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"Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color" (1954) More at IMDbPro »"Disneyland" (original title)

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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Disneyland Story

27 October 1954
In this, the pilot episode for the long-running anthology series, Walt Disney presents a preview for both his upcoming park called Disneyland and several episodes of the show to come. Then the show focuses primarily on the career of Mickey Mouse.
Jack Couffer ... Himself (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Kirk Douglas ... Himself

Norman Foster ... Himself
Conrad L. Hall ... Himself (archive footage) (as Conrad Hall)
Ward Kimball ... Himself

Peter Lorre ... Himself

Fess Parker ... Himself
Olin Sewall Pettingill Jr. ... Himself (archive footage) (as Sewall Pettingill)
Ben Sharpsteen ... Himself
Marc Davis ... Himself (uncredited)
Milt Kahl ... Himself (uncredited)
John Lounsbery ... Himself (uncredited)
Helene Stanley ... Herself (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Alice in Wonderland

3 November 1954
Alice in Wonderland (1951) edited for television presentation.

Kathryn Beaumont ... Alice (voice) (archive footage)

Ed Wynn ... The Mad Hatter (voice) (archive footage)

Richard Haydn ... The Caterpillar (voice) (archive footage)

Sterling Holloway ... The Cheshire Cat (voice) (archive footage)
Jerry Colonna ... The March Hare (voice) (archive footage)

Verna Felton ... The Queen of Hearts (voice) (archive footage)

J. Pat O'Malley ... The Walrus / The Carpenter / Tweedledee / Tweedledum (voice) (archive footage)
Bill Thompson ... The White Rabbit / The Dodo (voice) (archive footage)

Heather Angel ... Alice's Sister (voice) (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 1, Episode 3: The Vanishing Prairie/Seal Island

10 November 1954


James Algar ... Himself
Dick Borden ... Himself (archive footage)
Cleveland P. Grant ... Himself (archive footage) (as Cleveland Grant)
Ruth Grant ... Herself (archive footage)
Tom McHugh ... Himself (archive footage)
James R. Simon ... Himself (archive footage) (as James Simon)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Donald Duck Story

17 November 1954
Walt Disney takes a look at the story of the creation of Donald Duck and his later career.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck (voice)

Season 1, Episode 5: So Dear to My Heart

24 November 1954
So Dear to My Heart (1948) edited for television presentation.

Burl Ives ... Uncle Hiram Douglas (archive footage)

Beulah Bondi ... Granny Kincaid (archive footage)

Bobby Driscoll ... Jerry Kincaid (archive footage)
Luana Patten ... Tildy (archive footage)

Harry Carey ... Judge at County Fair (archive footage)
Raymond Bond ... Storekeeper (archive footage)
Walter Soderling ... Grampa Meeker (archive footage)
Matt Willis ... Burns - Horse Trainer (archive footage)
Spelman B. Collins ... Judge (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Daniel Haight ... Storekeeper's Son (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: A Story of Dogs

1 December 1954
As the episode implies, this episode is mostly about dogs. The first half of this episode is a behind-the-scenes look at "Lady and the Tramp", which would be released next summer. The second half is on the highlights of Disney's first canine star, Pluto.
Bill Baucom ... Himself
Tom Codrick ... Himself

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Clyde Geronimi ... Himself (as Jerry Geronimi)
Wilfred Jackson ... Himself
Milt Kahl ... Himself
Barbara Luddy ... Herself
Erdman Penner ... Himself (as Ed Penner)
Wolfgang Reitherman ... Himself (as Woolie Reitherman)
Joe Rinaldi ... Himself
Frank Thomas ... Himself
Bill Thompson ... Himself
Pinto Colvig ... Pluto (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Operation Undersea

8 December 1954
Walt Disney tells the history of the exploration of the sea.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Winston Hibler ... Himself

Kirk Douglas ... Himself
Earl Felton ... Himself

Richard Fleischer ... Himself
Til Gabani ... Himself

Peter Lorre ... Himself

Paul Lukas ... Himself

James Mason ... Himself
Fred Zendar ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 8: Davy Crockett: Indian Fighter

15 December 1954
Davy seeks a truce with his foes, the Indians.

Fess Parker ... Davy Crockett

Buddy Ebsen ... George Russel
Basil Ruysdael ... General Jackson

William Bakewell ... Major Tobias Norton
Helene Stanley ... Polly Crockett
Pat Hogan ... Redstick
Eugene Brindel ... Billy
Ray Whitetree ... Johnny

Season 1, Episode 9: A Present for Donald

22 December 1954
The Three Caballeros (1944) edited for television presentation.
Aurora Miranda ... Brazilian Girl (voice) (archive footage)
Carmen Molina ... Mexican Girl (voice) (archive footage)
Dora Luz ... Mexican Girl (voice) (archive footage)
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck (voice) (archive footage)
Joaquin Garay ... Panchito (archive footage)
José Oliveira ... Joe Caricoca (voice) (archive footage) (as José Oliviera)
Nestor Amaral ... (voice) (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 1, Episode 10: Beaver Valley/Cameras in Africa

29 December 1954

Alfred Milotte ... Himself (as Al Milotte)
Elma Milotte ... Herself (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Treasure Island: Part 1

5 January 1955
Treasure Island (1950) re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Bobby Driscoll ... Jim Hawkins (archive footage)

Robert Newton ... Long John Silver (archive footage)
Basil Sydney ... Captain Smollett (archive footage)
Walter Fitzgerald ... Squire Trelawney (archive footage)
Denis O'Dea ... Dr. Livesey (archive footage)

Finlay Currie ... Captain Billy Bones (archive footage)
Ralph Truman ... George Merry (archive footage)
Geoffrey Keen ... Israel Hands (archive footage)

John Laurie ... Blind Pew (archive footage)
Francis De Wolff ... Black Dog (archive footage)
David Davies ... Mr. Arrow - First Mate on Hispanola (archive footage)
John Gregson ... Tom Redruth (archive footage)
Andrew Blackett ... Gray (archive footage)
William Devlin ... Morgan (archive footage)
Howard Douglas ... Williams (archive footage)
Harry Locke ... Haggott (archive footage)
Sam Kydd ... Cady (archive footage)
Stephen Jack ... Job Anderson (archive footage)
Harold Jamieson ... Scully (archive footage)

Patrick Troughton ... Roach (archive footage)
Paddy Brannigan ... Hunter (archive footage)
Ken Buckle ... Joyce (archive footage)
Freddy Clark ... Bray (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 1, Episode 12: Treasure Island: Part 2

12 January 1955
Treasure Island (1950) re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Bobby Driscoll ... Jim Hawkins (archive footage)

Robert Newton ... Long John Silver (archive footage)
Basil Sydney ... Captain Smollett (archive footage)
Walter Fitzgerald ... Squire Trelawney (archive footage)
Denis O'Dea ... Dr. Livesey (archive footage)
Ralph Truman ... George Merry (archive footage)
Geoffrey Keen ... Israel Hands (archive footage)
Geoffrey Wilkinson ... Ben Gunn (archive footage)
Andrew Blackett ... Gray (archive footage)
William Devlin ... Morgan (archive footage)
Harry Locke ... Haggott (archive footage)
Sam Kydd ... Cady (archive footage)
Stephen Jack ... Job Anderson (archive footage)

Patrick Troughton ... Roach (archive footage)
Paddy Brannigan ... Hunter (archive footage)
Ken Buckle ... Joyce (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 1, Episode 13: Monsters of the Deep

19 January 1955


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Kirk Douglas ... Himself

Peter Lorre ... Himself

Cliff Edwards ... Jiminy Cricket (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Davy Crockett Goes to Congress

26 January 1955
The second of five programs about Davy Crockett involves him being bored with life, so he and Georgie plan to resettle their families and file their claims. In town, Davy wins a gunfight against the town bully, Big Foot Mason, and, as a result, he becomes the town lawman.

Fess Parker ... Davy Crockett

Buddy Ebsen ... George Russel
Basil Ruysdael ... Andrew Jackson

William Bakewell ... Norton

Mike Mazurki ... Big Foot
Helene Stanley ... Polly Crockett
Jeff Thompson ... Two Shirts
Henry Joyner ... Swaney
Campbell Brown ... Bruno (as Col. Campbell Brown)
Benjamin Hornbuckle ... Henderson
Hal Youngblood ... Opponent Political Speaker
Jim Maddux ... 1st. Congressman
Robert Booth ... 2nd. Congressman

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Tom Tichenor ... Congressman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: The Wind in the Willows

2 February 1955
Features the "The Wind in the Willows" section of The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949).

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Basil Rathbone ... Narrator (edited from: The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad) (voice) (archive footage)
Eric Blore ... Mr. Toad (edited from: The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad) (voice) (archive footage)

J. Pat O'Malley ... Cyril Proudbottom (voice) (archive footage)
John McLeish ... Prosecutor (edited from: The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad) (voice) (archive footage) (as John Ployardt)
Colin Campbell ... Mole (edited from: The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad) (voice) (archive footage)
Campbell Grant ... Angus McBadger (edited from: The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad) (voice) (archive footage)
Claud Allister ... Rat (edited from: The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad) (voice) (archive footage)

Season 1, Episode 16: A Progress Report/Nature's Half Acre

9 February 1955


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 1, Episode 17: Cavalcade of Songs

16 February 1955
Walt discusses the importance of music in his films, as he mentions important tunes from them, as well as provide emphasis on the music of the then-upcoming Lady and the Tramp (1955).
Sonny Burke ... Himself
Pinto Colvig ... Himself

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Firehouse Five Plus Two ... Themselves
Ward Kimball ... Himself

Peggy Lee ... Herself
The Mellomen ... Themselves
Erdman Penner ... Himself (as Ed Penner)
Thurl Ravenscroft ... Himself
Joe Rinaldi ... Himself
John Sibley ... Himself
Frank Thomas ... Himself
Oliver Wallace ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 18: Davy Crockett at the Alamo

23 February 1955
The third of five programs about Davy Crockett involves him, Georgie and a riverboat gambler they meet searching for a new adventure, which leads them to the Alamo, which they must defend.

Season 1, Episode 19: From Aesop to Hans Christian Andersen

2 March 1955


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 1, Episode 20: Man in Space

9 March 1955
With a combination of documentary footage and animation, the science and history of rockets, and the effects of space travel on man are illustrated.

Dick Tufeld ... Narrator (voice)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)
Heinz Haber ... Himself (uncredited)
Ward Kimball ... Himself (uncredited)
Willy Ley ... Himself (uncredited)

Wernher von Braun ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: The Pre-Opening Report from Disneyland/A Tribute to Mickey Mouse

13 July 1955

Nancy Abbate ... Herself
Julie Bishop ... Herself
Lonnie Burr ... Himself

Robert Cummings ... Himself

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Himself

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Jimmie Dodd ... Himself

Irene Dunne ... Herself

Annette Funicello ... Herself
Judy Harriet ... Herself
Winston Hibler ... Himself

Art Linkletter ... Himself

Peter Lorre ... Himself

Fred MacMurray ... Himself
Cubby O'Brien ... Himself

Fess Parker ... Davy Crockett
Karen Pendleton ... Herself

Ronald Reagan ... Himself
Bronson Scott ... Herself

Frank Sinatra Jr. ... Himself

Frank Sinatra ... Himself

Gale Storm ... Herself

Danny Thomas ... Himself
Ned Wever ... Announcer (voice)
Roy Williams ... Himself

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Dumbo

14 September 1955
Dumbo (1941) edited for television presentation.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Edward Brophy ... Timothy Q. Mouse (voice) (archive footage)

Sterling Holloway ... Mr. Stork (voice) (archive footage)
Herman Bing ... Ringmaster (voice) (archive footage)

Cliff Edwards ... Dandy Crow (voice) (archive footage)

Verna Felton ... Elephant Matriarch (voice) (archive footage)
Billy Bletcher ... Clown (voice) (archive footage)
Jim Carmichael ... Crow (voice) (archive footage)
Malcolm Hutton ... Skinny (voice) (archive footage)
Hall Johnson ... Crow (voice) (archive footage)
Harold Manley ... Boy (voice) (archive footage)
John McLeish ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage)
Tony Neil ... Boy (voice) (archive footage)
Sarah Selby ... Elephant (voice) (archive footage)
Billy Sheets ... Joe (voice) (archive footage)
Chuck Stubbs ... Boy (voice) (archive footage)
Margaret Wright ... Casey Jr. (voice) (archive footage)

Season 2, Episode 2: Behind the True-Life Cameras/Olympic Elk

21 September 1955


James Algar ... Himself
Clare Anderson ... Herself (archive footage)
William A. Anderson ... Himself (archive footage) (as Bill Anderson)
Robert H. Crandall ... Himself (archive footage) (as Bob Crandall)
Alfred Milotte ... Himself (archive footage) (as Al Milotte)
Elma Milotte ... Herself (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Jiminy Cricket Presents Bongo

28 September 1955
Jiminy Cricket tells the story of a circus bear named Bongo, who is so dissatisfied with his circus life that he runs away into the wild.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Cliff Edwards ... Jiminy Cricket (voice)

Season 2, Episode 4: People and Places: Tiburon, Sardinia, Morocco/Icebreakers

5 October 1955


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 2, Episode 5: Adventures of Mickey Mouse

12 October 1955
Walt looks at the career of his longtime associate, Mickey Mouse.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Story of the Silly Symphony

19 October 1955
Walt looks backward at the Silly Symphony cartoon series, explaining that many of the techniques used in the Disney Studios' animated features were first perfected in those short subjects.

Walt Disney ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 7: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

26 October 1955
Features The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (1949), originally from The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949).

