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Gunsmoke Episode Guide

1 :01x01 - Matt Gets It

First aired: Sep/10/1955
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Robert Anderson (Jim Hill), Malcolm Atterbury (Bird), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Paul Richards (Dan Grat), John Wayne (Himself)

A wanted gunman, Dan Grat, heads to Dodge City for refuge, leading Dodge's marshal, Matt Dillon, to track the man down.



2 :01x02 - Hot Spell

First aired: Sep/17/1955
Writer: E. Jack Neuman
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: John Dehner (Cope Borden), James Westerfield (Rance Bradley), Marvin Bryan (Jason Bradley)

Marshal Dillion takes the side of an ex-con, Cope Borden, when he is wrongly accused of stealing a horse and Rance Bradley tries to lynch him for the crime. Cope is able to get his name cleared, but ends up killing Rance's nephew in a fair fight concerning a gambling argument. Now Matt has to once again defend Borden's name, despite the death of Rance's nephew.



3 :01x03 - Word of Honor

First aired: Oct/01/1955
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Claude Akins (Harry), Dick Paxton (Rudy), Robert Middleton (Jake Worth), Thom Carney (Jack), Ray Boyle (Jeff Worth)

Hank Worth, the son of wealthy rancher Jake Worth, is kidnapped and won't be released until the $20,000 ransom is met. The kidnappers are forced to enlist the help of Doc to care for Hank who has been shot in the back. However, when Hank dies from his wound, Doc has to convince the kidnappers to let him go, telling them that he won't turn them in if they let him go unharmed.



4 :01x04 - Home Surgery

First aired: Oct/08/1955
Writer: John Meston
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Wright King (Ben Walling), Gloria Talbott (Holly Hawtree), Joe De Santis (Mr. Hawtree)

On their way back to Dodge, Chester and Matt meet Holly Hawtree, a woman whose father has gangrene and needs his leg to be amputated in order to live. Matt is able to perform the surgery that the man needs, but unfortunately, the gangrene had spread past the leg and killed the man. Later, Matt finds out that the accident that led to the man contracting gangrene wasn't an accident at all.



5 :01x05 - Obie Tater

First aired: Oct/15/1955
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Royal Dano (Obie Tater), Jon Shepodd (Mitch), Pat Conway (Quade), Kathy Adams (Ella), Bert Rumsey (Bartender)

Obie Tater, a prospector, lands himself in hot water when he refuses to tell Matt where he has hidden his gold.



6 :01x06 - Night Incident

First aired: Oct/29/1955
Writer: Charles Marquis Warren
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Jeanne Bates (Mrs. Wyatt), Lou Vernon (Cal Ross), Anne Warren (White Fawn), Peter Votrian (Timmy Wyatt), Amzie Strickland (Mrs. Hinton), Robert Foulk (Mr. Hinton), Lance Warren (Maggie)

A young child, Timmy Wyatt, sees a string of murders take place, but due to the boy's past history of telling lies no one believes he's telling the truth.



7 :01x07 - Smoking Out the Nolans

First aired: Nov/05/1955
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: John Larch (Clay), Ainslie Pryor (Josh Nolan), Jeanne Bates (Mrs. Nolan), Edward Platt (Mr. Burgess)

Marshal Dillon is caught in a land dispute between Clay Young and Josh Nolan.



8 :01x08 - Kite's Reward

First aired: Nov/12/1955
Writer: John Meston
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: James Griffith (Joe Kite), Herbert Lytton (Jake Crowell), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Chris Alcaide (Barnes), Adam Kennedy (Andy Travers), Jon Locke (Beecher)

Andy Travis is earning a reputation as a fast gun, and Matt gives him a warning that this reputation will just bring men looking to shoot him down. Joe Kite comes looking for Andy, but since he is unarmed he agrees to a fist fight. While at the saloon, Matt is told that Andy has a $1000 bounty on his head. Joe overhears the conversation and goes after the bounty, knowing Andy is unarmed.



9 :01x09 - The Hunter

First aired: Nov/26/1955
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Peter Whitney (Jase Murdock), Lou Vernon (Cal Ross), Richard Gilden (Golden Calf), Robert Keene (Dude)

Jase Murdock, a buffalo hunter has come to the area for so skins. Matt wants to make sure that he stays away from the forbidden Indian territory. But no one can tell Murdoch what to do.



10 :01x10 - The Queue

First aired: Dec/03/1955
Writer: John Meston
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Keye Luke (Chen), Sebastian Cabot (Ed Bailey), Robert Gist (Rabb), Devlin Mccarthy (Howard)

Chen vows revenge after a pair of bullies, who were previously victims of a Chinese claim jumper, cut of his queue (pony tail).



11 :01x11 - General Parcley Smith

First aired: Dec/10/1955
Writer: John Meston
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Raymond Bailey (Parcley Smith), John Alderson (Ed Nash), James O'Rear (Drew Holt), Wilfred Knapp (Mr. Botkin)

General Smith, a habitual liar, arrives in Dodge spreading a rumor that the new banker is going to scam the clients out of their money and then run off.



12 :01x12 - Magnus

First aired: Dec/24/1955
Writer: John Meston
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: James Anderson (Lucifer Jones), Robert Easton (Magnus Goode), Dorothy Schuyler (Olive), Than Wyenn (Dealer), Tim Graham (Cowboy)

Christmas Eve finds Chester's brother arriving in Dodge. Magnus is a rough and rugged mountain man who, in Chester's mind, is an embarrassment to the family name. While showing him the sights it's discovered that he is a bit more worldly than Chester had known.



13 :01x13 - Reed Survives

First aired: Dec/31/1955
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Lola Albright (Lucy Hunt), John Carradine (Ephraim Hunt), James Drury (Booth Rider), Virginia Chapman (Gypsy)

Lucy Hunt rushes to Matt to accuse her husband Ephraim is planning on murdering her. But when Matt has a talk with Ephraim, he convincingly confesses his love for his wife. The plot thickens when Kitty notices a handsome, young farmhand working on the Hunt farm who also has eyes for Lucy.



14 :01x14 - Professor Lute Bone

First aired: Jan/07/1956
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Strother Martin (Mr. Stooler), Jester Hairston (Wellington), John Abbott (Professor Lute Bone), Gloria Castillo (Mrs. Ringle), Sally Corner (Mrs. Broder), Don Gardner (Mr. Ringle)

When an infant nearly dies from an elixir sold by a traveling medicine man, Doc insists that Matt do something or he will. But Matt's hands are tied until an elderly man dies from using the opium-based concoction.



15 :01x15 - No Handcuffs

First aired: Jan/21/1956
Writer: John Meston
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Mort Mills (Brake), Vic Perrin (Hank Springer), Cyril Delevanti (Turnkey), Charles H. Gray (Sheriff), Herbert Lytton (Hunter), Marjorie Owens (Woman)

Matt and Chester go on a manhunt for a disreputable deputy sheriff who comes to town and removes a prisoner from the Dodge jail without Matt's say so.



16 :01x16 - Reward for Matt

First aired: Jan/28/1956
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Val Dufour (Day Barnett), Paul Newlan (Jeremy Stoner), Helen Wallace (Mrs. Stoner), Jean Inness (Mrs. Reeves), John G. Lee (Young Farmer)

Matt is made a wanted man by the widow of a man he was forced to shoot. Men will come from all over to collect the $1000 reward and kill Matt at the same time.



17 :01x17 - Robin Hood

First aired: Feb/04/1956
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Nora Marlowe (Mrs. Bowen), Barry Atwater (Mr. Bowen), James McCallion (Vince Butler), William Hopper (John Henry Jordan), Wilfred Knapp (Mr. Botkin), S. John Launer (Judge)

John Henry Jordan is on trial for being a modern day Robin Hood, yet no one will testify against him. Having no evidence, the judge is forced to release Jordan. Matt wants him out of Dodge but has no lawful reason to have removed. The Marshall believes he can have Jordan removed as a vagrant by having a reformed gambler win away all his money. When the card shark is found injured, Matt goes on the hunt for Jordan. he finds him holed up in the home of the Bowen family, witnesses at his trial.



18 :01x18 - Yorky

First aired: Feb/18/1956
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Malcolm Atterbury (Mr. Seldon), Dennis Cross (Tom Brandt), Jeff Silver (Yorky), Mary Gregory (Mrs. Seldon), Howard Petrie (Abe Brandt)

Yorky, a young white boy who was raised by an Indian father, is shot while stealing a horse. He is taken in by a kind-hearted farmer and nursed back to health. Although Yorky has a tough time adjusting to life in Dodge, he is soon befriended by the gang. But the plot thickens when horse dealer Howard Petrie shows up in town with a herd of steeds with an uncertainty of their true owners.



19 :01x19 - 20-20

First aired: Feb/25/1956
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Pitt Herbert (Dealer), Martin Kingsley (Lee Polen), Wilton Graff (Troy Carver)

Troy Carver is a former lawman who is suffering with failing eyesight. He arrives in Dodge a wanted man by a vengeful farmer who believes Carver is responsible for the death of his brother. Carver, hiding his condition stays close to Matt as to not be a target. But eventually, he will need to face a showdown with Polan.



20 :01x20 - Reunion '78

First aired: Mar/03/1956
Writer: Harold Swanton
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Val Dufour (Jerry Shand), Maurice Manson (Andy Culley), Marion Brash (Belle Archer), Joseph V. Perry (Witness), Mason Curry (Marty)

Jerry Shand faces a hanging after the murder of Andy Culley, a happy-go-lucky hardware salesman. They need a witness to stop the hanging and Kitty believes Belle Archer knows a secret about Andy that involves a murder back when he was a Quantrill raider.



21 :01x21 - Helping Hand

First aired: Mar/17/1956
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: James Nusser (Wilkins), Brett Halsey (Steve Esler), K.L. Smith (Bill Pence), Russell Thorson (Emmett Bowers), Michael Granger (Hander)

Brett Halsey seeks a hiding place from a group of Texas trail men, hell bent on lynching him. Kitty gives him a place at the Long Branch while Matt heads off the gang. Brett reveals that his father had been abusive towards him after he too was roughed up by a group of Texas trail men and that he was planning revenge by stealing from their herd. But Doc is suspicious that Brett's baby face may be a front for exploiting people.



22 :01x22 - Tap Day for Kitty

First aired: Mar/24/1956
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: John Dehner (Nip Cullers), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Evelyn Scott (Olive), Mary Adams (Nettie), John Patrick (Jonas), Charlene Brooks (Blossom), Dorothy Schuyler (Kate)

An old man, Nip Cullers, comes to Dodge to declare his intentions of marriage to Kitty. She is not in agreement with his idea and threatens to shoot him if he doesn't leave her alone. When Nip is found murdered, Kitty seems to be the one and only likely suspect.



23 :01x23 - Indian Scout

First aired: Mar/31/1956
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Eduard Franz (Amos Cartwright), DeForest Kelley (Will Bailey), Pat Hogan (Buffalo Tounge), William Vaughn (Mr. Twitchell), Tommy Hart (Clay)

A posse marches through the streets of Dodge City carrying the bodies of 23 slain men who were ambushed by Comanche warriors. Only one scout survived the onslaught, a white man who lived with the tribe. A brother of one of the slain men vows his revenge on the scout, believing he had a part in the slaughter.



24 :01x24 - The Pest Hole

First aired: Apr/14/1956
Writer: David Victor, Herbert Little, Jr.
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Howard McNear (Mr. Bradley), Howard Culver (Mr. Hannah), Patrick O'Moore (Matthews), Evelyn Scott ( Olive), Norbert Schiller (Franz Betzer), Phil Rich (Townsman), Gordon Mills (Burkleman), Lisa Golm (Mrs. Saur)

A plague of typhoid has hit Dodge City. Kitty and some of her girls use the jail as a make-shift hospital to help care for the sick. Doc puts himself in charge of discovering the cause of the sickness before the whole town is wiped out.



