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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
Year: 1958 | 1959 | 1960 | 1961 | 1962

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 1: The Besieged

23 September 1958
Bronco hears gunfire while riding. He spots a family headed for California being attacked by a band of gunmen. The family is not firing back so he helps assuming they are out of ammo but they are Quakers who do not believe in fighting.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Claude Akins ... Dirk Baggot

Sue Randall ... Hope Cabot

Jack Elam ... Dooley Lang

Robert Warwick ... Jeremiah Cabot

Allen Case ... Stu Baggot
Terry Rangno ... David Platt

House Peters Jr. ... Ben Cabot
Stewart Bradley ... Clay Platt
Joan Granville ... Susan Platt
Fern Barry ... Jenny Cabot

Season 1, Episode 2: Quest of the Thirty Dead

7 October 1958
One of Bronco's best friends is killed in a train wreck. Bronco looks into it, and discovers that the "accident" was in fact not an accident at all; the train was deliberately sabotaged. An old Civil War friend may be responsible.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Jay Novello ... Paco

Beverly Tyler ... Irene Lang

Tol Avery ... P.J. Mohler

Willis Bouchey ... Pearson

Ray Danton ... Bill Magrider

Peter Breck ... Jim Brandt (uncredited)
Augie Gomez ... Drunken Henchman (uncredited)

Fred Graham ... Henchman (uncredited)

Jack Perkins ... Agent on Train (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Turning Point

21 October 1958
Bronco discovers that the man whose life he just saved is in reality a notorious gunfighter after they decided to homestead together near Plainview. Bronco supports him as he tries to live down his reputation with the local citizens.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Scott Marlowe ... John Wesley Hardin

R.G. Armstrong ... Reverend Hardin

Walter Coy ... Sheriff Bob Walters

Ellen Corby ... Emma Hardin
Bud Slater ... Jeff Rider
James Douglas ... Cal Rider

Jimmy Lydon ... Deputy Roy Proudy (as James Lydon)
Ron Hayes ... Ed Lemon

Mike Ragan ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Four Guns and a Prayer

4 November 1958
Bronco takes the job of Sheriff at Cottonwood not realizing that the Garnet brothers have taken over resulting in several murders. Bronco is forced to ask for help from several gunfighters in order to save the town but there is resistance.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Douglas Kennedy ... Paul Duquesne
Pamela Lincoln ... Marcy Lake

Walter Barnes ... Dan Banner

Gary Vinson ... Jamie Ringgold

Veda Ann Borg ... Ada Jason

John Hubbard ... Aaron Lake
Stacy Keach Sr. ... Saul Garnet (as Stacy Keach)

Don Kelly ... Dave Garnet
Harry Antrim ... Mayor Sam Claypool

Francis De Sales ... Marshal Tate (as Francis DeSales)
Charles Fredericks ... McKee

John Cliff ... Stokes
Ben Morris ... Sky

Charles Stevens ... Shad
Jim Reppert ... Lloyd

Kenneth MacDonald ... Sheriff (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: Long Ride Back

18 November 1958
When Bronco comes back to his home town after having fought for the South in the Civil War, he finds that not only do many people in town consider him a traitor, but they also think he's a murderer who killed the brother of his fiancé.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Gerald Mohr ... Enrique 'Ricky' Cortez

Kathleen Crowley ... Redemption McNally

Mort Mills ... Jacob Stint

Paul Fix ... Tom McNally
Charles Fredericks ... Crane
Ken Terrell ... Card Dealer (uncredited)

Dale Van Sickel ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Trail to Taos

2 December 1958
A gang of bandits and Apaches have been robbing stagecoaches and wagon trains including massacring the victims in some cases. Bronco goes undercover for the Postal Service hoping to catch them in the act and find who is behind it.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne
Joanne Gilbert ... Mike Torrence
Ed Kemmer ... George Dowling (as Edward Kemmer)

Frank Ferguson ... The Parson
Ron Hayes ... Pitt
Mickey Simpson ... O'Brien

Terry Frost ... Sam Brown

Frank Wilcox ... Walter Tyner

Vince Barnett ... Restaurant Proprietor
Thomas Browne Henry ... Wilbur Hughes (as Thomas B. Henry)
Kenneth Becker ... Trapp (as Ken Becker)

Victor Lundin ... Madden (as Vic Lundin)

Vito Scotti ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Brand of Courage

16 December 1958
After being shot, Bronco comes to the aid of a group of nuns who have a cattle ranch and are about to touch off a range war with neighboring cattlemen who don't want them to sell their cattle in order to drive up the price.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne
Anna-Lisa ... Sister Theresa

Morris Ankrum ... Todd Morgan
George O'Hanlon ... Jake
Cheerio Meredith ... Sister Anna

George Keymas ... Regan

I. Stanford Jolley ... Charlie Stover
Val Benedict ... Ollie Morgan
Harry Harvey Jr. ... Luke Morgan
Carlyle Mitchell ... Avery

Season 1, Episode 8: Freeze-Out

30 December 1958
A writer hires Bronco to take her to the ghost town Basin City. It is at a high altitude near an abandoned gold mine and a glacier. Once there they run into three other men. They are there for reasons that put her and Bronco in danger.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Edgar Stehli ... Pancake Riddle
Grace Raynor ... Mary Brown

James Drury ... John Smith

Douglas Dick ... James Jones

Season 1, Episode 9: Baron of Broken Lance

13 January 1959
Trouble brews when Bronco is leading a wagon train through the wilderness. It seems that an old army buddy of his is on the train, and he's brought along the runaway daughter of a powerful cattle rancher, who doesn't like it one bit.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

William Reynolds ... Pete Loomis

Shirley Knight ... Cathy Ryker

Myron Healey ... Mitch Krass

King Calder ... Matt Ryker
K.L. Smith ... Jubal

Betty Lynn ... Molly Bailey
William Pullen ... Lt. George Bailey

Tom London ... Hank

Harry Strang ... Bill Bolin

Kermit Maynard ... Wagon Train Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Payroll of the Dead

