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Season: 1 | 2 | 3
Year: 1976 | 1977 | 1978 | 1979


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 0: Pilot

19 January 1976
Zeb Macahan returns to the farm of Macahan to take his family to Oregon.

James Arness ... Zeb Macahan

Richard Kiley ... Timothy Macahan

Eva Marie Saint ... Kate Macahan

Bruce Boxleitner ... Luke Macahan
Kathryn Holcomb ... Laura Macahan
William Kirby Cullen ... Josh Macahan
Vicki Schreck ... Jessie Macahan

Lloyd Bridges ... Orville Gant

Anthony Zerbe ... Martin Grey

Horst Buchholz ... Sergei (as Horst Bucholz)

Don Murray ... Anderson

Elyssa Davalos ... Hillary Gant
Brit Lind ... Erika Hanks

Royal Dano ... Elam Hanks

Mel Ferrer ... Hale Burton

John Dehner ... Bishop Benjamin

Brian Keith ... General Stonecipher
Richard Angarola ... Chief Claw

David Huddleston ... Christy Judson
Gene Evans ... Dutton

Cameron Mitchell ... Coulee John Brinkerhoff
John Lisbon Wood ... Willy Judson
John Crawford ... Hale Crowley

Ricardo Montalban ... Satangkai

Herman Poppe ... Jake Judson
Sander Johnson ... Charlie Judson
Victor Mohica ... Billy Joe
Trisha Noble ... Valerie

Frank Ferguson ... Grandpa

Peter Hansen ... Major Drake

Howard McGillin ... Lt. Cartwright

John Reilly ... Jeremiah Taylor

Ann Doran ... Grandma

John Pickard ... Colonel Caine

Morgan Woodward ... The Stranger

Roy Jenson ... Sergeant Macklin
The Westernaires ... The U.S. 2nd Cavalry

Lynn Benisch ... Mina (as Lynn Benesch)
Rudy Diaz ... Sioux Chief
Todd Lookinland ... Joshua Hanks
Don Collier ... Capt. Poynton
Robert Padilla ... Mountain-Is-Long
F. Allen Ward ... The Runner
Bruce M. Fischer ... Booster (as Bruce Fischer)
Med Flory ... Sheriff Rose
Jim Ward ... The Mountain Man
Eddie Firestone ... Louie
Silvana Gallardo ... Shewelah
Ben Wilson ... Henry Jethro - Rebel
Burton Gilliam ... Woodley
Skip Lowell ... Dying Rebel
Peggy Rea ... Mother Tice

David Clarke ... Mr. Jones
Tom Stovell ... Rebel #1
Dan Ferrone ... Micah Sloane
Kristopher Marquis ... Tommy Gant
Jack Wallwork ... Union C.O. Fort Randall

Peggy McCay ... Maggie Taylor

Ned Wertimer ... Elias Kulp

Ben Zeller ... Union Cavalry Major
Roberta Carol Brahm ... Delilah
Wright King ... Union Infantry Captain
Henry Olek ... Hubbard
William Bryant ... Union Major at Shiloh
Laura Hippe ... Alice

Van Williams ... Capt. MacAllister
Mayf Nutter ... Jenkins - Union Soldier
David Wiley ... The Bartender

Mark Withers ... Tobe Harker
Jay Ripley ... Jess Mudd
Charles Kuenstle ... Union Sgt. Hodges
James Stephens ... C.L. Bradley
Claude Johnson ... Wounded Union Soldier
George Wallace ... Davey Wordley (as George D. Wallace)
Clark Bar ... Union Aide
Lloyd Nelson ... Union Sentry
Jonathan Bahnks ... Woodward
Herb Robbins ... Polk
Joe Kurtzo ... Stenner
Mel Stevens ... Dr. Dodd
Cliff Emmich ... Bartender
Bill Zuckert ... Caldwell
Hal Baylor ... Lawman
I. Stafford Jolley ... Farmer
Woody Chambliss ... Mr. Greevy (uncredited)

William Conrad ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Russ Dodson ... Indian Brave (uncredited)
Ted Jordan ... Charlie (uncredited)

Eddie Little Sky ... Drives-His-Horses (uncredited)
Ted Markland ... Nugget (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 1: Provost Marshal

6 February 1977
An Ex-Captain by the name of Martin Grey, who is now a bounty hunter and who also holds a commission as a Provost Marshal is hunting down army deserters, with Luke Macahan currently at the top of his list.