Bing Crosby ... Narrator (edited from: The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad) (voice) (archive footage)

John Dehner ... Washington Irving (voice)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 2, Episode 8: The Story of Robin Hood: Part 1

2 November 1955
The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men (1952) re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Richard Todd ... Robin Hood (archive footage)
Joan Rice ... Maid Marian (archive footage)

Peter Finch ... The Sheriff of Nottingham (archive footage)
James Hayter ... Friar Tuck (archive footage)

James Robertson Justice ... Little John (archive footage) (as James Robertson)
Martita Hunt ... Queen Eleanor (archive footage)
Hubert Gregg ... Prince John (archive footage)
Bill Owen ... Stutely (archive footage)
Reginald Tate ... Hugh Fitzooth (archive footage)
Anthony Eustrel ... The Archbishop of Canterbury (archive footage)
Patrick Barr ... King Richard the Lionhearted (archive footage)
Anthony Forwood ... Will Scarlet (archive footage)

Michael Hordern ... Scathelock (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 2, Episode 9: The Story of Robin Hood: Part 2

9 November 1955
The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men (1952) re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Richard Todd ... Robin Hood (archive footage)
Joan Rice ... Maid Marian (archive footage)

Peter Finch ... The Sheriff of Nottingham (archive footage)
James Hayter ... Friar Tuck (archive footage)

James Robertson Justice ... Little John (archive footage) (as James Robertson)
Martita Hunt ... Queen Eleanor (archive footage)
Hubert Gregg ... Prince John (archive footage)
Bill Owen ... Stutely (archive footage)
Reginald Tate ... Hugh Fitzooth (archive footage)
Anthony Eustrel ... The Archbishop of Canterbury (archive footage)
Patrick Barr ... King Richard the Lionhearted (archive footage)
Anthony Forwood ... Will Scarlet (archive footage)

Michael Hordern ... Scathelock (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 2, Episode 10: Davy Crockett's Keelboat Race

16 November 1955
The fourth of five programs about Davy Crockett involves Davy and Georgie ending a particularly successful season of trapping and hunting with the hopes of easy sales, only for such hopes to be dashed by the self-proclaimed "King of the River", Mike Fink, and a band of renegade Indians that have been notorious for attacking passing boats.

Fess Parker ... Davy Crockett

Buddy Ebsen ... George Russel
Jeff York ... Mike Fink

Kenneth Tobey ... Jocko

Clem Bevans ... Captain Cobb
Irvin Ashkenazy ... Moose

Mort Mills ... Sam Mason
Paul Newlan ... Big Harpe
Frank Richards ... Little Harpe
Troy Melton ... Hank
Dick Crockett ... Ben

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 2, Episode 11: The Story of the Animated Drawing

30 November 1955
Walt Disney discusses the history of animation.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
The Philadelphia Orchestra ... Themselves (archive footage)

Leopold Stokowski ... Himelf (conductor in 'Fantasia') (archive footage)
Oliver Wallace ... Himself
Émile Reynaud ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: The Goofy Success Story

7 December 1955
Goofy's rise to stardom is featured here, starting with a look at Hollywood, where talent scouts seek out the next superstar. They find Goofy in a movie theater watching a Mickey Mouse cartoon and laughing at it, and he is "discovered". And so begins the career of an actor with a unique laugh.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Jack Bailey ... Narrator (voice)
Pinto Colvig ... Goofy (voice)

Hans Conried ... J.B. (voice)
Dick Wesson ... Announcer (voice)

Season 2, Episode 13: Davy Crockett and the River Pirates

14 December 1955
In the final of the five Davy Crockett programs, Davy and Georgie, with the help of Mike Fink and his crew, battle pirates, who, disguised as Indians, raid traveling boats on the river.

Fess Parker ... Davy Crockett

Buddy Ebsen ... George Russel
Jeff York ... Mike Fink

Kenneth Tobey ... Jocko
Irvin Ashkenazy ... Moose

Mort Mills ... Sam Mason
Paul Newlan ... Big Harpe
Frank Richards ... Little Harpe

Hank Worden ... Fiddler
Walter Catlett ... Colonel Plug

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 2, Episode 14: Man and the Moon

28 December 1955
The moon is the subject here. Man's fascination with the moon (via animation) is presented, as is the moon's usage in popular culture (from Shakespeare to nursery rhymes to popular songs). Also, superstitions and suppositions associated with the moon is presented. Then scientific research on the moon is shown, followed by plans for (and then a simulation of) an actual trip around the moon.
Frank Gerstle ... Rocket Ship Crew
Richard Emory ... Rocket Ship Crew
Frank Connor ... Rocket Ship Crew
Leo Needham ... Rocket Ship Crew

Wernher von Braun ... Himself (as Dr. Wernher von Braun)
Edgar Barrier ... Narrator - First Animated Sequence (voice) (uncredited) (unconfirmed)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)
Ward Kimball ... Himself (uncredited)

Dick Tufeld ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: When Knighthood Was in Flower: Part 1

4 January 1956
_Sword and the Rose, The (1953)_ re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Richard Todd ... Charles Brandon (archive footage)

Glynis Johns ... Mary Tudor (archive footage)

James Robertson Justice ... King Henry VIII (archive footage) (as James Robertson-Justice)

Michael Gough ... Duke of Buckingham (archive footage)
Jane Barrett ... Lady Margaret (archive footage)

Peter Copley ... Sir Edwin Caskoden (archive footage)
Ernest Jay ... Lord Chamberlain (archive footage)
D.A. Clarke-Smith ... Cardinal Wolsey (archive footage)
Jean Mercure ... Louis XII (archive footage)

Gérard Oury ... Dauphin of France (archive footage)
Fernand Fabre ... DeLongueville (archive footage)
Gaston Richer ... Antoine Duprat (archive footage)
Rosalie Crutchley ... Queen Katherine (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 2, Episode 16: When Knighthood Was in Flower: Part 2

11 January 1956
_Sword and the Rose, The (1953)_ re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Richard Todd ... Charles Brandon (archive footage)

Glynis Johns ... Mary Tudor (archive footage)

James Robertson Justice ... King Henry VIII (archive footage) (as James Robertson-Justice)

Michael Gough ... Duke of Buckingham (archive footage)
Jane Barrett ... Lady Margaret (archive footage)

Peter Copley ... Sir Edwin Caskoden (archive footage)
Ernest Jay ... Lord Chamberlain (archive footage)
D.A. Clarke-Smith ... Cardinal Wolsey (archive footage)
Jean Mercure ... Louis XII (archive footage)

Gérard Oury ... Dauphin of France (archive footage)
Fernand Fabre ... DeLongueville (archive footage)
Gaston Richer ... Antoine Duprat (archive footage)
Rosalie Crutchley ... Queen Katherine (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 2, Episode 17: A Tribute to Joel Chandler Harris

18 January 1956
Walt looks at the history of Joel Chandler Harris, author of the Uncle Remus stories.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Jonathan Hale ... J.A. Turner
Sam McDaniel ... Herbert
Harry Shannon ... Mr. Wilson
David Stollery ... Young Joel
Barbara Woodell ... Mrs. Harris

Season 2, Episode 18: A Day in the Life of Donald Duck

1 February 1956
This episode follows the events of Donald Duck as he struggles through a typical day at the Disney Studio. Along the way, he meets Jimmie Dodd, Roy Williams, the Mouseketeers and the actor that does his voice, Clarence Nash.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Sharon Baird ... Sharon (archive footage)
Bobby Burgess ... Bobby (archive footage)

Jimmie Dodd ... Jimmy (archive footage)

Annette Funicello ... Annette (archive footage)
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck (voice) / Himself
Cubby O'Brien ... Cubby (archive footage)
Doreen Tracey ... Doreen (archive footage)
Roy Williams ... Roy (archive footage)

Season 2, Episode 19: Survival in Nature

8 February 1956


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Winston Hibler ... Narrator (voice)

Season 2, Episode 20: Our Unsung Villains

15 February 1956
The Slave in the Magic Mirror hosts this tribute to Disney villains, claiming that without whom, no one would need heroes.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
James Baskett ... Br'er Fox (voice) (archive footage)
Billy Bletcher ... The Big Bad Wolf (voice) (archive footage)

Hans Conried ... Slave in the Magic Mirror / Captain Hook (voice) (archive footage)
Lucille La Verne ... The Wicked Queen (voice) (archive footage)
Nick Stewart ... Br'er Bear (voice) (archive footage)

Season 2, Episode 21: A Trip Thru Adventureland/Water Birds

29 February 1956


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 2, Episode 22: On Vacation

7 March 1956
Walt Disney, who is on vacation, gives Jiminy Cricket a phone call to take over hosting duties for one TV episode while he is away. Jiminy decides to gather the other Disney stars together to help him out. Unfortunately, they, too, are on vacation, but how they are spending their respective vacations helps put the show together for him.
Pinto Colvig ... Pluto / Goofy (voice)

Walt Disney ... Mickey Mouse (voice) (archive footage)

Cliff Edwards ... Jiminy Cricket (voice)
Marcellite Garner ... Minnie Mouse (voice) (archive footage)
George Johnson ... Goofy (voice) (archive footage)
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck (voice)

Season 2, Episode 23: Stormy, the Thoroughbred

14 March 1956
Stormy, the Thoroughbred (1954) edited for television presentation.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Winston Hibler ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage)

Season 2, Episode 24: The Goofy Sports Story

21 March 1956
Walt introduces the narrator, Spyrus Olympopolus, to demonstrate how the ancient sports practiced in foreign countries have evolved into the games of today. Spyros illustrates this using Goofy.
Pinto Colvig ... Goofy (voice)

Walt Disney ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 25: Where Do the Stories Come From?

4 April 1956
Walt answers the often-asked question of just where the stories for his studio's cartoons come from, which is from practically anywhere.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Kirk Douglas ... Himself
Ollie Johnston ... Himself
Ward Kimball ... Himself
Oliver Wallace ... Himself
Milt Banta ... Himself (uncredited)
Al Bertino ... Himself (uncredited)
David Detiege ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: Behind the Scenes with Fess Parker

30 May 1956


Fess Parker ... Himself / James J Andrews
Jeff York ... William Campbell
John Lupton ... William Pittenger
Eddie Firestone ... Robert Buffum

Kenneth Tobey ... Anthoney Murphy
Don Megowan ... Marion A. Ross

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Jeffrey Hunter ... Himself

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Antarctica: Past and Present

12 September 1956


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 3, Episode 2: The Great Cat Family

19 September 1956
Walt talks about the cat family, primarily focusing on lions and domestic cats. It is explained particularly on the cats' importance to ancient Egypt and how some people would respect them, and others would fear them as superstitious beings.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

John Dehner ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 3: Searching for Nature's Mysteries

26 September 1956

Fanny Crandall ... Herself (archive footage)
Robert H. Crandall ... Himself (archive footage) (as Robert Crandall)
Mildred Deusing ... Herself (archive footage)
Murl Deusing ... Himself (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Winston Hibler ... Himself
Stuart V. Jewell ... Himself (archive footage) (as Stuart Jewell)
George MacGinitie ... Himself (archive footage)
Nettie MacGinitie ... Herself (archive footage)
John Nash Ott Jr. ... Himself (archive footage)
Tilden W. Roberts ... Himself (archive footage) (as Dr. Tilden W. Roberts)

Season 3, Episode 4: Rob Roy: Part 1

3 October 1956
_Rob Roy, the Highland Rogue (1953)_ re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Richard Todd ... Rob Roy MacGregor (archive footage)

Glynis Johns ... Helen Mary McPherson MacGregor (archive footage)

James Robertson Justice ... Duke Campbell of Argyll (archive footage) (as James Robertson)

Michael Gough ... Duke of Montrose (archive footage)

Finlay Currie ... Hamish MacPherson (archive footage)
Jean Taylor Smith ... Lady Margaret Campbell MacGregor of Glengyll (archive footage)
Geoffrey Keen ... Killearn (archive footage)
Archie Duncan ... Dugal MacGregor (archive footage)
Russell Waters ... Hugh MacGregor (archive footage)
Marjorie Fielding ... Maggie MacPherson (archive footage)

Eric Pohlmann ... King George I (archive footage)
Ina De La Haye ... The Countess (archive footage)

Michael Goodliffe ... Robert Walpole (archive footage)
John McEnvoy ... Nabby MacGregor (archive footage)
Stevenson Lang ... Keith MacGregor (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 3, Episode 5: Rob Roy: Part 2

10 October 1956
_Rob Roy, the Highland Rogue (1953)_ re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Richard Todd ... Rob Roy MacGregor (archive footage)

Glynis Johns ... Helen Mary McPherson MacGregor (archive footage)

James Robertson Justice ... Duke Campbell of Argyll (archive footage) (as James Robertson)

Michael Gough ... Duke of Montrose (archive footage)

Finlay Currie ... Hamish MacPherson (archive footage)
Jean Taylor Smith ... Lady Margaret Campbell MacGregor of Glengyll (archive footage)
Geoffrey Keen ... Killearn (archive footage)
Archie Duncan ... Dugal MacGregor (archive footage)
Russell Waters ... Hugh MacGregor (archive footage)
Marjorie Fielding ... Maggie MacPherson (archive footage)

Eric Pohlmann ... King George I (archive footage)
Ina De La Haye ... The Countess (archive footage)

Michael Goodliffe ... Robert Walpole (archive footage)
John McEnvoy ... Nabby MacGregor (archive footage)
Stevenson Lang ... Keith MacGregor (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 3, Episode 6: Goofy's Cavalcade of Sports

17 October 1956


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 3, Episode 7: Behind the Cameras in Lapland/The Alaskan Eskimo

24 October 1956


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Winston Hibler ... Narrator (voice)

Season 3, Episode 8: The Plausible Impossible

31 October 1956
Walt Disney explains some of the techniques of animation.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Leopold Stokowski ... Himself (conductor) (archive footage)
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Cameras in Samoa/The Holland Story

7 November 1956


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 3, Episode 10: Along the Oregon Trail

14 November 1956


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Fess Parker ... John 'Doc' Grayson
Jeff York ... Hank Breckinridge

Sebastian Cabot ... Bissonette

Iron Eyes Cody ... Chief Many Stars
Kathleen Crowley ... Laura Thompson

Phyllis Coates ... Mrs. Martin

Morgan Woodward ... 'Obie' Foster
Roy Gordon ... Judge Foster
Leslie Bradley ... Spencer Armitage
David Stollery ... Dan Thompson
Karen Pendleton

Paul Petersen

Season 3, Episode 11: At Home with Donald Duck

21 November 1956
The program centers on Donald Duck and his nephews, who buy a box of cigars for their uncle's birthday and when he finds them with cigars, he makes them smoke the entire box. But when he realizes the cigars were meant to be his birthday present, he makes it up to them by throwing THEM a party. The balance of the story involves the party guests watching several old Disney cartoons.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck / Huey / Dewey / Louie (voice)

Season 3, Episode 12: Pluto's Day

12 December 1956
Walt Disney looks at a typical day in Pluto's life.
Pinto Colvig ... Pluto (voice)

Walt Disney ... Himself / Mickey Mouse (archive footage)
James MacDonald ... Mickey Mouse (voice)

Season 3, Episode 13: Your Host, Donald Duck

16 January 1957
Donald Duck convinces Walt Disney to let him take over the hosting duties for one episode. Then he goes on to host an episode that he calls "The Duckland Four-In-One Show", where he goes through his own versions of the lands of Disneyland.

