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"Annie Oakley" (1954) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3
Year: 1954 | 1955 | 1956 | 1957


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Annie and the Brass Collar

9 January 1954
Annie is called on to help find three men involved in a train robbery. The manager's son tells his father that he's taking over, believing his father is no longer capable of his job.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Robert Emmett O'Connor ... Dan Heywood
Glase Lohman ... Martin Ellison

Roy Barcroft ... Gang leader

Paul E. Burns ... Telegrapher

Chris Alcaide ... Paul Dodson

Bob Woodward ... Henchman

Dick Tufeld ... (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Annie Trusts a Convict

16 January 1954
An old school friend of Annie's breaks out of jail with two other inmates to go search for the treasure at the mission. She believed his innocence when he was convicted, and still believes him. Now she must help him capture the two inmates who want the treasure.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Myron Healey ... Mort Light
Harry Harvey Jr. ... Jack Stone

Gregg Barton ... Les Cole

Steve Pendleton ... Steve Raymond

Al Bridge ... Walt Stone (as Alan Bridge)

Edward Earle ... Priest

Jack Tornek ... Prison Wall Guard (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Gunplay

23 January 1954
With an outlaw at large and the Sheriff searching for him, trouble arrives in the form of a fake sheriff, a drunk, and a senseless murder.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Myron Healey ... Sam Carter

Ralph Sanford ... Pete
Paul McGuire ... Charlie Wright

Steve Pendleton ... Joe Carter

Gregg Barton ... Ed Lawson

Francis McDonald ... Posse Leader

Bob Woodward ... Posse Member

Al Bain ... Townsman (uncredited)
Rudy Bowman ... Townsman (uncredited)

Terry Frost ... Posse Member (uncredited)
Slim Gaut ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Dude Stagecoach

30 January 1954
While awaiting word from the mine to see if they found gold, Annie discovers a beloved stagecoach is now being driven by a woman, the daughter of the owner who is now threatening to sell the stage and pocket the money. Annie suspects there's more going on with the mine when they return and announce that there is no gold. Now, she must get to the bottom of things before it's too late for the town.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Maura Murphy ... Patricia Dennis

Tom London ... Buckhorn, Diablo Stage Manager

House Peters Jr. ... Wiley

George J. Lewis ... Henchman Morgan (as George Lewis)

Bob Woodward ... Kramer, Mine Manager
Russell Custer ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)
John Rice ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Ambush Canyon

6 February 1954
The owner of the mine is bushwhacked, but lives long enough to ask Annie to send for his daughter. His killer still unknown, the daughter has a big decision to make on the running of the mine.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Robert Williams ... Russell Kenyon (as Robert B. Williams)

Gloria Talbott ... Priscilla Bishop (as Gloria Talbot)

Marshall Reed ... Hired Killer

Sam Flint ... Howard Bishop

William Fawcett ... Jessie Clemmons
Mickey Simpson ... Frank
Darwin Greenfield ... Miss Swartz (as Darwyn Greenfield)

Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Stage Guard (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Stage Agent (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Annie Calls Her Shots

13 February 1954
Annie and Lofty jail Dobie but he proclaims his innocence while they look for the rest of the gang. Dobie escapes but he and Tagg get kidnapped by the actual culprits, leading Annie to take desperate measures to rescue her brother.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Alan Hale Jr. ... Eli Gorham

Harry Lauter ... Dobie Larson

Lane Bradford ... Henchman Bronk

Bud Osborne ... Stage driver Charlie Baker

Bob Woodward ... Townsman

Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Low ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: A Gal for Grandma

20 February 1954
The grandson of rich old cantankerous woman arrives to help take care of her, but she doesn't want his help. Along being chastised by the old woman, he becomes a target of men plotting to get their hands on her money at any cost.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Mabel Paige ... Mrs. Frances Randall
Elizabeth Harrower ... Gladys
Christopher Cook ... Francis Kruger

Myron Healey ... Al Proctor

Gregg Barton ... Henchman Stu
Steve Mitchell ... Henchman Tulsa

Bob Woodward ... Stagecoach Driver

Dick Tufeld ... (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Annie and the Silver Ace

27 February 1954
Tagg experiments with hypnosis and has Moose believing he is a dog. Luckily for all, it helps resolve ownership of a mine that villians are trying to claim.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Harry Lauter ... Jamie 'Deuce' Johnson

Alan Hale Jr. ... Moose Bosco
Mary Young ... Mrs. Johnson - Jaime's Mother

Lane Bradford ... Cash Naylor
Jack Sterling ... Henchman Steve

Bob Woodward ... Reports Fight

Bud Osborne ... Stage Driver Matt

Herman Hack ... Townsman Watching Fight (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Dealer (uncredited)
Jack Low ... Townsman Watching Fight (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman Watching Fight (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Townsman Watching Fight (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: Annie Finds Strange Treasure

6 March 1954
When Annie tries to save an old prospector from an attack by outlaws, they think she has learned the secret location of his cache of gold.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Don C. Harvey ... Outlaw Leader Lacey (as Don Harvey)

Rick Vallin ... Outlaw (as Ric Vallin)

Stanley Andrews ... Pop Hackett
Bill Crandall ... Steve Garrett

Sam Flint ... Banker Oliver

Michael Vallon ... Father Paul

Bob Woodward ... Outlaw Conway
Bob Reeves ... Man on Wagon (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Cinder Trail

13 March 1954
A cattleman tries to take over the railroad so that he can control the price of shipping cattle.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Robert Emmett O'Connor ... Ben Dodson (as Robert Emmet O'Connor)
Glase Lohman ... Paul Dodson

Roy Barcroft ... Clint Hackett

Paul E. Burns ... Station Agent Jim

Chris Alcaide ... Henchman Vic

Bob Woodward ... Henchman Bart

Dick Tufeld ... (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Valley of the Shadows

20 March 1954
When a girl is blinded in the murder of her father, Annie tries to help her identify the killer.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Judy Nugent ... Donna Bishop