27 January 1959
A stranded and isolated Bronco is hired by an army officer who rescues Bronco to take him to Sitting Bull's camp, where he has a request to make of the Indian leader. He is under orders to recover a payroll stolen by the Sioux in a raid.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

James Coburn ... Adam Coverly

Francis McDonald ... Sitting Bull (as Francis MacDonald)

Robert Warwick ... Pete

Lane Bradford ... Indian Leader
Walter Kray ... Blue Buffalo
Ken Terrell ... Gall

John Dehner ... Otis Dameyer

Eddie Little Sky ... Indian Brave (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: Riding Solo

10 February 1959
Bronco arrives in a small town right after a stagecoach robbery in which a man has been killed. Suspicion immediately falls upon him, and what he doesn't know is that the robbery was actually committed by an old friend of his.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Robert Lowery ... Mike Kirk

Ray Teal ... Tom Biggert

Will Wright ... Dr. Winkler
Anne Anderson ... Orissa Flynn

Richard Crane ... Jim Logan (as Dick Crane)
David Leland ... Tub Murphy

Peter Mamakos ... Pablo Delgado
William Masters ... Jess Kilgore

Stacy Graham ... Mrs. Pardee
Maurice Wells ... Colonel Flynn

John Harmon ... Mr. Fairweather

Kansas Moehring ... Townsman (uncredited)

Frank Sully ... Cafe Owner (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Borrowed Glory

24 February 1959
Bronco finds himself involved in blackmail and murder when he takes a job as deputy with a war hero who rescued him from a lynching. He discovers the man who won the Congressional Medal of Honor during the war may in fact not deserve it.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

William Reynolds ... Dick Nelson

Robert Vaughn ... Sheriff Lloyd Stover

Andra Martin ... Nancy Currier

Russell Thorson ... Currier (as Russ Thorsen)

Charles Cooper ... Frank Stover

Hal Baylor ... Kling

Sailor Vincent ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Silent Witness

10 March 1959
The outlaw Traxel brothers and gang leader Willis Turner murder Bronco's best friend and then frame him for the crime. The only thing that can save him is the testimony of a young girl who knows that Bronco didn't do it--but she's a mute.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Karl Swenson ... Sean Casey
Sherry Alberoni ... Dora Traxel (as Sherri Alberoni)

Chris Alcaide ... Brutus Traxel

Russ Conway ... Willis Turner

Tina Carver ... Rose Traxel
Tod Griffin ... Sheriff Garth Nelson
Karl 'Killer' Davis ... Marcus Traxel (as Karl Davis)
Baynes Barron ... Feeny

Charles Stevens ... Daniel Webster
Stanley Farrar ... Judge Ambrose

Kansas Moehring ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: The Belles of Silver Flat

24 March 1959
Bronco hired as shotgun by the Silver Flats bank is saved from certain death at the hands of a gunfighter by the quick wits of Rev. Dave Clayton, which leads to the confirmation that the preacher may not be exactly who he says he is.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Pernell Roberts ... Dave Clayton

Vaughn Taylor ... Doc Moody

John Beradino ... Turk Hansen

Veda Ann Borg ... Katie

Chubby Johnson ... Puddinstone
Grandon Rhodes ... Simon Madison

Hank Worden ... Jake
Helen Spring ... Mrs. Madison
Steve Mitchell ... Logan

John L. Cason ... Frank Hagar (uncredited)

Bud Osborne ... Stony Jackson (uncredited)

Jean Willes ... Saloon Girl (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Backfire

7 April 1959
Bronco is a deputy under Sheriff McKeever who has a reputation for having cleaned up Two Pines in the past but his age is showing. When he is killed after a bank robbery, Bronco's investigation leads him to some surprising conclusions.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne
Jeff York ... Wade Stanton

Carol Ohmart ... Laurie Callen

Barry Kelley ... Sheriff Lincoln McKeever

Walter Coy ... Victor Leggett
Joseph Holland ... Howard Thorpe

Don Beddoe ... Bert Daley

Troy Donahue ... Roy Parrott
Kathleen O'Malley ... Mrs. Graham

Season 1, Episode 16: School for Cowards

21 April 1959
Bronco gets a position teaching cadets at a military academy, but his job turns from instructor to investigator when a cadet runs away after learning he is half-Sioux and Bronco thinks his life may be threaten by a future stepfather.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Jeanne Cooper ... Martha Reynolds

Yvette Duguay ... Monacita (as Yvette Dugay)

Barry Atwater ... Capt. Otis Martin

Mike Connors ... Hurd Elliott (as Michael Connors)
Tommy Andre ... Jamie Reynolds
Charles Stalmaker ... Lt. Putnam (as Charles Stanaker)
Jimmy Baird ... Stuart Martin

Paul Engle ... Cadet Evans
Rick Murray ... Tracey Adams

Season 1, Episode 17: Prairie Skipper

5 May 1959
Bronco, hired on as trail boss on a cattle drive, tries to avoid outside problems. However, his troubles grow when he is forced to help a naval officer and comes up against a seductive woman who seems to have more than one husband.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Lorne Greene ... Capt. Amos Carr (as Lorne Green)
Arlene Howell ... Miranda Carr
Stephen Chase ... Tom Barkley

Bing Russell ... Jeb Thomas
Carlos Romero ... Angelo
Mickey Simpson ... Bosun

Mike Ragan ... Walt

Hank Patterson ... Chips

Kenne Duncan ... Ab
Art Stewart ... Pete

Kansas Moehring ... Trail Hand (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Shadow of a Man

19 May 1959
Outraged at becoming unwittingly implicated in a payroll robbery and murder, Bronco sets out to find the inside person who can clear him and bring back the money. He doesn't have a whole lot of time, however, as he is being hunted.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Wayne Morris ... Clete Raynor

George Wallace ... Sheriff Purdom
Rebecca Welles ... Lynne Henderson

Don 'Red' Barry ... Cookie Meyers (as Donald Barry)

Ray Montgomery ... Jim Henderson
Bill Bliss ... Webster (as William Bliss)

Clem Bevans ... Clerk

George Barrows ... Deputy 'Mort'

