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Season: 1 | 2
Year: 1965 | 1966


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Survival

24 January 1965
Jason McCord is traveling through the desert when he comes upon a dead horse. He follows the trail of footprints and comes across a tired, thirsty man. His name is Colbee and he and McCord strike out together to make the next town before their water runs out. He's a family man with a wife and daughter and his fear of not seeing them again forces him to steal the horse and water and leave Jason in the desert.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Alex Cord ... Jed Colbee
Robert Carricart ... Navajo
Janet De Gore ... Sally Colbee

Harry Harvey ... Stable Owner (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Valerie Szabo ... Jessie Colbee

John Howard ... Cavalry Colonel (Opening Court Martial Scene) (uncredited)
Chalky Williams ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: The Vindicators

31 January 1965
Ned Travis is a reporter for the New York Herald who's made something of a career for himself writing about Jason McCord and Bitter Creek. He wants McCord to tell him the truth about what it's like to be the most hated man in the territory and what really happened at Bitter Creek. McCord won't talk so Travis goes to Mrs. Pritchett whose husband Lt. John Pritchett was killed at Bitter Creek. She shows him letters which could tell the true story of the incident once and for all but McCord has reasons of his own for not wanting the truth to be revealed.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

June Lockhart ... Sue Pritchett

Claude Akins ... Ned Travis

John Litel ... Gen. James Reed

Harry Carey Jr. ... Lt. John Pritchett
Johnny Jensen ... Johnny Pritchett

John Pickard ... Sergeant
Charles Thompson ... Telegrapher
Robert Random ... Soldier (as Bob Random)
William Meader ... Witness (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: The Test

7 February 1965
Attacked by drunken Commanches while traveling alone, McCord seeks shelter behind a wagon driven by a local priest. McCord kills 3 of the assailants, which puts the padre in a dangerous position: his mission has a school for the tribe's children. Ex-Cavalryman McCord and the minister are both named Jason, and immediately strike a bond when the pacifist Father Durant reveals he rejected Cavalry life for the cloth.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord
Jason Evers ... Father Jason Durant
Joe De Santis ... Chief Looking Glass

Jay Silverheels ... Wild Horse
Michael Keep ... Bold Eagle
Alberto Monte ... Indian
John War Eagle ... Medicine Man
Cherokee Landrum ... Indian (uncredited)
Milan Smith ... Indian (uncredited)
Lucian Tiger ... Indian (uncredited)
Tony Urchel ... Indian (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: Rules of the Game

14 February 1965
Jason rides into McKinnley one day to see an old friend, but he becomes personally involved when Charlie Vance begins talking rough to her and ordering her around. Then after Vance is killed, Jason is accused of murder.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Jeanne Cooper ... Elsie Baron
Brad Weston ... Charlie Vance

L.Q. Jones ... Miles

Russ Conway ... Sheriff Joe Pollard
Harry Bartell ... The Mayor

Kathy Garver ... Ginny Pollard

Arthur Peterson ... Harkness
Irene Tedrow ... Mrs. Wilcox
Helen Kleeb ... Mrs. Bryan

Cal Bartlett ... Ben Vance
Robert F. Hoy ... Cody Vance (as Robert Hoy)
William Meader ... Townsman (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)
George Tracy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 5: The Bounty

21 February 1965
Jason is "arrested" by a "friendly" bounty hunter who announces some unknown man has put $5000 on his head.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord
Pat Conway ... Johnny Dolan

Gene Evans ... Matthew Paxton

Michael Ansara ... Thomas Frye
Juli Reding ... Liz
Charles Maxwell ... Andy Starrett
Regis Parton ... Vince Starrett (as Reg Parton)
Pete Kellett ... Gil Starrett
Duane Grey ... The Sheriff
Jimmie Booth ... Barfly (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Barfly (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 6: Leap Upon Mountains....

