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"The Virginian" (1962) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9
Year: 1962 | 1963 | 1964 | 1965 | 1966 | 1967 | 1968 | 1969 | 1970 | 1971


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Executioners

19 September 1962
although some question his guilt, a man is hanged in Medicine Bow when a woman denies being with him at the time. A stranger with many talents arrives in Medicine Bow taking a job at Shiloh who takes a keen interest in the main players.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Hugh O'Brian ... Paul Taylor

Colleen Dewhurst ... Celia Ames

Pippa Scott ... Molly Wood
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
John Larch ... Sheriff Neil Brady

Richard Bull ... Doctor
Arnold Lessing ... Cowboy Guitarist
Audrey Swanson ... Mother
Tony Maxwell ... Boy
Barry Brooks ... Gravedigger
John Francis ... Onlooker (uncredited)
Jeane Wood ... Woman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Woman from White Wing

26 September 1962
A man at the unfinished White Wing cabin on Shiloh asks Judge Garth to meet him. Garth tells The Virginian the troubled history of his arrival at Shiloh. Barth's future with Betsy is threaten by the man and his desire for revenge.

Season 1, Episode 3: Throw a Long Rope

3 October 1962
The ranchers losing cattle with homesteaders the prime suspects nearly hang an innocent man. The Judge's decision to apply the law of the range to the suspected cattle thieves drives a wedge into the loyalty of his foreman.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Jack Warden ... Jubal Tatum
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

Jacqueline Scott ... Melissa Tatum

John Anderson ... Major Cass
Roger Mobley ... Homer Tatum
Hal Bokar ... Thody

Ted Knight ... Skelly
Lew Brown ... Garretson
Arnold Lessing ... Mickey
Michael James ... Chinook
Charlie Briggs ... Soapy (uncredited)

Richard Bull ... Doc Spence (uncredited)
Lars Hensen ... Lynch Mob Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Big Deal

10 October 1962
Garth has a visitor from South American who inherited a critical piece of property in the middle of Shiloh used to move cattle. When he learns Garth has held back information on it, he decides to put crippling pressure on Garth.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Ricardo Montalban ... Enrique Cuellar

Pippa Scott ... Molly Wood
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Bill Zuckert ... Bernie
Brendan Dillon ... Mr. Bemis
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott
Orville Sherman ... Doctor
Jason Johnson ... Workman
George Cisar ... George
Martin Eric ... Bartender

Dal McKennon ... Lumberyard Owner
Jimmie Booth ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Cuellar Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Ted Mapes ... Barfly (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Cuellar Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Mark Tapscott ... Cowboy in Bed (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: The Brazen Bell

17 October 1962
A timid easterner and his wife arrive in Medicine Bow looking for a job as a teacher. Two escaped convicts come through Medicine Bow taking the new teacher, his wife, and students hostage while The Virginian is the temporary sheriff.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

George C. Scott ... Arthur Lilly

Pippa Scott ... Molly Wood
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Anne Meacham ... Sarah Lilly

Royal Dano ... Dan Molder
John Davis Chandler ... Dog
Robert Stevenson ... Torson (as Robert J. Stevenson)
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott
Kay Stewart ... Mrs. Harper
Justin Smith ... Mr. Lemmiker
Walter Mathews ... Mr. Harper
Lester Maxwell ... Davey Lemmicker
Rick Murray ... Luke
William Challee ... Prisoner (uncredited)
Michael Fox ... Prisoner Guard (uncredited)
Leonard P. Geer ... Prisoner (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Big Day, Great Day

24 October 1962
Over the Fourth of July Garth, Steve and Trampas go to Denver to pickup a bed for Betsy. The bed is burned as Garth meets a friend wrestling in a title match as Steve is infatuated with a girl. Intrigue follows but Garth gets a bed.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Aldo Ray ... Frank Krause
Mickey Shaughnessy ... Muldoon (as Michael Shaughnessy)
Carolyn Kearney ... Maxine

Rosemary Murphy ... Pearl Dodd Krause

Dennis Patrick ... Cappy Donald
Richard Shannon ... Sheriff Ed Wilcox
Dan Sheridan ... Pilbeam
Barry McGuire ... Harry Krause
Robert Patten ... Dr. Blaine
Dorothy Neumann ... Martha
Nolan Leary ... Preacher (uncredited)
Arnold Roberts ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Stoney ... Brawler (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Riff-Raff

7 November 1962
Trampas and Steve decide to join up with Teddy Roosevelt's Ruff Riders. Comedy ensues with the boys wanting to do it their way. The Virginian shows up and among other things shows the easterners how to "play" polo western style.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Ray Danton ... Lt. Steve Hamilton

Pippa Scott ... Molly Wood
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

Don Durant ... Capt. Larry Langhorne

Karl Swenson ... Col. Theodore Roosevelt
Judson Pratt ... Harry

Bing Russell ... Sgt. Eads
Jan Stine ... Eddie
Rod Daniel ... Billy
Tom Hernández ... The Spanish Officer

Hal Needham ... The Man
Rod McGaughy ... Polo Match Spectator (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Polo Match Referee (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: Impasse

14 November 1962
The Virginian and men are capturing wild horses in the mountains for sale to the Army. The Droeger clan claims all horses as theirs even though the law does not recognize the claim. When Kroeger can't drive them out he uses other tactics.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Eddie Albert ... Cal Kroeger
Denise Alexander ... Mildred Kroeger

Jim McMullan ... Jess Kroeger
Robert Colbert ... Miles Kroeger

Tom Skerritt ... Eric Kroeger
William Phipps ... Jock Wheeler
Jerry Summers ... Eddie Milford
Quinn K. Redeker ... Daniel Kroeger (as Quinn Redeker)
Jeff Lerner ... Sam
Jimmy Lee Cook ... Fred
Leonard P. Geer ... Spence
Cecil Combs ... Wrangler (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: It Tolls for Thee

21 November 1962
The Judge believing violence in the west is disappearing creates a riff with The Virginian when he stops a violent fight involving The Virginian. When the Judge is kidnapped, The Virginian goes to his rescue from violent captors anyway.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Lee Marvin ... Martin Kalig

Pippa Scott ... Molly Wood
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

Albert Salmi ... Quinn
Ron Soble ... Mungo
Warren J. Kemmerling ... Sharkey (as Warren Kemmerling)
Michael T. Mikler ... Cord (as Michael Mikler)
Jan Stine ... Eddie
Brendan Dillon ... Mr. Bemis
Sydney Smith ... Drummond

Stuart Nisbet ... Nelson
John Zaremba ... Stone
Francis De Sales ... Larkin (uncredited)
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott (uncredited)
Ted Mapes ... Gang Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: West

28 November 1962
Trampas becomes involved with 3 good old fun loving guys. The four of them meet up with a gang of real bad guys. When Trampas and friends volunteer to go after the bad guys they get an awakening from the townsfolk.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill (credit only)
Steve Cochran ... Jamie Dobbs

Claude Akins ... Lump
Allen Case ... Sheriff Blade

James Brown ... Lucky
Russell Thorson ... Sheriff Stan Evans
Richard Reeves ... Munsy
Raymond Guth ... Klotz
William D. Gordon ... Blench (as William Gordon)
James Anderson ... Otie
Hal Hopper ... Joe
Leo Gordon ... Jack Scratch
Victor Adamson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Emile Avery ... Barfly (uncredited)
Bill Coontz ... Townsman at Shootout (uncredited)

Bill Erwin ... Deputy (uncredited)
Charles Fredericks ... Bartender (uncredited)
Ted Mapes ... Townsman at Shootout (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Townsman (uncredited)
Chick Sheridan ... Townsman on Roof (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Devil's Children

5 December 1962
Tabby McCallum, beautiful but cruel teenage daughter of Tucker McCallum, is banned by the Virginian from Shiloh after she kills a steer by "mistake". With the unwitting help of her fiancé, Dan Flood, Tabby sets off a tragic set of events.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Charles Bickford ... Tucker McCallum
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Burt Brinckerhoff ... Dan Flood
Carl Reindel ... Bruce McCallum
Russell Thorson ... Sheriff Stan Evans
Joan Freeman ... Tabby McCallum

Charles Aidman ... Sam Hicks
Vivi Janiss ... Ivy Flood
Ed Prentiss ... Simon Pingree
Pitt Herbert ... Emmet Delaney
Russ Bender ... Todd

Dan White ... Fox
Maurice Manson ... Judge Hanson
Katherine Squire ... Sophie McCallum
Victor Adamson ... Juror (uncredited)
Jimmie Booth ... Man With Sheriff's Posse (uncredited)
Jan Stine ... Eddie (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: 50 Days to Moose Jaw

12 December 1962
An old cowhand and a "greenhorn" join the Shiloh hands for a cattle drive to Moose Jaw, Canada. The old and young cowhand plan a future of running cattle together. The story culminates with a sheriff looking for one of the 2 new friends.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Brandon De Wilde ... James 'Mike Flynn' Cafferty

James Gregory ... Slim Jessup
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

Frank Overton ... Sam Cafferty

H.M. Wynant ... Dalton Lacey
Harry Swoger ... Squat
Midge Ware ... Regina Lacey
Dennis Cross ... Boyd Lacey

Nesdon Booth ... Come Along
Paul Birch ... Sheriff Halsey

Willis Bouchey ... Henry Mulford
Charlie Briggs ... Hard Pan
Victor Adamson ... Barfly (uncredited)
Danny Borzage ... Barfly (uncredited)
Foxy Callahan ... Angus - Cowhand (uncredited)

Hal Needham ... Brawler (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Charles Seel ... Cafferty Cook (uncredited)
Tom Smith ... Townsman Waiting for Telegraph (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: The Accomplice

19 December 1962
An old maid bank teller who decides it is time to provide for herself identifies Trampas as a bank robber and murder in order to extort $10,000 from the actual thief. The Virginian is the only thing between Trampas and the hangman's noose.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Bette Davis ... Celia Miller
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

Lin McCarthy ... Malcolm Brent
Gene Evans ... Sheriff Luke Donaldson

Woodrow Parfrey ... Joe Darby
Noah Keen ... Samuel Cole
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott
Byron Morrow ... Judge Cornwall
Ken Mayer ... Deputy Clay Friendly
Bryan O'Byrne ... Ned Carlin

Harold Gould ... Prosecutor Tom Finney
Alice Backes ... Coralee Darby

Victor French ... Roy
Tim Graham ... Ezra Peters
Christopher Dark ... Walt Gleason
Victor Adamson ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Jimmie Booth ... Posse Member (uncredited)
Foxy Callahan ... Juror (uncredited)
Bill Coontz ... Barfly (uncredited)

