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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The High Riders

24 September 1968
Faced with continual raids by the Pardee gang, California rancher Murdoch Lancer seeks the help of his estranged sons: dapper Bostonian Scott Lancer and border-town gunslinger Johnny Madrid.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

Joe Don Baker ... Day Pardee

Anthony Caruso ... Toledano

Robert Adler ... Stage Driver
Gil Barreto
Paul Fierro ... Cipriano
Lisa Jak ... Barbara

Gordon Jump ... Pinkerton Agent in Mexico
John Leuger

Sean McClory ... Coley McHugh
Ruben Moreno ... Firing Squad Leader

Alberto Morin ... Don Valmero
Vernon Rich

Julian Rivero ... Water Carrier

Chuck Roberson
Stephen Roberts ... Pinkerton Aent in Mexico
Ref Sanchez
Alex Tinne ... Indian Henchman

Stanley Waxman ... Attorney
Jack Williams ... Henchman

Season 1, Episode 2: Blood Rock

1 October 1968
The Lancers help a 10-year-old orphan who wants to meet his outlaw father.

Season 1, Episode 3: Chase a Wild Horse

8 October 1968
Used to blowing in the wind, Johnny rebels against his new circumscribed lifestyle.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

Robert J. Wilke ... Sam Stryker (as Robert Wilke)

James Gammon ... Wes

Paul Carr ... Davie Stryker

Vaughn Taylor ... Dan Spencer
Bobby Clark ... Eli Stryker

Lloyd Haynes ... Rider #1
Hick Hill ... Rider #2
Brick Huston ... Lancer Ranch Hand

Season 1, Episode 4: Foley

15 October 1968
Scott is caught up in a family war when a young pregnant woman shoots her abusive husband and escapes in Scott's buckboard, sending the husband's family after both of them in revenge.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

R.G. Armstrong ... Gant Foley

Lynn Loring ... Polly

Don Quine ... Corey
Joseph V. Perry ... Marsh (as Joe Perry)
Harper Flaherty ... Lew
Rosa Turich ... Maria
Bert Santos ... Vaquero
John McKee ... Man
Lorne McKellar ... Assistant Bank Manager
Arvo Ojala ... Dee
June Dayton ... Doctor's Wife

Season 1, Episode 5: The Lawman

22 October 1968
Trouble brews when a washed-up marshal - to whom Murdoch once promised a share in the Lancer ranch - shows up with a group of deputies and a prisoner who claims to know Johnny.

Season 1, Episode 6: Julie

29 October 1968
After meeting a young woman, Scott is waylaid by two unscrupulous bounty hunters who claim he is the girl's outlaw brother whom they have been pursuing. The local sheriff gives Johnny two days to find the girl and prove Scott innocent, but the bounty hunters have no intention of waiting that long.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

Susan Strasberg ... Julie Barret

Bruce Dern ... Lucas Thatcher

John Kellogg ... Sheriff Cutler

Val Avery ... Wade Hackett
Frederic Downs ... Liveryman
Lincoln Tate ... Jonas Barret
Clint Sharp ... Driver

Season 1, Episode 7: The Prodigal

12 November 1968
Murdoch meets an old flame, now widowed, and brings her to the ranch, where they rekindle their romance. But this is all threatened when her son comes to the ranch with another prisoner after their escape from an Army barracks, in which a guard was killed.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

Phyllis Thaxter ... Marcy Dane

Johnny Crawford ... Jeff Dane

Kevin Hagen ... Al Packer

Roy Engel ... Clem Carven
Stewart Bradley ... Tim Phillips
Del Monroe ... Lieutenant Hartford

Paul Picerni ... Provost Marshal
Ray Kellogg ... Guard

Jason Wingreen ... Clerk

Season 1, Episode 8: Jelly

19 November 1968
The Lancers take in supposedly injured stranger Jelly Hoskins, unaware that he is hiding money pilfered from bank robbers so that he can care for eight orphan boys.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins

Ron Howard ... Willy (as Ronny Howard)