28 February 1965
Jason helps a widowed woman after he discovers some men are trying to force her to sell her land.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Joan Leslie ... Emily Cooper

John Ireland ... Renger

Chris Alcaide ... Karp
Claude Hall ... Buckrum

Michael Masters ... Sheriff (as Mike Masters)
Alex Sharp ... Lathe

Bill Hart ... Chet

Harry Carey Jr. ... Lt. John Pritchett (uncredited)
Lionel Decker ... Barber (uncredited)

John Litel ... Gen. James Reed (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 7: Coward Step Aside

7 March 1965
The whole town runs to a silver mine to get rich and leaves the town practically abandoned. A gang of robbers find it a convenient time to rob the bank, and the leader orders Deputy Marshal Clay Holden to allow it to happen. Deputy Holden is still wet behind the ears and agrees to go along with them in order to keep the gang from burning down the town. When he goes to get Jason McCord's gun, however, Jason forces him to tell him everything. Jason then asks Deputy Holdon to trust him.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Johnny Crawford ... Deputy Sheriff Clay Holden
Skip Homeier ... Luke Garrett (as G.V. Homeier)

Richard Arlen ... Hatton
Charla Doherty ... Karin

Allen Jaffe ... Topaz
Dennis Cross ... Webb
Ron Perranoski ... Lennart
Mel Ruick ... Bates (as Melville Ruick)
Harry Fleer ... Adams
Sol Gorss ... Ward (uncredited)
Loyal T. Lucas ... Stoner (uncredited)
Mathew McCue ... Townsman (uncredited)
Robert Nash ... Jenkins (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 8: The Mission: Part 1

14 March 1965
A chain of events leads Jason McCord to the White House standing in front of President Grant, and it all starts when an old flame comes back into his life. She announces that her father, Senator Lansing, has a job for him.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord
Kamala Devi ... Laurette Lansing

Macdonald Carey ... Sen. Lansing

John Carradine ... Gen. Josh McCord
Robert Q. Lewis ... Ray Hatch
Jon Lormer ... Col. Harry S. Snow
William Bryant ... President Ulysses S. Grant
George Bruggeman ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Bill Hickman ... Secret Service Agent (uncredited)

Chuck Hicks ... Brawler (uncredited)
Pete Kellett ... Cowboy (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Party Guest (uncredited)
Sydney Smith ... Senator (uncredited)
Maja Stewart ... Elena (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 9: The Mission: Part 2

21 March 1965
President Grant gives McCord an important mission in Mexico. The mission is highly secret, and when over, will deem him both a coward and a traitor. Jason takes the job, but soon learns the mission will be much more difficult than he thought.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Peter Breck ... Crispo

John Carradine ... Gen. Josh McCord

Cesar Romero ... Gen. Arriola

H.M. Wynant ... Brissac
Jon Lormer ... Col. Harry S. Snow
William Bryant ... President Ulysses S. Grant
Nick Borgani ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jack Lilley ... Townsman (uncredited)
Montie Plyler ... Angulia (uncredited)
Maja Stewart ... Elena (uncredited)
Bruno VeSota ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 10: The Mission: Part 3

28 March 1965
Jason soon find he's in over his head when he decides to go on with the Mission after the events that happened the day before. It soon becomes a matter of life or death for the ex-army Captain.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Wendell Corey ... Maj. Whitcomb

Peter Breck ... Crispo

Rochelle Hudson ... Alice Whitcomb

Patrick Wayne ... Cpl. Dewey

H.M. Wynant ... Brissac

Steven Marlo ... Pvt. Tyler
Bill Coontz ... Trooper (uncredited)
Charles Horvath ... Guard (uncredited)
Pete Kellett ... Trooper (uncredited)
Montie Plyler ... Angulia (uncredited)
Maja Stewart ... Elena (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Trooper (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The First Kill

4 April 1965
Jason meets the family of the first man he ever killed and finds just how deeply the living was wounded.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Chad Everett ... Adam Manning / Tad Manning
James Dunn ... Sam Manning

John Pickard ... Rand
Howard Johnson ... Poker Player
Pete Kellett ... Bartender
Nick Borgani ... Barfly (uncredited)

Chuck Hamilton ... Barfly (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 12: Very Few Heroes

11 April 1965
A woman who hates Jason because her brother died at Bitter Creek must now turn to him for help.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord
Kathryn Hays ... Christina Adams
Tom Drake ... Jordan Payne
William Cort ... Alan Winters

Bing Russell ... Thomas Teal
Jay Jostyn ... The Judge

Bill Hickman ... Ensor
Stuart Lancaster ... Sgt. Chase

Lovyss Bradley ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
John Breen ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Noble 'Kid' Chissell ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Chuck Hamilton ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Fighter (uncredited)
Rudy Sooter ... Trial Spectator (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 13: One Way Out

