IMDb > "Daktari" (1966) > Episodes cast

Episodes cast for
"Daktari" (1966) More at IMDbPro »

Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | unknown
Year: 1966 | 1967 | 1968 | 1969


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The Elephant Thieves

11 January 1966


Marshall Thompson ... Dr. Marsh Tracy
Cheryl Miller ... Paula Tracy
Lane Bradford ... Frank Tabor
Dan Ferrone ... Mark Tabor
Hedley Mattingly ... District Officer Hedley
Hari Rhodes ... Mike
Yale Summers ... Jack Dane
Modoc ... Elephant / Herself (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Predator of Wameru

18 January 1966
Dr. Tracy sets out after a poacher, who has set dozens of animal traps all over the reserve.

Season 1, Episode 3: The Killer Lion

25 January 1966


Marshall Thompson ... Dr. Marsh Tracy
Cheryl Miller ... Paula Tracy
Yale Summers ... Jack Dane
Hedley Mattingly ... District Officer Hedley

Alan Napier ... Roger Ealing
John McLiam ... Sean Murphy
Don Marshall ... Luke

Season 1, Episode 4: Adventure of the Lion Cubs

1 February 1966
Dr. Tracy and Jack Dane come across three lion cubs whose mother has been snared in a poacher's trap.

Season 1, Episode 5: Trail of the Cheetah

8 February 1966


Marshall Thompson ... Dr. Marsh Tracy
Cheryl Miller ... Paula Tracy
Yale Summers ... Jack Dane
Hedley Mattingly ... District Officer Hedley

Dina Merrill ... Janet Lorne
Ron Hayes ... Roy Meadows
Don Marshall ... Luke

Robert DoQui ... Askari Sergeant (as Bob DoQui)
Jon Chevron ... Bus Driver

Season 1, Episode 6: Leopard of Madla George

15 February 1966


Marshall Thompson ... Dr. Marsh Tracy
Cheryl Miller ... Paula Tracy
Yale Summers ... Jack Dane
Hedley Mattingly ... District Officer Hedley

Marian McCargo ... Dr. Teresa Warren (as Marian Moses)
Harry Lauter ... Theo Banhoof
Peter Brocco ... Dr. Gene Barr
Otis Young ... Mtaga
Hari Rhodes ... Mike Makula

Season 1, Episode 7: The Diamond Smugglers

1 March 1966
Dr. Tracy pays a visit to two Frenchman who say they are paleontologists, but who are actually diamond smugglers.

Season 1, Episode 8: The Chimp Who Went Ape

8 March 1966
Baby animals start disappearing from the camp and turning up in a native village as pets. Hedley is asked to solve the mystery by Dr. Tracy.

Season 1, Episode 9: The Killer Dog

15 March 1966
A foul-tempered farmer has trained his German shepherd dog to attack any and all animals from the Wameru reserve. Paula and Jack Dane find the animal caught in a poacher's snare, rescue it, and take it back to Dr. Tracy to be treated and, more importantly, re-trained--a prospect that's not likely to sit well with the dog's owner.

Season 1, Episode 10: Return of the Killer: Part 1

22 March 1966
Dr. Tracy, Jack, and Mike leave the compound to look for a wounded leopard, not knowing that escaped killer Roy Meadows (seen in the earlier episode "Trail Of The Cheetah") is on the loose with another convict, and headed to Wameru where he plans to have Tracy treat his bullet wound.

Marshall Thompson ... Dr. Marsh Tracy
Cheryl Miller ... Paula Tracy
Yale Summers ... Jack Dane
Hedley Mattingly ... Officer Claude Hedley
Ron Hayes ... Roy Meadows
Jan Clayton ... Daphne Fusby
Steve Brodie ... Harp
Laurence Conroy ... First Policeman
Kenny Washington ... Second Policeman
Bob Williams ... Mtuli
Hari Rhodes ... Mike Makula

Season 1, Episode 11: Return of the Killer: Part 2

29 March 1966
With Tracy, Jack, and Mike out in the jungle without their vehicle, Paula is forced to operate on Meadows, speaking to her father over a walkie-talkie for guidance, while her voice teacher and Hedley are also held hostage.

