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"Bat Masterson" (1958) More at IMDbPro »

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

Season 1

Season 1, Episode 1: Double Showdown

8 October 1958
Bat responds to cry for help when a friend's small gambling house is threatened by rival casino owned by Big Keel Roberts. Roberts suggest that he and Bat play one hand of poker, with the winner gaining ownership of both casinos.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Robert Middleton ... Big Keel Roberts
Jean Willes ... Lucy Slater

Elisha Cook Jr. ... Pete Sheeley (as Elisha Cook)

Adele Mara ... Maria Costa
King Donovan ... Shorty Keenan
Charles Maxwell ... Marshal Ed Caulder
K.L. Smith ... Chuck
William Vaughan ... Nelson
Stephen Wootton ... Sandy
Richard Warren ... Townsman Watching Showdown
Quintin Sondergaard ... Townsman behind Big Keel (as Quentin Sondergaard)
Leon Alton ... Older card player
Troy Melton ... Man Holding Gun on Shorty
Harry Raybould ... Card player
James Winslow
Sean Meany (as Sean Meaney)
Nick Nicholl ... Townsman (as Nick Nicoll)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Two Graves for Swan Valley

15 October 1958
A vicious night rider reacts with murderous intent when he thinks Bat is flirting with his girl, pretty saloon girl Molly Doyle. Everyone tells Bat to leave town to save his life but Bat not wanting to be told what to do decides to stay.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Broderick Crawford ... Sgt. Foley
Marcia Henderson ... Molly Doyle
Patrick McVey ... Angus McLarnin

Raymond Bailey ... Tom Noble, Justice of the Peace
Paul Lambert ... Pete the Blacksmith
William Boyett ... Dank Lance, Henchman

Kasey Rogers ... Hotel Owner
Frank Clark ... Bucky Lance - Henchman
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Dynamite Blows Two Ways

22 October 1958
Bat wins a herd of cattle in a card game in Laramie and discovers that in order to convert them into cash, he'll have to fight his way past a rancher determined to only allow his cattle to be sold in Cheyenne.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Reed Hadley ... Raoul Cummings
Susan Cummings ... Valorie Mitchell
Tyler McVey ... Jim Thompson
Tom McKee ... Swede
Jeff DeBenning ... Horton (as Jeff De Benning)
Richard Warren ... Husky drover
Wes Hudman ... Henchman in Plaid Shirt
Bill Hale ... Bill - Rancher
Texas Joe Foster ... Poker Player (as Tex Foster)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Stampede at Tent City

29 October 1958
Bat encounters a group of wranglers who are stealing horses. A old flame of Bat's asks him to rescue her current beau, accused of murder and shackled to a tree by a lynch mob led by the slain man's brother who leads the wranglers.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

William Conrad ... Clark Benson

James Best ... Joe Best

Joan Marshall ... Laura Hopkins
Joseph Breen ... Townsman
Troy Melton ... Wrangler
Tom Vize ... Husky Wrangler (as Tommy Vize)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: The Fighter

5 November 1958
Bat wins the contract of a young fighter from his unscrupulous manager, then trains him for one honest fight, betting all his poker winnings on it. The boxer's former manager doesn't want a fair fight and plans to ensure the boxer loses.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Marie Windsor ... Polly Landers

Robert J. Wilke ... Bull Kirby
Patrick Waltz ... Jim Bemis
Ray Kellogg ... Brock
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Noble 'Kid' Chissell ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Gordon ... Cornerman (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Tex Holden ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Bob Reeves ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Jerry Schumacher ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Bear Bait

12 November 1958
Bat is hired to guide a hunting party to Canada. The sheriff suspects that the three are wanted for robbery and murder but he needs proof. When Bat discovers the truth, he is roped to a tree as bait for the bears by them.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
James Westerfield ... Shapley Howell

Patricia Donahue ... Joyce Howell
Milton Frome ... Sheriff Clark
Bobby Hall ... Roger
Wayne Burson ... U.S. Marshal
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: A Noose Fits Anybody

19 November 1958
While on his way to break his brother out of jail for a crime he did not commit, Ben Thompson saves Bat Masterson's life, but is wounded in the process. Bat agrees to undertake the hazardous mission of saving Ben's brother from the noose.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Murvyn Vye ... Big Ed Bacon
William Henry ... Sheriff Griff Hanley (as Bill Henry)

Gary Vinson ... Billy Thompson
Ernestine Clark ... Lola Faire
Robert Swan ... Ben Thompson
Jack Wagner ... Charlie Meeks - Deputy Sheriff
Lasse Hellman ... Ray Clinton (as Les Hellman)
Max Palmer ... 1st Bartender

George Jones ... Joe - 2nd Bartender (as George C. Jones)
George Offerman Jr. ... Dealer (as George Offerman)
Billy Nelson ... Ringmaster
The Behee-Bray Aerialists ... Aerialists (as The Behee-Bray Flyers)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Clayton Behee ... Aerialist (uncredited)
Jack Bray ... Aerialist (uncredited)
Chalky Williams ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Dude's Folly

26 November 1958
When a bully threatens two youngsters if they won't sell the hardware store they inherited, Bat helps. He teaches the man how to defend himself with a gun, but the student shoots his antagonist in the back and then goes after his teacher.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Leo Gordon ... Joe Quince
Nancy Hadley ... Jan Larkin

Joe Turkel ... Woody Larkin

Allison Hayes ... Ellie Winters
Jack Reitzen ... Packy Morrow
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: The Treasure of Worry Hill

3 December 1958
Three cousins inherit pieces of map describing the location of their uncle's buried treasure. Not trusting each other, they hire Bat to guide them to the place where the money has been hidden - a place known as "Worry Hill".

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Audrey Dalton ... Abigail Feather

Ross Martin ... Caulder Larson
Harvey Stephens ... Isaac Parker
Robert Anderson ... Richard Woodman (as Bob Anderson)
Ken Drake ... Burdette
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: Cheyenne Club

17 December 1958
Bat is hired by John Conant to discover if his daughter's fiancée cheats at cards. Bat discovers the crooked card sharp is really a powerful cattle baron who plans to kill Bat before he can tell anyone else.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Karl Swenson ... Jim Pate
Dean Harens ... Steven Haley
William Tannen ... John Conant

Louise Fletcher ... Sarah Lou Conant

Olan Soule ... Bartender
John Close ... Homesteader
Frank Warren ... Marshal
Bill Catching ... Kansas
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Joe Ferrante ... Trent (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Woody (uncredited)
Colin Kenny ... Club Member (uncredited)
Paul Kruger ... Doorman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: General Sherman's March Through Dodge City

24 December 1958
President Hayes is coming to Dodge City accompanied by General Sherman during an election stop. The Marshal will protect Hayes but he asking Bat to become a deputy to protect General Sherman in a town full of southern cowboys who hate him.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
John Gallaudet ... Gen. William T. Sherman

Robert Stevenson ... Luke (as Robert J. Stevenson)
Michael Whalen ... Marshal
William Joyce ... Drew
Darlene Fields ... Cherry
Frank J. Scannell ... Piano Player (scenes deleted)

Kenne Duncan ... Newspaper Reporter
Charles Crafts ... Bartender (as Charlie Craft)
Harvey B. Dunn ... Mayor
Joseph Hamilton ... President Rutherford B. Hayes (as Joe Hamilton)
Phyllis Coghlan ... Mrs. Hayes - President's Wife
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Allen Jaffe ... Belligerent Drunk (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Piano Player (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Trail Pirate

31 December 1958
Bat recommends himself to be a wagon guide to cross the desert after a wagon guide is brought in dead with bullets in him. Three wagon trains have been lost that summer to a trail pirate. The woman leading the next train doesn't trust Bat.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Gloria Talbott ... Ellen Parish
Barry Atwater ... Egan
Jim Bannon ... Sheriff
Howard Wright ... Trail Outfitter

Hank Patterson ... Prospector
Charles Heard ... Vail (as Charles Macdonald Heard)
Kenneth Alton ... Hyde
Frank Watkins ... Man
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: Double Trouble in Trinidad

7 January 1959
When Bat learns that a man sporting a derby and a cane and claiming to be "Bat Masterson" has set himself up as sheriff of Trinidad, Colorado, he immediately rides there to investigate to protect his name.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Lance Fuller ... Chad Hornsby

Yvette Vickers ... Jessie Simmons
Richard Reeves ... George Swift (as Dick Reeves)