25 :01x25 - The Big Broad

First aired: Apr/28/1956
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Howard Culver (Hotel Clerk), Joel Ashley (Nate Bannister), Dee J. Thompson (Lena Wave), Terry Becker (Emmett Fitzgerald), Heinie Brock (Drummer)

Big Lena and her little mate Emmett have strolled into Dodge for a game of poker. Lena is a huge woman who is as tough as any man. When Ed James, a buffalo hunter makes a pass at her, he winds up dead. Ed's partner, Nate, wants revenge on the Amazon-like behemoth.



26 :01x26 - Hack Prine

First aired: May/12/1956
Writer: John Meston, Herbert Little, Jr.
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Guest star: Leo Gordon (Hack Pine), Hal Baylor (Lee Trimble), George D. Wallace (Dolph Trimble), Wally Cassell (Oley)

Matt Dillon brings in a murderer, Lee Trimble, having been caught far from Dodge and losing his horse. Matt's old friend, Hack Prine, comes to town for some reminiscing...and as a hired gunman to kill the Marshall.



27 :01x27 - Cooter

First aired: May/19/1956
Director: Robert Stevenson
Guest star: Robert Vaughn (Kid), Strother Martin (Cooter), Brett King (Pate), Vinton Hayworth (Sissell)

Professional gambler Ben Sissle doesn't take kindly to being called a cheater. After Matt calls him so, Ben plans his revenge on the Marshall. He hands a brain-damaged man, named Cooter, a gun and warns him that Dillon wants to challenge him in a gunfight.



28 :01x28 - The Killer

First aired: May/26/1956
Director: Robert Stevenson
Guest star: Dabbs Greer (Jonas), James Nusser (Man), Charles Bronson (Crego), David Chapman (Jesse Hill)

Crago, a cold-blooded killer is in Dodge, much to the dismay of Marshall Dillon. Crago is known for egging on slow gunmen and then killing them in a challenge, but claiming that the shootings were in self defense. Matt must figure out a peaceful way to stop him, or resort to Crago's tactics and take him down in a street fight.



29 :01x29 - Doc's Revenge

First aired: Jun/09/1956
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Ainslie Pryor (George Maddow), Chris Alcaide (Clem Maddow), Harry Bartell (Ben Bartlett), Bert Rumsey ( Bartender)

Clem Maddow rides into town with two buddies and has Doc unusually upset. Matter of fact he is so upset that he wants to shoot Clem. Matt feels it's for the best if Clem leaves town immediately. Suddenly, shots ring out with Clem and his brother George being hit by gunfire. While operating, Doc reveals that he and Clem were rivals once for a woman's affection.



30 :01x30 - The Preacher

First aired: Jun/16/1956
Director: Robert Stevenson
Guest star: Royal Dano (Seth Tandy), Chuck Connors (Sam Keeler), Jim Hyland (Stage Driver), Paul Dubov (Humbert)

A stage arrives in Dodge carrying a loud braggart named Sam Keeler and a quiet man named Seth Tandy. Keeler is a pugilist who is looking for a fight. His target, mild-mannered Seth. While Matt intervenes, he becomes a stand-in for Seth, leading to an inevitable showdown.



31 :01x31 - How to Die for Nothing

First aired: Jun/23/1956
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Herbert Lytton (Stranger), James Nolan (Zach), Mort Mills (Rev. Bulow), Maurice Manson (Reisling), Lawrence Dobkin (Will Jacklin), Bill White, Jr. (Ned Bulow)

Matt has a run in with a group of trail herders. When one makes a draw on Matt, he winds up shot. His brother now wants to get his revenge.



32 :01x32 - Dutch George

First aired: Jun/30/1956
Director: Robert Stevenson
Guest star: Robert Middleton (Dutch Uncle), Tom Pittman (Jimmy McQueen)

A young man named McQueen asks for Matt's help when his horses are stolen by Dutch George, a famed horse thief and an old friend of Dillon. As Chester and Matt ride along with McQueen, they are left behind by the young man who apparently had this planned all along.



33 :01x33 - Prairie Happy

First aired: Jul/07/1956
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Anne Barton (Quiet One), Dabbs Greer (Jonas), Bert Rumsey (Bartender), Roy Engel (Citizen), Bruce Holland (Boy), John Holland (Danvers), Robert Ellenstein (Tewksbury), Wilfred Knapp (Mr. Botkin), Tyler McVey (Father)

The citizens of Dodge are in a panic when it's rumored that the Shawnee tribe is planning an attack. But Matt isn't convinced. Too many questions arise such as, why would the Shawnee give advance warning of an attack. It's discovered that Tewksbury, a frontiersman is behind the rumor, but for what reason?



34 :01x34 - Chester's Mail Order Bride

First aired: Jul/14/1956
Director: Robert Stevenson
Guest star: Bert Rumsey (Bartender), Joel Ashley (Linus), William Hamel (Customer), Mary Carver (Ann Smithwright), Russell Thorson (Brady), Fred Carson (Buffalo Hunter)

Chester has a problem when his mail order bride is planning to come to Dodge to meet him face-to-face. Feeling he is unattractive, Chester had sent her a picture of Matt instead.



35 :01x35 - The Guitar

First aired: Jul/21/1956
Director: Harry Horner
Guest star: Duane Grey (Delmar), Joseph Mell (Bill Pence), Bert Rumsey (Bartender), Jacques Aubuchon (Augie Short), Aaron Spelling (Weed Pindle), Bill Hale (Tom), Charles H. Gray (Tyler)

A mild-mannered roving guitar player has arrived in Dodge. He is being harassed by a pair of rowdies as a joke. But the joke turns dead serious when they discover he was once a soldier for the Union Army, and is now in danger of being killed.



36 :01x36 - Cara

First aired: Jul/28/1956
Director: Robert Stevenson
Guest star: Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Jorja Curtright (Cara), Chuck Webster (Sheriff Benson), Douglas Odney (Tolliver), Wilfred Knapp (Mr. Botkin)

Matt is weary when an old flame of Matt's comes to Dodge at the same time a notorious bank robber is also on his way and has sent a woman ahead to stake out the situation.



37 :01x37 - Mr. and Mrs. Amber

First aired: Aug/04/1956
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Bing Russell (Simon Fletcher), Ainslie Pryor (Peak Fletcher), Dabbs Greer (Jonas), Paul Richards (Neil Amber), Gloria McGehee (Sarah Amber)

The Amber's are a married couple trying to make a go on the farmland given to them by her brother. No matter how hard Neil Amber works to prove himself worthy to his brother-in-law, he seems to fail. Sarah Amber reveals that he is just not a farmer. When Sarah disappears, Neil, who is in stunned silence, is believed to be the only suspect.



38 :01x38 - Unmarked Grave

First aired: Aug/18/1956
Writer: David Victor, Herbert Little, Jr.
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Helen Kleeb (Mrs. Randolph), Bert Rumsey ( Bartender), William Hopper (Tasker Sloan), Ron Hagerthy (Rusty), Joe Scudero (Munro), Than Wyenn (Sheriff Darcy), Boyd Stockman (Stage Driver)

Matt needs to get outlaw Ron Hagerthy out of Dodge and on a train before his gang rides in to free him. Meanwhile, a grieving mother of a slain outlaw attempts to free Hagerthy from Matt's clutches.



39 :01x39 - Alarm at Pleasant Valley

First aired: Aug/25/1956
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Dan Blocker (Lieutenant), Lew Brown (Sam Fraser), Helen Wallace (Ma Fraser), Dorothy Schuyler (Alice Fraser), Bill White, Jr. (Tad Fraser)

A family plans to move out west since they have had nothing but hardships in Kansas. But there move is hampered by a tribe of Kiowa Indians and the pregnancy of a family member. Matt and Chester happen by at the time and make a suggestion that they give it another try in Kansas, since all homesteaders face the same trials as they had.



40 :02x01 - Cow Doctor

First aired: Sep/08/1956
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Robert H. Harris (Ben Pitcher), Dorothy Adams (Mrs. Pitcher), Tommy Kirk (Jerry Pitcher)

Doc is urgently summoned by a family that lives several miles outside of Dodge only to discover that they want him to treat their sick cow. Meanwhile, back in Dodge, one of his human patients dies.



41 :02x02 - Brush at Elkader

First aired: Sep/15/1956
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Dennis Cross (Bartender), Malcolm Atterbury (Liveryman), Gage Clarke (Hinkle), Bert Rumsey (Sam the Bartender), Paul Lambert (Lou Shippen), Alfred Linder (Clerk)

Matt travels to the town of Elkader to bring in a man who shot down his friend only to disover that the town is protecting the villain. To make things even worse, Matt doesn't know what his quarry looks like.



42 :02x03 - Custer

First aired: Sep/22/1956
Writer: Gil Doud
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Herbert Lytton (Judge), Keith Thibodeaux (Major Banker), Brian G. Hutton (Joe Trimble)

Matt is at a standstill with an Army major. The major wants him to turn over a prisoner to face desertion charges but Matt wants the man to stand trial for cattle rustling.



43 :02x04 - The Round Up

First aired: Sep/29/1956
Writer: Sam Peckinpah
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Barney Phillips (Ed Summers), Michael Hinn (Zel Blatnick), John Dierkes (Sam Rydell), Jacques Aubuchon (Ray Torp), Mason Curry (Jake), Sam Schwartz (Ted Hightower)

Fresh off a trail drive, a group of drunken cowboys arrives in Dodge. Matt tries to keep them from getting too rowdy.



44 :02x05 - Young Man with a Gun

First aired: Oct/20/1956
Director: Christian Nyby
Guest star: Sidney Clute (Spencer), Bert Rumsey (Sam the Bartender), Jack Dimond (Peyt Kertcher), Fredd Wayne (Sam Kertcher), Clegg Hoyt (Jack Rynning)

Matt kills a gunslinger in a fair fight. Then the man's 16 year old brother arrives in town vowing revenge upon the Marshal.



45 :02x06 - Indian White

First aired: Oct/27/1956
Writer: Herbert Little, Jr.
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Stanley Adams (Ross), Alexander Lockwood (Colonel Homeyman), Peter Votrian (Dennis), Clegg Hoyt (Dutchholder), Marian Seldes (Mary Cullen), Abel Fernández (Little Wolf), George Archambeault (Citizen), Kenneth Alton (Cowboy)

Mary Cullen brings home a 12 year old boy whom she believes is her son who was stolen away in a Native American raid a decade prior.



46 :02x07 - How to Cure a Friend

First aired: Nov/10/1956
Writer: Winston Miller
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Joseph Mell (Bill Pence), Bert Rumsey (Sam the Bartender), Simon Oakland (Enoch Mills), Andrew Duggan (Nick Search), Jess Kirkpatrick (Mr. Teeters)

A Texas gambler, who's also an old friend of Matt's, arrives in Dodge with the intention of fleecing one of the town's wealthier citizens in a poker game.



47 :02x08 - Legal Revenge

First aired: Nov/17/1956
Writer: Sam Peckinpah
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Cloris Leachman (Flory Tibbs), Philip Bourneuf (George Basset), Robert Strong (Clerk)

Doc has a strange encounter with a couple when he makes a service call at their home to treat the husband for a wood cutting accident. It seems as though the husband was holding a gun and his wound actually came from being cut with a knife instead of an accident with an axe.



48 :02x09 - The Mistake

First aired: Nov/24/1956
Writer: Gil Doud
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Cyril Delevanti (Driver), Mike Connors (Jim Bostick), Gene O'Donnell (Haney), Robert Hinkle (Rider), Bert Rumsey (Sam the Bartender)

Matt and Chester head out after the man they think robbed the man running the faro game at the Long Branch saloon. But their quarry might actually be an innocent man.



49 :02x10 - Greater Love

First aired: Dec/01/1956
Writer: Winston Miller
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Frank DeKova (Tobeel), Claude Akins (Jed Butler), Amzie Strickland (Mrs. Brant), Ray Bennett (Hank)

Doc is taken hostage by two wounded stagecoach robbers who want him to treat their wounds.



