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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5
Year: 1958 | 1959 | 1960 | 1961 | 1962 | 1963


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Sharpshooter

30 September 1958
Lucas is ordered by a murderous town owner to loose a public shooting match, or he will kill his sharpshooting opponent and possibly harm his son Mark.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Dennis Hopper ... Vernon Tippert

Leif Erickson ... Jim Lewis

Sidney Blackmer ... Judge Hanavan

Charles Arnt ... Wes Tippert

R.G. Armstrong ... Sheriff Fred Tomlinson
Mickey Simpson ... Carl Lamprey
Kathleen Mulqueen ... Nancy Hanavan
Virginia Aldridge ... Waitress
John Barton ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Jim Lewis' Henchman (uncredited)

Mathew McCue ... Townsman (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Barfly (uncredited)
Howard Wright ... Target Changer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Home Ranch

7 October 1958
Lucas McCain and his son Mark make their way to the ranch they've just bought but get quite a rude reception. Two cowhands working for big-time rancher Oat Jackford, Billy Lehi and Sam Montgomery, tell Lucas that he's not welcome. Jackford has been using the land to graze some of his cattle and has every intention of continuing to do so. When Lucas doesn't show much enthusiasm for their proposal, he's beaten and the house is burned to the ground. Lucas needs to show them and Jackford that he's not going to get pushed around.

Season 1, Episode 3: End of a Young Gun

14 October 1958
After Will Fulton breaks his leg while rescuing Mark McCain who has slipped off the edge of a cliff, he recuperates at the McCain ranch. Will and his brother Hank are outlaws with a posse looking for them. Will is an angry young man but his stay with the McCains softens him, especially after he meets the pretty Ann Bard. He begins to reassess his choices and realizes that he must choose which path he will take in life.

Season 1, Episode 4: The Marshal

21 October 1958
In North Fork, Lucas McCain meets Micah Torrence, now a drunk but at one time considered one of the ablest lawmen in the territory. He admits he lost his nerve and it led him to a life of drink. Lucas offers him a job as a ranch hand and uses a tough-love approach to get him to sober up. The Shelton brother ride into town looking to get even with Micah who jailed them 10 years before. Lucas is lured into a trap but it's Micah who comes to his rescued.

Season 1, Episode 5: The Brother-in-Law

28 October 1958
Johnny Gibbs, Lucas' brother-in-law, arrives for a visit at the McCain ranch. A rodeo rider, Gibbs is also on the run from the law, and soon begins to cause trouble in town.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance
Charles Watts ... Alvah Kemper
Fay Roope ... Jeff Stacey
Karl Lukas ... Oliver

Jerome Courtland ... Johnny Gibbs
Archie Butler ... Cowhand (uncredited)

Carol Henry ... Cowboy on Trail (uncredited)

Dan White ... Cowboy on Trail (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Eight Hours to Die

4 November 1958
A vengeful judge is convinced that Lucas is responsible for the death of his son, an outlaw who was executed for murder. He captures Lucas and plans to force him to watch Mark hang in retribution for his son's death.

Season 1, Episode 7: Duel of Honor

11 November 1958
When the stagecoach breaks down in North Fork an Italian Count, Alfredo di Montova, has to spend the night at the hotel. His fancy dress and accented English makes him a target for town bully Sim Groder and his little crowd. The Count is a calm and collected type but when Groder pushes him too far, he challenges him to a duel. With Lucas acting as his second, di Montova teaches the bully a lesson.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Jack Elam ... Sim Groder
Joe Bassett ... Nat Gilkey
John Dierkes ... Nils Swenson

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney

Glenn Strange ... Joey Cole (as Glen Strange)
John Harmon ... Eddie Halstead

Cesare Danova ... Count Di Montova
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)
King Mojave ... Ed Simmons (uncredited)
Spec O'Donnell ... Barfly (uncredited)
Les Raymaster ... Barfly (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... John Bradley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: The Safe Guard

18 November 1958
A Texas gunslinger is hired to protect the bank of North Fork. When he appears at the McCain Ranch, he doesn't leave a very good impression with Lucas, and for good reason - he has a secret. Mark is proud when he sells his first pig.

Season 1, Episode 9: The Sister

25 November 1958
Mark introduces the pretty Rebecca Snipe to his father, and her two burly brothers are convinced that Lucas would be a fine husband for their sister. Meanwhile three gunmen plot to kill the rancher.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Mort Mills ... Joshua Snipe

Dan Blocker ... Pete Snipe

Lance Fuller ... Earl Battle
Michael Morgan ... Injun Adam

Hope Summers ... Hattie Denton
David Tyrell ... Roy Thursday (as David Tyrrell)
John Dierkes ... Nels Svenson, blacksmith

Sherry Jackson ... Rebecca Snipe
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)
Fritz Ford ... Townsman Sitting in Chair (uncredited)
Michael Harris ... Mike (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... as the Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: New Orleans Menace

2 December 1958
A gambler, fleeing New Orleans with his henchmen, takes a liking to Lucas' ranch. When McCain refuses to sell, his life is threatened.

Season 1, Episode 11: The Apprentice Sheriff

9 December 1958
With Marshal Micah Torrence away for short while, young Dan Willard takes on the job. He has no experience and takes a tough stand with a bunch of Texas cowhands whose high spirits are evident at the saloon. Dan's father Charlie is worried that his son will get himself killed if he's not careful and Lucas offers to have a chat with him. Dan has a chip on his shoulder ever since he was dismissed from West Point due to his deteriorating eye sight and is determined to show that he is tough and can take care of himself. When he shoots one of the cowhands their trail boss, Keely Thompson, calls him out.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Robert Vaughn ... Marshal Dan Willard

Edward Binns ... Keely Thompson

Russell Collins ... Charlie Willard

William Bryant ... Sandy Dixon

Grant Richards ... Reed Barns
Fritz Ford ... Cowhand
Elyse Gordon ... Schoolgirl
Steven Gardner ... Schoolboy

Forest Burns ... Thompson Gang Member (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Thompson Gang Member (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)
Waclaw Rekwart ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: The Angry Gun

16 December 1958
While traveling back to North Fork on the stage after selling their herd, Lucas and Mark are sharing the stage with a Marshal and his prisoner Johnny Cotton. When they stop to water the horses, some of Cotton's friends are lying in wait. Cotton steals the money Lucas got for the cattle and his rifle. He sends Mark on with the stage but tracks the robbers as best he can given that he doesn't have a horse or a weapon.

Season 1, Episode 13: The Young Englishman

23 December 1958
Lucas loses a calf and suspects a neighbor's foreman. As it's already been branded, he's threatened with rustling if he uses a rope. McCain has another way of cutting the newborn out of the herd, and he doesn't need a rope or his rifle.

Season 1, Episode 14: The Gaucho

30 December 1958
A hot-tempered Argentinian cowboy along with father and lovely sister, buy a ranch in North Fork. Their foreign ways do not sit well with the local community, especially neighboring rancher Curge Palmer.

Season 1, Episode 15: The Pet

6 January 1959
Lucas helps a man after he's shot in a shootout by a man who wants to keep a secret about his past. When he allows Mark to take in a pet, he doesn't know that his decision will endanger his son's life.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Robert J. Wilke ... Ward Haskins (as Robert Wilke)

Bill Erwin ... Joe Flecker
Hal John Norman ... Father (as Hal Jon Norman)

Edgar Buchanan ... Doc J. Burrage
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Sheridan Story

13 January 1959
Lucas McCain hires an bitter ex-Confederate to help him around the ranch. When General Philip Sheridan and his staff stop at McCain's ranch to camp, Lucas is afraid there will be trouble.

Season 1, Episode 17: The Retired Gun

20 January 1959
A notorious gunfighter gets married and promises his new wife that he will take off his guns and begin a new life. However, a gang of outlaws who hear that he is in the area try to persuade him to break that promise and throw in with them.

Season 1, Episode 18: The Photographer

27 January 1959
When a photographer, an old friend of the McCain's, is accused of murder, Mark and Lucas find themselves on opposite sides against each other.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Sidney Blackmer ... Judge Hanavan

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

John Carradine ... Abel Goss

Robert Ellenstein ... Bart Jamison

Raymond Bailey ... Col. Jess Whiteside
Prudence Beers ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)

George DeNormand ... Townsman (uncredited)
Rudy Doucette ... Juror (uncredited)

Mathew McCue ... Juror / Townsman (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Brick Sullivan ... Juror (uncredited)
Rick Warick ... Juror (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Shivaree

3 February 1959
A wagon train master forces a young couple to marry after they hide the fact that one is a girl, and Lucas takes them in to help them; but trouble soon arises when a drunken crowd calls for a Shivaree.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Paul Carr ... Derek Hanaway

Luana Anders ... Lisabeth Bishop

John Anderson ... Chet Packard
Olive Carey ... Ma Wilson

William Bryant ... Jerry

Morris Ankrum ... Aaron Pelser
Edgar Dearing ... Justice of the Peace
Jimmie Booth ... Barfly (uncredited)

Chick Hannan ... Bartender (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Barfly (uncredited)
Fox O'Callahan ... Barfly (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Barfly (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Cowboy in the Shivaree (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: The Deadeye Kid

10 February 1959
When a young boy from Brooklyn is accused of murder, Mark, believing the boy's claim of innocence, hides him until he can find the real killer.

