*Famous Faces on "Cheyenne"TV Series (1st Season 1955-56)!

Clint Walker stars as Cheyenne Bodie, a 6' 7" feet of cowboy brawn, courage and integrity. This epic series of gunblazing action and panoramic prairie vistas ran for eight top-rated seasons and it it pit our laconic hero against crooked sheriffs, hostile Indians, outlaws, rustlers and trigger-happy hooligans. Bullets scream, wit and fists fly, but justice prevails. And, as the dust settles, riding off to new adventures is Cheyenne Bodie, looming large in the hearts of Western Fans....
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1.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 13
Star in the Dust (1 May 1956)
"Wes Garth" ” - gattonero975
 
2.
Edward Andrews
Actor, Gremlins
The son of a Georgia minister, Edward Andrews debuted on stage in 1926 at age 12 and by 1935 had landed on Broadway. A solid character actor, his large physique and amiable demeanor made him a natural for the jovial, grandfatherly type or genial, small-town businessman which he often played, but also served him well when cast against type as a sinister...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 3
The Argonauts (1 Nov. 1955)
"Duncan" (as Ed Andrews) ” - gattonero975
 
3.
Morris Ankrum
A graduate of the University of Southern California School of Law, Morris Ankrum was an attorney and an economics professor before switching careers and joining the theater. He was a veteran stage actor by the time he entered the film industry in the 1930s. His film career spanned from 1933 to 1965 in which played in 276 films and TV shows...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 6
The Travelers (3 Jan. 1956)
"Ed Roden, Sr."

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 13
Star in the Dust (1 May 1956)
"John Clements" ” - gattonero975
 
4.
Robert Armstrong
Actor, King Kong
Robert Armstrong is familiar to old-movie buffs for his case-hardened, rapid-fire delivery in such roles as fast-talking promoters, managers, FBI agents, street cops, detectives and other such characters in scores of films--over 160--many of them at Warner Brothers, where he was part of the so-called "Warner Brothers Stock Company" that consisted of such players as James Cagney...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 6
The Travelers (3 Jan. 1956)
"Marshall Len Merrick" ” - gattonero975
 
5.
Trevor Bardette
Wavy-haired, articulate, quietly-spoken Bardette was one of Hollywood's archetypal villains of westerns and cliffhanger serials. He initially aspired to become a mechanical engineer after graduating from Oregon State University in June 1925. However, by the late 1920's, he had changed his name from Terva Gaston Hubbard to Trevor Bardette and embarked on a brief...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 10
West of the River (10 Mar. 1956)
"Ed McKeever" ” - gattonero975
 
6.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 10
West of the River (10 Mar. 1956)
"Sgt. Baker"

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 15
The Last Train West (29 May 1956)
"Cliff O'Neill" ” - gattonero975
 
7.
Peggie Castle
Actress, Lawman
Tall, sultry, green-eyed blonde Peggie Castle was actually spotted by a talent scout while she was lunching in a Beverly Hills restaurant. In her films she was usually somebody's "woman" rather than a girlfriend, and her career was confined to mostly "B"-grade action pictures, dramas or westerns: Harem Girl...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 12
Fury at Rio Hondo (17 Apr. 1956)
"Mississippi" ” - gattonero975
 
8.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 7
Decision (24 Jan. 1956)
"Tatum Soldier with Michael Landon" (uncredited) ” - gattonero975
 
9.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 2
Julesburg (11 Oct. 1955)
"Tommy Scott" ” - gattonero975
 
10.
Lois Collier
Born Madelyn Earle Jones in South Carolina in 1922, this actress' childhood dream was to be a missionary in China, but a taste of acting in school plays soon changed her mind and she decided on a career on stage. Her mother was supportive of her decision and, while Madelyn was attending college in South Carolina...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 10
West of the River (10 Mar. 1956)
"Ruth McKeever" ” - gattonero975
 
11.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 1
Mountain Fortress (20 Sep. 1955)
Perado ” - gattonero975
 