50 :02x11 - No Indians

First aired: Dec/08/1956
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Joel Ashley (Jake), Fintan Meyler (Arie O'Dell), Herbert Rudley (Captain Starr), Mickey Simpson (Stapp), K.L. Smith (Cran), Dick Rich (Sam Butler)

Matt, Chester, and a cavalry captain find a family killed and scalped. Their first instinct is that it's the work of the Pawnee but upon closer inspection, Matt deduces that white men, not Native Americans, did the deed.



51 :02x12 - Spring Term

First aired: Dec/15/1956
Writer: William F. Leicester
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Paul Newlan (Danch), Clayton Post (Citizen), Ross Ford (Dane Shaw), Jack Kruschen (Jed), Stanley Adams (Bartender), Harry Townes (Bill Lee), H.M. Wynant (Barker)

A man is shot with a bullet that was intended for Matt Dillon. Matt then tries to discover who wants him dead before he can strike again.



52 :02x13 - Poor Pearl

First aired: Dec/22/1956
Writer: Sam Peckinpah
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Constance Ford (Pearl Bender), Big John Hamilton (Big John), Bert Rumsey (Sam the Bartender), Johnny McGough (Jimmie), Jess Kirkpatrick (Mr. Teeters), Michael Emmet (Webb Thorne), Denver Pyle (Willie Calhoun)

A saloon gal finds herself in the middle of a messy love triangle between two suitors; neither of whom will take no for an answer.



53 :02x14 - Cholera

First aired: Dec/29/1956
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: John Smith (David), Barlett Robinson (Gabriel), Peg Hillias (Jenny), Stuart Whitman (Bart), Paul Fix (McCready), Gordon Gebert (Billy)

The dreaded disease cholera has come to Dodge. Will it spread and become an epidemic?



54 :02x15 - Pucket's New Year

First aired: Jan/05/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Bert Rumsey (Sam the Bartender), Richard Deacon (Botkin), Edgar Stehli (Ira Pucket), Grant Withers (Jed Larner), Rocky Shahan (Jim)

Ira Puckett, who was abandoned on the prairie in freezing weather by his guide, manages to make it into Dodge and proceeds to make a major nuisance of himself.



55 :02x16 - The Cover Up

First aired: Jan/12/1957
Writer: William Robson
Director: William D. Russell
Guest star: Malcolm Atterbury (Jed Bates), Roy Engel (Hoffer), Vivi Janiss (Sara Baxton), Theodore Marcuse (Zack Ritter), Tyler McVey (Sam Baxton)

Matt wonders why one man refuses to press charges against another man who took a shot at him.



56 :02x17 - Sins of the Father

First aired: Jan/19/1957
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Angie Dickinson (Rose Daggit), Peter Whitney (Big Dan Daggitt), Gage Clarke (Mr. Dobie), Paul Wexler (Rodin)

Big Dan Daggit and his Native American wife, Rose, cause quite a stir amongst the townspeople when they arrive in town. It seems as though Rose is the daughter of an Arapaho chief who once raided Dodge and several citizens have long memories.



57 :02x18 - Kick Me

First aired: Jan/26/1957
Writer: Louis Vittes, Endre Bohem
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Frank DeKova (Tobeel), Paul Lambert (Harry Bent), Robert H. Harris (Fred Meyers), Julie Van Zandt (Jennifer Myers)

A bank robber who just killed his partner arrives in Dodge with his wife. The couple open up a dress shop and attempt to live a normal life but are followed into town by a Native American whom the robber double crossed.



58 :02x19 - Executioner

First aired: Feb/02/1957
Writer: Gil Doud
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Liam Sullivan (Tom Clegg), Robert Keys (Abe Curry), Michael Hinn (Morgan Curry)

The brother of a deceased man begins stalking the gunfighter who killed his sibling.



59 :02x20 - Gone Straight

First aired: Feb/09/1957
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Carl Betz (Nate Timble), Joe De Santis (Gunter), Tige Andrews (Mike Postil), John Dierkes (Ace), Marianne Stewart (Mrs. Timble), Ward Wood (Parker)

Matt learns that a respected Dodge City citizen has been protecting a wanted man.



60 :02x21 - Bloody Hands

First aired: Feb/16/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Russell Johnson (Joe Stranger), Lawrence Dobkin (Jack Brand), Gloria Marshall (Linda Hawkins), Harvey Grant (Billy), David Saber (Tom)

After a gunfight in which he is forced to kill three men, Matt begins having nightmares and later turns in his badge because he's sick of killing.



61 :02x22 - Skid Row

First aired: Feb/23/1957
Writer: Gil Doud
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Susan Morrow (Ann Cabot), Joseph Sargent (Jack Shomer), Guinn "Big Boy" Williams (Hank Groat)

Ann Cabot arrives in Dodge from Connecticut to marry her fiancee, Jack Shomer, but he doesn't want to see her because he's failed at farming and is now an alcoholic.



62 :02x23 - Sweet and Sour

First aired: Mar/02/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Ken Mayer (Hank), John Mitchum (Joe), Walter Reed (Joe Garrett), Karen Sharpe Kramer (Rena Decker), John Alderson (Ab Laster), George Archambeault (Agent)

Four men are dead at the Long Branch saloon and the smokin' hot new dance hall gal is the cause.



63 :02x24 - Cain

First aired: Mar/09/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Harry Bartell (Cain Vestal), Mark Roberts (Joel Adams), Paul Dubov (Pritchard), Dan Riss (Mike), Howard Ludwig (Pete)

Rancher Cain Vestal is forced to come to terms with his checkered past.



64 :02x25 - Bureaucrat

First aired: Mar/16/1957
Writer: William F. Leicester
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Ken Lynch (Will Stroud), Ned Glass (Husk), John Hoyt (Rex Procter), William Bryant (Charlie Frost)

A Washington bureaucrat arrives in Dodge City and almost immediately tries to change the way Matt Dillon does things in the town.



65 :02x26 - Last Fling

First aired: Mar/23/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Frank DeKova (Mulligan Rives), Susan Morrow (Melanie), Florenz Ames (John Peavy), Anne O'Neal (Sabina Peavy)

Two assclowns arrive in Dodge for one "last fling" and make nuisances of themselves with the dance hall gals especially Kitty. Then, when one of them gets shot, he tells Matt that Kitty was the culprit.



66 :02x27 - Chester's Murder

First aired: Mar/30/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Tom Greenway (Ned Pickard), Gage Clarke (Mr. Dobie), Murray Hamilton (Jake Buley), Peggie Castle (Nita Tucker), Charles Conrad (Man), Tim Graham (Jonas)

Matt has to prove that deputy Chester is innocent of killing a gambler with whom he had an argument in the Long Branch over a saloon gal.



67 :02x28 - The Photographer

First aired: Apr/06/1957
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: William D. Russell
Guest star: Ned Glass (Grubby), Howard Culver (Citizen), Sebastian Cabot (Professor Jacoby), Dorothy Schuyler (Kate), Dean Fredericks (Gart), Charles Horvath (Left Hand)

Matt wonders whether or not a newly arrived photographer had a hand in the death of a man.



68 :02x29 - Wrong Man

First aired: Apr/13/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Don Keefer (Sam Rickers), Catherine McLeod (Letty), Robert Griffin (Catlin)

Sam Rickers arrives at Matt's office with a dead man in the back of his wagon wanting to know if he can collect a reward. But it appears at first glance that the decedant was not wanted.



69 :02x30 - Big Girl Lost

First aired: Apr/20/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Gloria McGehee (Laura Simmons), Judson Pratt (Bill Pence), Michael Pate (Philip Locke), Gerald Milton (Ed Doolin)

Philip Locke is determined to take Laura Simmons away from the Long Branch saloon and home with him. Only Laura doesn't want to go.



70 :02x31 - What the Whiskey Drummer Heard

First aired: Apr/27/1957
Writer: Gil Doud
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Robert Burton (Sheriff Tom Smith), Vic Perrin (Wilbur Hawkins), Robert Karnes (Tom Roberts), Bert Rumsey (Sam the Bartender)

Inside the Long Branch, a whiskey drummer tells Matt that he overheard a plot against the Marshal's life.



71 :02x32 - Cheap Labor

First aired: May/04/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Robert F. Simon (Ben Stancil), James Nusser (Bum), Andrew Duggan (Fos Capper), Peggy Webber (Stancil), Susan Morrow (Melanie), Allen Emerson (Joe)

Fos Capper arrives in town hoping to marry Flora Stancil but her brother is vehemently opposed to the union.



72 :02x33 - Moon

First aired: May/11/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: William D. Russell
Guest star: Stafford Repp (Charlie Brewer), Phillip Pine (Vint), Tom Palmer (Jack Salter), Rebecca Welles (Nan Mellors), Jane Ray (Vickie)

After a man is found dead, Matt tries to find out the truth when the deceased's friend accuses someone of the crime.



73 :02x34 - Who Lives by the Sword

First aired: May/18/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Harold Stone (Joe Delk), Hal Baylor (Mike), Robert Cross (Lew Baxter), Steven Terrell (Billy Baxter), Harry Woods (Snyder), Sheila Noonan (Mrs. Baxter)

There's trouble at the Long Branch again when a gunslinger kills two young men after goading them into drawing.



74 :02x35 - Uncle Oliver

First aired: May/25/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Earle Hodgins (Uncle Oliver Stang), Paul Wexler (Viney Stang)

Chester's eccentric "Uncle" Oliver Stang arrives in Dodge City and thus begins troublesome times for the lame deputy.



75 :02x36 - Daddy-O

First aired: Jun/01/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: John Dehner (Wayne Russell), Cyril Delevanti (Messenger), Judson Pratt (Bill Pence)

Kitty's long lost father arrives in Dodge City and tries to get her to go back to New Orleans with him. It seems he's got an investment opportunity for her there.



76 :02x37 - The Man Who Would Be Marshal

First aired: Jun/15/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: William D. Russell
Guest star: Alex Sharp (Jeff Willoughby), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Ned Glass (Mr. Pibbs), Herbert Rudley (Emmett Egan), Clancy Cooper (Bozeman), Rusty Wescoatt (Gere), Kelly Thordsen (Wilson Willoughby), Walter Barnes (Odell), June Carter Cash (Clarise), Kirby Smith (Mr. Botkin)

A former Army officer decides that he would like to have Matt Dillon's job. Matt then takes the man on rounds to show him the job isn't quite as easy as he thinks.



77 :02x38 - Liar from Blackhawk

First aired: Jun/22/1957
Writer: Herbert Little, Jr.
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Denver Pyle (Hank Shinn), Strother Martin (Ed Davey), Howard Culver (Hotel Clerk), Bert Rumsey ( Sam the Bartender), John Doucette (Al James), Fred Graham (Cowboy)

A gunslinger is forced to kill a drunken man in a saloon when the intoxicated man attempts to draw on him.



78 :02x39 - Jealousy

First aired: Jul/06/1957
Writer: Sam Peckinpah
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Jack Kelly (Cam Durbin), Joan Tetzel (Tilda Durbin), Jack Mann (Jack Davis), Than Wyenn (Lonnie Pike), Barbara Dodd (Waitress), Ken Drake (Cowboy)

A jealous husband goes gunning for Matt Dillon after a gossip starts spreading rumors that the Marshal is having an affair with his wife.



79 :03x01 - Crack-Up

First aired: Sep/14/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: John Dehner (Nate Springer), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Jean Vaughn (Girl), Jess Kirkpatrick (Mr. Teeters), Preston Hanson (Jess), Brick Sullivan (Bartender)

Hired gun Nate Springer challenges Dillon to find out who paid for the marshal's assassination.