Joe Garcio ... Townsman (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Bartender (uncredited)
Chuck Hamilton ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Chick Hannan ... Juror (uncredited)
Ted Mapes ... Townsman on Hotel Balcony (uncredited)
Frankie Marvin ... Townsman (uncredited)
Billy McCoy ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Charles Morton ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Parker ... Barfly (uncredited)
Arnold Roberts ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Reporter (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Reporter (uncredited)
George Russell ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Clint Sharp ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jerry Summers ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Wally West ... Juror (uncredited)
Bob Woodward ... Posse Member (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 14: The Man from the Sea

26 December 1962
A seaman moving to Wyoming meets twin sisters traveling there with Trampas. When he takes an interest in one of them, she makes a tragic request of him that reveals not only to him but Judge Garth the true nature of the twins relationship.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Carol Lynley ... Judith Morrow

Tom Tryon ... Kevin Doyle

Shirley Knight ... Susan Morrow

Pippa Scott ... Molly Wood
Larry J. Blake ... Fight Manager (as Larry Blake)
Jan Arvan ... Mayor
Russ Whiteman ... Sheriff
John McKee ... Townsman
Curt Barrett ... Train Conductor
Dyke Johnson ... Cowhand

Dick Wilson ... Bartender
Victor Adamson ... Barfly (uncredited)
Chick Hannan ... Barfly in Black Cowboy Hat (uncredited)
Ethan Laidlaw ... Shooting Contestant (uncredited)
Ted Mapes ... Barfly (uncredited)
Joe Ploski ... Townsman (uncredited)
Arnold Roberts ... Shooting Contestant (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Duel at Shiloh

2 January 1963
At a friend's grave Steve recalls how the man helped him survive his arrival at Medicine Bow and train him as a cowboy and proficient with guns. Sadly, the man's unwillingness to adapt with to the times pushed Steve to his life at Shiloh.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Brian Keith ... Johnny Wade
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Geraldine Brooks ... Georgia Price

Ben Johnson ... Spinner

DeForest Kelley ... Ben Tully
Russell Thorson ... Sheriff Tybee
Mort Mills ... Deputy Bender
Roy Engel ... Loomis
Perry Cook ... Cook
John Daheim ... Brakeman (as John Day)
Lew Brown ... Dowdy
Richard Garland ... Texan
Frank Sully ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Max Wagner ... Train Bum (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: The Exiles

9 January 1963
While trying to find a man to clear the Judge of a murder charge, The Virginian travels to Montana where he becomes involved with a singer who finds herself with her own problems. They are able to help each other solve their problems.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Tammy Grimes ... Angela 'Angie' Clarke

Ed Nelson ... Ralph Slocum
Brad Weston ... Fred Daly

Ken Lynch ... Sheriff Tony Morino

Frank Cady ... Mr. Hardy
Herbert Rudley ... Mark Gates
Addison Richards ... Morrison

Stafford Repp ... Bartender Hugh
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott
Allyson Ames ... Vivian Gates
Herb Vigran ... Drummer
Ben Wright ... Hotel Clerk Moore
Emile Avery ... Train Passenger (uncredited)
Bill Coontz ... Barfly (uncredited)
Francis De Sales ... (uncredited)
Frank Ellis ... Barfy (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Barfly (uncredited)
Chuck Hamilton ... Waiter (uncredited)
Chick Hannan ... Barfly (uncredited)
Don C. Harvey ... Blacksmith (uncredited)
Billy McCoy ... Barfly (uncredited)
Mathew McCue ... Barfly (uncredited)
Joe Ploski ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Conductor (uncredited)
Sailor Vincent ... Barfly (uncredited)
Max Wagner ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 17: The Judgment

16 January 1963
Garth recalls his early days as a judge in Medicine Bow in one particularly dangerous murder case. The family of the man convicted tries to intimidate the residents into having Garth overturn the conviction putting him a lonely position.

James Drury ... The Virginian (credit only)

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill (credit only)

Clu Gulager ... Jake Carewe

Patricia Barry ... Alice Finley
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

John Kerr ... Oliver Smith
David McLean ... Burt Adams
Gilbert Green ... Mercer
Patrick McVey ... Clyde Carey

Regis Toomey ... Joseph Denton

John Litel ... Finley
Conlan Carter ... Lennie Carewe
Steve Darrell ... Johnson (as Steven Darrell)
Steve Harris ... Billy Carewe
Harlan Warde ... Hotel Owner
George Wallace ... Wilkie Carewe
Charles Wagenheim ... Piney
Walter Woolf King ... Doctor
Robert Anderson ... Harvey Carewe
Lillian Bronson ... Mrs. McCleary
Chris Alcaide ... Cowhand
Wilton Graff ... Arnold Tucker
Mark Tapscott ... Hartley
Michael Keith ... Williams
Tom McBride ... Minister (as Thomas McBride)
Cecil Combs ... Townsman (uncredited)
Chuck Hamilton ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Cherokee Landrum ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 18: Say Goodbye to All That

23 January 1963
A bear brings to the surface the lack of respect a father has for his son. When the father is paralyzed in a fight with Trampas, he goads the son into fighting a duel with Trampas for revenge. Trampas doesn't want it but can't ignore it.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Fabian ... Martin Beldon
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

Charles McGraw ... Big John Beldon

Royal Dano ... Faraway MacPhail
Robert Brubaker ... Charlie Trent
Roy Engel ... Barney Wilkins

Paul Langton ... Bartlett
Robert Christopher ... Rick
James Beck ... Hank
John Bryant ... Doc Spaulding
Howard Wright ... Coozie

Meg Wyllie ... Sarah Beldon
Katherine Crawford ... Alice Lawford
Jimmie Booth ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Chick Hannan ... Cowhand in Black Hat (uncredited)
Arnold Roberts ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Townsman at Dance (uncredited)
Howard Wendell ... Cook (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: The Man Who Couldn't Die

30 January 1963
Garth trails a woman to San Francisco who he believes is part of a con game involving a railroad deal. Garth kills a man who he believes to be a part of it. However, when no body can be found, he and others start to question his sanity.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Vera Miles ... Miss Wallace
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Jeff Morrow ... William Bradford

David White ... Paul J. Willson
Walter Brooke ... Lt. Paul Kenner
Pat McCaffrie ... Tom Rodell

James Doohan ... George Mitchell
Brendan Dillon ... Mr. Bemis
E.J. André ... Alex
Max Slaten ... Cab Driver
Ann Loos ... Kitty Rodell (as Anne Loos)
Ollie O'Toole ... Station Master
Jimmie Booth ... Buggy Driver (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 20: If You Have Tears

13 February 1963
A friend has been framed for the murder of a woman's husband in Montana. The Virginian and Trampas go there to investigate the charge as they believe their friend who says he is innocent even though he is known to them as a womanizer.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill (credit only)

Dana Wynter ... Leona Kelland
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

Robert Vaughn ... Simon Clain

Phyllis Avery ... Martha Clain
Gene Lyons ... Sheriff Jonathan Ballard
Britt Lomond ... Kyle Lawson
John Milford ... Deputy Perry Allen
Frank Ferguson ... Tom Dunston
Tol Avery ... Coroner
Stacy Harris ... Gambler
Guy Wilkerson ... Old Timer
Frances Morris ... Mrs. Hafenkamp

Nancy Sinatra ... Cary
Jeanne Evans ... Waitress
Victor Adamson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Frank Ellis ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Juror (uncredited)
Chick Hannan ... Townsman (uncredited)
Ralph Manza ... Barber (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Barfly (uncredited)
Bill McLean ... Bartender (uncredited)
Arnold Roberts ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)
Harry Wilson ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 21: The Small Parade

20 February 1963
The Virginian, Trampas. and Steve help a vegetarian with a chimp who is framed for murder and a single woman with a group of orphans. Although they start trying to adopt out the kids, they soon become match makers for the couple and kids.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

David Wayne ... Martin Reese

Barbara Barrie ... Ellen Beecher

R.G. Armstrong ... Ben Winters
George Brenlin ... Lembeck
Ford Rainey ... Sheriff Sam Roebuck

J. Pat O'Malley ... Charlie Dell

Morgan Woodward ... Jack Bandon

Dal McKennon ... Art Meadows
Roy Barcroft ... Bill Goforth
Alan Dexter ... George Jensen

John Banner ... Gus Schultz
Claudia Bryar ... Miss Jensen

Tane McClure ... Betty
Shari Lee Bernath ... Delores
Curtis Haymore ... Robert
Greger Vigen ... Jake
Rory O'Brien ... Felix
Joey Russo ... Tall Tree
Danny Kulick ... Tommy
Victor Adamson ... Townsman (uncredited)
Frank Ellis ... Townsman (uncredited)
William Fawcett ... Rider (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 22: Vengeance Is the Spur

27 February 1963
A wealthy woman persuades The Virginian to take her to the badlands to a gang lead by the previous foreman of Shiloh. Her initial story is not the full truth. She wants to kill a man there because of her daughter but falls for the leader.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill (credit only)

Michael Rennie ... Michael O'Rourke

Nina Foch ... Frances Graham
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Ed Kemmer ... Eddie Thorpe (as Edward Kemmer)
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff
John Bryant ... Dr. Spaulding
Kathryn Card ... Mathilde
Mary Young ... Gertrude
Paul Sorensen ... Thorpe's Guard
William Allyn ... Foxie Stevens

Adam Hill Gilbert ... Luke (as Adam Hill)
Dan Barton ... Tom Harrington
Bobs Watson ... Hotel Clerk
Jon Lormer ... Tom the Blacksmith
Gil Perkins ... Whitey

Denver Pyle ... Pico Brown
Jimmie Booth ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Townsman (uncredited)
Ted Mapes ... Cowhand (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 23: The Money Cage

6 March 1963
A trio of con artists target Medicine Bow with an oil scam when a banking crisis threatening the bank throws a bigger scam their way. However, the leader's relationship with the banker's daughter causes him to him to alter the plan.

James Drury ... The Virginian (credit only)

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Steve Forrest ... Roger Layton
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

Bethel Leslie ... Lydia Turner

Joanna Moore ... Jenny
Dayton Lummis ... Horatio Turner
Cyril Delevanti ... John Evans
John Harmon ... Clerk
Rusty Lane ... Ezra Griswold
King Calder ... Fred Andrews
Ray Montgomery ... John Dales
Ron Foster ... Charlie Dorsey (as Ronald Foster)
Victor Adamson ... Townsman Outside Bank (uncredited)
Harry Carter ... Train Depot Clerk (uncredited)
Bill Coontz ... Bartender (uncredited)
Frank Ellis ... Townsman in Bank (uncredited)
Ethan Laidlaw ... Townsman Outside Bank (uncredited)
Frankie Marvin ... Townsman Outside Bank (uncredited)
Jimmy Noel ... Townsman Outside Bank (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 24: The Golden Door

13 March 1963
An immigrant is jailed for murder. The bias against him adds to the Judge's difficulty defending him. He is found not guilty but when another man is arrested for the crime, his conscious catches up with him as he learns more about US law.