12.
Steve Conte
Steve Conte was born on January 16, 1920, in Gagliato, Italy. He came to the US with his family in 1926. They sailed to New York, where he spent his teenage years. During WWII he served in the Army Air Corps, where he was based in Europe. Soon after the war he married and had two children, Shirley and Bruce...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 3
The Argonauts (1 Nov. 1955)
"Acuna" ” - gattonero975
 
13.
Richard Denning
Born in Poughkeepsie, New York, Louis Albert Denninger Jr. was the son of a garment manufacturer who relocated and set up shop in Los Angeles when Louis Jr. was 18 months old. After finishing school, Denninger enrolled at Woodbury Business College and majored in business and accounting, graduating cum laude with a master's in business administration...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 7
Decision (24 Jan. 1956)
"Capt. Quinlan" ” - gattonero975
 
14.
John Doucette
Actor, Lock Up
Stocky, balding American character actor with a rich, deep voice, equally adept at Western bad guys and Shakespeare. He began his career in films in minor roles, primarily as gangland henchmen, and progressed to become widely familiar as a figure in a variety of dramas and occasional comedies. Although a stalwart and reliable supporting player...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 1
Mountain Fortress (20 Sep. 1955)
"Sgt. Cap Daniels" ” - gattonero975
 
15.
Doris Dowling
After some Broadway musical stage work as a chorine, Detroit-born actress Doris Dowling followed her older sister Constance Dowling (who died relatively young in 1969) to Hollywood and made about an equal representation. Doris started off auspiciously with the role of the barfly and drinking companion to fellow alcoholic Ray Milland in the sobering classic film The Lost Weekend...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 5
The Outlander (13 Dec. 1955)
"Cora Culver" ” - gattonero975
 
16.
Penny Edwards
Actress, Missing Women
Vivacious blue-eyed blonde Penny Edwards was born in New York City in 1928 and displayed signs of musical talent as a youth. She began studying dance by age six and, as a teen, appeared on Broadway in "The Ziegfeld Follies of 1943". After a couple of other musicals and a stint with the St. Louis Municipal Opera...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 14
Johnny Bravo (15 May 1956)
"Molly Crowley" ” - gattonero975
 
17.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 2
Julesburg (11 Oct. 1955)
Williams (uncredited)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 9
Rendezvous at Red Rock (21 Feb. 1956)
"Roberts" ” - gattonero975
 
18.
Douglas Fowley
He was born in the Bronx, New York. As a young man, he moved to Los Angeles and studied at Los Angeles City College. He served in the Navy during World War II. Fowley played everything from cowboys to gangsters, appearing alongside stars like Clark Gable, Ava Gardner, Esther Williams, Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 9
Rendezvous at Red Rock (21 Feb. 1956)
"Pritchard" ” - gattonero975
 
19.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 11
Quicksand (3 Apr. 1956)
"Chief Yellow Knife" (as Norman Frederic) ” - gattonero975
 
20.
James Garner
Amiable and handsome James Garner had obtained success in both films and television, often playing variations of the charming anti-hero/con-man persona he first developed in Maverick, the offbeat western TV series that shot him to stardom in the late 1950s. James Garner was born James Scott Bumgarner in Norman...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 1
Mountain Fortress (20 Sep. 1955)
"Lt. Brad Forsythe"

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 7
Decision (24 Jan. 1956)
"Lt. Lee Rogers"

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 15
The Last Train West (29 May 1956)
"Rev. Bret" ” - gattonero975
 
21.
James Gleason
James Gleason was born in New York City to William Gleason and Mina Crolius, who were both in the theatre. He was married to Lucile Gleason (born Lucile Webster), and had a son, Russell Gleason. As a young man James fought in the Spanish-American War. After the war he joined the stock company at the Liberty Theater in Oakland...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 6
The Travelers (3 Jan. 1956)
"Pop Keith " ” - gattonero975
 
22.
Leo Gordon
Big, burly, character actor, one of the toughest of screen heavies, Leo Gordon's powerful physique, combined with his deep, menacing voice, was guaranteed to strike fear into the heart of even the bravest screen hero. Director Don Siegel, who used Gordon in his prison film Riot in Cell Block 11, once said that "Leo Gordon was the scariest man I have ever met"...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 5
The Outlander (13 Dec. 1955)
"George MacDonald" ” - gattonero975
 