Season 3, Episode 14: Our Friend the Atom

23 January 1957
Dr. Heinz Haber, a noted scientist in the field of atomic energy, hosts this look at the possibility of an exciting new power source. He starts by comparing atomic energy to a genie in a bottle, both of which capable of doing both good and evil, and it is up to humankind to develop safe controls over this largely unexplored science.
Heinz Haber ... Himself (as Dr. Heinz Haber)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)
Paul Frees ... Old Fisherman / Genie / Aristotle (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: All About Magic

30 January 1957
Walt shows off some magic tricks with the studio props and then turns the show over to the Slave in the Magic Mirror, who hosts a look at some magic-themed cartoons.

Hans Conried ... Slave in the Magic Mirror

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Leopold Stokowski ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: Tricks of Our Trade

13 February 1957
Walt Disney gives a behind-the-scenes look at the technical improvements in animation.
Jack Boyd ... Himself
Marc Davis ... Himself

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Billy House ... Himself (archive footage)
Ollie Johnston ... Himself
Milt Kahl ... Himself
Dan MacManus ... Himself
Joshua Meador ... Himself
Helene Stanley ... Herself
Frank Thomas ... Himself

Leopold Stokowski ... Himself (conductor) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: The Crisler Story/Prowlers of the Everglades

27 February 1957

Winston Hibler ... Narrator
Herb Crisler ... Himself (archive footage)
Lois Crisler ... Herself (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: Man in Flight

6 March 1957


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 3, Episode 19: The Adventure Story

20 March 1957


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Pinto Colvig ... Goofy (voice)

Season 3, Episode 20: Donald's Award

27 March 1957
Walt explains that his cartoon family at the studio has been fun to work with, but also stresses that like most families, his has a problem child: Donald Duck, whose bad conduct had gotten so out of hand that Walt decides to do something about it. He decides to give Donald an award for good conduct if he can keep his conduct in check for a week. To make sure that such a request is upheld, Walt sends Jiminy Cricket to keep an eye on the duck, particularly when the complaint box suddenly turns up empty.
Pinto Colvig ... Pluto (voice)

Walt Disney ... Himself

Cliff Edwards ... Jiminy Cricket (voice)
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck (voice)
Billy Bletcher ... Big Pete (voice) (uncredited)
Paul Frees ... Donald Duck (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: Disneyland, the Park/Pecos Bill

3 April 1957
Walt treats the audience to a tour of Disneyland, followed by the Pecos Bill segment of Melody Time (1948), which had been re-edited for television presentation.

Roy Rogers ... Himself (archive footage)

Bobby Driscoll ... Himself (archive footage)
Luana Patten ... Herself (archive footage)
Sons of the Pioneers ... Themselves (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 22: People of the Desert

10 April 1957


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 3, Episode 23: More About the Silly Symphonies

17 April 1957


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 3, Episode 24: The Yellowstone Story/Bear Country

1 May 1957


James Algar ... Narrator (segment "The Yellowstone Story")
Winston Hibler ... Narrator (segment "Bear Country")

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 25: The Liberty Story

29 May 1957
Walt Disney presents a combination live-action and animated drama of America's historical fight for freedom. Includes a segment from Johnny Tremain, depicting the Boston Tea Party and the battle at Concord, and is followed by Ben and Me.

Sterling Holloway ... Narrator (segment "Ben and Me")

Hal Stalmaster ... Johnny Tremain
Luana Patten
Jeff York
Rusty Lane

Hans Conried ... Thomas Jefferson (uncredited)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 26: Antarctica: Operation Deepfreeze

5 June 1957


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Fourth Anniversary Show

11 September 1957
The first half of this episode, in which Walt celebrates four years on TV, is about how Sergei Prokofieff's composition "Peter and the Wolf", which he played for Walt, convinced him to make a cartoon short based on this piece. After that, the second half involves the real celebration, in which the Mouseketeers from "The Mickey Mouse Club" question Walt on his plans for future shows and convinces the startled studio chief to give a special preview. One of the projects planned is a never made live-action film called "Rainbow Road to Oz".

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Sharon Baird ... Herself - Mouseketeer
Bobby Burgess ... Himself - Mouseketeer / The Scarecrow
Lonnie Burr ... Himself - Mouseketeer
Tommy Cole ... Himself - Mouseketeer

Tim Considine ... Spin

Kevin Corcoran ... Moochie
Jerome Courtland ... Andy Burnett

Jimmie Dodd ... Himself - Mouseketeer
Lynn Fields ... Herself - Mouseketeer

Annette Funicello ... Herself - Mouseketeer / Ozma
Darlene Gillespie ... Herself - Mouseketeer / Dorothy Gale

Don Grady ... Himself - Mouseketeer
Cheryl Holdridge ... Herself - Mouseketeer

Sterling Holloway ... Narrator (segment "Peter and the Wolf") (archive footage)
Linda Hughes ... Herself - Mouseketeer

Tommy Kirk ... Himself
Cubby O'Brien ... Himself - Mouseketeer

Fess Parker ... Himself
Karen Pendleton ... Herself - Mouseketeer
Lynn Ready ... Himself - Mouseketeer
Doreen Tracey ... Herself - Mouseketeer / Patchwork Girl of Oz

Guy Williams ... Zorro
Roy Williams ... Himself - Mouseketeer

Season 4, Episode 2: Four Fabulous Characters

18 September 1957
This is a look at four stories about Americans who became folk heroes: Casey Jones, a railroad engineer who is borderline fanatical on punctuality; Henry Coy and Grace Martin, a couple from two feuding families; Mighty Casey of the Mudville Nine; and Johnny Appleseed.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Jerry Colonna ... Himself
Dennis Day ... Narrator / Johnny Appleseed (voice)
The King's Men ... Singers

Season 4, Episode 3: Adventure in Wildwood Heart

25 September 1957

Joel Colman ... Himself (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Winston Hibler ... Himself
Paul Kenworthy ... Himself (archive footage)
Walter Perkins ... Himself (archive footage)
William Ratcliffe ... Himself (archive footage)

Season 4, Episode 4: The Saga of Andy Burnett: Andy's Initiation

2 October 1957

Jerome Courtland ... Andy Burnett
Jeff York ... Joe Crane

Slim Pickens ... Old Bill Williams

Andrew Duggan ... Jack Kelly

Robert J. Wilke ... Ben Tilton

Iron Eyes Cody ... Mad Wolf

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Abel Fernandez ... Kiasax
John War Eagle ... Chief Matosuki
Ralph Valencia ... Small Eagle
Britt Lomond

Adele Mara
Jorie Wyler ... Nitokeman

John Doucette ... Mountain man (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: The Saga of Andy Burnett: Andy's First Chore

9 October 1957


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Jerome Courtland ... Andy Burnett
Jeff York ... Joe Crane

Slim Pickens ... Old Bill Williams

Andrew Duggan ... Jack Kelly

Robert J. Wilke ... Ben Tilton

Anthony Caruso ... Bill Sublette
Robert Cornthwaite ... Senator Tom Benton

Season 4, Episode 6: The Saga of Andy Burnett: Andy's Love Affair

16 October 1957


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Jerome Courtland ... Andy Burnett
Jeff York ... Joe Crane

Slim Pickens ... Old Bill Williams

Andrew Duggan ... Jack Kelly

Adele Mara ... Estrellita
Britt Lomond ... Captain Paco Reyes
Donald Lawton ... Colonel Delgado

Season 4, Episode 7: Duck for Hire

23 October 1957
Donald decides that he's had enough of show business and so decides to quit his job at Disney and leave, never to return. He goes to the Ajax Employment Agency looking for a job. But things don't go as planned.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck / Huey / Dewey / Louie (voice)
Bill Thompson ... Ajax Employment Agency Proprietor (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 8: Adventures in Fantasy

6 November 1957
Walt takes a look at animating inanimate objects for cartoons.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

The Andrews Sisters ... Themselves (voice)

Sterling Holloway ... Narrator (voice)

Season 4, Episode 9: To the South Pole for Science

13 November 1957


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 4, Episode 10: The Best Doggoned Dog in the World

20 November 1957
Disney has just wrapped up production on a movie inspired by Fred Gipson's novel, "Old Yeller". Dorothy McGuire, one of the stars in that film, tells the audience a few key stories about the movie. Then the second half of the show is a TV airing of the 1955 theatrical featurette, "Arizona Sheepdog".

Rex Allen ... Narrator (segment "Arizona Sheepdog")

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Dorothy McGuire ... Herself

Season 4, Episode 11: How to Relax

27 November 1957
Goofy reveals about mankind's eternal desire to relax. Ever since prehistoric times, when the caveman discovered his thumb, he unfortunately discovered work, too, which robbed him of his ability to relax. So Goofy attempts to demonstrate numerous methods for ensuring sufficient time for leisure.
Pinto Colvig ... Goofy (voice)

Walt Disney ... Himself

John Dehner ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: Mars and Beyond

4 December 1957
The episode begins with an introduction of Walt Disney and his robot friend Garco, who provide a brief overview of this episode, which starts with a look at mankind seeking to understand his world, first noticing patterns in the stars. He develops beliefs regarding the celestial bodies. Theories from scientists and philosophers are discussed. Ptolemy's inaccurate but formerly-accepted theories are discussed, as are those of Copernicus. Life on other planets is considered, soon focusing on Mars. Ideas from science-fiction authors H.G. Wells and Edgar Rice Burroughs are brought to life with colorful animation. Pulp science fiction comics of the time are parodied. Then the program adopts a serious tone as it profiles each of the planets in the solar system, from the perspective of what would happen to man on them. The claim is that whereas most of the planets are either too cold or too hot for life as we know it, life on Mars could almost be normal, something that is of importance for the future. Dr. E.C. Slipher then discusses Mars and the possibility that life already exists there. More animation speculates what the conditions on Mars might be like. This section is filled with striking, inventive and decidedly atypical Disney animation. The show wraps up with what a trip to Mars would entail for a space crew and its vessels. Contributor/spacecraft designer Ernst Stuhlinger presents his design and details regarding a unique umbrella-shaped MarsShip: the top portion is a revolving outer quarters ring providing artificial gravity for the crew of 20, under "parasol" coolant tubes. At the other end is a sodium-potassium reactor to provide power to the midsection electric/ion drive. Attached upright is a chemically-fueled winged tail-lander. The mission shown involves six MarsShips, ultimately reaching 100,000 MPH, taking a 400-day spiral course to Mars where they would spend 412 days on the surface before returning.
Paul Frees ... Narrator (voice)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck (voice) (uncredited)
E.C. Slipher ... Himself (uncredited)
Ernst Stuhlinger ... Himself (uncredited)

Wernher von Braun ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: The Horse of the West

11 December 1957
The story of The Bay Lady, a quarter horse born on Rex Allen's ranch. The Bay Lady is the favorite filly of Elena Vasquez until the young horse is accidentally shipped from the ranch to be sold at an auction.