Marshall Thompson ... Dr. Marsh Tracy
Cheryl Miller ... Paula Tracy
Yale Summers ... Jack Dane
Hedley Mattingly ... District Officer Claude Hedley
Ron Hayes ... Roy Meadows
Jan Clayton ... Daphne Fusby
Steve Brodie ... Harp
Laurence Conroy ... First Policeman
Kenny Washington ... Second Policeman
Hari Rhodes ... Mike Makula

Season 1, Episode 12: The Man-Eater of Wameru

5 April 1966
A magazine photographer looking for a story lures a hostile tribe of poachers onto the Wamera reserve, thinking that she will get some "dramatic" pictures to go with the story.

Season 1, Episode 13: Crisis at the Compound

12 April 1966
Dr. Tracy treats an injured leopard and releases it into the wild, but a visiting trade commissioner who wants to hunt for big game sets his sights on the leopard for his trophy. Dr. Tracy sets out to derail his plans.

Season 1, Episode 14: The Hostages

19 April 1966
After Dr. Tracy and the Wameru compound are awarded a grant of $75,000 by a wildlife conservation group, two thieves kidnap Judy and Clarence and hold them for ransom to get the money for themselves.

Marshall Thompson ... Dr. Marsh Tracy
Cheryl Miller ... Paula Tracy
Yale Summers ... Jack Dane
Hedley Mattingly ... District Officer Hedley
Chips Rafferty ... Rayburn
Karl Held ... Holland
Hari Rhodes ... Mike Makula
John Hart ... Dr. Harbison (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 15: Judy and the Hyena

26 April 1966
Judy the chimp, who was once bitten by a hyena, gets nervous, scared and agitated when she sees Paul and Jack bring in an injured hyena pup. Dr. Tracy has a difficult time keeping Judy calm enough so he can work on the hyena.

Season 1, Episode 16: Wall of Flames: Part 1

3 May 1966
After Hedley warns two hunters to leave the reserve and put out their campfire, one of them starts a fire to drive the rhinos they want to hunt off the reserve and onto legal hunting territory. The fire soon engulfs the reserve, forcing animals to flee, and with Jack and Paula, observing a buffalo herd, in the midst.

Season 1, Episode 17: Wall of Flames: Part 2

10 May 1966
Paula and Jack are taken hostage by Connors and Bendix, as the hunters try to escape from the reserve, and from the fire. After they learn that he set the fire, Connors decides that Paula and Jack will have to be killed to keep them quiet.

Season 1, Episode 18: Judy and the Gunrunners

17 May 1966
Visiting archaeologist Dr. Akubar borrows one of the compound's trucks, and Jack as a guide, as he claims to be searching for a legendary hidden treasure. Actually, the doctor and his cohorts are engaging not in an archaeological expedition but a gunrunning operation.

Marshall Thompson ... Dr. Marsh Tracy
Cheryl Miller ... Paula Tracy
Yale Summers ... Jack Dane
Hedley Mattingly ... District Officer Hedley (credit only)
Theodore Marcuse ... Dr. Akubar
Michael St. Clair ... Garth
Sheldon Lawrence ... Rodney
Prince Modupe ... Chief Ali Ngong
Hari Rhodes ... Mike Makula
Jack Big Head ... Berber (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Return of Clarence

13 September 1966
Clarence the cross-eyed lion, normally a gentle soul, starts acting oddly after receiving a blow to the head in a jeep accident, becoming edgy, hard to control and growling at everybody. Dr. Tracy suspects that the blow has given Clarence amnesia, a diagnosis seemingly confirmed when Clarence suddenly takes a nasty swipe at Paula.

