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"Wanted: Dead or Alive" (1958) More at IMDbPro »

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


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Martin Poster

6 September 1958
While pursing Carl Martin, Josh stops at a marshal's office where Carl is being held. However, Josh interrupts a jail break involving Carl's brother Andy. Josh is falsely accused of aiding in the jailbreak and the marshal's murder.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Michael Landon ... Carl Martin
Nick Adams ... Andy Martin
John Cliff ... Marshal Jeff Wilcox

Vaughn Taylor ... Dr. Glen Leach

Dabbs Greer ... Tom Wade
Jennifer Lea ... Louise Martin (as Jenifer Lea)
Robert Anderson ... Man Who Questions Josh About Marshal's Murder (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Fatal Memory

13 September 1958
When phony wanted posters put a price on the head of a retired Confederate officer, Colonel Sykes' daughter summons Josh Randall to help keep the bounty hunters at bay while also uncovering the person behind the bogus posters.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Gloria Talbott ... Jody Sykes (as Gloria Talbot)
Ralph Moody ... Victor Flamm
Vic Perrin ... Willie Jo Weems (as Victor Perrin)
Russell Thorson ... Col. Sykes
Joan Banks ... Clara Hood
Kem Dibbs ... Bounty Hunter (uncredited)
Jack Kenny ... Townsman (uncredited)
Mike Ragan ... Bounty Hunter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Bounty

20 September 1958
A reclusive old man with an Apache bodyguard is wanted for a crime committed long ago. Randall tags along with an overeager bounty hunter to ensure the man is brought back alive as a favor to the Sheriff and the old man.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Mort Mills ... Clark Daimler
Jean Howell ... Juanita Hernandez
Francis McDonald ... Juan Hernandez
James Burke ... Sheriff John Tatum
Dennis Cross ... Charley Two Hawks
Charles Soldani ... Indian (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Dead End

27 September 1958
A ranch manager hires Randall to bring back a line rider charged with grand theft. The accused man's father joins Randall on the trek to the remote shack where the thief is thought to be hiding but tries to delay Randall on the way.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Joe De Santis ... Luis Portilla
Anna Navarro ... Conchita Morales
Robert Griffin ... J. Noonan

Season 1, Episode 5: Passing of Shawnee Bill

4 October 1958
Randall is rooked into advancing half the bounty to a man who promises to lead him to the wanted criminal Shawnee Bill, but Bill may be closer than Randall thinks and he's not even the only bounty hunter on his trail.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Alan Hale Jr. ... Dan Poe (as Alan Hale)
Lewis Charles ... Galt
Philip Phillips ... Boy (as Phil Phillips)

I. Stanford Jolley ... Stableman (as I. Stan Jolley)
Russ Bender ... Sheriff
John Breen ... Barfly (uncredited)
Sidney Clute ... Bartender (uncredited)
Gene Coogan ... Townsman (uncredited)
Keith Richards ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Ervin Richardson ... Barfly (uncredited)
Bert Stevens ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: The Giveaway Gun

11 October 1958
A banker with a consuming thirst for vengeance hires Randall to accompany him to track down the man he believes responsible for his son's death and a bank robbery. The man Randall seeks can be identified by his distinctive gun draw.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Everett Sloane ... Mr. Walker

Frank Faylen ... Sheriff Earl Tipton

Lurene Tuttle ... Mrs. Walker
Richard Devon ... Phil
John Harmon ... Kinch
Addison Richards ... Doctor
Gene Coogan ... Barfly (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jon Lormer ... Jack the Stableman (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Barfly (uncredited)
Joseph Mell ... Bert the Bartender (uncredited)
Paul Stader ... Member of Phil's Gang (uncredited)
Tom Steele ... Member of Phil's Gang (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Ransom for a Nun

18 October 1958
Randall is deputized to transport a ruthless killer to Tucson, but exchanges him for the nun kidnapped by the killer's gang. The nettlesome nun then becomes a thorn in his side as he sets out to recapture his prisoner.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Lillian Bronson ... Mother Superior
George Brenlin ... Lon Kidder
Hugh Sanders ... Sheriff
Terry Frost ... Harry Wilson
Claire Griswold ... Sister Grace (as Claire Griswald)

Season 1, Episode 8: Miracle at Pot Hole

25 October 1958
Randall brings a suspected murderer to Pot Hole, but fears the man won't receive a fair trial when he finds the townspeople in the grip of a power-mad bully who serves as the hanging judge over a kangaroo court.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Steve Brodie ... Chester Miller aka Penfold Crane

Anthony Caruso ... Father Miguel (as Tony Caruso)
Claire Carleton ... Bessie Thorne
John Dierkes ... Charlie
Helen Jay ... Martha
Paul Wexler ... Lester Bailey

Jay C. Flippen ... Chute Wilson
John Breen ... Townsman (uncredited)
George Bruggeman ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Juror (uncredited)
George DeNormand ... Townsman (uncredited)
Fred Graham ... Frank (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Kenny ... Townsman (uncredited)
Charles Morton ... Townsman (uncredited)
Gil Perkins ... Sam (uncredited)
Joe Ploski ... Townsman (uncredited)
Frank Richards ... Jake (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: The Fourth Headstone

1 November 1958
When Josh as a favor to a friend escorts a beautiful woman to a trial that could see her hang for killing her husband, her lover, and a foreman, she uses all her seductive charm on him to convince him she is really innocent.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Rusty Lane ... Sheriff Sam Gladstone
Russ Conway ... Sheriff Pete Link
Earle Hodgins ... Stableman
Mona Freeman ... Jackie Harris

Season 1, Episode 10: Til Death Do Us Part

8 November 1958
Josh is asked by Stacy Torrance for help when she finds a wanted poster under her door - for her for murder. She believes the posters are being put up by her husband, a riverboat conman, who she tried to murder after he mistreated her.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Gerald Mohr ... Leo Torrance

William Schallert ... Hotel Clerk (as Bill Schallert)
Harry Harvey ... Bartender (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Mike Ragan ... Stagecoach Driver

Mala Powers ... Stacy Torrance

Season 1, Episode 11: The Favor

15 November 1958
Owing a favor to a sheriff, Josh agrees against better judgment to go to the lawless town of Bent Horn to bring back a man wanted for bank robbery and murder based on the word of another man who was involved in the robbery.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Skip Homeier ... Ted Jenks
Douglas Kennedy ... Sheriff Hank Bedloe
Sam Buffington ... Fred the Bartender
Joseph V. Perry ... Gabe Justin (as Joe Perry)
Robert Carricart ... George Evans
John Hackett ... Jim
Howard Dayton ... Deputy Michael Peet
Rod McGaughy ... Barfly (uncredited)
Gil Perkins ... Saloon Brawler (uncredited)
Tom Steele ... Saloon Brawler (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Ricochet