Richard Bakalyan ... Sam Teller

Johnny Silver ... Drummer
Harry Clexx ... Hotel Clerk
John Falvo ... Joe Boggs
David Tyrrell ... Gant Keely
John Baxter ... Rogers - Gold Shipment Guard
Charles Seel ... Barkeep
Robert Lynn ... Transfer Clerk
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Chick Hannan ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Kenny ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: Election Day

14 January 1959
While leading a trail drive, Bat is confronted at a town by a gang who tries to extort money from him before they allow his cattle to pass. Bat refuses to pay and discovers the gang is backed by the mayor he decides to boot from office.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Peter Hansen ... Teddy Wright (as Peter Hanson)
Dan Sheridan ... Joe Rankin

Kasey Rogers ... Kitty Meadows
Gene Roth ... Mayor Oliver Hinton
Vance Skarstedt ... Sheriff
Ken Christy ... Morgan
Craig Duncan ... Henchman
Quintin Sondergaard ... Henchman (as Quenton Sondergaard)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Larry Darr ... Citizens Committee Member (uncredited)
Signe Hack ... Townswoman (uncredited)
Hank Mann ... Townsman (uncredited)
George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Citizen's Committee Member (uncredited)
Harry Wilson ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: One Bullet from Broken Bow

21 January 1959
Pawnee renegade Stone Calf and his braves have taken two white girls captive in a raid. The Army is leaving to back up Custer so Bat is asked to rescue the sisters. He reluctantly agrees to do it when his female friends pressures him.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

H.M. Wynant ... Stone Calf
Joan O'Brien ... Dolores Clark
Donna Martell ... Barbara Rafferty
Charles Maxwell ... General Phil Sheridan
Robert Shield ... Captain Dayton (as Bob Shield)
Susan Whitney ... Lori Rafferty
Walter Kray ... Indian
Jonathan Kidd ... Bartender (as John Kidd)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Robert Conrad ... Juanito (uncredited)

Allen Jaffe ... Indian Guard (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: A Personal Matter

28 January 1959
Outlaw Bailey Harper steals Bat's horse, gun and money. Bailey laughs when Bat tells him he'll get all of his property back. He tells the gambler that no one will help him. Bat's plan is to court Bailey's girl and force Bailey to find him.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Alan Hale Jr. ... Bailey Harper (as Alan Hale)
Peggy Knudsen ... Louisa Carey
Raymond Hatton ... Adam Fairbanks, Gunsmith

Don Eitner ... Stagecoach Driver
Robert Lynn ... Inn Clerk

Dennis Moore ... Tim Clovis
Tom London ... Sheriff
Pierce Lyden ... Blacksmith
Billy Dix ... Henchman
Wes Hudman ... Henchman in Dark hat
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: License to Cheat

4 February 1959
Bat sees a poker game break up when a player accuses the dealer of cheating. Bat learns that all the games in town are rigged with the Sheriff collecting a payoff so Bat tries to start an honest game but he is jailed and banned from cards.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Douglas Kennedy ... Sheriff Jeb Crater

Allison Hayes ... Ellie Winters
William Phipps ... Ken Wills
Brett King ... Hub Elliott
James Winslow ... Stan Larson
Frank J. Scannell ... Sandy (as Frank Scannell)
Jean Paul King ... Curly - bartender
Moody Blanchard ... Red
Joel Riordan ... Chuck
Andy Albin ... Eddie
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Sharpshooter

11 February 1959
A casino owner hires a marksman with money problems to kill Bat to whom he is deeply in debt. When the man's pregnant wife convinces him to renege on the agreement, the casino owner hires two hard cases to force the confrontation.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Conrad Nagel ... Harry Varden
Paul Dubov ... Danny Dowling
Lisa Gaye ... Lori Dowling / Lori La Rue
Harry Fleer ... Darby Cole
Anne Dore ... Jezebel
Frank Kreig ... Drunk
Ron Gorton ... Luke Fischer
Tom Montgomery ... Fred - Varden's Dealer
John Moloney ... Ed - 2nd card dealer (as John Maloney)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Chet Brandenburg ... Barfly / Show Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: River Boat

18 February 1959
A gang of river pirates take over the paddle-wheeler Dakota Queen and relieve the passengers of jewels and furs and Bat of $10,000. Bat uses a barrel of rare cheeses to trap the gang's gluttonous leader to recover the items.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Jacques Aubuchon ... King Henry
Patricia Powell ... Nora Henderson
Walter Barnes ... Paulson
Clark Howat ... Murdoch

Brett Halsey ... Kyle Henderson
Bob Jellison ... Mr. Perry
Lee J. Winters ... Thatcher (as Lee Winters)
Robert Nash ... Captain

Byron Morrow ... McCabe
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: Battle of the Pass

25 February 1959
When an old railroad boss refuses to pay Bat the salary owed him, Bat decides to work for his competitor. Both men are racing to build a railroad through a canyon. Although behind, Bat has an idea on how to win the race for the canyon.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Wayne Morris ... Mace Pomeroy

Will Wright ... Billy Willow
Roy Engel ... Maloney
Emile Meyer ... Gen. Zachary Moran
Leo Needham ... Bartender
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Railroad Worker (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Railroad Worker (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: Marked Deck

11 March 1959
Bat is cheated at cards by a town boss with the cooperation of the local sheriff. When he meets a brother and sister who were cheated in a land swindle, they three plot to get their money back and bring the crook to justice.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Denver Pyle ... Dan Morgan

Cathy Downs ... Amelia Roberts

Phil Chambers ... Sheriff
Richard Emory ... William Roberts
Tom McKee ... Derelict

Ed Nelson ... Jedrow
Ollie O'Toole ... Rinehart
Charles Boaz ... Taggert
George Offerman Jr. ... Dealer (as George Offerman)
Leake Bevil ... Johnny - Bartender
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Ethan Laidlaw ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: Incident in Leadville

18 March 1959
Bat rides to Leadville, Colorado to confront an editor that wrote an article describing him as one of the West's most ruthless gunfighters. The editor learns of Bat's true nature when he defends the paper against a crooked civic leader.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Kathleen Crowley ... Jo Hart

Edward Platt ... Roy Evens
John Cliff ... Jess Santola

Jack Lambert ... King Fisher
Jonathan Hole ... Mart - Barfly
Helen Jay ... Jennie - Dress Shop Proprietor
John Moloney ... Hotel Clerk
Terry Rangno ... Danny - Newspaper Boy
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: The Tumbleweed Wagon

25 March 1959
Bat agrees to escort a murder suspect to trial, but he escapes with the help of his girl friend. Bat decides to take the woman to Fort Smith to stand trial for jail-breaking with the hope that he might capture the suspect along the way.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Fay Spain ... Julie Poe
Paul Lambert ... Luke Steiger

John Carradine ... Sheriff Vince Morgan
Noel Drayton ... Guitarist
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: Brunette Bombshell

1 April 1959
Bat buys a boxing club in Denver. When he arrives he sees that the police have posted "Property Condemned" signs on his building. He soon discovers that the town councilors have plans to raze his gym and erect a casino on the spot.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Gene Nelson ... Police Commissioner Whit Morrison
Rebecca Welles ... Isabel Fowler
Charles Fredericks ... Marty - Boxing Trainer
George Eldredge ... Mayor Monroe Fowler
Dan Riss ... Fire Commissioner Ross
Jack Mann ... Health Commissioner Clint
Bru Danger ... Policeman

Guy Teague ... Fred
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Larry Darr ... Shooter on Roof (uncredited)
Bob Whitney ... Policeman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: Deadline

8 April 1959
Two gunmen steal the horses from the stagecoach in which Bat and Lorna Adams are riding. Bat trades his cane for a horse so Lorna can get to Austin to present evidence that will save a man from the gallows but the thieves have other ideas.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Ken Lynch ... Tim Minto

Harry Dean Stanton ... Jay Simms (as Dean Stanton)

Eve Brent ... Lorna Adams

Ralph Moody ... Indian Chief
Nick Nicholl ... Stagecoach Driver (as Nick Nickoll)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: Man of Action

22 April 1959
Bat follows his favorite tailor to a New Mexico town to order custom made suits. Bat's order is put on hold when the crooked casino owner orders the tailor, a town-leader, kidnapped before he can organize a town counsel to fight his gang.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Harold J. Stone ... Jess Hobart
Joan Elan ... Deborah Jenkins
Gavin Muir ... Oliver Jenkins
Mickey Simpson ... Jim the Blacksmith
Mike Ragan ... 'Tip-Toe' Mallory
Terry Frost ... Townsman with Black Mustache
George Barrows ... Stocky Henchman
Val Benedict ... Henchman #1
Larry Darr ... Henchman at Gate
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: A Matter of Honor