Season 2, Episode 2: Deadline to Kill

20 September 1966
Nicky Sebastian, the son of an old neighbor, comes to Wameru to ask Tracy to sell him back a strip of land that had belonged to his father. Tracy tells him the land is needed as a buffer zone between the preserve and the neighboring cattle ranches. But Nicky actually intends to use the land as a hunting zone, and to start things in motion lets a truckload of cattle loose into the area, hoping to create just the situation Tracy most fears.

Season 2, Episode 3: Daktari's Last Hunt

27 September 1966
A big-game hunter, resentful of Tracy whom he blames for closing off land to his life's passion, forces the doctor to walk through wild territory on foot, hoping to prove that he will have to kill an animal to survive.

Season 2, Episode 4: Judy's Hour of Peril

4 October 1966
Due to her accidental switch of vials, Judy is injected with a virus which will kill her if she does not receive an antidote within 14 hours. Unfortunately, the chimp has also left the compound to look for a leopard cub she became attached to.

Season 2, Episode 5: Cheetah at Large

11 October 1966
The Emir of Asambana's prize cheetah is sick, and may not be able to race in an important contest with a rival tribe. The Emir threatens to cut off the Wamera reserve from using the water on his property unless Dr. Tracy cures his cheetah in time for the race.

Season 2, Episode 6: The Test

18 October 1966
Mike searches in the jungle for a tribal chief's son, who has fled into the bush in an attempt to prove to everyone that he's not a coward.

Season 2, Episode 7: Born to Die

25 October 1966
A pregnant black leopard, raised in a circus, is brought to Wameru, even though she has attacked her last trainer and killed her previous litters of cubs. Tracy hopes to change her behavior in the new environment.

Season 2, Episode 8: The Trial

1 November 1966
Dr. Tracy serves as defense counsel for his trained elephant, who is being put on trial by the locals for going on a rampage in a local village and injuring the chief.

Marshall Thompson ... Dr. Marsh Tracy
Cheryl Miller ... Paula Tracy
Yale Summers ... Jack Dane
Hari Rhodes ... Mike Makula

Robert DoQui ... Selu (as Bob DoQui)
Henri Brown ... Chief Mako
Modoc ... Elephant / Herself (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 9: Death in the African Sun

15 November 1966
Jack is out driving his jeep in the bush with Judy the chimp when the vehicle stalls out. With no water, they're forced to leave the jeep and try to make their way back through the drought-stricken jungle. Jack decides to follow a herd of giraffes, hoping that the animals will lead them to water.

Season 2, Episode 10: Revenge of the Leopard

22 November 1966
Replacing the ill guide, Tracy brings a safari client onto a game reserve, unaware that the woman has a personal vendetta to settle with the killer leopard that is known to stalk the area.

Marshall Thompson ... Dr. Marsh Tracy
Cheryl Miller ... Paula Tracy
Yale Summers ... Jack Dane
Hedley Mattingly ... District Officer Hedley
Hari Rhodes ... Mike Makula

Doris Dowling ... Toni Stevenson
Buck Young ... Arnold Kennedy (as L.E. Young)

Season 2, Episode 11: Shoot to Kill

29 November 1966
A sick circus bear escapes into the bush, and Dr. Tracy tries to find it before worried local ranchers kill it, fearful that it will contaminate their water supply.

Marshall Thompson ... Dr. Marsh Tracy
Cheryl Miller ... Paula Tracy
Yale Summers ... Jack Dane
Hedley Mattingly ... District Officer Hedley
Hari Rhodes ... Mike Makula
Joan Huntington ... Diana Cato
Trevor Bardette ... Col. Evan Brant
Troy Melton ... Keith Randall (uncredited)
Gil Perkins ... Alex Chapman (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 12: Cry for Help

6 December 1966
Dr. Tracy goes looking for a self-styled tribal "healer" he ran out of the area when he finds that the man has the antidote for the venom of a deadly spider that has just bitten Paula.

Season 2, Episode 13: Clarence the Killer

20 December 1966
A hunter plots to close the Wamera reserve by turning loose a killer lion against Dr. Tracy and then blaming Clarence for the doctor's death.