22 November 1958
Josh sets out to help a heartbroken wife locate her missing husband, but his mission of mercy meets with a resistant and tight-lipped townspeople. Josh discovers another man is also seeking the missing husband, but with murder in mind.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
J. Carrol Naish ... Miguel Ramierez
Onslow Stevens ... Sheriff Adler
Tom Drake ... Victor Kincaid
Jean Willes ... Dora Gaines
Ross Elliott ... Dr. Matt Conners
Barbara Eiler ... Ruth Conners

Regis Toomey ... Lenny the Bartender
John Breen ... Barfly (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Townsman (uncredited)
Kermit Maynard ... Barfly (uncredited)
Troy Melton ... Attacker in Alley (uncredited)
Gil Perkins ... Attacker in Alley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Sheriff of Red Rock

29 November 1958
Josh is bushwhacked by bounty hunters in cahoots with the local sheriff, who now must keep Josh from blowing the whistle on their illegal but lucrative "bounty game". He finds himself in jail with his quarry and as new quarry.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Joe Mantell ... Orv Daniels
Frank Silvera ... Sheriff Will Echert, misspelled Eckert in on-screen credits

John Litel ... Judge George Healy
Gordon Polk ... Evans
Francis De Sales ... Sam--Doctor (as Francis DeSales)

James Best ... Stoner

Season 1, Episode 14: Die by the Gun

6 December 1958
A sadistic pair of killers escape from prison who have no qualms about killing. They hijack the stagecoach Josh is riding with a young prisoner by felling a tree on its path. They decide to use Josh and the prisoner as hostages.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
John Larch ... Howie Kale

Warren Oates ... Jesse Cox (as Warren Oats)

Ray Teal ... Nebro

John Wilder ... Joe Sands
Jan Brooks ... Ellie Cameron
Russ Bender ... Sam Cameron
Forrest Lewis ... Prospector

Season 1, Episode 15: Rawhide Breed

13 December 1958
Following an Indian attack on their stagecoach that kills his prisoner, Randall and an eastern gentleman unaccustomed to the ways of the West must trek to safety across many long, hot miles of hostile Apache territory.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

George Macready ... Jefferson Klingsmith (as George McCready)
Charles Cooper ... Frank Kreager
Steve Rowland ... James Kreager
John Schifeling ... Apache boy

Season 1, Episode 16: Eight Cent Reward

20 December 1958
On Christmas Eve Randall receives his most daunting assignment yet from a young boy who has eight cents to pay: bring in Santa Claus. Tricked into the job, Randall tries to make the best of a bad situation for the boy's family.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Mort Mills ... Harmon Stone

Virginia Gregg ... Hilda Stone
Lloyd Corrigan ... Ben Hatch

Jay North ... Laddie Stone
John Cliff ... Sheriff Howard Klate
Sam Buffington ... Hap Haefer
Richard Reeves ... Vale
Robert Foulk ... Harkrader
James Bell ... Boniface Terry

Season 1, Episode 17: Drop to Drink

27 December 1958
Thieves are lying in wait to ambush mail carriers and eventually Josh is hired to help insure that the mail will get through. The thieves have news about a $20,000 Diamond Ring that is being delivered which they are waiting for.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Joe Maross ... Frank Parish
John Cliff ... Dixon
Victor Rodman ... Rufe Teller

Willis Bouchey ... Inspector John Bascomb

Dabbs Greer ... Elder Luke Boone
Alan Wells ... Sam Jarvis
Kenneth MacDonald ... Sheriff (as Ken MacDonald)
George DeNormand ... Townsman (uncredited)
Earl Spainard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Rope Law

3 January 1959
Josh is knocked out by a posse who want his prisoner who is wanted for killing his step-daughter. When he goes to recover his reward, he finds he has been paid but he still wants justice and soon finds the prisoner may be innocent.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Darryl Hickman ... Damon Ring, Jr.

Richard Arlen ... Sheriff Damon Ring, Sr.

Robert Strauss ... Brace Logan

Sidney Blackmer ... Judge L.L. Cooper
Jimmie Booth ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Virginia Christine ... Mrs. Logan (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)
Herb Vigran ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Six-Up to Bannach

10 January 1959
Josh needs to get his wounded prisoner to Bannach in three days to prevent an innocent man from hanging. His only option is a stagecoach carrying dynamite but Josh is willing to take the risk against the wishes of the driver.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

James Best ... Luke Perry
Sam Buffington ... Abb Crawford
Stacy Harris ... John Gillette

Season 1, Episode 20: The Spurs

17 January 1959
Josh rides into a small town looking for Vic Warsaw but is told by the Sheriff that Warsaw was buried that day and killed by Miss Lucy Fremont the night before. But, when Josh examines Warsaw's belongings, he has other ideas.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Betsy Drake ... Lucy Fremont
Dick Foran ... Sheriff D. Wilkes

Robert Ellenstein ... Mr. Sims

Don Durant ... Vic Warsaw
Robert Nichols ... Deputy Sheriff Sam (as Bob Nichols)
Jonathan Hole ... Roy the Bartender

Season 1, Episode 21: Reunion for a Revenge

24 January 1959
Four men break out of prison looking for revenge against Aben Starr who turned them in after their first escape attempt. Josh finds Starr running a stage stop hoping to catch the escapees there but instead finds himself caught by them.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Ralph Meeker ... Martin Ash
Judith Braun ... Jane Burns
Ed Kemmer ... Aben Starr

James Coburn ... Henry Turner
Michael Fox ... The Quaker
Alan Wells ... Cutler
Carol Henry ... Prison Wagon Driver (uncredited)
Troy Melton ... Logan (uncredited)
Alan Reynolds ... Sheriff (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: Competition

31 January 1959
Josh is resting in Benson when two bounty hunters bring in a man - the mayor - dead. Although the man was wanted, the sheriff and others want nothing to do with the pair. When they disrupt Josh's plans, he concocts a trap for them.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Pat Crowley ... Helen Martin

Charles Aidman ... Ralph M. Meadows
Lee Farr ... Al Calico Jarrett
King Calder ... Sheriff Don Neely
Charles Seel ... Bartender
C. Lindsay Workman ... Waiter (as Lindsay Workman)
John Breen ... Bartender (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ... Waiter (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: Call Your Shot

7 February 1959
A grieving father who is the town drunk hires Josh Randall with his last $30 to find his murdered son's body, but Josh's search for clues runs up against a cowardly conspiracy of silence. Josh isn't sure anyone is missing at all.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
James Dunn ... Gabe Henshaw
Steve Brodie ... Jed Miller
Luana Patten ... Abbie Fenton
James Burke ... Sheriff M. Comstock
Robert Burton ... Gregg Fenton
Louise Lorimer ... Ella Fenton (as Louise Lormer)

William Schallert ... James Hendricks (as Bill Schallert)
Frank Mills ... Barfly (uncredited)
Joe Ploski ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Barfly (uncredited)
Dale Van Sickel ... Miller Henchman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: Secret Ballot

14 February 1959
At the request of his friend's wife, Randall comes to assist and protect a war buddy in his bid for the town's mayoralty, quickly running afoul of the established political machine and its corrupt mayor and wanted sheriff.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Wayne Morris ... Mayor Barney Pax