80 :03x02 - Gun for Chester

First aired: Sep/21/1957
Director: Louis King
Guest star: George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Howard Culver (Hotel Clerk), Thomas Coley (Asa Ledbetter), Clayton Post (Man)

Chester comes to believe a man named Asa Ledbetter plans to kill him. Ledbetter claims Chester killed his brother. When Chester gets shot and claims Ledbetter shot him, Matt must sort the mess out.



81 :03x03 - Blood Money

First aired: Sep/28/1957
Director: Louis King
Guest star: Robert Nash (Grant), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Vinton Hayworth (Harry Spencer), James Dobson (Joe Sharpe), Lawrence Green (Smith), Allan Nixon (Adams)

Matt receives a wanted poster for Joe Sharpe, a bank robber. Then he learns that Sharpe left town with Harry Spenser, who also knows about the reward, and means to collect it.



82 :03x04 - Kitty's Outlaw

First aired: Oct/05/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Chris Alcaide (Cowboy), Howard Culver (Hotel Clerk), Ainslie Pryor (Cole Yankton), Jack Mann (First Man)

Kitty invites Matt to dinner at an obscure spot. He and Chester suspect she's helping an outlaw but are shocked when they learn why.



83 :03x05 - Potato Road

First aired: Oct/12/1957
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Robert F. Simon (Pa Grilk), Jeanette Nolan (Ma Grilk), Morgan Woodward (Calhoun), Tom Pittman (Budge Grilk)

Budge Grilk wants Matt to arrest his father for murder, but when Matt gets to the Grilk house, the Grilks capture him, and he learns they plan a bank robbery.



84 :03x06 - Jesse

First aired: Oct/19/1957
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Edward Binns (Bill Stapp), George Brenlin (Jesse Pruett), James Maloney (Karl)

A man named Jesse Pruett comes to Dodge City to kill a man he thinks killed his father. Matt, naturally, can't let that happen.



85 :03x07 - Mavis McCloud

First aired: Oct/26/1957
Director: Buzz Kulik
Guest star: Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Fay Spain (Mavis McCloud), Kelly Thordsen (Linc), Dan Sheridan (Stage Driver), Max Showalter (Barney Wales (as Casey Adams)), Robert Cornthwaite (Lou Staley)

Mavis McCloud comes to Dodge and marries Barney Wales. But unfortunately for both of them, Mavis fled ahead of trouble named Lou Staley, who has come looking for her. Staley plans to kill Wales - and Matt, too, if he interferes.



86 :03x08 - Born to Hang

First aired: Nov/02/1957
Director: Buzz Kulik
Guest star: Wright King (Joe Digger), Anthony Caruso (Hank), Ken Lynch (Ed Glick), Mort Mills (Robie), Dorothy Adams (Mrs. Glick)

After two men try to lynch him, Joe Digger wants fatal revenge and Matt has to put a stop to his plans.



87 :03x09 - Romeo

First aired: Nov/09/1957
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Robert Vaughn (Andy Bowers), Barry Kelley (Jake Pierce), Bill Erwin (Preacher (as William L. Erwin)), Bill McGraw (Ab Drain), Tyler McVey (Emmett Bowers), Robert McQueeney (Pete Knight), Barbara Eden (Judy Pierce)

Land baron Jake Pierce becomes infuriated when his daughter falls in love with the son of his enemy Emmett Bowers, and threatens Dodge City over it, forcing Matt to engineer a plan to stop him.



88 :03x10 - Never Pester Chester

First aired: Nov/16/1957
Director: Richard Whorf
Guest star: Tom Greenway (Trevitt), Woody Chambliss (Shiloh), Gary Vinson (Jim), Buddy Baer (Stobo), Paul Birch (Boss)

Matt sends Chester out to deal with some rowdy cowboys. But they get the best of Chester and take him for a drag behind their horses, leaving him half-dead. Matt then sets out to bring them to justice.



89 :03x11 - Fingered

First aired: Nov/23/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: James Sheldon

Jim Cobbett comes to town to marry a woman from back east, but a man named Hank Luz tries to derail his plans, accusing him of murder. Matt must discover why.



90 :03x12 - How to Kill a Woman

First aired: Nov/30/1957
Director: John Rich
Guest star: Pernell Roberts (Nat Pilcher), Jolene Brand (Young Bride), Barry Atwater (Jesse Daggett), Robert Brubaker (Jim Buck), George Cisar (Whiskey Drummer), John Parrish (Old Rancher)

After a murder on a stagecoach, the driver tells Matt there's a connection between the murderer Nat Pilcher and the station manager Jesse Daggett. But Daggett won't talk, not even when more people die, leaving Matt to figure out what happened on his own.



91 :03x13 - Cows and Cribs

First aired: Dec/07/1957
Director: Richard Whorf
Guest star: Mabel Albertson (Ma Smalley), Val Avery (Joe Nadler), Anne Barton (Mrs. Nadler), Kathie Browne (Mrs. Thorpe), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Bartlett Robinson (Bowers), Jud Taylor (Ed Thorpe (as Judson Taylor))

After fever takes a young couple, Matt brings their orphaned child to Dodge and entrusts it to Ma Smalley until a proper home can be found. Just when Ma Smalley thinks she has found a good family, the Nadlers, Matt discovers something that changes her mind.



92 :03x14 - Doc's Reward

First aired: Dec/14/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: Richard Whorf
Guest star: Jack Lord (Myles Brandell / Nate Brandell), Brick Sullivan (Bartender), Bruce Wendell (Joe), Netta Packer (1st Lady), Jean Fenwick (2nd Lady)

Doc sets out to help a sick man and winds up killing a man who shoots his horse. The man's brother, thinking Doc murdered for reward money, comes looking for revenge.



93 :03x15 - Kitty Lost

First aired: Dec/21/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Gage Clarke (Dobie), Stephen Ellsworth (Pence), Brett King (Pete), Warren Stevens (Rachmil)

Miss Kitty disappears after taking a midnight drive with a slick character from back east. Matt goes looking.



94 :03x16 - Twelfth Night

First aired: Dec/28/1957
Writer: John Meston
Director: John Rich
Guest star: James Griffith (Joth Monger), Rose Marie (Mrs. Monger), Dick Rich (Farmer), William Schallert (Eben Hakes)

A Virginia hillbilly comes to Dodge City to continue a feud.



95 :03x17 - Joe Phy

First aired: Jan/04/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Paul Richards (Joe Phy), William Kendis (Carey Post), Morey Amsterdam (Cicero Grimes), Kenneth Becker (Cowboy), Jack Reitzen (Bartender)

Matt and Chester travel to the small town of Elkader in search of a man who shot Matt. There they run into trouble in the form of U.S. Marshall Joe Phy - but the marshal isn't quite what he seems to be.



96 :03x18 - Buffalo Man

First aired: Jan/11/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Patricia Smith (Abby), Jack Klugman (Earl Ticks), John Anderson (Ben Siple), Abel Fernández (Indian)

Matt and Chester confront a pair of buffalo hunters poaching on Indian land. The hunters overpower them and leave them for the Indians.



97 :03x19 - Kitty Caught

First aired: Jan/18/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Richard Whorf
Guest star: John Compton (Blain), Pat Conway (Billy Gunter), Bruce Gordon (Jed Gunter), William Keene (Mr. Botkin), Charles Tannen (Bank Cashier)

Billy and Jed Gunter come to Dodge to rob the bank, and end up taking Kitty hostage. Matt has to bring them to justice without getting her killed.



98 :03x20 - Claustrophobia

First aired: Jan/25/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Vaughn Taylor (Ollie Ridgers), Joe Maross (Jim Branch), Willard Sage (Dever), Lynn Shubert (Hank), Jason Johnson (Judge), James Winslow (Giles)

Ollie Ridgers' friend convinces him to visit Miss Kitty's saloon in Dodge City. While he's there men kill his livestock, and he tracks them down and kills one of them. How does a man with claustrophobia face a long prison sentence?



99 :03x21 - Ma Tennis

First aired: Feb/01/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Buzz Kulik
Guest star: Corey Allen (Ben Tennis), Ron Hagerthy (Andy Tennis), Nina Varela (Ma Tennis)

Matt arrests a killer who gets help breaking out of jail from an unlikely source.



100 :03x22 - Sunday Supplement

First aired: Feb/08/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Richard Whorf
Guest star: George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Werner Klemperer (Clifton Bunker), Eddie Little Sky (Chief Little Hawk (as Ed Little)), Theodore Newton (Major), K.L. Smith (Karl), Jack Weston (Samuel Spring), David Whorf (Jack)

Two writers come to Dodge City in search of a story. When they cannot find one, they decide to make one, causing trouble for Matt.



101 :03x23 - Wild West

First aired: Feb/15/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Richard Whorf
Guest star: Phyllis Coates (Hattie Kelly), Philip Bourneuf (Kelly), Paul Engle (Yorky Kelly), Robert Gist (Rourke), Murray Hamilton (Cutter)

Hattie Kelly conspires with two men, Rourke and Cutter. They plan to kill her husband and sell the ranch for the profit. Hattie's son follows the men but loses them, then finds Matt and asks for help.



102 :03x24 - The Cabin

First aired: Feb/22/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: John Rich
Guest star: Patricia Barry (Belle), Claude Akins (Hack), Harry Dean Stanton (Alvy)

Caught in a blizzard, Matt seeks refuge in a cabin. And that's just the beginning of his problems.



103 :03x25 - Dirt

First aired: Mar/01/1958
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Gail Kobe (Polly Troyman), June Lockhart (Crazy Beulah), Ian MacDonald (Mr. Troyman), Barry McGuire (Henry Troyman), Tyler McVey (Unknown), Wayne Morris (Nat Sieber)

Nat and Polly will soon be married when Polly's brother Henry discovers something about Nat that makes him try to stop the marriage. On the wedding day, someone shoots Nat and folks believe Henry did it. But Matt isn't convinced.



104 :03x26 - Dooley Surrenders

First aired: Mar/08/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: John Rich
Guest star: George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Ken Lynch (Colpitt), Strother Martin (Emmett Dooley), Ben Wright (Ross), James Maloney (Faber), James Nusser (Nelson)

A skinner named Emmett Dooley comes to believe he killed a man while drunk. So he turns himself in, but Matt isn't convinced.



105 :03x27 - Joke's on Us

First aired: Mar/15/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Craig Duncan (Jim Duval), Weston Gavin (Clabe Tilman), Virginia Gregg (Mrs. Tilman), Kevin Hagen (Bill Jennings), Michael Hinn (Frank Tilman), Herbert Lytton (Tom Benson), Bartlett Robinson (Jake Kaiser)

Frank Tillman hangs for horse theft, but the lynch mob who hung him made a mistake. That means Matt's after someone - maybe several folks - for murder. But he can't get far without help from the murdered man's widow and son, and they aren't talking. Matt has to figure out why.



106 :03x28 - Bottleman

First aired: Mar/22/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: John Rich
Guest star: John Dehner (Tom Cassidy), Ross Martin (Dan Clell), Peggy McCay (Fiora Clell)

Tom Cassidy, a usually peaceful drunk, threatens to kill a newcomer to Dodge City, and Matt must figure out why to head off a tragedy.



107 :03x29 - Laughing Gas

First aired: Mar/29/1958
Writer: James Fonda
Director: John Rich
Guest star: Val Benedict (Cloud Marsh), June Dayton (Mrs. Stafford), Cyril Delevanti (Old Man), Dean Harens (Earl Stafford), Jess Kirkpatrick (Mr. Teeters)

Earl Stafford and his wife visit Dodge with their traveling show, including laughing gas. Cloud Marsh, humiliated by his antics under the influence of the gas, gathers his brothers and beats Stafford badly. But Stafford once had another name and another profession, and that spells trouble for the Marsh brothers.