Ken Lynch ... Chalker

James Wainwright ... Logan

Russell Thorson ... Doc Jenkins

William Bryant ... Sheriff
Teddy Quinn ... Sawdust

Craig Huxley ... Pokey (as Chris Hundley)
George Ostos ... Juanito
Mark Robert Brown ... Boomer
Tony Davis ... Chief
Craig Jue ... So-So
Michael Freeman ... Toogie (as Mike Freeman)

Season 1, Episode 9: The Last Train for Charlie Poe

26 November 1968
When Charlie Poe and his wife are forced off their land by land grabbers claiming an old Spanish grant, Johnny, Scott, and Charlie decide to break jail and stop the train carrying the papers the land grabbers hope to use to make their claim official. But Charlie enlists an old friend who may plan to take more than just the papers.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien (credit only)

Harold Gould ... Charlie Poe
Mary Fickett ... Mollie Poe

Dub Taylor ... Davey Horn

Frank Marth ... Marks

George Keymas ... Jonas Slaughter

William Bryant ... Sheriff Gabe
Harry Swoger ... Mick

Robert Cornthwaite ... Homer Ord

Ian Wolfe ... Judge Tolliver

Hank Worden ... Store Owner
Bob Dodson ... Messenger

Season 1, Episode 10: Glory

10 December 1968
A pretty young woman and her grandfather try to con the Lancers out of $500 to pay a gambling debt.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

Brenda Scott ... Glory

Laurence Naismith ... Garrison Collier

Johnny Seven ... Wade Hatcher

Walter Baldwin ... Storekeeper
Matt Emery ... Leggitt
Vic Perrin ... Pete
Anthony Redondo ... Derelict

George DeNormand ... Poker Player (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 11: The Heart of Pony Alice

17 December 1968
Johnny gets more than he bargained for when he goes after a horse trader who cheated him and ends up taking care of the trader's feisty 10-year-old niece.

Season 1, Episode 12: The Escape

31 December 1968
Three men come to Morro Coyo to kill Scott, who they are convinced is responsible for the deaths of a group of fellow inmates during an escape from a Confederate prison during the Civil War.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

Daniel J. Travanti ... Dan Cassidy (as Dan Travanty)

Lynda Day George ... Sarah Cassidy (as Lynda Day)

Wayne Rogers ... Jed Lewis

Robert Biheller ... Rick Hardy

John Zaremba ... Hotel Clerk

Joe De Santis ... Doc Hildenbrand

Season 1, Episode 13: The Wedding

7 January 1969
Scott and his friend Josh, a Lancer ranch hand, try to rescue Josh's fiancée, who was kidnapped by outlaws during the wedding ceremony.

Season 1, Episode 14: Death Bait

14 January 1969
A man with a vicious dog and a grudge against Jelly terrorizes Murdoch, Teresa and Jelly at Lancer while Scott and Johnny are away on a cattle drive.

Season 1, Episode 15: The Black McGloins

21 January 1969
Scott is duped by the attractive daughter of an Irish con artist whose family is robbing and intimidating the community.

Season 1, Episode 16: Yesterday's Vendetta

28 January 1969
When Murdoch goes to the town of Mesa Roja to bury the hatchet with an old enemy, he is shot in the back and then disappears.

Season 1, Episode 17: Warburton's Edge

4 February 1969
Trying to avoid violence, Johnny ends up on the wrong side of a range war against Murdoch and the other ranchers of the valley.

Season 1, Episode 18: The Fix-It Man

11 February 1969
The Lancers' plan to build a jail in Spanish Wells unintentionally sets an old handyman against his former protégé, a saloon owner who is the puppet of the leader of a gang of toughs.

Season 1, Episode 19: Angel Day and Her Sunshine Girls

25 February 1969
Teresa's mother - a ne'er-do-well who ran off when Teresa was born - returns to demand custody of her daughter.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

Cloris Leachman ... Angel Day

Peter Mark Richman ... Carl Bolton (as Mark Richman)

Joyce Bulifant ... Cassie

David McLean ... Sheriff

Donald Briggs ... Marshal Thurman (as Don Briggs)
Carolyn Fleming ... July
Ray Fine ... Bartender

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins

Season 1, Episode 20: The Great Humbug

4 March 1969
A grifter comes to town to cheat the locals in a phony land deal, straining the friendship between Murdoch and a neighbor who once saved Murdoch's life.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

