Season 6

140 :06x01 - A Very Small Rifle

Johnny Appleseed acts as a peacemaker between the settlers and the Cherokee when a young Cherokee is accidentally shot by a young settler.
Special Guest Stars: Roger Miller as Johnny Appleseed |
Guest Stars: Anne Seymour as Corn Woman | Warren Vanders as Ben | Eddie Little Sky as Eagle | Armando Silvestre as Gabriel | Kevin Hagen as Bart Wallace | Mark Miranda as Wa-Thoa | Brian Nash as Lige | Johnny Jensen as Sandy Wallace |
Uncredited: William Smith (1) as Amos Martin
Director: Nathan Juran
Songs: Roger Miller -- Bird of Life, Roger Miller -- Plantin' Apple Seeds

141 :06x02 - The Road to Freedom

Israel helps slaves George and Jimmy Hill escape from their owners.

Intent on gaining their freedom, Negro slave George Hill and his young son Jimmy run away. Their escape is soon discovered and they are pursued by their owner, slave trader Rafe Carson.

George and Jimmy are later ambushed by Crane Hawkins, one of Carson's men. Though George suffers a broken leg, he manages to reach a river and send Jimmy away on a log that's heading downstream.
Nearby, Daniel Boone, his son Israel, and a friend, Ben, are preparing to leave their campsite. Ben and Israel go down to the stream to do some work, and they spot Jimmy clinging to the log.

Leaving Israel with Jimmy at the campsite, Ben goes off into the woods and finds Jimmy's father. But slave trader Carson and his men have also arrived in the area and are looking for George and Jimmy....
Special Guest Stars: Floyd Patterson as George Hill |
Guest Stars: Warren Vanders as Ben | Roy Jenson as Crane Hawkins | Jim Davis (1) as Rafe Carson | George Spell as Jimmy Hill | John Milford as Jud Baker
Director: William Wiard

142 :06x03 - Benvenuto... Who?

Josh Clements once again becomes involved with a scheming woman who hides a stolen diamond inside his guitar to keep her co-horts in crime from finding it.
Guest Stars: Marj Dusay as Eugenie Genet | Leon Askin as Roquelin | Aram Katcher as Thibaud | Walter Burke as Hamel | Richard Kiel as Le Mouche
Director: William Wiard
Writer: Walter Black

143 :06x04 - The Man

Daniel must disable a British cannon which threatens to sink a Continental detachment coming up river. His only help comes from two Continental Army prisoners, a British deserter, and Gabe Cooper, an escaped slave who's now a Tuscarawa chief.
Guest Stars: George Backman as Addison | Gene Evans as Stark | Kevin O'Neal as Webster | Ray Harden (1) as British Sergeant
Director: Nathan Juran

144 :06x05 - The Printing Press

Daniel and Israel travel to Philadelphia to obtain much needed supplies for the Kentucky settlers but the British have decreed that supplies can only be purchased with currency. Daniel then gets old friend Benjamin Franklin to print up a batch of counterfeit notes but this method doesn't seem very ethical to young Israel.
Guest Stars: Fredd Wayne as Benjamin Franklin | Jack Bannon (1) as Corporal Smythe | James Wainwright as Cully | Peter Bromilow as Captain Thurlow | Woodrow Parfrey as Quartermaster Owens | Alan Caillou as Sgt. Ridley | Kimetha Laurie as Sally | Daniel Nichols as Walt | Lindy Davis as Zeke | Edward J. Kelly as Guard | Wadsworth Taylor as Tillson
Director: William Wiard

145 :06x06 - The Traitor

Daniel guides the wife of a British commander to Fort Detroit to rendezvous with her husband who says he plans to surrender the fort to the Continentals.
Guest Stars: Richard Devon as Many Lives | John Orchard as Sgt. Perkins | James Wainwright as Cully | Jill Ireland as Angela Lackland | Ed Flanders as Colonel Richard Lackland | Robert Cornthwaite as Governor Guy Carleton | Walter Scott as British Soldier | Ivor Barry as Sir Henry Hamilton | Ed Long as Major Grayson
Director: Nathan Juran