18 April 1965
Jason rides into a ghost town after receiving a letter about a job. He discovers a man and two sons who are seeking revenge for Bitter Creek in a strange way.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

John Dehner ... Joshua Murdock

Jim Davis ... Malachi Murdock
Paul Brent ... Micah Murdock

Iron Eyes Cody ... Grey Eagle
X Brands ... Red Arm

Eddie Little Sky ... Blue Hawk

Season 1, Episode 14: That the Brave Endure

25 April 1965
A West Point cadet maintains that McCord wasn't a coward, leading the USMA to sentence the youngster to be drummed out, unless he apologizes to Professor Beecher, his history teacher. Given a 30 day sabbatical to decide, Cadet Bain tracks down McCord to a failing silver mine, which the Great Stoneface hopes to revive. But extracting answers from McCord about the disastrous Battle of Bitter Creek, may be as tough as solving the mystery of the mine's constant flooding.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Tommy Sands ... Richard Bain

Marie Windsor ... Carrie Milligan

Douglas Fowley ... Jed Peck

Don Collier ... Wilkes

Willard Sage ... The Major
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Cole (as Boyd Morgan)
Archie Butler ... Barfly (uncredited)
Bill Coontz ... Barfly (uncredited)

Chuck Hamilton ... Barfly (uncredited)
Troy Melton ... Barfly (uncredited)
John Quijada ... Barfly (uncredited)
Robert Robinson ... Miner (uncredited)
Phil Schumacher ... Barfly (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Barfly (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: A Taste of Poison

2 May 1965
At a well, which young bucks on the warpath may have poisoned, McCord and a female doctor are surrounded by the warriors. McCord was escorting her to a colleague's desert office, but they came across the male physician, killed by arrows. The pair have used up almost all their water, caring for the wounded cavalryman they found with Dr. Marshal. Already at the oasis are a duplicitous pair of prospectors, and a tiny old man with kyphosis.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord
Carol Eve Rossen ... Dr. Evelyn Cole (as Carol Rossen)
Clarke Gordon ... Howland

Stuart Margolin ... Cavalry Officer--wrongly billed on-screen as 'Taeger'
Joseph V. Perry ... Taeger--wrongly billed on-screen as 'Cavalry Officer' (as Joseph Perry)
Walter Burke ... Luke

Eddie Little Sky ... Indian (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Price of a Name

23 May 1965
Lucy Benson wants to hire Jason to help her develop her town, but Jason soon finds he is now wanted there when he's beaten, then later robbed of a large some of money and his horse. He insists on staying, even though everyone seems to be encouraging him to leave.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord
Marilyn Maxwell ... Lucy Benson

Keith Andes ... Roy Harris
Don Megowan ... Carruthers
Charles Fredericks ... The Boss
Donald Douglas ... Banker Lucas (as Don Douglas)
Jay Sullivan ... The Shopkeeper
Jimmie Booth ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Forest Burns ... Cowhand (uncredited)
Jess Kirkpatrick ... Pete (uncredited)
Jack Tornek ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Judge Not

12 September 1965
After hitching a ride on a stage coach bound for Fort Worth, Jason gets in the middle of a gunfight. Before all is said and done, the driver, shotgun man, and Texas Ranger are all dead. Jason must now take charge of the prisoner, but that task is easier said than done!

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Warren Oates ... Pierce / Frank

Kathleen Crowley ... Laura Rock
Tom Drake ... Major Tom Rock

Harry Harvey ... Station Master Potter (as Harry Harvey Sr.)

Willard Sage ... Texas Ranger Tuttle
Clint Sharp ... Stage Driver
Bill Coontz ... Outlaw (uncredited)
Lou Roberson ... Shotgun (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Now Join the Human Race

19 September 1965
Jason sets out to help an Indian friend, Red Hand, escape death by an a Major filled with hate. He sets out to help Red Hand prove he is a human, with a judge's help; but the Major's hate stands in his way.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Burt Reynolds ... Red Hand

Noah Beery Jr. ... Maj. Lynch (as Noah Beery)
Jon Lormer ... Judge Markham

James Anderson ... Lt. Garrett
Ann Morell ... Snow Child (as Anne Morell)
Ted Jordan ... Sgt. Mayhew (uncredited)
Clint Sharp ... Trooper (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey ... Hotel Clerk (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Mightier Than the Sword