William Windom ... Claude Buttermere

Morgan Woodward ... Jay McKillen

Alan Oppenheimer ... Dan'l Drew

Lisa Gerritsen ... Vinny Buttermere

Sam Elliott ... Canopus McKillen

William Wintersole ... Timothy
Dennis Cross ... Townsman
Joseph V. Perry ... Bartender (as Joseph Perry)
Matt Pelto ... Laggard

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins

Season 1, Episode 21: Juniper's Camp

11 March 1969
Murdoch sends Scott and Johnny to rescue an old friend's daughter, who is about to marry a charming, manipulative and abusive man.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

Shelley Fabares ... Melissa Harper

Dennis Cole ... Bobby Cooper

Walter Brooke ... James Harper

Ross Hagen ... Harmon Cooper

William Lucking ... Crocker Cooper
Chuck Harrod ... Marshal

Duane Grey ... Bartender

Season 1, Episode 22: The Knot

18 March 1969
After a family of highway robbers shoots Scott and kidnaps Teresa, she begins to sympathize with one of her captors.

Season 1, Episode 23: The Man Without a Gun

25 March 1969
When Sheriff Val Crawford is injured, newcomer to Green River, Clay Crisswell takes over temporarily. His civilized ways and the ability to subdue the rougher element of Green River without a gun make him popular with the businessmen, but things may not be what they seem.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

Guy Stockwell ... Clay Criswell

Warren Oates ... Sheriff Val Crawford

Woodrow Parfrey ... Zeek

Harry Harvey ... Mayor Higgs (as Harry Harvey Sr.)
William Vaughn ... Russ Criswell
Tony Davis ... Indian Boy #1

Manuel Padilla Jr. ... Indian Boy #2

Buck Young ... Rancher

Henry Wills ... Jake
Joe Ferrante ... Stu

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins

Season 1, Episode 24: Child of Rock and Sunlight

1 April 1969
After being stranded in the desert, Scott is found and taken in to an abandoned mine by an inquisitive young boy. But the boy's family includes an outlaw uncle who plans to kill Scott and pass the body off as his own.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

Virginia Christine ... Hannah Sickles

Rex Holman ... Luke Sickles

Patty McCormack ... Pearl Sickles

Mary Jackson ... Maude Bigelow
Garry Walberg ... Arthur B. Sloane

Johnny Whitaker ... Andy Jack Sickles

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins

Craig Huxley ... Undetermined Role (uncredited)

William Kerwin ... Joseph (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 25: The Measure of a Man

8 April 1969
A schoolteacher encounters hostility and harassment when he arrives to start a school in a ranching community that has had no teacher before. When the teacher disappears after being taken out of town by night riders, his wife decides to continue in his place, and Johnny assists her despite continued resistance from children's parents.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien (credit only)

Julie Sommars ... Catha Cameron

Victor French ... Travis Caudle

Ron Howard ... Turk Caudle (as Ronny Howard)
Richard O'Brien ... Owen Wilson

Craig Huxley ... Todd Wilson (as Craig Hundley)

Stuart Randall ... Sheriff Dundee
Scott James ... Dan'l

Debi Storm ... Annabelle

Sam Edwards ... Desk Clerk

Roger Perry ... Ben Cameron

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins (credit only)

Season 1, Episode 26: Devil's Blessing

22 April 1969
Murdoch leaves on a stage for Yuma in hope of disproving assumptions that he's getting too old to take care of himself. But on the way, he and the stage driver are held up and left for dead. They walk to the town of Blessing, which they find is run by a crooked town boss who has the stage robbers in his employ.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

Joseph Campanella ... Douglas Blessing

Beverly Garland ... Clara Dunbar

Noah Beery Jr. ... Dan Hamlin

Arthur Franz ... Sheriff Platt

Vic Tayback ... Porter (as Victor Tayback)

Charles Dierkop ... Bleaker

E.J. André ... Judge

John Harmon ... Sloan

William Henry ... Doc (as William A. Henry)

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Blind Man's Bluff

23 September 1969
Blinded by an outlaw's bullet, Johnny finds succor and love with a young mute woman as he struggles to evade the outlaw and his brothers, who plan to finish Johnny off.