James Arness ... Zeb Macahan

Eva Marie Saint ... Kate Macahan

Bruce Boxleitner ... Luke Macahan
Kathryn Holcomb ... Laura Macahan
William Kirby Cullen ... Josh Macahan
Vicki Schreck ... Jessie Macahan

Anthony Zerbe ... Provost Marshal Captain Martin Grey

Don Murray ... Anderson
Brit Lind ... Erika Hawks

Royal Dano ... Elam Hawks

John Dehner ... Bishop Benjamin
Richard Angarola ... Chief Claw

David Huddleston ... Christy Judson
John Lisbon Wood ... Willy Judson

Herman Poppe ... Jake Judson
Sander Johnson ... Charlie Judson

Howard McGillin ... Lt. Cartwright

Peter Hansen ... Major Drake

John Pickard ... Colonel Caine

Roy Jenson ... Sergeant Macklin
Todd Lookinland ... Joshua Hanks
Robert Padilla ... Mountain-Is-Long
Med Flory ... Sheriff Rose
Eddie Firestone ... Louie
Peggy Rea ... Mother Tice

David Clarke ... Mr. Jones
Dan Ferrone ... Micah Sloane

Ned Wertimer ... Elias Kulp
Roberta Carol Brahm ... Delilah
Laura Hippe ... Alice
David Wiley ... The Bartender

William Conrad ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Erika

13 February 1977
Zeb finds Luke with the Simonites but before Luke is strong enough to leave, Zeb must take the opportunity to find a friend who has started a vendetta against an Indian tribe. Luke has taken a liking for the lifestyle of the Simonites and especially for the young and beautiful Erika who has looked after him. He therefore contemplates the option of becoming a Simonite.

James Arness ... Zeb Macahan

Eva Marie Saint ... Kate Macahan

Bruce Boxleitner ... Luke Macahan
Kathryn Holcomb ... Laura Macahan
William Kirby Cullen ... Josh Macahan
Vicki Schreck ... Jessie Macahan

Anthony Zerbe ... Martin Grey

Don Murray ... Anderson
Brit Lind ... Erika Hanks

Royal Dano ... Elam Hanks

John Dehner ... Bishop Benjamin
Richard Angarola ... Chief Claw

David Huddleston ... Christy Judson

Jack Elam ... Cully Madigan
John Lisbon Wood ... Willy Judson

Herman Poppe ... Jake Judson
Sander Johnson ... Charlie Judson
Robert Padilla ... Mountain-Is-Long
Geno Silva ... Red Hawk

Linda Redfearn ... Little Tree (as Linda Moon Redfearn)

Guillermo San Juan ... Jeremiah

Paul Fix ... Portagee
Todd Lookinland ... Joshua Hanks

G.W. Bailey ... Ivie
Anthony Palmer ... Russell
Tony Pena ... Shoshone Brave (as Tony Peña)

Ned Wertimer ... Elias Kulp
Mina Vasquez ... Round Pebble
Peggy Rea ... Mother Tice

Peter Hansen ... Major Drake

John Pickard ... Colonel Caine

William Conrad ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Bowie John Christie

20 February 1977
Zeb must make the hardest choice in his life when attempting to save the life of his friend who has been taken captive by the Indians. Luke realizes that he can not stay with the Simonites after more trouble has erupted and the consequences are horrible when Erika decides to follow him. Meanwhile, back on the farm, the rest of the family finds itself in the midst of an Indian tribal war. And at the same time Captain Grey, now turned bounty hunter, continues to search for Luke.