108 :03x30 - Texas Cowboys

First aired: Apr/05/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: John Rich
Guest star: Ned Glass (Sam Peeples), Clarke Gordon (Gil Choate), Allan "Rocky" Lane (Kin Talley), John Mitchum (Bob), Stafford Repp (Hightower)

When a cowboy is murdered, his friends decide to handle justice themselves. Matt can't let that happen, so he forces this issue in a way that makes him very unpopular.



109 :03x31 - Amy's Good Deed

First aired: Apr/12/1958
Director: John Rich
Guest star: Lou Krugman (Emmett Gold), Jeanette Nolan (Amy Slater)

Amy Slatter comes to Dodge City to kill Matt. But does she really want to kill him, or does she want something else? And why is she so angry with the marshal? Matt must find out.



110 :03x32 - Hanging Man

First aired: Apr/19/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: John Rich
Guest star: Robert Osterloh (Dan Dresslar), Helen Kleeb (Mrs. Sawyer), Zina Provendie (Cora Bell), Dick Rich (Hank), K.L. Smith (Jim), Luis Van Rooten (Mel Tucker)

Mel Tucker wants to marry Cora Bell but has no money. Then a shopkeeper hangs himself in his shop and Mel starts spending on wedding preparations. Matt smells a rat and arrests Mel, but when another shopkeeper dies the same way, he must release the man and figure out what's really going on.



111 :03x33 - Innocent Broad

First aired: Apr/26/1958
Director: John Rich
Guest star: Aaron Saxon (Joe Bassett), Myrna Fahey (Linda Bell), Ed Kemmer (Lou Paxton)

Linda Bell comes to Dodge City to meet her fiance Lou Paxton. En route, Joe Bassett accosts her, angering Lou who wants a confrontation.



112 :03x34 - The Big Con

First aired: May/03/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: John Rich
Guest star: Raymond Bailey (Shane), Alan Dexter (Hook), Gordon Mills (Varden), Joseph Kearns (Banker Papp)

Three men manage to con a banker, Papp, out of $20,000. To ensure Matt won't try to stop them from leaving town, they kidnap Doc Adams.



113 :03x35 - Widow's Mite

First aired: May/10/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Katharine Bard (Ada Morton), Ken Mayer (Zack Morton), Marshall Thompson (Leach Fields)

Matt catches Zack Fields robbing the Express Office and shoots him dead but cannot find the loot. Later, a gambler named Leach Fields marries Zack's widow Ada; Matt thinks Leach wants to robbery money and plans to stop him.



114 :03x36 - Chester's Hanging

First aired: May/17/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Walter Barnes (Jack Haney), Sam Edwards (Lee Binders), Charles Cooper (Jim Cando)

Matt nabs wanted stagecoach bandit Jim Cando. Cando orders his henchman Lee Binders to break him out. In the process, Lee nearly hangs Deputy Goode.



115 :03x37 - Carmen

First aired: May/24/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Tommy Farrell (Atwood), Ray Teal (Sergeant Jones), Alan Gifford (Major Harris), Ruta Lee (Jennie Lane), Robert Patten (Nate Brand)

After three cavalry men die during a payroll robbery, fort commander Major Harris gives Matt two days to produce the bandits - or he'll find them his own way, starting with declaring martial law in Dodge City.



116 :03x38 - Overland Express

First aired: May/31/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Seymour Berns
Guest star: Jan Arvan (Stationmaster), Clem Bevans (Fly), Jimmy Cross (Hank), James Gavin (Wells), Alfred Hopson (Bill), Peter Mamakos (Art Carp), Simon Oakland (Jim Nation), Forrest Stanley (Griffin)

Matt and Chester are bringing Jim Nation back to Dodge City to stand trial for murder. But a robber gets the drop on Matt, and he faces the unpleasant prospect of trusting his murder suspect!



117 :03x39 - The Gentleman

First aired: Jun/07/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Virginia Baker (Boni Damon), Henry Corden (Butler), Timothy Carey (Tiller Evans), Jack Cassidy (Marcus France)

Gambler Marcus France falls for Boni Damon, one of Kitty's girls. Unfortunately for France, a rough character named Tiller Evans considers Boni his girl. Matt has to figure out how to keep France alive.



118 :04x01 - Matt for Murder

First aired: Sep/13/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Richard Whorf
Guest star: Elisha Cook (Henchman), Bruce Gordon (Red Samples), Robert J. Wilke (Wild Bill Hickok)

Wild Bill Hickock comes up with a plan to clear Matt Dillon name after he is accused by Tom Samples of killing an innocent man.



119 :04x02 - The Patsy

First aired: Sep/20/1958
Director: Richard Whorf
Guest star: Peter Breck (Fly Hoyt), John Alderman (Dave Thorp), Jan Harrison (Holly Fanshaw), Martin Landau (Thorp), Ken Lynch (Jim Cavanaugh)

Matt believes a young man, Fly Hoyt, is innocent of shooting a man in the back despite having an eye witness who swears that it was Hoyt who pulled the trigger.



120 :04x03 - Gunsmuggler

First aired: Sep/27/1958
Director: Richard Whorf
Guest star: Frank DeKova (Tobeel), Sam Edwards (Cowboy), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Lou Krugman (Smuggler), Paul Langton (Major Evans)

A Pawnee renegade raid on a farm has Matt wondering who is smuggling rifles to the Indians. But when it's discovered the rifles are outdated and are basically worthless since no one makes bullets for that model anymore, that the Pawnee will reveal get their revenge on whoever sold them the guns.



121 :04x04 - Monopoly

First aired: Oct/04/1958
Director: Seymour Berns
Guest star: Robert Gist (Speegle), Clegg Hoyt (Bob Adams), J. Pat O'Malley (Joe Trimble), Harry Townes (Ivy)

Mr. Ivy, a freight owner in Dodge may be the suspect of a homestead being torched and the death of his wife when it is discovered that the home owner refused to sell his business to the stranger.



122 :04x05 - Letter of the Law

First aired: Oct/11/1958
Director: Richard Whorf
Guest star: Clifton James (Brandon Teek), Harold Stone (Judge Rambeau), Al Ruscio (Haley), Bartlett Robinson (Lee Sprague), Fred Kruger (Straker), Mary Carver (Sarah Teek)

Matt refuses to serve eviction papers on a farmer and his pregnant wife after a judge refuses to stop the process. When another man is given the duty, the farmer and his wife are roughened up.



123 :04x06 - Thoroughbreds

First aired: Oct/18/1958
Writer: John Meston
Guest star: Walter Barnes (Burke), Dan Blocker (Keller), Ron Randell (Jack Portis)

Kitty is the witness of a gunfight in which she claims a stranger to Dodge City, Jack Portis, drew first on his victims.



124 :04x07 - Stage Hold-Up

First aired: Oct/25/1958
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Charles Aidman (Verd), John Anderson (Yermo), Robert Brubaker (Jim Buck), Sandy Kenyon (Green), Bob Morgan (Charley)

A stage coach containing passengers Matt and Chester, is held up by a couple of bandits. During a skirmish a passenger is shot but neither of the lawmen saw the murderer's face. While in Dodge, Matt is positive he recognizes a strangers voice as the shooter.



125 :04x08 - Lost Rifle

First aired: Nov/01/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Richard Whorf
Guest star: Bert Rumsey (Sam the Bartender), Tom Greenway (Will Gibbs), Lew Gallo (Joe Spangler), Paul Engle (Andy Spangler), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Charles Bronson (Ben Tiple)

Ben Tiple, a good friend of Matt Dillon is accused of murdering Will Gibbs, but the only evidence is missing.



126 :04x09 - Land Deal

First aired: Nov/08/1958
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Murray Hamilton (Jim Calhoun), Ross Martin (Keppert), Dennis Patrick (Trumbill), Nita Talbot (Sidna Calhoun)

When a stranger leading some immigrants planning on settling outside of Dodge wants Matt to give him a badge to avert trouble, he gets suspicious and rides out to their camp to see what is really up.



127 :04x10 - Lynching Man

First aired: Nov/15/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Richard Whorf
Guest star: Bing Russell (Ed Shelby), O.Z. Whitehead (Hank Blenis), Robert Montgomery Jr. (Billy Drico), George Macready (Charlie Drain), Michael Hinn (Gil Mather), Chuck Hayward (Jake), Charles H. Gray (Bob Gringle)

Hank Blenis is found alone, lynched. Charlie Drain believes he knows who was responsible for the hanging and will take care of it himself since the Marshal seems to be dragging his feet with the case.



128 :04x11 - How to Kill a Friend

First aired: Nov/22/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Richard Whorf
Guest star: Philip Abbott (Ben Corder), Pat Conway (Toque Morlan), James Westerfield (Harry Duggan)

Marshal Matt Dillon is hunted down by an old friend when he refuses a bribe to let a fixed poker game be played in Dodge City.



129 :04x12 - Grass

First aired: Nov/29/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Richard Whorf
Guest star: Chris Alcaide (Ned Curry), Philip Coolidge (Harry Pope), Charles Fredericks (Earl Brant)

When a man is killed by a farmer who was defending himself against two men trying to scare him off his land, the surviving thug plans to exact his revenge.



130 :04x13 - The Cast

First aired: Dec/06/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: Ben Carruthers (Rufe Tucker), Robert F. Simon (Shell Tucker)

After a farmers wife swallows a nail, her son runs to tell Doc Adams. But when the woman dies, Matt fears that Doc's life will be in danger, knowing the man distrusts doctors. He is made a suspect when Doc is shot at while walking the streets of Dodge.



131 :04x14 - Robber Bridegroom

First aired: Dec/13/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Richard Whorf
Guest star: Burt Douglas (Jack Fitch), Clem Fuller (Joe), Jan Harrison (Laura Church), Frank Maxwell (Stage Driver), Donald Randolph (Reeves), Dan Sheridan (Hank), Tex Terry (Pete)

A woman is kidnapped while a stage coach is being robbed by a down on his luck rancher. But the woman's fiancé wants her back, and the kidnapper dead.



132 :04x15 - Snakebite

First aired: Dec/20/1958
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Andy Clyde (Poney Thompson), Charles Maxwell (Walt Moorman), Warren Oates (Jed Hakes)

When Poney Thompson exacts his revenge on two men who killed his dog, he winds up the prime suspect in the death of one of the troublemakers. But a search ensues when Poney escapes from Chester on the way to jail.



133 :04x16 - Gypsum Hills Feud

First aired: Dec/27/1958
Director: Richard Whorf
Guest star: Hope Summers (Ellen Cade), William Schallert (Alben Peavy), Albert Linville (Jack Cade), Sam Edwards (Ben Cade), Anne Barton (Lize Peavy)

When Matt is shot at while on a hunting trip, he discovers he has wandered into the middle of two feuding families.



134 :04x17 - Young Love

First aired: Jan/03/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Seymour Berns
Guest star: Stephen Chase (Enoch Miller), Wesley Lau (Rod Allison), Jon Lormer (Jesse Wheat), Joan Taylor (Anna Wheat), Charles Cooper (Jim Box)

Two ranch hands, Rod Allison and Jim Box, end up in a feud when Jim kills their boss. Rod has eyes for Anna, the boss' widow, and is shot by Jim while he steals her cattle.



135 :04x18 - Marshal Proudfoot

First aired: Jan/10/1959
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: Earl Parker (Ben), Dabbs Greer (Uncle Wesley), Charles Fredericks (Jack Pargo), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), George Selk (Moss Grimmick)

When Chester's visiting uncle comes to town, Matt plays along with the act that Chester is the Marshal and he is his deputy.



136 :04x19 - Passive Resistance

First aired: Jan/17/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Read Morgan (Joe Kell), Carl Benton Reid (Gideon Seek), Alfred Ryder (Hank Boyles)

Gideon Seek has lost everything when a pair of rustlers kill all his sheep and burn down his home, but why won't he tell Matt who is responsible?



