudd Lesser & Ruth WoodmanTBA
Stars Benson Fong and James Douglas.
1544"The Grand Duke"Bernard L. KowalskiJay Leman, Budd Lesser & Ted ThomasTBA
Stars John Lupton, Alexander Davion and Stafford Repp.
1555"Fair Exchange"James SheldonDorothy Schuyler & Ruth WoodmanTBA
Stars George Mitchell and Linda Watkins.
1566"The Scalpel and the Gun"Nat PerrinMax Lamb & Jerry SackheimTBA
Stars Lin McCarthy and John Clarke.
1577"Indian Emily"Edward LudlumJohn AlexanderTBA
Stars Jolene Brand, Burt Metcalfe & Meg Wyllie.
1588"Hang 'Em High"Murray GoldenPaul FranklinTBA
Stars Paul Birch and Arthur Space.
1599"Tribal Justice"John EnglishAlva Anderson, Bill Danch & Budd LesserTBA
Stars Robert Warwick and Olan Soule.
16010"The Little Trooper"Nat PerrinJohn AlexanderTBA
Stars Lew Gallo, John Pickard and William Schallert.
16111"Ten Feet of Nothing"Francis D. LyonBudd LesserTBA
Stars James Drury, Lew Gallo, Hank Patterson and John Pickard.
16212"Lady of the Press"Nat PerrinRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars James Franciscus, Mary Webster and James Hong.
16313"The Reluctant Gun"Nat PerrinMax Lamb, Budd Lesser & Pat Falken SmithTBA
Stars Ross Elliott, Maggie Pierce and Alan Reed Jr.
16414"His Brother's Keeper"Murray GoldenRuth Woodman & Sid HarrisTBA
Stars Harry Townes, Alan Baxter and Bill Erwin.
16515"The Devil's Due"Nat PerrinKarl BrownTBA
Stars Robert Knapp, June Dayton and Pamela Duncan.
16616"Money to Burn"Murray GoldenNorman JacobTBA
Stars Lloyd Corrigan and William Boyett.
16717"Dogs of the Mist"Nat PerrinRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars James Douglas.
16818"The Wedding Dress"Harold D. SchusterKarl BrownTBA
Stars Brad Johnson, J. Pat O'Malley and Mary Webster.
16919"Shadow on the Window"Murray GoldenBudd LesserTBA
17020"The Battle of Mokelumne Hill"Murray GoldenPeral CarrTBA
Stars H.M. Wynant.
17121"The Strangers"Murray GoldenRobert Dillon & Anthony LawrenceTBA
17222"Goodbye Five Hundred Pesos"Murray GoldenJohn AlexanderTBA
17323"Forbidden Wedding"Nat PerrinStuart E. McGowan & Ruth WoodmanTBA
Stars Ziva Rodann.
17424"One Man Tank"Nat PerrinNat TanchuckTBA
Stars Dabbs Greer.
17525"Man on the Road"Herman HoffmanHerman HoffmanTBA
Stars John Raitt.
17626"The Man Everyone Hated"John RawlinsBudd Lesser & Jay RosenburgTBA
Stars James Craig, Sonya Wilde, Ken Mayer, Ralph Moody and Linda Watkins.
17727"The General Who Disapproved"Nat PerrinRobert L. Joseph & Curtis KenyonTBA
Stars Howard Petrie.
17828"The Million Dollar Pants"Nat PerrinBudd LesserTBA
Stars Red Buttons as American businessman Levi Strauss. With Richard Carlyle and Lisa Gaye.
17929"Pirates of San Francisco"Nat PerrinDorrell McGowan, Stuart E. McGowan & Joe TiffenbachTBA
Stars H.M. Wynant and Charles H. Gray.
18030"A Woman's Rights"Murray GoldenCurtis KenyonTBA
Stars Bethel Leslie & Hope Summers
18131"Eagle in the Rocks"Nat PerrinOscar BrodneyTBA
Stars Ricardo Montalban, Lisa Gaye and Karl Swenson.
18232"Cap'n Pegleg"Bud TownsendRuth WoodmanTBA
18333"Emma is Coming"John RawlinsVirgil C. Gerlach & Jacqueline RhodesTBA
Stars Erin O'Brien and Alan Reed.
18434"Human Sacrifice"Murray GoldenDorothy Schuyler & Ruth WoodmanTBA
Stars Arlene Martel and Christopher Dark.
18535"Pete Kitchen's Wedding Night"Bud TownsendVirgil C. GerlachTBA
Stars Cameron Mitchell and BarBara Luna.
18636"Mission to the Mountains"Bud TownsendIrwin Winehouse & A. Sanford WolfTBA
Stars John Hoyt, Wayne Rogers and Harry Lauter.
18737"The Great Lounsberry Scoop"Nat PerrinRuth WoodmanTBA
The story of how the news of the Battle of the Little Bighorn broke to an unbelieving nation, courtesy of Colonel Clement Lounsberry of The Bismarck Tribune. Stars Ron Hayes and Walter Sande.
18838"Somewhere in the Vultures"Alan Crosland Jr.Budd LesserTBA
Stars Paul Richards, Kathleen Crowley and Frank Ferguson.