James Arness ... Zeb Macahan

Eva Marie Saint ... Kate Macahan

Bruce Boxleitner ... Luke Macahan
Kathryn Holcomb ... Laura Macahan
William Kirby Cullen ... Josh Macahan
Vicki Schreck ... Jessie Macahan

Anthony Zerbe ... Martin Grey

Don Murray ... Anderson
Brit Lind ... Erika Hanks

Royal Dano ... Elam Hanks

John Dehner ... Bishop Benjamin
Richard Angarola ... Chief Claw

David Huddleston ... Christy Judson
Bridget Hanley ... Sheila

Jack Elam ... Cully Madigan

Woody Strode ... Arapaho Chief

Parley Baer ... Sheriff Aames

Paul Fix ... Portagee

Herman Poppe ... Jake Judson
Bebe Kelly ... Alva
Robert Padilla ... Mountain-Is-Long
Sander Johnson ... Charlie Judson

Linda Redfearn ... Little Tree (as Linda Moon Redfearn)
Geno Silva ... Red Hawk

Peter Hansen ... Major Drake

Guillermo San Juan ... Jeremiah
Mina Vasquez ... Round Pebble

Ned Wertimer ... Elias Kulp

William Conrad ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Buffalo Story

12 February 1978
Kate Macahan's sister, Molly Culhane, joins the family. A Mormon family arrives at the homestead while fleeing religious persecution, but the patriarch soon charms Laura. Zeb mediates between the Army and the angry Sioux after a Russian royalty kills a buffalo on Sioux land. Luke aids a local sheriff and meets his feisty daughter.

Season 2, Episode 2: Mormon Story

19 February 1978
Zeb sides with the Sioux after the Russian incident triggers a war - and the clash leads to a great leader's sacrifice. Luke's feelings for Hillary Gant intensify, but when her father learns of Luke's past, he asks Luke to leave. Laura accepts a marriage proposal, while Luke finds himself forced to join a thieving band of ex-Confederates.

James Arness ... Zeb Macahan

Fionnula Flanagan ... Molly Culhane

Bruce Boxleitner ... Luke Macahan
Kathryn Holcomb ... Laura Macahan
William Kirby Cullen ... Josh Macahan
Vicki Schreck ... Jessie Macahan

Lloyd Bridges ... Orville Gant

Horst Buchholz ... Sergei

Elyssa Davalos ... Hillary Gant

Mel Ferrer ... Hale Burton

Brian Keith ... General Stoneciper

Christopher Lee ... The Grand Duke

Cameron Mitchell ... Coulee John Brinkerhoff

Ricardo Montalban ... Satangkai
Trisha Noble ... Valerie

John Reilly ... Jeremiah Taylor

Morgan Woodward ... The Stranger
The Westernaires ... The U.S. 2nd Cavalry

Lynn Benisch ... Mina
Bruce M. Fischer ... Booster
Burton Gilliam ... Woodley

Peter Hansen ... Major Drake
Kristopher Marquis ... Tommy Gant

Peggy McCay ... Maggie Taylor
Henry Olek ... Hubbard

Van Williams ... Captain MacAllister
Ted Jordan ... Charlie

Eddie Little Sky ... Drives_His_Horses
Ted Markland ... Nugget
Jay Ripley ... Jess Mudd
James Stephens ... C.L. Bradley

Mark Withers ... Tobe Harker

William Conrad ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Interlude

26 February 1978
Luke's attempt to foil the Flint gang's gold robbery scheme doesn't go as planned. Zeb rescues a woman from two hide-cutters and is surprised to find a love from his past. When a certain guest arrives for Laura's wedding, second thoughts arise. Jessie fights for her life after being stung by a swarm of bees.