Marshall Thompson ... Dr. Marsh Tracy
Cheryl Miller ... Paula Tracy
Yale Summers ... Jack Dane
Hedley Mattingly ... District Officer Hedley
Hari Rhodes ... Mike Makula
Joe Higgins ... Eric Lansing
William Stevens ... Harry Penrose
Paul Condylis ... Cruikshank
Ted Derby ... Dan Hodgson
Susan Claude ... Dina

Season 2, Episode 14: The Chimp Who Cried Wolf

27 December 1966
A has-been stand-up comedian comes to Wameru to record animal sounds for his planned comeback act, doing animal impressions. But his attempts wind up creating more havoc than its worth for the compound.

Season 2, Episode 15: Little Miss Nightingale

3 January 1967
While riding with Clarence and Judy, Mike's jeep overturns, pinning him underneath with a broken leg and a concussion. He must rely on Judy, who stays with him, and Clarence, whom the chimp gives the note to take back to Wameru for help.

Season 2, Episode 16: Judy and the Gorilla

10 January 1967
Two hunters draw up plans to raid the Wameru reserve to steal some very valuable animals. Dr. Tracy has to stop them.

Season 2, Episode 17: House of Lions

17 January 1967
Tracy and Jack search for Clarence, who has been wounded and has left Wameru with a lioness accused of attacking a person. Tracy finds them both, in a house full of a pack of lions.

Season 2, Episode 18: Undercover Judy

24 January 1967
Hedley accompanies an officer and his Nazi prisoner to look for microfilm which was buried near a watering hole in Wameru, and which is to be used as evidence against the prisoner and his cohorts. Unbeknownst to Hedley, however, is that the officer is not who he seems and is actually working with the prisoner. Though told to stay out of the watering hole area, Paula, thinking the reason is about nothing more than her secret birthday present, sends Judy there with a tape recorder.

Marshall Thompson ... Dr. Marsh Tracy
Cheryl Miller ... Paula Tracy
Yale Summers ... Jack Dane
Hedley Mattingly ... District Officer Hedley
Hari Rhodes ... Mike Makula
Alan Hewitt ... Whitechurch
Frank Marth ... Hans Verdenstrasse

John Wesley ... Sergeant Motabu

Season 2, Episode 19: Countdown for Paula

31 January 1967
Dr. Tracy, Paula and Mike try to clear animals out of a valley before hydraulic engineers blast a levee to divert the course of a river. The crew leader of the engineers gives them some time to do so, but one of his assistants, who is contemptuous of Wameru and resents taking orders from the younger crew leader, doesn't want to wait that long.

Season 2, Episode 20: Terror in the Bush

7 February 1967
A jeep accident out in the bush results in Dr. Tracy being seriously injured. Paula and Judy the chimp are the only ones with him and have to find a way to get him safely back where he can get medical attention.

Season 2, Episode 21: Judy and the Baby Elephant

14 February 1967
While testing whether a baby Indian elephant will be accepted by a herd of African elephants, Dr. Tracy and Mike are called away to help Hedley fight a fire, and have to leave the baby elephant with Judy. Before they can get back to them, the baby elephant is injured by a leopard and disappears.

Season 2, Episode 22: A Bullet for Hedley

21 February 1967
A vicious jewel thief threatens to murder Hedley unless Dr. Tracy gives him a pouch of stolen diamonds that, unknown to him, were taken by Judy the chimp.

Season 2, Episode 23: Judy the Poacher

28 February 1967
Dr. Tracy and Jack ask Hedley to investigate the disappearance of several baby animals from the compound. Hedley soon finds the one responsible for the thefts: it's Judy the chimp, who's been bringing them as pets for the discarded elderly people of a nomadic tribe.

Season 2, Episode 24: Goodbye Mike Makula

7 March 1967
An attractive visitor to Wameru charms Mike and makes him a tempting offer of an important job in America with a foundation she is setting up. But Paula finds evidence that she may be misrepresenting the situation to him.