23.
Dabbs Greer
Dabbs Greer was a very familiar face in films and especially on TV. He was a sort of "everyman" in his roles and played merchants, preachers, businessmen, and other "pillars of the community" types as well as assorted villains. With his plain looking face, wavy hair and mellow, distinctive voice he was a solid supporting actor...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 13
Star in the Dust (1 May 1956)
"Townsman" (uncredited) ” - gattonero975
 
24.
Stephanie Griffin
Stephanie Diane Griffin was born on March 15, 1934, in Valley City, Ohio, USA, population 250, the daughter of Noel and Alice Griffin. Stephanie and her younger sisters, Michaleine and Patricia, moved with their mother to West Hollywood from Santa Cruz in 1941. Stephanie graduated from Liverpool High School in West Hollywood...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 10
West of the River (10 Mar. 1956)
"Jenny McKeever" ” - gattonero975
 
25.
Myron Healey
American actor and occasional screenwriter. One of the most frequently seen heavies in films and television programs of the 1950s, his name is nevertheless well known only to buffs. Occasionally he played minor leads and sympathetic characters, but his stern good looks and rich deep voice made him a memorable villain, particularly in Westerns.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 4
Border Showdown (22 Nov. 1955)
"Carl Thompson" ” - gattonero975
 
26.
Dennis Hopper
Actor, Speed
With an amazing cinematic career of more than five decades, Dennis Hopper was a multi-talented and unconventional actor/director, regarded by many as one of the true "enfants terribles" of Hollywood. Hopper was born on May 17, 1936 in Dodge City, Kansas, to Marjorie Mae (Davis) and James Millard Hopper...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 11
Quicksand (3 Apr. 1956)
"Utah Kid" ” - gattonero975
 
27.
L.Q. Jones
Actor, Casino
Tall, sandy haired, mustachioed actor from Texas born Justus McQueen, who adopted the name of the character he portrayed in his first film, Battle Cry. Jones, with his craggy, gaunt looks, first appeared in minor character roles in plenty of WWII films including The Young Lions, The Naked and the Dead...
“ "Smitty Smith"

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 1
Mountain Fortress (20 Sep. 1955)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 2
Julesburg (11 Oct. 1955)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 4
Border Showdown (22 Nov. 1955) ” - gattonero975
 
28.
Nancy Kulp
Nancy Kulp wore many hats: Publicity person, actress, linguist, would-be politician and teacher. Originally from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Kulp attended college in Florida, then headed for Hollywood to work in publicity for the movies, not star in them. Soon after arriving in Hollywood, Kulp was convinced...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 14
Johnny Bravo (15 May 1956)
"Waitress" ” - gattonero975
 
29.
Michael Landon
Michael Landon was born Eugene Maurice Orowitz, on Saturday, October 31st, 1936, in Forest Hills, Queens, New York. In 1941, he and his family moved to Collingswood, New Jersey. When Eugene was in high school, he participated -- and did very well -- in track and field, especially javelin throwing, and his athletic skills earned him a scholarship to USC...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 7
Decision (24 Jan. 1956)
"Young Soldier" (uncredited) ” - gattonero975
 
30.
Barbara Lawrence
Actress, Oklahoma!
Her career may have only lasted a dozen years, and the number of films slightly more than twenty, but Barbara appeared in some interesting productions. As a young girl, she was a model. While completing her studies at UCLA, she co-starred in half a dozen movies for 20th Century Fox. She appeared in the critically acclaimed A Letter to Three Wives...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 15
The Last Train West (29 May 1956)
"Lola McQuilan" ” - gattonero975
 
31.
Barton MacLane
Barton MacLane graduated from Wesleyan University, where he displayed a notable aptitude for sports, in particular football and basketball. Not surprisingly, his physical prowess led to an early role in The Quarterback with Richard Dix. MacLane once commented that, as an actor, he needed to have the physical strength to tear the bad guys "from limb to limb"...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 8
The Storm Riders (7 Feb. 1956)
"Martin Storm" ” - gattonero975
 