James Arness ... Zeb Macahan

Fionnula Flanagan ... Molly Culhane

Bruce Boxleitner ... Luke Macahan
Kathryn Holcomb ... Laura Machana
William Kirby Cullen ... Josh Macahan
Vicki Schreck ... Jessie Macahan

Richard Basehart ... Colonel Jerrod Flint

Lloyd Bridges ... Orville Gant
Ramon Bieri ... General Sheridan

Horst Buchholz ... Sergei

Elyssa Davalos ... Hillary Gant

Mel Ferrer ... Hale Burton

Brian Keith ... General Stonecipher

Christopher Lee ... The Grand Duke

Cameron Mitchell ... Coulee John Brinkerhoff

Ricardo Montalban ... Satangkai
Trisha Noble ... Valerie

John Reilly ... Jeremiah Taylor

Morgan Woodward ... The Stranger
The Westernaires ... The U.S. 2nd Cavalry
Pepe Callahan ... Pedro
Don Collier ... Captain Poynton
Silvana Gallardo ... Shewelah
Burton Gilliam ... Woodley

Peter Hansen ... Major Drake
Sally Kemp ... Bar Hostess

Peggy McCay ... Maggie Taylor
Anita Noble ... Maria
Henry O'Brien ... Yucca

Van Williams ... Captain MacAllister
Louie Elias ... Plante

Eddie Little Sky ... Drive-His-Horses
Richard Wright ... Banes

Tim Matheson ... Curt Grayson

William Conrad ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Orville Gant

5 March 1978
With the sheriff's son held hostage by Flint, the robbery goes forward, leaving two men dead. Jessie's condition worsens as the doctor can't help her. Zeb's and Beth's accounts of her rescue come under suspicion by authorities, causing her to leave abruptly, with her leading Zeb to a mountain cabin.

James Arness ... Zeb Macahan

Fionnula Flanagan ... Molly Culhane

Bruce Boxleitner ... Luke Macahan
Kathryn Holcomb ... Laura Macahan
William Kirby Cullen ... Josh Macahan
Vicki Schreck ... Jessie Macahan

Richard Basehart ... Colonel Jerrod Flint
Ramon Bieri ... General Sheridan

Lloyd Bridges ... Orville Gant

Elyssa Davalos ... Hillary Gant

Tim Matheson ... Curt Grayson

Vera Miles ... Beth

Ricardo Montalban ... Satangkai

John Reilly ... Jeremiah Taylor

William Shatner ... Captain Harrison
Lucille Benson ... Miss Walker
William Boyett ... Dr. Dupree
Pepe Callahan ... Pedro

Bert Freed ... Hank Jimson
Kristopher Marquis ... Tommy Gant

Lin McCarthy ... Dr. Cox

Peggy McCay ... Maggie Taylor

Sean McClory ... Ben Dodge
Anita Noble ... Maria
Henry O'Brien ... Yucca

Tom Simcox ... Marshal Logan

Martha Smith ... Ellen Taylor
Ted Jordan ... Charlie

Jim B. Smith ... Hoadley Baker

William Conrad ... Narrator (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Amnesty

12 March 1978
Zeb learns Beth's husband is supposedly a dead, guilt-ridden Army hero involved in a military massacre. As Jessie nears death, Zeb decides to take her to an Arapaho medicine man - with a skeptical Luke and Josh in close pursuit.

Season 2, Episode 6: Cattle Drive

19 March 1978
Jessie recovers with the help of the Aapaho, but the tribe finds itself on the brink of starvation due to the broken promise of beef shipments. Zeb and Luke embark on a cattle-herding journey across harsh flatlands, joined by contentious Indian drovers - and trailed by a young runaway.

Season 2, Episode 7: Robber's Roost

26 March 1978
On the journey home, the stagecoach carrying Molly and Jessie is wrecked - and a dazed Jessie wanders into the desert, where she meets the young Navajo Teel-O. Zeb and Josh purchase a cattle herd to bring back to the reservation, and Zeb hires old friend Tap Henry to serve as cook on the drive.

Season 2, Episode 8: Deek

9 April 1978
Deek Peasley is reluctantly hired to lead the search party for Jessie, who tries to bridge the language gap with Teel-O. The cattle drive gets underway, shadowed by Tap's rustler cronies. While camping out, tensions mount between Deek and Molly, and a costly bargain is negotiated.