Arthur Space ... Carl Bishop

Forrest Taylor ... Dr. Thomas Moody

Denver Pyle ... Dr. Barnes

Steve Darrell ... Gil

John L. Cason ... Emmett (as John Cason)
Russell Custer ... Townsman (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)
Rose Plumer ... Mrs. Cooper (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Tobacco Buyer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Annie and the Lily Maid

27 March 1954
Sam Forbes is murdered and his foreman Choctaw looks to inherit his ranch when a previously unknown niece Elaine appears. Annie is suspicious but the men fall for her delicate ways. But it's all an act and Tag's archery skills play a part in saving the day.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Maura Murphy ... Elaine Forbes / Lily Maid

Tom London ... Choctaw

House Peters Jr. ... Lily Maid's Chief Henchman

George J. Lewis ... Henchman Frenchy (as George Lewis)

Bob Woodward ... Stagecoach Driver
Art Dillard ... Henchman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Henchman (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: The Hardrock Trail

3 April 1954
Vic Carver, released from prison, arrives with his brother Johnny to get revenge on Annie's Uncle Luke. Annie gets her uncle out of town and tries to reason with the Carvers. She succeeds with Johnny but Vic kidnaps Tagg.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Kenneth MacDonald ... Sheriff Luke MacTavish, Annie's Uncle

Robert Williams ... Vic Carver (as Robert B. Williams)

Alan Wells ... Johnny Carver

William Fawcett ... Telegrapher Walt
Art Dillard ... Wagon Driver (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)

Marshall Reed ... Al (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Annie Gets Her Man

10 April 1954
Annie is in charge of the sheriff's office and is being bothered by braggart Chet Sterling's antics. His uncle Frank's bank is robbbed and Tagg names one bandit as Trem, Frank's friend, after he secretly trails them. A double cross, killing, and frame up follow.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Darryl Hickman ... Chet Sterling
John Eldredge ... Frank Sterling (as John Eldridge)

Steve Darrell ... Trem Barton

Clayton Moore ... Henchman

Hank Patterson ... Pots Webber

I. Stanford Jolley ... Henchman Walt (as Stan Jolley)
Art Dillard ... Henchman (uncredited)

Jack Montgomery ... Townsman (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Justice Guns

17 April 1954
Legendary lawman Clay Griffin is losing his eyesight and refuses an operation despite Annie's pleading. Johnny Storm and the Murdocks commit robbery which leads to Clay's brother Frank being shot. Annie and Lofty accompany Clay when he calls Johnny out.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Stanley Andrews ... Clay Griffin

Rick Vallin ... Johnny Storm (as Ric Vallin)

Damian O'Flynn ... Frank Griffin

Sam Flint ... Doctor

Don C. Harvey ... Dave Murdock - Henchman (as Don Harvey)
Bill Crandall ... Jim

Bob Woodward ... Henchman Al Murdock

Heinie Conklin ... Townsman (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Townsman (uncredited)
Signe Hack ... Townswoman (uncredited)

Frankie Marvin ... Towsman (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Annie's Desert Adventure

24 April 1954
Annie doesn't believe the man Lofty arrested for the hold up is the right man. She goes behind Lofty's back to prove he's wrong, which gets her into trouble with Lofty.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Denver Pyle ... Tom Malloy

Steve Darrell ... Dan Bolton

John L. Cason ... Jim Bolton (as John Cason)

Forrest Taylor ... Ed Willis

Arthur Space ... The Warden

Francis McDonald ... Editor Bert Cooper
Frank Balderrama ... Townsman (uncredited)

Paul E. Burns ... Station Agent Phil (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Townsman (uncredited)
Signe Hack ... Townswoman (uncredited)

Pierce Lyden ... Irate Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Posse Member (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: Annie and the Mystery Woman

1 May 1954
Dance Hall singer Lil Benton witnesses a murder. After being threatened by the killer, Lil heads for Diablo hoping she can hide from certain death.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Virginia Lee ... Lil Benton

Fess Parker ... Tom Conrad - Newspaper Publisher

Larry Chance ... Con Morley
Richard Reeves ... Brady
Edward Clark ... Hotel Clerk

Bob Woodward ... Pete - Stagecoach Driver
Art Dillard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Mathew McCue ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... (uncredited)

Dorothy Vernon ... Townswoman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Annie and the Texas Sandman

8 May 1954
Les Clinton, alias Texas Sandman, comes to Diablo ready to retire from gunfighting and marry local teacher Marge. He befriends Annie who aids him when the Yanceys arrive seeking revenge against the weaponless Clinton.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Fess Parker ... Les Clinton - The Texas Sandman

Virginia Lee ... Marge White

Larry Chance ... Rick Yancy
Richard Reeves ... Billy Yancey (as Dick Reeves)

Pat O'Malley ... Will Riley
Edward Clark ... Hotel Clerk
Isa Ashdown ... Schoolgirl

Frank Ellis ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Townsman Sitting in Chair (uncredited)

Mathew McCue ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Annie Meets Some Tenderfeet

15 May 1954
Annie comes to the rescue of an eastern banker being taken in by a scrupulous gambler trying to take advantage of his naivety.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Kirk Alyn ... Arthur Blodgett

Helene Marshall ... Laura Blodgett
Christopher Cook ... Marihugh 'Stinky' Blodgett

Myron Healey ... Web Lingard

Gregg Barton ... Steve

Al Bridge ... Pop Wade (as Alan Bridge)
Jim Diehl ... Townsman Reporting Murder (uncredited)
Art Dillard ... Henchman (uncredited)

Frank Ellis ... Townsman Watching Fight (uncredited)

Jack Montgomery ... Townsman Watching Fight (uncredited)

Jack O'Shea ... Townsman Watching Fight (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman Watching Fight (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Townsman Watching Fight (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Stage Guard (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Annie Joins the Cavalry

22 May 1954
An Army Patrol ambush is being blamed on a band of friendly Hopi Indians and it's up to Annie to find the real renegades before it's too late.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Keith Richards ... Duke Marteen
Henry Rowland ... Cliff Dodge

Harry Harvey ... Sergeant O'Hara (as Harry Harvey Sr.)