Bethel Leslie ... Carole Easter

DeForest Kelley ... Sheriff Steve Pax
Mary Beth Hughes ... Dolly King
John Lupton ... Ned Easter
John Breen ... Townsman (uncredited)
Bill Catching ... Pax Henchman (uncredited)
Wilbur Mack ... Townsman (uncredited)
Troy Melton ... Pax Henchman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: The Corner

21 February 1959
A bounty hunter is not a hero in his own hometown, as Josh learns when he honors a dying friend's request to return his body to Cameron and the townspeople rush to judgment, believing Josh killed him for the reward money.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

John Litel ... Asa Morgan
Rachel Ames ... Ellie Morgan (as Judith Ames)
James Dobson ... Boone Morgan

Don Gordon ... Morley Teton
William Phipps ... Fred Teton (as Bill Phipps)
John Damler ... Constable
Dean Cromer ... Charlie (uncredited)

Sam Edwards ... Abel the Telegraph Agent (uncredited)
Tommy Farrell ... Billy Bland (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Barfly Sitting in Chair (uncredited)
Nolan Leary ... Minister (uncredited)
Alan Reynolds ... First Sheriff (uncredited)
Arthur Space ... Dr. Dan Wood (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: Eager Man

28 February 1959
Josh is approached by the wife of a wanted man eager to turn himself in peacefully, provided Josh split the bounty with his wife. To ensure the deal goes as planned, Josh enlists the aid of an old friend: Sheriff Pat Garrett.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Toni Gerry ... Anne Nelson
Richard Devon ... Gar Foley
Walter Sande ... Sheriff Pat Garret
Jean Willes ... Ruth
John Hackett ... Ted Nelson
Danny Borzage ... Barfly (uncredited)
Ethan Laidlaw ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: The Legend

7 March 1959
A man with unwavering faith in a legend about lost treasure hires Josh to lead his family on an expedition into the desert to locate the cache of Spanish gold. His method of getting Josh may be fatal to Josh and the family.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Victor Jory ... Sam McGarrett

Kenneth Tobey ... Vince Slater

Warren Oates ... Billy Clegg (as Warren Oats)
Nan Leslie ... Beth McGarrett
Roy Barcroft ... George Belden

Michael Landon ... Clay McGarrett

Season 1, Episode 28: Railroaded

14 March 1959
When a young runaway is framed for killing a Pinkerton agent, Randall turns detective to uncover the real killer. He learns there has been a series of murders on the railroad and there is a $200 reward for anyone killing an agent.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Edgar Buchanan ... Pop Michaels
Buzz Martin ... Sim Cole
Mort Mills ... Ed Bruner

Kasey Rogers ... Francie Keene

Jack Kruschen ... Sheriff Pig Wells
Danny Borzage ... Barfly (uncredited)
Bill Catching ... Deputy (uncredited)
Jack Kenny ... Barfly (uncredited)
Ethan Laidlaw ... Card Player (uncredited)
Jon Lormer ... Mark Crow (uncredited)
Mathew McCue ... Passerby on Street (uncredited)
Frank Mills ... Barfly (uncredited)
James Nolan ... Pinkerton Agent (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Attacker in Alley (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman in Saloon (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Card Player (uncredited)
Max Wagner ... Attacker in Alley (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 29: Double Fee

21 March 1959
Josh is requested to meet a famous singer at the opera house in Denver who has a job for him. He uncovers an unconventional kidnapping plot when he signs on to rescue the ransomed sister of the famous singer at Sugar Creek.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Diane Brewster ... Amy Winter
Christopher Dark ... Henri Gaspard (as Chris Dark)
Robert H. Harris ... Mason

June Vincent ... Stella Winter
Peggy Maley ... Belle
John Harmon ... Bartender
Danny Borzage ... Barfly (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Drunken Barfly (uncredited)
Ethan Laidlaw ... Barfly (uncredited)
Frank Mills ... Barfly (uncredited)
Joe Ploski ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 30: The Kovack Affair

28 March 1959
Josh comes to the aid of his old friend Jesse, who is being strong-armed into selling the Outrider Hotel and Saloon owned by his beautiful girlfriend who wants no violence by self-proclaimed mayor and town bully Peter Kovack.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Jean Willes ... Meghan Francis

James Coburn ... Jesse Holloway

Jacques Aubuchon ... Peter Kovack
Mel Carter ... Howard the Hotel Clerk
Olan Soule ... Bartender
Bobby Clark ... Shoeshine Boy
Ethan Laidlaw ... Henchman (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 31: Bounty for a Bride

4 April 1959
A decidedly different and dangerous assignment awaits Josh when he agrees to go into the Apache camp and compete in their contests to win the hand of a white woman the Indians kidnapped as a child and have raised as their own.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Lori Nelson ... White Antelope aka Doris Albright
Patrick McVey ... Damon Albright (as Pat McVey)

Michael Pate ... Victorio
Than Wyenn ... Yanqui Jones
Joseph V. Perry ... Black Horse (as Joe Perry)

Season 1, Episode 32: Crossroads

11 April 1959
Pursuing killer Joe Collins into the Superstition Mountains, Josh is followed by a man who believes Collins could be his long lost son. Because of a horseshoe problem, Josh catches up with the man who takes Josh to a possible hideout.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

John McIntire ... Bannister

Clu Gulager ... Joe Collins
Hugh Sanders ... Frank

Season 1, Episode 33: Angels of Vengeance

18 April 1959
A blindly obedient religious cult cast lots and it falls upon a young woman to act as its angel of vengeance. Her mission is to murder Josh Randall in retaliation for his killing their cult leader's drunk son in a shootout.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

John Dehner ... Abraham Saxon

Eduard Franz ... Isaac Rankin
Rachel Ames ... Sarah Buchanan (as Judith Ames)
Robert Nichols ... John Evans (as Bob Nichols)
Robert Griffin ... Eustace Branley (as Bob Griffin)
Stanley Fafara ... Young Boy (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Cult Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 34: Littlest Client

24 April 1959
Josh receives a letter from a girl at the St. Elizabeth Home for Girls. Expecting a young woman, Josh finds a young orphan girl wanting him to find the parents she insists are still alive and with whom she yearns to be reunited.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Anthony Caruso ... Matt Cleary (as Tony Caruso)
Ahna Capri ... Dolly Cleary (as Anna Marie Nanasi)

Robert J. Wilke ... Virgil (as Robert Wilkie)
Sarah Selby ... Sister Flavina

William Schallert ... Craig the Bartender
William Fawcett ... Hardrock Johnson

Marian Collier ... Sally (uncredited)
Tom Kennedy ... Blacksmith (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Fred - The Bartender (uncredited)
Cosmo Sardo ... Barber (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 35: The Conquerors

2 May 1959
A concerned father hires Josh to retrieve his son, a passionate young ideologue whose gift for rousing rhetoric is being used by plunderers to recruit freedom fighters to serve in their phony liberation of Baja California.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