29 April 1959
On his way to build a gambling casino in a boomtown, Bat is confronted by an inept robber - an Austrian nobleman who has been cheated at a crooked saloonkeeper's roulette table who is in love with a dance hall girl.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Paula Raymond ... Millie Wilkins

John Vivyan ... Chip Grimes
Stephen Bekassy ... Anton von Landi
Kenneth MacDonald ... Tack Colby
Morris Ankrum ... Judge Dorset
Keith Richards ... Sheriff Atkins
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 28: Lottery of Death

13 May 1959
During a high stakes poker game Bat agrees to accept one-half of a lottery ticket as payment for a gambling IOU. His trouble starts when his ticket is declared the winner but the other owner is found dead without the half of the ticket.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
John Sutton ... Andrew Stafford
Constance Ford ... Gwen Parsons
Myron Healey ... Jack Latigo

Warren Oates ... Sonny Parsons
Len Hendry ... Manager
Jack Lester ... Freddie - Bartender
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 29: The Death of Bat Masterson

20 May 1959
Bat returns to the small mining town Bonanza, Colorado to withdraw his earnings from a cattle drive. He discovers he is dead and buried and his "widow" has probated his will and withdrawn the entire $20,000 from his account.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Claude Akins ... Jack Fontana

Ruta Lee ... Nellie Fontana
Willard Waterman ... Bank Manager

Cliff Edwards ... A.J. Mulcaney, Undertaker
Sam Buffington ... Judge D. B. Hodie
George Cisar ... Sheriff
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 30: The Secret Is Death

27 May 1959
Bat is undercover to break up a gang of highly respected businessmen in Cheyenne. He has to work himself into their group to be the fall guy. His task becomes dangerous when the only man who knows of his assignment dies of a heart attack.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
John Larch ... Garrickson

Allison Hayes ... Ellie Winters

George N. Neise ... Hillary Calhoun (as George Neise)
Joel Ashley ... Sam Grovenor
William Boyett ... Grimm - Slender Bodyguard
Troy Melton ... Government Agent
Mel A. Bishop ... Henchman (as Mel Bishop)
Tom Vize ... Stocky Bodyguard (as Tommy Vize)
Larry Darr ... Bank Robber #1
Paul Kruger ... Greeter at Cheyenne Club
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
George DeNormand ... White Haired Teller (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Bank Robber #2 (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 31: Promised Land

10 June 1959
Bat is kidnapped and asked to become the bank president in a town consisting entirely of former outlaws, because the former crooks don't trust each other. He is to keep the money safe while a blonde beauty handles the books.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Gerald Mohr ... Courtney Shepherd
Carol Ohmart ... Linda Beaudine
Arthur Space ... Doc Ferguson
Cal Tinney ... U.S. Marshal

Rance Howard ... Fletcher
John Thye ... Spade
Bill Walker ... Hearse Driver
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 32: The Conspiracy: Part 1

17 June 1959
Bat is asked by a woman to prevent a false story from being printed in a Cheyenne newspaper supposedly written by John Surratt, one of John Wilkes Booth's confederates for the Lincoln assassination. She says her uncle is dead.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Diane Brewster ... Lynn Harrison

Paul Richards ... Ned Ruggles
Arthur Shields ... Dana Ruggles
Jerome Cowan ... Jasper Salt

Ted de Corsia ... John Watson, Bartender

John Hart ... Wilson

Roydon Clark ... Handy
Charles Webster ... Imposter in plaid shirt & light hat (as Chuck Webster)
Harry Arnie ... Short Imposter
Charlie Crafts ... Imposter in dark coat & hat
Leon Alton ... Greeter at Club
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
John Breen ... Club Member (uncredited)
Jack Clinton ... Club Member (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Barfly (uncredited)
Ethan Laidlaw ... Imposter (uncredited)
Sol Murgi ... Waiter (uncredited)
Ray Spiker ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 33: The Conspiracy: Part 2

24 June 1959
Bat discovers that a bartender serves as John Surratt in order to sell a scandalous story to the local newspaper. After Bat learns the truth, the bartender is found dead and the gambler is blamed for the murder.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Diane Brewster ... Lynn Harrison / Lynn Surratt

Paul Richards ... Ned Ruggles
Arthur Shields ... Dana Ruggles
Jerome Cowan ... Jasper Salt

Willis Bouchey ... Marshal

Ted de Corsia ... John Watson, Bartender

John Hart ... Wilson

Roydon Clark ... Handy
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 34: The Black Pearls

1 July 1959
Bat is hired to join a man in jail to gain his confidence and help him escape. The hope is the man will lead Bat to a string of black pearls he stole a train's express box. Bat's job is complicated when the man's sister shows up.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

James Coburn ... Poke Otis

Jacqueline Scott ... Carol Otis
Gerald Milton ... Sheriff Carvey
Emile Meyer ... Gen. Zachary Moran
Jack Hogan ... Jack - Henchman
Carlos Romero ... Dale - Henchman
Wayne Mallory ... Deputy
Sid Cassel ... George - Chef
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Tom London ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 35: The Desert Ship

15 July 1959
Two Dutch treasure hunters search for a legendary Spanish galleon that sank in the Colorado River. Bat attempts to rescue the unwary pair from a desert sandstorm and two crooks who are out to steal the jewels if the ship is found.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Karen Steele ... Elsa Dorn

John Wengraf ... Colonel Anders Dorn

Jack Kruschen ... Ben Tarko

Michael Forest ... Les Wilkins (as Michael Forrest)
George Eldredge ... Doctor
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 36: The Romany Knives

22 July 1959
After Bat rescues an old gypsy from a brutal rancher, the old man offers him many valuable gifts, including a beautiful girl. When Bat learns she is not a gypsy but found near a wagon train massacred by Indians, he decides to take her.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Ray Danton ... Tonio

Frank Silvera ... Grasia
Chana Eden ... Leda
Robert Carricart ... Mitgar
Eve Cotton ... Emma Colton
Paul Sorensen ... Man Arguing With Grasia (as Paul Sorenson)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 37: Buffalo Kill

29 July 1959
Bat agrees to substitute for a bully as the leader of a party of buffalo hunters into Indian territory, but the man he supplanted stirs up trouble by killing a Sioux Indian brave and framing Bat for the murder.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

John Doucette ... Luke Simes
Lisa Gaye ... Susan Carver
Tom Greenway ... Charlie
Dehl Berti ... Chief Kiomi
Ted Jacques ... J.J. Carver

Eddie Little Sky ... Indian Brave (as Eddie 'Little' Sky)
Joe Guardino ... Willie (as Joseph Guardino)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Dude (uncredited)

Season 2

Season 2, Episode 1: To the Manner Born

1 October 1959
An old friend asks Bat to San Francisco to look into the background of her daughter's fiancée which is a cousin. Bat learns she is a frequent visitor at a casino where she seems to win but her fiancée seems to lose - even his life.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Myron Healey ... Colonel Marc James

Audrey Dalton ... Abby Chancellor
Jack Hogan ... Stuart Chancellor
Ernestine Barrier ... Mrs. Dwight Chancellor
David Thursby ... Captain Larkin

James Hong ... Ching Sun
Marie Tsien ... Dealer
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Wanted: Dead

15 October 1959
Bat seeks to collect a loan given to a reformed gunman who is now a rancher. In order to get his money he must save the man from a trigger-happy sheriff who believes the man is guilty of murder due to a witness's story.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

John Dehner ... Sheriff

Bethel Leslie ... Mildred Conrad
Don Kennedy ... Fred Sanders
John Archer ... Jim

Dabbs Greer ... Will

Dennis Moore ... Tom
John Moloney ... Posse Member
Wayne Burson ... Posse Member
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: No Funeral for Thorn

22 October 1959
Bat races to the bedside of a dying friend, only to discover the man is quite well and needs Bat's help in his quest to relocate the Stone County seat from Bundy to Sapphira. However, the other gunmen brought in have a bigger idea.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Elisha Cook Jr. ... Thorn Loomis (as Elisha Cook)