Season 1, Episode 25: A Distant Fury

20 March 1963
Ed Frazer returns to Medicine Bow after serving three years for burglary. Steve fears for his life because his testimony was crucial in convicting him. Frazer's main interest isn't revenge but renewing his acquaintance with Helen Blaine.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Ida Lupino ... Helen Blaine

Howard Duff ... Ed Frazer
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

Joey Heatherton ... Gloria Blaine
Rees Vaughn ... Wilfred Simms
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott

Willis Bouchey ... Glen Hubbard
Bobs Watson ... Matt Lewis
Francis De Sales ... Dave McCoy
Kenneth Patterson ... Mr. Colby (as Ken Patterson)
Roy Engel ... Mr. Wade
Jimmie Booth ... Townsman at Inquest (uncredited)

Paul Carr ... John--County Prosecutor (uncredited)
Bill Catching ... Brawler (uncredited)
Chick Hannan ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jonathan Hole ... Coroner (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 26: Echo of Another Day

27 March 1963
Trampas helps a friend just out of prison who has multiple people after him for the location of $50,000 in gold he helped steal. He wants to give the money back but he must deal with a ruthless partner in the robbery who will kill him.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill (credit only)

Bradford Dillman ... Sam Harder

John Dehner ... Bleeck

Edward Asner ... George Johnson
Francis McDonald ... Saul Weintraub (as Francis J. McDonald)
Russell Thorson ... Sheriff Stan Evans

Grace Lee Whitney ... Nina

John Mitchum ... Madison
Frank Sully ... Danny
Frank Watkins ... Gregg
Joe Maross ... Landegger

Susan Hart
Bill Coontz ... Joe - Deputy (uncredited)
Ted Mapes ... Deputy (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 27: Strangers at Sundown

3 April 1963
A outlaw gang traps Garth and Betsy and several stagecoach passengers at a way station. The gang wants one of the passengers who betrayed the gang. The people discuss their lives as time expires on whether to turn over the man.

James Drury ... The Virginian (credit only)

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill (credit only)

Harry Morgan ... Kendall Jones
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

Paul Richards ... George Pauk
Skip Homeier ... Jed Carter
Arthur Hunnicutt ... Tom Croft
Evans Evans ... Phyllis Carter

Jocelyn Brando ... Lucy Wallace

Malcolm Atterbury ... John Wallace
Berkeley Harris ... Theo
Leonard P. Geer ... 1st Outlaw
Bill Catching ... 2nd Outlaw
Don Kennedy ... First Stagecoach Driver
Boyd Stockman ... 2nd Stagecoach Driver

Richard Anderson ... Harry Clark

Season 1, Episode 28: The Mountain of the Sun

17 April 1963
The Virginian helps three women in the southwest he meets make their way to the Yaqui Indians where they want to be missionaries after the Yaqui killed their husbands. Along the way he and the youngest woman become romantically involved.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill (credit only)

Dolores Hart ... Cathy Maywood

Jeanette Nolan ... Helen Dyer
Amzie Strickland ... Ruth Arlen
Joe De Santis ... General Rodello
Rico Alaniz ... Bandido Leader
George Wallace ... Dixon
Carlos Romero ... Pedro
Clancy Cooper ... Murphy
King Calder ... Myers
Dale Johnson ... Hotel Clerk
K.L. Smith ... Bartender
Alex Montoya ... Rafael
Gil Barreto ... Mexican Peasant
Ida Augustian ... Mexican Child
Rodolfo Acosta ... Yaqui Leader
Herman Hack ... Barfly (uncredited)
Chick Hannan ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jim Hayward ... Railroad Clerk (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 29: Run Away Home

24 April 1963
The Virginian and Steve are forced to carry $40,000 back to Medicine Bow after a bank run closes all banks. The Virginain must fend off a family who think part of the money is theirs while contending with a dreaming runaway girl.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Karl Swenson ... Karl Swenson
Crahan Denton ... John Lewis

Kevin Hagen ... Oscar Swenson
Russ Conway ... Walter Moody
Steve Brodie ... Sheriff Martin
Dan Sheridan ... Brakeman

I. Stanford Jolley ... Jess Cooper
Alvy Moore ... 2nd Man

Ann Doran ... Minerva Lewis

Jeannine Riley ... Amelia Pryor

Michael Vandever ... Jody Swanson (uncredited)
Robert Williams ... Cattle Buyer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 30: The Final Hour

1 May 1963
Garth allows a controversial coal mine to be opened with Polish miners. Among them is a beautiful woman. She has eyes for Trampas but one of the miners and a friend of Trampas have eyes for her with tragic results as Trampas falls for her.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill (credit only)

Ulla Jacobsson ... Polcia
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

Jacques Aubuchon ... Antek Wolski

Bert Freed ... Milo Henderson
Don Galloway ... Jack Henderson
Dean Fredericks ... Jan Wolski
Myron Healey ... Martin Croft
Sheldon Allman ... Jim Parker
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott

Whit Bissell ... Burns
Richard Garland ... Felton
Peter Mamakos ... Walzchek

Ted Knight ... Miner
Anthony Jochim ... Coroner Hiram Sylvester
Victor Adamson ... Barfly (uncredited)
George Bell ... Immigrant (uncredited)
Jimmie Booth ... Cowboy with Felton (uncredited)
Cecil Combs ... Townsman (uncredited)
James Dime ... Immigrant (uncredited)
Frank Ellis ... Fight Spectator (uncredited)
Harper Flaherty ... Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Chick Hannan ... Rancher (uncredited)
Lars Hensen ... Townsman (uncredited)
Pete Kellett ... Bartender (uncredited)
Joseph La Cava ... Bartender (uncredited)
Frankie Marvin ... Rancher (uncredited)
Billy McCoy ... Immigrant (uncredited)
Joe Ploski ... Immigrant (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Juror (uncredited)
George Russell ... Rancher (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Rancher (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Ride a Dark Trail

18 September 1963
The Virginian relates the history of Trampas coming to Shiloh as he tries to calm a boy on a rampage. Trampas was raised by a gambling father who tried to reform him and Trampas' effort for revenge for the killing of his father by Garth.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Sonny Tufts ... Frank Trampas

Royal Dano ... Faraway McPhail
Carol Byron ... Winnie
Buzz Martin ... Lon Mortison
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott
Stuart Randall ... Daley
Charles Fredericks ... Fitch (as Charles E. Fredericks)
Carleton Young ... Judge Drucker
Richard Garland ... Deputy
Hal Baylor ... Flake

Dort Clark ... Sheriff
Read Morgan ... Mort
Will J. White ... Bridger
George Savalas ... Turnkey
E.J. André ... Trail Cook
John Cliff ... Dealer
Frank Sully ... Bartender
Herman Hack ... Prisoner in Cell with Trampas (uncredited)
Chick Hannan ... Man in Bar (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Brawler (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: To Make This Place Remember

25 September 1963
Garth is asked by a friend to put on a defense for a son who has already been hung. The community fights it but Garth plunges ahead with the aid of a judge. The outcome uncovers several unpleasant facts about the community and the truth.

James Drury ... The Virginian (credit only)

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill (credit only)

Joan Blondell ... Rosanna Dobie

John Dehner ... Frank Sturgis
William Mims ... York

Catherine McLeod ... Amy Sturgis
James Bell ... Dr. David T. Harvey
William Bramley ... Charlie Tressider
Virginia Christine ... Leora Tressider

John Hoyt ... Judge Harper
Herb Vigran ... Arthur Wyman
Jack Easton Jr. ... Ben Sturgis
Joanna Crawford ... Milly DeWitt
Mark Tapscott ... Mannion
William Fawcett ... Jethro
Duane Grey ... The Drunk
Sunny Jordan ... Julie Tressider
John Breen ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Ted Jordan ... Committe Member / Juror (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: No Tears for Savannah

2 October 1963
The Virginian is in the southwest to collect for a bad check. He gets his money from the man's dad but when he is killed, The Virginian's old flame is convicted of it and he has to protect her while hoping Garth can prove her innocence.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill (credit only)

Gena Rowlands ... Savannah

Everett Sloane ... Henry T. Madden
Stephen McNally ... Sheriff Avedon

Joanna Moore ... Jane Dent
Arthur Franz ... Fitz Warren

Vaughn Taylor ... Judge Shelly
Don Wilbanks ... Deputy
Robert Colbert ... Gordon W. Madden

Harold Gould ... Prosecutor Black
Jonathan Hole ... Stage Depot Clerk
Bob Kline ... Bartender
Raymond Greenleaf ... Jim Manners
Julia Montoya ... The Servant
Hugh Sanders ... Foley
Austin Green ... Baliff
Gil Rogers ... Young Boy
Dennis McCarthy ... Jury Foreman
Rodney Bell ... Charles
Anthony Jochim ... 1st Poker Player
Harry Mackin ... Customer
Jackie Russell ... Saloon Girl
Edward Astran ... Croupier (uncredited)
Jimmie Booth ... Trial Spectator / Posse Member (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Barfly (uncredited)

John Litel ... Lawyer (uncredited)
Dean Savant ... Juror (uncredited)
Chick Sheridan ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Lucian Tiger ... Posse Member (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Juror (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: A Killer in Town

9 October 1963
Trampas is the focus of a bounty hunter when Trampas is involved in the accidental death of a man who knows the identity of a man in Medicine Bow with a $5000 bounty on his head. Problem is that Trampas believes he might be the one wanted.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Broderick Crawford ... George Wolfe
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

Arch Johnson ... Dr. Ashley
Jim Boles ... Mr. Goren

William Smith ... Andy Adams (as Bill Smith)
Barbara Werle ... Mrs. Lemon
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Abbott
Roy Engel ... Barney Wingate
Ruth Lee ... Mrs. Drummond
Jim Hayward ... Cy Grove
Raymond Guth ... Carley
Kay Stewart ... Mrs. Goren
Steve Darrell ... Rev. Drummond (uncredited)
Harper Flaherty ... Harper (uncredited)
Henry Hunter ... Banker (uncredited)
Anthony Jochim ... Rev. John Drummon (uncredited)
Walter Woolf King ... Judge (uncredited)
Tyler McVey ... Judge (uncredited)
Frank Sully ... Danny (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: The Evil That Men Do

16 October 1963
Garth takes on a parolee that The Virginian has an interest in who has been in an orphanage or prison since he was a baby. He has trouble adjusting to life outside prison and Garth is worried about Betsy's growing interest in him.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Robert Redford ... Matthew Cordell
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

Patricia Blair ... Rita Marlow
Simon Scott ... Warden Fred Harris
Don Kelly ... Deke (as Don O'Kelly)

L.Q. Jones ... Belden
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott

Jon Locke ... Johnson
John Bryant ... Frank Mason
Frank Chase ... Wrangler
Jerry Catron ... Prison Guard (as Jack Catron)
Leonard P. Geer ... Prison Wagon Driver

Season 2, Episode 6: It Takes a Big Man

23 October 1963
The Judge's friend asks him to take on one of his sons as a hand to straighten out his attitude. The Judge learns why the son fights with his dad but too late to stop the experiment from ending with tragic results for the son and Trampas.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Lloyd Nolan ... Wade Anders
Chris Robinson ... Henry 'Hank' Anders
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

Ryan O'Neal ... Ben Anders
Robert Cornthwaite ... Reverend

Pamela Austin ... Judy
Lew Brown ... Whitey
Bobs Watson ... Clerk
Bill Idelson ... Stage Depot Manager
Russ Bender ... Bartender
Jack Big Head ... Indian Brave
Tina Menard ... Little Fawn
Ron Burke ... Cowhand
Jimmie Booth ... Stage Driver (uncredited)
Ted Mapes ... Cowboy With Anders (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Brother Thaddeus

30 October 1963
Brother Thaddeus with a bad reputation as Willy Kane returns to Medicine Bow to help at the mission. When a friend of his and others rob a payroll, he is suspected of helping them so with the help of Trampas he has to prove his innocence.