Season 2, Episode 9: The Judge

16 April 1978
Jessie and Teel-O have a fateful encounter with Teel-O's grandfather. While scouting for water, Luke comes to the rescue of Judge Rensen, who offers to seek a pardon for Luke's criminal past in Missouri. Teel-O and Jessie are stalked be would-be slavers.

Season 2, Episode 10: Gold

23 April 1978
Luke is jailed pending his hearing, and from his cell, gives a newspaper interview that draws trouble to Las Mesas. Apaches disrupt the cattle drive. Jessie is rescued, and she and the others return home to find gold in the Machan creek - just as Deek becomes more neighborly.

Season 2, Episode 11: Brothers

30 April 1978
After he learns of presence of gold, Deek bribes a land agent to seize ownership of the Macahan creek. Tap takes extreme measures to keep Zeb from learning about the rustlers. Josh arrives in Las Mesas to support Luke at the hearing and - literally - runs into Doreen, with whom he is instantly smitten.

Season 2, Episode 12: Secrets

7 May 1978
A vengeful Stillman hires local power broker Francis Britten to help convict Luke. Deek moves onto Macahan land, and Tap confesses the truth to Zeb. Luke gets a mysterious visitor.

Season 2, Episode 13: The Hearing

14 May 1978
Luke's hearing begins and things look bad for him. Frank Grayson produces proof that Luke was a member of the Flint gang. A snooping Evans overplays his hand with Deek. Josh is framed for assault by Doreen - and his brother's plight provokes Luke to drastic action.

Season 2, Episode 14: The Posse

21 May 1978
Fleeing jail with Josh, Luke finds Judge Rensen dead. When the brothers split up after narrowly eluding the posse, Josh is attacked and Zeb's pursuit ends in a face off with Stillman. The cattle drive regroups and makes a final homeward push. Deek menaces Laura and Molly for the last time.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: The Gunfighter

15 January 1979


James Arness ... Zeb Macahan

Fionnula Flanagan ... Molly Culhane

Bruce Boxleitner ... Luke Macahan
Kathryn Holcomb ... Laura Macahan
William Kirby Cullen ... Josh Macahan
Vicki Schreck ... Jessie Macahan

Jared Martin ... Frank Grayson

Morgan Woodward ... Henry Coe

Jacqueline Scott ... Mrs. Ferguson
Burton Gilliam ... Cory Nealson
Richard Wright ... Glen Nealson
David S. Cass Sr. ... Dave Nichols (as David Cass)

Dan Monahan ... Tim Ferguson
Neil Flanagan ... Farmer Henry
Peter Bourne ... Farmer Olaf
Kerry Sherman ... Cathy Ferguson
Harlan Green ... Bartender

Sab Shimono ... Cook
Ed McCready ... Charlie
Richard Lockmiller ... Beecher
Justin Lundin ... Youth

Season 3, Episode 2: The Rustler

22 January 1979


James Arness ... Zeb Macahan

Fionnula Flanagan ... Molly Culhane

Bruce Boxleitner ... Luke Macahan
Kathryn Holcomb ... Laura Macahan
William Kirby Cullen ... Josh Macahan
Vicki Schreck ... Jessie Macahan

Vincent Van Patten ... Bob Cooper
Jeff East ... Orly
Keith McDermott ... Everett
Taylor Lacher ... Ferris (as Taylor Lach)
Skip Homeier ... Minister Boyle
Guy Stockwell ... Sheriff Andrews

Noble Willingham ... Judge Carter
Dan Ferrone ... Liveryman Louis

Craig T. Nelson ... Tugger
Owen Bush ... Liveryman Craig
Arline Anderson ... Mrs. Kearney
Ford Rainey ... Rancher Barrett

Season 3, Episode 3: The Enemy

5 February 1979


James Arness ... Zeb Macahan

Fionnula Flanagan ... Molly Culhane

Bruce Boxleitner ... Luke Macahan
Kathryn Holcomb ... Laura Macahan (credit only)
William Kirby Cullen ... Josh Macahan (credit only)
Vicki Schreck ... Jessie Macahan (credit only)
Kip Niven ... Lt. Ayeless