137 :04x20 - Love of a Good Woman

First aired: Jan/24/1959
Director: Arthur Hiller
Guest star: Kevin Hagen (Coney Thorn), Jacqueline Scott (Abby)

Doc's former nurse, Abby, has returned to Dodge City. Unfortunately, so has Coney Thorn, a man who Marshal Dillon sent to jail for five years. Thorn has come for his revenge but gets ill in the meantime, and is nursed back to health by Abby.



138 :04x21 - Jayhawkers

First aired: Jan/31/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Lane Bradford (Jay), Ken Curtis (Phil Jacks), Jack Elam (Dolph Quince), Chuck Hayward (Studer), Cliff Ketchum (Cowboy), Earl Parker (Snyder), Brad Payne (Cook)

Dolph Quince sends for Marshal Dillon's help when Jayhawkers invade his herd of horses.



139 :04x22 - Kitty's Rebellion

First aired: Feb/07/1959
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: Robert Brubaker (Jim Buck), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Tom Greenway (Joe Hines), Barry McGuire (Billy Chris), Addison Powell (Tal), Richard Rust (Weeb), Ben Wright (Whiskey Drummer)

An old friend of Kitty comes to Dodge City. He makes himself her protector and in intent of defending her honor when it is challenged at the Long Branch. But Kitty feels she has no honor worth defending since she is merely a saloon keeper.



140 :04x23 - Sky

First aired: Feb/14/1959
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Linda Watkins (Frog-Mouth Kate), Charles P. Thompson (Clabe), Patricia Huston (Woman), Allen Case (Billy Daunt), Olive Blakeney (Ma Torvet), Roy Barcroft (Luke)

Someone has killed Frog-mouth Kate at Ma Torvet's boarding house, and the likely suspect is Billy, a young man who denied her advances from Kate earlier at the Long Branch.



141 :04x24 - Doc Quits

First aired: Feb/21/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Edward Ludlum
Guest star: Jack Grinnage (Andy Wirth), Fiona Hale (Mrs. Crumley), Wendell Holmes (Dr. Betchel), Bartlett Robinson (Jake Wirth), Bert Rumsey (Sam the Bartender), Jack Younger (Cullen)

Doc Adams is upset when a new doctor arrives in Dodge City with promises of new miracle cures and lower fees. Feeling slighted by the people, Doc Adams resigns. But when a young boy nearly dies, Matt makes a search for his return.



142 :04x25 - The Bear

First aired: Feb/28/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: Denver Pyle (Mike Blocker), Russell Johnson (Harry Webb), Norma Crane (Tilda), Guy Wilkerson (Pete Wilkins), Grant Williams (Joe Plummer)

Joe Plummer tries to frame his boss, Mike Blocker, because of a love triangle involving them and a woman named Tilda.



143 :04x26 - The Coward

First aired: Mar/07/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: William Phipps (Lou), Barney Phillips (Bill Pence), House Peters, Jr. (Nat Swan), John Close (Pete), James Beck (Jack Massey), Barry Atwater (Ed Eby), Sheldon Allman (Bill)

A gambler, Ed Eby makes it known that the man who kills Matt Dillon would be a legend, in hopes of someone taking up the challenge.



144 :04x27 - The F.U.

First aired: Mar/14/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Edward Faulkner (Second Cowboy), Joe Flynn (Onie Becker), Bert Freed (Al Clovis), Steve Raines (First Cowboy), Fay Roope (Mr. Botkin)

Al Clovis becomes a wanted man after a man he argued with during a poker game winds up dead. He becomes more of a suspect when it's discovered Al has skipped town on a train.



145 :04x28 - Wind

First aired: Mar/21/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Arthur Hiller
Guest star: Guy Teague (Norman), Robert Swan (John), Stephen Roberts (Hank), Mark Miller (Frank Paris), Allan Lurie (Singer), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Roy Engel (Jed Garvey), George Douglas (Man), Walter Burke (Bystander), Whitney Blake (Dolly Varden)

When men start killing each other over a saloon girl, believed to be a good luck charm for those who play blackjack, Matt figures something is up with that and wants them run out of Dodge City.



146 :04x29 - Fawn

First aired: Apr/04/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Charles Fredericks (Jack Band), Michael Gibson (Bert), Raymond Guth (Lou), Phil Harvey (Henry), Robert Karnes (Jep Hunter), Joseph Kearns (Dobie), Robert Rockwell (Roger Philips), Peggy Stewart (Mrs. Philips), Wendy Stuart (Fawn)

Matt rescues a woman and her child from the clutches of a buffalo hunter, and then finds himself protecting them from her abusive husband.



147 :04x30 - Renegade White

First aired: Apr/11/1959
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Barney Phillips (Ord Spicer), Hank Patterson (Jake), Michael Pate (Wild Hog), Robert Brubaker (Jim Buck)

Matt Dillon is captured by the Cheyenne Indians after being thrown from his horse while pursuing a murderer, Ord Spencer.



148 :04x31 - Murder Warrant

First aired: Apr/18/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Joseph Kearns (Dobie), Mort Mills (Jake Harbin), Ed Nelson (Lee Prentice), Fay Roope (Mr. Botkin), Onslow Stevens (Sheriff Ben Goddard)

Jake Harbin is chasing down Lee Prentice, using a fake dead or alive warrant poster. After Matt finds Lee wounded, he knows he must protect him from Hardin and Sheriff Ben Goddard, who plans on taking him in custody.



149 :04x32 - Change of Heart

First aired: Apr/25/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Fay Roope (Mr. Botkin), Lucy Marlow (Bella Grant), James Drury (Jerry Cass), Ken Curtis (Briscoe Cass)

Brisco Cass uses a woman, Bella Grant, as a lure for his brother, Jerry, to get him away from the homestead so he can lay claim to it.



150 :04x33 - Buffalo Hunter

First aired: May/02/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Sam Buffington (Cook), Tom Holland (Alvin), Brett King (Duff), Lou Krugman (Tom Mercer), William Meigs (Agent), Scott Stevens (Pete), Harold Stone (Jim Gatluf), Garry Walberg (Tobe)

Matt Dillon intervenes when a pair of buffalo hunters are found dead under mysterious circumstances.



151 :04x34 - The Choice

First aired: May/09/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Robert Brubaker (Jim Buck), Darryl Hickman (Andy Hill), Charles Maxwell (Kerrick), Tyler McVey (Unknown), Dick Rich (Tough)

Matt gives a man wanted for robbery, Andy Hill, a chance to redeem himself and get a job.



152 :04x35 - There Never Was a Horse

First aired: May/16/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Jack Lambert (Kin Creed), Joseph Sargent (Drunk), William Wellman, Jr. (Roy)

Kin Creed, a stranger to Dodge City, does everything he can think of to egg Marshal Dillon into a gunfight.



153 :04x36 - Print Asper

First aired: May/23/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Ted Knight (Jay Rabb), Lew Brown (Will Asper), Robert Ivers (Johnny Asper), J. Pat O'Malley (Print Asper)

Print Asper feels he is being swindled out of his land by a shyster lawyer, and swears he will kill him if his land isn't returned back into his possession.



154 :04x37 - The Constable

First aired: May/30/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Arthur Hiller
Guest star: Joel Ashley (Second Cowboy), Joseph Breen (Mike), William Bryant (First Cowboy), Robert Decost (Carl), Pitt Herbert (Green), Joseph Kearns (Mr. Botkin), John Larch (Rance), Victor Lundin (Hank), Strother Martin (Dillard Band), John Mitchum (Joe), Scott Peters (Pete), Dan Sheridan (Dobie), Lee Winters (Bob)

The Dodge businessmen want Marshal Dillon to keep out of their affairs as they hire an outsider to handle things. But they soon regret their decision when a group of rowdy cowboys come into town.



155 :04x38 - Blue Horse

First aired: Jun/06/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Michael Pate (Blue Horse), Gene Nelson (Hob Cannon), Billy Murphy (Lt. Eldridge), Monte Hale (Sergeant)

An Indian, Blue Horse, comes to Matt's aid when he is overpowered by a prisoner he and Chester were delivering across the prairie. Chester was forced to leave Matt behind when his horse broke a leg.



156 :04x39 - Cheyennes

First aired: Jun/13/1959
Writer: John Meston
Guest star: Walter Brooke (Captain Nichols), Tom Brown (Major), Connie Buck (Daughter), Dennis Cross (Jim), Eddie Little Sky (Warrior), Ralph Moody (Long Robe), Chuck Roberson (Sgt. Keller), Edward G. Robinson, Jr. (Brown)

Matt and Chester run across a family massacred by Cheyenne renegades. After Matt is released from mistakingly being accused of the killings by the Cavalry, he heads off to capture the men who sold the guns to the Indians.



157 :05x01 - Target

First aired: Sep/05/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Darryl Hickman (Danny Kader), Frank DeKova (Gypsy Chief), John Carradine (Pa Kader), Suzanne Lloyd (Nayomi)

Danny Kader is smitten with a lovely gypsy damsel who's camped out on his father's spread of land. Needless to say, this development doesn't sit well with Danny's father.



158 :05x02 - Kitty's Injury

First aired: Sep/19/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Buzz Kulik
Guest star: Anne Seymour (Cora Judson), Karl Swenson (Raff Judson), Don Dubbins (Lootie Judson)

Kitty is injured when she falls off a horse. Matt is then forced to rely on a surly farm family to get help for her but they're reluctant to do so.



159 :05x03 - Horse Deal

First aired: Sep/26/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Bartlett Robinson (Bowers), Harry Carey, Jr. (Deesha), Trevor Bardette (Slim), Michael Hinn (Worth), Bill Catching (Joe), Fred Holliday (Harper)

Matt tries to get to the bottom of things in a horse thievery case.



160 :05x04 - Johnny Red

First aired: Oct/03/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Buzz Kulik
Guest star: James Drury (Johnny Red), Abel Fernández (Nate), Dennis McMullan (Ponca City Kid), Josephine Hutchinson (Mrs. Crale)

A cowboy asks Matt for the location of a widow's ranch saying he's her long lost son but Matt remembers that the son was supposedly killed during the Civil War at the Battle of Shiloh.



161 :05x05 - Kangaroo

First aired: Oct/24/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: John Crawford (Hod Scurlock), Peter Whitney (Ira Scurlock), Lew Brown (Jim Bride), Richard Rust (Dal Scurlock)

After Chester saves a cowboy from a whipping at the hands of a crazy man and his two sons, the three men abduct him and decide to make the deputy suffer the same fate.



162 :05x06 - Tail to the Wind

First aired: Oct/10/1959
Director: Christian Nyby
Guest star: Harry Townes (Pezzy Neller), Harry Swoger (Burke Reese), Alice Backes (Cora Neller), Alan Reed, Jr. (Harlow Reese)

Burke Reese wants the Nellers to sell him their farm and he won't take no for an answer.



163 :05x07 - Annie Oakley

First aired: Oct/17/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: John Anderson (Dolliver), Florence MacMichael (Kate Kinsman), George Mitchell (Jeff Kinsman)

Bitchy Kate Kinsman wants her husband to kill Ed Dolliver because she feels that the gentleman disrespected her. When Kate's husband turns up dead she accuses Dolliver of the crime. It's up to Matt Dillon to get to the bottom of things.



164 :05x08 - Saludos

First aired: Oct/31/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Jack Elam (Clem Steed), Robert J. Wilke (Pegger), Gene Nelson (Joe Foss), Connie Buck (Sochi)

Matt and Chester find a young Native American woman lying on the trail suffering from a gunshot wound. After taking the lass back to Dodge for treatment they set out to find the person who shot her.



165 :05x09 - Brother Whelp

First aired: Nov/07/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: R.G. Springsteen
Guest star: Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), John Clarke (Tom Rutgers), Lew Gallo (Sted Rutgers), Ellen Clark (Tassy)

Sted Rutgers returns to Dodge City after a three year absence only to discover that his brother has married his sweetie. Needless to say, Sted doesn't take this development very well.