John Dehner ... Grant Mandeville
Than Wyenn ... Gregg Haggerty

Michael Pate ... Capt. Manuel Herrera

Paul Carr ... Arnold Wilson
Joseph V. Perry ... Juan (as Joe Perry)
John Eldredge ... Matthew Wilson
Steve Darrell ... Senor Rubiro
Hugh Sanders ... Sheriff (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 36: Amos Carter

9 May 1959
Josh's big talk after a dog is shot lands him in big trouble when his browbeating the locals in the saloon about ending the decades-long Carter-Blake feud gets him drafted to go reconcile the hate-fueled hillbillies for $200.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Arthur Hunnicutt ... Amos Carter

Edgar Buchanan ... Chester Blake
Wright King ... Seth Blake
Peggy Webber ... Minnie Lee Blake

Willis Bouchey ... Dr. Johnathon M. Kirk
Olan Soule ... Bartender (as Olan Soulé)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Montana Kid

5 September 1959
To track down the cheating tinhorn gambler Johnny Deuce and recover his money, Randall befriends the card sharp's stepson and protégé, a twelve-year-old orphan boy and card cheat in training nicknamed The Montana Kid.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Richard Eyer ... Montana Kid
Jean Willes ... Manila Jones
Steve Brodie ... Johnny Deuce
Richard Devon ... Freighter Jack
Clancy Cooper ... Sheriff
Robert Bice ... Trail Boss (uncredited)
John Damler ... Wrangler (uncredited)
Ethan Laidlaw ... Wrangler (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Wrangler (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: The Healing Woman

12 September 1959
Josh embarks on a mission of mercy when he pleads with the parents of a boy with appendicitis to let the doctor operate. The father, embittered against modern medicine, trusts only the local witch to cure his son's sickness.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Mort Mills ... Tom Summers

Virginia Gregg ... Amanda Summers
James Westerfield ... Dr. Langland
Helen Kleeb ... Mag Blake
Paul Engle ... Ted Bridges
Whitey Hughes ... Wagon Driver (uncredited)
Ray Jones ... Barfly (uncredited)
George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: The Matchmaker

19 September 1959
Josh reluctantly accepts an offbeat assignment: finding a beautiful bride for his bashful buddy Charlie, the homeliest and loneliest man in the West. He gives josh a list of the beautiful women in town that are suitable - to him.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Fay Spain ... Amy Williams

Royal Dano ... Charlie Wright
Virginia Christine ... Harriet Meecham

Kasey Rogers ... Ruby Todd
Gordon Richards ... Zeb Williams
Clegg Hoyt ... Ed

Stephen Talbot ... Rufe Meecham
Mauritz Hugo ... Sam Jenkins
Tim Cagney ... Boy (uncredited)
Chick Hannan ... Barfly (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Waiter (uncredited)
Nick Nicholl ... Barfly (uncredited)
Cosmo Sardo ... Dealer Pointing Out Amy (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Breakout

26 September 1959
Josh in a federal prison plotting the great escape? The government employs Randall to portray an escaped prisoner in order to trick his cellmate into leading authorities to the $50,000 he stole and stashed away in a secret location.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Mona Freeman ... Margaret Dunn
Phillip Pine ... Tom Dunn

Richard Carlyle ... Mr. Phipps
William Phipps ... Mr. Jennings
Walter Coy ... Warden

Season 2, Episode 5: Estralita

3 October 1959
Randall finds his prey in the hands of a lynch mob wiping out his bounty. After Randall rescues Jake Pringle from the lynch mob's rope, he learns he's not the only one with an invested interest in keeping the killer alive.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Robert J. Wilke ... Jack Radovitch (as Robert Wilke)
Rita Lynn ... Estralita

Charles Aidman ... Jake Pringle
Chris Alcaide ... Bull Sherman
Jeff DeBenning ... Marshal Virgil Carp
Chick Hannan ... Townsman (uncredited)
Troy Melton ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: The Hostage

10 October 1959
Who needs enemies with friends like the residents of Rogue City, who celebrate Randall for bringing in notorious killer Jumbo Kane, but just as quickly turn on Josh when Kane breaks loose and demands a hostage to ensure his escape.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Alexander Scourby ... Judge Coogan
Marcia Henderson ... Julie Taggert

Lee Van Cleef ... Jumbo Kane

Joe Conley ... Henry Jackson
Michael Fox ... Bartender Tom
Tyler McVey ... Sheriff Taggert
Ray Jones ... Townsman (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)
Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman With Rifle (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: The Empty Cell

17 October 1959
Randall is rooked out of his bounty by crafty criminal Hunt Willis and his accomplice. Not one to accept defeat, Josh turns detective to rout the outlaws, his investigation dogged by the suspicious sheriff, a cousin to Willis.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Lon Chaney Jr. ... Sheriff Lon Paulson (as Lon Chaney)

Jack Kruschen ... Hunt Willis

DeForest Kelley ... Ollie Tate
Eddy Waller ... Pop Cole
Olan Soule ... Telegraph Operator (as Olan Soulé)
Jack Tornek ... Teller (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Bad Gun

24 October 1959
Against better judgment after losing a quick draw contest and bet, Josh serves as guide for a dandified East Coast gun salesman who comes west to retrieve and replace a defective gun he sold to notorious outlaw Curly Bill Brocius.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
King Donovan ... Sheridan Appleby
Harry Bellaver ... Curly Bill Brocius
Jacqueline Russell ... Cynthia Clyborn
Steve Darrell ... Sheriff Simmons (as Stevan Darrell)
Rodney Bell ... Bartender
Jack Ging ... Royer
Jeff Daley ... Tobin
Henry Wills ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: The Tyrant

31 October 1959
On the trail of a Cavalry deserter and the horses he stole, Josh rides into a town ruled as the private fiefdom of its autocratic, psychopathic marshal who is holding the horses and deserter. He wants a ransom from Josh for them.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

R.G. Armstrong ... Asa Wynter

Vaughn Taylor ... Curtis Paine

Frank Albertson ... George Elkins
Russ Conway ... Webb White
Richard Gardner ... Dion Davis (as Dick Gardner)
David Leland ... Large Beasely
Guy Wilkerson ... Sowbelly Logan
William A. Forester ... Captain Young
Nick Borgani ... Barfly (uncredited)
Tom McDonough ... Deputy (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Reckless

7 November 1959
Hired by a father to bring back the man who killed his son Josh is surprised when he doesn't get paid because he brought the man back alive. He pursues the matter to make sure that the father's hate isn't allowed to kill an innocent man.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Everett Sloane ... Tate Bradley
Les Johnson ... Tony Egan

Jean Allison ... Madge Nelson
Mark Allen ... Sheriff Sam Hatcher

Joseph Ruskin ... Gus Vogel
Ron Hayes ... Paul Bradley
Francis McDonald ... Liveryman (as Francis J. McDonald)
Perry Cook ... Ben (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Townsman (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: Desert Seed

14 November 1959
Josh must bring a man back for murder. He has to outwit the man's nephew and men bent on claiming the bounty. Josh must prove to the nephew that he can be trusted to get his uncle back to stand trial for a crime committed in self-defense.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Rafael Campos ... Pachito
Carlos Romero ... Juan Gomez
Tom Gilson ... Tooney