Season 2, Episode 2: Zee

30 September 1969
Scott catches one of the robbers who was trying to rob a store in a nearby town. The robber turns out to be a young woman, and Scott is deputized to keep an eye on her. It's not so easy, as the girl is a wild young hellion who does whatever she can to cause trouble.

Season 2, Episode 3: The Kid

7 October 1969
A boy found wandering on the Lancer ranch wants to hire Johnny to kill the ranchers he says murdered his homesteader father. The boy's sister tells a much different story about how their father died, but after learning that the boy's story is closer to the truth, Johnny decides to stay on with them, if only to prevent the kid from following the path he did when young.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

Bill Mumy ... Andy Cutler (as Billy Mumy)

Bert Freed ... Toby Jencks

Dabbs Greer ... Sheriff
Mary Frann ... Dorrie Cutler (as Jennifer Douglas)
Lee Farr ... Lucky Morgan
Don Wilbanks ... Foreman
Vic Perrin ... Whitley Scroggs

Richard X. Slattery ... Dan Marvin

Season 2, Episode 4: The Black Angel

21 October 1969
Jelly has fallen for a young widow, not knowing that she is involved in a plot to have him killed after he purchases an insurance policy.

Season 2, Episode 5: The Gifts

28 October 1969
For Murdoch's birthday, Scott, Johnny, and Jelly each have a gift they've already picked out -a stereopticon, a priceless rifle, and a prize sow -but each run into people who may need them even more.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

Sharon Acker ... Tiffany Mumford

Will Kuluva ... James A. Mumford

Mary Jo Deschanel ... Trina Mason (as Mary Jo Kennedy)
June Dayton ... Mrs. Moran
Jim Woodall ... Frank
Tom Lowe ... Wild Jim Mumford
Charlie Briggs ... John Mason
Don Wilbanks ... Hart
Jan Arvan ... Clerk

John Gallaudet ... Lloyd Bush

Eric Scott ... Robbie Moran
Greg Naylor ... Paul Moran
Terry Frank ... Meliss Moran
Gordon Ryan ... Young Cowhand

William Kerwin ... Joseph (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Cut the Wolf Loose

4 November 1969
Johnny falls for a young missionary, but he will have competition in the duty she feels toward the downtrodden people she is working with, especially a crippled man and homeless Indians.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien (credit only)

Brooke Bundy ... Laura Thompson

Joe Don Baker ... Santee

Vic Tayback ... Durham

Ned Romero ... Wichita Jim
Kevin O'Neal ... Pinkie

Ned Glass ... Tinker
Dehl Berti ... Bear Paw
Arvo Ojala ... Cowhand
Harvey Gold ... Medicine Man
Charles Cirillo ... Wheel of Fortune Man

William Kerwin ... Joseph (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 7: Jelly Hoskins' American Dream

11 November 1969
Jelly buys a white Brahma bull at an auction, and becomes the butt of jokes around town because of it, as most ranchers in the area are unfamiliar with the breed. One rancher, however, is determined to either get the bull for himself or make sure it is killed.

Season 2, Episode 8: Welcome to Genesis

18 November 1969
When Jelly is seriously mauled by a cougar, the closest thing to a doctor Murdoch can find to treat him is a man in jail for practicing without a license. The man is brought out to treat Jelly, but a local town boss wants him back in jail for leaving his son crippled after an operation.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien (credit only)

Pernell Roberts ... Theodore Banning

Joanne Linville ... Sarah Lockwood

Richard Carlson ... Judah Abbott

Bill Zuckert ... Sheriff Sam Troup
Nellie Burt ... Mrs. Holt

David Macklin ... Josh Abbott
Sundown Spencer ... Luther Holt
Freda Jones ... Woman
Larry Watson ... Deputy

Ted Eccles ... Billy Lockwood (as Teddy Eccles)

Season 2, Episode 9: A Person Unknown

25 November 1969
A friend of Johnny's is killed in a bar by Tom Nevill, the son of the powerful rancher who runs the town. Johnny is wounded while fighting with Tom, and flees town as he is accused of the killing. He finds shelter at a farm, but the girl who finds him is engaged to Tom, whose father has ordered his men to kill Johnny when they find him. The girl still helps Johnny, but her mother is most concerned with how she can benefit financially.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins (credit only)

