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Release Date:
29 September 1960 (USA) See more »
The adventures of a marshal and his young deputies in a section of Oklahoma infested with bandit gangs, gunmen and robbers.
Nominated for Primetime Emmy. See more »
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 (Series Cast Summary - 3 of 106)

Don Collier ... Deputy Marshal Will Foreman / ... (50 episodes, 1960-1962)

Barton MacLane ... Marshal Frank Caine / ... (27 episodes, 1960-1961)

Bruce Yarnell ... Deputy Marshal Chalk Breeson / ... (24 episodes, 1961-1962)

Series Directed by
Walter Doniger (5 episodes, 1960-1961)
Paul Stanley (4 episodes, 1961)
Sobey Martin (3 episodes, 1960-1961)
Jesse Hibbs (2 episodes, 1960-1962)
John Peyser (2 episodes, 1961)
John Florea (2 episodes, 1962)
Series Writing credits
Andy Lewis (9 episodes, 1960-1962)
Carey Wilber (5 episodes, 1960-1962)
Walter Doniger (4 episodes, 1960-1961)
Jack Curtis (3 episodes, 1960-1961)
William D. Gordon (3 episodes, 1961-1962)
David E. Lewis (3 episodes, 1961-1962)
Clair Huffaker (3 episodes, 1961)

Series Produced by
Joseph Dackow .... producer (14 episodes, 1960-1961)
Frank Telford .... executive producer / producer (13 episodes, 1960-1961)
John Banse .... associate producer (11 episodes, 1960-1961)
Sidney Marshall .... associate producer (4 episodes, 1961)
Kent McCray .... associate producer (3 episodes, 1960-1961)
Series Original Music by
Hugo Friedhofer (12 episodes, 1960-1961)
Raoul Kraushaar (2 episodes, 1962)
Nelson Riddle (2 episodes, 1962)

Joseph Hooven (unknown episodes)
Marilyn Hooven (unknown episodes)
Series Cinematography by
Harkness Smith (10 episodes, 1960-1961)
William Margulies (4 episodes, 1961)
Series Film Editing by
Henry Batista (6 episodes, 1960-1961)
Ira Heymann (5 episodes, 1960)
Edward K. Milkis (3 episodes, 1960)
Series Casting by
Jane Murray (12 episodes, 1960-1961)
Jerry Bloom (3 episodes, 1961)
Series Art Direction by
George W. Davis (10 episodes, 1960)
William Ferrari (9 episodes, 1960)
Hal Pereira (5 episodes, 1961)
Eddie Imazu (2 episodes, 1961)
Al Roelofs (2 episodes, 1961)
Series Set Decoration by
Henry Grace (10 episodes, 1960)
Don Greenwood Jr. (9 episodes, 1960)
Sam Comer (5 episodes, 1961)
Claude E. Carpenter (3 episodes, 1961)
Series Makeup Department
Nellie Manley .... hair style supervisor / hair stylist supervisor (5 episodes, 1961)
Wally Westmore .... makeup supervisor (5 episodes, 1961)
Series Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Donald R. Daves .... assistant director (6 episodes, 1960-1961)
Maurice Vaccarino .... assistant director (4 episodes, 1960)
Sheldon Schrager .... assistant director (2 episodes, 1961)
Series Sound Department
Franklin Milton .... recording supervisor (9 episodes, 1960)
Joel Moss .... sound recordist (5 episodes, 1961)
William Brady .... sound recordist (3 episodes, 1961)
Series Stunts
Troy Melton .... stunt double: Don Collier (1 episode, 1961)

George Orrison .... stunts (unknown episodes)
Series Editorial Department
Alex Quiroga .... color coordinator (unknown episodes)
Series Music Department
Hugo Friedhofer .... composer: theme music (6 episodes, 1960-1961)
Series Other crew
Dick Nelson .... story editor (12 episodes, 1960-1961)
Preston Wood .... story editor (2 episodes, 1961)

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Additional Details

60 min (50 episodes)
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Mono (Westrex Recording System)


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5 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Great show, 1 January 2009
Author: rexxous from United States

I vividly remember this show as a kid. It had great music, as noted by others, and had a certain grittiness about it that was compelling. Don Collier had the perfect face for a US Marshal -- tough, weary, cynical, and (occasionally) smiling. That he was not handsome in a typical Hollywood way helped the series. He looked like he'd really just spent the last few days in the saddle on the trail of outlaws. Collier played the role of lawman in a serious and responsible way like all westerns back then, but somehow more realistically. I also remember the show for great shoot-out scenes, usually at the end of the show. TV westerns in the early 60s were going through a brief period of especially graphic shoot-outs, and Outlaws benefited from this. I don't mean blood or screams of pain, of course, but a lot of grazing bullets and fancy gunplay. The bad guys when shot would crash very forcefully through windows behind them, or would flip over the hitching post rail, etc. Great time for stuntmen. Great time to be a kid watching this show. I'd love to see it again.

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