James Drury ... The Virginian (credit only)

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Albert Salmi ... Willie 'Brother Thaddeus' Kane
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

Kathie Browne ... Floss Delaney
Joe Maross ... Homer Slattery
Christopher Dark ... Benny Caboose
Richard Devon ... Arthur Faber
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott
Edward Colmans ... Father Blaise
Ann Ayars ... Sister St. Luke
Bronwyn FitzSimons ... Sister St. Jonas
John Harmon ... Harry Finnegan
Dee Carroll ... Edna Finnegan
Harry Antrim ... Train Conductor
Joseph Mell ... Bartender
Clancy Cooper ... Deputy Joe Webb
William Challee ... Duffy
Stephen Price ... Lester
Bobby Buntrock ... Andrew
Joey Scott ... Grover
Jay Hector ... Felix
George DeNormand ... Barfly (uncredited)
Arnold Roberts ... Barfly (uncredited)
Chick Sheridan ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 8: A Portrait of Marie Valonne

6 November 1963
The Virginian has dinner with a woman who disappears. He learns she is involved with a criminal element therefore the police are reluctant to help find her. A he traces her history he uncovers a tragic past, corruption, and her death.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill
Madlyn Rhue ... Marie Valonne

Peter Mark Richman ... Johnny Madrid
Skip Homeier ... Sgt. Danny Bohannon

Adam Roarke ... Jimmy Raker
Marge Redmond ... Hazel Bailey
Gilbert Green ... Police Captain Larkin
Ron Soble ... Emmett

Ken Lynch ... Big Jim Todd
Vana Leslie ... Annie Higgins
Tyler McVey ... Perkins
Henry Wills ... Corfino
Ottola Nesmith ... Old Woman

June Kyoto Lu ... Waitress (as June Kim)
Peter Brocco ... Ramussen
Edward Holmes ... Desk Sgt. Johnson
Clegg Hoyt ... Rough Neck Drunk
Orville Sherman ... Undertaker
John August ... Joe Turk
Oscar Beregi Jr. ... Robaire
Cosmo Sardo ... Diner Patron (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Show Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Carriage Driver (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Run Quiet

13 November 1963
Steve helps a deaf mute who was once jailed for fighting. With Steve's help he learns to fit in at Shiloh but when two men kill a gambler and he is seen with the body, everyone assumes the worst. He finds a second friend in a lonely woman.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Clu Gulager ... Jud
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Gail Kobe ... Ruth Ferris
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott

Slim Pickens ... Slim

L.Q. Jones ... Andy

Don 'Red' Barry ... Dugan (as Donald Barry)
Lew Gallo ... Vince
Stacy Harris ... Harry Clark
Jan Arvan ... Cook
William Boyett ... Cadwell
Ina Victor ... Elsie
Frank Sully ... Danny
Stephen Coit ... Freightmaster
Ollie O'Toole ... Storekeeper
Tim Graham ... Tooney
Mark Tapscott ... Deputy

Season 2, Episode 10: Stopover in a Western Town

27 November 1963
A cowboy becomes infatuated with an eastern society girl he meets on a train. Against The Virginian's advice he courts the spoiled girl but is forced to turn to rustling to pay for it. In the end she learns the serious cost of her actions.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Dick York ... Jeff Tolliver
Joan Freeman ... Caroline Witman

Warren Oates ... Corbie
Robert F. Simon ... Ben Wainwright
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott

Ed Peck ... Cassidy

Sam Edwards ... Hotel Clerk
Sandy Sanders ... Rider
Owen Cunningham ... Man at Party
Barry Brooks ... Conductor
Ann Adler ... 1st Saloon Girl
Joan Willis ... 2nd Saloon Girl
Lillian Bronson ... Aunt Grace
Harper Flaherty ... Harper (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)
Ted Mapes ... Rustler (uncredited)
Arnold Roberts ... Dancer at Party (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: The Fatal Journey

4 December 1963
The Virginian plans to propose to Molly but four men ride into Medicine Bow emptying their pistols into the newspaper office killing her. Although the posse is forced to turn back, The Virginian continues on for revenge but is captured.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Robert Lansing ... George Calhoun
David McLean ... Troy
Sandy Kenyon ... Professor
John Milford ... Jasper Horn
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott
Berkeley Harris ... Denver
Charlie Briggs ... Hank Stram (as Charles Briggs)
Steve Ihnat ... Stub O'Dell

William Bakewell ... Sam Branch
Mickey Simpson ... Moose
Ollie O'Toole ... Jackson
Roy Engel ... Jacob Brent
Vic Perrin ... Ben Dixon
Bob Kline ... Wentworth (as Robert Kline)
Frank Sully ... Danny, the Bartender
Harper Flaherty ... RobertLansing Double (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: A Time Remembered

11 December 1963
Garth recognizes singer Elena as a close friend from his early days as a lawyer. The two rekindle their old relationship but Garth is forced to defend her against murder charges which ultimately forces him to uncover the unsettling truth.

James Drury ... The Virginian (credit only)

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Yvonne De Carlo ... Helen Haldeman aka Elena
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Melinda Plowman ... Karen Osterling
Paul Comi ... Elliott Powers
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott
Bill Zuckert ... George Kingston
Oliver McGowan ... Judge Benson
John Bryant ... Doc Spaulding

Sam Edwards ... Hotel Clerk

William Bakewell ... Nate Eastman
John Hale ... Kelly
Barry Russo ... Carl Elston (as John Duke)
Vince Williams ... Court Clerk
Walter Beilby ... Juror (uncredited)
George DeNormand ... Welcoming Committee Member (uncredited)
Rudy Doucette ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Charles Morton ... Juror (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Siege

18 December 1963
Trampas returns to a town to repay debts and see the girl he left but she is married to the Marshal. The family Trampas had lived with is killed by Comancheros caught by Trampas. Only he and the Marshal are willing to stand up to them.

James Drury ... The Virginian (credit only)

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill (credit only)

Philip Carey ... Duke Logan

Elinor Donahue ... Carole Cole
Ron Hayes ... Marshal Brett Cole
Joseph Campanella ... Pedro Lopez
Nestor Paiva ... Charley Sanchez
Myron Healey ... Yance Cooper
Thomas Bellin ... Sam Oliver
Peter Brooks ... Brooks
John Zaremba ... Undertaker
Ray Montgomery ... Businessman
Edward Faulkner ... Gambler (as Ed Faulkner)
Mike Ragan ... Dealer
Jim Barringer ... Jeff
Frank Sully ... Danny, the Bartender
David Perna ... 1st Commanchero (as Dave Perna)
Ronnie Rondell Jr. ... 2nd Commanchero (as Ronnie R. Rondell)
Ned Romero ... Angelo
Herman Hack ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Man of Violence

25 December 1963
After his uncle is killed in Texas, Trampas chases the killer into Apache country off limits to whites where he found gold. Trampas is forced to take along multiple companions including the man's wife, a gold seeker, and a drunk doctor.

James Drury ... The Virginian (credit only)

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill (credit only)

Peggy McCay ... Helen Hammond Judson
William Bryant ... Paul Judson

DeForest Kelley ... Lt. Beldon

Michael Pate ... Mike McGoff

Leonard Nimoy ... Wismer
Robert Brubaker ... Major Herbert
Ann Prentiss ... Alice (as Ann Gardner)
Jim Goodwin ... Corp. Perkins
Barry Cahill ... Mr. Pierce
Harry Shannon ... Uncle Josh
Stewart Bradley ... Sheriff
Mike Ragan ... Sergeant
Ron Burke ... Lieutenant

Season 2, Episode 15: The Invaders

1 January 1964
Garth's rival from Texas buys a ranch near Shiloh with an eye to expand it. Trampas has an eye for his daughter adding to the friction when the rival puts pressure on small ranches to sell out and cuts the water supply to them and Shiloh.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Ed Begley ... Mike Tyrone

Beverley Owen ... Margaret 'Maggie' Tyrone
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

Jim McMullan ... Tom Tyrone
Rees Vaughn ... Kevin Tyrone
Paul Comi ... Harold Braden
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott
Roy Engel ... Barney Wingate

Bing Russell ... John Rudd
Robert Williams ... Charles Evans
Ralph Manza ... Harry the Barber

Dan White ... Edwards
Terry Frost ... Anderson

Sam Edwards ... Hotel Clerk
Frank Sully ... Danny
Harry Strang ... Rancher (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 16: Roar from the Mountain

8 January 1964
Steve volunteers to hunt a killer mountain lion alone. After losing his supplies, he is helped by a lonely couple. They lost their son to the cat and maimed it. The husband helps Steve who soon learns the cat is not his only enemy.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Jack Klugman ... Charles Mayhew

Joyce Bulifant ... Nancy Mayhew
Émile Genest ... Louis Dubois
Blair Davies ... Dr. Sadler
Lee Miller ... Hooper (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: The Fortunes of J. Jimerson Jones

15 January 1964
J. Jimerson Jones is on the same train to Chicago with Garth and Betsy where Garth helps him adjust to city life. Betsy has her first love with a cub reporter and Jones is taken in by a beautiful woman while another tries to protect him.