Season 2, Episode 25: Operation Springtime

14 March 1967
The coming of spring at the Wameru reserve finds Jack and Mike attempting to hatch abandoned ostrich eggs, with help from Judy the chimp and Clarence the cross-eyed lion.

Season 2, Episode 26: King Clarence

21 March 1967
A lion cub needs a blood transfusion, and Clarence has the type of blood needed, but he seems to have disappeared. Dr. Tracy and his friends fan out to find him and save the cub's life.

Season 2, Episode 27: The Long Hunt

28 March 1967
The nephew of a sultan who gave one of his tigers to Wameru as a gift visits and is welcomed by all. But only Judy the chimp realizes that the young man is actually there to kill the tiger, who mauled him during an initiation rite, and she continually frustrates his attempts to do so.

Season 2, Episode 28: Judy and the Vulture

4 April 1967
Judy the chimp and Clarence the lion "adopt" a vulture as their new friend and playmate, but they don't know that the bird is carrying a lethal virus. When Clarence becomes seriously ill, Judy runs off with the vulture, fearing that taking his blood for a serum will harm him.

Season 2, Episode 29: A Cub Called Danger

11 April 1967
Despite her father's warnings not to interfere with nature, Paula is determined to find out why a lioness is not feeding her cub and puts herself in danger trying to get the cub fed.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Judy and the Astro-Chimp

5 September 1967
Dr. Tracy faces a predicament when Judy trades places with a chimp who has been trained for the astronaut program, who has somehow made its way into the compound and gotten lost.

Marshall Thompson ... Dr. Marsh Tracy
Cheryl Miller ... Paula Tracy
Yale Summers ... Jack Dane
Hedley Mattingly ... District Officer Hedley
Hari Rhodes ... Mike Makula
Robert Clarke ... Capt. Jack Stedman
Davis Roberts ... Dr. Bert Allison
Dick Bass ... Sergeant McEvoy

Season 3, Episode 2: The Execution

12 September 1967
A mother leopard attacks both Hedley and Tracy, but abandons her cub prematurely. Tracy tries to find an explanation for the leopard's behavior, though Hedley believes the animal is dangerous to humans and will have to be destroyed.

Season 3, Episode 3: Crime Wave at Wameru

19 September 1967
A stern, no-nonsense sergeant has been sent to replace District Officer Hedley. In an effort to save his job, Judy and her animal friends kidnap a lion cub.

Marshall Thompson ... Dr. Marsh Tracy
Cheryl Miller ... Paula Tracy
Yale Summers ... Jack Dane
Hedley Mattingly ... District Officer Hedley
Hari Rhodes ... Mike Makula
Peter Mamakos ... General Ahmed

Robert DoQui ... Sergeant Maku
Albert Popwell ... Askari Corporal

Season 3, Episode 4: Miracle in the Jungle

26 December 1967
A man on the run from the law slips into Wameru to retrieve stolen loot he had buried there previously. What he doesn't know is that Judy the chimp had already found it and dug it up, and that Dr. Tracy has been arrested for possession of it.

Marshall Thompson ... Dr. Marsh Tracy
Cheryl Miller ... Paula Tracy
Jan Clayton ... Sister Maria Francis
Hedley Mattingly ... District Officer Hedley
Hari Rhodes ... Mike Makula
Mel Scott ... Simon Matanga
Yale Summers ... Jack Dane

Season 3, Episode 5: Killer Tribe

3 October 1967
A search party is sent out to look for Judy when it's discovered that she has left the compound with a stranger suspected of being a member of a very dangerous tribe.

Season 3, Episode 6: The Scent of Fear

10 October 1967
Dr. Tracy is puzzled by the hostile and defensive reactions Wameru animals---including the usually tame Clarence---are showing toward a student game warden, a former bullfighter who is hoping to overcome his fear of animals.