146 :06x07 - The Grand Alliance

The Spanish are planning an invasion of United States territory. Only Josh Clements, Gabe Cooper, and a Spanish pirate with a grudge against his own government can save the day. Heaven help us all.
Special Guest Stars: Cesar Romero as Alejandro Buenaventura |
Guest Stars: Armando Silvestre as Captain Torres | Carlos Rivas as Sgt. Ortega | Abel Fernández as Sentry | Joel Fluellen as Joselito | Tom Hernández as Surgeon | Hugo Fargo as Lieutenant
Director: Nathan Juran
Songs: Rosie Grier -- Yankee Doodle Dandy

147 :06x08 - Target Boone

Adam Jarrett and his sons are after Daniel's hide. They blame him for the death of Adam's wife in a river boat accident which involved a boat on which Daniel was traveling.
Guest Stars: Kurt Russell as Nathan Jarrett | Will Geer as Adam Jarrett | Ron Soble as Robert Jarrett | Jack Garner as Storekeeper | Ian Wolfe as Judge | Richard Webb as Bryant | Lee J. Lambert as Gordon Jarrett | Phil Donati as Jury Foreman
Director: William Wiard

148 :06x09 - A Bearskin for Jamie Blue

The Boones befriend Jamie Blue, a young indentured servant who was born in prison and whose heart has been hardened by a lifetime of living in poverty. Can they melt Jamie's heart of stone?
Guest Stars: Bernard Fox as Carruthers | Christopher Connelly as Jamie Blue | Charles Dierkop as Dokker | JoAnna Cameron (1) as Kellie | Jim Gosa as Edwards | Don Nichols as Walt | Randy Eccles as Dink
Director: William Wiard
Writer: Frank Chase

149 :06x10 - The Cache

Josh could be headed for Kentucky's highest hanging tree when a trapper is found knifed to death near his campsite. It might take a bigger man than Daniel to get Josh out of this predicament.
Guest Stars: Ted White as Middleton | James Doohan as Angus McFarland | Alex Karras as Moose Williams | Vaughn Taylor as Judge Qualey | John Kellogg as Sam Swanson | Robert Sorrells as Hogan | James Gavin as Carey | Dick Peabody as Dawson | Luana Patten as Lucy McFarland
Director: Nathan Juran
Writer: Irve Tunick

150 :06x11 - The Terrible Tarbots

Daniel and Gabe do battle with a trio of nasty assclowns who have taken Israel hostage and stolen a chest of Army gold they were transporting.
Guest Stars: James Wainwright as Cully | Strother Martin as Pa Tarbot | Anthony Costello as Shadrach Tarbot | Zalman King as Meshach Tarbot | William Traylor as Tom Stoneman
Director: Nathan Juran

151 :06x12 - Hannah Comes Home

Hannah, a white woman captured by Native Americans in a raid 15 years before, is ransomed and returned to her husband in Boonesborough. The reunion is complicated by the fact that Hannah gave birth to a son during her captivity and he wants no part of the white man's world.
Guest Stars: William Smith (1) as Amos Martin | Ted White as Aweetok | Mary Fickett as Hannah | Ford Rainey as Jonas | Ted Eccles as Jason | William O'Connell as Pickering | Ted de Corsia as Chief Ankara
Director: Fess Parker
Writer: Harry Basch

152 :06x13 - An Angel Cried

Josh once again finds himself in a full blown mess as he and a Catholic nun struggle to stay alive in hostile Native American territory.
Guest Stars: Mariette Hartley as Sister Cecelia | Carlos Rivas as Tall Fire
Director: Fess Parker