Season 1, Episode 19: Hero of the Town

2 June 1959
A bank clerk in Dusty Flats is found dead after a $10,000 bank robbery--with Bronco's gun in his hand and Bronco knocked out. Bronco is branded a coward and the clerk a hero so Bronco tries to find the three men responsible on his own.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Lynn Bari ... Amy Biggs
Karl Weber ... Ab Walker

Richard Carlyle ... Jeff Colton

Harry Lauter ... Bill Mack

Ken Mayer ... Sheriff Turner

Francis De Sales ... Lawrence Larson
Henry Hunter ... Foster

Stephen Coit ... Tod Biggs
Terry Rangno ... Tippy Biggs

Season 1, Episode 20: Red Water North

19 September 1959
Bronco is hired to deliver a riverboat to his friend Martha Chandler. He hasn't counted, though, on a ruthless businessman who doesn't want the ship to complete the trip, and a beautiful blonde passenger who has her own agenda.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Dorothy Provine ... Gilda Harper

Karl Swenson ... Captain Taylor
Burt Douglas ... Rolf Chandler
Hugh Sanders ... Caleb White

Michael Forest ... Jacques Perrault
Sarah Selby ... Martha Chandler

Kelly Thordsen ... Matt Crane

J. Edward McKinley ... Pollard
Ron Hayes ... Farber

Olan Soule ... Myron Catlett (as Olan Soulé)

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: Game at the Beacon Club

22 September 1959
Bronco introduces a pretty young girl to a wealthy older man, not knowing that the girl is actually a con artist out to fleece the man and his friends of everything she can get. Bronco finds himself in the middle of the situation.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Pat Crowley ... Amanda Stover

Barry Kelley ... Gerald J. Harkness

Connie Hines ... Cynthy Harkness
Gage Clarke ... Mr. Blythe

Victor Sen Yung ... Mr. Fong
Joseph Mell ... Telegrapher (as Joe Mell)
Gil Lamb ... Cigar Man
John Holland ... Junius Winters
Patricia George ... Pretty Girl

Harry Strang ... Old Salt
Brandon Beach ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Poker Player (uncredited)
King Lockwood ... Club Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: The Burning Springs

6 October 1959
Bronco rides into a town and finds himself confronted by a man from his past who shoots him. While testifying at the court martial of the man who tried to kill him, Bronco finds himself reliving his experiences during the Civil War.

Season 2, Episode 3: Bodyguard

20 October 1959
Bronco is hired to protect Frank Kelton by sticking with Dan Flood who is threatening to kill him, but when Kelton is killed, Bronco finds himself with no shortage of suspects - a whole string of people confess to killing him.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Alan Hale Jr. ... Dan Flood (as Alan Hale)

Alan Baxter ... Frank Kelton

Catherine McLeod ... Judith Kelton

Yvonne Craig ... Stephanie Kelton

Arthur Space ... Sheriff

Gary Lockwood ... Johnny Evans (as Gary Yurosek)

Harry Harvey ... Dr. Haggerty (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Fred Sherman ... Farge

Pierre Watkin ... Judge Blair

Hal Smith ... Bartender
Forrest Lewis ... Desk Clerk (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: The Soft Answer

3 November 1959
Cattlemen and sheep men are in dispute over grazing. Bronco doesn't want to get involved but has to step in before a range war breaks out, mainly because Billy the Kid wants to back the sheep men who refuse to use guns in the fight.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Nancy Gates ... Kay Ransom

Leo Gordon ... Barnaby Spence

Ray Stricklyn ... Billy the Kid

Mike Road ... Mike Ransom

Joseph Ruskin ... Jackson

Robert Colbert ... Arron Running Deer

Gregg Barton ... Baldy

Spencer Chan ... Ah Wing (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: The Last Resort

17 November 1959
Pursued by Marshall Gaffney for a robbery he did not commit, Bronco rides to the town of "Last Resort" - a hideout for outlaws on the Mexican border. There Bronco hopes to clear his name by finding the real robber who framed him.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Marshall Thompson ... Billy Styles

Kent Taylor ... Three-Finger Jack

Jean Allison ... Flora Waters

Ken Lynch ... Marshal Gaffney

Vito Scotti ... Pio Quinta

Arthur Space ... Morgan Owing
Jim Hayward ... Silas Waters

Orville Sherman ... Johnny Behind The Deuce (as Orvil Sherman)

Robert Carson ... Sheriff Hodgkins (as Bob Carson)

Don C. Harvey ... Curly Dan Nagle (as Don Harvey)
Peggy Jackson ... Peggy
Warren Vanders ... Jenkins

John L. Cason ... McBride (as John Cason)
Emile Avery ... Posse Member (uncredited)
Fred Carson ... Ragan (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: The Devil's Spawn

1 December 1959
Ambushed and shot by an escaped prisoner, Bronco is saved by a rancher, but finds himself drawn into the rancher's feud with a nearby family. Bronco is there to arrest the prisoner who is the brother of the rancher who helped him.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Troy Donahue ... Bart Donner

Ray Teal ... Jeb Donner
Mike Keene ... Pete Donner

Gary Vinson ... Bud Donner
Dan Sheridan ... Sheriff Elkins

George Mitchell ... Rob Maxton
Richard Evans ... Wes Maxton (as Dick Evans)
Jerry Summers ... Willy Maxton

Season 2, Episode 7: Flight from an Empire

15 December 1959
Bronco rescues and hires a mother and son who are refugees from the fallen empire of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico, but he soon discovers that bandits who believe the two know where $5 million in gold is buried are after them.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Kaaren Verne ... Ilse von Waldenheim (as Karen Verne)

Mary Tyler Moore ... Marilee Goddard

Barry Kelley ... Goddard

Sasha Harden ... Franz von Waldenheim

Albert Carrier ... Philip de Nilon

Don 'Red' Barry ... Joe Riley (as Donald Barry)

Leon Belasco ... Alexandre
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Manuel Figueres (as Rudolfo Hoyos)
Freddie Roberto ... Renaldo Hiera (as Frederic Roberto)