Lee Bryant ... Elizabeth

Paul Koslo ... Jobe

Denver Pyle ... Sgt. Tripp
William Bryant ... Colonel Worth
Douglas Dirkson ... Tally
Victor Eschbach ... Harley
Duane Loken ... Wolf Paw

Ken Lynch ... Mace

Richard Moll ... Mose
Don Shanks ... Red Kettle

Season 3, Episode 4: The Innocent

12 February 1979


James Arness ... Zeb Macahan

Fionnula Flanagan ... Molly Culhane

Bruce Boxleitner ... Luke Macahan
Kathryn Holcomb ... Laura Macahan (credit only)
William Kirby Cullen ... Josh Macahan
Vicki Schreck ... Jessie Macahan

Belinda Balaski ... Missy

Bibi Besch ... Cora Johnson
David Cramer ... Jacob's Friend (as David A. Cramer)
Chester Hayes ... Organ Grinder
Ron Hayes ... Sheriff Pinter

Perry Lang ... Willie Johnson

Fredric Lehne ... Jacob Kelsay
Barney McFadden ... Esau Kelsay

George Petrie ... Dr. Baker

Charles Tyner ... Eli Kelsay

Season 3, Episode 5: Hillary

26 February 1979

Season 3, Episode 6: L'Affaire Riel

5 March 1979


James Arness ... Zeb Macahan

Fionnula Flanagan ... Molly Culhane

Bruce Boxleitner ... Luke Macahan
Kathryn Holcomb ... Laura Macahan
William Kirby Cullen ... Josh Macahan
Vicki Schreck ... Jessie Macahan

David Dukes ... Louis Riel
Laura Campbell ... Marie Revard
Jeff David ... Jacques
Philip Bruns ... Doc
Ramon Bieri ... General Sheridan
Dennis Bowen ... Lt. Anderson
Jim Emmry ... Orderly
Mike Howden ... Kooner

Gary Imhoff ... Lt. Barker
Paul Henry Itkin ... René

William Lucking ... Kenyon (as Bill Lucking)

Robert Miano ... Antoine
Lois Red Elk ... Indian Woman
Titos Vandis ... Henri
Meme Wolff ... Phoebe

Season 3, Episode 7: The Scavengers

12 March 1979


James Arness ... Zeb Macahan

Fionnula Flanagan ... Molly Culhane

Bruce Boxleitner ... Luke Macahan (credit only)
Kathryn Holcomb ... Laura Macahan
William Kirby Cullen ... Josh Macahan (credit only)
Vicki Schreck ... Jessie Macahan (credit only)

John Beck ... Clay Wesley
Lance LeGault ... Zachary

Lee de Broux ... Larch (as Lee DeBroux)
Carol Vogel ... Chastity

Mitch Carter ... Beard
Jack Stauffer ... David

Katy Kurtzman ... Nettie

Alan Caillou ... Captain Ian
Louie Elias ... Pirate Guard
Jerry Gatlin ... Mo
Miki McKenzie ... Young Wife (as Micki McKenzie)
Dorothy Meyer ... Hattie
Davis Roberts ... Douglas

Larry Moran ... Jonah (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 8: The Forgotten

19 March 1979


James Arness ... Zeb Macahan

Fionnula Flanagan ... Molly Culhane

Bruce Boxleitner ... Luke Macahan
Kathryn Holcomb ... Laura Macahan
William Kirby Cullen ... Josh Macahan
Vicki Schreck ... Jessie Macahan

Bradford Dillman ... Colonel Craig
Laurie Prange ... Prudence Willow

Missy Gold ... Stacy Willow

Ken Marshall ... Pvt. Andrew Willow (as Kenneth Marshall)

Parley Baer ... Dr. Gunnerson

Steve Brodie ... Sgt. Chester Worth
Brian Farrell ... Pvt. Jonas Atwell
Brad Wilkin ... Billy Twiggs