Rex Allen ... Narrator

Walt Disney ... Himself
Sammy Fancher ... Eleana Vasquez
Jimmy Williams ... The Trainer

Season 4, Episode 14: Faraway Places: High, Hot, and Wet: Siam

1 January 1958


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 4, Episode 15: Saludos Amigos

8 January 1958
Saludos Amigos (1942) edited for television presentation.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 4, Episode 16: Donald's Weekend

15 January 1958
Walt invites the audience to spend a weekend with Donald Duck.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck / Huey / Dewey / Louie (voice)

Season 4, Episode 17: The Littlest Outlaw: Part 1

22 January 1958
_Littlest Outlaw, The (1955)_ re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Pedro Armendáriz ... General Torres (archive footage) (as Pedro Armendariz)

Joseph Calleia ... Padre (archive footage)
Rodolfo Acosta ... Chato (archive footage)

Andrés Velázquez ... Pablito (archive footage) (as Andres Velasquez)
Pepe Ortiz ... Don Pepe (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 4, Episode 18: The Littlest Outlaw: Part 2

29 January 1958
_Littlest Outlaw, The (1955)_ re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Pedro Armendáriz ... General Torres (archive footage) (as Pedro Armendariz)

Joseph Calleia ... Padre (archive footage)
Rodolfo Acosta ... Chato (archive footage)

Andrés Velázquez ... Pablito (archive footage) (as Andres Velasquez)
Pepe Ortiz ... Don Pepe (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 4, Episode 19: The Saga of Andy Burnett: The Land of Enemies

26 February 1958

Season 4, Episode 20: The Saga of Andy Burnett: White Man's Medicine

5 March 1958

Season 4, Episode 21: The Saga of Andy Burnett: The Big Council

12 March 1958


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Jerome Courtland ... Andy Burnett
Jeff York ... Joe Crane

Slim Pickens ... Old Bill Williams

Andrew Duggan ... Jack Kelly

Iron Eyes Cody ... Mad Wolf
Abel Fernandez ... Chief Kiasak
John War Eagle ... Matosuki
Ralph Valencia ... Little Eagle
Jorie Wyler ... Nitokeman

Season 4, Episode 22: Magic and Music

19 March 1958
The Slave in the Magic Mirror returns to host this look at one of his favorite subjects: the magic of music.

Hans Conried ... Slave in the Magic Mirror

Walt Disney ... Himself

Leopold Stokowski ... Himself (seen in silhouette only) (archive footage)

Season 4, Episode 23: An Adventure in the Magic Kingdom

9 April 1958
Tinker Bell takes the audience on a whirlwind tour of Disneyland.

Walt Disney ... Himself
Dick Wesson ... Narrator (voice)

Season 4, Episode 24: Four Tales on a Mouse

16 April 1958


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Pinto Colvig ... Goofy (voice) (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 25: An Adventure in Art

30 April 1958

Marc Davis ... Himself - Artist

Walt Disney ... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Eyvind Earle ... Himself - Artist
Joshua Meador ... Himself - Artist (as Josh Meador)
Walt Peregoy ... Himself - Artist

Season 4, Episode 26: Magic Highway U.S.A.

14 May 1958
The theme of this is the significance of the American highway, featuring the history of motoring, which explains that to drive the first cars was quite an adventure in itself, due to awful roads (which back then were not much more than rutted wagon paths) and the scarcity of fuel supplies and spare parts, not to mention the lack of useful maps and signposts, resulting in short drives turning into day-long affairs.

Walt Disney ... Himself
Marvin Miller ... Narrator (voice)

Robert Shayne ... Highway Engineer

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: The Nine Lives of Elfego Baca

3 October 1958
Wherever this man went--there was trouble. Death stalked him at every turn. Elfego Baca is "The man who couldn't be killed!" Incredible...but every astounding incident actually happened.

Robert Loggia ... Elfego Baca

Robert F. Simon ... Deputy Marshal Ed Morgan
Lisa Montell ... Anita Chavez

Nestor Paiva ... Justice of the Peace
Leonard Strong ... Zangana Martinez
Charles Maxwell ... Dice Smith
Robert Hover ... Jim Spears (credit only) (as Linc Foster)
Rico Alaniz ... El Sinverguenza (credit only)
Roberto Contreras ... Miner (uncredited)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)
Joe Dominguez ... Du Lucia - Prisoner (uncredited)
Charles Horvath ... Lee Bartlett (uncredited)
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Arturo Baca (uncredited)
Tom London ... Deputy Carson (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: The Pigeon That Worked a Miracle

10 October 1958
Young Chad Smith becomes an invalid after a baseball game, and is forced to trade in his favorite pastime for pigeon racing. Through this newfound hobby, he develops affection for one of his pigeons who suddenly flies away, in order to escape a neighborhood predator. Filmed mostly in documentary style, the movie tells the tale of this special pigeon and his journey throughout the countryside, before his eventual return to the boy who loved him.
Bradley Payne ... Chad Smith
Winifred Davenport ... Mrs. Smith

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
George Fenneman ... Narrator (voice)

Season 5, Episode 3: Four Down and Five Lives to Go

17 October 1958


Robert Loggia ... Elfego Baca

Robert F. Simon ... Deputy Marshal Ed Morgan
Lisa Montell ... Anita Chavez

Nestor Paiva ... Justice of the Peace Santero
Leonard Strong ... Zanaga Martinez
Charles Maxwell
Robert Hover ... Kim Spears (as Linc Foster)
Rico Alaniz ... El Sinverguenza
James Anderson ... Rustler Turning Himself In (uncredited)
Bill Clark ... Rustler Turning Himself In (uncredited)

James Coburn ... Mexican Police Captain (uncredited)
John Daheim ... Stranger at Party (uncredited)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Tom London ... Deputy Sheriff Carlson (uncredited)
Emmett Lynn ... Grubstake Charlie (uncredited)
Arthur Space ... Mr. Harfy (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: Rusty and the Falcon

24 October 1958


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Rudy Lee ... Rusty

Season 5, Episode 5: Texas John Slaughter

31 October 1958
Texas John Slaughter arrives in the town of Friotown and soon finds himself attacked by two gunmen, who he is forced to kill in self-defense. It turns out that the outlaws thought Slaughter was Texas Ranger Ben Jenkins. Impressed with Slaughter's gun-handling skills, the Rangers offer him a position, but he turns them down, as he wants to set up a cattle ranch. However, his plans are put on hold by the actions of a murderous outlaw gang leader named Frank Davis.

Tom Tryon ... Texas John Slaughter
Robert Middleton ... Frank Davis
Norma Moore ... Adelaine Harris

Harry Carey Jr. ... Ben Jenkins
Judson Pratt ... Capt. Cooper

Robert J. Wilke ... Jed

Edward Platt ... Lease Harris (credit only)
Leo Gordon ... Bill
John Daheim ... Pvt. Jeff Clay (as John Day)
John Alderson ... Sgt. Duncan MacGregor

Chris Alcaide ... Henchman
Robert F. Hoy ... Texas Ranger (as Robert Hoy)
Chuck Roberson ... Texas Ranger

Roy Barcroft ... Betting Horse Renter (uncredited)
John Cliff ... Henchman (uncredited)
Gene Coogan ... Henchman (uncredited)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)

Fred Graham ... Henchman (uncredited)

Dabbs Greer ... Will (uncredited)
Kenner G. Kemp ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Kenny ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Texas Ranger (uncredited)

Jon Locke ... Deputy (uncredited)
Cactus Mack ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)
Hugh Sanders ... Mayor of Freeltown (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Townsman (uncredited)
George Sowards ... Adelaine's Driver (uncredited)

Karl Swenson ... U.S. Marshal (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: His Majesty, King of the Beasts

7 November 1958
_African Lion, The (1955)_ edited for television presentation.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Alfred Milotte ... Himself (as Al Milotte)
Elma Milotte ... Herself

Season 5, Episode 7: Texas John Slaughter: Ambush in Laredo

14 November 1958
Texas John Slaughter, who has now joined the Texas Rangers, has managed to bring in the last members of Frank Davis' outlaw gang. Davis, who has been let out on bail, flees to Laredo. Slaughter and Ranger Ben Jenkins arrive in Laredo to arrest him, only to find out that he has gathered the bosses of five other outlaw gangs and is planning to start a new criminal empire with himself as the head.

Tom Tryon ... Texas John Slaughter

Harry Carey Jr. ... Ben Jenkins
Robert Middleton ... Frank Davis
Norma Moore ... Adeline Harris
Judson Pratt ... Capt. Cooper

Robert J. Wilke ... Outlaw Jed

Edward Platt ... Lease Harris
Leo Gordon ... Outlaw Bill (credit only)
John Daheim ... Pvt. Jeff Clay (as John Day)
John Alderson ... Sgt. Duncan MacGregor

Chris Alcaide ... Outlaw #3
Robert F. Hoy ... Jim - Ranger #2 (as Robert Hoy)
Chuck Roberson ... Sam - Ranger #1
Robert Anderson ... Bobby's Father (uncredited)
Bill Clark ... Henchman (uncredited)
Terry Frost ... Sheriff (uncredited)
Frank Gerstle ... George McShane (uncredited)
George Keymas ... Kid Rio (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Henchman (uncredited)
Pierce Lyden ... Deputy (uncredited)

Mort Mills ... Art Plank (uncredited)
William Phipps ... King Orchard (uncredited)

Karl Swenson ... Laredo Marshal (uncredited)

John Vivyan ... Marlowe (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 8: Johnny Tremain: Part 1

21 November 1958
Johnny Tremain (1957) re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Hal Stalmaster ... Johnny Tremain (archive footage)
Luana Patten ... Priscilla 'Cilla' Lapham (archive footage)
Jeff York ... James Otis (archive footage)

Sebastian Cabot ... Jonathan Lyte (archive footage)

Richard Beymer ... Rab Silsbee (archive footage) (as Dick Beymer)
Rusty Lane ... Samuel Adams (archive footage)

Walter Sande ... Paul Revere (archive footage)

Whit Bissell ... Josiah Quincy (archive footage)
Walter Coy ... Dr. Joseph Warren (archive footage)

Will Wright ... Ephraim Lapham (archive footage)
Virginia Christine ... Mrs. Lapham (archive footage)
Ralph Clanton ... General Gage (archive footage)
Lumsden Hare ... Admiral Montagu (archive footage)
Gavin Gordon ... Colonel Smith (archive footage)
Geoffrey Toone ... Major Pitcairn (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 5, Episode 9: Lawman or Gunman

28 November 1958


Robert Loggia ... Elfego Baca
James Dunn ... J. Henry Newman

Ramon Novarro ... Don Esteban Miranda
Skip Homeier ... Ross Mantee
Valerie Allen ... Lucita Miranda
Carl Benton Reid ... Judge Hargraves
Clegg Hoyt ... Bruiser
Joe Maross ... Horace Towne
Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)
George Bruggeman ... Deputy (uncredited)
Bill Catching ... Deputy (uncredited)
Gene Coogan ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Henchman (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Kenner G. Kemp ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)

Kay E. Kuter ... Drunk Paying Fine (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Henchman (uncredited)
Bill McLean ... Court Clerk (uncredited)
Troy Melton ... Deputy Jimmy (uncredited)
Mike Ragan ... Jed - Henchman (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 10: Johnny Tremain: Part 2

5 December 1958
Johnny Tremain (1957) re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Hal Stalmaster ... Johnny Tremain (archive footage)
Luana Patten ... Priscilla 'Cilla' Lapham (archive footage)
Jeff York ... James Otis (archive footage)

Sebastian Cabot ... Jonathan Lyte (archive footage)

Richard Beymer ... Rab Silsbee (archive footage) (as Dick Beymer)
Rusty Lane ... Samuel Adams (archive footage)

Walter Sande ... Paul Revere (archive footage)

Whit Bissell ... Josiah Quincy (archive footage)
Walter Coy ... Dr. Joseph Warren (archive footage)

Will Wright ... Ephraim Lapham (archive footage)
Virginia Christine ... Mrs. Lapham (archive footage)
Ralph Clanton ... General Gage (archive footage)
Lumsden Hare ... Admiral Montagu (archive footage)
Gavin Gordon ... Colonel Smith (archive footage)
Geoffrey Toone ... Major Pitcairn (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 5, Episode 11: Law and Order, Incorporated

12 December 1958


Robert Loggia ... Elfego Baca
James Dunn ... J. Henry Newman

Ramon Novarro ... Don Esteban Miranda
Skip Homeier ... Ross Mantee
Valerie Allen ... Lucita Miranda

Raymond Bailey ... Arnold Bixby
Carl Benton Reid ... Judge Hargraves

I. Stanford Jolley ... Sheriff Adams
Chet Brandenburg ... Posse Member (uncredited)
Robert Burton ... Mr. Sheldon (uncredited)
Ben Frommer ... Clothing Merchant (uncredited)
Jose Gonzales-Gonzales ... Records Clerk (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Posse Member (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Posse Member (uncredited)
Alex Montoya ... Merchant (uncredited)
Jerry Oddo ... Luis Vicente (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Bixby's Driver (uncredited)
Dan White ... Deputy (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 12: From All of Us to All of You

19 December 1958


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 5, Episode 13: Texas John Slaughter: Killers from Kansas

9 January 1959


Tom Tryon ... Texas John Slaughter

Lyle Bettger ... Al Barko

Harry Carey Jr. ... Ben Jenkins

Beverly Garland ... Mrs. Amanda Barko
Norma Moore ... Adeline Harris
Judson Pratt ... Captain Cooper
Christopher Dark ... Reed
John Daheim ... Private Jeff Clay (as John Day)
John Alderson ... Sgt. Duncan MacGregor
Don Haggerty ... 1st Outlaw
Robert F. Hoy ... Jim (as Robert Hoy)

Lane Bradford ... Bill - Barko Henchman

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
William Bailey ... Bank Customer (uncredited)
William Forrest ... Doctor (uncredited)
Charles Fredericks ... Man in Hotel (uncredited)
Al Haskell ... Bank Customer (uncredited)

Jon Locke ... Clum (uncredited)
James McCallion ... Hotel Desk Clerk (uncredited)

Slim Pickens ... Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)

Forrest Taylor ... Pete - Ranchhand (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 14: Niok

16 January 1959


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 5, Episode 15: Texas John Slaughter: Showdown at Sandoval