Season 3, Episode 7: The Return of the Phantom

17 October 1967
A celebrated native hunter lets a legendary leopard known as The Phantom loose from his cage at Wameru, hoping to track and hunt it down. Tracy hopes to find the leopard first to bring it safely back to the reserve, and both men agree to let the one who finds it first do as he wants.

Season 3, Episode 8: Countdown for Judy

24 October 1967
Judy the chimp is gravely ill after eating berries sprayed with poison by a neighboring farmer. Tracy, Jack, and Mike search to locate the berries so as to find an antidote, and to find who sprayed the poison.

Season 3, Episode 9: Judy and the Jailbirds

31 October 1967
Dr. Tracy finds himself involved in a scheme by two old ex-cons, who want to return to the safety and comfort of their jail cell, to get caught breaking into the safe in Hedley's office and getting sent back to prison.

Season 3, Episode 10: One of Our Cubs Is Missing

7 November 1967
After a brush fire, Paula and Judy find a lost lion cub. When the cub escapes from Wameru, Paula sends Judy to find it, though this could be dangerous if the pride the cub belongs to thinks the chimp is trying to harm it.

Season 3, Episode 11: Judy and the Thoroughbred

14 November 1967
A countess brings her prize thoroughbred to Wameru to find out the cause of his bouts of lameness. Obsessed only with winning, she tells Tracy that if he can't save the horse's racing career, she wants him destroyed.

Season 3, Episode 12: The Return of Ethel and Albert

21 November 1967
The Wameru staff searches for an unlikely but inseparable twosome, a hippo and a donkey that tend to wreak havoc where they roam, while Hedley has to watch the other animals, something he's not exactly used to.

Season 3, Episode 13: Judy and the Wizard

28 November 1967
Dr. Tracy and his friends try to help an aging magician, whose chimpanzee is getting too old to perform.

Season 3, Episode 14: Clarence's Love-In

5 December 1967
Clarence runs away from Wameru to be with a trio of wild lionesses.

Season 3, Episode 15: The Elephant Raid: Part 1

12 December 1967
A marauding herd of elephants has wrecked villages, injuring Mike and many others, and is headed toward Wameru. A retired colonel has been hired by the government to annihilate the herd, but Tracy hopes to discover the reason for the elephants' behavior and correct it before they are killed.

Season 3, Episode 16: The Elephant Raid: Part 2

19 December 1967
Analysis of blood and water samples give Dr. Tracy clues to what's causing the elephants' strange behavior. But he is running out of time to find a solution, as Tredwell is planting land mines to destroy the herd.

Season 3, Episode 17: Miracle in the Jungle

26 December 1967
A man on the run from the law slips into Wameru to retrieve stolen loot he had buried there previously. What he doesn't know is that Judy the chimp had already found it and dug it up, and that Dr. Tracy has been arrested for possession of it.

Season 3, Episode 18: Riddle of the Bush

2 January 1968
The staff at Wameru is treating a sick baby elephant, and Paula is distrustful of her father's visiting college mentor, who is too interested in finding the secret of the elephant graveyard.

Season 3, Episode 19: The Big Switch

9 January 1968
When Judy the chimp gives a revitalizing serum to an old native chief who has been banished from his tribe, he comes up with a plan to regain his honor: he's going to singlehandedly kill a lion.

Season 3, Episode 20: License to Kill

16 January 1968
After being unexpectedly attacked by a lioness at Wameru, a retired boxer turned game hunter gets a permit to track her down and kill her. But Tracy is determined to find the lioness first and discover the reason for her strange behavior.

Season 3, Episode 21: Judy Strikes Back

23 January 1968
Dr. Tracy installs an electronic alarm system to protect more than $1 million worth of vaccine. Judy, angry that she's lost her job as guard, leads a protest against the new system that's replaced her.

Season 3, Episode 22: The Killer Cub

30 January 1968
Local ranchers, angry that a cheetah Dr. Tracy is treating has killed some of their cattle, give him a week to get the animal to stop, or they'll take care of the cheetah themselves.