Season 1, Episode 21: The Indian

17 February 1959
Lucas McCain and his son Mark come across U.S. Deputy Marshal Sam Buckhart who is escorting an Indian prisoner. To Lucas' surprise he finds that Buckhart himself is an Indian, educated at Harvard College. In North Fork, Buckhart goes about his business until some of the townsfolk realize he is an Indian and decide to take matters into their own hands. It's left to Lucas to show them the error of their ways.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Herbert Rudley ... Gorman
Lewis Charles ... Slade
Mickey Simpson ... Tub

Frank DeKova ... Chief Hostay (as Frank De Kova)
Robert Chadwick ... Eskimimzin

Eddie Little Sky ... Apache Prisoner

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney

Michael Ansara ... Deputy U.S. Marshal Sam Buckhart
Jimmie Booth ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Todd Ullman (uncredited)

Carol Henry ... Townsman (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)

Hal Needham ... Townsman (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bob Woodward ... Townsman in Black Hat and Shirt (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: The Boarding House

24 February 1959
Sid Fallon tries to blackmail former gambler Julia Andueza into allowing him to use her boarding house as a gambling hall and saloon.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Alan Baxter ... Sid Fallon
Harlan Warde ... John Hamilton
Sarah Selby ... Agnes Hamilton

Peggy Maley ... Liz
Kay Cousins Johnson ... Flo (as Kay Cousins)
Charles Fredericks ... Steve (as Charlie Fredericks)

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney

Katy Jurado ... Julia Andueza

Lovyss Bradley ... Townswoman (uncredited)

Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman Forcing Julia to Leave (uncredited)
Fritz Ford ... Townsman in Barbershop (uncredited)
Charles Seel ... Willard (uncredited)

Charles Tannen ... Barney (uncredited)

Guy Wilkerson ... Sheriff (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: The Second Witness

3 March 1959
As the second witness of a murder, Lucas is asked to travel to another town to testify at the accused man's trial. The catch is, the only other witness has been murdered and his killer has not been identified.

Season 1, Episode 24: The Trade

10 March 1959
Lucas McCain is surprise when someone he once worked with, Sam Morley, shows up at the ranch. Lucas thought Morley had died but it turns out he's a wanted man and wants Lucas to do him a favor: turn him in for the $500 reward money that's available. Morley desperately needs the money so his girlfriend, Beth Landis, can get treatment for a serious disease. Lucas thinks he's on the level and decides to go along. Unfortunately another cowpoke who once worked with them, Hamp Ferris, rides into town and is looking to collect the bounty on Morley himself.

Season 1, Episode 25: One Went to Denver

17 March 1959
Bank robber Tom Birch and his outlaw gang arrive in North Fork, where Birch has some unfinished business--he wants to visit his old friend, Lucas McCain.

Season 1, Episode 26: The Deadly Wait

24 March 1959
Dan Maury, a criminal arrested by Micah Torrance, returns from five years in prison determined to avenge himself upon the town marshal.

Season 1, Episode 27: The Wrong Man

31 March 1959
A corrupt marshal from outside North Fork goes after an outlaw with a price on his head. However, he sees an opportunity to make some extra money, so he murders an innocent man to pass off as the outlaw so he can collect the bounty, and then proceeds to blackmail the real outlaw.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Robert H. Harris ... Col. Beauregard 'Curly' Smith / Frank Hardy / Pete Dawson

Gordon Jones ... Shell Game Operator

Frank Sully ... Carnival Barker

Lyle Bettger ... Jay Jefferson
Archie Butler ... Brawler (uncredited)

Roydon Clark ... Brawler (uncredited)
Fred Krone ... Brawler (uncredited)

Rod McGaughy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Perkins ... Brawler (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 28: The Challenge

7 April 1959
An escaped killer is out to prove that his time in prison hasn't slowed down his speed with a gun.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Les Tremayne ... Professor
John Durren ... Dave Pardee

Hope Summers ... Hattie Denton
Harlan Warde ... John Hamilton

John Maxwell ... Sam Weltz

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney
Ian Murray ... Harley Hanneberry
Mel Carter ... Cowhand
Michael Harris ... Cowhand (as Mike Harris)

Adam Williams ... Jake Pardee

Fred Aldrich ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmie Booth ... Townsman (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Townsman at Meeting (uncredited)
King Mojave ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Perry ... Townsman (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Townsman (uncredited)
Thurl Ravenscroft ... Balladeer (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 29: The Hawk

14 April 1959
Mark finally captures a hawk he's been after, but when his life is endangered by a rattlesnake, a stranger suddenly appears out of nowhere who knows about Mark and the hawk and says he will help him.

Season 1, Episode 30: Three Legged Terror

21 April 1959
Troublemaker Johnny Clover, a student at the North Fork school, wrecks the classroom one day. Lucas, a member of the town's school board, goes to Johnny's uncle to get him to pay for the damage, which turns out to be a task easier said than done.

Season 1, Episode 31: The Angry Man

28 April 1959
Although his son has been seriously hurt in an accident, one of Lucas' neighboring ranchers refuses to let him have medical assistance, and because of that the boy may well die.

Season 1, Episode 32: The Woman

5 May 1959
When North Fork's lovely schoolteacher attempts to organize a women's suffrage movement, the town's less progressive element decides to run her out of town.

Season 1, Episode 33: The Money Gun

12 May 1959
Lucas McCain is none too pleased to see that Tom King is in town. King is a former lawman who always took 'dead or alive' to mean dead and acted accordingly. This time around, he's in town as a contract killer however having been hired to kill Oat Jackford, a bully of a man who many in town would love to see dead. King has a reputation that sends chills down most men's spines but Jackford's approach to dealing with if nothing if not unorthodox.

Season 1, Episode 34: A Matter of Faith

19 May 1959
Because of a terrible drought the railroad has sent two men into North Fork to recruit workers. But when a water-witch gives the people hope, the railroad takes a different approach.

Season 1, Episode 35: Blood Brother

26 May 1959
When Lucas brings a dying man to North Fork, he notices that Micah has a strange reaction when he first sees the man. He sets out to discover why Micah seems so troubled.

Season 1, Episode 36: Stranger at Night

2 June 1959
Mark comes across the dead body of a stranger. Although the man has no identification on him, he does have a belt with the initials "RM" on it that may provide a clue to his identity.

Season 1, Episode 37: The Raid

9 June 1959
Mark is kidnapped by a band of renegade Indians, who then escape into the hills of New Mexico. A frantic Lucas takes out after them, determined to get his son back.

Season 1, Episode 38: Outlaw's Inheritance

16 June 1959
The townspeople of North Fork begin to get suspicious when Lucas is named as the beneficiary in the will of an infamous outlaw.

Season 1, Episode 39: Boomerang

23 June 1959
Lucas takes in an orphaned young boy, and one of the things he teaches the boy is how to use a gun. What Lucas doesn't know, however, is that the boy wants to learn how to use a gun so he can kill the banker he holds responsible for his father's death.

Season 1, Episode 40: The Mind Reader

30 June 1959
While walking down the main street in North Fork, John Hallager is shot from someone hiding in the shadows. Marshal Micah Torrance arrests Billy Mathis who had been seeing Hallager's daughter Lucy despite being told to stay away. Not long afterward, John Barrow McBride comes to town. He has a mind reading act that the townsfolk find entertaining but he also seems to have information about Hallager's shooting. How he got that information tells Lucas how McBride gets the information for his act but also leads him to the real shooter.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

John Carradine ... James Barrow McBride

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Michael Landon ... Billy Mathis

Sue Randall ... Lucy Hallager
Steven Ritch ... Joe Hyatt (as Steve Ritch)
Vic Perrin ... Ed Osborne

Robert Bice ... John Hallager

William Schallert ... Fogarty
James Chandler ... Rancher
John Harmon ... Eddie Halstead, hotel clerk
Charles Seel ... Storekeeper
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Townsman (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Townsman at Reading (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman at Reading (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Townsman at Reading (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Patsy

29 September 1959
An outlaw gang plans to take over and loot the town of North Fork by getting rid of the one man who could stand in their way: Lucas McCain.

Season 2, Episode 2: Bloodlines

6 October 1959
The three Malakie boys comes to town and bust up the saloon. Lucas McCain and Marshal Micah Torrance stop them, but in the course of doing so, one of the boys shoots and kills his own brother. That doesn't stop them from blaming Lucas however and when their father Daniel Malakie arrives, he breaks his two surviving sons out of jail intent on getting even. They ambush someone they think is Lucas but get it wrong and Lucas and Micah hunt them down.

Season 2, Episode 3: The Blowout

13 October 1959
Al Walker, a notorious gunfighter, has come to North Fork to die. He has an incurable illness and, since he had once been a wealthy and prominent lawyer, believes he owes it to his family to have his death certificate read "natural causes" instead of "killed in gunfight". However, the Porter brothers--a gang of vicious killers and bank robbers--have followed him to town and plan to take their revenge on Walker for killing their brother, and they'll stop at nothing and no one in order to do it.

Season 2, Episode 4: Obituary

20 October 1959
A newspaper article extolling Lucas' skills with a gun brings him trouble when a gunfighter shows up in town aiming to prove that he's faster than Lucas.

Season 2, Episode 5: Tension

27 October 1959
A recently widowed woman in North Fork doesn't know about her deceased husband's criminal past, and Lucas is determined to see that she doesn't find out.

Season 2, Episode 6: Eddie's Daughter

3 November 1959
When two outlaws threaten the life of Lil Halstead, daughter of the town's hotel clerk, Lucas sets out to determine the reason behind the threats.