166 :05x10 - The Boots

First aired: Nov/14/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: John Larch (Zeno), Richard Eyer (Tommy), Wynn Pearce (Hank Fergus)

An alcoholic former gunfighter promises a 12 year old orphan a new pair of boots for his birthday but might have to resort to illegal means in order to keep this promise.



167 :05x11 - Odd Man Out

First aired: Nov/21/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: William Phipps (Hody Peel), Elisha Cook (Cyrus Tucker), Elizabeth York (Mrs. Peel), Dallas Mitchell (Cowboy), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Clem Fuller (Clem), George Selk (Moss Grimmick)

Did a woman's clothing salesman have anything to do with the disappearance of a Dodge City woman? That's what Matt tries to find out.



168 :05x12 - Miguel's Daughter

First aired: Nov/28/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Ed Nelson (Rusk Davis), Simon Oakland (Miguel Ramirez), Fintan Meyler (Chavela Ramirez), Wesley Lau (Ab Cole)

Matt tries to prevent a man from taking the law into his own hands against two drunken cowboys who assaulted his daughter.



169 :05x13 - Box o' Rocks

First aired: Dec/05/1959
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: R.G. Springsteen
Guest star: Howard McNear (Pete), William Fawcett (Packy Roundtree), Larry J. Blake (Jed Crooder), Vaughn Taylor (Reverend Blouze), Gertrude Flynn (Mrs. Blouze)

Packy Roundtree asks a preacher to help him fake his death. The preacher then buries a coffin containing nothing but rocks in the ground.



170 :05x14 - False Witness

First aired: Dec/12/1959
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Wright King (Romey Crep), Richard Sinatra (Bob), Brad Trumbull (Sawyer), Norman Sturgis (Jake), Len Hendry (Hank), Robert Griffin (Judge), Wayne Rogers (Tom Morey), Harold Goodwin (Clerk)

Tom Morey is convicted of murder and sentenced to hang on the purported eyewitness testimony of Romey Crep. A few weeks later Crep says he witnessed another murder. This gets Matt Dillon to question the veracity of Crep's original story.



171 :05x15 - Tag, You're It

First aired: Dec/19/1959
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: Madlyn Rhue (Rusty), Paul Langton (Karl Killion), Harold Goodwin (Clerk), Greg Stewart (Tex)

A hired killer rides into Dodge to kill a person named Rusty but then balks when he discovers that Rusty is a woman.



172 :05x16 - Thick 'n' Thin

First aired: Dec/26/1959
Director: Stuart Heisler
Guest star: Percy Helton (Otie Perkins), Robert Emhardt (Brace McCoy), Tina Menard (Summer Dove)

Matt is forced to lock up two feuding ranch partners until the two men can settle their differences.



173 :05x17 - Groat's Grudge

First aired: Jan/02/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Ben Wright (guest star), Thomas Coley (Tom Haskett), Ross Elliott (Lee Grayson)

A former Confederate soldier arrives in town looking for a Dodge City resident who supposedly burned down his house and killed his wife during the Civil War.



174 :05x18 - Big Tom

First aired: Jan/09/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Howard Caine (Brady), Robert J. Wilke (Tom Burr), Harry Lauter (Clay Crane), Gregg Palmer (Harry), Don Megowan (Hob Creel), Rand Harper (Jim)

Matt Dillon steps into the boxing ring when Doc won't allow a former prizefighter to do se because of health reasons.



175 :05x19 - Till Death Do Us

First aired: Jan/16/1960
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Jean Yarbrough
Guest star: Rayford Barnes (Puggy Rado), Milton Selzer (Jezra Cobb), Mary Field (Minerva Cobb)

Someone takes a shot at Jezra Cobb but misses and manages to escape apprehension. Kitty then overhears a drifter say that he was paid $300 to kill Cobb.



176 :05x20 - The Tragedian

First aired: Jan/23/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Arthur Hiller
Guest star: Howard McNear (Joe), John Abbott (Edward Vanderman), Harry Wood (Ben), Stanley Clements (Brad)

Matt tries to help out Edward Vanderman, a has been actor who was caught cheating at cards but the former thespian proves to be a hard case.



177 :05x21 - Hinka Do

First aired: Jan/30/1960
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Walter Burke (Herman Bleeker), Nina Varela (Mamie), Ric Roman (Manuel), Bob Hopkins (Pete), Michael Greene (Cowboy), Richard Reeves (Drunk)

Matt comes to suspect that the new female owner of the Lady Gay saloon might have had something to do with the death of the previous owner of the saloon.



178 :05x22 - Doc Judge

First aired: Feb/06/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Arthur Hiller
Guest star: Barry Atwater (Brice Harp), Dennis Cross (Bob), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), George Selk (Moss Grimmick)

With Matt out of town, an ex-convict mistakes Doc for the judge who sentenced him to a long stretch in the pen and vows revenge despite the physician's claim that he's never been a judge. It's up to Chester to figure out a way to extracate Doc from his predicament.



179 :05x23 - Moo Moo Raid

First aired: Feb/13/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Ron Hayes (Cary), Robert Karnes (Bert), Lane Bradford (Tush), John Close (Joe), Richard Evans (Pete), Raymond Hatton (Onie), Tyler McVey (Gib)

A feud between trail bosses of two separate cattle drives threatens to become an all-out war unless Matt can get to the bottom of the killing of a man and his cow.



180 :05x24 - Kitty's Killing

First aired: Feb/20/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Arthur Hiller
Guest star: John Pickard (Ollie Radford), Clem Fuller (Clem), Abraham Sofaer (Jacob Leech)

Jacob Leech arrives in Dodge City and promptly announces that he plans to kill a man named Ollie Radford. Kitty eventually finds herself smack dab in the middle of Leech's vendetta.



181 :05x25 - Jailbait Janet

First aired: Feb/27/1960
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: Bartlett Robinson (Crocker), John Larch (Dan), Jon Lormer (Clerk), Nan Peterson (Janet), Steven Terrell (Jerry)

Matt goes after three train robbers who killed a railroad employee during the holdup. The trio are a man, his son, and his daughter who lost their home due to negligence on the part of the railroad.



182 :05x26 - Unwanted Deputy

First aired: Mar/05/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Charles Aidman (Vince Walsh), Edward Faulkner (Harry), Dick Rich (Rudd), Joe Haworth (Charlie), Mary Carver (Maise), Ray Boyle (Tourney), Craig Fox (Lee)

A man who calls himself Vince Wiley arrives in Dodge determined to make Matt draw on him first so he can kill the Marshal in self-defense.



183 :05x27 - Where'd They Go

First aired: Mar/12/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: Jack Elam (Clint Dodie), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Betty Harford (Medora Dodie)

Matt and Chester ride out to arrest a farmer for robbing a store in town and end up doing most of the man's farm chores. Doc later arrives on the scene with the truth regarding the "robbery."



184 :05x28 - Crowbait Bob

First aired: Mar/26/1960
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Shirley O'Hara (Martha), Hank Patterson (Crowbait Bob), Ned Glass (Elbin), John Apone (Ace)

Greedy relatives of a dying man arrive in Dodge hoping to get something of value from his estate but find out that he's willed all his possessions to Kitty.



185 :05x29 - Colleen So Green

First aired: Apr/02/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Jean Yarbrough
Guest star: Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Robert Brubaker (Jim Buck), Clem Fuller (Clem), Harry Swoger (Bull Reeger), Joanna Moore (Colleen Tawny), Perry Ivins (Employee), Harold Goodwin (Clerk)

A southern belle arrives in Dodge and immediately begins charming all the menfolk but Kitty forms an almost instant dislike of the woman.



186 :05x30 - The Ex-Urbanites

First aired: Apr/09/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Robert J. Wilke (Pitt), Lew Brown (Nate), Ken Curtis (Jesse)

Chester must remove a bullet from Doc when the physician is wounded on the prairie by a gang of wolfers.



187 :05x31 - I Thee Wed

First aired: Apr/16/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: Hank Patterson (Judge), Allyn Joslyn (Sam Hackett), Alice Frost (Hester Hackett)

Matt tries to persuade a battered wife to prefer charges against her abusive husband.



188 :05x32 - The Lady Killer

First aired: Apr/23/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Harry Lauter (Cy Welch), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Clem Fuller (Clem), Jan Harrison (Mae Talmey), Ross Elliott (Grant Lucas), Charles Sterrett (Cowboy)

A witness is shot by one of Kitty's saloon girls shortly before he is scheduled to testify in court. Does the damsel have a connection with the defendant?



189 :05x33 - Gentleman's Disagreement

First aired: Apr/30/1960
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: Tom Reese (Tulsa), Val Dufour (Ed Beaudry), Adam Kennedy (Bert Wells), Fintan Meyler (Jeanne Wells), Joseph Hamilton (Pete)

A man named Ed Beaudry arrives in town determined to kill another man who married his former galpal. When Beaudry turns up dead the husband is the leading suspect.



190 :05x34 - Speak Me Fair

First aired: May/07/1960
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Douglas Kennedy (Traych), Perry Cook (Gunner), Chuck Roberson (Driver), Ken Curtis (Scout)

Matt, Doc, and Chester are on a hunting trip when they find a Native American boy who's been severely beaten. While Doc tends to the boy's injuries, Matt and Chester ride out to try and discover who gave the boy the beating.



191 :05x35 - Belle's Back

First aired: May/14/1960
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: Gage Clarke (Dobie), Nita Talbot (Belle Ainsley), Nancy Rennick (Phyllis), Dan White (Ainsley)

After riding with an outlaw for three years, Belle Ainsley returns to Dodge and tells Matt she's dumped the rotter. Matt, however, has his doubts regarding Belle's veracity.



192 :05x36 - The Bobsy Twins

First aired: May/21/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: Ralph Moody (Harvey Finney), Clem Fuller (Clem), Buck Young (Buck Grant), Hank Patterson (Carl), Morris Ankrum (Merle Finney), Richard Chamberlain (Pete), Charles MacArthur (Taylor), Paul Hahn (Les), Jean Howell (Lavinia), John O'Malley (Man)

Two no-talent assclown brothers announce they've come West with the intention of killing Native Americans.



193 :05x37 - Old Flame

First aired: May/28/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: Peggy Stewart (Mary), Clem Fuller (Clem), Hal Smith (Dobie), Marilyn Maxwell (Dolly Winters), Lee Van Cleef (Rad Meadows)

An old flame arrives in town and asks Matt to help find her husband. Matt finds the man but things aren't exactly as they seem between the couple.



194 :05x38 - The Deserter

First aired: Jun/04/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Arthur Hiller
Guest star: Charles Fredericks (Sgt. Strafe), Harry Bartell (Jed), Henry Brandon (Major), Rudy Solari (Corporal Lurie), Jean Inness (Maddie), Joseph V. Perry (Radin)

Matt goes after an Army corporal who made off with his unit's payroll. He finds the corporal at his father's house but daddy has no intention of turning his boy over to the law.



195 :05x39 - Cherry Red

First aired: Jun/11/1960
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Douglas Kennedy (Yancey)

A special agent for a stagecoach line arrives in Dodge and announces to a woman that he's going to marry her. There's only one problem--he killed her outlaw husband during a stagecoach robbery.



196 :06x01 - Friend's Pay-Off

First aired: Sep/03/1960
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Clem Fuller (Clem), Jay Hector (Boy), Tom Reese (Joe Leeds), Mike Road (Ab Butler)

Joe Leeds accuses Ab Butler of bank robbery. Butler denies doing anything wrong, but how did he get a bullet in his back? Matt has a tough time because Butler is a friend.



197 :06x02 - The Blacksmith

First aired: Sep/17/1960
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: George Kennedy (Emil Wolheter), Anna Lisa (Gretchen Mueller), Robert Anderson (Tolman (as Bob Anderson)), Wesley Lau (Willy)

Blacksmith Emil Wolheter goes to the station to meet his mail-order bride. But a rancher who believes Wolheter cheated him burns the man's house to the ground. Emil rejects Matt's offer of help and sets out to find those responsible on his own.