23 January 1959


Tom Tryon ... Texas John Slaughter

Harry Carey Jr. ... Ben Jenkins

Dan Duryea ... Dan Trask

Beverly Garland ... Mrs. Amanda Barko
Norma Moore ... Adeline Harris
Judson Pratt ... Capt. Cooper

Ann Doran ... Mrs. Chadwick

Robert Foulk ... Mr. Pitts
John Daheim ... Pvt. Jeff Clay (as John Day)
Robert F. Hoy ... Jim (as Robert Hoy)
Henry Wills ... Brown

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Lane Chandler ... Warlock (uncredited)
Kansas Moehring ... Townsman (uncredited)

Denver Pyle ... Mr. Royal (uncredited)
Richard Reeves ... King Ricker (uncredited)
Chuck Roberson ... Ranger Sam (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Henchman (uncredited)
Paul Sorensen ... Chadwick (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 16: The Peter Tchaikovsky Story

30 January 1959
The story of young Tchaikovsky through the premiere of his "Sleeping Beauty" ballet.

Season 5, Episode 17: Elfego Baca, Attorney at Law

6 February 1959


Robert Loggia ... Elfego Baca
James Dunn ... J. Henry Newman
Lynn Bari ... Mrs. Simmons

James Drury ... Deputy Joe Monroe

Kenneth Tobey ... Shorty

Annette Funicello ... Chiquita Bernal

Grant Withers ... Sheriff Wharton

Robert Stevenson ... Mr. Simmons
Edward Colmans ... Fernando Bernal
George Bell ... Townsman (uncredited)
Gloria Castillo ... Lolita Bernal (uncredited)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)
Cactus Mack ... Townsman (uncredited)
Kansas Moehring ... Townsman (uncredited)
Joe Phillips ... Townsman (uncredited)
Fred Sherman ... Mr. Gelfman (uncredited)
Tom Smith ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 18: Duck Flies Coop

13 February 1959
When Walt learns via telegram that Donald Duck is quitting, he sends the studio publicity department to give the duck a taste of his own medicine.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck (voice)

June Foray ... Radio Voices (voice) (uncredited)
Paul Frees ... Radio Voices (voice) (uncredited)
Bill Thompson ... Ranger J. Audobon Woodlore (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 19: The Griswold Murder

20 February 1959


Robert Loggia ... Elfego Baca
James Dunn ... J. Henry Newman

Jay C. Flippen ... Pop Griswold

Patric Knowles ... Cyril Cunningham

Audrey Dalton ... Mrs. Cunningham
Phillip Terry ... Steve Shannon
Carl Benton Reid ... Judge Hargraves

Grant Withers ... Sheriff Wharton

R.G. Armstrong ... Jack O'Neal

Herbert Anderson ... Charles Lowell Smith
Bob Kline ... Lonny Griswold (as Robert Klein)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Fred Aldrich ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Edward Colmans ... Fernando Bernal (uncredited)
James Dime ... Cowhand (uncredited)

Annette Funicello ... Chiquita (uncredited)
Tex Holden ... Juror (uncredited)
Mike Lally ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Bill McLean ... Bailiff (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Juror (uncredited)
Earl Parker ... Deputy (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Juror (uncredited)
Tony Regan ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Assistant D.A. (uncredited)
George Sowards ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Ray Spiker ... Juror (uncredited)

Harry Dean Stanton ... Drew Griswold (uncredited)
Ken Williams ... Juror (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 20: The Adventures of Chip 'n' Dale

27 February 1959
Walt has left a message on a tape recorder on his desk, explaining that because he is unable to be there personally, he arranged for guest hosts - Chip 'n' Dale to fill in. The two chipmunks have a book with them filled with stories of their exploits.

Season 5, Episode 21: Texas John Slaughter: The Man from Bitter Creek

6 March 1959


Tom Tryon ... Texas John Slaughter
Stephen McNally ... Bill Gallagher
Norma Moore ... Adeline Harris

Sidney Blackmer ... Sam Underwood

Bill Williams ... Paul Forbes
John Larch ... Frank Boyd

Grant Williams ... Mike Forbes

H.M. Wynant ... Yancy
Don Kelly ... Jed

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Edward Platt ... Lease Harris
Jan Arvan ... Don Ricardo (uncredited)
Gregg Barton ... Walter - Bartender (uncredited)
Alan Dexter ... Charlie Slaughter (uncredited)
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Spanish Drover (uncredited)
Tyler McVey ... Sheriff (uncredited)
Grandon Rhodes ... Doctor (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 22: Highway to Trouble

13 March 1959


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck / Huey / Dewey / Louie (voice)

Season 5, Episode 23: Texas John Slaughter: The Slaughter Trail

20 March 1959


Tom Tryon ... Texas John Slaughter

Harold J. Stone ... John Chisholm

Sidney Blackmer ... Sam Underwood
Norma Moore ... Adeline Slaughter

Bill Williams ... Paul Forbes
John Larch ... Frank Boyd

Grant Williams ... Mike Forbes

H.M. Wynant ... Yancy
Don Kelly ... Jed

Slim Pickens ... Buck
Herbert Rudley ... Judge

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Alan Dexter ... Charlie Slaughter (uncredited)

Ross Elliott ... Prosecutor (uncredited)
Charles Horvath ... Cowhand Sam (uncredited)
Jess Kirkpatrick ... Town Official (uncredited)

Norman Leavitt ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ken Lynch ... Sheriff (uncredited)
Cactus Mack ... Townsman (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Oklahoma Cowhand (uncredited)
Hugh Sanders ... Matt - Town Official (uncredited)

Olan Soule ... Court Clerk (uncredited)
Ray Spiker ... Juror (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 24: Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom

27 March 1959
Features Toot Whistle Plunk and Boom (1953).

Season 5, Episode 25: The Wetback Hound

24 April 1959
_Wetback Hound, The (1957)_ expanded for television presentation.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 5, Episode 26: I Captured the King of the Leprechauns

29 May 1959
Behind the scenes of Darby O'Gill and the Little People.

Pat O'Brien ... Himself
Albert Sharpe ... Darby O'Gill

Sean Connery ... Michael MacBride

Janet Munro ... Katie O'Gill
Jimmy O'Dea ... King Brian
Kieron Moore ... Pony Sugrue
Denis O'Dea ... Father Murphy
J.G. Devlin ... Tom Kerrigan

Jack MacGowran ... Phadrig Oge
Farrell Pelly ... Paddy Scanlon
Nora O'Mahoney ... Molly Malloy (as Nora O'Mahony)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Dick Johnstone ... Man Listening to Story (uncredited)
Colin Kenny ... Man Listening to Story (uncredited)

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Moochie of the Little League: A Diamond Is a Boy's Best Friend

2 October 1959
Moochie's trying to make up for being "Small Fry" by putting his whole heart into catching for his Little League Team. He even finds a new field for his league when the old one's destroyed. He even ropes his best friend's dad into the league. But when Moochie might make the All Star team, the family's vacation plans might be ruined.

Kevin Corcoran ... Moochie Morgan

Reginald Owen ... J. Cecil Bennett

Alan Hale Jr. ... Fred Preston (as Alan Hale)

Frances Rafferty ... Louise Morgan

Stuart Erwin ... Lou Rosson

James Brown ... Andy Clinton (as Jim L. Brown)
Dorothy Green ... Charlotte

Russ Conway ... Monty Morgan

Lee Aaker ... Chuck Taylor
Paul Bryar ... Pete Dixon
Annette Gorman ... B.B. Preston

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Rand Brooks ... Baseball Coach (uncredited)

Noreen Corcoran ... Marion Morgan (uncredited)

Franklyn Farnum ... Fan in Stands (uncredited)
Renny McEvoy ... Father in Stands (uncredited)
Almira Sessions ... Angry Newspaper Customer (uncredited)
Jim Toney ... Fan in Stands (uncredited)
Ray Walker ... Repairman (uncredited)
Willard Waterman ... Umpire (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 2: Moochie of the Little League: Wrong Way Moochie

9 October 1959


Kevin Corcoran ... Moochie Morgan

Reginald Owen ... J. Cecil Bennett

Alan Hale Jr. ... Fred Preston (as Alan Hale)

Frances Rafferty ... Louise Morgan

Stuart Erwin ... Lou Rosson

James Brown ... Andy Clinton (as Jim L. Brown)
Dorothy Green ... Charlotte

Russ Conway ... Monty Morgan

Lee Aaker ... Chuck Taylor
Paul Bryar ... Pete Dixon
Annette Gorman ... B.B. Preston

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 6, Episode 3: Killers of the High Country

16 October 1959


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Winston Hibler ... Himself - Narrator

Season 6, Episode 4: The Swamp Fox: The Birth of the Swamp Fox

18 October 1959
Under the command of Colonel Tarleton of the Green Dragoon cavalry, Francis Marion strives to free South Carolina from the British.

Leslie Nielsen ... Colonel Francis Marion

John Sutton ... Colonel Tarlton

Joy Page ... Mary Videau

Tim Considine ... Young Gabe Marion

Dick Foran ... Gabriel Marion

Richard Erdman ... Sergeant Jasper
Myron Healey ... Major Peter Horry
Smoki Whitfield ... Oscar (as Jordan Whitfield)
John Alderson ... Sergeant McDonald
Mary Field ... Cathy Marion
Louise Beavers ... Delia
Chuck Roberson ... Jenkins

Patrick Macnee ... British Captain

Paul Cavanagh ... Governor Rutledge (uncredited)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)

Dabbs Greer ... Fort Supplier (uncredited)

William Henry ... Officer at Party (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Prisoner (uncredited)

J. Pat O'Malley ... British Sentry (uncredited)
Hugh Sanders ... McKeller (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 5: The Swamp Fox: Brother Against Brother

25 October 1959


Leslie Nielsen ... Colonel Francis Marion

John Sutton ... Colonel Tarlton

Joy Page ... Mary Videau

Tim Considine ... Young Gabe Marion

Dick Foran ... Gabriel Marion

Richard Erdman ... Sergeant Jasper
Myron Healey ... Major Peter Horry
Edward Ashley ... Captain Johns
Smoki Whitfield ... Oscar (as Jordan Whitfield)
John Alderson ... Sergeant McDonald

Parley Baer ... Kusak - Storekeeper
Mary Field ... Cathy Marion
Louise Beavers ... Delia
Chuck Roberson ... Jenkins

Patrick Macnee ... British Captain (as Patrick MacNee)
Jimmie Booth ... Pickford (uncredited)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)

Ann Doran ... Christine Briggs (uncredited)

Robert Foulk ... Rebel (uncredited)
Don Haggerty ... Seaton Briggs (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Rebel (uncredited)
Bill Lovett ... Rebel (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Webb (uncredited)

Denver Pyle ... Amos Briggs (uncredited)
Buddy Roosevelt ... Rebel Arsonist (uncredited)
Danny Sands ... Rebel (uncredited)
Paul Sorensen ... Rebel (uncredited)

Bob Steele ... Rebel Arsonist (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Redcoat (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 6: Perilous Assignment

6 November 1959
This episode looks at many of the far-off locations where Disney's crew have gone.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Gaston Rébuffat ... Himself (as Gaston Rebufatt)

Season 6, Episode 7: Elfego Baca: Move Along, Mustangers

13 November 1959


Robert Loggia ... Elfego Baca

Brian Keith ... Shadrak O'Reilly

Arthur Hunnicutt ... Elias O'Brien

Beverly Garland ... Susanna O'Brien
Barry Kelley ... Sheriff Harry Holcomb

Roger Perry ... Luke Sawyer

Lillian Bronson ... Rachel O'Brein

James Coburn ... Jack - Outlaw Leader

William Schallert ... Deputy Sheriff Denby
Robert Nichols ... Pronto
John Maxwell ... Pappy Sawyer
Skip Farrell ... Josh Jordan
Robert F. Hoy ... Sam Carter (as Robert Hoy)
Robert Anderson ... Judge Thomas (uncredited)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Mustanger (uncredited)
Signe Hack ... Mustanger (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Mustanger (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 8: Elfego Baca: Mustang Man, Mustang Maid

20 November 1959


Robert Loggia ... Elfego Baca

Brian Keith ... Shadrach O'Reilly

Arthur Hunnicutt ... Elias O'Brien

Beverly Garland ... Susanna O'Brien
Barry Kelley ... Sheriff Holman

Lillian Bronson ... Rachel O'Brien

James Coburn ... Jack - Outlaw Leader

William Schallert ... Deputy Sheriff Denbigh

Roger Perry ... Luke Sawyer
Robert Nichols ... Pronto
John Maxwell ... Pappy Sawyer
Skip Farrell ... Josh Jordan
Robert F. Hoy ... Sam Carter (as Robert Hoy)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
George Bell ... Townsman (uncredited)
George DeNormand ... Townsman (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Mustanger (uncredited)
Signe Hack ... Mustanger (uncredited)
Al Haskell ... Townsman (uncredited)

DeForest Kelley ... Silas Morgan (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Townsman (uncredited)

Hank Patterson ... Stableman (uncredited)
Tom Steele ... Shop Worker (uncredited)
Dale Van Sickel ... Richard (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 9: A Storm Called Maria

27 November 1959


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 6, Episode 10: Texas John Slaughter: The Robber Stallion

4 December 1959


Tom Tryon ... Texas John Slaughter

Darryl Hickman ... Ashley Carstairs

Barton MacLane ... Bob Scanlon
Jean Inness ... Bess Scanlon

John Vivyan ... Jason Hemp

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
George Eldredge ... Doctor (uncredited)

Harry Lauter ... Ed (uncredited)
Gregg Palmer ... Ed's Friend (uncredited)
Lee Roberts ... Hemp Man (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 11: Texas John Slaughter: Wild Horse Revenge

11 December 1959


Tom Tryon ... Texas John Slaughter

Darryl Hickman ... Ashley Carstairs

Barton MacLane ... Bob Scanlon
Jean Inness ... Bess Scanlon

John Vivyan ... Jason Hemp
William Phipps ... Gabe

Bing Russell ... Arne

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Lee Roberts ... Hemp Man (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 12: Texas John Slaughter: Range War at Tombstone

18 December 1959


Tom Tryon ... Texas John Slaughter

Darryl Hickman ... Ashley Carstairs

Regis Toomey ... David Howell

Betty Lynn ... Viola Howell
Nora Marlowe ... Rachel Howell
James Westerfield ... Ike Clanton
Jan Merlin ... Robbie

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Bill Catching ... Henchman (uncredited)
Oliver McGowan ... Land Agent (uncredited)
Tom Monroe ... Henchman Danny (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 13: The Swamp Fox: Tory Vengeance

1 January 1960
Young Gabe returns home, now a lieutenant in the Continental Army. He's captured by Tory Colonel Townes who has him whipped. Gabe still refuses to reveal the location of the Swamp Fox's hideout, even when facing a firing squad.