Season 2, Episode 7: Panic

10 November 1959
Town ne'er-do-well Brett Conway finds out that a couple who moved near North Fork and soon fell sick are actually ill with highly contagious and potentially fatal yellow fever. Knowing that Lucas was the person who initially discovered the couple, Conway threatens to spread the news of their condition to the entire town, thereby causing a panic, unless Lucas buys his silence.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance
Enid Jaynes ... Amy Barker (as Enid Janes)

Hope Summers ... Hattie Denton

Dabbs Greer ... Brett Conway

William Joyce ... Clay Barker (as Bill Joyce)
Charles Watts ... Maury Cass
Fay Roope ... Doc Burrage

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney
Lynn Cartier ... Mrs. Porter
Rudy Bowman ... Townsman (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Townsman (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Townsman (uncredited)

Paul Kruger ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)

Cosmo Sardo ... Barfly (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Carl (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Ordeal

17 November 1959
Lucas and Mark find themselves in deep trouble when their wagon breaks down while they're crossing the desert.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain
Hank Stohl ... Cowboy
Fritz Ford ... 2nd Cowboy (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Spiked Rifle

24 November 1959
In order to rob the stage which is carrying $20,000.00 in cash, an unarmed outlaw informs Lucas, who is riding shotgun, that his son's life is in mortal danger if he doesn't hand over the money.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Richard Devon ... Austin Stark

Jack Lambert ... John Lance
Baynes Barron ... Gustav Kelso

Virginia Christine ... Mrs. Hardy
Harlan Warde ... John Hamilton
Fay Roope ... Barton
Charles J. Conrad ... Mallory (as Charles Conrad)

Glenn Strange ... Zack
John Harmon ... Eddie Halstead
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Rod McGaughy ... Henchman in Bar (uncredited)
Morry Ogden ... Gunslinger in Saloon (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Letter of the Law

1 December 1959
An outlaw gang kidnaps Micah and threatens to kill him unless their leader is released from jail. Lucas must decide whether to turn loose the notorious killer or face the possibility of the murder of his friend Micah.

Season 2, Episode 11: The Legacy

8 December 1959
Lucas tries to do a good turn for the town drunk, but things go awry when the man's son mistakenly believes that he is now the owner of Lucas' ranch.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Denver Pyle ... Seth Mitchell

Jack Grinnage ... Kirby Mitchell
Paul Jasmin ... Alison Mitchell

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney
Fay Roope ... Doc Burrage

James Franciscus ... Philip Simmons

James Barton ... Matt 'Pop' Simmons
John Harmon ... Eddie Halstead (credit only)

Lillian Bronson ... Mrs. Adams (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Cowboy at Funeral (uncredited)
Don Kennedy ... Ted (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Cowboy at Funeral (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Cowboy at Funeral (uncredited)

Jack Stoney ... Cowboy at Funeral (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Preacher at Funeral (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: The Baby Sitter

15 December 1959
A singer in a dance hall asks Lucas to take care of her daughter in order to hide the child from the woman's prejudiced father.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Lillian Bronson ... Elizabeth Favor

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney
Henry Rowland ... Nels Swenson

Phyllis Avery ... Leona Pickford Bartell

John Dehner ... Wood Bartell
Robert Anacher ... The Baby - Fancy (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Barfly (uncredited)

Rod McGaughy ... Barfly (uncredited)
Mike Morelli ... Townsman (uncredited)
Spec O'Donnell ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: The Coward

22 December 1959
A young man who is hounded by fear of other people moves to the West, hoping the experience will toughen him up.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain
Carleton Carpenter ... George Collins

Steve Rowland ... Buddy Link

John Milford ... Dub

Robert Bice ... Ben Smith

Donald Elson ... Printer (as Don Elson)

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney
Jimmie Booth ... Diner Patron (uncredited)
George Bruggeman ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Dee Cooper ... Barfly (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Barfly (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Diner Patron (uncredited)
Les Raymaster ... Townsman (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Surveyors

29 December 1959
Mark tells Lucas that he overheard a plot to rob North Fork's bank. When Lucas questions him more closely about it, Mark, thinking that his father doesn't believe him, runs away from home.

Season 2, Episode 15: Day of the Hunter

5 January 1960
A famous old frontiersman, with a reputation as the best rifleman around, challenges Luke to see who's really the best with a rifle.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Dick Elliott ... Hardiman

John Anderson ... Cass Callicot
Brandon Beach ... Townsman (uncredited)

Cactus Mack ... Townsman (uncredited)
John Rice ... Townsman (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Townsman (uncredited)
Earl Spainard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Mail Order Groom

12 January 1960
A "mail-order husband" arrives in North Fork, and finds not only a bride, but also harassment from two local trouble-makers.

Season 2, Episode 17: A Case of Identity

19 January 1960
In their search for a wealthy man's long-lost son, private detectives arrive in North Fork. Upon seeing Mark, they decide that since they can't find the real boy and their client has never actually seen his son, Mark will suffice.

Season 2, Episode 18: The Visitor

26 January 1960
Lucas finds himself attracted to a young widow who stops in North Fork on her way to claim an inheritance.

Season 2, Episode 19: Hero

2 February 1960
Stablehand Colly Vane, while out hunting, gets the drop on notorious wanted gunfighter The Domino Kid, and is forced to shoot him. When Colly brings the Kid's body into town to claim the reward, it's noticed that the Kid had been shot in the back. Instead of being hailed as a hero, Colly becomes the object of the townspeoples' derision for having shot the Kid in the back, is fired from his job and evicted from his house. To make matters worse, three gunfighters who were the Kid's friends come to town looking for him, and when they find out he's dead, set out to find and kill the man who did it.

Season 2, Episode 20: The Horse Traders

9 February 1960
Lucas and Mark try to help out a man who has been swindled in a horse-trading transaction.

Season 2, Episode 21: The Spoiler

16 February 1960
An older couple settles down in North Fork, but they have a secret--they're not using their real names because they don't want anyone to know that their son is a notorious gunfighter and killer.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Ellen Corby ... Mrs. Avery

Chubby Johnson ... Walt Avery

Ralph Moody ... Roy Merrick
Malcolm Cassell ... Joey Merrick

Skip Homeier ... Brud Evans
Nick Borgani ... Townsman (uncredited)
Hans Moebus ... Townsman (uncredited)
Earl Spainard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Stoney ... Townsman (uncredited)

Max Wagner ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: Heller

23 February 1960
A young boy and his sister, victims of an abusive father, come to the conclusion that the only way to protect themselves from further abuse is to kill him.

Season 2, Episode 23: The Grasshopper

1 March 1960
While on a train trip, Lucas and Mark are threatened by an escaped murderer. As if that weren't bad enough, the train is suddenly caught in a huge cloud of grasshoppers, forcing it to stop.

Season 2, Episode 24: A Time for Singing

8 March 1960
While North Fork excitedly awaits the arrival of a new preacher, Mark uncovers evidence that suggests the new parson is not only not a preacher, but may in face be planning to use the occasion to rob the town bank.

Season 2, Episode 25: The Deserter

15 March 1960
Lucas sets out to save the life of a young soldier who has deserted from the army and is now scheduled to be executed.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Robert Cornthwaite ... Maj. Damler

Harry Carey Jr. ... Lt. Paul Rolfe

Ron Hagerthy ... Ben Haskell
Baynes Barron ... Trooper Kirk

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney

Richard Alexander ... Blacksmith (uncredited)
Danny Borzage ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Soldier (uncredited)
Richard LaMarr ... Townsman (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Stoney ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: The Vision

22 March 1960
Lucas is worried when Mark comes down with typhoid, but he gets even more worried when he notices that Mark doesn't appear to want to get better.

Season 2, Episode 27: The Lariat

29 March 1960
Lariat Jones, an old friend of Lucas', comes to North Fork to open up a casino. However, after several cheaters are caught in his casino, Lucas has to save his friend from almost certain death.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Steve Conte ... Doyle Black
Dayton Lummis ... Colonel Craig

James Flavin ... Morody

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney
Harlan Warde ... John Hamilton

George Macready ... Matt Wymerman

Richard Anderson ... Lariat Jones

Frank Baker ... Gambler (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ... Dealer (uncredited)
John Breen ... Waiter (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Gambler (uncredited)
Jack Clinton ... Bartender (uncredited)
Fred Coby ... Dealer (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Gambler (uncredited)
Beverly Englander ... Miss Carlisle (uncredited)
Sam Harris ... Gambler (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Barfly (uncredited)

Paul Kruger ... Gambler (uncredited)

Rod McGaughy ... Gambler (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Gambler (uncredited)
Les Raymaster ... Gambler (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Dealer (uncredited)
Garry Walberg ... Gambler (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 28: Smoke Screen

5 April 1960
Marge Crandell is a headstrong young girl who doesn't like to be told what to do, not by her father or by Doug Carter, the man who loves her. Doug is hot tempered and ready to fight any man who gets too close to Marge. He has just such a fight with Fred Tate who had been bothering Marge. Instead of being grateful Marge walks off with the drummer Rodney Quentin. Later when Lucas discovers her body both Quentin and Tate emerge as possible suspects.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain
Jennifer Lea ... Marge Crandell

Paul Carr ... Doug Carter

George N. Neise ... Roger Quenton (as George Neise)

Douglas Kennedy ... Pete Crandell (as Doug Kennedy)
Warner Jones ... Fred Tate

William 'Billy' Benedict ... Dave Prentice (as William Benedict)
John Collier ... Howey (as Johnny Collier)

Richard Alexander ... Nels Swenson (as Dick Alexander)

Chet Brandenburg ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 29: Shotgun Man

