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"Cowboy G-Men" Chippewa Indians (1952)

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Henry B. Donovan (based on an original story by)
Orville H. Hampton (screenplay)
Original Air Date:
11 October 1952 (Season 1, Episode 5)
Pat and Stoney are ordered to Wisconsin to investigate an Indian agent's claim that a lumber company... See more » | Add synopsis »


 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Russell Hayden ... Pat Gallagher

Jackie Coogan ... Stoney Crockett
Phil Arnold ... Zerbo
Lillian Porter ... Winonah

Lyle Talbot ... Oliver Bartlett

Rick Vallin ... Tom Careful

Robert Bice ... No-Ko-Win

Episode Crew
Directed by
Thor L. Brooks  (as Thor Brooks)
Writing credits
Henry B. Donovan (based on an original story by)

Orville H. Hampton (screenplay) (as Orville Hampton)

Produced by
Thor L. Brooks .... associate producer (as Thor Brooks)
Henry B. Donovan .... producer
Russell Hayden .... associate producer (as Russ Hayden)
Cinematography by
William P. Whitley (photographed by) (as William Whitley)
Film Editing by
Thor L. Brooks  (as Thor Brooks)
Makeup Department
Armand Delmar .... makeup artist
Production Management
Lonnie D'Orsa .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nathan Barragar .... assistant director (as Nate Barragar)
Art Department
Henry B. Donovan .... property master
Special Effects by
Ray Mercer .... special effects
Other crew
Connie Earl .... script supervisor (as Connie Earle)

Series Crew
These people are regular crew members. Were they in this episode?
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Tod Ballard  screenplay
Monroe Manning 

Cinematography by
Gordon Avil 
Film Editing by
Seth B. Larsen  (as Seth Larsen)
Production Management
Ira Webb .... production manager
Production Companies

Additional Details

Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

Lillian Porter, the actor playing the episode's heroine, Winonah, was series hero Russell Hayden's wife at the time of the episode was shot.See more »
[Stoney sets Zerbo's "medicine" on fire, resulting in a huge explosion]
Zerbo:You are so right, sir. Technically, it is firewater.
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