Bing Russell ... Clay

Miriam Colon ... Mrs. Gomez (as Miriam Colón)

Season 2, Episode 12: Twelve Hours to Crazy Horse

21 November 1959
Josh brings a wanted man in to the Mesa City Sheriff, only to find he killed the sheriff's brother. Josh decides to join the sheriff and prisoner on the trip to take the man to Crazy Horse for trial but along the way the man escapes.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

John Dehner ... Sheriff Hayes
Jimmy Lydon ... Dan Murdock (as James Lydon)

Dabbs Greer ... Bartender
Robert Brubaker ... Warner
Barry Cahill ... Deputy Guarding Prison (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: No Trail Back

28 November 1959
Josh is looking for a man who, while trying to rob a bank, is bitten by a rabid dog. He learns the law wanted him originally to lead them to his outlaw brother. Josh ends up captured by them but they don't believe him about the rabies.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Robert J. Wilke ... Ben Hooker
Wright King ... Joe Hooker
Howard Petrie ... Sheriff Akers
Forrest Lewis ... Doc Blake

Season 2, Episode 14: Man on Horseback

5 December 1959
A man shoots his brother over ownership of their property and blames it on an Indian who reclaimed his horse the man found and stole. He then ups the bounty on the Indian to push Josh to find the Indian to "hide" the evidence.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Fred Beir ... Merv Bascomb

Jeanne Cooper ... Myra

Jay Silverheels ... Charley Red Cloud
James Chandler ... Will Bascomb (as James T. Chandler)
Howard Negley ... Barney Connors (as Howard J. Negley)
Tex Holden ... Cashier (uncredited)
Ralph Moratz ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Alan Wells ... Blacksmith (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Chain Gang

12 December 1959
Josh is captured by a corrupt deputy and is forced by the sheriff to work on a chain gang in a gold mine. He learns the mine owner and staff keep the men imprisoned by adding to their sentences every time they break the rules.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Dave Willock ... Jethro Dane

Ted de Corsia ... George Winters (as Ted DeCorsia)
Laurie Mitchell ... Belle Colter
Chris Alcaide ... Cree Colter

I. Stanford Jolley ... Charlie Martin
James Burke ... Sheriff Blore

William Schallert ... Link Damon
Than Wyenn ... Gib Rafford
Richard Reeves ... Jenks (as Richard J. Reeves)
Jack Stoney ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Vanishing Act

26 December 1959
Randall is tracking an escape artist who is forced to distract a town, letting three guys, rob the bank. When Randall catches them, he turns them over to the sheriff, but they escape. Therefore, Randall must track him down again.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Lawrence Dobkin ... Bartolo

Dyan Cannon ... Nicole McCready (as Diane Cannon)
Steve Darrell ... Sheriff Toole (as Stevan Darrell)
Ken Mayer ... Charlie Trace
Brad Weston ... Frank Decker
Nick Borgani ... Townsman (uncredited)
John Breen ... Townsman (uncredited)
Forrest Burns ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Gordon ... Townsman (uncredited)
Henry Rowland ... Pete (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Townsman (uncredited)
Frank Sully ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Mental Lapse

2 January 1960
Josh plays detective when he signs on to help an amnesiac discover his identity. The first clue is when Josh must kill a man trying to kill Josh's client who has a telegram on him that may indicate Josh's client is wanted.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Harry Townes ... Olin McDonald
Jan Shepard ... Lilith Preston
Ed Prentiss ... Sheriff Truxton
Paul Dubov ... Blade Tomson
John Parrish ... Sheriff Persall
Eddie Foster ... Card Dealer (uncredited)
Billy Halop ... Tomson's henchman (uncredited)
Charles Morton ... Winning Poker Player (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Card Player (uncredited)
Henry Wills ... Gunman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: Angela

9 January 1960
After watching her father stabbed to death, a grieving daughter wants immediate justice rather than wait for the slower-moving wheels of justice. She vows to bring vengeance upon the man who murdered her father that Josh also wanted.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Fay Spain ... Angela
Joe Patridge ... Sheriff Wilson

Wayne Rogers ... Ash Langford
Richard Bakalyan ... Harry Quint

Warren Oates ... George Aswell
Howard Petrie ... Sam Pryor
Earle Hodgins ... Deputy (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Bartender (uncredited)
Rudy Sooter ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: The Monster

16 January 1960
Josh is determined to debunk the dire menace posed by a marauding monster that has smashed mining camps, decimated an Indian village and that has the residents of nearby Nugget City hiding behind locked doors.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Martin Landau ... Khorba
Bek Nelson ... Hannah
Eugene Mazzola ... Indian Boy (as Eugene Martin)

Ned Glass ... Assay Clerk
Russell Thorson ... Sheriff
William Fawcett ... Prospector
Cliff Fields ... Townsman (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Most Beautiful Woman

23 January 1960
Josh, down on his luck, hires out for $100/day to find a woman - one catch is she may be dead. A man wants Josh to help find his fiancé who was last heard from at Hogan but the people there refuse to divulge what happened to her.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Arthur Franz ... John Garth
Mort Mills ... Frank Jeffers
Gordon Polk ... Skeek (as Gordon L. Polk)
Owen Bush ... Hose
Grace Albertson ... May (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Townsman (uncredited)
James Parnell ... Fat Man (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: Jason

30 January 1960
Jason brings in "Doc" Phillips hoping he can lure Clell Fanning out as he has an old score to settle with Clell. He is shot by one of Clell's henchman and he must rely on the deputy, Nichols, who takes over after the Sheriff is killed.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Sean McClory ... 'Doc' Phillips
Barry Kelley ... Sheriff John Holmes
Pierre Watkin ... Doctor Bowers
Wright King ... Jason Nichols
Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)
John Breen ... Roulette Dealer (uncredited)
Bill Catching ... Townsend (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Barfly (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Fanning Gang Member (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Townsman (uncredited)
Frank Kreig ... Bartender (uncredited)
Orville Sherman ... Metcalfe (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: The Partners

6 February 1960
Josh is arrested on a bogus horse-stealing charge. Jason shows up to get him out of jail and a proposal for the two of them to work together. Together they kill 3 brothers wanting revenge against Josh for killing their brother.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Wright King ... Jason Nichols
Robert Morris ... Billy Joe Henry
Elaine Riley ... Panama
Leslie Bradley ... Marshal Thompson (as Leslie E. Bradley)

Richard Farnsworth ... Rance (as Dick Farnsworth)
Wayne Heffley ... Homer

Season 2, Episode 23: Tolliver Bender

13 February 1960
To net a thousand-dollar reward and save a friend, Josh saves Tolliver Bend from a hanging so he can testify in a nearby trial. Double-crosses are immediately hatched by those who want Tolliver dead and by those who want the money.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Wright King ... Jason Nichols