26 September 1965
Jason rides into a town to visit an old friend who stood up for him at his court martial, but he soon learns that his friend has died and his daughter is alone fighting against a town who's being controlled by one man - power hungry Paul Mandell.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Lola Albright ... Ann Williams

Kevin Hagen ... Paul Mandell
Mike Lane ... Trask (as Michael Lane)
Charles Horvath ... Deke
Ed McCready ... Anders
Maureen Arthur ... Teddi Stafford
Walter Bacon ... Townsman (uncredited)
Nick Borgani ... Townsman (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Townsman (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Townsman (uncredited)
Chalky Williams ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: I Killed Jason McCord

3 October 1965
Jason is hit in the head with a rock by an outlaw while getting a drink of water at the lake, and his horse is stolen. Upon arriving in town, he quickly learns his assaulter and thief is dead, and a man is being credited for killing Jason McCord.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Karen Steele ... Lorrie Heller

Larry Pennell ... Tuck Fraser
Baynes Barron ... Fred - Sheriff
Billy Beck ... Bert Gibbons
Alex Sharp ... Matt Hawley

Lee Delano ... Carter

Bruce Bennett ... Archie Fletcher

Chuck Hamilton ... Barfly (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Barfly (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: The Bar Sinister

10 October 1965
Jason helps a woman and her young charge, Jimmy Whitlaw after Jimmy's father dies of the fever. Sam Whitlaw owned a lot of water rights, and Jason believes that is the reason Mayor Caleb Reymer is trying to take Jimmy away from the Indian woman who was helping raise him. But Jason is in for a surprise, and must then prepare Jimmy for it as well.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Stephen McNally ... Mayor Caleb Reymer

Marian Seldes ... Neela
Michel Petit ... Jimmy Whitlaw
Paulle Clark ... Hannah Reymer
Howard Curtis ... Huber Mills
William Gwinn ... Kern
Rick Johnson ... Peter Foley
Ron Johnson ... Paul Foley
Deirdre Cole ... Becky
Walter F. O'Malley ... The Doctor

Chuck Hamilton ... Townsman (uncredited)

Bill Hart ... Gunman (uncredited)
Richard LaMarr ... Townsman (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Townsman (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Sailor Vincent ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Seward's Folly

17 October 1965
Jason travels to Seattle to give William Henry Seward and Leslie Gregg his report of the survey results of Alaska. But his friend, Rufus I. Pitkin, gets drunk and spills the beans to two men who could destroy the 'American Dream.'

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Coleen Gray ... Leslie Gregg

J. Pat O'Malley ... Rufus I. Pitkin

Ian Wolfe ... William Henry Seward
Charles Maxwell ... Sobel
Robert F. Hoy ... Grimes (as Robert Hoy)
Joel Marston ... Hotel Clerk
Lulu Porter ... Millie

Chuck Hamilton ... Barfly (uncredited)
Chester Hayes ... Barfly (uncredited)
Murray Pollack ... Barfly (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Barfly (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Bartender (uncredited)
Chalky Williams ... Barfly (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Salute the Soldier Briefly

24 October 1965
While looking for work, Jason comes upon some miners performing a Kangaroo court on a man who they believed killed a fellow miner after a poker game went sour the night before. But Jason soon learns that the man may have witnessed the entire massacre at Bitter Creek.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Michael Rennie ... Charles Briswell

Jim Davis ... Wheeler

John Pickard ... Lt. Shanley
Claude Hall ... Sample
John Mitchum ... Slate

Chuck Hamilton ... Daygan

Season 2, Episode 8: The Richest Man in Boot Hill

31 October 1965
Jason meets up with an old friend, and together they must deal with Jason's reputation as a coward if they are to put an end to a bank robbery.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

J. Pat O'Malley ... Rufus I. Pitkin

Richard Bakalyan ... Roy Barlow

Lee Van Cleef ... Fred Slater

Jack Lambert ... Marty Slater

William Henry ... The Sheriff
John Indrisano ... Howie
Fred Carson ... Scotty (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Fill No Glass for Me: Part 1

7 November 1965
After trying to rescue Jason, Corporal Macon finds himself facing the biggest trial of his life. The Indians now have both the white and black soldier captured, and the test of the hawk versus the eagle will mean sure death to one of them.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Greg Morris ... Corp. Johnny Macon
Michael Keep ... Chief Wateekah
Duncan McLeod ... Major Brackham

Henry Brandon ... Cleve

Harry Lauter ... Dart (as Harry T. Lauter)

Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez ... Jose
Davis Roberts ... Hawkins (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 10: Fill No Glass for Me: Part 2

14 November 1965
After trying to rescue Jason, Corporal Macon finds himself facing the biggest trial of his life. The Indians now have both the white and black soldier captured, and the test of the hawk versus the eagle will mean sure death to one of them.

