The Rifleman (1958–1963)
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The Wyoming Story: Part 2 

Lucas continues his undercover assignment - searching for the source of repeating rifles that have fallen into the hands of renegade Indians. Meanwhile McCain's absence is keenly felt back in North Fork.


Joseph H. Lewis


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Episode cast overview:
Chuck Connors ... Lucas McCain
Johnny Crawford ... Mark McCain
Paul Fix ... Micah Torrance
Joan Taylor ... Milly Scott
Kent Taylor ... Forbes McKee
Russell Thorson ... Marshal Gene Burks
Enid Jaynes Enid Jaynes ... Aggie (as Enid Janes)
Chris Alcaide ... Ross
Dabbs Greer ... Finny


Still working undercover, Lucas has made contact with the local Indian agent, the source of the gun-running. His life is put in danger however when the town drunk, Finny, learns of Lucas' real purpose in being there. In his drunken state, he lets the secret out. Back in North Fork, a despondent Mark is convinced his father will never be coming back. It's been two months since he left and Mark has decided to move back to their ranch and try to make a go of farming. Written by garykmcd

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Family | Western







Release Date:

14 February 1961 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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The sign on the side of the McCain house reads: "THIS HOUSE REBUILT BY LUCAS McCAIN AND HIS SON MARK AUG. 1881 MAY God Bless Our Home" See more »


Marshal Micah Torrance: Dirt farming's a lot like cattle raising - a man's gotta have faith, like Miss Milly said. I don't think you've got enough, Mark - not if you've lost faith in your own father.
Milly Scott: Micah!
Marshal Micah Torrance: Keep quiet, Milly.
[to Mark]
Marshal Micah Torrance: Mark, you're just a boy and I've seen grown men buckle up doin' what you're tryin' to do - men like Lucas, who've lost everything they have except this house and piece of land, going off and doing whatever they can to save it and comin' back and tryin' again. Now, Mark, that's faith.
Mark McCain: I ...
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Crazy Credits

Chuck Connors breaks the 4th wall in the opening credits after he shoots his rifle and then stares into the camera. See more »

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You can't get much better than this story.
20 February 2014 | by kfo9494See all my reviews

As part two begins we have Lucas in a Wyoming town pretending to be a villain in order to apprehend some bandits that are stealing guns and selling them to the Indians. But the problem is that a local drunk knows that Lucas is working for the local Marshal and just has to tell someone. So now Lucas is unaware that the bandits are on to his real intentions. Lucas is in hot water.

This story has just about everything a western needs to grab the viewers attention. From the town of North Fork fighting a cattle disease, Mark believing his father has abandoned him and the problem that Lucas is facing in Wyoming. As a person that is not fond of two part western shows, this is the exception. Very good story that was entertaining to watch.

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