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"How the West Was Won" Hillary (1979)

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Director:
Writer:
Earl W. Wallace (writer)
Original Air Date:
26 February 1979 (Season 3, Episode 5)
Genre:
Plot:

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Irving J. Moore 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Earl W. Wallace  writer

Film Editing by
Steven C. Brown 
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Lawrence S. Brooks .... second assistant director
Michael Kusley .... assistant director (as Michael N. Kusley)
 
Art Department
Earl W. Huntoon Jr. .... property master
 
Sound Department
Jack Cheap .... sound editor
Larry Hadsell .... sound
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Steve Stafford .... assistant camera
 
Music Department
Joanie Diener .... music editor
 
Other crew
Rita Lundin .... wrangler
 
Series Cast
These people are regular cast members. Were they in this episode?

Christopher Lee ... The Grand Duke

William Shatner ... Capt. Harrison

Richard Basehart ... Col. Jerrod Flint

Jack Elam ... Cully Madigan

Slim Pickens ... Tap Henry (uncredited)

Horst Buchholz ... Sergei (as Horst Bucholz)

Iron Eyes Cody ... Arapaho Medicine Man

William Conrad ... Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Matt Bennett ... Lout
William Boyett ... Dr. Dupree
Pepe Callahan ... Pedro
James Chandler ... Bartley
Don Collier ... Capt. Poynton
Russ Dodson ... Indian Brave

Robert Donner ... Mr. Evans

Robert DoQui ... Oran Nubley (as Robert Doqui)
Frank Ferguson ... Grandpa Macahan (uncredited)
Bruce M. Fischer ... Booster (as Bruce Fischer)
Shug Fisher ... Ziggy

Paul Fix ... Portagee

Bert Freed ... Hank Jimson

Richard Hale ... Old man
Henry O'Brien ... Yucca
Robert Karnes ... Mr. Stone

Richard Kiley ... Timothy Macahan (uncredited)
Eddie Little Sky ... Drives-His-Horses
Todd Lookinland ... Joshua Hanks

Justin Lord ... Wayne Nubley
Larry D. Mann ... Mr. Pennington
Ted Markland ... Nugget
Kristopher Marquis ... Tommy Gant

Lin McCarthy ... Dr. Cox (as Linwood McCarthy)
Sean McClory ... Ben Dodge
Biff McGuire ... Ed Walters
Alvy Moore ... Swenson
Henry Olek ... Hubbard
Gregg Palmer ... Loman
Robert Phillips ... Keesey
John Pickard ... Jim Turner

Tony Potter ... Townsperson (uncredited)
Hal Riddle ... Photographer
Jay Ripley ... Jess Mudd
Guillermo San Juan ... Jeremiah
Geno Silva ... Red Hawk
Tom Simcox ... Marshal Logan

Jim B. Smith ... Hoadley Baker
James Stephens ... C.L. Bradley

Dub Taylor ... Moss
Ray Tracey ... Teel-O (uncredited)
Felipe Turich ... Manuel's grandfather
Charles Wagenheim ... Las Mesas citizen
George Wallace ... Davey Wordley (as George D. Wallace)

Robert J. Wilke ... Appelton

Van Williams ... Capt. MacAllister

Mark Withers ... Tobe Harker
John Lisbon Wood ... Willy Judson
David Yanez ... Manuel
Buck Young ... Will

Martha Smith ... Ellen Taylor

Jean Allison ... Mrs. Stillman

Lynn Benisch ... Mina (as Lynn Benesch)
Gertrude Flynn ... Clara
Silvana Gallardo ... Shewelah
Sally Kemp ... Bar hostess

Vera Miles ... Beth
Anita Noble ... Maria
Trisha Noble ... Valerie
Peggy Rea ... Mother Tice

Linda Redfearn ... Little Tree (as Linda Moon Redfearn)
Jackie Russell ... Britten's woman
Mina Vasquez ... Round Pebble

Series Crew
These people are regular crew members. Were they in this episode?
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jim Byrnes  developed for television by
Howard Fast  (episodes 6 and 7)
Jack Miller  (episodes 4 and 5)
Albert S. Ruddy  developed for television by

Makeup Department
Joan Phillips .... hair stylist (10 episodes)
Walter Schenk .... makeup artist (as Walter Schenck)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Robert M. Beche .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Alan Sims .... leadman
 
Sound Department
Ken Dufva .... foley artist (1977) (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Charles Schulthies .... special effects (as Chuck Schulthies)
 
Stunts
Russ Dodson .... stunt coordinator
Dennis Lehane .... stunts
Dean Smith .... stunt coordinator
Neil Summers .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ron Anderson .... best boy
Johnny E. Jensen .... first assistant camera (1978)
Michael D. O'Shea .... camera operator (1978)
Don E. FauntLeRoy .... assistant camera (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Ron Honthaner .... post-production coordinator
Michael J. Sheridan .... post-production coordinator
Robert Souders .... additional editor (as Robert H. Souders Jr.)
 
Transportation Department
Randy Peters .... driver
 
Other crew
Tom Blomquist .... assistant to producer
Ron R. Kinsey .... co-operator: Soutwest Museum (episodes 1, 2, 3 and 5)
Calvin Spencer .... double: Lloyd Bridges
Sharon Thurgood .... studio teacher
Jack N. Young .... location manager
 

Additional Details

Runtime:
120 min (20 episodes) | 120 min (25 episodes)

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