Douglas Fowley ... Tolliver Bender

John Carradine ... Amos McKenna
Kenneth Becker ... Tully Bickford (as Ken Becker)
Joseph V. Perry ... Flint Bickford (as Joe Perry)
Gloria Talbott ... Adelaide Bender
John Breen ... Townsman (uncredited)
Percy Helton ... Old Man (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Townsman (uncredited)
Howard Negley ... Sheriff (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Townsman (uncredited)
Frank Sully ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: A House Divided

20 February 1960
An attractive woman hires Josh for $1000 to clear her father on a false murder charge in a town that is not very welcoming to Josh. Meanwhile, the real killer who tried to run Josh out of town hires Jason to kill Josh for $100.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Eduard Franz ... Bayard Cole
Helen Westcott ... Amanda Cole

Stafford Repp ... Clete Cole

Don Gordon ... Buff Cole
Wright King ... Jason Nichols
John Breen ... Barfly (uncredited)
Raymond Hatton ... Stableman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Man Sitting Outside of Saloon (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: Triple Vise

27 February 1960
Josh and Jason are hired to chase a killer who went to Mexico by his brother who is about to hang for a crime his brother committed. There they meet a barmaid with a different perspective among the less than helpful residents.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Wright King ... Jason Nichols
Chana Eden ... Juanita

Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez ... Tomas
William Phipps ... Al Hemp
Salvador Baguez ... Bartender

Bing Russell ... Billy Hemp
Lou Krugman ... Manuel
Nestor Paiva ... Mexican Policeman (uncredited)

Dan White ... Stableman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: Black Belt

19 March 1960
Josh and Jason are on the trail of a karate expert accused of killing his employer. However, his karate ability puts Josh on the sidelines with a broken rib while Jason takes over to track him but hopefully with a healthy respect for him.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Wright King ... Jason Nichols
Robert Kino ... Sammy Wong
Richard Crane ... Paul Cameron
Chubby Johnson ... Chalmly Cove
Stuart Randall ... Mr. Cummings
Bill Catching ... Townsmen (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Barfly (uncredited)
Fred Krone ... Townsmen (uncredited)
Mike Ragan ... Shanny (uncredited)
Forrest Taylor ... Dr. Russell (uncredited)
Alan Wells ... Townsmen (uncredited)

Dan White ... Stableman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 27: The Pariah

26 March 1960
Randall learns "hate comes high" in a town whose people have hired a trio of killers to murder their fellow resident Randy Holleran, a sniveling drunkard whom Josh can't stand but has promised his father to protect.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Susan Oliver ... Bess Wilson
Don Dubbins ... Randy Holleran
Frank Ferguson ... Amos Wilson
Arthur Hanson ... Ted Dawson

Rhys Williams ... Dr. Horton
King Calder ... Sheriff Jackson
Lester Dorr ... Will Grey
Terry Frost ... Ben Bronson
Bill Quinn ... Bill, Hanger-on
Nick Borgani ... Townsman (uncredited)
John Breen ... Townsman (uncredited)
Archie Butler ... Gunman (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Barfly (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 28: Vendetta

9 April 1960
Josh captures a wanted recruit and returns him to the Army, but the Captain at an encampment refuses to pay the bounty as he has another use for the trooper. The Colonel at an Army post drafts Josh to stop the mentally unstable officer.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Wright King ... Jason Nichols

Willis Bouchey ... Col. Bradley

Bert Remsen ... Lt. Pierce
Arthur Batanides ... Allen Stokes
Fred Coby ... Lt. Carson
Joe Haworth ... Sgt. Jones
Harry Townes ... Capt. Wm. Phelps
Whitey Hughes ... Marching Soldier (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Soldier (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 29: Death Divided by Three

23 April 1960
Josh and Jason track down a fugitive in Texas wanted for murder in Arizona who they find is also sought by his wife who claims he is innocent. When Josh catches the outlaw, he asks to avoid his wife but then escapes from Josh.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Wright King ... Jason Nichols
Mara Corday ... Lucinda Lorenz
Richard Garland ... Jake Lorenz
Walter Sande ... Sheriff
John Harmon ... Hotel Clerk
Mark Allen ... Blacksmith

Season 2, Episode 30: The Inheritance

30 April 1960
A dying man offers Josh $2000 to find his son, who ran away from home 15 years ago. The only real identification is a broach the boy took from his mother. Josh follows the trail to a deputy who believes he knows the missing man.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Ed Kemmer ... Adam Smith / William Davis (as Edward Kemmer)

John Litel ... Clint Davis
Don Kennedy ... Marc

John Anderson ... Deputy Sheriff Fix
Maxine Cooper ... Constance Howard
Thomas Browne Henry ... Dr. Parks (as Thomas B. Henry)
George Eldredge ... Sheriff
Robert Bice ... Telegrapher (uncredited)
Richard LaMarr ... Townsman (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 31: Prison Trail

14 May 1960
Josh and Jason are escorting four prisoners - three men and one woman - to Leavenworth prison when a stranger begins following along behind asking to travel with the group for protection from the Pawnee Indians but Josh refuses.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Wright King ... Jason Nichols

Brad Dexter ... Stranger

Claude Akins ... Jack Kelly
Joe Di Reda ... Joe Kelly (as Joe di Reda)
William Tannen ... Hale Dane (as Bill Tannen)

Beverly Garland ... Sally Lind

Season 2, Episode 32: Pay-off at Pinto

21 May 1960
Josh is summoned for help when the Pinto bank is robbed. The citizens of Pinto are in a lynching mood although the owner says he has enough gold in other banks to cover everyone's deposits as Josh is sent to bring the new money.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Barry Kelley ... Sheriff Luke Deaver
Philip Ahn ... Tom Wing
Addison Richards ... Dr. John Allen
Harlan Warde ... Ed Shaw
Than Wyenn ... Elkins
Robert Osterloh ... Kenny (as Bob Osterloh)
John Damler ... Jesse Wade
Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)
Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: The Trial

21 September 1960
Josh expects a $400 bounty for bringing in Daniel Trenner but finds his prisoner stolen from him by the sheriff. Four ex-army personnel want to stage a illegal mock trial accusing their former lieutenant of dereliction of duty.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Paul Burke ... Daniel Trenner

James Coburn ... Howard Catlett
John Pickard ... Carl Langley
Edwin Mills ... Sam Atkins
Tom Vize ... Harvey Griffith
Bob January ... Frank Nelson

Season 3, Episode 2: The Cure

28 September 1960
Josh is hired by a woman to sober up Harry a drunk who is also Josh's friend. She learned his wealthy brother who Harry hasn't seen in fifteen years and detests is coming to visit so she wants Harry to be presentable for the visit.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Claudia Bryar ... Emily Kendrick
Charles P. Thompson ... Dr. Williams
Thomas Browne Henry ... Alfred Simmons (as Thomas B. Henry)
Chuck Hayward ... A Rider

Harold J. Stone ... Harry Simmons
Rex Andrews ... Townsman (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Townsman (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Journey for Josh