James Drury ... The Virginian (credit only)

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Pat O'Brien ... J. Jimerson Jones
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

Jeanne Cooper ... Julia Montgomery

Ann Doran ... Maggie Hyeth

David Macklin ... Eddie Tighe
Peter Adams ... Duncan St. John

John Banner ... August the Head Waiter
Jonathan Hole ... Hotel Clerk
Austin Green ... Telegraph Operator
Davis Roberts ... Waiter
Tol Avery ... General Pierpont J. Caswell
Jerry Adler ... Second Bellboy

Norman Leavitt ... Fowler
Maurice McEndree ... First Bellboy
George Blagoi ... Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
Dick Cherney ... Investor (uncredited)
Bert Stevens ... Investor (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 18: The Thirty Days of Gavin Heath

22 January 1964
A failed British rancher returns to Medicine Bow a wealthy man but conflicted by his cowardice in the Army. After learning he won't die from a dog bite and Trampas is taken captive by Indians he is given a second chance to prove himself.

Season 2, Episode 19: The Drifter

29 January 1964
The Virginian recalls his arrival at Shiloh when he went to work for a neighboring ranch that was close to a range war with Shiloh. He is caught in a feud with the foreman causing the fight and falls in love with the girl engaged to him.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Leif Erickson ... Peterson

Mariette Hartley ... Maria Peterson

Michael Forest ... Hugh Stager
Gregg Palmer ... Sunday

Frank Albertson ... Sheriff Webb

Cal Bartlett ... Dolan
Tyler McVey ... Matthew Barclay
Jackie Russell ... Billie
Rex Holman ... Donovan
Mike Ragan ... Shorty
Chuck Courtney ... Jerry

Season 2, Episode 20: First to Thine Own Self

12 February 1964
Randy, a lonely, distrusting drifter comes to the aid of a child, only to be accused of killing her father. Only Betsy's faith in him prevents harm from coming to him and the young girl he tries to protect from the killers.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton
Mary LaRoche ... Alma Reese
Jan Merlin ... Reese

Bruce Dern ... Pell
Claire Wilcox ... Melanie

L.Q. Jones ... Belden
John Truax ... Stagecoach Passenger
Frank Maxwell ... Silas
Jack Lilley ... Posse Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: A Matter of Destiny

19 February 1964
Trampas appears to be in the lead for a local girl until an eastern meat packing tycoon who comes to Medicine Bow to take over his new ranch catches her eye. Trampas is the only one against him until the ranchers learn he has tricked them.

Season 2, Episode 22: Smile of a Dragon

26 February 1964
An injured Trampas is thought to be a stagecoach robber according to a Sheriff and is reported dead to Shiloh. He is forced to rely on a young Chinese woman for help until a grieving Steve arrives to find he must help rescue Trampas.

James Drury ... The Virginian (credit only)

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Miyoshi Umeki ... Kim Ho

Richard Carlson ... Sheriff Marden

Frank Overton ... Mr. Umber
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Buck Taylor ... Deputy Plumb
Kam Tong ... Ning Yang
Phyllis Coates ... Mrs. Marden
Patricia Morrow ... Ellie Marden
Hank Patterson ... Old Man
Pitt Herbert ... Telegrapher
Stephen Price ... Jonathan Marden
Kenneth Hudgins ... Bartender (as Ken Hudgins)

Season 2, Episode 23: The Intruders

4 March 1964
Betsy's Chicago visitor has a shaky visit starting with Garth ignoring his wire. Garth wants the ranch deserted to host a secret meeting with an Indian Chief but intruders invade to kill the Chief and further impede the couple's visit.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill (credit only)

Darren McGavin ... Mark Troxel
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Hugh Marlowe ... Clay Billings

David Macklin ... Eddie Tighe

David Carradine ... The Utah Kid

L.Q. Jones ... Belden
Mickey Simpson ... Bear Bristow
Frances Morris ... Mrs. Wingate
Roy Engel ... Barney Wingate
E.J. André ... Alex the Cook

Iron Eyes Cody ... Chief Black Feather
Rodd Redwing ... Black Feather's Brave

David McMahon ... Conductor
Larry Perron ... Indio
Arnold Roberts ... Train Passenger (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 24: Another's Footsteps

11 March 1964
The Virginian tracks the man who killed a young friend in a bank robbery. He finds the man's wife and young son alone on a run down ranch. Finding they need help, he stays on as a ranch hand but soon finds himself in a misguided situation.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Sheree North ... Karen Anders

John Agar ... Tom Anders

Paul Petersen ... Dan Grant
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton
Dennis Holmes ... Tim Anders
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott
Peter Mamakos ... Smudge
Richard Garland ... Stevens
George Keymas ... 1st Indian
Jon Drury ... Tolliver

John Mitchum ... Pooch
Mort Mills ... Garrett
Barry Cahill ... Bartender
Robert Karnes ... Sheriff of Concho

Season 2, Episode 25: Rope of Lies

25 March 1964
Steve takes the job of foreman at a ranch with a new female owner against the advice of his friends. The job gets rougher after he is forced to shoot a stranger. He then learns why he was hired when he faces murder charges from his boss.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill
Diana Millay ... Alma Lowell

Peter Breck ... Jess Carver
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Paul Fix ... Ebberly Packis

William Smith ... Bill (as Bill Smith)
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott
Barry Kelley ... Prosecutor Frank Giles
Henry Hunter ... Mr. Makely
John Daheim ... Bard Arden (as John Day)
Sam Reese ... Squeaker
Perry Cook ... Toby

Doodles Weaver ... Stationmaster
Walter Woolf King ... Judge Bradford
Chief Yowlachie ... Indian Brave
Frank Sully ... Danny the Bartender

Season 2, Episode 26: The Secret of Brynmar Hall

1 April 1964
A storm forces Randy to stay with Betsy and three of her friends at a mansion where they spent time in their youth. The host's daughter was killed two years earlier in a fire. The host has gifts and other surprises that put them on edge.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill (credit only)

Jane Wyatt ... Mrs. Sarah Brynmar
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Brooke Bundy ... Jenny

Virginia Gregg ... Mrs. Tyson

Mark Goddard ... Richard

Tom Skerritt ... Rev. Paul Martin

Victor French ... Michael

Edward Platt ... Stuart Brynmar (as Ed Platt)

Season 2, Episode 27: The Long Quest

8 April 1964
The Virginian helps a neighbor lady when her son is claimed by an actress as her own son. Her friends in Medicine Bow are upset by the actress and her detective friend with their actions but it appears they have an ironclad case.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill (credit only)
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Ruta Lee ... Judith Holly
Joseph Campanella ... Corbett
Patricia Breslin ... Mary Ann Martin

J. Pat O'Malley ... Samuel Bowman

Whit Bissell ... Andrew Cass
Walter Woolf King ... Judge
Mark Tapscott ... Deputy Earl Lorne

Sam Edwards ... Hotel Clerk
Pitt Herbert ... Telegraph Agent
Jimmy Joyce ... Station Master
John Bryant ... Dr. Carl Spaulding
Clay Tanner ... Freight Agent
Ann Adler ... Waitress
Frank Sully ... Danny

David McMahon ... Conductor
Vince Williams ... Court Baliff
Casey Peters ... Cricket Martin
Frankie Marvin ... Train Passenger (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 28: A Bride for Lars

15 April 1964
Trampas wins the job of bringing an injured neighbor's bride to him from Laramie. However, the trip back is filled with problems including a bride with a mind of her own, Indians, potential outlaws, and a surprise at the end for Trampas.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill
Katherine Crawford ... Anna Swenson
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Peter Whitney ... Lars Holstrom
Barbara Werle ... Betty
Michael Beirne ... Deputy
Paul Birch ... Carl Bruner
Rick Falk ... Sven Norstrund
Curt Barrett ... Laramie Townsman
Stewart Bradley ... Harkness

John Qualen ... Gosta Swenson
John Bryant ... Doctor
Stella Garcia ... Maria
X Brands ... Raven Wing
Michael Carr ... Tall Bow
Dean Harens ... Minister
Vitina Marcus ... Raven Wing Squaw (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 29: Dark Destiny

29 April 1964
A horse thief's daughter staying at Shiloh is drafted to help an injured Randy who can't walk due to a spinal injury with therapy. Their frosty relationship changes when Randy gives up and her father escapes jail looking to kill Steve.

Season 2, Episode 30: A Man Called Kane

6 May 1964
News that Betsy and Randy found over $900 in gold in a cave on Shiloh brings two men to Shiloh ranch looking for money. One is a government agent looking for a buried cache of bearer bonds. The other is Randy's older brother with a past.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill
Jeremy Slate ... Johnny Kane / Benton
Dick Foran ... Duggan
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton
Merry Anders ... Donna Durrell
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott

Cal Bartlett ... Bill, Cowhand
Kenneth Patterson ... Ray Duval
Frank Sully ... Danny
Duke Fishman ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Gordon ... Barfly (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Ryker

16 September 1964
Ryker is offered the job of stopping a small rancher from paying a mortgage. He is too honest to do it but is framed for killing the rancher. He is a good lawman and the sheriff wants him as a deputy but Ryker wants to save his name first.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Leslie Nielsen ... John Hagen
Anne Helm ... Janet Hale
Berkeley Harris ... Jack Karns
Jan Merlin ... Sam Lake
Ron Soble ... Stackler
Russ Conway ... Ed Hale
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott
Francis McDonald ... Storekeeper
James Seay ... Cruickshank
Michael Macready ... Curly
John Bryant ... Dr. Carl Spaulding

Raquel Welch ... Saloon Girl
Frank Sully ... Danny
Chuck Courtney ... Cowboy
Jimmie Booth ... Henchman (uncredited)
Frank Ellis ... Saloon Employee Stacking Chairs (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Henchman (uncredited)
Arnold Roberts ... Townsman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: The Dark Challenge

23 September 1964
A family moves nearby with a pretty daughter drawing the attention of Trampas. However, when he pushes her to dance, he learns she has a club foot. This is compounded by the pressure on her brother to support her in lieu of his own life.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Victor Jory ... Carl Hendricks
Chris Robinson ... Arnie Hendricks

Katharine Ross ... Jenny Hendricks

Larry Pennell ... Wally Koerner
Louis Quinn ... Perkins
Michael Bregan ... Matt
Than Wyenn ... Coroner
John Bryant ... Dr. Spaulding
Gregg Palmer ... Cowboy
Frank Sully ... Bartender
Joan O'Brien ... Joan
Gene Coogan ... Stage Passenger (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Mathew McCue ... Old Man Walking by Bank (uncredited)
Arnold Roberts ... Wounded Shotgun Rider (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Juror (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: The Black Stallion

30 September 1964
Randy finds an abused stallion in need of medical care. He takes the horse to an alcoholic vet who is a loner but the interest of the daughter of a local rancher. The vet works miracles on the horse while horse works miracles on the vet.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Robert Culp ... Charles 'Charlie' Orwell
Jena Engstrom ... Jody Wingate

Don 'Red' Barry ... John Slaughter (as Donald Barry)
Roy Engel ... Barney Wingate
Robert Williams ... First Rancher (as Robert B. Williams)
Paul Baxley ... Hogan
Chuck Horne ... Pete
Bennye Gatteys ... Woman holding money (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 4: The Hero

7 October 1964
An eastern reporter arrives to write a story on the Judge. He has traveled the world and great talent in many areas impressing the men and especially Betsy who falls for him. All is not as it seems when his true intentions are learned.