Season 6, Episode 14: The Swamp Fox: Day of Reckoning

8 January 1960


Leslie Nielsen ... Col. Francis Marion

John Sutton ... Col. Tarleton
Barbara Eiler ... Mary Videau

Henry Daniell ... Col. Townes
Myron Healey ... Maj. Peter Horry
Dorothy Green ... Mrs. Townes

Sherry Jackson ... Melanie Culpin

Rhys Williams ... Prof. Culpin
Smoki Whitfield ... Oscar (as Jordan Whitfield)

J. Pat O'Malley ... O'Reilly
James Anderson ... Amos Briggs

Hal Stalmaster ... Gwynn

Slim Pickens ... Plunkett

Clarence Muse ... Joseph

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)
Don Happy ... Soldier (uncredited)
Dick Johnstone ... Inn Patron (uncredited)
Paul Maxey ... Innkeeper (uncredited)
Jack Perkins ... Inn Patron (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Inn Patron (uncredited)
Frank Sully ... Man Questioned About Briggs (uncredited)
Guy Wilkerson ... Soldier with Swamp Fever (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 15: The Swamp Fox: Redcoat Strategy

15 January 1960


Leslie Nielsen ... Col. Francis Marion
Robert Douglas ... Gen. Cornwallis

John Sutton ... Col. Tarleton
Barbara Eiler ... Mary Videau
Myron Healey ... Maj. Peter Horry

Henry Daniell ... Col. Townes
Dorothy Green ... Mrs. Townes

J. Pat O'Malley ... Sgt. O'Reilly
Smoki Whitfield ... Oscar (as Jordan Whitfield)
Louise Beavers ... Delia

Hal Stalmaster ... Gwynn
Donald Randolph ... Mr. Videau

Slim Pickens ... Plunkett

Eleanor Audley ... Mrs. Videau
Mary Field ... Cathy Marion

Clarence Muse ... Old Joseph

George N. Neise ... Lt. Peters

Robin Hughes ... Hitchcock

Alan Caillou ... Ken Anakin
Ashley Cowan ... Cpl. Lopez (uncredited)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 16: The Swamp Fox: A Case of Treason

22 January 1960


Leslie Nielsen ... Col. Francis Marion
Robert Douglas ... Gen. Cornwallis
Barbara Eiler ... Mary Videau

John Sutton ... Col. Tarleton
Myron Healey ... Maj. Peter Horry

J. Pat O'Malley ... O'Reilly
Smoki Whitfield ... Oscar (as Jordan Whitfield)

Hal Stalmaster ... Gwynn
Donald Randolph ... Mr. Videau

Slim Pickens ... Plunkett

George N. Neise ... Lt. Peters

Clarence Muse ... Joseph

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)
Barbara Morrison ... Mrs. Cryer (uncredited)
Richard Peel ... Gate Guard (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Inn Patron (uncredited)
Ben Wright ... Gate Guard (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 17: Wild Burro of the West

29 January 1960


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 6, Episode 18: Two Happy Amigos

5 February 1960


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck (voice)
José Oliveira ... Jose Carioca (voice)
Billy Bletcher ... Mr. Gator (voice) (uncredited)
Paul Frees ... Morris The Midget Moose (voice) (uncredited)
Dink Trout ... Balsam - Morris' Friend (voice) (archive sound) (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 19: Texas John Slaughter: Desperado from Tombstone

12 February 1960


Tom Tryon ... Texas John Slaughter
Gene Evans ... Loco Crispin
Annette Gorman ... Addy Slaughter
Brian Corcoran ... Willie Slaughter

Regis Toomey ... David Howell

Betty Lynn ... Viola Howell
Nora Marlowe ... Rachel Howell
George Wallace ... Gus
Don Haggerty ... Trail Boss

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Lane Bradford ... Henchman (uncredited)
Douglas Evans ... Card Player (uncredited)

William Haade ... Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Rory Mallinson ... Card Player (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Barfly (uncredited)
Paul Sorensen ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bob Steele ... Ben (uncredited)
Harry Strang ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 20: Texas John Slaughter: Apache Friendship

19 February 1960


Tom Tryon ... Texas John Slaughter
Gene Evans ... Loco Crispin
Annette Gorman ... Addie Slaughter
Brian Corcoran ... Willie Slaughter

Regis Toomey ... David Howell

Betty Lynn ... Viola Howell
Nora Marlowe ... Rachel Howell
James Edwards ... Batt

Jay Silverheels ... Natchez
George Wallace ... Gus
Don Haggerty ... Trail Boss

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Lane Bradford ... Henchman (uncredited)
Robert Karnes ... Sheriff (uncredited)

Bob Steele ... Ben (uncredited)
Al Wyatt Sr. ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 21: Texas John Slaughter: Kentucky Gunslick

26 February 1960


Tom Tryon ... Texas John Slaughter

Darryl Hickman ... Ashley Carstairs

Betty Lynn ... Viola Slaughter
Brian Corcoran ... Willie Slaughter

Allan Lane ... Johnny Ringo
Charles Maxwell ... Jim Johnson
James Edwards ... Batt
Annette Gorman ... Addie Slaughter
Don Haggerty ... Wes

Bob Steele ... Ben

Gregory Walcott ... Henderson
Richard H. Cutting ... Red's Friend (uncredited)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)

Don C. Harvey ... Johnson Man (uncredited)
Robert Karnes ... Chet - Blacksmith (uncredited)
Oliver McGowan ... Land Agent (uncredited)

Dennis Moore ... Sam Yerby (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ... Cattleman (uncredited)
Jeremy Slate ... Red Quincy (uncredited)
Paul Sorensen ... Bushwacker (uncredited)

Kelly Thordsen ... Johnson Man (uncredited)
Henry Wills ... Bob Devlin (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 22: Texas John Slaughter: Geronimo's Revenge

4 March 1960


Tom Tryon ... Texas John Slaughter

Betty Lynn ... Viola Slaughter

Darryl Hickman ... Ashley Carstairs
Brian Corcoran ... Willie Slaughter
Annette Gorman ... Addie Slaughter
Onslow Stevens ... Gen. Miles (credit only)

Harry Carey Jr. ... Ben Jenkins (credit only)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
James Edwards ... Batt
Don Haggerty ... Wes
Pat Hogan ... Geronimo

Allan Lane ... Johnny Ringo (unconfirmed)
Charles Maxwell ... Johnson (unconfirmed)

Jay Silverheels ... Natchez

Bob Steele ... Ben

Gregory Walcott ... Henderson (unconfirmed)

Season 6, Episode 23: This Is Your Life Donald Duck

11 March 1960
Jiminy Cricket is all set to give a testimonial to Donald Duck. But alas, Donald is relaxing at home, with no plans to leave any time soon. Literally dragged to the Disney Studio by his nephews, an outraged Donald relaxes a bit when he realizes that he's the guest of honor. Donald's life is recounted by such colleagues as Daisy Duck (who explains why she and Donald never married), Chip 'n' Dale, Mickey Mouse, Pluto, and even a few guest stars who never made a picture with the duck, including the Three Little Pigs, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Lady and the Tramp.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Billy Bletcher ... Pete (voice)

Cliff Edwards ... Jiminy Cricket (voice)
Dessie Flynn ... Dale (voice)

June Foray ... Grandma Duck / Daisy Duck (voice)
James MacDonald ... Mickey Mouse / Chip (voice)
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck / Huey / Dewey / Louie (voice)

Season 6, Episode 24: Elfego Baca: Friendly Enemies at Law

18 March 1960


Robert Loggia ... Elfego Baca

Barton MacLane ... Rawls Kettrick

Pat Crowley ... Patricia Kettrick (as Patricia Crowley)

Robert Lowery ... Wade Cater

John Kerr ... Martin Didler

Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams ... Buffalo (as Guinn Williams)

Ray Teal ... Frank Oxford

Roy Barcroft ... Sheriff Bodie Hampton

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Edmund Cobb ... Seaton Harper (uncredited)

Steve Darrell ... Jim Smith (uncredited)

Fred Graham ... Roy (uncredited)

Harry Tyler ... Telegraph Clerk (uncredited)
Dan White ... William Ryan (uncredited)
Henry Wills ... Neil (uncredited)
Howard Wright ... Legal Clerk (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 25: Elfego Baca: Gus Tomlin Is Dead

25 March 1960


Robert Loggia ... Elfego Baca

Alan Hale Jr. ... Bill Minters (as Alan Hale)

Coleen Gray ... Peggy Minters
Brian Corcoran ... Ross Minters
Paul Birch ... Sheriff Jim Wilson
Richard Garland ... Ben Palmer

Eddy Waller ... Linc
Raymond Greenleaf ... Judge Thomas Raine
Byron Foulger ... Mr. Sibley
Mickey Simpson ... Ken Bullock

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Gene Coogan ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Sam Flint ... Storekeeper (uncredited)
Jack Ingram ... Chips (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Syd Saylor ... Art (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 26: The Mad Hermit of Chimney Butte

1 April 1960


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Rapids Ahead/Bear Country

16 October 1960


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 7, Episode 2: Zorro: El Bandido

30 October 1960

Season 7, Episode 3: Zorro: Adios El Cuchillo

6 November 1960

Season 7, Episode 4: Donald's Silver Anniversary

13 November 1960


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 7, Episode 5: Moochie of Pop Warner Football: Pee Wees Versus City Hall

20 November 1960


Kevin Corcoran ... Moochie
Dennis Olivieri ... Hilliard (as Dennis Joel)

Reginald Owen

John Howard ... Mayor Wood

Alan Hale Jr. ... Fred Preston

Frances Rafferty ... Louise Morgan
Lumsden Hare ... Croaker

Russ Conway ... Monty Morgan
Annette Gorman ... B.B. Preston

Norma Varden ... Miss Devon

Harry Tyler ... Mr. Green (as Harry O. Tyler)
Walter Bacon ... Council Member (uncredited)
Henry Kulky ... Father with Nine Kids (uncredited)
William Meader ... Council Member (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 6: Moochie of Pop Warner Football: From Ticonderoga to Disneyland

27 November 1960


Kevin Corcoran ... Moochie Morgan

Russ Conway ... Monty Morgan

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Byron Foulger ... School Principal
Annette Gorman ... B.B. Preston

Alan Hale Jr. ... Fred Preston
Lumsden Hare ... Croaker

John Howard ... Mayor Wood

Frances Rafferty ... Louise Morgan

Harry Tyler ... Mr. Green (as Harry O. Tyler)

Norma Varden ... Miss Devon

Season 7, Episode 7: Daniel Boone: The Warrior's Path

4 December 1960


Dewey Martin ... Daniel Boone

Mala Powers ... Rebecca Boone
Richard Banke ... Squire Boone

Eddy Waller ... John Finley

Kevin Corcoran ... James Boone (credit only)
Brian Corcoran ... Israel Boone (credit only)
Diane Jergens ... Maybelle Yancy (credit only)
William Herrin ... Bud Yancy (credit only)

Dean Fredericks ... Crow Feather

Anthony Caruso ... Chief Blackfish
Don Dorrell ... Johnny Stewart

Alex Gerry ... Judge Richard Henderson

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Eddie Little Sky ... Indian (uncredited)
Charles Stevens ... Old Dying Indian (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 8: Daniel Boone: And Chase the Buffalo

11 December 1960
The townspeople are outraged at the colonial authorities who burned the home of a farmer who can't pay his taxes, and soon a mob tries to hang an officer, but Daniel Boone intervenes.