Season 9 (1960-61)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
1891"Pamela's Oxen"Harry HarrisFrank BonhamTBA
Stars Ida Lupino.
1902"Splinter Station"Jesse HibbsMildred CramTBA
Stars Jane Russell.
1913"Queen of the High-Graders"Jesse HibbsDon Moore & Arthur RoweTBA
Stars Virginia Christine, Lane Bradford and Will Wright.
1924"Devil's Bar"Richard WhorfLillian Rose & Jay RosenburgTBA
Stars Ron Hayes.
1935"Learnin' at Dirty Devil"Richard WhorfRobert L. JosephTBA
1946"Yankee Confederate"Boris SagalLillian Rose & Jay RosenburgTBA
Stars Tod Andrews, Elaine Devry and Gavin MacLeod.
1957"The Gentle Sword"Jesse HibbsVirgil C. GerlachTBA
Stars Lorna Thayer.
1968"Extra Guns"David Orrick McDearmonJohn AlexanderTBA
Stars Guy Madison.
1979"The White Healer"Bud TownsendRobert L. JosephTBA
Stars Lee Philips.
19810"The Wind at Your Back"James SheldonAnde LambTBA
Stars June Dayton and Steven Terrell.
19911"3-7-77"James SheldonRobert L. JosephTBA
Stars Joel Crothers.
20012"A Girl Named Virginia"Jesse HibbsKarl BrownTBA
Stars Patty McCormack and John Anderson.
20113"City of Widows"Jesse HibbsVirginia M. CookeTBA
20214"The Young Gun"James SheldonKarl BrownTBA
Stars Arthur Franz and King Calder.
20315"The Lady Was an M.D."Jesse HibbsKenneth A. EnochsTBA
Stars Yvonne de Carlo.
20416"The Salt War"Jesse HibbsA. Sanford Wolf & Irwin WinehouseTBA
Stars Harry Lauter and Norman Leavitt.
20517"The Madstone"TBATBATBA
Stars George Macready.
20618"Deadline at Austin"James SheldonRay BuffumTBA
Stars David Janssen.
20719"South of Horror Flats"Budd BoetticherJohn K. McCarthy & Jay RosenburgTBA
20820"Gamble with Death"James SheldonDorothy Schuyler & Ruth WoodmanTBA
Stars Dick Sargent.
20921"White Gold"Jesse HibbsRobert L. JosephTBA
21022"Dead Man's Tale"Tommy ThompsonRobert Presnell Jr.TBA
Stars Peter Hansen, John Milford and Russell Johnson.
21123"Who's Fer Divide?"William Dario FarallaRobert L. JosephTBA
Stars Peter Whitney, Dabbs Greer, George D. Wallace and Frank Wilcox.
21224"Dangerous Crossing"Bud TownsendRyerson Johnson & Budd LesserTBA
21325"Death Ride"Roger KayErnest PascalTBA
Stars Marion Ross.
21426"Loophole"Jesse HibbsPaul Franklin & Glenhall TaylorTBA
Stars Alexander Davion, Arthur Shields and Tom Monroe.
21527"The Red Petticoat"Bud TownsendLawrence Menkin & Allen ParrTBA
Stars H.M. Wynant and Hal Needham.
21628"The Stolen City"Robert B. SinclairRobert L. JosephTBA
Stars Darren McGavin.
21729"A General Without Cause"Bud TownsendBudd Lesser & Robert S. SamuelsTBA
Stars Jack Elam and Lisa Gaye.
21830"The Deserters"Robert B. SinclairLillian Rose & Jay RosenburgTBA
Stars Kenneth Tobey.