12 April 1960
An ex-convict with a grudge against Lucas comes to town determined to kill him.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

John Anderson ... John Beaumont

Jack Elam ... Gus Smith

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney
John Harmon ... Eddie Halstead
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Paul Mazursky ... Shorty (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 30: Sins of the Father

19 April 1960
A man and his young son fleeing danger are taken in by Lucas. What Lucas doesn't know is that the man hasn't told him the real reason they're on the run.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Rhys Williams ... Doc Burrage

Eugene Mazzola ... Bobby Moon (as Eugene Martin)

Kay E. Kuter ... Rafe Coleman (as Kay Kuter)
Kelton Garwood ... Tom Coleman
Richard Evans ... Shep Coleman

George Wallace ... Andy Moon
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Witness to Killing (uncredited)

Charles Tannen ... Bartender (uncredited)

Dick Wilson ... Fred - Buckshot Patient (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 31: The Prodigal

26 April 1960
A fleeing bank robber decides that the McCain ranch is a good place to hide out, so he holds Lucas and Mark prisoner in their own home until the heat dies down.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Rhys Williams ... Doc Burrage

Kevin Hagen ... Billy St. John

Lee Van Cleef ... Stinger

Warren Oates ... Santos
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Luis Torre (as Rodolfo Hoyos)

Hope Summers ... Hattie Denton

Josephine Hutchinson ... Christine Havercourt
Joe Benson ... Townsman shot by Billy St. John (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 32: The Fourflusher

3 May 1960
Gabe Fenway, a sharecropper for local landlord Preston, plans to run his quarterhorse Sapphire in a local horse race. Mark also plans to race his horse, Blueboy, in the race. Preston, who wants to keep all of Fenway's crops, believes Mark's horse can beat Fenway's and tricks Fenway into betting his crop against Preston's $1000 that Mark will win. And to make sure that Mark wins, Preston has a plan to make sure that Fenway doesn't make it to the race.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

James Westerfield ... Jake Preston

K.T. Stevens ... Molly Fenway

Hope Summers ... Hattie Denton

Whit Bissell ... Gabe Fenway
Joe Benson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Rider in Horse Race (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Townsman (uncredited)
Tipp McClure ... Townsman (uncredited)
Ralph Moratz ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Ian Murray ... Townsman (uncredited)
John Rice ... Townsman (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 33: The Jailbird

10 May 1960
Lucas hires a new ranch hand, then learns that the man had just been released from prison for manslaughter. He believes the man has turned over a new leaf and wants to start a new life, but his--and the townspeoples'--suspicions are aroused when a local rancher is murdered during a robbery.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Dabbs Greer ... Farley Weaver
Charlie Briggs ... Eli Manse

Karl Swenson ... Chris Manse (as Karl Swensen)

Molly Dodd ... Bessie Steel Weaver

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney

Charles Tannen ... Josh Moore
Joe Benson ... Townsman (uncredited)
John Breen ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 34: Meeting at Midnight

17 May 1960
While in town one day, Lucas runs into Tom Benton, an old friend from his days in the army. Benton seems to have fallen on hard times, though, as he's drinking heavily and winds up shooting up the saloon and getting arrested by Micah. Lucas bails him out, against Benton's protests, but it turns out that Benton has his own reasons for wanting to stay in jail.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Claude Akins ... Tom Benton

Chris Alcaide ... Schroeder

John Milford ... Morgan

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney

Frank DeKova ... Carl Miller
Ian Murray ... Harley Hannabury

Richard Alexander ... Nils Swenson (uncredited)
John Barton ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Duke Fishman ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 35: Nora

24 May 1960
Nora Sanford, an old flame of Lucas' who came from a wealthy family, arrives in town, ill and penniless. When Lucas hears of her condition, he goes to see her and help nurse her back to health. It turns out that her recently deceased husband had spent all her money, and she had heard that Lucas had also been recently widowed, and in desperation decided to come to North Fork to see him. What Lucas doesn't know, however, is that she didn't come to town alone, and her plans for Lucas aren't quite what he thinks they are.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Julie Adams ... Nora Sanford

Murvyn Vye ... Jude Nichols
Michael Stefani ... Chad Morgan
Johnny Carpenter ... Stagecoach Driver (as John Carpenter)
Joe Benson ... Bartender (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Barfly (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Townsman (uncredited)
Les Raymaster ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 36: The Hangman

31 May 1960
A friend of Lucas is found murdered and robbed. Suspicion falls on an ex-con, and a lynching seems inevitable.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Whit Bissell ... Volney Adams

Denver Pyle ... Harold Tenner
Betty Lou Gerson ... Ellie Aikens

Michael Fox ... Joe Hannah
Wallace Earl Laven ... Myrtle (as Amanda Ames)

Ralph Moody ... Eban Muchen
Gordon Armitage ... Townsman (uncredited)
Joe Benson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Richard Deacon ... Col. Jebediah Sims (uncredited)
Ian Murray ... Harley Hannabury (uncredited)

Jack Stoney ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Trail of Hate

27 September 1960
Outlaws take Mark hostage in order to force Lucas to help them rob the bank in North Fork.

Season 3, Episode 2: Woman from Hog Ridge

4 October 1960
Lucas and Mark interrupt two young men stealing horses. Lucas is forced to defend himself and shoots and kills one of the men. He is one of Ma Boyle's sons. The Boyles are a mountain family who live by their own laws and Micah foresees trouble. When the clan arrives in town they are set on hanging the man responsible for the killing.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance
Dee J. Thompson ... Ma Boyle
Jan Stine ... Johnny Boyle

Lane Bradford ... Martin Boyle
James Hurst ... Sylvester Boyle (as Jim Hurst)

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney
Robert F. Hoy ... Lester Boyle (as Robert Hoy)

Charles Tannen ... Storekeeper
Joe Benson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Danny Borzage ... Member of Boyle Clan (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jimmie Horan ... Member of Boyle Clan (uncredited)

Jack Kenny ... Member of Boyle Clan (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Seven

11 October 1960
Seven escaped prisoners terrorize the town of North Fork. The leader has a personal grudge against Lucas McCain that he must settle before leaving the town.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Bing Russell ... Sanchez
Helen Beverly ... May Sweeney
Hal John Norman ... Frost

Hope Summers ... Hattie Denton

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney

Don Megowan ... Dorf
Joe Benson ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Robert Bice ... Prison Official (uncredited)
George Bruggeman ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Prisoner (uncredited)

John Cliff ... Prison Guard (uncredited)
Paul Sorensen ... Prison Guard (uncredited)

Max Wagner ... Gibbons (uncredited)
Bob Whitney ... Diner Proprietor (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Pitchman

18 October 1960
A quick-talking salesman discovers gold on Lucas' property and tries to fleece McCain of the mineral rights on his ranch.

Season 3, Episode 5: Strange Town

25 October 1960
When Micah is badly injured by an escaping prisoner, Lucas tracks the prisoner back to his home town where they do not give up their own.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

William Schallert ... Marshall Truce
Milton Parsons ... Old Man

Joe Higgins ... Bartender

Claude Akins ... Bletch Droshek
Peter Whitney ... Ott Droshek
Joe Benson ... Barfly (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)

Joe Phillips ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Stoney ... Townsman (uncredited)

Max Wagner ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: Baranca

1 November 1960
In Micah's absence, Lucas is forced into a duel to determine to which system of justice the blatant murder of a rural Hispanic resident applies: the old justice of traditional New Mexico Hispanics, administered by "Baranca", or the US law.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

John Milford ... Bro Hadley

Jack Kruschen ... Doc Burrage

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney
Linda Dangcil ... Mrs. Sanchez
Henry Amargo ... Juan

Cesare Danova ... Baranca
Gordon Armitage ... Townsman (uncredited)
Joe Benson ... Gang Member (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)
Alberto Monte ... Poco (uncredited)
Larry Perron ... Eddie (uncredited)
John Quijada ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: The Martinet

8 November 1960
A Cavalry captain discovers that a son has been an outlaw who was killed by Lucas. He is determined to punish Lucas for the tragedy.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

John Hoyt ... Capt. Josiah Perry

Don Dubbins ... Ben Perry

Richard Alexander ... Nils Swenson
John Breen ... Townsman (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Townsman (uncredited)
George Tracy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Miss Milly

15 November 1960
Milly Scott buys Hattie's general store. Her background as a schoolteacher does little to prepare her for what she bought into when she hires a stranger in town to collect all the debts owed to the store.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Joan Taylor ... Milly Scott

Warren Oates ... Marty Ryan (as Warren M. Oates)

Michael Fox ... Jim Oxford

Charles Tannen ... Mr. Penn

Richard Devon ... Jack Adams
Joe Benson ... Store Patron (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: Dead Cold Cash

22 November 1960
According to the stipulations in a bizarre will, the citizens of North Fork will divide $100,000 if Lucas McCain dies within seven days of Sarah Caruthers. The vicious old woman has hated Lucas ever since he killed her husband during a robbery.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Joan Taylor ... Milly Scott

Steve Darrell ... Eli Benson (as Stevan Darrell)

Chris Alcaide ... Benjamin Casper
Harlan Warde ... John Hamilton

Ed Nelson ... Stacey Beldon
Gordon Armitage ... Townsman (uncredited)
Joe Benson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Dave Kashner ... Townsman (uncredited)
Les Raymaster ... Townsman (uncredited)
Sara Taft ... Sara Caruthers (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: The Schoolmaster

29 November 1960
A strict new schoolmaster comes to teach - and, he discovers, to learn: from Mark and Lucas.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)
Jimmy Fields ... Billy Davis
Pamela Cole ... Sally