Naomi Stevens ... Sevarina

Season 2, Episode 8: Night Train to Denver

29 December 1959
Bronco accompanies a corpse for $25 by train to Denver. On the same train is a friend escorting $100,000 plus a pretty blonde. At the end of the trip he finds himself in jail for stealing the money and then forced to find it by two men.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne
Jacquelyn McKeever ... Laura Winters

Brad Dexter ... Al Simon

Myron Healey ... Matt Larker

Robert Colbert ... Jack Finley

Robert Clarke ... Ned Atkins
Charles Maxwell ... Sheriff Elliot

Jonathan Hole ... Carver

Roy Engel ... Marshal Nelson
Dale Johnson ... Hastings

Guy Wilkerson ... Hawkins
Emile Avery ... Barfly (uncredited)

Victor Buono ... Man on Train (uncredited)
Fred Carson ... Bartender (uncredited)

Tom Kennedy ... Railroad Baggage Clerk (uncredited)

Max Wagner ... Winning Poker Player (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Shadow of Jesse James

12 January 1960
U.S. Deputy Marshal Bronco who knows Jesse James from the Civil War is given the task of finding him. Bronco tries to convince Cole Younger, a member of the infamous James gang, to turn over Jesse James, who is a heartless killer.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Jeanne Cooper ... Belle Starr

James Coburn ... Jesse James

Richard Coogan ... Cole Younger

William Forrest ... Marshal Joe Shelby

I. Stanford Jolley ... Old Man Shirley

Don Eitner ... Deputy Clay

James Westmoreland ... Jim Younger (as Rad Fulton)
Bill Tennant ... Bob Younger
Ronald Keith Baroney ... Clell
Lasse Hellman ... Bloody Bill Anderson (as Lester Hellman)

Season 2, Episode 10: Masquerade

26 January 1960
Bronco's undercover efforts to turn four teenage wanna-be outlaws he caught is interrupted when a violent gang of outlaws decides to rob the same gold shipment. When the sheriff is killed, the town threatens to lynch Bronco for it.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne
Jennifer West ... Anne Davis

Joel Grey ... Runt Bowles

Rusty Lane ... Luke Davis

Frank Albertson ... J.R. Keene
Clay Randolph ... Joe Bush
Richard Evans ... Tim Willis
Paul Nesbitt ... Pat Keene (as Chance Nesbitt)

Paul Maxwell ... Lou Drum
Thad Swift ... Bowles

Bill Baldwin ... Hoxy
Baynes Barron ... North
Joe Cranston ... Doc Barnaby
Howard McLeod ... Parsons
Nesdon Booth ... Bartender

Season 2, Episode 11: Volunteers from Aberdeen

9 February 1960
Bronco is working undercover on a cattle drive as a Pinkerton man looking for a man. Bronco's lovesick friend is up on robbery and murder charges, of which he isn't guilty, and Bronco has to clear his name and unmask the real killer.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne
Susan Morrow ... Molly Corley
Karl Weber ... John Corley

Regis Toomey ... Judge Claymore

Robert Reed ... Tom Fuller

Harry Shannon ... Pop Fuller
Tod Griffin ... Chip Garnes

John Harmon ... Dykes
Anne Loos ... Mrs. Bock

Season 2, Episode 12: Every Man a Hero

23 February 1960
Bronco, an Army Scout, arrives at Ft. Monument escorting the commander's wife not long after an Indian massacre has taken place leaving five enlisted men. He soon begins to suspect that the "survivors" aren't quite what they seem to be.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Patricia Barry ... Amy Carter

Simon Oakland ... Sergeant Ross

Mike Road ... Cpl. Rod Evans

Warren Oates ... Pvt. Hurd Maple

John Milford ... Pvt. Loren Crane

Ron Soble ... Pvt. Warren Hawks
Herman Rudin ... Black Leg

Season 2, Episode 13: Death of an Outlaw

8 March 1960
Bronco as ramrod for John Tunstall gets involved in a range war and is helped by outlaw Billy the Kid. However, after everything is settled, Billy still remains a wanted outlaw and is being pursued by bounty hunter Sheriff Pat Garrett.

Season 2, Episode 14: The Human Equation

22 March 1960
After a cholera outbreak, Bronco is finally able to convince an army officer to send the Osage Indians to a fertile reservation in Wyoming before his death from the disease. But a hostile new commander may torpedo his efforts.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne
Lawrence Dobkin ... Col. Arthur

Herbert Rudley ... Maj. Trask

Robert Barrat ... Crippled Bear (as Robert H. Barrat)
Joe Patridge ... Sgt. Hughes

Harp McGuire ... Capt. Williams
Kem Dibbs ... Crooked Knife
Saundra Edwards ... Little Moon
John Truax ... Trooper Wolf
Dean Severence ... Lt. Greer

Season 2, Episode 15: Montana Passage

5 April 1960
In order to find the outlaws who framed him for murder, Bronco fakes his own death and takes the identity of a colonist. He joins a steamboat of other settlers one of whom nearly exposes him until she realizes he might be innocent.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Mala Powers ... Ruth Miller

Mari Blanchard ... Lola Dalzel

Robert Colbert ... Lt. Cliff O'Neil
Hugh Sanders ... Stratton

Charles Cooper ... Wild Bill Hickok

Milton Frome ... Sheriff

Paul Carr ... Deputy Orville Jones
Gregg Dunn ... Captain

Herb Vigran ... Young
Alfred Shelly ... Jud Lawrence (as Al Shelly)
Sondra Rodgers ... Mrs. Mapes
Voorheis J. Ardoin ... Emile Wagner (as V.J. Ardwin)

Rex Reason ... Amory Tate

Michael Forest ... Indian (uncredited)
Robert Glenn ... Young Man (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Single Man in Line (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Gunfight Spectator in Saloon (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Legacy of Twisted Creek

19 April 1960
Bronco's after a killer and intends to bring him back alive, but a band of renegade Apaches plans to kill his prisoner in order to foment an Indian uprising while several whites are hoping he fails to start a war with the Apaches.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Gustavo Rojo ... Char