32.
Adele Mara
Born Adelaide Delgado in 1925, Spanish-American Adele Mara was a singer/dancer with Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra in Detroit by the age of 15. Cugat took the beautiful, brown-eyed brunette to New York where she was spotted by a Columbia talent scout and signed in 1942. There she played brisk leading ladies in a series of standard...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 4
Border Showdown (22 Nov. 1955)
"Sarita"

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 13
Star in the Dust (1 May 1956)
"Claire Du Pas" ” - gattonero975
 
33.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 9
Rendezvous at Red Rock (21 Feb. 1956)
"Joan Grayson" ” - gattonero975
 
34.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 2
Julesburg (11 Oct. 1955)
Wagon Train Guard (uncredited) ” - gattonero975
 
35.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 13
Star in the Dust (1 May 1956)
"Mike" (uncredited)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 14
Johnny Bravo (15 May 1956)
"Ben Taggart" ” - gattonero975
 
36.
Gerald Mohr
Actor, Funny Girl
Bearing a strong resemblance to Humphrey Bogart certainly helped in typecasting the handsome Gerald Mohr into "B" film noir. Born in New York City in 1914, he was the son of Sigmond Mohr and Henrietta Noustadt, a Viennese singer. In 1920 his father was killed in a tragic accident while at work when Mohr was five years old...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 9
Rendezvous at Red Rock (21 Feb. 1956)
"Pat Keogh" ” - gattonero975
 
37.
Lisa Montell
Smoulderingly beautiful and a fetching, exotic-eyed vision on the American screen during the 1950s and early 1960s, dark-maned Lisa Montell impressed more, especially to male filmgoers, as a lovely diversion amidst all the rugged terrain and tropical South Sea hazards than as a formidable actress. Similar in beauty and allure to the stunning Debra Paget and France Nuyen...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 4
Border Showdown (22 Nov. 1955)
"Rosa" ” - gattonero975
 
38.
Ralph Moody
Ralph Moody was born on November 5, 1886 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA as Ralph Roy Moody, the oldest son of Franklin Jerome Moody and Ida M. Hicklin. His introduction to show business was first as an actor on the stage in pre-radio days and then as a radio personality. His first acting role was in 1900 as the boy...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 12
Fury at Rio Hondo (17 Apr. 1956)
"Pete" ” - gattonero975
 
39.
Ann Robinson
Growing up in the proverbial shadow of the studios, California native Ann Robinson acted in grade-school plays and later fibbed her way into the movie business as a stunt woman on movies such as Black Midnight, The Story of Molly X, and Frenchie. She was part of Paramount's golden circle of new stars in the early 1950s but had only one leading role at the studio...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 1
Mountain Fortress (20 Sep. 1955)
"Joan Carter" ” - gattonero975
 
40.
Onslow Stevens
Actor, Them!
Son of character actor Houseley Stevenson, brother of designer Edward Stevenson and actor Houseley Stevenson Jr., Onslow Stevens was highly active from mid-1920s at the Pasadena Community Playhouse, where his entire family worked frequently as performers, directors and teachers. he scored a major success on Broadway in "Stage Door" in 1936...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 5
The Outlander (13 Dec. 1955)
"Judge Dana Culver" ” - gattonero975
 
41.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 5
The Outlander (13 Dec. 1955)
"Hoyt "(as Dubb Taylor) ” - gattonero975
 
42.
Rod Taylor
Actor, The Birds
Suave and handsome Australian actor who came to Hollywood in the 1950s, and built himself up from a supporting actor into taking the lead in several well-remembered movies. Arguably his most fondly remembered role was that as George (Herbert George Wells), the inventor, in George Pal's spectacular The Time Machine...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 3
The Argonauts (1 Nov. 1955)
"Clancy" ” - gattonero975
 
43.
Ray Teal
Actor, Bonanza
Most familiar to TV audiences as no-nonsense Sheriff Roy Coffee on the long-running western series Bonanza, Ray Teal was one of the most versatile character actors in the business. In his almost 40-year career he played everything from cops to gunfighters to sheriffs to gangsters to a judge at the Nuremberg War Crimes trials...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 2
Julesburg (11 Oct. 1955)
"McCanles"

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 7
Decision (24 Jan. 1956)
"Maj. Heffler" (uncredited) ” - gattonero975
 