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien (credit only)

Agnes Moorehead ... Laurette Normile

Bruce Dern ... Tom Nevill

Ramon Bieri ... Nevill
Quentin Dean ... Lucrece Normile

Roy Engel ... Sheriff Kling
Del Monroe ... Jang

Mark Allen ... Davies

Season 2, Episode 10: Legacy

9 December 1969
Scott's grandfather pays a visit to Lancer with the intention of persuading Scott - through fair means or foul - to return with him to Boston to live.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

George Macready ... Harlan Garrett

Katherine Justice ... Julie Dennison
Teno Pollick ... Carl Degan

Kathleen Freeman ... Midwife

Jason Wingreen ... Clerk
Eddie Frank ... Scotty as boy
Jack Turley ... Lafe Degan
Dal Jenkins ... Billy Degan

William Kerwin ... Joseph (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 11: A Scarecrow at Hacket's

16 December 1969
A dying man, believing his land to be cursed, wills it back to the Devil, even though he has a young son. Surprisingly, a claimant shows up: a strange man who seems to know everyone's name and around whom strange things occur.

Season 2, Episode 12: Little Darling of the Sierras

30 December 1969
Murdoch promises an old friend before he dies that he will watch after his daughter, a child entertainer at a mining camp, and the fortune he says he has left for her, if it can be found before three men intent on taking it do. The girl's prim aunt, who accompanies them, objects to her upbringing.

Season 2, Episode 13: Shadow of a Dead Man

6 January 1970
Sent by Murdoch to check out a long-neglected piece of land he owns, Johnny finds it occupied by a young woman and her son. She claims to be a Lancer and chases off anyone who sets foot on her land. Johnny persuades her to let him stay and help. Soon another man arrives who may really be dangerous to her, but she seems less suspicious of him than she is of Johnny.

Season 2, Episode 14: Blue Skies for Willie Sharpe

13 January 1970
Scott tries to shape up a town drunk who once was a famous lawman. The man is now being treated as the town fool by the sadistic town boss. But his grandson, who has mainly known of his grandfather through the legends told of him, still believes he's a hero, and Scott hopes the boy will not be disappointed by the truth.

Season 2, Episode 15: Chad

20 January 1970
Johnny is wounded in the leg while coming to the aid of a hillbilly brother and sister from a group of hostile cowhands. He is forced to run with the two, as the cowhands pursue them. The brother and sister have come West to settle a feud with a family with a name that sounds like 'Lankry', and say they plan to kill any members of the family still living.

Season 2, Episode 16: The Lorelei

27 January 1970
Jelly thinks he's hit the jackpot when he acquires a gold mine, but the men who've sold it to him have not told him the fine print. And what's worse, getting the gold out requires blasting, which will cut off a stream of vital importance to the Lancer spread.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

Anthony Eisley ... Jess Barton
Winnie Collins ... Anne 'Gus' Guthrie (as Winifred Coffin)

Leonard Stone ... Bertram Ames

Roy Jenson ... Otto Spangler

Arthur Malet ... Footman
Nina Shipman ... Millie Barton

Debi Storm ... Mary Anne Barton
Kirk Nyby ... First Man

Season 2, Episode 17: The Lion and the Lamb

3 February 1970
After sheepherder Gabe Lincoln saves Johnny from a charging bull, Johnny allows him to temporarily let his sheep graze on Lancer land until his ewes give birth. This does not sit well with the cattleman's association, who threaten to drive the sheep away by force if necessary. But Gabe does not believe in fighting back, and complicating matters more, he and Johnny's girlfriend are becoming attracted to each other.