Season 10 (1961-62)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
2191"Treasure of Elk Creek Canyon"Tommy ThompsonJohn K. McCarthyTBA
Stars Alan Hale Jr., John Considine and George Eldredge.
2202"A Bullet for the D.A."Harold DanielsRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Carole Mathews and William Thourlby.
2213"Lieutenant Bungle"Jesse HibbsLillian Rose & Jay RosenburgTBA
Stars Rance Howard.
2224"Trial by Fear"William Dario FarallaDonald H. ClarkTBA
2235"Queen of Spades"Darren McGavinRobert SabaroffTBA
Stars L.Q. Jones and Doodles Weaver.
2246"Alias James Stuart"James GoldstoneJack BennettTBA
Stars Robert Culp.
2257"Storm Over Truckee"Bud TownsendPeggy WittTBA
Stars Jena Engstrom.
2268"The Hold-Up Proof Safe"Larry LansburghLillian RoseTBA
Stars John Ashley.
2279"The Watch"Tay GarnettJay RosenburgTBA
Stars Dorothy Malone.
22810"Miracle at Boot Hill"Bud TownsendBudd Lesser & Ruth WoodmanTBA
Stars John Carradine, Peter Hansen, Howard Caine and Penny Edwards.
22911"A Sponge Full of Vinegar"George CahanJohn K. McCarthy & Ruth WoodmanTBA
Stars Lloyd Corrigan, Paul Birch and Anne Barton.
23012"The Truth Teller"Bud TownsendRobert L. JosephTBA
Stars Ed Kemmer and Barney Phillips.
23113"Experiment in Fear"Nat PerrinJack LewisTBA
Stars Michael Pate.
23214"Feud at Dome Rock"Bud TownsendJack LewisTBA
Stars John Pickard and Hope Summers.
23315"Justice at Jackson Creek"George CahanSue Canter & Ruth WoodmanTBA
Stars Arthur Franz, William Schallert and Bill Bixby.
23416"Preacher with a Past"Bud TownsendCharles A. WallaceTBA
Stars Neville Brand.
23517"Abel Duncan's Dying Wish"Nat PerrinOliver CrawfordTBA
Stars Eduard Franz and Walter Sande.
23618"Way Station"George CahanLillian RoseTBA
Stars Dennis Day, William Phipps and Frank Wilcox.
23719"Miracle at Whiskey Gulch"Lawrence DobkinJohn Alexander & Terence MaplesTBA
Stars Fess Parker and George Kennedy.
23820"A Matter of Honor"James GoldstoneLillian RoseTBA
Stars Vic Morrow.
23921"The Breaking Point"Sidney SalkowWilliam Powell & Ruth WoodmanTBA
Stars DeForest Kelley and Grace Lee Whitney.
24022"Girl with a Gun"James GoldstoneBudd LesserTBA
Stars Anne Helm.
24123"Showdown at Kamaaina Flats"Sidney SalkowJack LewisTBA
Stars John Vivyan, Lane Bradford, Gregg Palmer and Terence de Marney.
24224"La Tules"Tay GarnettJacqueline Rhodes & Ruth WoodmanTBA
Stars Katy Jurado, Rodolfo Acosta and Rodolfo Hoyos Jr.
24325"The Unshakeable Man"Tay GarnettWilliam Read WoodfieldTBA
Stars Tony Martin.
24426"The Third Passenger"Jesse HibbsRuth WoodmanTBA

Season 11 (1962-63)[edit]

Season 11 has 3 episodes produced in color, episodes 7, 8 and 9.

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
2451"Hangtown Fry"Bud TownsendJohn K. Butler & Homer McCoyTBA
Stars Alberta Nelson, Robert Cornthwaite, Don Haggerty and Helen Kleeb.
2462"Fort Bowie: Urgent"Frank McDonaldJohn K. Butler & Homer McCoyTBA
Stars Ed Nelson and Dub Taylor.
2473"Suzie"Bud TownsendVirgil C. Gerlach & Terence MaplesTBA
Stars Jeffrey Hunter and Frank Ferguson.
2484"Pioneer Doctor"Sidney SalkowF. Paul HallTBA
Stars John Agar.
2495"The $275,000 Sack of Flour"Sidney SalkowBarry ShipmanTBA
Stars James Best, Booth Colman and William Schallert.
2506"The Last Shot"Nat PerrinLillian Rose & Frederick StephaniTBA
Stars Grace Lee Whitney and Johnny Seven.
2517"To Walk with Greatness"Sidney SalkowJohn AlexanderTBA
Stars Jody McCrea and Yvonne Craig.
2528"The Grass Man"Tay GarnettF. Paul Hall & Stephen LordTBA
Stars Keenan Wynn and Iron Eyes Cody.
2539"Davy's Friend"Tay GarnettVirgil C. GerlachTBA
Stars Tommy Rettig.
25410"Loss of Faith"Randell HendersonBarry ShipmanTBA
Stars Rhonda Fleming.
25511"Bloodline"Sidney SalkowJay RosenburgTBA
Stars Paul Richards and Abraham Sofaer.
25612"The Private Mint of Clark, Gruber and Company"Tay GarnettRichard SanvilleTBA
25713"The Hat That Wore the West"Sidney SalkowIrwin Winehouse & A. Sanford WolfTBA
Stars Alan Young as John B. Stetson. with Don Haggerty, Ann Robinson and Lee Van Cleef.
25814"The Vintage Years"Sidney SalkowTom Gries, Stephen Lord & Gary MunnTBA
Stars Ralph Bellamy and Merry Anders.
25915"Phantom Procession"Jesse HibbsBarry ShipmanTBA
Stars Miriam Colon.
26016"A Gun is Not a Gentleman"Tay GarnettRobert Hardy AndrewsTBA
Stars Carroll O'Connor, Phyllis Coates, Malachi Throne and Emory Parnell.
26117"Stubborn Mule Hill"Sidney SalkowJohn K. Butler & Homer McCoyTBA
Stars David McLean and Russell Johnson.
26218"The Lion of Idaho"Bernard McEveetyJay Rosenburg & Barry ShipmanTBA
Stars Steve Forrest and Audrey Dalton.
26319"The Train and Lucy Tutaine"Tay GarnettRichard Ashby & Stephen LordTBA
Stars Joan Blondell and Noah Beery Jr.
26420"Diamond Jim Brady"Bernard McEveetySeton I. MillerTBA
Stars Howard Keel and King Calder.
26521"Grotto of Death"Dick ModerStephen LordTBA
Stars Elisha Cook Jr.
26622"The Debt"Tay GarnettSid SaltzmanTBA
Stars Alejandro Rey and Alan Caillou.
26723"Shadow of Violence"Dick ModerRobert Hardy AndrewsTBA
Stars James Caan, Roy Thinnes and Hugh Sanders.
26824"Coffin for a Coward"Dick ModerStephen LordTBA
Stars DeForest Kelley.
26925"The Melancholy Gun"Dick ModerStephen LordTBA
Stars Ken Scott and Elizabeth MacRae.
27026"With Honesty and Integrity"Bud TownsendJohn AlexanderTBA
Stars Denver Pyle and Sandy Kenyon.