44.
Regis Toomey
Pittsburgh-born and -raised character actor Regis Toomey, of Irish descent, took an early interest in the performing arts and initially studied drama at the university of his home town. One of four children of Francis X. and Mary Ellen Toomey, John Regis Toomey initially pondered a law career, but acting won out and he gradually established himself as a musical stage performer...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 8
The Storm Riders (7 Feb. 1956)
"John Dembro" ” - gattonero975
 
45.
Gregory Walcott
Square jawed, tall and handsome Gregory Walcott was born "Bernard Mattox" in Wendell, North Carolina on January 13th 1928 and he was kept perpetually busy throughout the 195s and 1960s guest starring in dozens of TV shows, usually westerns such as Cheyenne, Zane Grey Theater, Wagon Train and Rawhide that took advantage of his clean cut looks and broad shouldered physique...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 6
The Travelers (3 Jan. 1956)
"Lou Grey" ” - gattonero975
 
46.
George Wallace
George Wallace was born in New York and, at age 13, moved with his mom and her new husband to McMechen, West Virginia, a coal mining town where the boy began working in the mines. He joined the Navy in 1936, got out in 1940, and then went right back in again when World War II started. A chief boatswain's mate...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 1
Mountain Fortress (20 Sep. 1955)
Plank ” - gattonero975
 
47.
Peggy Webber
The daughter of a wildcat oil driller, Peggy Webber commenced her career at age two and a half, performing during intermissions in silent movie theaters. She started working in radio at age 11; by 18, she was writing, producing and directing early television shows; at 21, she won the award that was later known as the Emmy for her drama anthology series Treasures of Literature...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 11
Quicksand (3 Apr. 1956)
"Ella McIntyre" ” - gattonero975
 
48.
Robert J. Wilke
Prolific American character actor of primarily villainous roles. The son of German parents, Cincinnati feed-store manager August Wilke and his wife Rose, Robert Joseph Wilke grew up in Cincinnati. He worked as a lifeguard at a Miami, Florida, hotel, where he made contacts in the film business. He was able to obtain work as a stuntman and continued as such until the mid-'40s...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 1
Mountain Fortress (20 Sep. 1955)
"Bob Manson" (as Bob Wilke) ” - gattonero975
 
49.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 1
Mountain Fortress (20 Sep. 1955)
Foster ” - gattonero975
 
50.
Ian Wolfe
Respected character actor whose on-screen work included everything from Shakespeare to Dick Tracy (his last film). After a long apprenticeship in the theatre, the 38-year-old Wolfe finally debuted in films in The Barretts of Wimpole Street, recreating his Broadway role. He then toiled away steadily in Hollywood for the next several decades...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 13
Star in the Dust (1 May 1956)
"Charlie Peabody" ” - gattonero975
 
51.
Clint Walker
Actor, Cheyenne
Clint Walker was born Norman Eugene Walker in Hartford, southwestern Illinois, to Gladys Huldah (Schwanda), a Czech immigrant, and Paul Arnold Walker, who was from Arkansas. Walker almost single-handedly started the western craze on TV in the 1950s as Cheyenne Bodie in Cheyenne. Growing up in the Depression era meant taking work wherever you could get it...
“ "Cheyenne Bodie"

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 1
Mountain Fortress (20 Sep. 1955)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 2
Julesburg (11 Oct. 1955)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 3
The Argonauts (1 Nov. 1955)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 4
Border Showdown (22 Nov. 1955)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 5
The Outlander (13 Dec. 1955)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 6
The Travelers (3 Jan. 1956)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 7
Decision (24 Jan. 1956)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 8
The Storm Riders (7 Feb. 1956)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 9
Rendezvous at Red Rock (21 Feb. 1956)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 10
West of the River (10 Mar. 1956)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 11
Quicksand (3 Apr. 1956)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 12
Fury at Rio Hondo (17 Apr. 1956)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 13
Star in the Dust (1 May 1956)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 14
Johnny Bravo (15 May 1956)

Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 15
The Last Train West (29 May 1956) ” - gattonero975
 