Carleton Young ... Maj. Allison Tedrow

John Anderson ... Andy Strudevant

Richard Hale ... Long Shadow

Henry Brandon ... Yellow Moon

Robert Williams ... Howdy McNellis (as Robert B. Williams)

Billy M. Greene ... Royal Washburne
Dick Rich ... Sergeant Chase

Larry Chance ... Many Trees
Mike Sargent ... Lieutenant Hendrix
William Mims ... Sheriff Armbruster (as Bill Mims)

Kansas Moehring ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Tangled Trail

3 May 1960
Bronco comes to the aid of the small rancher Joe Russo up against a brutal cattle baron to collect a debt owed Bronco. He winds up accused of murder when the cattle baron uses the herder's mentally unbalanced wife to get at him.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Randy Stuart ... Claire Russo
Joan Lora ... Robin Russo

Marc Lawrence ... Joe Russo

Arch Johnson ... Mark Tanner
Bob Wienskjo ... Dove (as Bob Wiensko)
Stacy Keach Sr. ... Barton (as Stacy Keach)

Roy Barcroft ... Martin

Gene Roth ... Owens
Michael Harris ... Larker

Robert Shayne ... Sheriff Henry Logan
Charles Alvin Bell ... Benson (as C. Alvin Bell)
Larry Hudson ... Haynes

Selmer Jackson ... Judge Kingsley

Season 2, Episode 18: La Rubia

17 May 1960
Bronco riding shotgun on a stage when it is attacked by Apaches is wounded. He is forced into dangerous intrigue involving a Mexican bandit who rescues them, a treacherous blonde girl who is a passenger and a cache of hidden gold.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Joan O'Brien ... Judith Castle

Faith Domergue ... Catalina
Carlos Romero ... Urbino

Fabrizio Mioni ... Salazar
Jack Mather ... Brother Paul
Miguel Ángel Landa ... Lt. Pasqual (as Miguel Landa)
Paul Fierro ... Captain Rojas

Rodolfo Acosta ... Tomas Fierro (as Rudolph Acosta)
Jerry Velasco ... Bandido (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: Winter Kill

31 May 1960
Marshal Sample and Bronco are escorting a prisoner to the county jail they rescued from a lynching, but their job may be hampered by a vengeful mother who has sworn to kill the prisoner. When Sample is killed, Bronco must take over.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Edgar Buchanan ... 'Pop' Ben Owens

Virginia Gregg ... Kate Crowley

Merry Anders ... Francy Owens
Richard Rust ... Jack Crowley

John Litel ... Marshal Matt Sample

John Mitchum ... Al Sawyer

Arthur Space ... Lansford

Henry Brandon ... Chato
Fred Carson ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: End of a Rope

14 June 1960
Deputy US Marshal Bronco chases an escaped prisoner from Montana to New Mexico. After a friend is murdered, He discovers a complicated scheme to protect outlaws on the run, and winds up sentenced to the gallows himself.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Joan Marshall ... Rouge Carter
Melora Conway ... Melissa Brierly

Vaughn Taylor ... Judge Whittaker

Horace McMahon ... Marshal Tom Merrick

Robert Colbert ... Deputy Pete Andrews

Don Haggerty ... Sheriff Sherm Landry

Pitt Herbert ... Perry Plankton

Jimmy Lydon ... Allan Brierly (as James Lydon)
Allan Nixon ... Wib Travis
James Hurst ... Jim Fargo

Jack Perrin ... Hanging Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: The Mustangers

17 October 1960
Bronco takes a job herding cattle cars, working for an arrogant boss who has a beautiful and flirtatious younger wife. During a fight, the boss falls off the train, and Bronco is blamed, but the man's body can't be found.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Whitney Blake ... Laurel Shelton

Kenneth Tobey ... Walt Campbell

Arch Johnson ... George Gunlock

Robert Armstrong ... Marshal Herbert Coles
Robert Ridgely ... Jimmy Smith
Mike Keene ... Abner Shelton
Miriam Nelson ... Emmy Coles
Mickey Morton ... Jockey

Season 3, Episode 2: Apache Treasure

7 November 1960
Army scout Bronco is to find out who's been killing and scalping Apache men, woman, and children. The chief's brother was among the last victims, and Bronco must find the guilty parties before the peace treaty is broken and war breaks out.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Buddy Ebsen ... Sergeant Cass

Mort Mills ... Hickins

Chad Everett ... Lieutenant Finley

Richard Hale ... Chief Victorio

Ed Prentiss ... Maj. Donald Keever
Howard Petrie ... Matt Rigby
Maurice Jara ... Gollalo
Jack Big Head ... Gokli (as Jack Bighead)

Season 3, Episode 3: Seminole War Pipe

12 December 1960
To save two Seminole friends, man and wife, from a lynching by former Confederates, Bronco tells them the story of how they tried to help the South in the war by bringing Jefferson Davis' peace offering to their chief in Florida.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Anna Kashfi ... Princess Natula

Dean Fredericks ... Greywolf
Boyd Holister ... John Jumper (as Robert Palmer)

Robert Warwick ... Akacita
Don Wilbanks ... Corporal Tyrone

Frank Wilcox ... Colonel Baylor

Morris Ankrum ... General Blunt

Robert Brubaker ... Clay
James Waters ... Lieutenant

Charles Tannen ... Tate
William Riggs ... Alligator

Charles Soldani ... Indian (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: Ordeal at Dead Tree

2 January 1961
A bank is robbed and a teller killed. The four brothers responsible knock out Bronco and make it look like he was involved. He is arrested but escapes when lynch talk gets out of control and heads with the sheriff to find the real robbers.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Merry Anders ... Lucy Follett

Frank Ferguson ... Marshal Bob Harrod

Dorothy Neumann ... Prudence Harrod
Trent Dolan ... Roy Anders
Richard Reeves ... Jake Welty

Stephen Joyce ... Phil Welty

Norman Alden ... Shad Welty
Alfred Shelly ... Burt Welty (as Al Shelly)
Mary Newton ... Mrs. Lloyd
Lenmana Guerin ... Conchita (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: The Invaders