Ray Teal ... Virgil Gardiner

Joi Lansing ... Sapphira Gardiner
Dehl Berti ... Tobe Pruitt
John Cliff ... Sheriff Cal Bundy
Charles Webster ... Hollis Hamilton (as Chuck Webster)
Wayne Burson ... Jake Trumbull
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Herschel Graham ... Townsman (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Cardplayer (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Townsman (uncredited)
Mike Lally ... First Bartender (uncredited)
Troy Melton ... The Wichita Kid (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Barfly (uncredited)
Buddy Roosevelt ... Townsman (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Townsman (uncredited)
Rusty Wescoatt ... Kickapoo Smith (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Shakedown at St. Joe

29 October 1959
While visiting St. Joseph, Missouri to see his former girlfriend, an up-and-coming soprano, Bat comes to the aid of a businessman who refuses to pay protection money but finds himself accused of being an enforcer for the racket.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Bruce Gordon ... Jason Medford
Joan O'Brien ... Dora Miller
Harvey Stephens ... Judge Thatcher
House Peters Jr. ... Marshal

Frank Wilcox ... Tobias Manning
Frank Warren ... Edgar
Joe Guardino ... Usher
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Bess Flowers ... Mrs. Thatcher (uncredited)
Herschel Graham ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Cowboy Exiting Courtroom (uncredited)
Bert Stevens ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Carriage Driver (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Audience Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Lady Luck

5 November 1959
Bat's stake is stolen to force him to work for a crooked casino owner. When he refuses, events lead Bat to come to the aid of two beautiful women who are being blackmailed by the owner of Sacramento's largest casino, "The Lady Luck".

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Don Haggerty ... Jess Porter
Pamela Duncan ... Rachel Lowery

Dyan Cannon ... Mary Lowery (as Diane Cannon)
Charles Maxwell ... Ron Davis
Ken Drake ... Sheriff
Harry Woods ... Morgan
Robert Tetrick ... Dave Pole
Lee Sands ... Dealer
Dick Bernie ... Hotel Clerk
Quintin Sondergaard ... Ward (as Quentin Sondergaard)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Casino Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Who'll Bury My Violence?

12 November 1959
When Bat buys a derby hat in a small Missouri town he is aghast at the price. Learning that a freight line owner forces shopkeepers to use only his line to ship their supplies from the river, Bat decides to break his monopoly.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Joanna Moore ... Sharon Stabler

Mort Mills ... Barney Kaster
Sam Buffington ... Captain Fogarty
Willard Waterman ... Town Merchant
Arthur Lovejoy ... Railroad Executive Crenshaw
Charles Buck ... Jumbo
Bill Catching ... Higgins
John Parks ... Stage Driver
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Captain Taking Ticket (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Dead Men Don't Pay Debts

19 November 1959
When Bat learns that the two thousand dollars the Bassett brothers owe him is in jeopardy because of the shooting feud between the Bassetts and the Clements, Bat decides to intervene to protect his investment.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Robert J. Wilke ... Rod Clements
Jack Ging ... Clark Bassett
June Blair ... Louise Clements
Steven Terrell ... Hal Clements (as Steve Terrell)
Buck Young ... Bill Bassett
Jeremy Slate ... Bob Clements
Eve Cotton ... Jane Wilkens
Diana Darrin ... Joan
Jack Lester ... Cowboy with Warning
Robert Swan ... Jim - House Manager (as Bob Swan)
Jerome Loden ... Cowboy at Camp
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Bill Coontz ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Waclaw Rekwart ... Saloon Worker (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: Death and Taxes

26 November 1959
When an honest man is elected to be the town sheriff campaigning for fair taxes, the wealthy railroad owner ships his cash out of town to avoid paying his fair share. Bat provides the new sheriff with help to collect the taxes.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Richard Arlen ... John Minor
Susan Cummings ... Lili Napoleon
Don Kennedy ... Sheriff Tim Lockhart
John Holland ... Charming Charlie Griswold
Frank J. Scannell ... Gus (as Frank Scannell)
Fred Catania ... Albert Hastings
Kenneth Alton ... Deputy Ed Lauber (as Ken Alton)
Ken Christy ... Eli
Jack LeMaire ... Detective Shorty Mason
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)
Stuart Holmes ... Casino Patron (uncredited)
Cosmo Sardo ... Dealer (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Passerby (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Bat Plays a Dead Man's Hand

3 December 1959
An unsophisticated miner runs afoul of a town boss and is framed for murder. When the town's lawyers refuse to represent him properly because they fear for their lives, Bat decides to represent the defendant in court himself.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Jan Harrison ... Belle Sims
Guy Prescott ... Phil Hood

Don C. Harvey ... Johnny Mills (as Don Harvey)
Jeff DeBenning ... Prosecutor
Ken Christy ... Attorney Enders
Bruce Wendell ... Judge Scott
Marx Hartman ... Sam
Leake Bevil ... Fred Starr
Bud Osborne ... Allie Love
Stanley Erickson (as Stan Erickson)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Garrison Finish

10 December 1959
When General Moran bets a spur of his railroad against a Texas horse ranch that a Kentucky thoroughbred can beat a Texas quarter-horse in a 440 yard sprint, he hires Bat to train his horse to win the wager.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Frankie Darro ... Edward 'Snapper' Garrison
Emile Meyer ... Gen. Zachary Moran
Britt Lomond ... Latimer
John Gallaudet ... Col. Pierce
Jack Haddock ... Henchman
Lynn Cartwright ... Ruby Red
Frank Watkins ... Cowboy
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
John Breen ... Bartender (uncredited)
Al Haskell ... Barfly (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Wally West ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: The Canvas and the Cane

17 December 1959
Bat is convinced that a painting purchased by a beautiful friend is a forgery since the original burned. He tries to prove the painting is fake but finds himself on the wrong side of a bet and framed for the murder of a renown art critic.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
John Sutton ... Orrin Thackeray

Jacqueline Scott ... Teresa Renault
Dean Harens ... Sheriff
Jack Reitzen ... Clyde
Patrick Whyte ... Willard Quentin
Bill Walker ... Hotel guest
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Jack Kenny ... Prospector (uncredited)
Mathew McCue ... Townsman (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: The Inner Circle

31 December 1959
When threaten by anti-suffrage leaders, Bat decides to help a group of women campaigning for women's suffrage in Wyoming fight a cabal of wealthy ranchers who wish to prevent women from getting the vote fearing homesteaders.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Marcia Henderson ... Susan Stevens
Jean Willes ... Grace Williams
Phillip Baird ... John Scott Powers

Frank Ferguson ... Old Billy North

Jack Kruschen ... Patch Finley
Don Ross ... Amos Bentley
Charlene Glazer ... Suffragette
Sherwood Keith ... Lewis
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Chet Brandenburg ... Townsman (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Townsman (uncredited)
Paul Kruger ... Doorman (uncredited)
Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman (uncredited)
Bert Stevens ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: The Pied Piper of Dodge City

7 January 1960
Bat is asked to take half interest in the Long Branch Saloon to help make it profitable. He does so by hiring a female piano player but a crooked mayor and Marshal force him to create the Dodge City Peace Commission to clean up the town.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Don 'Red' Barry ... Luke Short (as Donald Barry)
Ron Hayes ... Wyatt Earp
King Calder ... Mayor Dan Webber
Evan MacNeil ... Dolly McGregor
Milton Frome ... Kansas Governor
William Boyett ... Marshal
Charlie Crafts ... Telegrapher
Tom Montgomery ... Charles E. Bassett
Robert Swan ... William H. 'Bill' Harris (as Bob Swan)
Matt Pelto ... Nervous Neal Brown
Mel A. Bishop ... Deputy (as Mel Bishop)
Emile Avery ... Deputy (uncredited)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Ray Jones ... Gambler (uncredited)
Donald Kerr ... Photographer (uncredited)
Mike Lally ... Bartender (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Deputy (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: A Picture of Death

14 January 1960
When Hugh Blaine bets $50,000 that all four hooves of a racehorse are off the ground at once, he agrees to pay Bat 10% of the bet to supply proof. Bat hires a man to take photographs of the trotter in action, but the pictures are stolen.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Donald Woods ... Roger Purcell

Patricia Donahue ... Billie Tuesday
Howard Petrie ... Hugh Blaine

John Hart ... Jacobs
Perry Cook ... Casey

Dennis Moore ... Sheriff
Pierre Watkin ... Judge Smith

Allen Jaffe ... Coleman
Charles Calvert ... Judge Morse
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: Pigeon and Hawk

21 January 1960
When two speculators try to corner the stock market by sending former Pony Express riders racing from the mining towns to Denver with the latest information, Bat helps his friend counter the move with by sending news by carrier pigeon.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Lisa Montell ... Selena Thorn
Howard Petrie ... Hugh Blaine
Hugh Sanders ... Lee Baxter