5 October 1960
Josh and the beautiful female prisoner he is transporting to trial are on a three day trip while her partner is still on the lose in the area. For once Josh may not follow through on obeying the law as they fall in love with each other.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Lisa Gaye ... Susan Marno
Jason Wingreen ... Nick Peters
Orville Sherman ... Sheriff Owens
Charles Bail ... Larry
Russ Bender ... Sheriff Tom Brice

Season 3, Episode 4: The Looters

12 October 1960
Josh is on his way to River City to transport three convicts there to be hanged. The three dangerous prisoners escape from jail and appoint themselves the law, after the town is hit by a tornado that wrecks the town and kills the sheriff.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Gloria Blondell ... Lucy

Dennis Patrick ... Eli
Tom Gilson ... Frank
John Alderman ... Chum (as John L. Alderman)
Pat McCaffrie ... Leonard (as Patric F. McCaffrie)
Dave Willock ... Judge
John Eldredge ... Phineos Porter
Gaines Kincaid ... Sheriff

Season 3, Episode 5: The Twain Shall Meet

19 October 1960
A journalist from Boston accompanies Josh on his manhunt to get an exclusive story on a bounty hunter as part of a series of articles. Josh agrees to let him join him in the hunt for Jack Torrance but finds they have different methods.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Michael Lipton ... Arthur Pierce Madison

Mary Tyler Moore ... Sophie Anderson
Howard Ledig ... Jack Torrance

Allen Jaffe ... Sid Gonda
Rodney Bell ... First Man
Jim Hayward ... Second Man
Joseph J. Greene ... Jim Arnold (as Joseph Greene)
Rex Andrews ... Barfly (uncredited)
Ralph Moratz ... Cowboy Entering Bar (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Tom - The Bartender (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: The Showdown

26 October 1960
Josh feels compelled to repay a debt to an old friend who's in jail and may hang. However, the friend takes advantage of Josh to escape forcing Josh to go on the hunt for him until it appears he died when he went over a cliff.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Tom Drake ... Johnny Haywood
June Dayton ... Gloria Haywood
Jackie Loughery ... Kitty Conners
Walter Sande ... Sheriff Walt Spence
Mark Allen ... Charlie Evans - Deputy
William Vaughn ... Carl Silvera (as William Vaughan)
Leake Bevil ... Howie
Robert Williams ... Phil (as Bob Williams)

Season 3, Episode 7: Surprise Witness

2 November 1960
Josh brings in outlaw Carlos Domingo but he has to be released when the witness against him is killed in front of Josh. Josh concocts a surprise witness to step forward to testify against the notorious killer - his own mother.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Sari Price ... Evelyn Martinson

Argentina Brunetti ... Juanita Domingo
Bill Quinn ... Sheriff George Mason
Sam Hearn ... Leon Faber
Robert Kenneally ... Marty (as Robert W. Kenneally)
Lee Bergere ... Carlos Domingo
Nick Borgani ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: To the Victor

9 November 1960
Josh is sent for by Sheriff Mike Strata and the desperate men of Coronado. He is hired for $500 to convince the women of the town to come back to their men when they leave demanding that all towns men give up their guns for good.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Frank Albertson ... Sheriff Mike Strata
George Ramsey ... Walt Pierson
Nacho Galindo ... Howard Wiley
Olan Soule ... Simon Denton (as Olan Soulé)
Hal K. Dawson ... Henry Foster
Jan Stine ... Kenneth Adams
Diana Crawford ... Millie
Susan Crane ... Alice Adams

Richard Farnsworth ... Hal (as Dick Farnsworth)
Vince Deadrick Sr. ... Norman (as Vince Deadrick)
Suzanne Storrs ... Liz Strata

Season 3, Episode 9: Criss Cross

16 November 1960
Josh brings in a young man wanted for robbery but loses his reward and expenses. A well meaning Dr. pays an innocent man to take the blame for his son's robbery, but the son sets out to kill the man to make sure he never tells.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Mark Rydell ... Tom Adams

Vaughn Taylor ... Doc Adams
Patricia King ... Nora Dawson

John Craven ... Zack Dawson
Robert Nash ... Sheriff Hal Mortensen
Guy Wilkerson ... Prospector

Season 3, Episode 10: The Medicine Man

23 November 1960
Josh arrives in a town for rest and to gamble just as the local bank has been robbed. A traveling medicine man known to Josh knows the whereabouts of the suspect and wants Josh to help because he thinks the suspect is innocent.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Cloris Leachman ... Ann Barchester

J. Pat O'Malley ... Doc
John Baer ... Jim Lansing

Ted de Corsia ... Arthur Barchester (as Ted DeCorsia)
Richard Bartell ... Man

Ben Morris ... Sheriff
James Parnell ... Bartender
Ric Applewhite ... 2nd Man
Joe Ploski ... Townsman (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: One Mother Too Many

7 December 1960
A widow wants to hire/propose to Josh so she doesn't lose custody of her son. Josh served under her husband in the war. His mother tried to control him and now is trying to steal her grandson to raise him to take over the family fortune.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Joyce Meadows ... Beth Morrison
Bryan Russell ... Davey Morrison
Betty Lou Gerson ... Irene Goodhue Morrison
Raymond Greenleaf ... Judge Timothy Banning
Lewis Charles ... Malcolm
Robert F. Hoy ... James (as Robert Hoy)
Richard Adams ... Rancher

Bill Hart ... Buggy Driver (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: The Choice

14 December 1960
A woman asks Josh, an old friend, to help find her husband - a bounty hunter out to settle a score. Her and Frank have been married for 25 years and Frank is slowing down. He wants to catch a young outlaw who shot him in the leg.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Dick Foran ... Frank Koster

Maxine Stuart ... Jane Koster
Burt Douglas ... Stacy Lenz
Barbara Hines ... Martha Towers
Chuck Hayward ... Bob Bradley

Season 3, Episode 13: Three for One

21 December 1960
When Randall has a sheriff bed a prisoner, the man's gang kidnaps the sheriff and two others and threatens to kill one per day until the man is freed as the deputy's girl pressures him to let the sheriff die as condition for marriage.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Richard Anderson ... Tom
Gloria Talbott ... Jennifer Clay (as Gloria Talbot)
Terry Becker ... Deputy Fred Kimball (as Adam Becker)
Leonard Bell ... Sheriff Ken Turner
Sydney Smith ... Ben Farrell (as Sidney Smith)
Dee Pollock ... Ben, Jr.
Harry Landers ... Lafe

Kasey Rogers ... Kate
Fred Krone ... Walt
Nick Borgani ... Townsman (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: Witch Woman

28 December 1960
In Mexico, Josh is hired to protect a sensible man and his pregnant wife from his father-in-law and the villagers who are angered when he refuses the town healing woman or "witch" from being present when his wife gives birth.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Jeanette Nolan ... La Curandera
Victor Millan ... Rafael Guerra
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Don Emilio Flores (as Rodolfo Hoyos)
Julia Montoya ... Esperanza
Tom Hernández ... Carlos (as Tom Hernandez)
Ruben Moreno ... Juan
Nick Borgani ... Townsman (uncredited)
Stephen Soldi ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: Baa-Baa