Rodd Redwing ... Alomi
Karl 'Killer' Davis ... Steve (as Karl Davis)

Dickie Jones ... Corporal Sam (as Dick Jones)

Kenne Duncan ... Dr. Sharpe

Herman Hack ... Card Player (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Saloon Henchman (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Card Player (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Saloon Henchman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Bull's Eye

29 May 1954
A chemist poisons the watering holes on a wild game preserve in a scheme to take over the land.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley
Billy Gray ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Kenneth MacDonald ... Sheriff Luke, Annie's Uncle

Marshall Reed ... Ward

Wade Crosby ... Dan

William Fawcett ... Assayer Sam Porter

Robert Williams ... Percival Adams

Dick Tufeld ... (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: Annie Helps a Drifter

5 June 1954
A young man is under suspicion of having killed his rich uncle, but Annie thinks he's being framed and sets out to find evidence to prove his innocence.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Dickie Jones ... Bob Neil (as Dick Jones)

Harry Harvey ... Storekeeper Cody (as Harry Harvey Sr.)

Keith Richards ... Dan Bradshaw
Henry Rowland ... Dave Spencer
Karl 'Killer' Davis ... Charlie Bassett (as Karl Davis)

Al Bain ... Townsman (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)
Signe Hack ... Townswoman (uncredited)

Jack Montgomery ... Townsman (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Posse Rider (uncredited)
John Rice ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Posse Rider (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: Sharpshooting Annie

12 June 1954
Annie and Tagg return from raising money for charity with a circus sideshow when they are robbed by someone calling himself the Welshman. Annie recovers part of the money, then she and Lofty lay a trap with one last performance.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
George Pembroke ... Sills
Mickey Simpson ... Henchman

Max Terhune ... Stark

Terry Frost ... Wagon driver Lou

John George ... Worker at Show (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Stableman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: Annie Makes a Marriage

19 June 1954
Annie has her hands full when she tries to prove the innocence of an ex-convict so he can be united with the woman he loves.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Nancy Hale ... Bess Murdock
Don Kennedy ... Bart Thompson

Don C. Harvey ... Dallas Carson
Mickey Simpson ... Henchman Bailey

Terry Frost ... Henchman Gibbs

Dick Tufeld ... (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: Outlaw Mesa

26 June 1954
Duke and his gang frame Sam plus kidnap Linda to keep him from proving his innocence. Annie and Lofty must stop a lynch mob lead by Howard, save Linda while proving Duke's guilt with Tagg's ventriloquism helping.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

James Best ... Scott Warren
Jean Howell ... Linda Warren

Harry Lauter ... Howard Morley

Chris Alcaide ... Duke Jaegar

Rick Vallin ... Gil Warren

Duane Grey ... Henchman (as Duane Thorsen)

Dick Elliott ... Judge

Frank Ellis ... Townsman (uncredited)
Signe Hack ... Townswoman (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack O'Shea ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bud Osborne ... Dan (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Man at Hearing (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Glenn Strange ... Man at Hearing (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Ranch Hand Joey (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: Annie and the Outlaw's Son

3 July 1954
When outlaws rob the bank, a young rancher does nothing to stop them from leaving town with the money and Annie want to know the reason why.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

James Best ... Jess Dugan
Jean Howell ... Mary Dugan

Stanley Andrews ... Pappy Doyle

Duane Grey ... Frank Doyle (as Duane Thorsen)

Harry Lauter ... Posse leader Kinsey

Rick Vallin ... Doyle

Jack O'Shea ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Alias Annie Oakley

10 July 1954
Annie goes after a female outlaw to clear her own reputation when the outlaw poses as the famous marksman in her rampage through the territory.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Nan Leslie ... Alias Annie

Harry Lauter ... Johnson

Lane Bradford ... Lynch Mob Leader
Tom Monroe ... Slagle

Bob Woodward ... Murdered Passenger

Carol Henry ... Stage Driver

Ray Jones ... Man in Lynch Mob (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: The Tomboy

17 July 1954
Lofty's niece Penny arrives on a stage that's been robbed and Tagg is envious because she's better at activities. Annie and Lofty are unable to solve the crime but the youngsters discover a lead but need the help of Hector, Tagg's frog.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Melinda Plowman ... Penny

Gregg Barton ... Crane

William Fawcett ... Tom Jennings
David Alpert ... Fred Hutton

Stanley Andrews ... Mr. Trumble
Joe Haworth ... Vic

Bob Woodward ... Jim
Mickey Little ... Andy Evans
Art Dillard ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: The Runaways

24 July 1954
Annie Oakley's young brother and his friend runaway because they feel like they get no respect. They come across an empty town and get in trouble with The Shadow Gang who rob stage coaches.

Season 2, Episode 4: Annie and the Six o' Spades

31 July 1954
When orphaned teen Bucky starts hanging out with local tough Mace, a concerned Annie warns his brother Steve. But Bucky defies Steve joining with Mace in a robbery, causing Annie and Lofty to head after them.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Dickie Jones ... Steve Donavan (as Dick Jones)

Walter Reed ... Deuce Anderson
Jimmy Murphy ... Mace Carver

Gary Gray ... Bucky Donavan

Tom London ... Ike Simmons
Art Dillard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)
Signe Hack ... Townswoman (uncredited)

Frankie Marvin ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Escape from Diablo

7 August 1954
Lofty has jailed Hugo but he won't reveal the location of the stolen loot. Annie thinks if they let Hugo escape they can trail him but they don't count on him kidnapping Tagg. Tagg, as a hostage, makes Hugo's life miserable.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Iron Smoke-Wagon

14 August 1954
Boiler O'Doul arrives in Diablo with the town's new steam fire engine exciting everyone, especially Tagg. When the bank is robbed Annie doesn't suspect the respectable Rodells, are the masterminds. A tricky plan is needed to smoke them out.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Kirk Alyn ... Duke Rodell

Sheila Ryan ... Lucille Rodell
John Patrick ... Boiler O'Doul

Harry Harvey ... Mayor Pearlson (as Harry Harvey Sr.)