Dewey Martin ... Daniel Boone

Mala Powers ... Rebecca Boone
Richard Banke ... Squire Boone

Kevin Corcoran ... James Boone
Brian Corcoran ... Israel Boone

Whit Bissell ... Gov. Tryon

Phil Chambers ... Samuel Watkins
Kerry Corcoran ... Jemina Boone

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Alex Gerry ... Judge Richard Henderson
Ron Hayes ... Cecil Calvert
William Phipps ... Militia Officer
George Wallace ... Mordecai Tompkins
Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)
Al Haskell ... Townsman (uncredited)
Bob Terhune ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 9: Escape to Paradise/Water Birds

18 December 1960


John Mills ... Father (edited from: Swiss Family Robinson) (archive footage)

Dorothy McGuire ... Mother (edited from: Swiss Family Robinson) (archive footage)

James MacArthur ... Fritz (edited from: Swiss Family Robinson) (archive footage)

Janet Munro ... Roberta (edited from: Swiss Family Robinson) (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 7, Episode 10: Zorro: The Postponed Wedding

1 January 1961

Season 7, Episode 11: The Swamp Fox: A Woman's Courage

8 January 1961


Leslie Nielsen ... Col. Francis Marion
Barbara Eiler ... Mary Videau

Arthur Hunnicutt ... Ezra Selby

Sean McClory ... Capt. Myles
Myron Healey ... Maj. Peter Horry

J. Pat O'Malley ... Sgt. O'Reilly
Smoki Whitfield ... Oscar (as Jordan Whitfield)
James Seay ... Capt. Richardson
Charlie Briggs ... Folger Selby (as Charles Briggs)
Richard Lupino ... Lt. Wilkes
George Bell ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Forest Burns ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)
Jimmie Horan ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Hank Patterson ... Prisoner with Swamp Fever (uncredited)
Chuck Roberson ... Milo (uncredited)
Danny Sands ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Arthur Space ... Captain (uncredited)
Warren Vanders ... Messenger (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 12: The Swamp Fox: Horses for Greene

15 January 1961


Leslie Nielsen ... Col. Francis Marion
Barbara Eiler ... Mary Videaux

Arthur Hunnicutt ... Ezra Selby
Ralph Clanton ... Capt. Ball

J. Pat O'Malley ... O'Reilly
Smoki Whitfield ... Oscar (as Jordan Whitfield)

Slim Pickens ... Ewald Plunkett
James Seay ... Capt. Richardson
Charlie Briggs ... Folger Selby (as Charles Briggs)
George Bell ... Rebel (uncredited)
Forest Burns ... Rebel (uncredited)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)

Nestor Paiva ... Tavern Owner (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 13: A Salute to Father

22 January 1961
Walt claims that most dads are forgotten men, receiving little more than a gaudy tie on Father's Day. To correct such an oversight, he dedicates this episode to fathers everywhere. Goofy then takes over hosting duties as an average father, explaining how he spends an average day.
Pinto Colvig ... Goofy (voice)

Walt Disney ... Himself

John Dehner ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 14: Texas John Slaughter: End of the Trail

29 January 1961


Tom Tryon ... Texas John Slaughter

Betty Lynn ... Viola Howell Slaughter
Onslow Stevens ... Gen. Miles

Harry Carey Jr. ... Ben Jenkins
Pat Hogan ... Geronimo
Brian Corcoran ... Willie Slaughter
Gene Coogan ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)
Annette Gorman ... Addie Slaughter (uncredited)

Eddie Little Sky ... Captured Apache (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Townsman (uncredited)
William Newell ... Bill's Friend (uncredited)
Hugh Sanders ... Bill (uncredited)
Danny Sands ... Trooper (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Sergeant Major (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 15: Texas John Slaughter: A Holster Full of Law

5 February 1961


Tom Tryon ... Texas John Slaughter

Ross Martin ... Cesario Lucero
Annette Gorman ... Addie Slaughter
Brian Corcoran ... Willie Slaughter

Betty Lynn ... Viola Slaughter

R.G. Armstrong ... Billy Soto
James Beck ... Burt Alvord
Robert Burton ... Mayor John Clumb

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
John Zaremba ... Reverend Graves
Gregg Barton ... Jury Foreman (uncredited)
Hal Baylor ... Texas Cowboy (uncredited)
Robert Cornthwaite ... Tom Benson (uncredited)
Carol Henry ... Soto Henchman (uncredited)
Charles Meredith ... Judge (uncredited)
Vic Perrin ... Bartender (uncredited)

Stafford Repp ... Sheriff Bob Hatch (uncredited)
Simon Scott ... Defense Attorney (uncredited)

Bob Steele ... Soto Man (uncredited)
Bob Terhune ... Juror (uncredited)
Mary Treen ... Dress Shop Owner (uncredited)
Mack Williams ... Lew Demner (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 16: Westward Ho the Wagons!: Ambush at Wagon Gap

19 February 1961
Westward Ho, the Wagons! (1956) panned, scanned, and re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Fess Parker ... John 'Doc' Grayson (archive footage)
Kathleen Crowley ... Laura Thompson (archive footage)
Jeff York ... Hank Breckenridge (archive footage)
David Stollery ... Dan Thompson (archive footage)

Sebastian Cabot ... Bissonette (archive footage)

George Reeves ... James Stephen (archive footage)
Doreen Tracey ... Bobo Stephen (archive footage)
Barbara Woodell ... Mrs. Stephen (archive footage)
John War Eagle ... Wolf's Brother (archive footage)
Cubby O'Brien ... Jerry Stephen (archive footage)
Tommy Cole ... Jim Stephen (archive footage)
Leslie Bradley ... Spencer Armitage (archive footage)

Morgan Woodward ... Obie Foster (archive footage)

Iron Eyes Cody ... Many Stars (archive footage)
Anthony Numkena ... Little Thunder (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 7, Episode 17: Westward Ho the Wagons!: White Man's Medicine

26 February 1961
_Westward Ho the Wagons! (1956)_ panned, scanned, and re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Fess Parker ... John 'Doc' Grayson (archive footage)
Kathleen Crowley ... Laura Thompson (archive footage)
Jeff York ... Hank Breckenridge (archive footage)
David Stollery ... Dan Thompson (archive footage)

Sebastian Cabot ... Bissonette (archive footage)

George Reeves ... James Stephen (archive footage)
Doreen Tracey ... Bobo Stephen (archive footage)
Barbara Woodell ... Mrs. Stephen (archive footage)
John War Eagle ... Wolf's Brother (archive footage)
Cubby O'Brien ... Jerry Stephen (archive footage)
Tommy Cole ... Jim Stephen (archive footage)
Leslie Bradley ... Spencer Armitage (archive footage)

Morgan Woodward ... Obie Foster (archive footage)

Iron Eyes Cody ... Many Stars (archive footage)
Anthony Numkena ... Little Thunder (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 7, Episode 18: The Coyote's Lament

5 March 1961
Walt Disney introduces this episode to present the coyote's side of his issues with man and dog.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Pinto Colvig ... Pluto (voice)
Thurl Ravenscroft ... Singing Caterpillar (singing voice) (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 19: Daniel Boone: The Wilderness Road

12 March 1961

Season 7, Episode 20: Daniel Boone: The Promised Land

19 March 1961

Season 7, Episode 21: Zorro: Auld Acquaintance

2 April 1961

Season 7, Episode 22: Battle for Survival

9 April 1961


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 7, Episode 23: Texas John Slaughter: A Trip to Tucson

16 April 1961


Tom Tryon ... Texas John Slaughter

Betty Lynn ... Viola Slaughter
Joe Maross ... Jimmy Deuce
James Beck ... Burt Alvord
Peggy Knudsen ... Nellie
Brian Corcoran ... Willie Slaughter

Lane Bradford ... Jace Caldwell

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Larry J. Blake ... Drummer (uncredited)
Nesdon Booth ... Sheriff Vance (uncredited)
Robert Burton ... Mayor John Clumb (uncredited)
Tim Graham ... Henry (uncredited)
Carol Henry ... Townsman (uncredited)
Kansas Moehring ... Tucson Deputy (uncredited)

Hank Patterson ... Jailer (uncredited)
Mary Treen ... Dress Shop Owner (uncredited)
Guy Wilkerson ... Bellman (uncredited)
Henry Wills ... Jace's Friend (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 24: Texas John Slaughter: Frank Clell's in Town

23 April 1961


Tom Tryon ... Texas John Slaughter

Ralph Meeker ... Frank Clell

Betty Lynn ... Viola Slaughter
Brian Corcoran ... Willie Slaughter
James Beck ... Burt Alvord
Robert Burton ... Mayor John Clum

Michael McGreevey ... Freddy

Raymond Bailey ... Mark Morgan

Ernest Sarracino ... Sam Sweeno

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Robert Anderson ... Hesbergh (uncredited)
George Bell ... Hoodlum (uncredited)
Carol Henry ... Townsman (uncredited)
Danny Sands ... Townsman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Townsman (uncredited)

Robert Stevenson ... Noonan (uncredited)
Dan White ... Storekeeper (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 25: Flash, the Teenage Otter

30 April 1961


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Winston Hibler ... Himself

Season 7, Episode 26: Andrews' Raiders: Secret Mission

7 May 1961
The Great Locomotive Chase (1956) panned, scanned, and re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Fess Parker ... James J. Andrews (archive footage)

Jeffrey Hunter ... William A. Fuller (archive footage)
Jeff York ... William Campbell (archive footage)
John Lupton ... William Pittenger (archive footage)
Eddie Firestone ... Robert Buffum (archive footage)

Kenneth Tobey ... Anthony Murphy (archive footage)
Don Megowan ... Marion A. Ross (archive footage)

Claude Jarman Jr. ... Jacob Parrott (archive footage)

Harry Carey Jr. ... William Bensinger (archive footage)
Leonard P. Geer ... J. A. Wilson (archive footage)
George Robotham ... William Knight (archive footage)
Stan Jones ... Wilson Brown (archive footage)
Marc Hamilton ... John Wollam (archive footage)
John Wiley ... John M. Scott (archive footage)

Slim Pickens ... Pete Bracken (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 7, Episode 27: Andrews' Raiders: Escape to Nowhere

14 May 1961
_Great Locomotive Chase, The (1956)_ panned, scanned, and re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Fess Parker ... James J. Andrews (archive footage)

Jeffrey Hunter ... William A. Fuller (archive footage)
Jeff York ... William Campbell (archive footage)
John Lupton ... William Pittenger (archive footage)
Eddie Firestone ... Robert Buffum (archive footage)

Kenneth Tobey ... Anthony Murphy (archive footage)
Don Megowan ... Marion A. Ross (archive footage)

Claude Jarman Jr. ... Jacob Parrott (archive footage)

Harry Carey Jr. ... William Bensinger (archive footage)
Leonard P. Geer ... J. A. Wilson (archive footage)
George Robotham ... William Knight (archive footage)
Stan Jones ... Wilson Brown (archive footage)
Marc Hamilton ... John Wollam (archive footage)
John Wiley ... John M. Scott (archive footage)

Slim Pickens ... Pete Bracken (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 7, Episode 28: Wonders of the Water Worlds

21 May 1961

Winston Hibler ... Narrator

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 29: Disneyland '61/Olympic Elk

28 May 1961


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 7, Episode 30: The Title Makers/Nature's Half Acre

11 June 1961
Walt shows off the Title Department, where the titles for Disney films are created. In this case, the latest title sequence is for The Parent Trap (1961), which is previewed in this episode.

Xavier Atencio ... Himself (as Atencio)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Paul Frees ... (voice)

Annette Funicello ... Herself (as Annette)
T. Hee ... Himself
Bill Justice ... Himself (as Justice)

Tommy Sands ... Himself

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: An Adventure in Color/Mathmagic Land

24 September 1961
Professor Ludwig Von Drake provides an interesting lowdown on color.

Walt Disney ... Himself
Paul Frees ... Ludwig Von Drake / Mr. Spirit (voice) (also archive footage)
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck (voice) (archive footage)

Season 8, Episode 2: The Horsemasters: Follow Your Heart

1 October 1961
A 16-week course in horsemanship has a group of students learning the finer points of sportsmanship, jumping, horsecare, dressage and riding to hounds under stern and exacting teachers.

Annette Funicello ... Dinah Wilcox

Tommy Kirk ... Danny Grant

Janet Munro ... Janet Hale
Tony Britton ... Major George Brooke
John Fraser ... David Lawford

Donald Pleasence ... Captain Pinski
Harry Lockart ... Vincenzo Lalli
Colin Gordon ... Mr. Ffolliott

Anthony Nicholls ... Hardy Cole

Jean Marsh ... Andrienne
Lisa Madron ... Ingrid
Penelope Horner ... Penny

Millicent Martin ... Joan

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 8, Episode 3: The Horsemasters: Tally Ho

8 October 1961


Annette Funicello ... Dinah Wilcox

Tommy Kirk ... Danny Grant

Janet Munro ... Janet Hale
Tony Britton ... Major George Brooke
John Fraser ... David Lawford

Donald Pleasence ... Captain Pinski
Harry Lockart ... Vincenzo Lalli
Colin Gordon ... Mr. Ffolliott

Anthony Nicholls ... Hardy Cole

Jean Marsh ... Andrienne
Lisa Madron ... Ingrid
Penelope Horner ... Penny

Millicent Martin ... Joan

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 8, Episode 4: Chico, the Misunderstood Coyote

15 October 1961
The story follows the coyote through his encounters with man, starting as a pup. He's put in a roadside zoo, escapes, then heads to the wilderness where he battles for his life. Chico fortunately meets a mate and raises some offspring.
Bill Pace
Slim Sanford
Joy Hale

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Winston Hibler ... Narrator (voice)

Season 8, Episode 5: The Hunting Instinct

22 October 1961
Ludwig Von Drake hosts this episode, since Walt feels this noted expert on everything can shed some light on the subject of why man hunts. Von Drake has brought his assistant Herman the Bootle Beetle to help demonstrate the finer points of hunting.