Season 12 (1963-64)[edit]

Season 12 has 10 episodes produced in color, episodes 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15 and 20.

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
2711"Thar She Blows"Tay GarnettStephen LordTBA
Stars George Gobel.
2722"Measure of a Man"Tay Garnettsteps to asdSloan NibleyTBA
Stars Rory Calhoun and Michael Pate.
2733"A Kingdom for a Horse"Tay GarnettZetta Castle & Francis RosenwaldTBA
Stars Gilbert Roland and Patricia Huston.
2744"Diamond Field Jack"Murray GoldenHarold E. NobleTBA
Stars Edward Binns and Joseph Ruskin.
2755"Deadly Decision"Sidney SalkowA. Sanford WolfTBA
Stars James Caan and R.G. Armstrong.
2766"The Man Who Died Twice"TBAOrville H. HamptonTBA
Stars Don Collier.
2777"The Holy Terror"Nat PerrinRuth WoodmanTBA
Stars Penny Singleton. This is the final episode written by show creator Ruth Woodman.
2788"The Peacemaker"Nat PerrinBerni GouldTBA
2799"Three Minutes to Eternity"Harmon JonesStephen LordTBA
Stars Forrest Tucker and Tom Skerritt.
28010"The Red Ghost of Eagle Creek"Tay GarnettPaul CrabtreeTBA
Stars Hampton Fancher and Paul Birch.
28111"Graydon's Charge"Tay GarnettStephen Lord & John AlexanderTBA
Stars Ken Curtis, Denver Pyle and Lyle Bettger.
28212"Little Cayuse"TBATBATBA
Stars Ken Murray and George Keymas.
28313"The Wooing of Perilous Pauline"Tay GarnettLillian RoseTBA
Stars Paula Raymond.
28414"Sixty-Seven Miles of Gold"Tay GarnettJoanna LeeTBA
Stars Jack Albertson and James Best.
28515"The Paper Dynasty"Christian NybyP.K. PalmerTBA
Stars James Hampton as William Randolph Hearst. With Robert Cornthwaite and James Lanphier.
28616"The Westside of Heaven"TBAStephen LordTBA
28717"Hastings Cut-Off"TBAStephen LordTBA
Stars Ellen Burstyn, Bill Erwin and Robert Ellenstein.
28818"The Law of the Round Tent"Harmon JonesRobert S. SamuelsTBA
Stars John Anderson, Dub Taylor and Walter Burke.
28919"The Bigger They Are"Harmon JonesFrederick Louis FoxTBA
Stars Dewey Martin, Gloria Talbott, James Seay and Strother Martin.
29020"The Last Stagecoach Robbery"Harmon JonesStephen LordTBA
Stars Anne Francis.
29121"A Book of Spanish Grammar"Harmon JonesSid SaltzmanTBA
Stars David McLean and Rodolfo Acosta.
29222"Trial at Belle's Springs"TBAStephen Lord & Jay RosenburgTBA
Stars Ken Scott as Virgil Earp. With Lynn Bari and Jennifer Billingsley.
29323"After the O.K. Corral"TBASloan NibleyTBA
Stars Jim Davis as Wyatt Earp, John Clarke as Virgil Earp and Jeff Morris as Morgan Earp. With William Tannen (who had previously starred, in another role, in The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp).
29424"The Quiet and the Fury"TBAStephen LordTBA
Stars Skip Homeier as Doc Holliday. With George Lindsey, Grace Lee Whitney, Dal McKennon and Paul Fix.
29525"See the Elephant and Hear the Owl"TBARobert Hardy AndrewsTBA
Stars Steve Forrest.
29626"The Streets of El Paso"Dick McDonoughPhyllis WhiteTBA
Stars Marshall Thompson and Patricia Huston. This is the final episode to be hosted by "The Old Ranger" (Stanley Andrews).

Season 13 (1964-65)[edit]

All episodes in color.