Steve Pendleton ... Henchman Fowler
Jim Diehl ... Johnson

Frankie Marvin ... Banker (uncredited)

Jack Montgomery ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barber (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Prospector (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Annie and the Chinese Puzzle

13 February 1955
Mr. Wong (Keye Luke) owns valuable property in town and someone wants to get it cheap. They harass and attempt to convince Mr. Wong to get out of town.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Keye Luke ... Li Wong
Lawrence Ryle ... Rand
Craig Woods ... Nick Scanlon
William Tannen ... Clint Scanlon

Jack Ingram ... Mob Leader

Ray Jones ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)

Frankie Marvin ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Annie Breaks an Alibi

27 February 1955
To be sole heir of an inheritance, a rancher kills his cousin, the only other next of kin. When he tries to say he was on a late night ride at the time of the murder, it's up to Annie to find the holes in his alibi.

Season 2, Episode 9: Trigger Twins

6 March 1955
Annie has double duty this time when she matches wits with Dana and Jana Matthews, twin sisters. With Pistols and Boots she has to do battle with this dynamite duo.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Myron Healey ... Yancy Matthews

Eddie Dew ... Wiley Jackson
Lou Smith ... Dana Matthews
Sue Smith ... Jana Matthews
Charles Williams ... Fred
Cecil Elliott ... Woman at Dance

Carol Henry ... Stage Driver Ben

Frankie Marvin ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Montgomery ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)
John Rice ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Diablo Doctor

13 March 1955
When he is unable to save his own father, Diablo's town doctor loses his confidence in himself. It's up to Annie to convince him that Diablo needs him and that you must get right back up when you're knocked down.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
David Alpert ... Jeff Shaw

Stanley Andrews ... Old Doc Shaw

Gregg Barton ... Brett Chino

William Fawcett ... Silas Turner
Joe Haworth ... Walt Chino
Harry Mackin ... Bill Andrews
Melinda Plowman ... Jill Turner

Bob Woodward ... Ed Steele

Season 2, Episode 11: Dead Man's Bluff

20 March 1955
Panic hits Diablo and the citizens make a run on the bank over worries of solvency. Afraid he will be exposed as a counterfeiter, the banker decides to fake his own death.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Eddie Dew ... Hap Hadley

Kenne Duncan ... Luther Brown
Grace Field ... Bertha Davis

Myron Healey ... George Pollard

Emile Meyer ... Tyler

Pierre Watkin ... Henry Lormier

Season 2, Episode 12: Annie and the Junior Pioneers

27 March 1955
Clell Morgan is a former delinquent who is starting over with the help of the Junior Pioneer Club of Diablo. He begins to worry that all that may fall apart when he learns his older brother has escaped from jail and is headed to Diablo.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Dickie Jones ... Clell Morgan (as Dick Jones)

Walter Reed ... Rufe

Dorothy Adams ... Mrs. Morgan
Gordon Gebert ... Lonny Morgan

Bob Woodward ... Bill

Season 2, Episode 13: Hard Luck Ranch

3 April 1955
Link and Evie Tabor have been struggling, working their ranch, ever since Link was injured in a rodeo mishap and confined to a wheel chair. But if that wasn't hard enough, now the Tabors are being threatened by outlaws.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Lois Hall ... Evie Tabor

Harry Lauter ... Link Tabor

Lane Bradford ... Chase Cardell
Tom Monroe ... Bat Norris

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Thunder Hill

10 April 1955
The newly arrived Peters family seem to be angry at the world and want nothing but to be left alone. But Annie, Tagg and Lofty try their best to be friendly, and to find out what's underneath all that hostility.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Stanley Andrews ... Mayor Alex Warner
Barbara Woodell ... Martha Peters

William Henry ... Matt Peters (as Bill Henry)
Stuffy Singer ... Jan Peters
Mike Ragan ... Henchman Walt Newman

Dennis Moore ... Henchman Mike Edwards

Season 2, Episode 15: Sure Shot Annie

17 April 1955
When a beautiful woman robs the bank, the young bank teller is accused and it's up to Annie to find evidence to prove he is innocent and that she is guilty, unbelievable as it seems.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Harry Antrim ... Henry Maxwell

Eve Brent ... Clara Bickel (as Jean Lewis)

Paul E. Burns ... Justice of the Peace

Eve Miller ... Jane Lester

William Phipps ... George Wessel

Rick Vallin ... Joe McGee
Ruth Warren ... Mrs. Bickel

Bob Woodward ... Stagecoach Driver

Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)

Frankie Marvin ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Annie and the Widow's Might

24 April 1956
Annie has to come to the aide of the widow Malloy and her son Dave when they are being threatened to sell their land or suffer more of the same treatment.

Season 2, Episode 17: Trouble Shooter

1 May 1955
Unexpected trouble comes to a rancher who hires ex-convict Steve Bailey. The real trouble starts when Steve's outlaw brother Duke Bailey comes to the ranch determined to keep his brother from going straight.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Gene Reynolds ... Steve Bailey

John Doucette ... Duke Bailey
William Tannen ... Gregg
Joe Haworth ... Mike Sawyer

Selmer Jackson ... Rancher John Cromby

Almira Sessions ... Spinster

Al Bain ... Townsman (uncredited)
Art Dillard ... Walt (uncredited)

Clyde Howdy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Convict (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Henchman Mears (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Townsman (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Convict (uncredited)
John Rice ... Townsman (uncredited)
Lucile Sewall ... Townswoman (uncredited)

Blackie Whiteford ... Convict (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Woody (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: Annie Takes a Chance

8 May 1955
A Judge, who runs a facility to help criminals start over again, has just sentenced an outlaw to hang for his crimes. Now he is threatened by the outlaw's brother if he carries out his verdict.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Marshall Bradford ... Will Prince

John L. Cason ... Frank Southern

James Griffith ... George Martin

Don C. Harvey ... Cody Barnes

Gloria Jean ... Lucy Ann Barker

Douglas Kennedy ... Jim Hayward

Bob Woodward ... Ed Reed

'Snub' Pollard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: Annie and the Higher Court

15 May 1955
Lofty captures a member of an outlaw gang who happens to be the only one who knows where the loot of a recent hold-up is buried. In an effort to free the crook, his confederates attempt to bribe Judge Bowen, who is about to resign his post to care for his wife who needs expensive medical treatment.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Harry Cheshire ... Judge Everard Bowen