Rand Brooks ... Willard Wynant
Mickey Simpson ... Eric
Jack Harris ... David - Blaine's Secretary
Tom London ... Carpenter
Ralph Helfer ... Roberts (as Ralph Halfer)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Rodeo Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Flume to the Mother Lode

28 January 1960
Bat and his partners fleece an unscrupulous businessman out of half the profits in a gold mine. He exacts revenge by buying up the timber they need to shore up the mine walls, then tries to kill the men with an explosion in the mine.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Paul Lambert ... Charles Hamilton
Jerome Cowan ... Ben Wilson
Miranda Jones ... Nancy Wilkerson
Stephen Bekassy ... Emile Barole
Bobby Hall ... Miller
John Baxter ... Curt
Arnold Daly ... Spencer
Nick Nicholson ... Stock Exchange Agent
Frank Harding ... Will
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Herschel Graham ... Member of Stock Exchange (uncredited)
Chick Hannan ... Miner (uncredited)
Shep Houghton ... Member of Stock Exchange (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ... Member of Stock Exchange (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Member of Stock Exchange (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: Death by the Half Dozen

4 February 1960
A stagecoach carrying Bat and Claire, the local sheriff's fiancée, is robbed and Claire is kidnapped. With the sheriff wounded and out of action, Bat tries to rescue Claire and capture the entire gang of kidnappers by himself.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Willard Waterman ... Mayor Goodwin

Ted de Corsia ... Hank Griswell
Patrick Waltz ... Buck Peters
Norman Sturgis ... Slim Tobey
Dorothy Johnson ... Claire Cantrell
William Vaughan ... Eddie Griswell
Terry Frost ... Tom Kearns
Terry Rangno ... Johnny Kearns
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: Deadly Diamonds

11 February 1960
Bat's friend, Ellie Winters, is hired by promoters selling shares in their diamond mine. Although Ellie is convinced that the mine is legitimate, Bat investigates and discovers the owners are salting the mine with high-grade quartz.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Kenneth Tobey ... Reed Amherst

Allison Hayes ... Ellie Winters
William Tannen ... Charles Graves

William Schallert ... Dr. Harold Dunsmore

Hank Patterson ... Soda Smith
Bill Catching ... Mine Guard
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ... Investor (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: Mr. Fourpaws

18 February 1960
On his way to investigate irregularities in a bank's bookkeeping, Bat encounters a gun fight in which a man is killed by two gunmen. Bat finds himself involved with embezzlers, murderers and a new friend - a thieving dog.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Paula Raymond ... Linda Wills

Gregory Walcott ... Sam Long
Frank Gerstle ... Sheriff
Lasse Hellman ... Brad Pierce (as Les Hellman)
Frank J. Scannell ... Roulette Dealer (as Frank Scannell)

Edmund Cobb ... Joe
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Six Feet of Gold

25 February 1960
Bat spots Lisa Truex in Deadwood who stole $2000 from him. Bat wants to collect but Lisa's boyfriend runs the town. She sells Bat an acre of land she owns that appears to be worthless but Bat finds a way to profit from it if he lives.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

James Coburn ... Leo Talley
Carol Ohmart ... Lisa Truex
Ron Foster ... Toby Dawson (as Ronald Foster)
William Fawcett ... Sheriff
Woody Chambliss ... O'Malley (as Woodrow Chambliss)
Lester Dorr ... Land Office Clerk
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: Cattle and Cane

3 March 1960
Bat receives half of a cane he gave to Jane Taylor and rides to her ranch to investigate. He is forced to choose sides between her family and other ranchers and his old friend, a cattle baron intent on returning to the days of open range.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Brad Dexter ... Dallas Agate
Joyce Taylor ... Jane Taylor

Dan White ... Ben Taylor
Ken Drake ... Colby
Wayne Heffley ... Jeff
K.L. Smith ... Tom
James Nusser ... Isaac (as Jim Nusser)
John Parrish ... Ron Olson
Ted Markland ... Lem Taylor
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Fred Carson ... Agate Henchman (uncredited)
Ted Mapes ... Agate Henchman (uncredited)

Kermit Maynard ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: The Disappearance of Bat Masterson

10 March 1960
Three cowboys trick a magician into helping them rob a bank by taking Bat Masterson's gun "as a joke" before he enters the bank. Bat and the magician team up to recover the loot through the aid of another conjurer's stunt.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Erin O'Brien ... Jeanie Landry

Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Hermann the Great (as Oscar Beregi)
Robert Karnes ... Landry
Chuck Roberson ... Henchman about to be Sawn in Half
Ray Kellogg ... Deputy Sheriff
Doris Fesette ... Magician's Assistant
Jack Williams ... Henchman

Liam Sullivan ... Blackie
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Al Haskell ... Audience Member (uncredited)

'Snub' Pollard ... Audience Member (uncredited)
Charles Soldani ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: The Snare

17 March 1960
Bat travels to Yuma to give away the bride at a wedding but discovers the girl's murdered fiancée on the way there. After telling the bride, he joins the posse sent to bring the suspected killer, the Yaqui Kid, to justice.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Robert Ivers ... Yaqui Kid

Marshall Reed ... Alf Hayman
William Henry ... Sheriff Brady (as Bill Henry)
Henry Rowland ... Naylor, henchman
Yvonne Lime ... Lola White
Ted Jacques ... Horse Renter
Henry Wills ... Stagecoach Driver
Charlotte Knight ... Old Woman on Stagecoach (as Charlott Knight)
Faith Langley ... Miss Todd
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Charles Soldani ... Diner Patron (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: Three Bullets for Bat

24 March 1960
While awaiting a murder trail in which he will be the star witness, Bat visits a Mexican ranch where, he is told, a fortune in jewels awaits. It's a trap, though, set by the defendant's uncle and Bat will face a firing squad at dawn.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Kent Taylor ... John Martin / Gabilan
Suzanne Lloyd ... Linda

Tristram Coffin ... Marshal Roy Dunning (as Tris Coffin)
Miguel Ángel Landa ... Carlos (as Miguel Landa)
Brett King ... Dan Moseley
Stephen Coit ... John La Tour
George Eldredge ... Judge Oliver

Dennis Moore ... Barker
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
John Breen ... Bartender (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: The Reluctant Witness

31 March 1960
When Ellie Winters is framed for murder, she desperately telegraphs Bat for help. He bails her out to help search for a missing witness but he decides to create a second witness and get Wyatt Earp to play her high priced lawyer.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Harry Lauter ... Sheriff Conners

Allison Hayes ... Ellie Winters
Donald Murphy ... Charlie Ryan
Ron Hayes ... Wyatt Earp (as Ronald Hayes)
Charles Reade ... Clerk
Robert Swan ... Sheriff Bassett
George Ross ... Stagecoach Driver
David Perna ... Hub Mason (as Dave Perna)
Charles Bail ... Tod Mason (as Chuck Bail)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Barfly (uncredited)
Bert Stevens ... Poker Player (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: Come Out Fighting

7 April 1960
During a rest stop in Headstone, Texas Bat has a run in with a Judge known for "fine" work. The Judge is up for reelection and Bat has an idea to take advantage of it. The Judge sponsors an exhibition fight and Bat makes a killing.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Rhys Williams ... Malachi Brody
Ken Mayer ... Largo Morgan
Joan Granville ... Belinda Muldoon
Steve Warren ... Paddy Muldoon
Connie Buck ... Lolita
Jean Paul King ... Alistaire Drago
Alex Sharp ... Moose Morgan
Clark Smith ... Telegrapher

Guy Teague ... Prizefight Referee
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Duke Fishman ... Cornerman (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Mike Lally ... Bartender (uncredited)
Hank Mann ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Paul Palmer ... Cornerman (uncredited)
Bob Whitney ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 27: Stage to Nowhere

14 April 1960
After Bat and the stagecoach he is riding is robbed, Bat's plan to catch the gang of stagecoach robbers backfires, when not only the silver bullion the stagecoach was carrying is stolen, but the stagecoach itself disappears.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Constance Ford ... Ivy Dickson
James Seay ... Parker James

Michael Forest ... Noah Gannon
Craig Duncan ... Casey
Bill Catching ... Henchman
William Yip ... Chang
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Stage Guard (uncredited)
Ray Jones ... Man in Saloon (uncredited)
Jack Kenny ... Old Stage Passenger (uncredited)
Hal Taggart ... Townsman (uncredited)
Bill Walker ... Stage Driver (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 28: Incident at Fort Bowie