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
2971"Honor the Name Dennis Driscoll"Harmon JonesKenneth HigginsTBA
Stars Tom Skerritt, Don Haggerty and John Pickard. This is the first episode to be hosted by Ronald Reagan.
2982"The Lucky Cow"Murray GoldenCrandall BrownTBA
Stars Steve Brodie and Phyllis Coates.
2993"Big John and the Rainmaker"Harmon JonesHerman MillerTBA
3004"From the Earth, a Heritage"Harmon JonesStephen LordTBA
Stars Peter Whitney and John Alderson.
3015"The Other White Man"Murray GoldenMelvin LevyTBA
Stars James Edwards.
3026"The Hero of Fort Halleck"Tay GarnettWalt AndersonTBA
Stars James Best.
3037"The Left Hand is Damned"Harmon JonesHendrik VollaertsTBA
Stars Phyllis Coates.
3048"There Was Another Dalton Brother"Dick McDonoughPhyllis White & Robert WhiteTBA
Stars Strother Martin and Robert Easton.
3059"Tribute to the Dog"Harmon JonesLance HazzardTBA
Stars Ronald Reagan. Starting with this episode, it would become an occurrence for the host to also star in an episode.
30610"The $25,000 Wager"Harmon JonesJerry D. LewisTBA
Stars Diane Brewster and Hedley Mattingly.
30711"A Bargain is for Keeping"Harmon JonesStephen Lord & Lynn McMillenTBA
Stars Robert Colbert, Sue Randall and Karl Swenson.
30812"Peter the Hunter"Lee SholemHerman MillerTBA
Stars Peter Whitney and Julie Sommars.
30913"Paid in Full"Lee SholemJerry D. LewisTBA
Stars Michael Constantine.
31014"A Bell for Volcano"Lee SholemRobert White & Phyllis WhiteTBA
Stars Jay Novello.
31115"The Trouble with Taxes"Lee SholemJohn Starr NiendorffTBA
Stars Royal Dano.
31216"The Race at Cherry Creek"Harmon JonesDel CarnesTBA
31317"Death in the Desert"Tay GarnettHerman MillerTBA
Stars David McLean.
31418"Raid on the San Francisco Mint"Fred Jackman Jr.Jerry D. LewisTBA
Stars Ronald Reagan, Judson Pratt and Vaughn Taylor.
31519"Magic Locket"Tay GarnettJoanna LeeTBA
Stars June Lockhart, Kathy Garver and Irene Tedrow.
31620"The Battle of San Francisco Bay"Jack SheaRobert Hardy Andrews (based on an article by Jerry MacMullen)TBA
Stars Ronald Reagan.
31721"The Wild West's Biggest Train Holdup"Harmon JonesRobert Hardy AndrewsTBA
Stars Charles Bateman, Pat Priest and Roy Barcroft.
31822"No Gun Behind His Badge"Lee SholemRobert Hardy AndrewsTBA
Stars Ronald Reagan.
31923"Fighting Sky Pilot"Lee SholemRobert Leslie Bellem & Todhunter BallardTBA
Stars Skip Homeier and Carol Brewster.
32024"The Journey"Jack SheaSid SaltzmanTBA
Stars Wayne Rogers, Robert J. Wilke and Leonard Nimoy.
32125"Kate Melville and the Law"Harmon JonesHarold E. NobleTBA
Stars Gloria Talbott and Richard Anderson.
32226"Birthright"Lee SholemStephen LordTBA
Stars R.G. Armstrong.

Season 14 (1965-66)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
3231"Temporary Warden"Harmon JonesRobert Leslie Bellem & Todhunter BallardTBA
Stars Ronald Reagan and George Murdock.
3242"Captain Dick Mine"Hal CooperFrank Gruber & Louis A. GarfinkleTBA
Stars Lisa Gaye.
3253"The Lawless Have Laws"Tay GarnettRobert Hardy AndrewsTBA
Stars Ronald Reagan, Abraham Sofaer and Tim McIntire.
3264"The Great Turkey War"Hal CooperRobert Hardy AndrewsTBA
Stars Michael Constantine and Don Haggerty.
3275"The Rider"TBAKenneth HigginsTBA
3286"Traveling Trees"Tay GarnettSid SaltzmanTBA
Stars Royal Dano and Tim McIntire.
3297"No Place for a Lady"TBADorothy SchuylerTBA
Stars Linda Marsh as Susan Magoffin, the first woman to travel the Santa Fe trail. With Ronald Reagan.
3308"A City is Born"Harmon JonesRobert Leslie Bellem & Todhunter BallardTBA
Stars Ronald Reagan and James Seay.
3319"The Book"Harmon JonesShel LyttonTBA
Stars Tom Skerritt, George Takei and Tris Coffin.
33210"Mrs. Romney and the Outlaws"Hal CooperDel CarnesTBA
Stars Rosemary DeCamp and Willard Sage.
33311"Dry Water Sailors"Harmon JonesRobert Leslie Bellem & Todhunter BallardTBA
Stars Walter Brooke and Ann Elder.
33412"Devil's Gate"Hal CooperHarold E. NobleTBA
Stars Jim Davis as the wagon master Ezra Meeker. With Patricia Smith and DeForest Kelley.
33513"The Red Shawl"Harmon JonesClaire WhitakerTBA
Stars Mariette Hartley and Ken Scott.
33614"A Picture of a Lady"Harmon JonesGlenhall TaylorTBA
Stars Peter Whitney, Francine York and Paul Fix.
33715"Canary Harris vs. the Almighty"Hal CooperClaire WhitakerTBA
Stars Rosemary DeCamp, Peggy Rea and Robert Cornthwaite.
33816"The Fastest Nun in the West"Harmon JonesJerry D. LewisTBA
Stars Julie Sommars, Don Haggerty, Michael Constantine, Willard Sage and John Clarke.
33917"The Fight San Francisco Never Forgot"Bud TownsendRobert Hardy Andrews & Jerry D. LewisTBA
34018"The Courtship of Carrie Huntington"Harmon JonesHarold E. NobleTBA
Stars Sue Randall.
34119"The Water Bringer"Hal CooperRobert Hardy Andrews & Idwal JonesTBA
Stars Rory Calhoun.
34220"Crullers at Sundown!"Harmon JonesLouis A. GarfinkleTBA
Stars Peter Whitney and Ann Elder.
34321"Hugh Glass Meets the Bear"Harmon JonesDorothy SchuylerTBA
Stars John Alderson and Morgan Woodward.
34422"The Firebrand"Bob QuinlanDennis WhitcombTBA
34523"The Hat That Huldah Wore"Jack SheaStephen Lord & Louise CheneyTBA
Stars Anna-Lisa.
34624"The Four Dollar Law Suit"Hal CooperKenneth HigginsTBA
Stars Strother Martin, J. Pat O'Malley and Pamelyn Ferdin.
34725"An Organ for Brother Brigham"Harmon JonesClaire WhitakerTBA
Stars Hedley Mattingly and John Alderson.
34826"Lady of the Plains"Tay GarnettStephen LordTBA
Stars DeForest Kelley and Sherry Jackson. This is the final episode to be hosted by Ronald Reagan.