Season 3, Episode 5: Felicity's Spring

14 October 1964
The Virginian falls in love with a woman who has the heart of every man around. As the two plan their marriage, her sister and father debate whether they should tell The Virginian the truth about her terminal illness and short time left.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker (credit only)
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill
Katherine Crawford ... Felicity Andrews

Mariette Hartley ... Kate Andrews
Carl Benton Reid ... Jonah Andrews

L.Q. Jones ... Belden

Norman Leavitt ... Joe Mapes
Adrienne Marden ... Mary Mapes
Jennie Lynn ... Tessie Mapes
Casey Peters ... Robbie Mapes
Frank Sully ... Danny the Bartender
Christine Matchett ... Mary
Dean Harens ... Reverend Bill Haggarty
Arnold Roberts ... Townsman (uncredited)
Dick Shane ... Ranch Hand / Rehersal Guest (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 6: The Brazos Kid

21 October 1964
A pretty female eastern reporter arriving broke takes a reporter job in Medicine Bow. She digs up an old story on the Brazos Kid to make money but her talent for inflating the truth lands not only The Virginian but the real one in trouble.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Barbara Eden ... Samantha Fry
Skip Homeier ... Joe Cleary

James Brown ... Lou Sebastian (as J.B. Brown)
George Petrie ... Joe Delaney
Della Sharman ... Anne Cleary (as Della Homeier)
Tol Avery ... John Fix
Alvy Moore ... Les Jensen
Rex Holman ... Johnny Ringbolt

Harold Gould ... Adam Pendleton

Frank Evans ... Pomeroy
Bill Quinn ... New York Clarion Editor

Sam Edwards ... Desk Clerk
Frank Sully ... Danny
Jimmy Joyce ... Buffalo Herald Editor
Clay Tanner ... Station Master

I. Stanford Jolley ... St. Louis Post Editor
Hans Moebus ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Diner Patron (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 7: Big Image... Little Man

28 October 1964
A self-important businessman is pushed off a train and found by The Virginian and Steve on a cattle drive across a desert. He is forced to work his way on the drive and learns some lessons about himself and his impact on other's lives.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker (credit only)
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth (credit only)
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton (credit only)
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill
Linden Chiles ... Paul Leland

Slim Pickens ... Hogy

L.Q. Jones ... Belden
Paul Birch ... Ben Carter
Olive Sturgess ... Laura Carter
Henry Hunter ... Kenneth Grant
Barbara Werle ... Kitty Hudson

Dick Miller ... Jon Blake
Roger Torrey ... Dolan
Vincent Cobb ... Slater
Gerald Hamer ... Servant
Chick Hannan ... Barfly (uncredited)
Dick Johnstone ... Barfly (uncredited)
Tom Smith ... Barfly (uncredited)
Rudy Sooter ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: A Father for Toby

4 November 1964
A boy in an orphanage near Shiloh latches onto Trampas as his father while Trampas is attracted to the woman running the orphanage. Trampas agrees to help the boy but when his father arrives on Shiloh with men chasing him, problems arise.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Rory Calhoun ... Jim Shea

Joanna Moore ... Ellen Lawrence

Kurt Russell ... Toby Shea
Walter Reed ... J.D. Collins

Bing Russell ... Earl Maddox
Harry Lauter ... Wade
Michel Petit ... Pudge
Jay Hector ... Arnie Mayo
Michael Flatley ... Mike
Charles Fredericks ... Harry Boardman (as Charles E. Fredericks)
Hal Baylor ... Gleason
John Zaremba ... Warden
Terry Frost ... Carl Thomas
Frank Sully ... Danny
Frances Morris ... Landlady
Patti Chandler ... Margaret
Harper Flaherty ... Harper (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 9: The Girl from Yesterday

11 November 1964
Steve is asked by a US Marshal to renew an old relationship with a woman who is now believed to be part of the Wade gang. The reluctant Steve goes along with the idea but finds it a hard task made harder when old feelings resurface.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth (credit only)
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton
Gary Clarke ... Steve Hill

Peter Mark Richman ... Jack Wade (as Mark Richman)

Ruta Lee ... Jane Carlyle
Don Collier ... Marshal Cass

L.Q. Jones ... Belden
Charles Bateman ... Neal Fairburn
Barry Kelley ... Commissioner Todd
Michael Macready ... Lt. Sawtelle
Mike Ragan ... Avery
Robert V. Barron ... Chuck (as Christian Anderson)
Sidney Hayers ... Tom Wellars (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 10: Return a Stranger

18 November 1964
A local miner's son returns to Medicine Bow from college with the technical knowledge and financial backers to reopen his father's silver mine. Due to financial constraints, corners are cut putting people and cattle in danger.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Leif Erickson ... Charlie Ryan

Peter Brown ... Craig Ryan

Whit Bissell ... Whit Parsons
Robert Colbert ... Joe Barker
William Fawcett ... Sam Elberry
Roy Engel ... Barney Wingate
Richard Garland ... Veterinarian
Ollie O'Toole ... Roy Masters
Robert Anderson ... Jenkins (as Bob Anderson)
Audrey Swanson ... Mrs. Wingate

Dan White ... Baggage Man
Hinton Pope ... Dales
Frank Sully ... Danny
Joe McGuinn ... 1st Rancher
Russ Whiteman ... 2nd Rancher
Dean Harens ... Rev. Haggertty
Bill Coontz ... Miner (uncredited)
Russell Custer ... Miner (uncredited)
Frank Ellis ... Barfly (uncredited)
Jack Hendricks ... Townsman (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Miner (uncredited)
Arnold Roberts ... Miner (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 11: All Nice and Legal

25 November 1964
A female attorney comes to Medicine Bow to open her new practice. After a rocky start with The Virginian, he becomes her first client and she proves her ability. Off to a strong start she jumps into a case putting him into danger.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Anne Francis ... Victoria Greenleigh

Ellen Corby ... Mrs. Clancy
John Kellogg ... Seth Potter
Paul Comi ... Brad Carter
Judson Pratt ... Jerd 'Jack' Morgan
Jeff Cooper ... Matt Potter
Robert Gothie ... George Potter
Walter Woolf King ... Judge

Harold Gould ... John Anderson
Linda Foster ... Sally
Stephen Price ... Tommy
Ollie O'Toole ... Joe Mapes

Norman Leavitt ... Clem Atwell
Clay Tanner ... Baggage Man
Pitt Herbert ... Telegrapher

Sam Edwards ... Desk Clerk
Gene Coogan ... Furniture Mover (uncredited)
Mathew McCue ... Old Man on Jury (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 12: A Gallows for Sam Horn

2 December 1964
A feud between ranchers and a railroad tycoon result in murder charges against a rancher when the tycoon's son is killed. Ryker and the Judge try to prove his innocence but must rely on a woman who disappears deserted by the murdered man.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth (credit only)
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton (credit only)
John Lupton ... Sam Horn

Edward Binns ... Colonel John Briscoe
Laurel Goodwin ... Peg Dineen

Buck Taylor ... Scott Briscoe

George Kennedy ... Jack Marshman
Virginia Christine ... Judith Briscoe
Paul Comi ... Brad Carter
Ross Elliott ... Sheriff Mark Abbott
Walter Woolf King ... Judge MacDonald
Elizabeth Harrower ... Mrs. Crandall
Gail Bonney ... Farm Woman
Med Flory ... Tom Yeager
Barry Cahill ... Tim Tatum
Mike Mahoney ... Zachary
Edward Astran ... Bailiff (uncredited)
Jimmie Booth ... Juror (uncredited)
Forrest Burns ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Chick Hannan ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Lars Hensen ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Billy McCoy ... Juror (uncredited)
Arnold Roberts ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Rudy Sooter ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
George Sowards ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 13: Portrait of a Widow

9 December 1964
A French portrait painter returns from Chicago to Medicine Bow with Betsy and a new widow to paint her. The Judge suspects he is not being truthful but he seems to be the right medicine for the grieving widow as the Judge investigates.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker (credit only)
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Vera Miles ... Maggie Menken

John Gavin ... Charles Boulanger / Baker

Ann Doran ... Reba

L.Q. Jones ... Belden

Michael Forest ... George MacGregor
Roy Engel ... Barney Wingate
Pitt Herbert ... Sam the Telegraph Agent

David McMahon ... Conductor
Charles Horvath ... Jesse Fairchild
Audrey Swanson ... Mrs. Wingate
Ron Burke ... Cowhand
Nancy Gates ... Sophie Fessenden (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 14: The Payment

16 December 1964
Ryker invites the man who raised him to come to Medicine Bow after being released from 10 years in prison. When Ryker finds Abe has invited his family to join him, he knows there are problems as Shiloh makes a record sized cattle shipment.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth (credit only)
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Lloyd Nolan ... Abe Clayton
Lisabeth Hush ... Rita Collins

Bruce Dern ... Lee Darrow

L.Q. Jones ... Belden
Harlan Warde ... Sheriff John Brannan

Ed Peck ... Ben Clayton
Robert Ivers ... Vance Clayton
Med Flory ... Sardo
Clay Tanner ... Frank
Elizabeth Harrower ... Mrs. Crandall
George DeNormand ... Spectator Outside Bank (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 15: A Man of the People

23 December 1964
Garth along with other ranchers are worried about homesteaders trying to move onto their public range. Garth realizes the land is not fit for farming but the politician leading them is an old friend who has said it is fit for farming.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton (credit only)
James Dunn ... Congressman Matthew J. Cosgrove
Arthur Space ... Ownie Francis
Martin West ... Lt. David O'Mara
Roy Engel ... Barney Wingate
Brendan Dillon ... James Aloysius Dolan
Hal Baylor ... Sgt. Costello
A.G. Vitanza ... Dominic Pelligrini
Robert Boon ... Hans Jungman
Alvy Moore ... Ray Harris
Pitt Herbert ... Joe the Telegraph Agent
Russ Bender ... Land Office Clerk

David McMahon ... Conductor

Sam Edwards ... Hotel Clerk
Shirley O'Hara ... Mrs. Dolan
Barry Brooks ... Townsman
Jimmy Joyce ... Cameraman

Hoke Howell ... Corporal
Jimmie Booth ... Wagon Driver (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... First Conductor (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Settler (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 16: The Hour of the Tiger

30 December 1964
A rock slide trapping Shiloh cattle gives an old neighbor and onetime friend of Garth the chance for revenge against Garth. Garth is forced to bring in Chinese labors to dig a tunnel but one of the workers is a surprise for The Virginian.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker (credit only)
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton
Cely Carillo ... Kum Ho
Tom Tully ... Junius Antlow
Leo Gordon ... Big Jim Lafferty

Robert J. Wilke ... Colton
Tom Simcox ... Chris Antlow
Kam Tong ... Chang
Helen Kleeb ... Susan Antlow
John Bryant ... Dr. Spaulding
Ron Burke ... Shiloh Ranch Hand
Edward Faulkner ... Pete (as Ed Faulkner)

Season 3, Episode 17: Two Men Named Laredo

6 January 1965
After he saves Trampas The Virginian hires a temporary hand full time. He seems to be the ideal hand but a loner until a man and woman are killed in Medicine Bow and he shoots Trampas. Garth realizes there may be two personas to the man.