Arnold Moss ... Stevan Griswald
Deidre Cole ... Schoolgirl (uncredited)
Jeff Connors ... Schoolboy (uncredited)
Kevin Connors ... Schoolboy (uncredited)
Mike Connors ... Schoolboy (uncredited)
Steve Connors ... Schoolboy (uncredited)
Steven Gardner ... Schoolboy (uncredited)
Barbara Laven ... Schoolgirl (uncredited)
Larry Laven ... Schoolboy (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: The Promoter

6 December 1960
A con man and his fast-gun friend come to North Fork. Lucas enters a target shooting contest.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Dabbs Greer ... Jack Scully
Ollie O'Toole ... John Crabtree
Robert F. Hoy ... Leroy Dabbs (as Robert Hoy)
Jack Lester ... Black Hat Murphy

Denny Miller ... Reuben Miles
Joe Benson ... Bartender (uncredited)
George Bruggeman ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)
John Rice ... Townsman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Townsman (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: The Illustrator

13 December 1960
When a famous New York artist is sent to paint a portrait of Hannah Shaw, they find the artist is not longer the person they were requesting. Lucas will try to help the down-on-his-luck artist.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)
Midge Ware ... Hannah Shaw
Dayton Lummis ... Jake Shaw

Ed Nelson ... Ben Travis

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney
Joseph V. Perry ... Tanner (as Joe Perry)
Richard Whorf ... Jeremiah Crowley
Gordon Armitage ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Barfly (uncredited)
Ian Murray ... Harley Hannabury (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: The Silent Knife

20 December 1960
Mark and Lucas help a young man muted by a traumatic past.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)
Brad Weston ... Mark C

Robert Williams ... Mike Harrison (as Robert B. Williams)

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney
James Chandler ... Harvey Andrews
Wallace Earl Laven ... Myrtle (as Amanda Ames)

Richard Devon ... Ben Macowan
Archie Butler ... Barfly (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Barfly (uncredited)
Earl Spainard ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: Miss Bertie

27 December 1960
Heading home on a stagecoach, Mark and Lucas are entertained by a little old lady's stories of gunslingers and her scrapbook of wanted posters. Little do they know she's a bounty hunter with her sights set on Duke Jennings, who's headed to Northfork.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Joan Taylor ... Milly Scott

Leonard Stone ... Gambler

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney

Richard Anderson ... Duke Jennings

Agnes Moorehead ... Bertie Hoakam
Melvin F. Allen ... Sweeney (uncredited)
Joe Benson ... Barfly (uncredited)
George Bruggeman ... Barfly (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)
John Rice ... Townsman (uncredited)

Glenn Strange ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: Six Years and a Day

3 January 1961
Mark comes riding into North Fork in a hurry. He has been sent by Lucas to get Dr. Burrage. He knocks, but does not find the doctor in his office. Two strangers who are planning to kill Dr. Burrage are standing nearby.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

John Larch ... Jack Cooke
James Gavin ... Lee Marston
Ron Hayes ... Bruce
Regina Gleason ... Sarah Marston

Ralph Moody ... Doc Burrage (as Ralph R. Moody)
Hal K. Dawson ... Harley Hannaberry

Season 3, Episode 16: Flowers by the Door

10 January 1961
A book salesman gives flower seeds to a woman who's husband is away from home. He then covers her mouth with one of his hands as she tries to scream for help!

Season 3, Episode 17: Long Trek

17 January 1961
Micah and Lucas are escorting Stanley, a prisoner, across a vast area with no towns anywhere nearby. After Stanley scares away the three horses, Micah, Lucas, and Stanley start walking, and walking, and walking.

Season 3, Episode 18: The Actress

24 January 1961
Lucas fulfills the dying wish for an old friend.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)

Morris Ankrum ... Jacob Black

Ralph Moody ... Doc Burrage (as Ralph R. Moody)

Charles Tannen ... Carson

Herb Armstrong ... Clerk
Joe Benson ... Mills (as Joe E. Benson)

Diana Millay ... Elizabeth Garrett Black
Archie Butler ... Buckboard Driver (uncredited)

James Gonzalez ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
Kathleen Mulqueen ... Old Landlady (uncredited)

Joe Phillips ... Townsman (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: Face of Yesterday

31 January 1961
When he sees the face of a young man who is calling him out, Lucas experiences a shocking flashback to his civil war days.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Ben Cooper ... Simon Lee

John Anderson ... Hank Clay

K.T. Stevens ... Nancy Clay

Joan Taylor ... Milly Scott

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney
Joe Benson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Barfly (uncredited)
John Rice ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: The Wyoming Story: Part 1

7 February 1961
After his herd is wiped out by hoof-and-mouth disease, McCain agrees to serve as an undercover detective for the U.S. government in order to raise enough cash to buy more cattle. He travels to Wyoming to learn the source of the repeating rifles that have fallen into the hands of rebellious Cheyenne Indians.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Joan Taylor ... Milly Scott

Kent Taylor ... Forbes McKee
Russell Thorson ... Marshal Gene Burks
Enid Jaynes ... Aggie (as Enid Janes)

Chris Alcaide ... Ross

Dabbs Greer ... Finny
Joe Benson ... Bartender (uncredited)
Augie Gomez ... Barfly (uncredited)
John Rice ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 21: The Wyoming Story: Part 2

14 February 1961
Lucas continues his undercover assignment - searching for the source of repeating rifles that have fallen into the hands of renegade Indians. Meanwhile McCain's absence is keenly felt back in North Fork.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Joan Taylor ... Milly Scott

Kent Taylor ... Forbes McKee
Russell Thorson ... Marshal Gene Burks
Enid Jaynes ... Aggie (as Enid Janes)

Chris Alcaide ... Ross

Dabbs Greer ... Finny

Joe Higgins ... Rafe (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: Closer Than a Brother

21 February 1961
When Micah's recurring nightmares drives him back to drunkenness, Lucas decides that the marshal must confront the source of those nightmares - a gunslinger he failed to face down sixteen years before.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Rex Ingram ... Thaddeus

Berry Kroeger ... Ansel Bain

Kelly Thordsen ... Arthur M. Truelove

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney
Jack Wells ... Mr. Carpenter
Joe Benson ... Townsman / Dilsville Bartender (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Duane Grey ... Cowboy (uncredited)

Joe Higgins ... Korman (uncredited)
Richard LaMarr ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 23: The Lost Treasure of Canyon Town

28 February 1961
The Newman's are still living in the town where Micah grew up. Their plan to strike it rich are smothered by a long forgotten family secret - which Mark is about to uncover.

Season 3, Episode 24: Dark Day at North Fork

7 March 1961
Lucas is temporarily blinded in an explosion. Unfortunately, not long after that incident an old enemy of his rides into town, looking to settle an old score.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

John Milford ... Jack Solby

Ralph Moody ... Doc Burrage (as Ralph R. Moody)

Joan Taylor ... Milly Scott

Joe Higgins ... Nils Swenson
Joe Benson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Buckboard Driver (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 25: The Prisoner

14 March 1961
Major Aaron King and Corporal Troc arrive in North Fork on horseback. When they see Lucas, they remember that he was a Lt. in the Union Army fifteen years ago. They see this chance meeting as a lucky break.

Season 3, Episode 26: Assault

21 March 1961
Cade Conway and Vashti Croxton are arguing about where to get married. This leads to a fight and Vashti being knocked unconscious, and a traveling salesman being falsely blamed for it.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance
Linda Lawson ... Vashti Croxton
Danny Richards Jr. ... Swifty Sullivan

King Calder ... King Croxton
Med Flory ... Thess Croxton

Paul Mantee ... Cade Conway
Bob Sweeney ... Speed Sullivan
Joe Benson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)
Earl Spainard ... Townsman (uncredited)
George Tracy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 27: Short Rope for a Tall Man

28 March 1961
On his way through a strange little town, Lucas is arrested and accused of being a horse thief.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)
Hal Baylor ... Charlie Crown

Norman Leavitt ... Jephtha Docking
Charlie Briggs ... Artie Quint

William Schallert ... Joe Lovering

Bert Freed ... Ben Crown
Joe Benson ... Post (uncredited)

Forest Burns ... Crown Henchman (uncredited)
Jaye Durkus ... Crown Henchman (uncredited)

Frank Ellis ... Crown Henchman (uncredited)

Joe Higgins ... Henry Schneider (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Crown Henchman (uncredited)
Wallace Earl Laven ... Mrs. Lovering (uncredited)

Rod McGaughy ... Crown Henchman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Crown Henchman (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Crown Henchman (uncredited)
Earl Spainard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 28: The Clarence Bibs Story

4 April 1961
Clarence, Millie's mop boy, is wearing a gun he just cleaned for a customer. When he accidentally kills a famous outlaw, some locals play up their new friend's reputation hoping for more fun as they expect his partner to come to town.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Buddy Hackett ... Clarence Bibs

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)

Joan Taylor ... Millie Scott

Denver Pyle ... George Tanner

Lee Van Cleef ... Wicks

John Milford ... Reade

X Brands ... Pretty Man Longden
Joe Benson ... Preston (uncredited)
John Breen ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)

Tom Smith ... Townsman (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 29: The Score Is Even

11 April 1961
Even though badly wounded Lucas is set on bringing two murderers to justice. The trip will be dangerous for both Mark and Lucas.