Season 3, Episode 23: Toto the Great

13 February 1968
When Judy douses Toto with elephant scent to test its value as a repellent to predators, it inadvertently leads to a tribal chief and medicine man becoming convinced that the baby chimp is the reincarnation of their god.

Season 3, Episode 24: The Lion Killer

20 February 1968
Dr. Tracy agrees to operate on a lion hunter's dog to remove a malignant tumor. But the rest of his staff is reluctant, particularly Paula, who thinks the dog, who injured Clarence, will just continue to kill lions.

Season 3, Episode 25: The Killer of Wameru

27 February 1968
Judy the chimp befriends an ailing lion who is brought into Wameru. She keeps sneaking food to the lion after he is released, even though he is suspected by tribesmen of being the lion who has been killing their cattle.

Season 3, Episode 26: The Monster of Wameru

5 March 1968
Hedley is at odds with the staff of the animal center when an unidentified creature is causing disturbances in the area. Hedley wants to kill it on sight but the rest want to capture it for study.

Season 3, Episode 27: The Will to Live

12 March 1968
Paula, Jack, and Mike find their German shepherd Prince near death in the field from a poacher's spear. Because trying to move him could kill him, they are forced to try to remove the spear in the wild, without Dr. Tracy's help.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: A Family for Jenny

25 September 1968

Season 4, Episode 2: Clarence, the Lion-Hearted

2 October 1968

Season 4, Episode 3: African Heritage

9 October 1968

Season 4, Episode 4: The Outsider

16 October 1968
Dr. Tracy and a native hunter track down a leopard, and they agree that whoever finds the animal first should decide whether it lives or dies.

Season 4, Episode 5: Strike Like a Lion

23 October 1968

Season 4, Episode 6: Adam and Jenny

30 October 1968
Jenny Jones unwittingly causes Dr. Tracy a lot of trouble when, without telling anybody, she finds a home for a runaway orphan boy.

Marshall Thompson ... Dr. Marsh Tracy
Cheryl Miller ... Paula Tracy
Joan Anderson ... June Pearce
Pepe Brown ... Adam

Louis Gossett Jr. ... Mkono (as Louis Gossett)

Ross Hagen ... Bart Jason
Hedley Mattingly ... District Officer Hedley

Erin Moran ... Jenny Jones

Maidie Norman ... Mwanda
Hari Rhodes ... Mike Makula

Season 4, Episode 7: A Man's Man

6 November 1968
Bart Jason heads up a photographic safari for wealthy oilman Chet Rainey and his shy son Ted in the hopes of making them closer, but the trip seemingly widens the gulf between them.

Season 4, Episode 8: The Runaways

13 November 1968

Season 4, Episode 9: African Showdown

20 November 1968
Leaving an injured Headley in charge of the compound, Dr. Tracy and his staff search for a hippo and a donkey who have become inseparable buddies.

Season 4, Episode 10: Once Upon a Fang

27 November 1968
A young man is banished from his tribe after he refuses to take on his father's role as the village storyteller. Ignoring Dr. Tracy's advice, he places himself in mortal danger in order to prove that he can be a great warrior.

Season 4, Episode 11: The Divining Rods

11 December 1968
The Wameru reserve faces the prospect of a water shortage, due to a severe drought and a water-diversion project being constructed by a stubborn engineer.

Season 4, Episode 12: The Discovery

18 December 1968

Season 4, Episode 13: Jungle Heartbeat

1 January 1969

Season 4, Episode 14: A Tiger's Tale

8 January 1969

Season 4, Episode 15: Judy Comes Home

15 January 1969


Unknown Season


Goodbye, Wameru

26 September 1967
A native journalist visiting Wameru intends to write an article criticizing Dr. Tracy, whom he regards as too sentimental toward the animals. He hopes to have Tracy replaced in his job by Mike, his college friend, but Mike refuses. Jack, Paula, and Mike decide to play a trick on the journalist to get him to change his mind.

You may add a new episode for this TV series by clicking the 'add episode' button