21 April 1960
The U.S. Cavalry at Fort Bowie contracts with Bat for a herd of 55 horses. When his herd is stolen and his men all killed or wounded, Bat determines to recapture his herd and bring the killers to justice but it requires some trickery.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Will Wright ... Billy Willow

Cathy Downs ... Julie Giles

Robert Stevenson ... Ben Roper (as Robert J. Stevenson)
Tyler McVey ... Colonel Sloan
Dennis O'Flaherty ... Corporal
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Bill Hickman ... Ranch Hand (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 29: Masterson's Arcadia Club

28 April 1960
When Bat meets cowboys on a trail drive, he discovers that a gambler has appropriated his name and set up a casino called "Masterson's Arcadia Club" where all the ranch hands passing through town lose all their money playing crooked games.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
X Brands ... Jeb Mitchell

Kasey Rogers ... Dixie Mayhew
Larry Hudson ... Clark Chisum

Lane Bradford ... Rod Bradbury
Morgan Jones ... Mace Gunnison
Charles Fredericks ... Marshal
Andy Albin ... Stubby
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Robert F. Hoy ... Barkeep (uncredited)
Charles Morton ... Club Patron (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ... Club Patron (uncredited)
Alex Sharp ... Roulette Operator (uncredited)
Rusty Wescoatt ... Henchman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 30: Welcome to Paradise

5 May 1960
While his stage makes a stop, Bat is arrested, charged with possession of a gun and assessed a staggering fine. When Bat learns that the local judge runs the town as a personal fiefdom, he decides to change things when a man faces hanging.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Robert Foulk ... Judge Pete Perkins
Lonnie Blackman ... Elsie Snow (as Lonie Blackman)
Ralph Taeger ... Frank Dexter
Gerald Milton ... John Whelan
James Parnell ... Sheriff Joe Fassett
Charles Reade ... Jeriah Smith
Simon Prescott ... Deputy Al (as Sy Prescott)

Bill Hickman ... Binns
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Fred Carson ... Deputy That is KIlled (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 31: A Grave Situation

12 May 1960
After Bat's good friend and railroad tycoon Hugh Blaine is conned in a complex land and cattle swindle, Blaine hires Bat to get his money back and bring the crooks to justice. However, Bat ends up digging his own grave.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

John Doucette ... Lemuel Carstairs
Howard Petrie ... Hugh Blaine
Lance Fuller ... Powers
Peggy Knudsen ... Katie
Jack Harris ... David

Allen Jaffe ... Harry
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 32: Gold Is Where You Steal It

19 May 1960
When depositing his winnings, Bat and the bank are robbed by a gang of Mexican bandits. Bat tracks the bandits and their double-crossing female accomplice through Spanish-American communities to retrieve his money and the bank's money.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Gloria Castillo ... Rosita Anselm
Carlos Romero ... Juan Torrino / Juan Desoto Incarnacione de la Cruz
Martin Garralaga ... Pio Anselm

Byron Morrow ... Henry Hansen
Rosa Turich ... Anita
Charles Reade ... Bank Teller
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 33: Wanted: Alive Please

26 May 1960
Bat is asked to find how stolen Mexican cattle, many diseased, are entering Texas and mingling with local animals. With the help of the local sheriff he prints a wanted poster which he hopes serve as his introduction to the local rustlers.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

H.M. Wynant ... Benton Foster

Joe Turkel ... Fargo (as Joseph Turkel)

Douglass Dumbrille ... General Taylor Millard

Steve Darrell ... Alec Hudson (as Stevan Darrell)
Diana Crawford ... Renee Hudson
Chuck Couch ... Sheriff
John Verros ... Captain Macia
Jean Paul King ... Doorman
Gary Spencer ... Fargo Gangmember
Tony Stimolo ... Fargo Gangmember
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Buddy Roosevelt ... Cowhand (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 34: The Elusive Baguette

2 June 1960
Bat down and out on his luck is hired as the bodyguard of a beautiful widow. She must wear a fabulously expensive diamond to the Governor's reception that evening but before they can leave the necklace is stolen while Bat is distracted.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Leslie Parrish ... Lucy Carter

Allison Hayes ... Ellie Winters
Don Kelly ... Reed Morgan (as Don O'Kelly)
Stanley Farrar ... Mr. Stacy
Frank Warren ... Sheriff Simpson
Ralph Gary ... Riverboat Captain
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Duke Fishman ... Boat Crew Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 35: The Big Gamble

16 June 1960
When a man Bat staked to search for the Lost Dutchman's Mine disappears, Bat buys a map from a too agreeable bartender and sets off in pursuit. Bat soon learns that his friend is but one of many miners who have recently vanished.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Arch Johnson ... Mr. Smith

Morgan Woodward ... Kana
Heather Ames ... Angelita Smith
Gene Roth ... Barkeep
Evan Thompson ... Steve Fansler
Anthony Dexter ... Allesandro Vallin
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
George DeNormand ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 36: Blood on the Money

23 June 1960
Before Bat's partner in a casino venture is dies, he asks Masterson to deliver his share of the money to his brother on the Mexican border. Bat learns that the man is rumored to lead a gang of rustlers.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Walter Coy ... Andrew Strathmere
Kaye Elhardt ... Eva Rogers
Paul Fierro ... Hidalgo
Page Slattery ... Dane Holloway
Chuck Hayward ... Fugitive in Plaid Shirt

Len Lesser ... Frank Holloway
John Moloney ... Rancher (as John Maloney)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Bill Hickman ... Fugitive in Light Shirt (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 37: Barbary Castle

1 July 1960
An old sea captain has dismantled his clan's Scottish castle and is rebuilding it in San Francisco. A stockholder serves him with a restraining order, claiming he's wasting the business' assets constructing such an extravagant building.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Jay Novello ... Captain Angus MacLeod
Gloria Talbott ... Mary MacLeod
Stewart Bradley ... Tracy Crow (as Stuart Bradley)
Rusty Lane ... Marshal
George Eldredge ... Doctor
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Duke Fishman ... Worker (uncredited)
Joe Ploski ... Worker (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Worker (uncredited)

Season 3

Season 3, Episode 1: Debt of Honor

29 September 1960
Bat grubstakes Cactus Charlie, an elderly prospector searching for a gold strike. Charlie finds gold, all right, the proceeds from a recent robbery and the crooks who buried the loot will stop at nothing to recover their ill-gotten gains.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Edgar Buchanan ... Cactus Charlie

Paul Langton ... Marshal
Don Haggerty ... Gordon Hall
Hal Baylor ... Eli Fisher
Page Slattery ... Marc Branden
Jack Lester ... Eddy
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Law of the Land

6 October 1960
Working again for his friend Hugh Blaine, Bat is hired to investigate the theft of barbed-wire fencing that prevents cattle from climbing onto a railroad's right-of-way. Question is whether Bat wants to tackle the five to one odds.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Barbara Lawrence ... Melanie Haywood
Leo Gordon ... Red Eric Peterson
Howard Petrie ... Hugh Blaine

Ray Teal ... H.G. Cogswell

Allen Jaffe ... Wolff
Buff Brady ... Guard
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Bat Trap

13 October 1960
Midas Creek hires Bat to run their annual shooting contest. The council believe that the local bully will generally do anything in his power to win the contest. When the local gunsmith wins, it's the thug's rifle vs. Bat's pistol.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Lon Chaney Jr. ... Rance Fletcher (as Lon Chaney)
Maggie Pierce ... Amber Mason

Frank Ferguson ... Dick Pierce
Dick Ryan ... Burt Mason
Robin Riley ... Eddie
Jack Ging ... Billy Webb
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Rudy Sooter ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Rage of Princess Ann

20 October 1960
Bat has an interest in a mine in Colorado and discovers its conditions are unsafe, but the general manager is forcing the miners to work in it anyway. He decides to convince the other owners including its pretty namesake to improve safety.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Elaine Stewart ... Ann Eaton
Ron Hayes ... Jeremy French
Gene Roth ... Miner

Bill Hickman ... Topaz
Marx Hartman ... Miner
Paul Lambert ... Augustus Ulbrecht
Fred Aldrich ... Miner (uncredited)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Miner (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 5: The Hunter

27 October 1960
An Englishman has a theory that accuracy is more important in a gunfight than speed or size of the ammunition. When he kills a bully with his specially designed rifled pistol, the Englishman decides he's ready to take on his goal - Bat.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