Season 3, Episode 30: The Mescalero Curse

18 April 1961
Lucas serves as the foreman of a jury that finds a Mescalero Indian guilty of murder. The man's father, a renegade witch doctor, places a curse on the Rifleman predicting his death before the next new moon.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Ralph Moody ... Doc Burrage (as Ralph R. Moody)
Charles Watts ... Joe Beaseley

Larry Chance ... Lobo

Jackie Searl ... Tom (as Jack Searl)
Joe Brown ... Jake

Michael Pate ... Mogollan
George Bruggeman ... Hangman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 31: Stopover

25 April 1961
Lucas and Mark are in the barn. Outside a snowstorm is raging and the wind is howling. After they reach the house, they hear Scotty, the driver on a stagecoach. He asks to spend the night. The stagecoach passengers are also invited into the McCain home.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)

Adam West ... Christopher Rolf

Gordon Jones ... Vince Medford

Joe Higgins ... Scotty

Bethel Leslie ... Tess Miller
Coleman Francis ... (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 32: The Lonesome Bride

2 May 1961
A stagecoach arrives in North Fork, the door opens, and out steps a woman. In talking with her, Micah finds out that she has come to marry Lucas.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Joan Taylor ... Milly Scott

Kay E. Kuter ... Charv Banner
Lincoln Demyan ... Kelly Banner

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney

Joan Shawlee ... Mary Woodson
Gordon Armitage ... Townsman (uncredited)
John Barton ... Townsman (uncredited)
Joe Benson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Joe Ploski ... Stage Passenger (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 33: Death Trap

9 May 1961
A gunfight with an unwilling participant brings a need for a doctor, but Doc Burrage is out of town. A doctor passing through North Fork volunteers to help. However, he and Lucas have a past, and not a good one.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)
Hank Stohl ... Britt

John Pickard ... Stacey
Larry Perron ... Sag
William Kendis ... Stark

Steve Pendleton ... Deputy Ben Johnson

James Drury ... Spicer

Philip Carey ... Dr. Simon Battle

Gigi Perreau ... Vickie Battle
Joe Benson ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 34: The Queue

16 May 1961
The efforts of a Chinese man and his son to establish a laundry are hindered by two louts who resent foreigners in North Fork.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Joan Taylor ... Milly Scott

Victor Sen Yung ... Wang Chi
Dick Kay Hong ... Wang Lee
Pat Close ... Noah Fergus
Paul Wexler ... Les Foster
Peter Whitney ... Vince Fergus
Joe Benson ... Bartender (uncredited)

Kathy Garver ... Amy (uncredited)

Cactus Mack ... Townsman (uncredited)

Tom Smith ... Townsman (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Vaqueros

2 October 1961
In Mexico to buy a seed-bull, Lucas and Mark McCain fall prey to bandits. These bandits strip Lucas of his shirt, hat, and boots. Then they tie him to a tree and leave him to die while they ride off with his kidnapped son.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)

Ziva Rodann ... Maria

Vladimir Sokoloff ... Abuelito
Than Wyenn ... Ramos
Pepe Hern ... Lazaro
Roberto Contreras ... Angelo

Martin Landau ... Miguel Patrone
Maria Haro ... Townswoman (uncredited)
Al Haskell ... Townsman (uncredited)
John Quijada ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: First Wages

9 October 1961
Mark gets a job at the livery stable in North Fork. Lucas is concerned that Mark will not get his home chores done on time.

Season 4, Episode 3: Sheer Terror

16 October 1961
Lucas is asked to stand guard when $50,000 is transferred from a specially designed stagecoach strongbox to the North Fork Bank's vault. Sloan, a former bank clerk plans to rob the shipment with a couple of henchman and uses the general store as a base to launch their attack. Meanwhile, Milly and Mark are held captive in a back room, helpless to prevent the heist.

Season 4, Episode 4: The Stand-In

23 October 1961
A prison wagon stops at the McCain ranch. One of the guards asks Lucas for a bottle of alcohol. He refuses. Later the guards return and take Lucas prisoner.

Season 4, Episode 5: The Journey Back

30 October 1961
Mark gets a job from a neighbor who he initialed shied away from because of his facial scars. When his military past is revealed, Mark has to decide if his new friend has been lying or is the man on his trail seeking vengeance justified.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Micah Torrance (credit only)

John Anderson ... Will Temple

John Milford ... Jess Grady

Chris Alcaide ... Manny Carney

Harry Carey Jr. ... Lieutenant Vaughn
Mel Carter ... Arnie Grady

Season 4, Episode 6: The Decision

6 November 1961
Lucas witnesses a shooting while repairing fencing on his property. When the man who did it is arrested, he is prepared to testify at the trial. Bribery and threats to his family and self are tried but may just backfire on the accused.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Denver Pyle ... Frank Hazlitt

Hampton Fancher ... Corey Hazlitt

Kevin Hagen ... Harry Devers
Arlyne Varden ... Angie (as Arlyne Lampshire)
Jim Stewart ... Brett Martin

Richard Kiel ... Carl Hazlitt
Henry Norell ... C. Henry Whitmore
Joe Benson ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bill Borzage ... Townsman (uncredited)

Tom Kennedy ... Townsman (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 7: Knight Errant

13 November 1961
An ex-army officer and the other an eccentric cavalier, two of Lucas' oldest friends, ask him to observe a chess match to prevent any cheating.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)

Jack Elam ... Gates
Charles Reade ... Corporal Scoobo

Sean McClory ... Col. Charles Black
Lawrence Dobkin ... Don Chimera del Laredo

Season 4, Episode 8: Honest Abe

20 November 1961
An eccentric man who pretends he's Abe Lincoln spends a weekend with Lucas and Mark. He finds himself in trouble when he gets in a fight with a man in the saloon and breaks the man's arm.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)

Charles Cooper ... Matt Yordy

K.T. Stevens ... Emma Lincoln

Joe Higgins ... Nils Swenson
Steve Warren ... Joe
Pam Smith ... Susan
Rex Morgan ... McKeever
Pick Temple ... Guitarist

Royal Dano ... Able 'Abe' Lincoln
Joe Benson ... Bartender (uncredited)
Oscar Blank ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bill Borzage ... Townsman (uncredited)
Rudy Bowman ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jess Cavin ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)
Les Raymaster ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: The Long Goodbye

27 November 1961
Grandpa Fogarty lives in a rundown old farmhouse with his young grandson Woody. The McCains are neighbors and Lucas repeatedly tries to get the old man to send the boy to the local school. He refuses, leading some of the ladies in North Fork to think he's not fit to be raising a child and that Woody should be taken from him. Grandpa is dead set against it until he learns that someone from his past may be gunning for him. As much as it hurts him, he decides to give up the boy without any explanation.

Season 4, Episode 10: The Shattered Idol

4 December 1961
Lucas and Mark meet Mark Twain. Later they find out that he has a sad secret.

Season 4, Episode 11: Long Gun from Tucson

11 December 1961
North Fork has a problem. A man named John Holliver wants revenge for something that happened five years ago.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)

Whit Bissell ... Henry Waller
Brian G. Hutton ... Deecie
John Harmon ... Eddie Halstead

Joe Higgins ... Nils Swenson
Billy E. Hughes ... Jeffrey Waller (as Billy Hughes)
Peter Whitney ... John Holliver
Joe Benson ... Holliver Gang Member (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: The High Country

18 December 1961
Two mountain men ride by the McCain ranch and one, Ambrose, is enamored with Lucas' rifle. He tries to trade for it but Lucas won't trade. He is set on getting the gun and later that night they return to ranch and try to steal it. In the scuffle Gorwin is accidentally killed. Lucas returns his horse to his people in the high country but Ambrose has lied about what happened to Gorwin and the hill people hold Lucas accountable. A trial is called and Lucas is found guilty of murder and sentenced to five years labor to pay for Mrs. Morgan's loss.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)
Booth Colman ... Jeremiah

Valora Noland ... Clare

Ellen Corby ... Mrs. Morgan
Jan Stine ... Gorwin Morgan

James Coburn ... Ambrose
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 13: A Friend in Need

25 December 1961
A man is sitting at a table in a corner of the saloon in North Fork. He is watching the time and waiting. Later, he waits on a trail until Mark rides up. He tricks Mark into coming with him.

Season 4, Episode 14: Skull

1 January 1962
When Mark goes missing during a hunting trip, Lucas tries to get help to look for his missing son. Before he gets very far, both Lucas and Mark are taken hostage by Skull Ranch - a haven for outlaws.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)
Lewis Charles ... Pascal

Tom Brown ... Sheriff (as Thomas Brown)
Don Drysdale ... Warren
George Willeford ... Mallery

John Alvin ... Applegate

Lyle Bettger ... Holt Coyle
Joe Benson ... One of Hoyt's men guarding the house (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 15: The Princess

8 January 1962
Lucas and Mark take in a young woman and her brother after the brother comes down with measles. But rumors are flying around that the young woman is a princess - not merely a woman who's yearning to be a farmer.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)
Michel Petit ... Charles Morrison
Stephen Bekassy ... Mr. Brissard

Robert Burton ... Doc Burrage
Ron Penfound ... Mr. Smith
Annie Fargue ... Jennifer Morrison (as Annie Farge)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 16: Gunfire

15 January 1962
At night Micah stops by the North Fork jail to check on a prisoner named Charlie Gordo. Charlie does not want to go to Yuma prison to be hanged. He threatens Micah by telling him that if he tries to make him go, he will kill him.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Lon Chaney Jr. ... Charlie Gordo (as Lon Chaney)

Ross Elliott ... Ben Johnson

Joe Higgins ... Nils Swenson

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney

Grant Richards ... Dave Chester

William Bryant ... Karl Hollis
Preston Price ... Joe Preston
Joe Benson ... Gordo Henchman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 17: The Quiet Fear

22 January 1962
A friend from Lucas' Army days buys a farm near North Fork. His daughter attracts a lot of curiosity since she's very beautiful and very deaf.