Season 15 (1966-67)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
3491"The Day All Marriages Were Cancelled"Hal CooperKenneth HigginsTBA
Stars Robert Taylor and Oscar Beregi Jr. This is the first episode to be hosted by Taylor.
3502"The Solid Gold Cavity"Jack SheaStewart CohnTBA
Stars Howard Caine and Paul Brinegar.
3513"The Resurrection of Deadwood Dick"Tay GarnettSloan NibleyTBA
Stars Tol Avery.
3524"Brute Angel"Denver PyleScott WhitakerTBA
Stars Robert J. Wilke and Jim Davis.
3535"Sense of Justice"Harmon JonesGil LaskyTBA
Stars Tom Skerritt and Tris Coffin.
3546"The Lady and the Sourdough"Harmon JonesStephen Lord & William KelleyTBA
Stars Paul Brinegar and Amzie Strickland.
3557"The Kid from Hell's Kitchen"Harmon JonesSidney EllisTBA
Stars Robert Blake as Billy the Kid. With John Alderson, Lane Bradford and James Seay.
3568"Samaritans, Mountain Style"Jean YarbroughHerbert PurdomTBA
3579"One Fast Injun"Hal CooperJerry PatchTBA
Stars Walter Burke, Dub Taylor and Vance Colvig Jr.
35810"The Jolly Roger and Wells Fargo"Denver PyleVirgil C. GerlachTBA
Stars Lloyd Bochner.
35911"The Hero of Apache Pass"Jean YarbroughDel CarnesTBA
Stars Charles Bateman and Michael Pate.
36012"The Gypsy"Tay GarnettDennis WhitcombTBA
Stars Lisa Gaye.
36113"A Calamity Called Jane"Jack SheaStephen LordTBA
Stars Fay Spain as Calamity Jane. With Rhodes Reason as Wild Bill Hickok.
36214"Doc Holiday's Gold Bars"Hal CooperLowell BarringtonTBA
Stars Warren Stevens as Doc Holliday. With Tol Avery and William Christopher.
36315"Silver Tombstone"Denver PyleStephen LordTBA
Stars Strother Martin and Jamie Farr.
36416"The Man Who Didn't Want Gold"Ralph LevyGene LesserTBA
Stars Hal Smith.
36517"Halo for a Badman"Denver PyleHarold E. NobleTBA
Stars Robert Taylor and Marion Ross.
36618"A Wrangler's Last Ride"Jack SheaVirgil C. GerlachTBA
Stars Robert Taylor.
36719"The Man Who Wouldn't Die"Ralph LevyScott WhitakerTBA
Stars Jan Clayton.
36820"The Saga of Dr. Davis"Harmon JonesSandy Spillman & Shirley SpillmanTBA
Stars Joby Baker.
36921"Major Horace Bell"Denver PyleSloan NibleyTBA
Stars Robert Taylor, Susan Hart and Robert Cornthwaite.
37022"The Day They Stole the Salamander"Hal CooperLillian RoseTBA
Stars Jim Davis and Patricia Huston.
37123"Siege at Amelia's Kitchen"Denver PyleClaire WhitakerTBA
Stars Jean Willes.
37224"Solid Foundation"Jean YarbroughPaul FranklinTBA
Stars Susan Seaforth Hayes and Gil Peterson.
37325"Along Came Mariana"Jack SheaJerry D. LewisTBA
Stars Julie Parrish.
37426"A Man Called Abraham"Denver PyleDel Rayburn & Louise RayburnTBA
Stars Yaphet Kotto.