153 :06x14 - Perilous Passage

Daniel and Gabe are joined by young Sam Weaver on their way homeward from a mission behind British lines. The only problem is that there's a bounty on their heads and someone appears to know the exact location of the route they're traveling back to Kentucky.
Guest Stars: John Davidson (3) as Sam Weaver | John Orchard as British Corporal | Liam Sullivan as Colonel Trevelyan | Gloria Grahame as Molly Hogan | James Doohan as Fletcher | Alan Caillou as Sgt. Harry Pickens | Ted Gehring as Pettigrew | Henry Oliver as Dunfee | Walter Maslow as Tory Corporal | Claude Johnson as Tory Ranger | Richard Peel as British Sergeant | Ralph Montgomery as Ruskin | Ron Heller as Tory Private
Director: Nathan Juran
Writer: Lee Karson

154 :06x15 - The Sunshine Patriots

Josh Clements and Gabe Cooper resemble 18th century versions of Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor as they bumble, stumble, and fumble their way through a spy caper in Yorktown.
Guest Stars: Isabel Sanford as Maybelle | Laurie Main as Sir Samuel Peacham | Jack Bannon (1) as Lt. Poole | Gail Kobe as Letitia Peacham | Raoul Franck as General Rochambeau | Michael Keep as Magwa | Dick Winslow as Sir Samuel Tawney | Nels Nelson as General Partridge | Harold Ayer as Butler | Ian Ireland as Colonel Percy
Director: William Wiard

155 :06x16 - Mama Cooper

Daniel and Gabe Cooper search for Gabe's mother so that he can purchase her freedom before she dies.
Special Guest Stars: Ethel Waters as Rachel Cooper |
Guest Stars: Sidney Clute as Otto Schmidt | Tyler McVey as Preacher Potter | Jean Howell as Norma Del Carruthers | Michael-James Wixted as Emmanuel | Timothy Carey as Wibberly | Louise Arthur as Mrs. Pritchard | Roy Engel as Dr. Ramsey | Bill Conklin as Mecom | Jordan Rhodes as Teddy | Sue Hirdler as Mrs. Schmidt | Sam Laws as Cuffee
Director: William Wiard
Songs: Ethel Waters -- Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

156 :06x17 - Before the Tall Man

Daniel and Rebecca play matchmaker for idealistic Nancy Hanks and hot-tempered carpenter Tom Lincoln. The only problem is that Tom wants nothing to do with Nancy but if they don't get together then a great leader will not be born.
Guest Stars: Burr deBenning as Tom Lincoln | Marianna Hill as Nancy Hanks | Harlan Warde as Nicholas Burns | Tony Gange as Denton Gahagan | Tim Weldon as Foxy

157 :06x18 - Run for the Money

It's time for the annual footrace between the settlers and the Native Americans. Since Daniel has gotten a little long in the tooth when it comes to cross country running it's up to Cincinnatus to find another candidate. He finds one in fleet-footed slave Lucas Hunter but then learns that Lucas' brother will be running for the Native Americans.
Guest Stars: James Wainwright as Cully | Jack Albertson as Shem Sweet | Peter Mamakos as Chief Bear Claw | Ji-Tu Cumbuka as Linus Hunter | Ted Gehring as Brooking | Henry Kingi as Straight Arrow | James Minotto as Walt | Dorothy Konrad as Mrs. Putnam | Robert Adler as Abram | Bill Walker (1) as Ephraim | Dino Washington as Lucas Hunter | Bob Kline (2) as Jolly
Director: Christian Nyby
Writer: Walter Black

158 :06x19 - A Matter of Vengeance

Mason Pruitt is convinced that a visitor to Boonesborough is the killer of his parents.
Guest Stars: Linda Marsh as Amy | David McLean (1) as Simon | Jim McMullan as Mason Pruitt | Ramon Bieri as Hanker | Robert Anderson as Wilson | Pete Logan as William
Director: Nathan Juran
Writer: Irve Tunick