Lee Van Cleef ... Amos Belcher
Henry Rowland ... Lippy
John Damler ... Casco

Edna Holland ... Jenny Bowen

Sam Flint ... Doc Seymour

Al Bain ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Dee Cooper ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Art Dillard ... Townsman Dragging Casco to Jail (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Powder Rock Stampede

22 May 1955
When a section of the territory is opened for settlement, Ralph and Mary plan to race in the land rush and claim a fertile piece of land Mary's father discovered in his travels years before. When Ralph is brutally beaten by a pair of crooks who are aware of the land's value and plan to claim it for themselves, Annie and Lofty decide to enter the race and stake a claim for the young couple.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Gloria Jean ... Mary Rogers

Douglas Kennedy ... Ralph Putnam

James Griffith ... Mark Banning
Marshall Bradford ... Dan Potter

Don C. Harvey ... Dave Murdock - Henchman

Bob Woodward ... Westerner

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Sundown Stage

3 June 1956
Two outlaws rob a stage, kill the driver and leave the shotgun guard for dead. The guard survives the attack and, with the help of a passerby, manages to make it to Diablo. The man can't defend himself from charges of robbery and murder because the bullet wound has caused complete amnesia. Annie and Lofty set out to prove the man's innocence.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Walter Reed ... Walt Bronson

Helene Marshall ... Helen Bronson

Barry Curtis ... Tommy Bronson

Carleton Young ... Sheriff
Gabriel Curtiz ... Dr. Herrick (as Gabor Curtiz)
Joel Ashley ... Jack Dixon
Baynes Barron ... Billy Dixon
Charles Hayes ... Westerner
Bucko Stafford ... Eddie Wilson

Bob Woodward ... Jim Hannah
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Joker on Horseback

10 June 1956
After Annie thwarts a bank robbery attempt, young Smiley Douglas decides it would be a great joke to pretend to rob the bank the very next day without benefit of a weapon. Lofty fails to see the humor in the practical joke, but sets the man free. The outlaw gang who bungled their earlier attempt trick the trickster into helping them rob the bank yet again.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Robert Easton ... 'Smiley' Douglas

Mary Ellen Kay ... Jill Curtis (as Mary Ellen Kaye)

Myron Healey ... Miller
William Tannen ... Al (as Bill Tannen)

Sam Flint ... Wilson
Frederick Ford ... Lou

Reed Howes ... Barney

Bill Coontz ... Townsman (uncredited)

Frankie Marvin ... Stocky Townsman Sitting Outside Bank (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: A Tall Tale

17 June 1956
An miner's boastful letters to his grandson living in the East comes back to haunt him when the youngster announces he will be visiting the old man to learn more about his crime-fighting exploits. When the miner fails to prevent a jail break and causes him to lose face with the youngster, he recklessly decides to chase the escaping outlaws.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Sam Flint ... Cy Crawford

Harry Lauter ... Frank Warren
Barry Froner ... Tim Crawford
Joe Cranston ... Dave Warren

Douglas Grange ... Lou Snell
Paul Sorensen ... Ed Cunningham
Minerva ... The Mule

Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Annie and the Twisted Trails

24 June 1956
Della envies Annie's freedom and trick riding skills. When the rodeo comes to town, Della's father refuses to allow her to meet her boyfriend, one of the best competitors. When Della decides to run away, she falls under the sway of an unsavory couple, who agree to return to the ranch to retrieve her clothes. Actually, unintentionally armed with information Della has provided, the crooks plan to rob her father.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Carolyn Craig ... Della Forsyth
Ewing Mitchell ... Ab Forsyth

Myron Healey ... Tucson Carney

Barbara Knudson ... Flora Carney

William Phipps ... Dan Carter (as Bill Phipps)
Vaughn Meadows ... Chubby
Leonard P. Geer ... Rodeo Cowboy (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: The Robin Hood Kid

1 July 1956
When a range war over water rights appears imminent, a masked man wearing a Robin Hood costume supporting the homesteaders knocks down ranchers' fences and stampedes stock. When an impostor dons a similar costume and robs the Diablo bank both sides demand that Lofty bring the criminal to justice.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Tyler MacDuff ... Cord Donnelly

Robert 'Buzz' Henry ... Laredo Graves (as Buzz Henry)

Roy Barcroft ... Pat Donnelly

L.Q. Jones ... Cal Upton

William Fawcett ... Gabe Upton
Howard Wright ... Martin Owen
Leonard P. Geer ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)

Kansas Moehring ... Townsman (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Man trying to Open Door (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Annie and the Bicycle Riders

8 July 1956
A telegrapher's desperate message for help forces two murderous thieves to hide their loot in a box of bicycle parts meant for a pair of intrepid cross-country cyclists. The crooks force the cyclists to pedal their ill-gotten loot out of town, but Annie discovers their scheme and lays plans to capture the killers.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Steven Clark ... Terry King
Lili Kardell ... Helga King

Keith Richards ... Mandel

Gregg Barton ... Steve Sanders
John Parrish ... Hank Thompson

Bob Woodward ... Andy
Harry Mackin ... Bicycle Rider

Season 3, Episode 7: Annie and the Lacemaker

15 July 1956
Diablo's barber, Paul Denain, is murdered when he refuses to sell his small ranch. His will leaves everything to his daughter who he hadn't seen in years. Annie, acting as his executor, begins a search for the missing heir and soon two beautiful young women arrive claiming to be the long-lost child.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Keith Richards ... Adam Scott
Lili Kardell ... Elinor Denain
Steven Clark ... Henchman Joe Barker
Lisa Gaye ... Vera Barker

Gregg Barton ... Henchman Nails Barker

Paul E. Burns ... Paul Denain

Richard Alexander ... George Todd (as Dick Alexander)

Bill Coontz ... Miner (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Townsman (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Miner (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Annie and the First Phone