Season 16 (1967-68)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
3751"Shanghai Kelly's Birthday Party"Jean YarbroughDennis WhitcombTBA
Stars Robert Taylor and Robert Pine.
3762"Chicken Bill"Jack HivelyWilliam Davis Jr.TBA
Stars Dub Taylor.
3773"Let My People Go"Denver PyleDennis WhitcombTBA
Stars Jay Novello and Valentin de Vargas.
3784"The Lone Grave"Harmon JonesClaire WhitakerTBA
Stars Robert Taylor and James Seay.
3795"The Girl Who Walked the West"Jean YarbroughAnn UdellTBA
Stars Victoria Vetri as Sacajawea. With Don Matheson & Richard Simmons (actor) as Lewis & Clark, and Victor French.
3806"The Informer Who Cried"Jean YarbroughScott WhitakerTBA
3817"Spring Rendezvous"Harmon JonesWilliam Davis Jr.TBA
Stars James MacArthur as Kit Carson. With Brioni Farrell.
3828"Lost Sheep in Trinidad"Harmon JonesRobert Hardy AndrewsTBA
Stars Mariette Hartley.
3839"The Saga of Sadie Orchard"Jack SheaRobert Hardy AndrewsTBA
Stars Patricia Huston and Tris Coffin.
38410"The Indiana Girl"Denver PyleJerry PatchTBA
Stars Sid Haig.
38511"Prince of the Oyster Pirates"Harmon JonesDennis WhitcombTBA
Stars Len Lesser.
38612"The Friend"Hal CooperShel LyttonTBA
Stars Robert Taylor, Jeff Morris and Rudy Vallée.
38713"The Great Diamond Mines"Denver PyleWilliam Davis Jr.TBA
Stars John Fiedler and Gavin MacLeod.
38814"Count Me In, Count Me Out"Jean YarbroughRick McClunTBA
Stars Jay Novello.
38915"Dress for a Desert Girl"Hal CooperAnn UdellTBA
Stars Mariette Hartley and Richard Beymer.
39016"Britta Goes Home"Jack SheaClaire WhitakerTBA
Stars Susanne Cramer.
39117"Bread on the Desert"Jack SheaRobert Hardy AndrewsTBA
Stars Paul Winfield and Sam Melville.
39218"Green is the Color of Gold"Jack HivelyStephen LordTBA
Stars Royal Dano, Lisa Gaye and Chubby Johnson.
39319"Out of the Valley of Death"Herbert KenwithRobert Hardy AndrewsTBA
Stars Jim Davis, Bing Russell and Harry Lauter.
39420"The Gold Mine on Main Street"Jack SheaKenneth HigginsTBA
Stars John Astin.
39521"A Friend Indeed"Jean YarbroughAnn UdellTBA
Stars Jim Davis, Bing Russell, Harry Lauter, reprising their roles from Out of the Valley of Death. With Foster Brooks.
39622"The Thirty-Caliber Town"Stephen LordStephen LordTBA
Stars John Ericson and Aron Kincaid.
39723"The Other Side of the Mountain"Jack HivelyDennis WhitcombTBA
39824"By the Book"Jean YarbroughWilliam Davis Jr. & Eileen HuntTBA
39925"The Pieces of the Puzzle"Jean YarbroughGlenhall TaylorTBA
Stars Robert Taylor and Russell Johnson.
40026"Tall Heart, Short Temper"Stephen LordStephen LordTBA
Stars Arch Johnson and Grace Lee Whitney.

Season 17 (1968-69)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
4011"The Secret of the Black Prince"Jack SheaGlenhall TaylorTBA
Stars J. Pat O'Malley and James Seay.
4022"The Leprechaun of Last Chance Gulch"Stephen LordRobert Hardy AndrewsTBA
Stars Walter Burke.
4033"Ton of Tin"Stephen LordStephen LordTBA
Stars David McLean and Aron Kincaid.
4044"The Sage Hen"Jack HivelyHerbert PurdomTBA
4055"The Other Cheek"Harry LandersScott WhitakerTBA
4066"A Mule... Like the Army's Mule"Jack HivelyGene LesserTBA
Stars Sam Melville.
4077"Lottie's Legacy"Jack HivelyWilliam KozlenkoTBA
Sgtars Lisa Gaye.
4088"Lady with a Past"Harmon JonesAnn UdellTBA
Stars Robert Taylor and Mariette Hartley.
4099"A Short Cut Through Tombstone"Jack HivelyHarold E. NobleTBA
Stars Robert Taylor and Brioni Farrell.
41010"Up the Chimney"TBATBATBA
Stars Jim Davis.
41111"The World's Greatest Swimming Horse"Harmon JonesKenneth A. EnochsTBA
Stars J. Pat O'Malley.
41212"Ten Day Millionaires"Jack HivelyHerbert PurdomTBA
Stars Tom Skerritt and Chubby Johnson.
41313"A Restless Man"Harmon JonesPhyllis White & Robert WhiteTBA
Stars William Smith.
41414"A Gift"Jack HivelyBerta PetersTBA
Stars Jeanne Cooper.
41515"Solomon's Glory"Harmon JonesWilliam Davis Jr.TBA
Stars John Beck.
41616"The Understanding"Jack HivelyLance HazzardTBA
Stars Valentin de Vargas, Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. and William Smith.
41717"Long Night at Fort Lonely"Jack HivelyClaire WhitakerTBA
Stars June Dayton. Robert Taylor appears in an uncredited role.
41818"Here Stands Bailey"William HoganHerbert PurdomTBA
Stars Paul Fix and Rosemary DeCamp.
41919"The Angel of Tombstone"Jack HivelyCharles Davis, Doug Wilson & Louise CheneyTBA
Stars Gregg Barton, Tris Coffin and Grace Lee Whitney.
42020"A Full House"Harmon JonesDennis WhitcombTBA
42121"How to Beat a Badman"Jack HivelyWilliam Davis Jr.TBA
42222"A Key for the Fort"Harmon JonesWilliam Davis Jr.TBA
Stars Lane Bradbury.
42323"Drop Out"Stephen LordStephen LordTBA
Stars Michael Margotta as Butch Cassidy.
42424"The Oldest Law"Jack HivelyJohn Starr NiendorffTBA
Stars Jim Davis.
42525"Lucia Darling and the Ostrich"Jack SheaHarold E. NobleTBA
Stars Tol Avery.
42626"Jimmy Dayton's Bonanza"Jack SheaCharles Davis & Doug WilsonTBA
Stars Paul Brinegar. This is the final episode to be hosted by Robert Taylor.