4 January 1961
After Josh reluctantly takes the task of finding a man and his wife's pet ewe, he becomes the butt of many jokes in the community while cattlemen nearly hang him when he mentions sheep. His only clue is a gold bell the ewe wore.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Hollis Irving ... Helen Goode
Dave Willock ... George Goode
Stuart Randall ... Watkins
Gerald Milton ... Moose

Robert Easton ... Jeff
Wally Brown ... Bartender
Judith Rawlins ... Hazel

Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez ... Pedro Hernandez (as Gonzales Gonzales)
Frank Gerstle ... Foreman
Joe Devlin ... Larry
Sailor Vincent ... Man (as Sailor Billy Vincent)
Nick Borgani ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: The Last Retreat

11 January 1961
When a convicted killer escapes prison, Josh is hired for $500 to protect the woman whose testimony put him there. The woman's husband is an attorney who says he has always been a coward and never carries a gun. Josh is not so sure.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Constance Ford ... Sarah Lawton
Ross Elliott ... Jim Lawton

Warren Oates ... Clem Robinson (as Warren M. Oates)
John Cliff ... Tom Jenks
William Hudson ... Sheriff

Season 3, Episode 17: Bounty on Josh

25 January 1961
Josh rides into a town looking for a man who asked him to come there for a job that pays $500. When he goes to the man's room at the hotel, Josh is shot. He must figure out who shot him but the sheriff is ordering him out of town.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Jean Allison ... Carol Frazer

Rhys Williams ... Doctor
Michael Greene ... Sheriff Willis (as Michael Green)
Jay Adler ... Ferris
Ric Applewhite ... Bartender
Jerry Lawrence ... Drunk (as Jerry C. Lawrence)

Season 3, Episode 18: Hero in the Dust

1 February 1961
Josh is hired by Harry Weaver to track down his twin brother Pete, who's wanted with a $500 bounty on him. Harry is tired of being used by Pete plus the law and bounty hunters are apt to mistake him for Pete resulting in his own death.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Ralph Bell ... Phil Richards (as Ralph S. Bell)
Audrey Caire ... Polly (as Audrey Clark Caire)
Nick Bon Tempi ... Harry Weaver
Paul Bon Tempi ... Pete Weaver
Jimmie Booth ... Barfly (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: Epitaph

8 February 1961
Josh is called in to track down a new outlaw - the local sheriff who is a friend. The good sheriff who was seduced into robbing a bank by his beautiful but deadly girlfriend, convinces Josh to let him assist in her capture.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Enid Jaynes ... Martha Boyd (as Enid Janes)
Lewis Charles ... Hoyt Larson
James Drake ... Larry Simons (as James R. Drake)
Bart Burns ... Sheriff Walt Sommers
Richard Keene ... Karl (as Dick Keene)

Richard Anderson ... Jim Kramer

Season 3, Episode 20: The Voice of Silence

15 February 1961
Josh reluctantly takes a job protecting a beautiful deaf, mute, teenage girl and keeping everyone off the father's place for a day or two. Although initially bored, Josh starts to develop a relationship with the friendly girl.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Carolyn Kearney ... Carol Hagen
Roy Barcroft ... Frank Hagen
Dick Rich ... Harry Brice
Herman Rudin ... Drifter
Vince Deadrick Sr. ... Ken (as Vince Deadrick)
Charles Bail ... Wally (as Chuck Bail)

Season 3, Episode 21: El Gato

22 February 1961
Josh escorts an East Coast photographer to take a picture of his friend El Gato (The Cat), who is a famous, hilarious bandit living in the hills of Mexico with a small army. However, El Gato is new to photographs and leery.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Noah Beery Jr. ... El Gato (as Noah Beery)
Olan Soule ... Archie Warner (as Olan Soulé)

Steven Marlo ... Coyote
Jason Johnson ... Hotel Clerk
Roberto Contreras ... Jimanez
Don Carlos ... Pedro
Linda Cordova ... Maria

Bernie Gozier ... Butera
Kermit Maynard ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 22: Detour

1 March 1961
A broke Josh is hired by a fearful man to help him elope with his sweetheart, Jane, the daughter of a local rancher. The girl's father is vehemently opposed to the marriage and hence the necessity for Josh to get involved.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Howard Smith ... Martin Fairweather
Melinda Plowman ... Patience Fairweather
Jan Brooks ... Jane Fairweather
Byron Foulger ... Reverend
Jacqueline Park ... Waitress (as Jacquelyne Park)

Howard Morris ... Clayton Armstrong

Season 3, Episode 23: Monday Morning

8 March 1961
Josh takes a job for $200 protecting an express office employee who stole $10,000 and wants to return it before it's discovered missing. However, he had an accomplice in the robbery but he does not know where the accomplice is at.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall

Richard Carlyle ... Charlie Glover
Ralph Bell ... Sam Vickers (as Ralph S. Bell)
Bill Quinn ... Porter Fairchild
David Manley ... Joseph Richards
Craig Duncan ... Sheriff
Frank Ellis ... Sweeping Storekeeper (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: The Long Search

15 March 1961
A Japanese woman travels to the U.S. to find an American man who proposed to her in Japan and hires Josh to find him since no one will help her in her search. Josh is confronted by the Japanese man to whom she had been promised.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Linda Wong ... Yoshika Nakamura
Lynette Bernay ... Kitty (as Lynn Bernay)
Dale Ishimoto ... Taro Yamamoto
Robert Kenneally ... Bill Timmons
William Eben Stephens ... Frank
Stanley Clements ... Krebs
Olan Soule ... Clerk (as Olan Soulé)
Rex Andrews ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 25: Dead Reckoning

22 March 1961
Josh arrives in town thinking the sheriff summoned him to go after a man. Instead, a woman wants Josh to bring in the man, her wanted husband, alive, so he can prove self defense, but the brothers of the man he killed are out to hang him.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Jimmy Lydon ... Paul Dexter (as James Lydon)
John Alderman ... Wade Taggart (as John L. Alderman)
Chuck Hayward ... Burt Taggart
Jan Brooks ... Barbara Decker
Leonard Bell ... Ollie Prescott
Roy Engel ... Sheriff Art Hampton

Season 3, Episode 26: Barney's Bounty

29 March 1961
Josh rides to Barney Durant's horse business to rent a couple of horses right after Barney pushes his son David to leave. When Josh's 2 bounty prisoners escape taking 2 horses from his horse trader friend, he helps in tracking them down.

Steve McQueen ... Josh Randall
Jonathan Bolt ... David Durant
Alan Austin ... Rake Barton (as Al Austin)
Vince Deadrick Sr. ... Sy Benton (as Vince Deadrick)

Bill Hart ... Frank Garth (as William Hart)
Bill Quinn ... Bartender Mitch

Noah Beery Jr. ... Barney Durant (as Noah Beery)
Richard Alexander ... Nels Svenson (uncredited)
Jan Arvan ... Pedro (uncredited)

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