22 July 1956
While surveying the route for the first telephone line intended to link remote ranches with the Diablo phone company spot a burning ranch house and arrive at the neighboring homestead in time to drive off the attack. Annie discovers that a crooked businessman has convinced the Indians to burn out the small ranchers so he can buy their land for next to nothing and turn a huge profit reselling the acreage when the Indian troubles suddenly cease.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Peter Camlin ... Monsieur George Renault

Harry Lauter ... Sam Johnson

Frank Fenton ... Tut Emerson
John War Eagle ... Chief Thunder Cloud

Robert Cabal ... Red Pony

X Brands ... Randy

Bob Woodward ... Hank Webber

Season 3, Episode 9: Indian Justice

29 July 1956
When a member of Teddy Roosevelt's famed Roughriders returns to Diablo to homestead valuable land he'd been promised for reenlisting, he discovers the property is part of an Indian reservation. A crooked land agent frames the ex-soldier for murdering a brave in hopes of provoking an Indian war, which he will use for his own land-grabbing ends.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Harry Lauter ... Quint Kelly

Frank Fenton ... Sam King
John War Eagle ... Thunder Cloud

Robert Cabal ... Red Pony

X Brands ... Tenanda
Jerry Summers ... Desert Wind

Bill Coontz ... Indian (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Indian (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: Showdown at Diablo

5 August 1956
A gang of hired killers rides into Diablo. Lofty believes that they're in town to murder a state senator with powerful enemies in the capitol. When Lofty discovers that the gang's leader once rescued him from certain death during their days in the U.S. Cavalry, he is reluctant to take him on and possibly kill him in a shoot-out. As a result, the townspeople force Lofty to resign.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Roscoe Ates ... Telegrapher Curly Dawes

Lane Bradford ... Luke Dallas

William Henry ... Henchman Kirk Rand (as Bill Henry)

Stanley Andrews ... George Lacy
Jacqueline Park ... Helen Lacy (as Jacquelyn Park)
Fritz Ford ... Henchman Frank Reagan
Tyler McVey ... Senator Halstead
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)
Lucile Sewall ... Townswoman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: The Mississippi Kid

12 August 1956
A tenderfoot from Mississippi travels to Diablo to visit his sister and loses his watch in a stagecoach robbery. The headstrong youth is soon telling everyone how to do their jobs - including questioning Lofty's search for the outlaws who robbed him and his sister's experienced ranch foreman about his business methods. The young man really bites off more than he can chew when he discovers the identity of the thieves and tries to bring in the entire outlaw gang single-handed.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Robert Easton ... Abner Harkey

Mary Ellen Kay ... Ellen Harkey (as Mary Ellen Kaye)

Myron Healey ... Vic Jameson
William Tannen ... Andrews (as Bill Tannen)
Frederick Ford ... Marsh

Season 3, Episode 12: Renegade's Return

19 August 1956
During a heated election campaign between honest lawyer Dave Morgan and Carter Holmes, a crooked politician, the contest takes a violent turn when Holmes tries to have his competitor murdered. When his henchmen fail, Holmes hires a notorious gunfighter to take care of the job, but is surprised when the gunman promises to get Holmes to back out of the election without violence.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Rick Vallin ... The Abilene Kid

Roy Barcroft ... Carter Holmes
Michael Garrett ... Dave Morgan
Mary Ellen Clemons ... Kathy Morgan (as Maryellen Clemons)

Kenne Duncan ... Henchman Simpson
Charles Hayes ... Henchman Len
Bill Baucom ... Hotel Clerk Fred

Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Sugarfoot Sue

26 August 1956
Sugarfoot Sue Ryan tells so many tall tales that her friends no longer believe anything she says. When her father spots the outlaw gang who stole his horses, but is surrounded by the crooks, Sue rides to the rescue, but Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig doesn't credit her story.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Roy Barcroft ... Stark
Michael Garrett ... Frank Ryan (as Mike Garrett)
Mary Ellen Clemons ... Sugarfoot Sue Ryan (as Maryellen Clemons)

Rick Vallin ... Billy

Bob Woodward ... Vic

Tom London ... Ranch hand

Ken Osmond ... Scotty

Tex Palmer ... Henchman Jess (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: Annie and the Leprechauns

2 September 1956
While riding in the desert, Annie and Tagg meet Tim Lafferty, a strange old Irishman who claims to be searching for treasure with the help of leprechauns who followed him to America from the Auld Country. When a neighbor tries to gain possession of the Biddle family ranch by killing Eliza's brother, Tim proves invaluable to Annie and Lofty by helping them smoke out the killers.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Raymond Hatton ... Tim Lafferty

Walter Reed ... Ben Cobey
Grace Field ... Eliza Biddle

Slim Pickens ... Henchman Sundown

Terry Frost ... Henchman

Bob Woodward ... Amos Biddle (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: Dilemma at Diablo

9 September 1956
A young man returns to Diablo after attending medical school and his father, the manager of the local express office, spends lavishly to build and equip an office for the young man to begin serving Diablo as its much needed doctor. Unknown to his father, the son fell in with bad company while at school and flunked his medical examinations and, to make matters worse, owes a crooked gambler a large sum of money.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Roy Barcroft ... Jess Craddock
Tyler MacDuff ... Don 'Doc' Briggs

William Fawcett ... Sam Briggs

Robert 'Buzz' Henry ... Cal Blane (as Buzz Henry)

L.Q. Jones ... Ned Blane

Season 3, Episode 16: Outlaw Brand

16 September 1956
While rummaging through an old trunk, Tagg and his friend Johnny Ward, the son of a murdered lawman, find evidence that they believe proves his uncle is an ex-convict and may be part of the outlaw gang who recently robbed Diablo's bank.