159 :06x20 - The Landlords

Two moronic assclowns are swindled by a man who claims ownership of Boonesborough and sells them the deed.
Guest Stars: Lloyd Bochner as Churchill James | Victor French as Ess Hines | Med Flory as Bingen Hines | Natalie Core as Grace Cowles | James Wainwright as Cully | Robert Cornthwaite as Sir Ives Wallace | Tom Drury as Settler | Walter Reese as Proprietor | Pete Logan as Hart | William Plaugher as Carl Cowles |
Uncredited: William Smith (1) as Amos Martin
Director: William Wiard
Writer: Melvin Levy

160 :06x21 - Readin', Ritin', and Revoltin'

The children of Boonesborough want schoolmaster Pickering to teach them about Native American culture but their request is opposed by both the teacher and their parents.
Guest Stars: Tony Davis as Little Hawk | William O'Connell as Pickering | Billy Corcoran as Joe | Arthur Batanides as Chief Tekwatana | Rory O'Brien as Jonathan | John Daniels as Baxter | Walter Maslow as Higbee | Bill Walker (1) as Horner | Toni Gilman as Mrs. Gray | Ceil Cabot as Mrs. Williams | Stafford Morgan as Talbot | James de Closs as Gates | Maureen Crow as Mrs. Jones
Director: William Wiard
Writer: Lee Karson

161 :06x22 - Noblesse Oblige

An exiled French prince changes places with his chef because he's growing tired of fawning receptions everywhere he goes.
Guest Stars: Eddie Quillan as Proprietor | Ted White as Stage Driver | Phil Proctor as Bernard | Murray MacLeod as Edgar | David Watson (1) as Prince Louis | Jane Dulo as Mrs. Pepper | Victoria Vetri as Susan Pepper | Sonny Klein as Drunk | Elizabeth Baur as Virginia Brewster | Virginia Christine as Mrs. Brewster
Director: Nathan Juran

162 :06x23 - The Homecoming

An old man discovers that he is now the last of the Piqua tribe which once lived in the area where Boonesborough now stands. He plots to avenge the demise of his people by destroying the settlers.
Guest Stars: Sidney Clute as Pasco | David Opatoshu as Tamenund | Bart Burns as Boron | Robert Anderson as Amos | William Plaugher as Oxy James
Director: Nathan Juran
Writer: Melvin Levy

163 :06x24 - Bringing Up Josh

Josh Clements is in a spot once again when he becomes foster father to a pair of orphans. Widow Abigail Spoon has had her sights set on marrying Josh for quite a while and insists that he cannot raise the two children properly without a mother figure--namely her.
Guest Stars: Lori Saunders as Mary Pickett | Jodie Foster as Rachel | Ty Wilson as Billy | Mike Henry (2) as Creole Jim | Foster Brooks as Drunk | Loretta Leversee as Abigail Spoon | Stafford Morgan as Seth | Larry Shriver as Friend | Barney Rosenzweig as Trapper | Neal Nixon as Clem | Kathleen Crow as Woman | Keith Brock as Hoag
Director: William Wiard

164 :06x25 - How to Become a Goddess

The Onondaga tribe mistake Rebecca for a fabled red-haired goddess in their folklore thanks to the machinations of assclowns Ess and Bingen Hines.
Guest Stars: Ruth Warrick as Wise Woman | Victor French as Ess Hines | Med Flory as Bingen Hines | Paul Mantee as Atawa | Walter Coy as Chief Blackfish | Anakorita as Dawn | Frank Orsatti as Tupi | Hank Calia as Israbi
Director: William Wiard
Story: Jim Byrnes (2) | Teleplay: Don Balluck

165 :06x26 - Israel and Love

It's young love, first love for Israel who falls for the daughter of a woodcarver who has lost his inspiration to carve and is drowning himself with false shots of courage at the local crawl and fall.
Guest Stars: Cam Clarke as Pasco Jr. | Robin Mattson as Brae | Sidney Clute as Pasco | Tim O'Connor as Second | Norman Leavitt as Starkie
Director: Nathan Juran
Writer: Melvin Levy
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Adventure | Western
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Airs: Thursdays at 07:30 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 24, 1964
Ended: August 27, 1970
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