Season 2, Episode 11: The Greatest Coward on Earth

21 November 1965
While attending a circus performance, Jason impresses P. T. Barnum after licking the wrestling champion, but refuses his offer as the new champion. Later, Jason learns Bernum has a new performance: a reenactment of Bitter Creek.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Pat O'Brien ... Phineas T. Barnum

Dick Clark ... J.A. Bailey
James Chandler ... Charlie Stark

I. Stanford Jolley ... Enos Scoggins
John Morley ... Coutts

Victor Izay ... Hotel Clerk
Pamela Curran ... Princess Salome
Michelle Breeze ... Circus Patron (uncredited)
Bill Catching ... Rube (uncredited)

Chuck Hicks ... Young Samson (uncredited)
Hugh Langtry ... Preston (uncredited)
Max Lewin ... Harrison (uncredited)
Angelo Rossitto ... Shooting Gallery Man (uncredited)
Cap Somers ... Circus Patron (uncredited)
Wally West ... Circus Mirror (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: $10,000 for Durango

28 November 1965
After selling a herd of cattle for his boss, Jason goes into town to cash the check for #10,000 dollars, only to meet a damsel in distress. Then the bank is held up while he, the damsel, and the sheriff are in the bank. Jason rids out after the outlaws to get his $10,000 back and rides in to more trouble.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Lloyd Bochner ... Frank Ross

Martha Hyer ... Callie Clay

Gregg Palmer ... Doc
Edwin Cook ... Tiny Bradford
Pete Dunn ... Taylor
Montie Plyler ... Morgan

John Agar ... The Sheriff
James Drake ... Deputy Sheriff (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 13: Romany Roundup: Part 1

5 December 1965
Jason announces to a rich land owner that the governor had sent him to survey his land. The governor get's angry, but states it's nothing personal. That is until Jason makes it personal by stepping in to defend a gypsy Shields was punishing for courting his daughter. Jason suddenly finds himself on the side of the gypsies, fighting against Shields.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Gary Merrill ... Aaron Shields
Nico Minardos ... Kolyan
Joan Huntington ... Lisa

Ahna Capri ... Robin Shields (as Anna Capri)
Alan Baxter ... The Sheriff
Raikin Ben-Ari ... Lazar (as Ben-Ari)
Casey Tibbs ... The Cowboy

Don Collier ... Jud Foley
Rudy Germane ... Rancher (uncredited)

Chuck Hamilton ... Rancher (uncredited)

Michael J. Pollard ... Digby Popham (uncredited)
John Roy ... Rancher (uncredited)
Alex Sharp ... Cowboy (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Rancher (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 14: Romany Roundup: Part 2

12 December 1965
After Kolyan trades his jewel box for $300 with Robin Shields, Aaron Shields is infuriated and wants the gypsies to leave immediately, but Jason soon finds he needs to intervene if he's to stop the gypsies from making a terrible mistake.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Gary Merrill ... Aaron Shields
Nico Minardos ... Kolyan
Joan Huntington ... Lisa

Ahna Capri ... Robin Shields (as Anna Capri)
Alan Baxter ... The Sheriff

Don Collier ... Jud Foley

Michael J. Pollard ... Digby Popham (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 15: A Proud Town

19 December 1965
After Jason meets two children on a cold winter day, two days before Christmas, he takes them back to where they had run away from and helps the boy get to the truth about Randy Stoddard and exactly how he was shot. Along with that, Jason helps Julius Perrin, running a makeshift orphanage, fight Randy's father, Martin, who is trying to run Perrin out of town.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord
Ludwig Donath ... Julius Perrin
Ken Mayer ... Martin Stoddard

Pat Cardi ... Mike
Pamelyn Ferdin ... Abigail
Robert Gross ... Randy Stoddard
Carol Brewster ... Grace Stoddard
Jay Jostyn ... Dr. Ben Coats