Season 18 (1969-70)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date
4271"The Taming of Trudy Bell"Jack HivelyUnknownOctober 2, 1969 (1969-10-02)
Starring Dale Robertson and Buck Taylor. This is the first episode to be hosted by Dale Robertson.
4282"Tracy's Triumph"Jean YarbroughNorman JacobOctober 4, 1969 (1969-10-04)
Starring Dale Robertson and Lisa Gaye.
4293"Old Stape"Jack HivelyHerbert PurdomOctober 4, 1969 (1969-10-04)
Stars Eddie Firestone and Don Haggerty.
4304"The Tenderfoot"Jean YarbroughBonnie SoulelesOctober 9, 1969 (1969-10-09)
Stars Dale Robertson, Mitch Vogel and Erin Moran.
4315"Biscuits and Billy, the Kid"Jean YarbroughWilliam CanningOctober 10, 1969 (1969-10-10)
Stars Ben Cooper and Valentin de Vargas.
4326"Son of Thunder"Stephen LordStephen Lord & Harold SchindlerOctober 26, 1969 (1969-10-26)
Stars Dale Robertson, Gregg Palmer and Bing Russell.
4337"The Lady Doctor"Stephen LordStephen LordOctober 27, 1969 (1969-10-27)
Stars Maura McGiveney.
4348"The Great Pinto Bean Gold Hunt"Jack HivelyWilliam Davis Jr. & Joan WadeNovember 16, 1969 (1969-11-16)
4359"The Visitor"Jack HivelyLance HazzardNovember 17, 1969 (1969-11-17)
Stars Eddie Little Sky.
43610"The King of Uvalde Road"Stephen LordStephen LordJanuary 1, 1970 (1970-01-01)
Stars Hal Baylor and Brenda Benet.
43711"The Mezcla Man"Jack HivelyHerbert PurdomJanuary 2, 1970 (1970-01-02)
Stars Jesse Pearson and Royal Dano.
43812"Pioneer Pluck"Jean YarbroughWilliam Davis Jr. & Ella DuncanJanuary 3, 1970 (1970-01-03)
Stars Karen Carlson, Roger Ewing and Irene Tedrow.
43913"A Simple Question of Justice"Jean YarbroughWilliam Davis Jr. & S.H. McGuireJanuary 12, 1970 (1970-01-12)
Stars Lane Bradford, Royal Dano and Veronica Cartwright.
44014"The Wizard of Aberdeen"Stephen LordStephen Lord & Vernon H. JonesJanuary 17, 1970 (1970-01-17)
Stars Conlan Carter as L. Frank Baum. With Jennifer Edwards and Beverlee McKinsey.
44115"The Dragon of Gold Hill"Jean YarbroughAnn UdellJanuary 24, 1970 (1970-01-24)
Stars Mark Jenkins, William Smith, Don Megowan and Soon-Tek Oh.
44216"The Biggest Little Post Office in the World"Jean YarbroughJim De FoeJanuary 24, 1970 (1970-01-24)
Stars Dale Robertson, Walter Brooke and Tol Avery.
44317"A Saint of Travelers"Jack HivelyVirginia BooksFebruary 14, 1970 (1970-02-14)
Stars Robert Ellenstein and Joaquín Martínez.
44418"Talk to Me, Charley"Jack HivelyHerbert Purdom & Shirley BibieldFebruary 15, 1970 (1970-02-15)
44519"Amos and the Black Bull"Jack HivelyBarbara Randall & Art ReevesFebruary 28, 1970 (1970-02-28)
Stars Sean McClory and Susan Brown.
44620"The Man Who Planted Gold in California"Jean YarbroughRobert Hardy AndrewsMarch 16, 1970 (1970-03-16)
Stars Anna-Lisa.
44721"The Solid Gold Pie"Jack HivelyHerbert PurdomApril 1, 1970 (1970-04-01)
Stars June Dayton and Ted Gehring.
44822"A Gift from Father Tapis"Jean YarbroughWilliam CanningApril 7, 1970 (1970-04-07)
Stars Ned Romero.
44923"Clum's Constabulary"Lamar CaselliWilliam Davis Jr., S.H. Barnett & Colin MacKenzieApril 9, 1970 (1970-04-09)
Stars Tris Coffin, John Considine and James Seay.
45024"The Contract"Jack HivelyWilliam CanningApril 18, 1970 (1970-04-18)
45125"The Duke of Tombstone"Jack HivelyWilliam Davis Jr. & Sloan NibleyApril 21, 1970 (1970-04-21)
45226"Early Candle Lighten"Jean YarbroughMary Terri TaylorApril 24, 1970 (1970-04-24)

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