Season 3, Episode 18: Hideout

13 January 1965
A lost Betsy finds a man and his son living isolated in the mountains catching and breaking horses. They have a secret history that she tries to keep hidden but events force her and others into actions that may send the man to the gallows.

Season 3, Episode 19: Six Graves at Cripple Creek

27 January 1965
Ryker receives a clue as to the location of a man he wants for a murder two years ago. He goes on the trail but is forced to guide a young woman looking for her dad but both men may have been killed in an Indian massacre at Cripple Creek.

James Drury ... The Virginian (credit only)

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth (credit only)
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton (credit only)

John Doucette ... Sheriff Goodbody

Sheilah Wells ... Lucille Carver
Paul Birch ... John Carver
Harry Lauter ... Cat McGraw
Harlan Warde ... Sheriff John Brannan
Walter Reed ... Maj. Mallory

Catherine McLeod ... Mary Mallory

Robert Pine ... Corporal Maron
Richard Reeves ... Jake Grohs
William Tannen ... Bartender
John Harmon ... B.G. Coonley
Chuck Roberson ... Wagon Driver
Johnny Dodge ... Guard
Vince Williams ... Townsman
Leonard P. Geer ... Tough Guy

Season 3, Episode 20: Lost Yesterday

3 February 1965
The Virginian rescues a passenger after they are in an accident near Shiloh but she has amnesia afterwards. He takes a deep interest in her even after she moves in with the local school teacher but her background catches up with them.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker (credit only)
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Shirley Knight ... Clara Malone
Monica Lewis ... Martha Winslow
Simon Scott ... Trev Holcomb
John Kellogg ... Sam Barton
Harlan Warde ... Sheriff John Brannan
John Bryant ... Dr, Spaulding
Don Wilbanks ... Jim Feeney
Stuart Randall ... Sheriff in Laramie

Sam Edwards ... Hotel Clerk
Mike Ragan ... Townsman in Laramie
Clyde Howdy ... Cowhand in Laramie

Season 3, Episode 21: A Slight Case of Charity

10 February 1965
Trampas is sent to collect the money from a cattle sale for ranchers at Medicine Bow. He receives the money in cash but events lead to a woman borrowing $1500 of it forcing Trampas and later Ryker to track her to recover the money.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton
Kathryn Hays ... Charity
Jerome Courtland ... Byron Prescott

Les Tremayne ... Mr. Lowell
Harry Harvey ... Ira Corwin (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Kathryn Givney ... Caroline Prescott
Ed Prentiss ... Stillman
E.J. André ... Freight Agent
Gregg Palmer ... Deputy Roberts
Adele Palacios ... Concha
Vicente Padula ... Pepe (as Vincent Padula)
Tim Graham ... Stable Man
Steve Pendleton ... August Schimell
Stephen Coit ... Ray King

Warren Oates ... Roy Judd

Season 3, Episode 22: You Take the High Road

17 February 1965
The Virginian hires a man kicked off a cattle drive by the trail boss even though he is half owner of the herd. The herd passing Shiloh is suspected of having Spanish Fever. The man returns to the herd but his immaturity creates problems.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth (credit only)
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton (credit only)

Richard Beymer ... Mark Shannon

Diana Lynn ... Peggy Shannon
Myron Healey ... Jack Slauson

L.Q. Jones ... Belden
Roy Engel ... Barney Wingate
Robert Williams ... Dade (as Robert B. Williams)
Edward Faulkner ... Bert
Cecil Combs ... Wagon Driver (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 23: Shadows of the Past

24 February 1965
Ryker's chess playing friend's bride he met in San Francisco arrives but unknown to him she has a hidden past she hides with a bottle. At the same time two brothers released from prison visit Ryker wanting revenge for their dead brother.

James Drury ... The Virginian (credit only)

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth (credit only)
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton (credit only)

Jack Warden ... John Conway
Marilyn Erskine ... Rita Bolen
John Milford ... Will Gar

L.Q. Jones ... Belden
James Beck ... Dink Gar
Harlan Warde ... Sheriff John Brannan
Jackie Russell ... Bar Girl
Frank Sully ... Bartender
Diane Quinn ... Laurie Ann (as Diane Lee Quinn)

Sam Edwards ... Hotel Clerk
Charles Seel ... Station Master
Dee Carroll ... Wife
Frank Chase ... Husband

Season 3, Episode 24: Legend for a Lawman

3 March 1965
The naive Randy is tricked into helping rob a bank in Kansas and due to circumstances is accused by a respected sheriff of being involved in the robbery. The Virginian is left on his own to prove Randy's innocence versus the sheriff.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker (credit only)
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth (credit only)
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton
Ford Rainey ... Marshal Floyd Buckman

Adam West ... Sam Loomis
William Mims ... Harley Cole
Michael Macready ... Deputy Coby Hall

John Litel ... Wade Hammill
Ken Mayer ... George Gaynor
Shug Fisher ... Pony Bill Steele
Bill McLean ... Telegrapher
Walker Edmiston ... Jimmy Tench
William Stevens ... Shagrue
John Hubbard ... Dr. Wagner
John Gilgreen ... Hotel Clerk
Buck Young ... Steeber
Adrienne Ellis ... Nora Buckman (as Adrianne Ellis)
Ben Frommer ... Townsman (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Townsman (uncredited)
Mike Lally ... Town Council Member (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Posse Rider (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 25: Timberland

10 March 1965
A crusty timber man threatens the ranchers' grazing lands by clear cutting. He and his foreman expect his daughter to marry the foreman but she has second thoughts when a rancher's son shows an interest in her resulting in a killing.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Martin Milner ... David 'Dave' Ferguson

William Smith ... Paul Rogers
Joan Freeman ... Katherine Daniels

Arch Johnson ... Charles Daniels
William Bramley ... John Ferguson
Russell Thorson ... Ollie
Roy Engel ... Barney Wingate

Norman Leavitt ... Storekeeper
Gregg Palmer ... 1st Cowhand
Don Eitner ... 2nd Cowhand

Season 3, Episode 26: Dangerous Road

17 March 1965
Trampas escorts a murderer back to a town where he knew the sheriff. There is a question of the man's innocence plus Trampas learns the sheriff died in a horse accident two days later. He decides to investigate the questionable stories.

James Drury ... The Virginian (credit only)

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth (credit only)
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton (credit only)

Simon Oakland ... Bob Coulter
Tom Simcox ... Deputy Fenton

Robert Pine ... Young Bob Coulter
Marilyn Wayne ... Kitty

Tom Reese ... Hans Wollsack
Frank Gerstle ... Clint Koski
Lew Brown ... Kelly Jones

Ben Johnson ... Jim Brandt
Gilbert Green ... Judge Porter
True Boardman ... Dr. Hennesy
Will J. White ... Dr. Blackburn
Jimmy Joyce ... Clerk
Robin Watts ... Waitress
Michael Jeffers ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Colter Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Rod McGaughy ... Colter Ranch Hand Holding Kitty (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 27: Farewell to Honesty

24 March 1965
The Virginian goes to Honesty, Wyoming to collect $8000 owed the Judge on a crooked cattle deal. The town is owned and run by the corrupt man who owes the money. The fight over the money spills into a murder charge against the Virginian.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth (credit only)
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton (credit only)

Richard Carlson ... Major Ralph Forrester
Kathleen Crowley ... Jennifer McLeod
Dorothy Green ... Laura Forrester
Richard Crane ... Paul Denning
Douglas Henderson ... Leonard Walters

Herb Voland ... Judge Charles Dodge
John Lodge ... Doctor
Harry Swoger ... Sheriff Killigrew
William Boyett ... Harley

Burt Mustin ... Jebb Finney
Fred Holliday ... Telegraph Operator
Mike Ragan ... Stable Man

Harold Gould ... John Marshall Harrison
Jimmie Booth ... Deputy in Courtroom (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Assistant District Attorney (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 28: Old Cowboy

31 March 1965
Trampas feeling sorry for an old cowboy and his grandson decides to hire him at Shiloh on his own. The old man complains about the way the other hands do their jobs but his mistakes and accidents proved costly to others and Shiloh itself.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker (credit only)
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth (credit only)
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Franchot Tone ... Murdock

Bill Mumy ... Willy (as Billy Mumy)
Alan Baxter ... Northrup

Adam Williams ... Roper

L.Q. Jones ... Belden
John Bryant ... Dr. Spaulding (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 29: The Showdown

14 April 1965
The Virginian arrives in Monolith, Arizona to buy cattle from the Landers family but finds himself in the middle of a feud between them and the city Marshall Frome and his brother. The Fromes seem overbearing but maybe with a reason.it

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker (credit only)
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth (credit only)
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton (credit only)

Michael Ansara ... Marshall Merle Frome
Peter Whitney ... Jake Landers

Tom Skerritt ... Billy Landers

Leonard Nimoy ... Benjamin Frome
Barry Kelley ... Sheriff Jim Brady
Leslie Perkins ... Junie
Edward Faulkner ... Tom Landers (as Ed Faulkner)

Cal Bartlett ... Bobby Landers (as Calvin Bartlett)

Dabbs Greer ... Doc
John Pickard ... Charlie Hobkins
Don Wilbanks ... Cowboy
Jud Beaumont ... Curly Lachlin
Hal Baylor ... 1st Miner
Cecil Combs ... Wagon Driver (uncredited)
Mike Lally ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 30: We've Lost a Train