John Vivyan ... Sir Edward Marion

Sue Randall ... Elizabeth
Mickey Simpson ... Donovan
Brett King ... Johnny Hillman
Gerald Milton ... Middlesworth
Allan Ray ... Winning Poker Player

Season 3, Episode 6: Murder Can Be Dangerous

3 November 1960
When Bat catches his gambling casino partner embezzling money, he kicks the man out, telling him never return unless he brings $25,000 to buy Bat's interest in the business. The partner plans to get control of Bat's half by killing him.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Kathleen Crowley ... Mari Brewster
Tipp McClure ... Shad
Ken Drake ... Secret
Phil Dean ... Henchman
Michael T. Mikler ... Henchman (as Michael Mikler)
Arthur Tenen ... Henchman

Allison Hayes ... Ellie Winters
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Ethan Laidlaw ... Henchman (uncredited)
Mike Lally ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: High Card Loses

10 November 1960
After a bank robbery Bat finds himself broke so he accepts an offer from a friend for a job. When his friend is murdered, Bat agrees to undertake his unfinished business - delivering three mail-order brides to their new husbands.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Joan O'Brien ... Eileen McDermott
Paul Fierro ... Jose Tomas Reilly
Jean Blake Fleming ... Mildred Vaughn (as Jean Blake)

Marshall Reed ... Romer
Francis McDonald ... Winkler (as Francis J. McDonald)
Donald Douglas ... Bank Manager (as Don Douglas)
Leatrice Leigh ... Anna Calder
Ray Ballard ... Clerk
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: Dakota Showdown

17 November 1960
Bat rides to the assistance of his friend, a sheriff, but arrives after the Dakota boys gun him down. The president of the town council asks Bat to step into the office, but Bat decides the job should go to another person.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

James Best ... Danny Dakota

Kasey Rogers ... Francie Wallace
James Seay ... Harry Cassidy
Tom Gilson ... Jocko Dakota
Quintin Sondergaard ... Jeb Dakota (as Quentin Sondergaard)
Lasse Hellman ... Gus Dakota (as Les Hellman)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: The Last of the Night Raiders

24 November 1960
Bat is asked by a woman to help her and her young son escape the deadly Doolin gang who Bat has tangled with before. She wants to return to St. Louis with her son to her parents but her son wants to stay knowing only the gang as family.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Paula Raymond ... Angie Pierce
Don Kelly ... Jim Doolin (as Don O'Kelly)
Eugene Mazzola ... Jimmy (as Eugene Martin)
Steve Mitchell ... Tulsa Jack
William Vaughn ... Arkansas Tom
Harry Clexx ... Stableman
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: Last Stop to Austin

1 December 1960
Bat thinks a young gunfighter might be the son of a man with whom he fought at the Battle of Adobe Wells. He plans to appeal to the governor for a pardon for his crimes because of the unrewarded service of his father.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Jan Merlin ... Kid Jimmy Fresh
Robert Karnes ... Marshal
Charles Fredericks ... Sheriff Ankers
Charles Reade ... Teller
Troy Melton ... Thug
Susan Cummings ... Rona Glyn (as Susan Commings)

Season 3, Episode 11: A Time to Die

15 December 1960
Bat returns to Casper, Wyoming to testify at a murder trial. He learns that all the other witnesses are either dead or are afraid to testify and the father of the man under arrest intends to eliminate the last witness

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Robert Strauss ... Howard C. Smith
William Tannen ... Sheriff Geary
Jackie Searl ... Mr. O'Brien (as Jack Searl)
Art Stewart ... Old Man

Leslie Parrish ... Lisa Anders
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Tom Steele ... Slender Henchman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: Death by Decree

22 December 1960
Bat inherits a casino from an old enemy and soon discovers why. Upon arriving in town, he learns that the casino is $3000 behind in its mortgage payments and the previous owner was killed by the town marshal who owns the mortgage.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Paul Richards ... Marshal Corbett
June Blair ... Constance Whitney

Raymond Bailey ... Justice Bradshaw

Allen Jaffe ... Bolo
Leon Alton ... Banker
Robert F. Simon ... Harrison Whitney
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: The Lady Plays Her Hand

29 December 1960
An eastern gambler playing a "system" breaks the bank at Bat's casino, putting the dapper Masterson out of business. Bat wonders if the "system" didn't have more than a little help from his pretty dealer.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Wanda Hendrix ... Daphne Kaye

William Schallert ... George Winston
Robert Lynn ... Zach
Judith Rawlins ... Elsie
Dave Cameron ... Danny Smith
Tom London ... Pop
Johnny Seven ... Burt Comers
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Ray Jones ... Casino Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: Tempest at Tioga Pass

5 January 1961
When a old miner refuses to allow a road to be built through a high mountain pass he owns, the California Governor asks Bat to intervene. Bat finds the holdout to be an old friend Soda Smith and all is not as the Governor thought.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

George Macready ... Clyde Richards

Hank Patterson ... Warren T. 'Soda' Smith
John Burns ... Hunch
Jack Reitzen ... Motto
Bill Walker ... Stagecoach Driver
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: The Court Martial of Major Mars

11 January 1961
The stagecoach in which Bat Masterson, Major Mars and pretty Lottie Tremaine are traveling is waylaid by a vengeful gang led by an Indian whose family was slain when the Major's men wiped out a village. Bat is forced to defend the Major.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

John Anderson ... Major Liam Mars
Barry Russo ... Magnus (as John Duke)
Glen Gordon ... Jake Sims

Dick Wilson ... Tobias Tinker
Stephen Ellsworth ... Amos Rapp
Sarita Vara ... Tiola
Peggy Knudsen ... Lottie Tremaine
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: The Price of Paradise

19 January 1961
Pat arrives in Paradise, Colorado to collect a gambling debt from a crooked casino owner who doesn't like to pay his debts. He also doesn't like to pay his taxes - until Bat accepts an appointment as the new county tax assessor.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Richard Arlen ... Sheriff Dan Rainey

Dyan Cannon ... Diane Jansen (as Diane Cannon)
Lance Fuller ... Walker Hayes
John Dennis ... Finch
Kenneth MacDonald ... Sam Jansen
Jack Mann ... Tom Talbot
A.G. Vitanza ... Bartender
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Gene Coogan ... Henchman (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Henchman (uncredited)
Tom Steele ... Tall, Slender Henchman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 17: End of the Line

26 January 1961
Bat's lucrative contract to build a railroad in Colorado is in jeopardy. His crew is menaced by natural disasters and then wagon loads of equipment are lost. Just when things it seems things can't get worse, Bat is arrested for murder.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Liam Sullivan ... Dick Jeffers
Joe Sawyer ... (credit only)
Thom Carney ... Captain Scott / Sgt. Russell

Paul Lukather ... Lieutenant
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Denver Pyle ... Walsh (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 18: The Prescott Campaign

2 February 1961
Bat's old friend from Dodge City, Marshal Ben Holt, asks him to help fight a scheme plotted by the power-grabbing land baron General Silas Guild. When he arrives, Bat isn't sure that the Marshal is on the side of law and order.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

John Dehner ... Marshal Ben Holt

Philip Ober ... General Silas Guild
Valerie Allen ... Catherine Guild

Emory Parnell ... Ira Ponder
Wally Vernon ... Bartender
Joseph Crehan ... Thomas Bolland (as Joe Crehan)
Bill Catching ... Ned Logan
Ralph Gary ... Farrell
George Sawaya ... Harry Sutton
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Harry Wilson ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 19: Bullwhacker's Bounty

16 February 1961
Bat's plan to journey to Cheyenne for a big poker game are disrupted when the cavalry escort for a vital load of gunpowder is wiped out and the only men available to drive the wagons to the supply starved Fort Stewart appear unreliable.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Jack Lambert ... Wancho Tully

Will Wright ... Billy Willow
Jan Shepard ... Jody Reese
Rayford Barnes ... Ed Twister
K.L. Smith ... Boone
Ken Christy ... Stationmaster
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 20: A Lesson in Violence

23 February 1961
In response to an urgent telegram offering a large salary, Bat rides to a remote Texas ranch where he is to drive a herd of 2000 cattle to Abilene. As he arrives he finds that the Grant family believes he's a hired killer and pays for it.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Richard Eastham ... Orin Dilts

Allen Jaffe ... Cross
Larry Darr ... Page Grant
Jerry Catron ... John Grant
Al Harvey ... Henchman