William Henry ... Regan
William Harlow ... Mr. Bolger
Charles Horvath ... Shay

Season 2, Episode 16: The Golden Fleece

2 January 1966
McCord is picked up by a group of soldiers who say they will try him not only for cowardice in the deadly Indian raid that killed everyone but him, but for complicity in planning it! However, the action is a ruse set up by President Ulysses S. Grant himself (Grant and McCord's father are longtime Army buddies and Grant believes in McCord). The object is to fool a fellow prisoner, a treasury agent for the long-gone Confederate government, into revealing the location of some $300,000 in gold bullion which he secreted and which the national government desperately needs to avert a financial panic. Trouble ensues when some of the soldiers also find out about the gold and plan to steal it (and kill the witnesses) after it is dug up.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord
Harry Townes ... Randall Kirby
William Phipps ... Capt. Brooks

Bing Russell ... Sheriff Gorman
Frank Gerstle ... Maj. Meade
Sydney Smith ... Secretary Richardson
Harvey Grant ... Hank (as Hank Grant)
Bob Hall ... Bob (as Bob Hull)
William Bryant ... President Ulysses S. Grant
John Hudkins ... Soldier (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Soldier (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 17: The Wolfers

9 January 1966
Jason comes upon a woman, a white Indian, tied up and rescues her. She tells him three wolfer brothers had kidnapped her and done unspeakable things to her. Jason attempts to take her back to her people, but finds he has to kill three wolfers to get the job done.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Bruce Dern ... Les
Zeme North ... White Fawn

Morgan Woodward ... Clyde
Charles Horvath ... Jud

Nick Dimitri ... Young Hawk
Foster Hood ... Indian

Season 2, Episode 18: This Stage of Fools

16 January 1966
Jason get mixed up in the aftermath of President Lincoln's assassination when he agrees to take a job to protect a man out for revenge against those who 'helped' his brother, John Wilkes Booth, kill the President of the United States.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Martin Landau ... Edwin Booth

Rex Ingram ... Hannibal

Chris Alcaide ... John F. Parker

Nicolas Surovy ... Vinnie Stamp
Hagen Smith ... Ginger

Bill Hickman ... Donegan (as William Hickman)
William Harlow ... Townsman
George Tracy ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 19: A Destiny Which Made Us Brothers

23 January 1966
After soldiers enter his hotel room in the dead of night, Jason is reminded of events one night ten years ago when he was a Lieutenant in the Civil War. It was a strange bonding that would forever leave him bonded with an important General.

Season 2, Episode 20: McCord's Way

30 January 1966
Jason rides into Silverton in time to see a gunfighter kill the town Sheriff. When Jason takes control of the situation and kills the gunfighter, he's asked to hire on as the town's new Sheriff. Jason makes sure they understand it's just for two weeks before he rides on. But trouble brews when the town doesn't agree with Jason's methods.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Mona Freeman ... Dora Kendall

Tom Reese ... Jess Muhler

Willard Sage ... Wes Trent

Ben Johnson ... Bill Latigo
James Beck ... Deputy Bill Tomlin
Robert Swan ... Bud Lee
Henry Capps ... Joe Latigo
Rocky Young ... Tommy Kendall

Craig Huxley ... Rob (as Chris Hundley)

Chuck Hamilton ... Townsman (uncredited)
Whitey Hughes ... Townsman (uncredited)
Michael Jeffers ... Townsman (uncredited)

Tom Steele ... Sheriff Dave Baker (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 21: Nice Day for a Hanging

6 February 1966
After hearing his friend is about to be hung for murder, Jason rides into town in time to see the hanging and realizes he must try to heal the severed bond between a father and son before it's too late. But the father doesn't want anything to do with his son, causing pent up anger that may just turn the son to the wrong side of the law unless Jason can stop it.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord
Whitney Blake ... Nan Richards

Beau Bridges ... Lon Allison
Rusty Lane ... Sheriff
William Baskin ... Tiny (as Wm. Tiny Baskin)

Dick Miller ... Wrangler (as Richard Miller)

James Anderson ... Frank Allison
Rudy Germane ... Townsman (uncredited)

Chuck Hamilton ... Townsman (uncredited)
Billy McCoy ... Townsman (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre ... Townsman (uncredited)
Clint Sharp ... Townsman (uncredited)

George Sowards ... Townsman (uncredited)
Joe Walls ... Townsman (uncredited)
Chalky Williams ... Townsman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 22: Barbed Wire