21 April 1965
This episode is a crossover with the Texas Rangers from the show Laredo. Trampas is sent by the Virginian to Mexico to return with a bull purchased by Judge Garth. While in Laredo waiting to cross over into Mexico, Trampas becomes involved in fights with three of the Texas Rangers. He ends up traveling with them into Mexico to recover money stolen from a train and to save a baby found alone on the train. This episode has a strong comedic bent to it.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Neville Brand ... Reese Bennett

Peter Brown ... Chad Cooper

William Smith ... Joe Riley

Philip Carey ... Captain Edward Parmalee

Fernando Lamas ... Captain Estrada

Rhonda Fleming ... Carmelita

Ida Lupino ... Mama Dolores

L.Q. Jones ... Belden

Bing Russell ... The Man
Alberto Morin ... Alvarez
David Renard ... The 3rd Rurale Guard
House Peters Jr. ... Bartender
David Cadiente ... First Yaqui
Holly McIntire ... The Girl
Teresa Terry ... Estallita
Priscilla Garcia ... Gaviota
Ralph Neff ... The Stable Owner
Andy Romano ... The 2nd Rurale Guard
Ruben Moreno ... The Yaqui Chief
Michael Cullen ... The Ranger
Zon Murray ... The 1st Gunman
Pete Dunn ... The 2nd Gunman
X Brands ... The 3rd Gunman
Jimmie Booth ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: The Brothers

15 September 1965
Ryker must track down a close friend and his family after the man killed an Army guard while breaking his brother out of the stockade before being shot for dereliction. After they fight off Indians, the man is forced to face the law.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton (credit only)

Robert Lansing ... Matt Denning

Andrew Prine ... Will Denning
Jan Shepard ... Ellen Denning

Kurt Russell ... Andy Denning
Hal Baylor ... Corporal Jobie
Loyal T. Lucas ... Gunny (as Loyal Lucas)
Fred Carson ... Cut Hand
Stuart Randall ... Judge Clayborn
Bill Quinn ... Prosecutor
Henry Hunter ... Defense Attorney
Jess Kirkpatrick ... Marshal Dawes
Brad Weston ... Private
Myron Healey ... Sgt. Cohane
Cecil Combs ... Townsman (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: Day of the Scorpion

22 September 1965
The Virginian accidentally kills the son of an Australian sheep rancher who has little time and love for his family. His daughter is in the middle between The Virginian who she loves and her father who barely notices her.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

John Anderson ... Adam Tercell
Maura McGiveney ... Reagan Tercell
John McLiam ... John Pierce
Sean McClory ... Cobb

Jon Locke ... Abel Tercell
Tim Donnelly ... Tippy
Edward Faulkner ... Proctor

Harold Gould ... Lacey
Jimmie Booth ... Rancher (uncredited)
Dee Cooper ... Cowhand (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 3: A Little Learning

29 September 1965
Rafe Simmons wants to learn to read so he can read his mother's diary. He quits Shiloh to move to Medicine Bow to learn from the attractive Martha Perry. However, the big man is caught in a tangle with town bullies and her ex-con husband.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton (credit only)

Albert Salmi ... Rafe Simmons

Susan Oliver ... Martha Perry
Harry Townes ... Cal Beesom

Bruce Dern ... Bert Kramer
Alice Frost ... Mrs. Kolbey

Dub Taylor ... Walt Cooper
Dave Willock ... Hank Jessop

Craig Huxley ... Kenny Beesom (as Craig Hundley)
Ed Prentiss ... Warden
Bob Hull ... Townsman
George Kirgo ... Bartender
Jo-Carol Nadel ... Cathy
Jimmy Lee Cook ... Telegraph Agent

Season 4, Episode 4: The Claim

6 October 1965
In a mid life crisis Trampas decides to quit Shiloh when his vagabond friend arrives in Medicine Bow. The two head for Deadwood and excitement where a prospector takes them but his claim is on Indian land which is illegal and dangerous.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker (credit only)
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

William Shatner ... Luke Milford

Strother Martin ... Finley

Don 'Red' Barry ... Man (as Donald Barry)
John Pickard ... Sheriff
Richard Reeves ... Sam the Bartender
E.J. André ... Trail Cook

Frank Evans ... Deadwood Bartender
Jackie Russell ... Irmetta
Melodie Johnson ... Mina
Darlene Enlow ... Daisy Ellen
Nina Seastrom ... Saloon Girl
Rodd Redwing ... Indian Spokesman
Jimmie Booth ... Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Danny Borzage ... Barfly (uncredited)
Dick Johnstone ... Old Poker Player (uncredited)
Ted Jordan ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Roulette Wheel Spinner in Saloon (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 5: The Awakening

13 October 1965
Betsy meets the broke minister David Henderson who is roaming the west looking for a calling after a turbulent history. He becomes involved with helping local miners fighting the mine management as well as Betsy who has found her calling.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton

Glenn Corbett ... David Henderson
Roberta Shore ... Betsy Garth

John Doucette ... Calder
Virginia Christine ... Nora Claypool
Jack Lambert ... Philip Pine
Ford Rainey ... Sam Claypool
Bill Coontz ... Calder Man (uncredited)
Duke Fishman ... Miner (uncredited)
Dick Johnstone ... Miner (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 6: Ring of Silence

27 October 1965
Ryker is on a stage that is stopped by a group of Mexicans who are after one of the passengers for killing one of their women. The leader knows Ryker who is proposing they let the law settle the issue but the Mexicans want justice - now.

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton (credit only)
Diane Roter ... Jennifer Summers (credit only)

James Drury ... The Virginian

Earl Holliman ... Wiley

Joyce Van Patten ... Mary Stewart

Royal Dano ... Daniels

Edward Binns ... Mike McCormick

Perry Lopez ... Sanchez Dominguez
Joe De Santis ... Juan Pablo

John Hoyt ... Mr. Marshall
Pepe Callahan ... Manuelo

Norman Leavitt ... Ragpicker
Guy Wilkerson ... Jackson City Sheriff
Heather Ames ... Lisa
Kevin Tate ... Young Boy
Joe Price ... Bartender (as Joel Price)

Season 4, Episode 7: Jennifer

3 November 1965
Judge Garth's niece Jennifer comes to live with him at Shiloh after her parents are killed in an accident. However, she is uncomfortable with her uncle who disapproved of her father. A young man she met seems to help but he has a past.

Season 4, Episode 8: Nobility of Kings

10 November 1965
Ben Justin takes over a ranch next to Shiloh. He has had a string of bad luck including the death of his first wife. His son wants to help him but Ben keeps him and his wife Mary at arms length out of fear they will see the real Ben.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton
Diane Roter ... Jennifer Sommers

Charles Bronson ... Ben Justin

Lois Nettleton ... Mary Justin

George Kennedy ... Tom 'Bear' Suchette

Vito Scotti ... Gilly
Robert Random ... Will Justin (as Bob Random)
Edward Faulkner ... Andy Proctor
Robert P. Lieb ... Mr. Howell
Davis Roberts ... Stationmaster
Russ Bender ... Doc Linell
Charles McDaniel ... Harper the Storekeeper

James Sikking ... Sanders (as James B. Sikking)
Jimmie Booth ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Herman Hack ... Party Guest (uncredited)

John Mitchum ... Bartender (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 9: Show Me a Hero

17 November 1965
While returning to Shiloh Trampas injures his horse saving a man with a runaway team. He is forced to stay a few days in a small town with the man as an old friend arrives to force the town to sign over its gambling rights to him.

James Drury ... The Virginian (credit only)

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker (credit only)
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton (credit only)
Diane Roter ... Jennifer Sommers (credit only)

Richard Beymer ... Frank Colter

Sherry Jackson ... Lois Colter

Leonard Nimoy ... Keith Bentley
Sue Randall ... Sarah Bentley
Lee Patterson ... Midge Conway

Douglas Fowley ... Sheriff Ben Tolliver (as Douglas V. Fowley)
Mort Mills ... Bert Devlin
Rex Holman ... Lonny

Ken Lynch ... Philip Leland
Lane Bradford ... Deke
John Harmon ... Trivett

John Mitchum ... Sam the Bartender
Hinton Pope ... 1st Townsman
Russ Whiteman ... 2nd Townsman
Herman Hack ... Barfly in Denver (uncredited)
Chick Hannan ... Townsman at Meeting (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Conway Gunman (uncredited)
William H. O'Brien ... Townsman at Meeting (uncredited)
Arnold Roberts ... Barfly in Denver (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Townsman at Meeting (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 10: Beyond the Border

24 November 1965
On a trip to Mexico with Trampas to pick up six palominos The Virginian becomes sick. He forced to stay at a lonely saloon and inn tended by the girl friend of a local outlaw. As he recovers she decides she would prefer life with him.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth (credit only)

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker (credit only)
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton (credit only)
Diane Roter ... Jennifer Sommers (credit only)

Thomas Gomez ... Fedencio

Joan Staley ... Maggie

Joe Mantell ... Aaron

Michael Forest ... Zach Wheeler
Gregg Palmer ... Cal
Chris Alcaide ... Howard Heller
Jimmy Lee Cook ... Bartender
Gene Coogan ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 11: The Dream of Stavros Karas

1 December 1965
Widower Stavros Karas has agreed with a friend in Greece to marry his daughter. He told his friend he had a nice place but in reality he has little and needs water from his neighbor whose son falls for his young and beautiful bride.

James Drury ... The Virginian (credit only)

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton
Diane Roter ... Jennifer Sommers

Michael Constantine ... Stavros Karas

Louise Sorel ... Eleni Niarcos
John Anthony Hayes ... Sam Cousins (as Anthony Hayes)
Russ Conway ... Charley Cousins
Vicki Malkin ... Sophie Karas
Joey Russo ... Yanko Karas
Helena Carroll ... Lucille (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 12: The Laramie Road

8 December 1965
Two tramps kill the wife of Ev Clinchy provoking the ire of Ev and his friend Hezekiah who want to lynch them. The sheriff keeps them at bay but when he is killed it is up to Ryker to protect the men against his close friends for trial.

James Drury ... The Virginian

Lee J. Cobb ... Judge Henry Garth

Doug McClure ... Trampas (credit only)

Clu Gulager ... Emmett Ryker
Randy Boone ... Randy Benton (credit only)
Diane Roter ... Jennifer Sommers (credit only)

Leslie Nielsen ... Harry Lightfoot

Harold J. Stone ... Ev Clinchy

Claude Akins ... Hezekiah
Berkeley Harris ... Arnold 'Crouch' Hudkins

Margaret Blye ... Velvet-Rose
Marge Redmond ... Mary Clinchy
Harlan Warde ... Sheriff John Brannan
Rory Stevens ... Timothy Clinchy
Shug Fisher ... Mr. Peterson
Jimmy Joyce ...