Virginia Gregg ... Nora Grant

Season 3, Episode 21: Run for Your Money

2 March 1961
A villainous saloonkeeper plots to take over Bat's bank by preventing the gold bars the bank needs to back its gold certificates from getting through and then provoking a run on the bank by its frightened depositors.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Gerald Mohr ... Crimp Ward
Jan Harrison ... Lori Adams
Carlyle Mitchell ... Theo Stebbins
Robert Swan ... Sheriff Charlie Bassett (as Bob Swan)

Dennis Moore ... Hacker
Harry Woods ... Dr. R. W. Fleming
William Eben Stephens ... Tobe
Tom London ... Eddie
Lasse Hellman ... Sandy (as Les Hellman)
Walt La Rue ... Boomer (as Walt LaRue)
Ray Hamilton ... Terry Bowen

Season 3, Episode 22: Terror on the Trinity

9 March 1961
Bat wins a mining claim in a lottery, but a huge bearded man attacks Bat when he tries to find it. He throws Bat into the Trinity River and Bat floats downriver finding his companion Bob Bradbury dead on the other side of the river.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

William Conrad ... Dick MacIntyre
Mickey Morton ... Tom - Bearded Man
Wally Campo ... Mickey
Billy Wells ... Bob Bradbury

Lisa Lu ... Hsieh-Lin
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 23: Episode in Eden

16 March 1961
When gunslingers employed by Sam Shanks terrorize the small New Mexico town of Eden, Bat is drafted to serve as a special prosecutor when one of Shank's men is to be tried for murder and the expected result is a not guilty verdict.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Bek Nelson ... Martha Yale
Ken Drake ... Ron Daigle

Robert Bice ... Sam Shanks

Dan White ... Sheriff Bart Sloane
Robert Shield ... Ray Platt (as Bob Shield)
Mark Houston ... Whitey Crane
John Parrish ... Frank Jennings
Quintin Sondergaard ... Luke Flamm (as Quentin Sondergaard)
David Halper ... Tommy Platt
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Gary Green ... Kid (uncredited)
Jack Perrin ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 24: The Good and the Bad

23 March 1961
A gang of outlaws tries to take a Medal of Honor from a woman whose husband gave his life for it. Bat offers a $100 in exchange for the medal, but the gunman escapes with Bat's money, cane and the medal of honor with Bat in hot pursuit.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Robert Ivers ... Charley Boy

Jeanette Nolan ... Sister Mary Paul
Anna Navarro ... Teresa Martinez

Grace Lee Whitney ... Louise Talbot
William Eben Stephens ... Outlaw collecting valuables
Hal K. Dawson ... Finnegan
Andrew Thompson ... Passenger

Season 3, Episode 25: No Amnesty for Death

30 March 1961
Bat's riding rescues three men from the gallows - he bears an amnesty for all combatants in the Lincoln County War. The three gunmen soon return to their criminal ways and Bat must help the local marshal hunt down the recently freed men.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

R.G. Armstrong ... Marshal William MacWilliams

DeForest Kelley ... Brock Martin
Betty Barry ... Mrs. Kendall
James Anderson ... Adam Roundtree
Billy Wells ... Dobie
John L. Cason ... Stagecoach Driver (as John Cason)

Robert Blake ... Bill-Bill MacWilliams

Season 3, Episode 26: Ledger of Guilt

6 April 1961
Bat rescues a woman from three men trying to grab her and her carpet bag. The woman tells Bat she and her father were the prisoners of a gang of outlaws who rode with Jesse James and she has the evidence to prove it.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Jean Allison ... Lorna Stevens
Jack Hogan ... Marshal Johnny Dillon
Barry Kelley ... Frank Williams (as Barry Kelly)
Don Wilbanks ... Leith Windsor
True Ellison ... Honey Evans (as Trudy Ellison)
James Nusser ... Elmer (as Jim Nusser)
Robert F. Hoy ... Hyde Pierce (as Bob Hoy)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 27: Meeting at Mimbers

13 April 1961
Several Indian tribes claim that white men are kidnapping their women and children to be sold for slaves or held for ransom. In order to prevent an all-out war with the local tribes, the U.S. Army sends Bat Masterson to investigate.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Don Kelly ... Green River Tom Smith (as Don O'Kelly)
Harry Shannon ... Jobe Crail (as Harry Shanon)
William Challee ... Dr. Edgerton (as Bill Challee)

Warren Oates ... Cat Crail
Brett King ... Free
John Burns ... Jess Crail
Jack Petruzzi ... Telegrapher
Wayne Davidson ... John Corley
Frank Harding ... Sheriff Ralph Wilcox
John Breen ... Townsman (uncredited)
Charles McQuary ... Townsman (uncredited)
Joe Phillips ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 28: Dagger Dance

20 April 1961
A wounded and fainting Bat delivers a message to a Major at Fort Logan ordering the Colonel to skip a meeting with the Indians. However, the Major believing the Colonel is impeding his political career doesn't deliver the message.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Ken Mayer ... Major John Whitsett
Marya Stevens ... Nione
William Tannen ... Doc

Byron Morrow ... Amos Judd
Tom Greenway ... Ben Pick
George Eldredge ... Colonel Downey
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Eddie (uncredited)
Troy Melton ... Trooper With Flag (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 29: The Fourth Man

27 April 1961
Bat rides into town to meet a young friend. He arrives too late - the young man was killed when he accused three wealthy ranchers of cheating at cards and the sheriff refuses to arrest the men responsible for the murder.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

George Kennedy ... Sheriff Zeke Armitage
Dehl Berti ... Gant Barth
Mickey Finn ... Hunk Bass

Audrey Dalton ... Cally Armitage

Kevin Hagen ... Ace Williams
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 30: Dead Man's Claim

4 May 1961
When a new silver strike is made in Monument City, Nevada, Bat returns to the former ghost town to check on his four year old claim and finds two claim jumpers are prepared to shoot first and ask questions later.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Charles Maxwell ... Harvey Mason

Stefanie Powers ... Ann Elkins (as Taffy Paul)
Tyler McVey ... Vernon Ellwood
Frank J. Scannell ... Hecky Henderson (as Frank Scannell)
Craig Duncan ... Clay Adams
Charles Webster ... Judd Elkins (as Chuck Webster)
Nick Nicholson ... Man with Stolen Claim
Ken Tilles ... Drunk Claim Filer
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)
John Close ... Jenkins (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 31: The Marble Slab

11 May 1961
Pinkerton hires Bat to get evidence against a gang that is terrorizing a town. Bat goes undercover as a marble salesman to convince the leader that so prominent a citizen should have a statue in his honor erected in the town square.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Marvin Miller ... John Kelso

Robert Bice ... Bledsoe
Patrick Waltz ... Sheriff McCauley (as Pat Waltz)

Rick Vallin ... Jenks
Paul Sorensen ... Macy (as Paul Sorenson)
Joe Yrigoyen ... Stagecoach Driver
Erin O'Brien ... Marie
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 32: Farmer with a Badge

18 May 1961
Bat is ambushed in the desert by two men, his horse and water stolen. Left to die he is rescued by a farmer who is now the town marshal. Bat is determined to help the young lawman gain confidence in his ability to keep the peace.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

John Agar ... Sam Phelps

Gregory Walcott ... Lou
Jackie Loughery ... Martha Phelps
King Calder ... Dinny Cave
Dehl Berti ... Lank
Ken Drake ... Scratchy
Joe Brown ... Ed
Frank Warren ... Henchman
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 33: The Fatal Garment

25 May 1961
Bat is hired to serve as a bodyguard at Wyatt Earp's El Paso casino, but the two of them can't prevent a robbery which costs Wyatt Earp $13,000 as he won't bank his money. The robbers use a costly shirt as a gift to distract Bat.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson
Ron Hayes ... Wyatt Earp
Lisa Gaye ... Elena

Ed Nelson ... Browder
Lasse Hellman ... Outlaw (as Les Hellman)
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 34: Jeopardy at Jackson Hole

1 June 1961
Bat is called upon by the daughter of an old friend to investigate his murder in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The family runs a freight and stage line there but the drivers are being killed for some reason and the line is nearly bankrupt.

Gene Barry ... Bat Masterson

Larry Pennell ... Cal Beamus
Ron Foster ... Sheriff Buck Simpson
Paul Dubov ... Tom Fulton
Harry Fleer ... Harvey Field
Nick Pawl ... Al Stowe
Joan Tabor ... Kate Gannon
Bill Baldwin ... Narrator (uncredited)

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