Season 3, Episode 9: Luke

2 April 1979


James Arness ... Zeb Macahan

Fionnula Flanagan ... Molly Culhane

Bruce Boxleitner ... Luke Macahan
Kathryn Holcomb ... Laura Macahan
William Kirby Cullen ... Josh Macahan
Vicki Schreck ... Jessie Macahan

Belinda Montgomery ... Florrie (as Belinda J. Montgomery)

Ken Swofford ... Grimes

James Best ... Sheriff Gruner

L.Q. Jones ... Batlin

David Sheiner ... Wilson (as David S. Sheiner)

Russell Wiggins ... Alan

Mills Watson ... Hutch

Gerald McRaney ... Thorne
Frederick Herrick ... Pollard

George DiCenzo ... Tomaz (as George Ralph DiCenzo)
Lucille Benson ... Miss Agnes
John Crawford ... Marshal Towne

Sam Edwards ... Station Attendant
Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. ... Jose (as Rodolfo Hoyos)

Harry Lauter ... Marshal Charlie Benton
Victor Millan ... Padre
Ruben Moreno ... Mexican Farmer
Maria O'Brien ... Luisa
Richard O'Brien ... Sheriff
Marla Pennington ... Blossom

Season 3, Episode 10: China Girl

16 April 1979


James Arness ... Zeb Macahan
Kathryn Holcomb ... Laura Macahan
William Kirby Cullen ... Josh Macahan

Bruce Boxleitner ... Luke Macahan (credit only)
Vicki Schreck ... Jessie Macahan

Fionnula Flanagan ... Molly Culhane

Keye Luke ... Leong Chung Hua
Beulah Quo ... Ah Kam

Robert Ito ... Chuk
Bill Fletcher ... The Boatswain

Soon-Tek Oh ... Kee (as Soon-Teck Oh)

Rosalind Chao ... Li Sin
Ralph Ahn ... Sam Yup

George Cheung ... The Jobber (as George Kee Cheung)

Chao Li Chi ... Storekeeper (as Chao-Li Chi)

Jerry Fujikawa ... The Immigrant (as Jerry Fuhikawa)

John Fujioka ... Song

J.D. Hall ... The Black Man
Tad Horino ... Chang

Alvin Ing ... Sam Yup Broker (as Alvin Y.F. Ing)
Joseph Kim ... The Doctor
Richard Lee-Sung ... The Sentinel
Diana Lee Lum ... The Prostitute
Peter Pan ... Watchman
Dennis Sakamoto ... Ho
Gregory Schoon ... Kee's Friend
Virginia Wing ... Kee's Mother
Victor Sen Yung ... Hospital Attendant
Bill Zuckert ... Ship's Doctor

Season 3, Episode 11: The Slavers

23 April 1979


James Arness ... Zeb Macahan

Fionnula Flanagan ... Molly Culhane

Bruce Boxleitner ... Luke Macahan
Kathryn Holcomb ... Laura Macahan
William Kirby Cullen ... Josh Macahan
Vicki Schreck ... Jessie Macahan

Fernando Lamas ... Fierro

Joaquín Martínez ... Amando Perez (as Joaquin Martinez)

John Doucette ... Sheriff Boland

Beverly Garland ... Hanna
Richard Evans ... Druey

Roy Jenson ... Trako

Kim Cattrall ... Dolores / Teresa Perez
Jorge Cervera Jr. ... Luis

Richard Davalos ... Captain Olini (as Dick Davalos)

Jose De Vega ... Caballero
Pilar Del Rey ... Esperanza
Med Flory ... Sheriff Millet

Gina Gallego ... Helena

Mike Gomez ... Brother Carlos

Luise Heath ... Mia

Rex Holman ... Luther

Mark Lenard ... Forane
Read Morgan ... Morton
Eduardo Ricard ... Padre
Natividad Vacío ... Postmaster (as Natividad Vacio)
Sam Vlahos ... Alfredo

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