23 January 1961
Bronco rides into Peaceful to see his Army friend Marshal Durrock and his daughter Molly. He finds himself the acting Marshal when the Tilsey gang kidnaps Molly threatening to kill her unless they have free reign to steal a gold shipment.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Gerald Mohr ... Mace Tilsey

Shirley Knight ... Molly Durrock

Joan Marshall ... Lucille Masters

Walter Sande ... Marshal Steve Durrock

Gary Vinson ... Clay Dawson

Robert Colbert ... Captain Jamison
Bob Wienskjo ... Buck Mannering

Robert Anderson ... Seymour (as Bob Anderson)
Charles Buck ... Harry Dawson (as Charles S. Buck)

Jimmy Lydon ... Shorty Dolan (as James Lydon)
Emile Avery ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Max Baer Jr. ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Fred Carson ... Jeffers (uncredited)

John L. Cason ... Stage Attendant (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: The Buckbrier Trail

20 February 1961
Bronco has been requested to transport a prisoner to Santa Fe for trial for robbery and murder while a decoy goes on the stage. He loses sealed instructions for an emergency which occurs when a victim's relatives attack them.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Mike Road ... Lieutenant Blyden
Sandra Bettin ... Ruth Gillespie (as Sandra Gale Bettin)

Denver Pyle ... Norton Gillespie

Paul Birch ... Marshal Pete Kilgore

Michael Keep ... Walter Rurick
Charles Seel ... Hotel Clerk
Tipp McClure ... Watts

Ray Danton ... Fred Larkin
Emile Avery ... Stage Driver (uncredited)
Fred Carson ... Soldier (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Gillespie Ranch Hand (uncredited)

George Selk ... Eddie (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Yankee Tornado

13 March 1961
Bronco is hunting meat for the railroad in Montana working for Henry Paddock. After a fight over a bear with Theodore Roosevelt, they come to respect each other. Bronco soon realizes Roosevelt is right that his bosses are up to something.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne
Will Hutchins ... Tom 'Sugarfoot' Brewster

Peter Breck ... Theodore Roosevelt

Whitney Blake ... Julie

Tristram Coffin ... George Mayfield (as Tris Coffin)

Don Haggerty ... Henry Paddock

Lee Van Cleef ... Shanghai Williams

John Alvin ... Jim March

Tom London ... Rowdy O'Brien
Ralph Thomas ... Lieutenant Sparks
Henry Hunter ... Governor

Charles Stevens ... Yellow Claw

Season 3, Episode 8: Manitoba Manhunt

3 April 1961
Deputy U.S. Marshal Bronco is asked to go with two marshals to Canada to identify a wanted man - his commanding officer in the war. In Canada they meet with the RCMP who help find the man. However, questions arise about his two partners.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Jacqueline Beer ... Celeste Powell

Judson Pratt ... Marlow
Felix Deebank ... Corporal Sandy Scott
Richard Garland ... Dana Powell

John Baer ... Coil

Friedrich von Ledebur ... Baptiste Leblanc (as Frederick Ledebur)
Napua Wood ... Monka (as Napua)

Jackie Searl ... Spaulding (as Jack Searl)
Jeff DeBenning ... Marshal Shelby

Patrick Whyte ... Inspector Fraser

Season 3, Episode 9: Stage to the Sky

24 April 1961
Bronco stops the lynching of a friend who went from gunfighter to minister. The money he raised for a new church was stolen so the parishioners with some encouragement think he stole it. Bronco soon discovers who he thinks really did it.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Joan Marshall ... Molly Rawlins

Kent Taylor ... Billy Rawlins

Bing Russell ... Johnny Rawlins

Denver Pyle ... Nelson
Richard Reeves ... Riley
Charles Fredericks ... Mike
Ron Corsi ... Cass Jones
Thomas E. Jackson ... Elderly Gentleman (as Tommy Jackson)

Gail Bonney ... Mrs. Johnson
Fred Carson ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: Guns of the Lawless

8 May 1961
Bronco finds the owners of the Rocking Chair ranch, Gil Groves and Petrie Munger, have split the ranch allowing a feud to develop. Munger has hired a sadistic gunman, who beats Bronco and Groves' foreman leaving them in the desert to die.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Olive Sturgess ... Virginia Munger

Corey Allen ... Judd Gander

Fred Beir ... Joe Spain

Denver Pyle ... Petrie Munger

Morris Ankrum ... Gilbert Groves

Tom Fadden ... Pop Kelly

John A. Alonzo ... Tony Gomez (as John Alonzo)

Kenneth MacDonald ... Sheriff Lem Pritt

Harry Harvey ... Doc Clement (as Harry Harvey Sr.)

I. Stanford Jolley ... Lige Andrews
Harold Fong ... Mu Ling

Charles Morton ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 4

Season 4, Episode 1: The Cousin from Atlanta

16 October 1961
Sheriff Bronco welcomes his pretty young cousin Amanda from Atlanta hoping to find more excitement. Unfortunately one of the things she finds exciting is a young gunman who has his own devious plans for the town's upcoming social event.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne
Joseph Gallison ... Tommy Dancer (as Evan McCord)

Anne Helm ... Amanda Layne
Kaye Elhardt ... Gail Summers

John Beradino ... Ross Kinkaid

Gary Vinson ... Johansen Jorgeson

Emory Parnell ... Olaf Jorgeson

Billy M. Greene ... Shad

Richard Benedict ... Logan (as Dick Benedict)

Stephen Mines ... George Ardmore

Jack Kenny ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Race Spectator (uncredited)
Jake Sheffield ... Jake (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Drunken Barfly (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: Prince of Darkness

6 November 1961
Bronco and actor Edwin Booth, brother of President Lincoln's assassin, work undercover by pretending to be hostile to America so as to infiltrate a group that is plotting to overthrow the government at the request of President Grant.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Efrem Zimbalist Jr. ... Edwin Booth