Season 8, Episode 6: Inside Donald Duck

5 November 1961
Ludwig Von Drake attempts to diagnose Donald's problems, deciding that the cause is romance for the opposite sex.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Paul Frees ... Ludwig Von Drake (voice)
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck (voice)

Season 8, Episode 7: The Light in the Forest: Return of the True Son

12 November 1961
The Light in the Forest (1958) re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Fess Parker ... Del Hardy (archive footage)

Wendell Corey ... Wilse Owens (archive footage)

Joanne Dru ... Milly Elder (archive footage)

James MacArthur ... Johnny Butler / True Son (archive footage)

Jessica Tandy ... Myra Butler (archive footage)

John McIntire ... John Elder (archive footage)

Joseph Calleia ... Chief Cuyloga (archive footage)

Carol Lynley ... Shenandoe (archive footage)
Rafael Campos ... Half Arrow (archive footage)

Frank Ferguson ... Harry Butler (archive footage)

Dean Fredericks ... Niskitoon (archive footage) (as Norman Frederick)

Marian Seldes ... Kate Owens (archive footage)
Stephen Bekassy ... Colonel Henry Bouquet (archive footage)
Sam Buffington ... George Owens (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 8, Episode 8: The Light in the Forest: True Son's Revenge

19 November 1961
_Light in the Forest, The (1958)_ re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Fess Parker ... Del Hardy (archive footage)

Wendell Corey ... Wilse Owens (archive footage)

Joanne Dru ... Milly Elder (archive footage)

James MacArthur ... Johnny Butler / True Son (archive footage)

Jessica Tandy ... Myra Butler (archive footage)

John McIntire ... John Elder (archive footage)

Joseph Calleia ... Chief Cuyloga (archive footage)

Carol Lynley ... Shenandoe (archive footage)
Rafael Campos ... Half Arrow (archive footage)

Frank Ferguson ... Harry Butler (archive footage)

Dean Fredericks ... Niskitoon (archive footage) (as Norman Frederick)

Marian Seldes ... Kate Owens (archive footage)
Stephen Bekassy ... Colonel Henry Bouquet (archive footage)
Sam Buffington ... George Owens (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 8, Episode 9: Holiday for Henpecked Husbands

26 November 1961


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Pinto Colvig ... Goofy (voice)

Season 8, Episode 10: A Fire Called Jeremiah

3 December 1961


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Lawrence Dobkin ... Narrator

Season 8, Episode 11: Kids Is Kids

10 December 1961
Prof. Ludwig Von Drake shares his knowledge on the subject of child psychology. He is particularly studying Donald Duck (whom Von Drake refers to as "Mr. X" to protect his identity) and offers advice on how to handle Huey, Dewey and Louie.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Paul Frees ... Ludwig Von Drake (voice)
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck (voice)

Season 8, Episode 12: Back Stage Party

17 December 1961


Ray Bolger ... Himself

Tommy Sands ... Himself

Annette Funicello ... Herself (as Annette)

Ed Wynn ... Himself

Tommy Kirk ... Himself

Kevin Corcoran ... Himself
Henry Calvin ... Himself
Gene Sheldon ... Himself
Mary McCarty ... Herself

Ann Jillian ... Herself (as Ann Jilliann)
Brian Corcoran ... Himself
Marvin Ashbaugh ... Himself (as Marvin Ash)
George Bruns ... Himself
Edward Colman ... Himself (as Eddie Colman)

Billy Curtis ... Himself

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Jack Donohue ... Himself
Mel Leven ... Himself
James MacDonald ... Himself (as Jimmy MacDonald)
Tom Mahoney ... Himself (as Tommy Mahoney)

Season 8, Episode 13: Hans Brinker or the Silver Skates: Part 1

7 January 1962

Rony Zeaner ... Hans Brinker
Carin Rossby ... Gretel Brinker
Gunilla Jelf ... Hilda Van Gleck
Erik Strandmark ... Raff Brinker
Inga Landgré ... Metje Brinker
Lennart Klefbom ... Ludwig Schimmel
Claes-Håkan Westergren ... Peter Bouman
Gunnar Sjöberg ... Dr. Boekman
Lauritz Falk ... Kaps Bouman
Alf Kjellin ... Frans Ruisdael

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 8, Episode 14: Hans Brinker or the Silver Skates: Part 2

14 January 1962

Rony Zeaner ... Hans Brinker
Carin Rossby ... Gretel Brinker
Gunilla Jelf ... Hilda Van Gleck
Erik Strandmark ... Raff Brinker
Lennart Klefbom ... Ludwig Schimmel

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 8, Episode 15: Sancho, the Homing Steer: Sancho on the Rancho... and Elsewhere

21 January 1962


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 8, Episode 16: Sancho, the Homing Steer: The Perils of a Homesick Steer

28 January 1962


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 8, Episode 17: Fantasy on Skis

4 February 1962

Bruno ... Himself

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Susie Wirth ... Herself

Season 8, Episode 18: Comanche: The Captive Stallion

18 February 1962
Tonka (1958) re-titled and re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Sal Mineo ... White Bull (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)

Philip Carey ... Captain Myles Keogh (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)
Jerome Courtland ... Lt. Henry Nowlan (edited from Tonka) (archive footage)
Rafael Campos ... Strong Bear (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)

H.M. Wynant ... Yellow Bull (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)

Joy Page ... Prairie Flower (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)
Britt Lomond ... General George A. Custer (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)
Sydney Smith ... General Alfred Howe Terry (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)
John War Eagle ... Chief Sitting Bull (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)
Gregg Martell ... Corporal Korn (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)

Slim Pickens ... Ace (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)

Robert 'Buzz' Henry ... Lt. Crittenden (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Herbert Rudley ... Captain Benteen (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)

Season 8, Episode 19: Comanche: The Lone Survivor of Custer's Last Stand

25 February 1962
Tonka (1958) re-titled and re-edited into a two-part television presentation.

Sal Mineo ... White Bull (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)

Philip Carey ... Captain Myles Keogh (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)
Jerome Courtland ... Lt. Henry Nowlan (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)
Rafael Campos ... Strong Bear (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)

H.M. Wynant ... Yellow Bull (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)

Joy Page ... Prairie Flower (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)
Britt Lomond ... General George A. Custer (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)
Herbert Rudley ... Captain Benteen (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)
Sydney Smith ... General Alfred Howe Terry (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)
John War Eagle ... Chief Sitting Bull (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)
Gregg Martell ... Corporal Korn (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)

Slim Pickens ... Ace (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)

Robert 'Buzz' Henry ... Lt. Crittenden (edited from: Tonka) (archive footage)

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 8, Episode 20: Carnival Time

4 March 1962
Ludwig Von Drake takes a look at some major carnivals in New Orleans (hosted by Donald Duck) and Rio de Janeiro (hosted by Jose Carioca).

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Paul Frees ... Ludwig Von Drake / Announcer (voice)
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck (voice)
José Oliveira ... Jose Carioca (voice)

Season 8, Episode 21: The Prince and the Pauper: The Pauper King

11 March 1962
In London of 1537, two boys resembling each other meet accidentally and exchange "roles" for a short while. After many adventures, the prince regains his rightful identity and graciously makes his "twin" a ward of the court.

Season 8, Episode 22: The Prince and the Pauper: The Merciful Law of the King

18 March 1962

Season 8, Episode 23: The Prince and the Pauper: Long Live the Rightful King

25 March 1962

Season 8, Episode 24: Spy in the Sky

1 April 1962
Walt looks at the advances in space travel, as well as a preview of Moon Pilot (1962).

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Paul Frees ... Narrator (voice) (archive footage)
Jack Smith ... Weather Central Broadcaster (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 25: Von Drake in Spain

8 April 1962


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Paul Frees ... Ludwig Von Drake (voice)

Season 8, Episode 26: Disneyland After Dark

15 April 1962
Taking a look at Disneyland following nightfall, including nighttime entertainment and appearances by many celebrities of the day.

Louis Armstrong ... Himself

Bobby Rydell ... Himself

Annette Funicello ... Herself (as Annette)
Bobby Burgess ... Himself
Monette Moore ... Herself
Kid Ory ... Himself
Johnny St. Cyr ... Himself
Harvey Brooks ... Himself
The Elliott Brothers Orchestra ... Themselves
The Dapper Dans ... Themselves
The Osmonds ... Themselves
The Royal Tahitians ... Themselves
Paul Barn ... Carinet Player
Mike De Lay ... Trumpet Player

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Tony Paris ... Musician
Alton Redd ... Drum Player

Richard Dreyfuss ... Himself (unconfirmed) (uncredited)

Season 9


Season 9, Episode 1: The Golden Horseshoe Revue

23 September 1962
The 10,000th performance of Disneyland's venerable "Golden Horseshoe Revue," featuring special guest stars.

Annette Funicello ... Herself - Performer (as Annette)
Gene Sheldon ... Himself - Performer
Wally Boag ... Himself - Performer / Pecos Bill
Betty Taylor ... Herself - Performer / Slue-Foot Sue

Ed Wynn ... Himself
Fulton Burley

Walt Disney ... Himself

Season 9, Episode 2: Escapade in Florence: Part 1

30 September 1962


Tommy Kirk ... Tommy Carpenter

Annette Funicello ... Annette Aliotto
Nino Castelnuovo ... Bruno
Clelia Matania ... Aunt Gisella

Venantino Venantini ... Lorenzo
Ivan Desny ... Count Roberto
Odoardo Spadaro ... Padrone
Carlo Rizzo ... Uncle Mario
Renzo Palmer ... Carabiniere
Richard Watson ... Butler
Helen Stirling ... Miss Brooks
Elisa Cegani ... Felicia
Liana Del Balzo ... Countess Della Scala
George Ehling ... Gino (as Georges Ehling)
Ivan Triesault ... Professor Levenson

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 9, Episode 3: Escapade in Florence: Part 2

7 October 1962


Tommy Kirk ... Tommy Carpenter

Annette Funicello ... Annette Aliotto
Nino Castelnuovo ... Bruno
Clelia Matania ... Aunt Gisella

Venantino Venantini ... Lorenzo
Ivan Desny ... Count Roberto
Odoardo Spadaro ... Padrone
Carlo Rizzo ... Uncle Mario
Renzo Palmer ... Carabiniere
Richard Watson ... Butler
Helen Stirling ... Miss Brooks
Elisa Cegani ... Felicia
Liana Del Balzo ... Countess Della Scala
George Ehling ... Gino (as Georges Ehling)
Ivan Triesault ... Professor Levenson

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 9, Episode 4: The Silver Fox and Sam Davenport

14 October 1962


Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 9, Episode 5: Man Is His Own Worst Enemy

21 October 1962
Ludwig Von Drake explains on why people is the biggest challenge facing people these days, because they cause most problems, without which there would be no problems. He uses a variety of Disney cartoons to prove his point.

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Paul Frees ... Ludwig Von Drake / Radio voices (voice)
Frank Graham ... Reason / Foxy Loxy / Chicken Little / Cocky Locky / Additional Voices (voice) (archive footage)
Clarence Nash ... Donald Duck (voice)
Bill Thompson ... J. J. Fate (voice) (archive footage)
Pinto Colvig ... Goofy (voice) (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 6: Sammy, the Way-Out Seal: Part 1

28 October 1962
Disney film about two young brothers who secretly bring home a seal from their summer vacation and try to hide it from Mom and Dad. Havoc ensues as Sammy's antics disrupt the quiet town of Gatesville and its unsuspecting residents.

Jack Carson ... Harold Sylvester

Robert Culp ... Chester 'Chet' Loomis

Patricia Barry ... Helen Loomis
Elisabeth Fraser ... Lovey Sylvester

Michael McGreevey ... Arthur Loomis

Bill Mumy ... Petey Loomis (as Billy Mumy)

Ann Jillian ... Porsche 'Rocky' Sylvester
Renie Riano ... Mrs. Crody

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Mary Mitchel

Season 9, Episode 7: Sammy, the Way-Out Seal: Part 2

4 November 1962


Jack Carson ... Harold Sylvester

Robert Culp ... Chester 'Chet' Loomis

Patricia Barry ... Helen Loomis
Elisabeth Fraser ... Lovey Sylvester

Michael McGreevey ... Arthur Loomis

Bill Mumy ... Petey Loomis (as Billy Mumy)

Ann Jillian ... Porsche 'Rocky' Sylvester
Renie Riano ... Mrs. Crody

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host

Season 9, Episode 8: The Magnificent Rebel: Part 1

18 November 1962
The story of composer Ludwig Von Beethoven.
Karlheinz Böhm ... Ludwig van Beethoven (as Carl Boehm)
Giulia Rubini ... Countess Giulietta
Ivan Desny ... Prince Lichnowsky
Peter Arens ... Karl Amenda
Oliver Grimm ... Blind Boy
Bruno Dallansky ... Schuppanzigh
Peter Capell ... Doctor
Erich Winn ... French Colonel

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Gabriele Barth ... Landlord's Daughter (uncredited)
Erik Frey ... Count Guicciardi (uncredited)

Ernst Nadherny ... Franz Josef Haydn (uncredited)
Guido Wieland ... Landlord (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 9: The Magnificent Rebel: Part 2

25 November 1962

Karlheinz Böhm ... Ludwig van Beethoven (as Karl Boehm)
Peter Arens ... Karl Amenda
Gabriele Barth ... Landlord's Daughter
Bruno Dallansky ... Schuppanzigh
Ivan Desny ... Prince Lichnowsky

Walt Disney ... Himself - Host
Erik Frey ... Count Giucciardi
Oliver Grimm ... Blind Boy

Ernst Nadherny ... Franz Josef Haydn
Giulia Rubini ... Countess Giulietta
Guido Wieland ... Landlord
Erich Winn ... French Colonel

Season 9, Episode 10: The Mooncussers: Graveyard of Ships

2 December 1962
A young boy discovers the existence of a group called the Mooncussers - a gang of pirates that work at night and sends out false homing signals to ships at sea; the ships then crash on the shore, where they are looted by the gang.
Oskar Homolka ... Urias Hawke

Kevin Corcoran ... Jonathan Feather

Robert Emhardt ... Mr. Wick
Rian Garrick ... Dan Hallett
Joan Freeman ... Betsy Feather