13 February 1966
A feud between two wealthy and powerful ranchers reaches a new level when one of them (McCord's friend) imports barbed wire from the East and plans to use it to fence in his herd. The other rancher, believing in the open range and gathering up as many unbranded "mavericks" as possible en route to market, sets up a stampede to wipe out the new fence, and who cares about the consequences. Sherry Jackson plays the young wife of the friendly rancher, who takes matters literally into her own hands with near-disastrous results.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Rod Cameron ... Holland Thorp

Leif Erickson ... Roy Beckwith

Lane Bradford ... Kilgore
Ted Jordan ... Smoky
Roy Gleason ... Howie

Sherry Jackson ... Nell Beckwith

Season 2, Episode 23: Yellow for Courage

20 February 1966
Jason brings fear on the town when he brings a sick friend in to see a female doctor, whom the town believes is not a good doctor. After his friend dies and she determines Jason is now ill, he agrees to stay under her care so she can treat him with medication that will help cure him, but Jason has many obstacles he must fight if he wants to stay alive!

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Patricia Medina ... Dr. Karen L. Miller

Michael Forest ... Newt Woolery

Harry Harvey ... Doc Shackley (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
Dirk Evans ... Bernie--Sheriff

Victor Izay ... Banker
Boyd 'Red' Morgan ... Collins (as Red Morgan)
Stuart Lancaster ... Ab Beckett

Season 2, Episode 24: Call to Glory: Part 1

27 February 1966
President Grant again sends for Jason's help. While talking, Jason is told that General Custer may be performing an Indian attack soon. Jason at first refuses to deceive his friend Custer by spying on him, but after listening to Custer and Grant talk with General Sheridan, Jason is convinced he must do as Grant requested in order to save his friend from making a terrible mistake.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Robert Lansing ... General George Armstrong Custer

Kathie Browne ... Jennie Galvin

H.M. Wynant ... Lionel MacAllister

Lee Van Cleef ... Charlie Yates

David Brian ... Gregory Hazin

Michael Pate ... Chief Crazy Horse

John Pickard ... General Phil Sheridan

Vaughn Taylor ... Timothy Galvin
Richard Tatro ... Lieutenant Douglas Briggs
Jacquelyn Hyde ... Libby Custer
Gary New ... Young Hawk
William Bryant ... President Ulysses S. Grant
James Hurst ... Lieutenant Cable (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Officer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 25: Call to Glory: Part 2

6 March 1966
Things are heating up between Custer and the Indians. Custer is becoming a loose cannon, and things are about to come to a head. A chain of events leads Jason on a desperate journey to get to the truth of just who is trying to set General Custer up to raid the Indians.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Robert Lansing ... General George Armstrong Custer

Kathie Browne ... Jennie Galvin

H.M. Wynant ... Lionel MacAllister

Lee Van Cleef ... Charlie Yates

David Brian ... Gregory Hazin

Michael Pate ... Chief Crazy Horse

John Pickard ... General Phil Sheridan

Vaughn Taylor ... Timothy Galvin
Richard Tatro ... Lieutenant Douglas Briggs
Jacquelyn Hyde ... Libby Custer
James Hurst ... Lieutenant Cable (uncredited)
Gary New ... Young Hawk (uncredited)
Edwin Rochelle ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 26: Call to Glory: Part 3

13 March 1966
Custer is on his way to fight the Sioux Indians. Jason talks to the Sioux and discovers they are not the ones guilty of the latest events at Fort Lincoln. Jason must warn Custer of the truth, but learns more truths on his way. Can Custer and Jason get to the bottom of things before it's too late?

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Robert Lansing ... General George Armstrong Custer

Kathie Browne ... Jennie Galvin

H.M. Wynant ... Lionel MacAllister

Lee Van Cleef ... Charlie Yates

David Brian ... Gregory Hazin

Michael Pate ... Chief Crazy Horse
Felix Locher ... Sitting Bull
Richard Tatro ... Lieutenant Douglas Briggs
Gary New ... Young Hawk
William Bryant ... President Ulysses S. Grant (uncredited)

Bill Hart ... Henchman (uncredited)
James Hurst ... Lieutenant Cable (uncredited)
Jacquelyn Hyde ... Libby Custer (uncredited)
Pete Kellett ... Henchman (uncredited)

