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Branded: Call to Glory (1)

McCord is sent on another mission by President Grant. This time he's ordered to find out the reason why famed military man George Armstrong Custer has been criticizing the administration's Native American policy.


Episode Info


Episode number: 2x24
Production Number: 31775
Airdate: Sunday February 27th, 1966



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Guest Stars
David Brian (1)David Brian (1)
As Gregory Hazin
Recurring
Felix LocherFelix Locher
As Sitting Bull
Recurring
Gary NewGary New
As Young Hawk
Recurring
H.M. WynantH.M. Wynant
As Lionel McAllister
Recurring
Jacquelyn HydeJacquelyn Hyde
As Libby Custer
Recurring
James Hurst (3)James Hurst (3)
As Lt. Cable
Recurring
John Pickard (2)John Pickard (2)
As General Sheridan
Recurring
Kathie BrowneKathie Browne
As Jennie Galvin
Recurring
Lee Van CleefLee Van Cleef
As Charlie Yates
Recurring
Michael PateMichael Pate
As Crazy Horse
Recurring
Richard TatroRichard Tatro
As Lt. Douglas Briggs
Recurring
Robert LansingRobert Lansing
As George Armstrong Custer
Recurring
William Bryant (1)William Bryant (1)
As President Ulysses S. Grant
Recurring
Main Cast
Chuck ConnorsChuck Connors
As Jason McCord
Other Episode Crew

CreatorLarry Cohen (1)
Executive ProducerMark Goodson  |  Bill Todman
ProducerAndrew J. Fenady
Associate ProducerDann Cahn
Music SupervisorJohn Caper, Jr.
Make-upFred B. Phillips
Set DecoratorWilliam F. Calvert
Property MasterRichard M. Rubin
Script SupervisorGeorge A. Rutter
Director of PhotographyLester Shorr
Art DirectorStan Jolley
Production ManagementHarry Hogan
Sound RecordistJoel Moss  |  Terry Kellum
Main Title Theme Written ByAlan Alch
WardrobeGordon Dawson
Sound EffectsJack Schrader
Script ConsultantJameson Brewer
Executive AssociateAnn St. Lawrence
Casting ConsultantMarvin Paige
 
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