Season 2, Episode 18: The Experiment

17 February 1970
Murdoch decides to allow his land to be used as an experimental prison farm. But he has to deal with hard-nosed guards as well as with the distrust of the convicts, and even his sons' well-meaning interference inadvertently causes trouble.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

Scott Marlowe ... Billy Kells

Scott Brady ... Bowman
Dick Peabody ... Ox Howard (as Richard Peabody)

Charles Dierkop ... Walters
Martin Huston ... Richie
Ed Bakey ... Leach

Stanley Adams ... Dan Oliver
Alice Backes ... Mrs. Stafford
Paul Sorensen ... Jordan
Ronald Henriquez ... Briscoe
Jimmy Nickerson ... Dunn (as Jim Nickerson)
David S. Cass Sr. ... Fisher (as Dave Cass)
John McLiam ... Nathan Benedict

Season 2, Episode 19: Splinter Group

3 March 1970
After collapsing in the hot Badlands, Scott's life is saved by a group of miners and their families who are on the run after a riot in which several people were killed. Scott vows to not tell who they are when he goes back to Morro Coyo to buy food for them. But the store owner who sells the food to them recognizes the leader of the miners and tells the sheriff. After they have gone, the owner also realizes that the vegetables he sold them are contaminated, and Johnny and the sheriff rush to find Scott and the miners to warn them.

Season 2, Episode 20: Lamp in the Wilderness

10 March 1970
Murdoch brings three orphaned Modoc children to an Indian school taught by a determined teacher who unfortunately has little understanding or respect for Indian traditions, a fact which only further angers a former Army scout who has returned to his people and blames the whites for destroying their way of life.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

Michael Ansara ... Curley

Pippa Scott ... Rebecca Brown

Manuel Padilla Jr. ... Running Fox (as Manuel Padilla)
La Nae Craig ... Mary

Mark Tapscott ... Prospector
George Ostos ... Dull Knife
Gloria Chávez ... Running Nose (as Gloria Chavez)
Ira Angustain ... Johnny Crow
Thomas Medina ... Black Bear
Evelyn Ramirez ... Gray Squirrel
Andrew Resto ... First Boy
Monica ... First Girl

Season 2, Episode 21: The Buscaderos

17 March 1970
A band of outlaws with a Gatling gun takes over the Lancer ranch and holds Scott hostage, demanding in turn that the town turn over its tax collection money to them. The outlaw leader Drago thinks Scott is Johnny, whom Drago is jealous of because his girlfriend Violet was once involved with Johnny and always compares Drago with him, and Violet tells Scott he'd be better off pretending to be Johnny.

Season 2, Episode 22: Dream of Falcons

7 April 1970
Chad, the newest member of the Lancer family, assists an old visionary who plans to build a flying machine, using a hill as his workshop and base for takeoff. This exposes Chad and the old man not only to ridicule, but to the hostility of a big rancher and others who want to use the hill for watering purposes.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

John Beck ... Chad Lancer

Harold Gould ... Otto Mueller

Richard X. Slattery ... Buck Fanning
Del Monroe ... Second Cowboy
Don Wilbanks ... First Cowboy
Frank Christi ... Bodyguard

Byron Morrow ... Storekeeper

Buck Young ... Hostetter
Jean Le Bouvier ... Woman
Ray Fine ... Bartender
Rick Corey ... Boy (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 23: Goodbye, Lizzie

28 April 1970
Murdoch's old friend Lizzie Cramer comes to the Lancer ranch, hoping to start a new life with her daughter when she arrives---and breaking with the outlaw gang she's been leading. But the gang does not want to let go of her so easily.

Season 2, Episode 24: The Rivals

5 May 1970
Powerful land baron Buck Addison is determined to squeeze out Lancer. He has bought out all the surrounding ranches save one, which is owned by a widowed friend of Murdoch's, whom Addison has now asked to marry him.

Season 2, Episode 25: Lifeline

19 May 1970
When Jelly comes down sick after getting a bad prediction from a young woman who claims to be able to see the future, the Lancers attribute it to his superstitious nature. But then the cattle start dying in droves, and everybody starts wondering if they have been cursed.

James Stacy ... Johnny Madrid Lancer

Wayne Maunder ... Scott Lancer

Andrew Duggan ... Murdoch Lancer

Paul Brinegar ... Jelly Hoskins

Elizabeth Baur ... Teresa O'Brien

BarBara Luna ... Anna Baral (as Barbara Luna)

Don Knight ... Angus McGovern (as Donald Knight)
Peter Palmer ... Charlie
Stewart Bradley ... Veterinarian
Arthur Bernard ... Holtz
Jim Burk ... Lew
Walter Wyatt ... First Drover
Eldon Burke ... Second Drover
Vince Deadrick Sr. ... Third Drover (as Vincent Deadrick)

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