John Pickard ... General Phil Sheridan (uncredited)
Lucian Tiger ... Trial Council Member (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 27: The Ghost of Murietta

20 March 1966
Jason is in Los Angeles to help Senor Ramirez from Mexico transport $25,000 in gold, but when a desperate group of teenagers learn of their plan the hash a dangerous plan of their own. The results are fatal.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Dolores del Rio ... Antonia Molinera

Jose De Vega ... Juan Molinera

Rafael Campos ... Luis
Linda Dangcil ... Rosita

George Petrie ... Hartley
Robert Tafur ... Ramirez
George de Anda ... Pablo

Ben Welden ... Vega
Bruno VeSota ... Gunsmith (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 28: The Assassins: Part 1

27 March 1966
A Washington, D.C. Western? Yes. McCord and his retired-general father are called to the nation's capital by President Ulysses S. Grant, who plans to develop the West by opening up the Federally-owned (and Indian-held) Black Hills for prospecting. Grant, who by this time had numerous enemies, picks up even more from Western big shots who hoped to exploit the Black Hills on their own, which leads to an assassination attempt while he is driving his carriage one night.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord
Kamala Devi ... Laurette Ashley

Peter Graves ... Senator Keith Ashley

John Carradine ... General Joshua McCord
William Bryant ... President Ulysses S. Grant

Jim Davis ... James Swaney
Carlos Rivas ... Dr. Felix Cueverra
Margarita Cordova ... Socorro Cueverra
Michael Ross ... Jim Randall (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 29: The Assassins: Part 2

3 April 1966
Jason connects the attempt on the President in the previous episode to operatives from Cuba connected to Sen. Ashley on the day before an energetic demonstration of fencing planned for an evening presidential costume party.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord
Kamala Devi ... Laurette Ashley

Peter Graves ... Senator Keith Ashley

John Carradine ... Gen. Joshua McCord
William Bryant ... President Ulysses S. Grant

Jim Davis ... James Swaney
Carlos Rivas ... Dr. Felix Cueverra
Margarita Cordova ... Socorro Cueverra
Dick Cangey ... Gate Guard at Party (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 30: Headed for Doomsday

10 April 1966
Jason arrives in Indian Territory to listen to famous newspaper reporter, Horace Greeley, give a speech. Greeley is famous for his petition that the "red man" should be treated as equal with his white brother. But Jason stops an assassination attempt and soon find himself involved in solving the mystery of who is trying to kill the reporter. Boy, is everyone shocked when they discover just WHO was involved!

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Burgess Meredith ... Horace Greeley

Carol Ohmart ... Laureen Macklin
Robert Q. Lewis ... Satterfield
Bruno VeSota ... Laird Sawyer

Russ McCubbin ... Fred Turner
Sol Gorss ... Mason (as Saul Gorss)

Michael Masters ... Miller (as Mike Masters)
Lou Cordileone ... The Deputy
Bill Coontz ... Sheriff (uncredited)
Bert Madrid ... Indian at Gathering (uncredited)
Leo V. Matranga ... Menafee (uncredited)
Charles Soldani ... Indian (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 31: Cowards Die Many Times

17 April 1966
Jason arrives 'home' and gets reacquainted with Ann as he begins a job surveying land for a railroad. Ann is happy for him, but Ted Evers is not. Ted has a freight company, which he knows he will lose if the railroad comes. He sinks to very low levels to keep Jason from letting that happen. Ann fears that the love of her life she is trying to get to settle down is now gone for good.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Lola Albright ... Ann Williams

John Ireland ... Ted Evers

William 'Billy' Benedict ... Hogan (as William Benedict)
Bill Catching ... Deke
Luke Saucier ... Midge
Alex Sharp ... Sergeant

Season 2, Episode 32: Kellie

24 April 1966
A teenaged girl who, along with Jason McCord, is being held hostage by bandits.

Chuck Connors ... Jason McCord

Lola Albright ... Ann Williams

John Carradine ... General Joshua McCord

Morgan Brittany ... Kellie (as Suzanne Cupito)
Lincoln Demyan ... Conway
Billy Beck ... Mouse
Dick Cangey ... Grant

Victor French ... Sheriff
Richard Webb ... Trask
Michael Ross ... Boy's Father (unconfirmed)

Leon Alton ... Townsman (uncredited)
Sid Troy ... Printer (uncredited)

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