John Howard ... Andrew Millard

Jason Evers ... Henry Riley
Donna Drew ... Enid Taylor

Byron Keith ... Col. Bart Traver

Denver Pyle ... William Mason

Larry J. Blake ... Tom Lafferty (as Larry Blake)

Clark Howat ... Sheriff Penrose

Keith Richards ... John Felton
Alan Reynolds ... James Hughes
Stephen Chase ... Roger Crane
Gabriel Walsh ... Dan Bates

Jack Kenny ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: One Came Back

27 November 1961
Bronco hires on as a guide to three men and a woman who claim to be starting a business in another town. Actually they are a gang of robbers who have already killed one Pinkerton agent, and are now being pursued by another.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Karen Steele ... Vicky Norton
Robert McQueeney ... Jeremy Clay
John Rayner ... Peter Clay (as John Ramondetta)
Charles Fredericks ... Harvey Barnett

William Bryant ... Sgt. Willoughby

Francis De Sales ... Sheriff Massey (as Francis DeSales)
Jim Sweeney ... Steve (as James Sweeney)

Kenneth MacDonald ... Sheriff Elliott

Paul Keast ... Mr. Anderson
Emile Avery ... 2nd Stage Driver (uncredited)

Slim Pickens ... 1st Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 4: The Equalizer

18 December 1961
Bronco is assigned to keep the peace between feuding outlaws Butch Cassidy and Billy Doolin as they - and their gangs - visit the town of Painted Rock for the wedding of Cassidy's niece and Doolin's brother but others take advantage.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Jack Elam ... Toothy Thompson

Marie Windsor ... Belle Logan

Steve Brodie ... Butch Cassidy
Sheldon Allman ... Billy Doolin

Johnny Seven ... Dave Ward

Frank Albertson ... Sheriff Steve Gage

Don 'Red' Barry ... Luke Mace (as Donald Barry)

Harry Lauter ... Jim Morgan

Toby Michaels ... Ella Cassidy

James Seay ... Marshal John Heyes

Jack Nicholson ... Bob Doolin

Season 4, Episode 5: The Harrigan

25 December 1961
Bronco and hard-drinking Irishman Terrence Harrigan are fired after the wagon they were guarding is attacked, drivers killed and the gold shipment stolen. Both Harrigan and Bronco decide to fight the gang responsible by infiltrating it.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Sean McClory ... Terrence Harrigan

Kathie Browne ... Heather Miller

Jack Cassidy ... Edward Miller
George O'Hanlon ... Albany Ames

Ken Lynch ... Sheriff Wallace
Wright King ... Allen Miller
Jack Hogan ... Gambler
Dick Graf ... Miles Miller

Clyde Howdy ... Gunman
Emile Avery ... Payroll Wagon Driver (uncredited)
Fred Carson ... Brawler (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: Beginner's Luck

1 January 1962
Bronco finds himself involved in a feud between ranchers Matt Wigram and Jim Gant and the friction between Gant and his son, who is anxious to get out on his own and prove himself independent of his father. Bronco tries to protect the son.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne
Buzz Martin ... Lew Gant

Jean Willes ... Dolly Lewis

Hayden Rorke ... Matt Wigram

Pamela Austin ... Marion Gant

Virginia Christine ... Martha Gant

Don Kelly ... Buck Hodel (as Don O'Kelly)

Keith Richards ... Jim Gant
John Durren ... Sammy

Walter Coy ... Sheriff Springer
Barbara Beaird ... Odalie Gant (as Barbara Ann Beaird)

Hank Patterson ... Railroad Costigan

Gregg Palmer ... Wes Taylor (uncredited)

Mike Ragan ... Hitch (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: Ride the Whirlwind

15 January 1962
Dr. Miles Gillis is returning home from prison after sending warnings the four men who sent him to prison are going to die. Convicted of treason for treating rebels, he is a friend of Bronco and one of the men threatened - the sheriff.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Chad Everett ... Johnny Davis

Vaughn Taylor ... Miles Gillis

Edward Platt ... Ben Lockwood

Willis Bouchey ... Judge Fowler

George Petrie ... Tom Egan

Robert Anderson ... Len Peters (as Robert G. Anderson)

Pamela Austin ... Mary Fowler
Fred Sherman ... Postmaster Freyes

Season 4, Episode 8: A Sure Thing

22 January 1962
Bronco wins a 1000 cattle in poker. However, when he tries to bring them to market, he runs into one rancher who charges him outrageous fees for grazing them and another who won't let Bronco cross his property to take the cattle to market.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Alan Hale Jr. ... Squire (as Alan Hale)
Mickey Simpson ... Jonah

Joan Taylor ... Lorain Mitchell

Trevor Bardette ... Dutch Vandervort

Barry Kelley ... Poole

Russell Thorson ... Jack Armitage

William Phipps ... Madden

Harry Harvey ... Benjamin Carstairs (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
K.L. Smith ... Grandby

Marshall Reed ... Harrison

Herb Vigran ... White

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: Trail of Hatred

5 February 1962
Bronco, an Army scout, is sent on a secret mission with a young cavalry officer who is bringing back a deserter and the money he stole ten years ago to face punishment. What's more, the deserter is the officer's father.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Kent Smith ... Dana Powell
Nina Shipman ... Cathy Foreman
Rian Garrick ... Lt. Steve Powell

James Griffith ... Corporal Fonda
Joseph Gallison ... Private Foster (as Evan McCord)

George Keymas ... Private Moreno

Ken Mayer ... Sgt. Prouty

Robert Carson ... Col. Cummings
Jack Big Head ... Chotah (as Jack Bighead)

Season 4, Episode 10: Rendezvous with a Miracle

12 February 1962
Deputy Bronco Layne is trailing Marshal Hank Barton who is hoping Valerie Ames will lead him to Mike Bestor, $50,000 and the bandit Rico Cardido who stole it. A stage accident kills the Marshal and Valerie to assume the identity of a nun.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Mike Road ... Mike Bestor

Gloria Talbott ... Valerie Ames

Mabel Albertson ... Mother Maria Theodore

Rico Alaniz ... Rico Cardido
Paul Fierro ... Lobo
Julie Van Zandt ... Sister Mary Agnes