Season 3, Episode 17: Shadow at Sonoma

23 September 1956
A marshal kills a outlaw who could be a dead ringer for Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig) if the lawman grew a moustache. Lofty agrees to travel to the Sonoma County Fair and pose as the slain gunman to draw out the rest of the counterfeit ring, but knowing if he's discovered, the gang will kill him as they did a sheriff who got too close to their operation.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig / Mort Kenyon

Eve Miller ... Laura Stevens

Harry Lauter ... Deputy Jeff Forbes
Baynes Barron ... Dave Morgan

Frank Fenton ... Mike Tilman

Gregg Barton ... Gil Porter
Henry Rowland ... Marshal Jim Rawlins

Bob Woodward ... Townsman

Tex Palmer ... Man at Fair (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Man at Fair (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: Western Privateer

30 September 1956
John Boone plans to settle in Diablo after years at sea, but learn most of the townspeople hate him because his father caused the death of one of the town's most beloved citizens when the two old men died searching the desert for pirate's treasure. Boone is convinced that a chest full of gold coins really has been buried in the wasteland and convinces Annie, Lofty and Tagg to join the hunt.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

William Henry ... John Boone (as Bill Henry)
Nancy Hale ... Kathleen Scott

Donald Curtis ... Lee Tobey
Paul Fitzpatrick ... Skipper Boone

Stanley Andrews ... Dan Peddicord
Charles Hayes ... Eddie Sloan (as Charlie Hayes)

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: The Reckless Press

7 October 1956
It's the social event of the season when Sand Creek's newspaper editor marries a beautiful brunette, but joy turns to sorrow when an outlaw gang takes advantage of the ceremony to rob the bank and kill the sheriff, who was serving as the groom's best man. Lofty captures a drifter and hold him while he investigates the crime, but the grief-stricken newspaperman fans the town's hatred of the man with his biased reporting.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Harry Lauter ... Will Davis

Eve Miller ... Kathy Stokes
Baynes Barron ... John Robbins

Frank Fenton ... Dave Carey

Gregg Barton ... Lee Prentice
Henry Rowland ... McAndrews

Pierre Watkin ... Reverend Mills

Bob Woodward ... Westerner

Tex Palmer ... Posse Member (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: Flint and Steel

14 October 1956
Lofty and Annie become concerned when homesteaders are forced to sell their spreads cheaply because of rustlers, poisoned waterholes and cut fences. Annie tries to find out if the land-grab has anything to do with an earthquake that rocked to area immediately before the crime wave began.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Jim Bannon ... Frank Jessup

Lyle Talbot ... Pa Wiggins

Virginia Dale ... Ma Wiggins

Monte Blue ... Tom Wheeler
Helen Brown ... Mrs. Wheeler

Gregg Barton ... Boyd Spencer
Mike Taylor ... Roary Wiggins

Terry Frost ... Butler

Frank Richards ... Creede

Season 3, Episode 21: Tagg Oakley, Sheriff

21 October 1956
Tagg Oakley is tricked into driving a wagon full of gunpowder to Fort Yuma not realizing that Geronimo and his Apache braves have been tipped to the time and route of the delivery. Lofty attempts to rescue the boy before he comes to harm, while Annie tries to arrest the renegade who sent the boy into harm's way.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Jim Bannon ... Ben Porter

Monte Blue ... Telegrapher Peabody

Frank Richards ... Geronimo

Lyle Talbot ... Colonel Dawson
Mike Taylor ... Horace Peabody Jr. (as Michael Taylor)

Season 3, Episode 22: The Waco Kid

28 October 1956
A old female peddler is injured when her team of horses bolts. While she recuperates under Lofty's care, Annie writes to her estranged son in Texas and asks him to visit his ailing parent. Little does Annie know that young man has joined an outlaw gang and brought them to Diablo to resume their criminal activities.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Ron Hagerthy ... Waco Kid / Chuck Hutchins
Elizabeth Slifer ... Junk Wagon Jenny Hutchins (as Lizz Slifer)

Roy Barcroft ... Deacon McCanles
Richard Reeves ... Dixie

Slim Pickens ... Slim

Season 3, Episode 23: The Saga of Clement O'Toole

4 November 1956
A young man is mistaken for a notorious outlaw and has a hard time convincing Diablo's townspeople that he didn't commit a stagecoach robbery. Though Annie Oakley and Susan Meriwhether believe him, their confidence is shaken when he is present went the town's bank is robbed by outlaws who appear to recognize him.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Tyler MacDuff ... Clement O'Toole

Frank Fenton ... Bragan

Sally Fraser ... Susan Meriwether
Edgar Dearing ... Jonathan Meriwether

Rick Vallin ... Al

Kenne Duncan ... Rick

Bob Woodward ... Stagedriver

Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: The Front Trail

11 November 1956
Annie and Lofty try to close the local gambling hall without success. It's owner, the son of a legendary lawman, is convinced that making money is more important than being respected. The young man changes his mind when outlaws pistol whip his father. He agrees to take them across the border to safety, but instead leads them on a wild goose chase.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Tyler MacDuff ... Little Jim Baldwin
Edgar Dearing ... Big Jim Baldwin

Frank Fenton ... Duke Simpson

Sally Fraser ... Nancy Cooper

Rick Vallin ... Al

Kenne Duncan ... Frank
Harry Mackin ... Ed (as Harry Macklin)
Hal K. Dawson ... Ben

Bob Woodward ... Woody

Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Jack Stoney ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 25: Annie Rides the Navajo Trail

18 November 1956
When their handicrafts meant to trade for goods at the local trading post are stolen by white men, the Navajo tribe decides to seek vengeance by going on the warpath. Since whites are forbidden to enter the reservation, even to seek peace, Annie must dress as an Indian maiden to prevent bloodshed.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Victor Millan ... Brave Rider

Walter Reed ... Henry Hayden

William Henry ... Stevens (as Bill Henry)

John Beradino ... Gorman
Tita Aragon ... Little Rider

George J. Lewis ... Chief Angry Owl
Mike Ragan ... Sgt. Yorkton

Season 3, Episode 26: Annie Rings the Bell

25 November 1956
When Annie captures the outlaw who stole Gentleman Jim Corbett's championship belt and returned it to its rightful owner, the ex-world's heavyweight champion volunteers to fight in an exhibition boxing match to raise money for Diablo's new school. Lofty reluctantly agrees to face Corbett when no one else will, but an outlaw gang breaks one of their members out of jail during the bout.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig
Britt Lomond ... Gentleman Jim Corbett

Roy Barcroft ... Steve Stryker

Ron Hagerthy ... Billy Stryker

Slim Pickens ... Ed Morgan
Richard Reeves ... Tomahawk Tommy (as Dick Reeves)
Edgar Dearing ... Sheriff Santee