Season 4, Episode 18: Sporting Chance

29 January 1962
A gun fighter wanna-be travels all the way from England to meet Lucas, believing that killing Lucas will give him the reputation and respect he needs.

Season 4, Episode 19: A Young Man's Fancy

5 February 1962
The stage arrives in North Fork, and a young lady gets off. She is Sally Walker, a niece of Milly. When Mark sees Sally, he is instantly smitten and stopped in his tracks by her good looks.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)

Joan Taylor ... Milly Scott
Cheryl Holdridge ... Sally Walker
Richard Evans ... Bruce Henry
Joe Benson ... Stagecoach Passenger (uncredited)

Tom Kennedy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 20: The Man from Salinas

12 February 1962
Lucas is acting deputy in Northfork while Micah is away on business. When the bank is robbed Lucas shoots and seriously wounds the robber during his getaway. The robber is Rudy Gray from Salinas and when Lucas wires the sheriff of Salinas the telegraph is intercepted by an unscrupulous clerk and his friend Dave Foley. Foley decides to travel to Northfork impersonating Rudy's brother and bring his body back to Salinas before Lucas can find out there is a $2,000 reward on his head.

Season 4, Episode 21: Two Ounces of Tin

19 February 1962
A man rides into Northfork whom everyone seems to recognize. His name is Tip Corey and he has a reputation as a ruthless killer. Micah tells him to ride out of town and Corey refuses and delivers Micah an ultimatum...take his badge off and throw it into the dirt by sundown or he'll kill him. Lucas convinces Micah that Corey won't be back by sundown so Micah leaves on business and Lucas pins on the badge. The threat still holds and Corey delivers his ultimatum to Lucas.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Johnny Ginger ... Ted

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Tip Corey
Joe Benson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Gordon ... Townsman (uncredited)

Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
Earl Spainard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 22: Deadly Image

26 February 1962
A reliable eye-witness rides into North Fork and accuses Lucas McCain of cattle rustling and cold blooded murder.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain / Earl Bantry

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Leonard Stone ... K.C. Peters

Robert Bice ... Len Richards (as Bob Bice)

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney
Gloria Moreland ... Dance Hall Girl
Joe Benson ... Saloon Patron (uncredited)
Troy Melton ... Ab Richards (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 23: The Debt

5 March 1962
When Mark and Lucas meet Micah on the trail while transporting a prisoner for execution, Mark discovers the prisoner is a man who saved his life three years earlier. Lucas gets angry when Mark helps the condemned prisoner escape.

Season 4, Episode 24: Tinhorn

12 March 1962
Mark and Milly are shocked when Lucas begins gambling. They don't know that Lucas is "undercover" trying to catch a man at cheating. Lucas must do this in order to save his friend's farm.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Joan Taylor ... Milly Scott

Grant Richards ... John Keeler

Grace Lee Whitney ... Rose
Larry Thor ... Jesse Phillips
Barbara Eiler ... Mary Phillips
Jim Hayward ... Joe Tucker
Stephen Wootton ... Willie
Gary Gadson ... Henry
Joe Benson ... Card Player (uncredited)
William Boyett ... Joe (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 25: None So Blind

19 March 1962
While riding out on the range, Mark befriends a blind man with a grudge against another man. When the man in question forces Lucas to kill his cattle because of disease, Mark seeks revenge and is shocked at the results.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance
Jeff York ... John J. Mack

Cliff Osmond ... Lafayette Blye
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Townsman (uncredited)

Tom Kennedy ... Townsman (uncredited)
Earl Spainard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bert Stevens ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 26: Jealous Man

26 March 1962
A retired lawman's irrational jealousy threatens not only to destroy his marriage, but also to make him an easy target for someone who wants him dead. And as usual, Lucas finds himself right in the middle of all this drama.

Season 4, Episode 27: Guilty Conscience

2 April 1962
It's an interesting day in North Fork when a woman and her son arrive on a stagecoach. Before too long she sees Micah and thinks that he is her long lost husband.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance / Charming Billy Carraway

Lee Patrick ... Leota Carraway
Tom Nolan ... Hab Carraway (as Tommy Nolan)

Argentina Brunetti ... Mrs. Ramirez

Chubby Johnson ... Old Man
Billy Cerone ... Mortimer (as Bill Cerone)

Tom Kennedy ... Townsman (uncredited)
Earl Spainard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 28: Day of Reckoning

9 April 1962
The town has a new minister - a mortal enemy of Lucas McCain, whom he vowed to kill if he ever saw him again. Now Lucas must face the conflicts inside himself and comes to terms with the past.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Warren Oates ... Willie Breen

L.Q. Jones ... Charley Breen
Billy E. Hughes ... Aaron Jamison (as Billy Hughes)

Royal Dano ... Reverend Jamison
Al Haskell ... Church Member (uncredited)

Tom Kennedy ... Church Member (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 29: The Day a Town Slept

16 April 1962
Lucas and Mark ride into North Fork after a two week hunting trip to discover that Micah is no longer Marshal. Worse then that, they have a new Marshal who is crooked and allows outlaws to deputy.

Season 4, Episode 30: Milly's Brother

23 April 1962
A man rides into North Fork. When he sees Lucas, he reminds him that they met in training camp during the Civil War. Upon hearing them talking, Milly asks the man whether he knew her brother, who died in the Battle of Bull Run.

Season 4, Episode 31: Outlaw's Shoes

30 April 1962
While Lucas is riding to Red Creek, two men who are in hiding see him. One of the men shoots Lucas in the head, knocking him off of his horse, and almost killing him.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)

Stanley Adams ... Dr. Jay Carter
Paul Wexler ... Joe Welden
William Woodson ... Sheriff

Michael Greene ... George Vale

Roy Barcroft ... Stevens
Mel Carter ... Jeems
Tom Gilson ... Frank Weiden
Jim Galante ... Handyman

Donald Elson ... Aaron
Joe Benson ... Man with Broken Arm (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bill Borzage ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Tom Kennedy ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Joe Phillips ... Townsman (uncredited)

Tom Smith ... Townsman (uncredited)
Earl Spainard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 32: The Executioner

7 May 1962
A former neighbor of the McCain's is released from jail after serving his sentence for stage coach robbery, but the money was never found. Lucas agrees to let the man work for him, but the new work hand holds a secret.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Michael Pate ... Sanchez

John Davis Chandler ... Brooks
Wallace Earl Laven ... Ruth (as Amanda Ames)

Adam Williams ... Russell Ganaway

Tom Kennedy ... Man Reading Newspaper (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Waste: Part 1

1 October 1962
When Lucas, Mark, and Micah get lost in Old Mexico, they are held hostage by a bunch of bandits who intend to kill the men and make Mark a slave. Micah is seriously hurt and buried alive - so it is all up to Lucas to save them.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Vito Scotti ... Alphonso
Alex Montoya ... Ear Digger
Pepe Hern ... Sleeper
Tony Rosa ... Horse Teeth Looker
Sara Taft ... Old Woman
Enid Jaynes ... Pregnant Woman

Season 5, Episode 2: Waste: Part 2

8 October 1962
While trapped in a ghost town saloon, Lucas tries to come up with a plan of escape in order to save his son and Micah after Mark refuses to leave without him.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Vito Scotti ... Alphonso
Alex Montoya ... Ear Digger
Pepe Hern ... Sleeper
Tony Rosa ... Horse Teeth Looker
Sara Taft ... Old Woman
Enid Jaynes ... Pregnant Woman

Season 5, Episode 3: Lou Mallory

15 October 1962
Lucas arrives in North Fork to learn that a new arrival, Lou Mallory, has been been buying up land and some of the town's businesses. Mallory is a no-nonsense businesswoman, a self-starter who seems quite determined in looking after her own interests. Lucas even manages to get a very good price for Milly Scott's store, now that she's moved away. When the townsfolk learn that the railroad will be coming to town, several think they've been had, including Neb Jackman and his sons who sold her what they thought was a worthless piece of land. Neb's solution is to kidnap her and arrange a marriage to one of his boys.

Season 5, Episode 4: Quiet Night, Deadly Night

22 October 1962
After a woman on the stage comes down sick, the hotel occupants - including Lucas and Lou - are quarantined because of suspected small pox. They soon discover there is a wanted man among them.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Patricia Blair ... Lou Mallory

Ralph Moody ... Doc Burrage
Maurine Dawson ... Molly Carpenter
Carol Leigh ... Betty Lind
Charles Harrison ... Stage Driver

Ed Ames ... Lee Coyle
Joe Benson ... Deputy (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Joe Higgins ... Nils Swenson (uncredited)

Joe Phillips ... Townsman (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)

Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 5: Death Never Rides Alone

29 October 1962
Johnny Drako is looking for Lucas McCain. He makes sure to tell Sweeney the bartender. After Johnny leaves the saloon, Sweeney hurries to tell Lucas, who is in Micah's office.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Patricia Blair ... Lou Mallory

Lee Van Cleef ... Johnny Drako

Rex Holman ... Billie Graves

Joe Higgins ... Nils Swenson

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney
Mel Carter ... Mac Jones
John Rayborn ... Red Evans
Joe Benson ... Townsman on Horse (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Barfly (uncredited)

Tom Kennedy ... Barfly (uncredited)

Buddy Roosevelt ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: I Take This Woman

5 November 1962
Dennis O'Flarrety arrives in North Fork. Upon seeing an opportunity to help, he single-handedly lifts part of a wagon. But, his real reason for being in town is that he intends to marry Lou Mallory, the owner of the hotel.