Marshall Reed ... Marshal Hank Barton

Harry Strang ... Stage Coach Driver
Ollie O'Toole ... Clem
Pedro Gonzalez-Gonzalez Jr. ... Diego (as Pedro Gonzales)
Sandra Abbott ... Anita

Season 4, Episode 11: Destinies West

26 February 1962
Bronco is working undercover to find a Confederate guerrilla who stole $1,000,000 in gold bullion. His first lead is shot and dies but a clue he left leads Bronco to the guerrilla's home, Bonnetville, and a beautiful dealer.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Kathleen Crowley ... Belle Siddons
Robert McQueeney ... Major Creighton

Leo Gordon ... Nero Hollister

Don 'Red' Barry ... Stumpy (as Donald Barry)

Bing Russell ... Rance Crosby

Jon Lormer ... Doc Emmery

James Anderson ... Steve Jarrett

Gregg Palmer ... Colton

Ed Prentiss ... Colonel Welch
William Bell ... Will Sanderson

John Dehner ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: The Last Letter

5 March 1962
Bronco is to lead a group of wagons into Mexico with farm implements as a cover for $1,000,000 in gold to support the Mexicans against the French. He has recruited a group of reconstructed rebels for the trip and there are surprises.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne
Patricia Crest ... Della Harte

Robert J. Wilke ... McKee Bucklin (as Robert Wilke)

Robert Colbert ... Quill

Ernest Sarracino ... Ramon Solado
Joseph Gallison ... Rob Bucklin (as Evan McCord)
Mickey Simpson ... Dud Miller
Richard Garland ... Captain Grey
Harry Harvey Jr. ... Midge

Jackie Searl ... Snowball (as Jack Searl)

Rush Williams ... Rafe

Doye O'Dell ... Marsten

Andrew Duggan ... Abraham Lincoln (voice) (uncredited)
Lou Krugman ... Captain DeLargo (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: One Evening in Abilene

19 March 1962
Bronco is leading a cattle drive to Abilene, Kansas, a town torn apart by the Civil War. One of his drovers, a young ex-Confederate, gets into continuous trouble over his past, and a woman hopes to use him to get revenge on Marshal Hickok.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Tony Young ... Tod Chapman
Lisa Gaye ... Donna Coe
Jered Barclay ... Clay Ferraday

Jack Cassidy ... Marshal Bill Hickok

Lee Van Cleef ... Charley Clune
Tom Gilson ... Boley

George Petrie ... Jack Coe
Don Kennedy ... Johnny
Marshall Bradford ... Morley
Fred Carson ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 14: Until Kingdom Come

26 March 1962
Bronco has been hired to protect Prince Philip and his caretaker who have crossed over from Mexico into the U.S.A. A Mexican wants them for revenge in the killing of his brother while others are after them for the $1 million in jewels.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Jacqueline Beer ... Duchess Eugenia

Philip Carey ... Josh Glendon

Rodolfo Acosta ... Juan Rodriguez

Ken Lynch ... Sheriff Lacey

Kathleen Freeman ... Mrs. Kelly

Michael Davis ... Prince Philip
Richard Flato ... Count Jacques da Tremaine

Season 4, Episode 15: Moment of Doubt

2 April 1962
Captain Bronco Layne is given a dishonorable discharge from the U.S. Army, but it's part of a plan to get him into a ring of conspirators who are plotting to assassinate top government officials so they can take it over.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne
Roxane Berard ... Petra DuBois
Earl Hammond ... Oswald Mercer

Walter Brooke ... Hammond Craig

Tol Avery ... Turlowe

Laurie Mitchell ... Bess

Frank Wilcox ... Colonel
Bill Walker ... Dorso

Doodles Weaver ... Grimes

Mike Ragan ... Caldwell

Season 4, Episode 16: A Town That Lived and Died

9 April 1962
A young woman who claims to be writing an article on western ghost towns hires Bronco as a guide to a ghost town he knows. When they arrive, he finds himself surrounded by men from the town wanting revenge for his work during the war.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne
Jolene Brand ... Emily Taylor Van Dix

Ahna Capri ... Emily Taylor (Age 15) (as Anna Capri)

Robert Rockwell ... Van Dix

Russell Thorson ... Frank Sutton (as Russ Thorson)
John Alderson ... Francis Randolph

E.J. André ... Murdo
Gregg Martell ... Gard

Walter Reed ... Walter Taylor

Lane Chandler ... Tom Finch

Season 4, Episode 17: The Immovable Object

16 April 1962
Bronco working for the Army Engineers finds himself involved in trying to move one last settler out of a basin that is to be flooded to make a lake. The man and his granddaughter start a worldwide riot when a reporter tells their story.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

Mike Road ... Emmett Dawson
Maggie Pierce ... Melvina

William Fawcett ... Tom Christopher

George N. Neise ... Maj. Elijah Moore (as George Neise)

Robert Hogan ... Captain Meadows (as Bob Hogan)

Frank Ferguson ... Gen. William T. Sherman

J. Edward McKinley ... Governor
William Bell ... Charlie Streeter

Greg Benedict ... Lieutenant Chamberlain
Eddie Marr ... Sergeant Gardner
Al Checco ... Sergeant Baxter

Season 4, Episode 18: Then the Mountains

30 April 1962
Bronco leads a group of ex-rebels from Virginia. They are near Fort Bridger and old feelings surface when an Army patrol stops them looking for a deserter suspected of robbing and murdering a sutler in an area known to be unsafe.

Ty Hardin ... Bronco Layne

John Dehner ... Ben Cullen

Gerald Mohr ... Kent Bohannon

James Best ... Frankie Banton

Susan Seaforth Hayes ... Julie Mae Hawley (as Susan Seaforth)
Jim Boles ... Jonathan Hawley

Med Flory ... Vance Pelham

Ken Mayer ... Horse Trader

Myron Healey ... Obie Dilks
Robert Nash ... Peter Calvert

I. Stanford Jolley ... Patch

Gregg Palmer ... Lieutenant Ames

Billy M. Greene ... Sutler

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