X Brands ... Peter Maher

Tom Steele ... Bob Fitzsimmons
Jimmie Booth ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Forest Burns ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Herman Hack ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Stage Passenger (uncredited)
Richard LaMarr ... Cornerman (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Stage Passenger (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 27: Santa Claus Wears a Gun

2 December 1956
A elderly sharpshooter, Snowy Kringle, arrives in town for show where he will demonstrate his skill with a flintlock rifle and cap-and-ball pistol. The man who is charged with delivering the Army payroll warns the Deputy Sheriff that the old sharpshooter is really a crook and is probably after the payroll. When the express office is robbed, all the evidence points to the old man, but Annie suspects he's been framed for the crime.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Stanley Andrews ... Snowy Kringle

Keith Richards ... D.K. Rodney

Duane Grey ... Jackson

Paul E. Burns ... Clem Lacey
Ewing Mitchell ... Major Paley

Bob Woodward ... Mr. Thornwald

Season 3, Episode 28: Amateur Outlaw

9 December 1956
Annie, Lofty and Tagg try to help a young Indian when he inherits a stagecoach line with a valuable mail contract after his white patron, the owner of company is bushwhacked and murdered. A rival businessman who craves the contract tries to frame the young brave so he can take over the valuable concession.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

George J. Lewis ... Hopi Bill
Victor Millan ... Desert Fox

Walter Reed ... Jim Miller

William Henry ... Brick Mason - Henchman (as Bill Henry)

John Beradino ... Roscoe Barnes - Henchman

Dick Elliott ... Sykes - Banker
Mike Ragan ... Pete - Henchman

Tom London ... Pop Leeds

Bob Woodward ... Townsman

Clyde Howdy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Rider (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 29: Grubstake Bank

16 December 1956
After years of fruitless prospecting, old Scissorbill Childers finally strikes it rich and decides to use his new-found wealth to open a bank to grubstake other prospectors who are searching for gold and silver. New found wealth always attracts criminals so Lofty has his hands full trying to thwart claim-jumpers and swindlers. To make matters worse, the government assayer determines that Childers' gold ore comes from the same claim as that of a murdered prospector.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Raymond Hatton ... Scissorbill Childers

Walter Reed ... Arthur Berkeley
Grace Field ... Felicity Middleton
Jose Gonzales-Gonzales ... Hernando (as Jose Gonzalez Gonzalez)

Slim Pickens ... Garner

Terry Frost ... Logan
Frank J. Scannell ... Mack Darrell (as Frank Scannell)

Season 3, Episode 30: Treasure Map

30 December 1956
Annie, Tagg and Lofty try to help a history buff who believes he has found a map that could lead to gold hidden by the Spanish explorer Coronado over in the early 1500s. The man's search for the treasure is hindered by a gang of outlaws who want the loot for themselves.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Leonard Penn ... Jeff Warren

Lane Bradford ... Hardy Peel

House Peters Jr. ... Sully Martin

Glenn Strange ... Ernie Barker

Shelley Fabares ... Prudy Warren

Bob Woodward ... Bill Edwards

Chick Hannan ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 31: Annie and the Miser

20 January 1957
Annie and Lofty investigate when two outlaws hold-up the messenger carrying the Cattlemen's Association receipts to the bank. They loose the trail near the shack of a strange old junk collector who claims to have no knowledge of the robbery or the criminals. Annie doesn't buy the man's story and sneaks into the man's home to search for clues to where the money has been stashed.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Roscoe Ates ... Neighborly Walsh

Stanley Andrews ... Fred Agnew

Lane Bradford ... Silent Joe

William Henry ... Monks (as Bill Henry)

Season 3, Episode 32: Tuffy

3 February 1957
An ex-convict recently released from prison is killed by outlaws before he can recover the gold he stole ten years earlier. The crooks believe he may have confided the location of the hidden loot to his son. When the youngster insists on visiting a ghost town while en route to his aunt's home in Colorado, it appears that the boy may know something after all.

Season 3, Episode 33: Dude's Decision

10 February 1957
A retired army officer who has been recalled to active duty in Washington decides to sell his valuable ranch for less than market value just to be rid of the property. He places advertisements in every major newspaper west of the Mississippi seeking buyers. His advertisement not only attracts men interested in real estate, but outlaws who are interested in the large sums of cash the buyers are carrying.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

William Phipps ... Earl Wallace (as Bill Phipps)

Myron Healey ... Link
Ewing Mitchell ... Colonel Granger

Carolyn Craig ... Penny Granger
Robert Hinkle ... Reno
Jock C. Watt ... Land Company Buyer

Bob Woodward ... Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 34: The Dutch Gunmaker

17 February 1957
A Dutch gunsmith, the inventor of an new rifle with superior range, plans to give the weapon to the United States Army in gratitude for being allowed to immigrate. A crooked businessman decides to take advantage of the man's patriotism and sends an impostor posing as an officer to take possession of the gun before the real colonel can arrive in Diablo.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Gabriel Curtiz ... Hans van Bergen (as Gábor Curtiz)

Helene Marshall ... Mary Farnsworth

Walter Reed ... Steve Scribner

Barry Curtis ... Billy Nelson

Carleton Young ... Col. Jackson
Baynes Barron ... Al Jensen
Joel Ashley ... John Reed

Bob Woodward ... Stagecoach Driver
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Tex Palmer ... Townsman (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Townsman (uncredited)
Lucile Sewall ... Townswoman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 35: Desperate Men

24 February 1957
While Annie and Lofty pursue an outlaw who killed a sheriff, Tagg tries to coach his schoolteacher on the finer points of romance.

Gail Davis ... Annie Oakley

Jimmy Hawkins ... Tagg Oakley
Brad Johnson ... Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig

William Henry ... Buck Kirby (as Bill Henry)
Nancy Hale ... Deborah Scott

Donald Curtis ... Rush Harper

Stanley Andrews ... Chet Osgood
Charles Hayes ... Sid Muncy

Hank Patterson ... Jake Wilkin

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