52.
John Alderson
John "Basher" Alderson led a colorful life considering his origins in a mining village in the north of England. After spending all of two weeks as a miner, he lied about his age, joined the British Army and attained the rank of Major. Leaving for the US, he married a General's secretary and got into the movies, often playing villains. He played (uncredited) the Gum Chewer in Blazing Saddles.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 11
Quicksand (3 Apr. 1956)
"Beef Simpkins" ” - gattonero975
 
53.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 2
Julesburg (11 Oct. 1955)
"Wilfred Barnes" ” - gattonero975
 
54.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 2
Julesburg (11 Oct. 1955)
"Jeremy Barnes" ” - gattonero975
 
55.
Diane Brewster
Diane Brewster was born on March 11, 1931, in Kansas City, Missouri. She was largely a character actress in both motion pictures and television. She was 24 years old when she began acting on TV. Her first role was in a few episodes of the westerns Cheyenne and Zane Grey Theater. Her first motion picture roles was as Sylvia Quentin in Pharaoh's Curse in 1956...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 6
The Travelers (3 Jan. 1956)
"Mary" ” - gattonero975
 
56.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 15
The Last Train West (29 May 1956)
"Ruth" ” - gattonero975
 
57.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 7
Decision (24 Jan. 1956)
"Ann Saunders" ” - gattonero975
 
58.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 12
Fury at Rio Hondo (17 Apr. 1956)
"Ricardo" ” - gattonero975
 
59.
Thomas Browne Henry
If you've ever seen a war picture, sci-fi epic or western from the 1940s or 1950s, then you've seen Thomas Browne Henry, and more than once. Along with Morris Ankrum, Henry is probably the army officer most responsible for helping Earth drive off hordes of invading outer-space monsters, aliens and other unwelcome intruders...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 5
The Outlander (13 Dec. 1955)
"Editor John" (as Tom Brown Henry) ” - gattonero975
 
60.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 4
Border Showdown (22 Nov. 1955)
"Alfredo" ” - gattonero975
 
61.
Wright King
Best known for his role in "Streetcar Named Desire" and for his two guest appearances on the original The Twilight Zone series, Wright King enjoyed a noteworthy career in numerous theatrical productions. He remained close friends with Eileen Heckart until her death in 2001. His son is actor Meegan King...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 11
Quicksand (3 Apr. 1956)
"Frank Endicott" ” - gattonero975
 
62.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 8
The Storm Riders (7 Feb. 1956)
"Sheila Dembro" ” - gattonero975
 
63.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 2
Julesburg (11 Oct. 1955)
"Morton Scott" ” - gattonero975
 
64.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 4
Border Showdown (22 Nov. 1955)
"Cliff Bartow" ” - gattonero975
 
65.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 14
Johnny Bravo (15 May 1956)
"Johnny Bravo" ” - gattonero975
 
66.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 10
West of the River (10 Mar. 1956)
"Pvt. Ryan" ” - gattonero975
 
67.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 15
The Last Train West (29 May 1956)
"Deputy Orville Jones" ” - gattonero975
 
68.
Harry Shannon
Born and raised on a farm in Michigan in 1890, Irish-American character actor Harry Shannon had the credentials for becoming a staple player in westerns. He started off his career traveling around with repertory and stock companies and developed his musical abilities in tent shows, burlesque houses and such tuneful Broadway shows as "Oh...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 14
Johnny Bravo (15 May 1956)
"Matt Crowley" ” - gattonero975
 
69.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 1
Mountain Fortress (20 Sep. 1955)
Stew Davis (as Jeff Silver) ” - gattonero975
 
70.
Mickey Simpson
Actor, Giant
A burly American supporting actor, Mickey Simpson was born Charles Henry Simpson to Fred and Bertha Rogers Simpson in Rochester, New York. His paternal heritage was Irish. He was the eldest of four sons, one of whom, Richard, died in childhood. When his father was unable to find work following the 1929 stock market crash...
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 8
The Storm Riders (7 Feb. 1956)
"Swallow" ” - gattonero975
 
71.
“ Cheyenne: Season 1, Episode 8
The Storm Riders (7 Feb. 1956)
"Johnnie Dembro" ” - gattonero975