Season 5, Episode 7: The Assailants

12 November 1962
Four men wearing uniforms ride into North Fork. They have a fifth horse with them. On its back is a long wooden box, that is locked. Upon carrying the box into the hotel and registering, Lou is told that it contains a "present for the Senator".

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Patricia Blair ... Lou Mallory

John Milford ... Lt. Price

Steven Marlo ... Sgt. Will

Joe Higgins ... Nils Swenson
Noam Pitlik ... Trooper Dalt

William Bryant ... Pvt. Coley

Edward Platt ... Sen. Jim Borden
Henry Allin ... Tom Borroughs
Benny Carle ... Amos Blaine
Archie Butler ... Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)

Tom Kennedy ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman (uncredited)

Glenn Strange ... Borden's Driver (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 8: Mark's Rifle

19 November 1962
Mark and Lucas disagree on the character of a man claiming to work for the circus. Lucas shoots the man during a robbery at the hotel, but Mark believes the man's story. This puts father and son at odds.

Season 5, Episode 9: The Most Amazing Man

26 November 1962
A famous gun fighter, whom Mark idolizes, is in town telling more of his stories. But this time, he tells one story too many and is challenged. Lucas begins thinking that maybe he's not "the most amazing man" after all.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Patricia Blair ... Lou Mallory
Pat Henry ... Hardware Store Merchant

Richard Devon ... Lovett

Sammy Davis Jr. ... Wade Randall
Joe Benson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)
Fritz Ford ... Diner (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 10: Squeeze Play

3 December 1962
When Lucas refuses to sell his land to Mr. Prescott, he hires men to try to change his mind But no matter what challenges are thrown at him, he refuses. Even Lou and Mark don't understand his refusal.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)

Patricia Blair ... Lou Mallory

Gerald Mohr ... Willard Prescott

Chris Alcaide ... Dave Rankin
Henry Madden ... Hal Spencer

Dean Fredericks ... Phil Carver
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 11: Gun Shy

10 December 1962
When Mark's careless actions cause the death of a friend, he blames the rifle. Not being able to accept the truth, he runs away from home. But he is faced with a tough decision that could be a matter of life and death.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Patricia Blair ... Lou Mallory

Bill Quinn ... Frank Sweeney
Pat Goldin ... Fitch
Bob Hall ... Minister (as Bob Hull)
Jay Nelson ... Driver
Darryl Richard ... Fred
Jimmy Carter ... Charley
Peter Whitney ... Vantine
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)
Fred Carson ... Posse Member (uncredited)

Tom Kennedy ... Stage Passenger (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 12: The Anvil Chorus

17 December 1962
Micah goes out of town, leaving Nils Swenson in charge. Lucas warns Nils against posting a "no gun" notice, and then angrily leaves town. He quickly returns, though, when he discovers Mark is in trouble because Nils didn't take Lucas's advice.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Joe Higgins ... Nils Swenson

Steven Marlo ... Stagg

Norman Alden ... Duff (as Norm Alden)
William Meigs ... Sam Benson
Michael Harris ... Ed Bundy

Adam Williams ... Cory Platt
Joe Benson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)

Olan Soule ... Storekeeper (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 13: Conflict

24 December 1962
After Lucas barely misses killing a cougar threatening Mark, he goes into conflict with himself. The fact that his missing the cougar could have cost Mark his life terrifies him. Lucas must come to terms with this reality.

Season 5, Episode 14: Incident at Line Shack Six

7 January 1963
A murder occurs in the railroad camp near North Fork. The accused is found in the McCain barn where Mark and Lou hid him. As a result, when Lucas goes to the trial he finds himself being tried with the accused.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Patricia Blair ... Lou Mallory

Paul Mantee ... John Wing
Raymond Guth ... Charlie Breen
Claude Hall ... Jeb Croton
Ray Kellogg ... Vale Croton
Dale Wright ... Dave Croton

John Anderson ... John Gangling

Season 5, Episode 15: Suspicion

14 January 1963
Mark and Lucas help a stranded stranger back to town. When he starts giving away items stolen in murderous robberies, he is accused of the murders. But Lucas isn't so sure he's guilty.

Season 5, Episode 16: The Sidewinder

21 January 1963
Lucas shot and killed a man years ago. Now, his son - who is Mark's age - is in North Fork for revenge. After he threatens a gunfight with Mark, Lucas demands him arrested and charged, but Lou Mallory has other plans.

Season 5, Episode 17: The Sixteenth Cousin

28 January 1963
It's a big day for North Fork - the first railroad train is coming to their new station. Riding as passengers are the McCains and a Japanese nobleman and his servant who are visiting the West to learn more about the United States. When the foreigners are insulted by a pair of local hooligans, they demand satisfaction, and soon the four men face off in North Fork's dusty main street.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Patricia Blair ... Lou Mallory

John Fujioka ... Hikaru Yamanaka (as John Mamo)
Charles Maxwell ... Gus Torpin
Paul Sorensen ... Vic Adler

Vito Scotti ... Soto
Archie Butler ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 18: Hostages to Fortune

4 February 1963
On Halloween night Mark and his friends, wearing masks, ride from ranch to ranch playing pranks. A couple of rustlers hit on the idea of wearing similar masks while stealing cattle, knowing the boys will be blamed. They hide the animals in a gullible Englishman's barn, waiting for a chance to drive the herd across the Mexican border.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance

Patricia Blair ... Lou Mallory (credit only)
Maurice Dallimore ... Percy Bullock Sr.

I. Stanford Jolley ... Joe Fogner

Paul Mazursky ... Sylvester Fogner

Robert 'Rusty' Stevens ... Melvin (as Rusty Stevens)
Andy Marten ... Man at Town Meeting

Dan White ... Russell (as Daniel White)
Tony Haig ... Percy Bullock Jr.
Robert Robinson ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 19: And the Devil Makes Five

11 February 1963
After running into Micah on the trail, Mark and Lucas stay to help him when the prisoner he is transporting injures Micah's arm. But the morning yields a serious problem. Lucas's life is in mortal danger and only the prisoner can save him.

Season 5, Episode 20: End of the Hunt

18 February 1963
While Mark goes hunting for Old Spike, Lucas goes hunting for a mortal enemy who showed up in North Fork - the enemy used to be a good friend until he shot him in the back. But that's not all he did.

Season 5, Episode 21: The Bullet

25 February 1963
Lucas travels to a town and gets mixed up in a murder mystery when he tries to find a missing friend. The Sheriff introduces a strange concept: ballistics. Lucas is leery, but plays along with him.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain (credit only)

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)

Patricia Blair ... Lou Mallory (credit only)
Gene Tyburn ... Deputy Ben

Dal McKennon ... Judge Hopkins

Norman Leavitt ... Hotel Clerk

Harry Lauter ... Hired Gun

Regis Parton ... Victim (as Reg Parton)
Asa Maynor ... Molly

Richard Anderson ... Griff

Harold J. Stone ... The Marshal

Season 5, Episode 22: Requiem at Mission Springs

4 March 1963
Mark falls off his horse and becomes paralyzed. Doc Burrage confirms to Lucas that a visit to a hot spring may help. The only one near is a few days ride in the mountains and Lou offers to help. When they arrive they have to deal with the cold as well as three escaped convicts. To avoid discovery they have to hide which keeps them from lighting a fire. As it is getting cold, Lucas is forced to deal with the situation and confronts the convicts to save the day and his son.

Season 5, Episode 23: The Guest

11 March 1963
A stranger arrives in North Fork claiming to be an old acquaintance of a good friend from Lucas's past. In reality, he has been hired to kill Lucas, but his plans go sour when Mark befriends him.

Season 5, Episode 24: Old Man Running

25 March 1963
Mark's grandfather visits, running from present troubles while seeking to resolve troubles from the past.

Season 5, Episode 25: Which Way'd They Go?

1 April 1963
It seems to be the end of the line for the Jackman clan after their farm is put up for sale to pay back taxes. It's clear they weren't cut out for farming and go off to Paradise, a nearby town. They arrive to find that the position of town Marshal is vacant and family patriarch Nebeneezert takes the job and deputizes his three sons. They soon realize just what they've got themselves into when they see that all of the badges have bullet holes in them. When bank robbers come to town, Lucas helps them keep the peace.

Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain

Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain

Paul Fix ... Marshal Micah Torrance (credit only)

Patricia Blair ... Lou Mallory (credit only)
Conlan Carter ... Haslam Jackman
Mickey Manners ... Moss Jackman
John Craig ... Bo Jackman
Beatrice Kay ... Goldie Drain

Dal McKennon ... Judge Moze

Leo Gordon ... Stack Wade

Vito Scotti ... Marcello Ciabini
Peter Whitney ... Nebeneezer Jackman
Archie Butler ... Townsman (uncredited)
Robert F. Hoy ... Wade's Man (uncredited)

Tom Kennedy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 26: Old Tony

8 April 1963
Mark and his girlfriend, Lorrie, become entangled in a feud between two old codgers. The teenagers soon learn that the "Hermit" has a bark that's worse than his bite when the old man invites them to lunch and allows them to look for arrowheads on a remote part of his land. The youngsters face dire peril when they become trapped in a pool of quicksand.

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