198 :06x03 - Small Water

First aired: Sep/24/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Trevor Bardette (Finn Pickett), Rex Holman (Leroy Pickett), Warren Oates (Seth Pickett)

Matt must kill Leroy Pickett, a murder suspect, before Leroy can kill Chester. Matt visits the Pickett home and there realizes patriarch Finn Pickett may also be a wanted man. So he and Chester arrest Finn, and the remaining Picketts follow them, determined to free their father.



199 :06x04 - Say Uncle

First aired: Oct/01/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Roy Barcroft (George Farr), Dorothy Green (Nancy Nagel), Harry Lauter (Martin Nagel), Gene Nelson (Hutch), Richard Rust (Lee Nagel)

After businessman Martin Nagel dies in a freak accident, his son Lee comes to believe his ne'er-do-well uncle Hutch caused the accident. He struggles to persuade Matt and prevent his uncle from getting away with murder.



200 :06x05 - Shooting Stopover

First aired: Oct/08/1960
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Patricia Barry (Laura), Robert Brubaker (Jim Buck), Anthony Caruso (Bud Gurney), Paul Guilfoyle (Reverend Beckett)

Matt and Chester escort killer Bud Gurney to Wichita. When Matt learns the stagecoach also carries a large gold shipment; Matt fears outlaws may attempt a robbery. At the stopover, Matt's fears are realized; he and the other passengers must defend themselves as best they can.



201 :06x06 - The Peace Officer

First aired: Oct/15/1960
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: Stafford Repp (Styles), Lane Bradford (Clegg Rawlins), John Close (Lighter), Susan Cummings (Stella), James Nusser (Crowe), Arthur Peterson (Parks), Gilman Rankin (Shay), John Zaccaro (Ponce)

Residents of Tuscosa send to Dodge City for help - with their sheriff, who has become an autocrat. Matt fires the bad lawman, and that begins a whole lot of trouble, complicated by the man's girlfriend Susan.



202 :06x07 - Don Matteo

First aired: Oct/22/1960
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: Bing Russell (Grave Tabor), Lawrence Dobkin (Esteban Garcia), Roy Engel (Grimes), Barney Phillips (Bill Pence), Anne Whitfield (Trudy), Ben Wright (Calmers)

Bill Pence tosses Grave Tabor out of the Long Branch for being rough with the ladies; Matt advises Grave to leave town. It's good advice, for Estaban Garcia rides into town soon after, gunning for Tabor. Matt tells him to simmer down, but he chases after Tabor anyway...



203 :06x08 - The Worm

First aired: Oct/29/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Arthur Hiller
Guest star: Stewart Bradley (Archer), Gage Clarke (Judge), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Ned Glass (Ritchie), Kenneth Tobey (Spadden), H.M. Wynant (Cornet)

Buffalo hunter Spadden is a troublemaker. In a fight, he kills a man named Archer, and Archer's friend Jim Cornet accosts him over it. Later, Matt finds Cornet dead and Spadden stone drunk not far away, but there's still no enough evidence. Then Matt discovers Spadden beat his partner Ritchie to death, and digs until he reaches the truth about Jim Cornet.



204 :06x09 - The Badge

First aired: Nov/12/1960
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Conlan Carter (Augie), John Dehner (Rack), Allan "Rocky" Lane (Mac), Michael T. Mikler ((unknown)), Harry Swoger (Ike)

Two outlaws - one mean and one dumb - wound Matt. When they discover he's a Marshal, they realize he's their passport out of the country. Weakened, Matt's only chance is to play the dumb one against the mean one and wait for a chance...



205 :06x10 - Distant Drummer

First aired: Nov/19/1960
Director: Arthur Hiller
Guest star: George Selk (Moss Grimmick (as George Selk)), Phil Chambers (Hugo), Bruce Gordon (Sloat), Jack Grinnage (Raffie), George Mitchell (Grade), William Newell (Green)

Mule skinners Grade and Sloat have a hobby: tormenting former military drummer Raffie in various ways. So when Grade turns up dead, it's not surprising folks think Raffie killed him - especially since he threatened to! But Matt isn't sure.



206 :06x11 - Ben Tolliver's Stud

First aired: Nov/26/1960
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Roy Barcroft (Jake Creed), Jean Ingram (Nancy Creed), John Lupton (Ben Tolliver), Hank Patterson (Carl)

Jake Creed fires Ben Tolliver for showing too much interest in Jake's daughter Nancy. Ben takes a horse he caught and trained; Jake calls him a horse thief. Matt and Chester have to sort it all out.



207 :06x12 - No Chip

First aired: Dec/03/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Jean Yarbrough
Guest star: Mark Allen (Grant), Leo Gordon (Hutch Dolan), Rex Holman (Pete Mossman), John Hoyt (Jeff Mossman), Guy Stockwell (Lee Dolan)

The Mossman's run Hutch Dolan's cattle off their land. Hutch, a nasty character, throws flour all over young Pete Mossman, causing Jeff to confront the bully with a gun. Hutch shoots Jeff, and while he recuperates, Hutch and his boys return to the Mossman ranch...



208 :06x13 - The Wake

First aired: Dec/10/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Gerald Mayer
Guest star: Anne Seymour (Mrs. Boggs), Joel Ashley (Harry), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Michael Hinn (Joe Brant), Denver Pyle (Gus Mather), Gregg Schilling (Bill)

Gus Mather arrives in Dodge City with the body of a man named Boggs. He throws a huge wake for the man. When Matt returns, he finds the circumstances puzzling. Then he and Chester discover two people who know Boggs, but not Gus Mather, and one of them is Boggs' wife, who assures the lawmen her husband is alive. What is Gus Mather up to?



209 :06x14 - The Cook

First aired: Dec/17/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Gene Benton (Waiter), Craig Duncan (Joe), Tom Greenway (Gus), Ken Mayer (Ed Fisher), John Milford (Joe Grisim), John Pickard (Jack Purdy), Sue Randall (Effie), Guy Stockwell (Sandy King), Harry Swoger (Hank Green), Brad Trumbull (Pete), Sam Woody (Cowboy)

The food at Delmonico's is no prize, so they hire drifter Sandy King, and everybody's happy. Except for one customer, who hits Sandy with a plate. When Sandy hits him back and kills him, Matt must chase Sandy down and return him to Dodge.



210 :06x15 - Old Fool

First aired: Dec/24/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Hope Summers (Della Bass), Buddy Ebsen (Hannibal Bass), Hampton Fancher (Dunc Hedgepeth), Linda Watkins (Elsie Hedgepeth)

Gold digger Elsie Hedgepeth tries to drive a wedge between Hannibal Bass and his wife - and discovers Della Bass is a dangerous adversary.



211 :06x16 - Brother Love

First aired: Dec/31/1960
Writer: John Meston
Director: Franklin Adreon
Guest star: Clem Fuller (Clem), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Jack Grinnage (Gus Blake), Kevin Hagen (Nate Cumbers), Jan Harrison (Polly), Gene Lyons (Frank Cumbers), Lurene Tuttle (Mrs. Cumbers)

Matt arrives at a robbery scene in time to hear Gus Blake's dying utterance: "Cumbers." But there are two Cumbers brothers, so he must figure out whether Nate Cumbers or his brother Frank killed the shopkeeper.



212 :06x17 - Bad Sheriff

First aired: Jan/07/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Russell Arms (Hark), Harry Carey, Jr. (Deputy Sheriff Turloe), Lane Chandler (Sam), Don Keefer (Chet), Ken Lynch (Gance)

Ed Gance shoots a man, then flees from Matt and Chester. He runs into James Hark and Bill Turloe, who claim to be lawmen themselves. Matt suggests everyone return to Dodge together.



213 :06x18 - Unloaded Gun

First aired: Jan/14/1961
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: Lew Brown (Red Lime), Clem Fuller (Clem), James Malcolm (Harry), Hank Patterson (Carl Miller), William Redfield (Joe Lime), Bobby Goodwins (Boy), Greg Dunn (Bob Carter), Rick Nervick (Townsman)

A sick Matt chases two killers, Red Lime and his brother Joe. Matt manages to shoot down Red, but must return to Dodge for medical care. While Matt rests under Doc's care, Chester cleans his gun, but is distracted before he can replace the bullets. When Joe Lime comes gunning for Matt, the feverish marshal must confront the outlaw with a gun he does not know is empty!



214 :06x19 - Tall Trapper

First aired: Jan/21/1961
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: George Selk (Moss Grimmick (as George Selk)), Strother Martin (Rowley), Tom Reese (Ben), Jan Shepard (Tassie)

Rowley and his wife Tassie accept the hospitality of Ben, a trapper. Then Rowley comes to Dodge for medical help for his wife. Arriving at Ben's camp, Doc discovers the woman was beaten to death, and Rowley says Ben did it.



215 :06x20 - Love Thy Neighbor

First aired: Jan/28/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Dennis Weaver
Guest star: Cyril Delevanti (Sy Tewksbury), Jack Elam (Ben Scooper), David Kent (Peter), Ken Lynch (Leroy Galloway), Nora Marlowe (Jennie), Jeanette Nolan (Rose Gallway), Warren Oates (Jep Scooper), Harry Dean Stanton (Harley (as Dean Stanton)), Wayne West (Man)

Young Pete Scooper steals a sack of potatoes from the Galloways. Fleeing, he gashes his leg on barbed wire and later dies of blood poisoning. Matters escalate from there, as Pete's father seeks revenge.



216 :06x21 - Bad Seed

First aired: Feb/04/1961
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Roy Barcroft (Asa Trent), Burt Douglas (Gar Kline), Anne Helm (Trudy Trent)

Matt catches Trudy Trent trying to steal food from his camp. She tells the marshal that her father is a mean drunk and she ran away. Matt learns this is true, and takes the girl to Dodge City. Her father objects...



217 :06x22 - Kitty Shot

First aired: Feb/11/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Rayford Barnes (George Helm), Lew Brown ((unknown)), George Kennedy (Jake Baylor), Joseph Mell (Bill Pence), Christopher Gray (Gordon)

George Helm and Jake Baylor are having a good time at the Long Branch - until the argument starts. It ends with Jake shooting George, and a stray bullet hits Kitty. While Doc works to save her, Matt chases the fleeing Jake Baylor.



218 :06x23 - About Chester

First aired: Feb/25/1961
Director: Alan Crosland, Jr.
Guest star: Charles Aidman (Dack), George Eldredge (Cluney), Mary Munday (Lily Mae), House Peters, Jr. (Jake Wirth), Harry Shannon (Emmett Bowers)

When Doc fails to show up to set a boy's broken leg, Kitty starts to worry. Realizing no one's seen Doc for a few days, Matt and Chester go looking. Then Chester's horse goes lame and he finds a small ranch whose residents take him prisoner!



219 :06x24 - Harriet

First aired: Mar/04/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Gene Fowler, Jr.
Guest star: Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Joseph Hamilton (James Horne), Ron Hayes (Hoagler), Suzanne Lloyd (Harriet Horne), Tom Reese (Dan Scorp)

School teacher James Horne and his daughter Harriet are en route to Colorado when gunmen murder Horne. His daughter walks forty miles to Dodge City - and won't tell Matt the truth about what happened to her father. Matt wonders why...



220 :06x25 - Potshot

First aired: Mar/11/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Barton Heyman (Joe), Gage Clarke (Mr. Botkin), John Harmon (Carl), Michael Harris (Harve), Joseph Mell (Bill Pence), Dallas Mitchell (Bert), Wallace Rooney (Peters), Alex Sharp (Bud), Quintin Sondergaard (Cowboy (as Quentin Sondergaard)), Karl Swenson (Hutch Dawkins)

The sheriff of a nearby town telegraphs Matt that escaped robbers may be on their way to Dodge. Soon after, Hutch Dawkins sets off firecrackers near the Long Branch, and in the confusion that follows, someone shots and seriously injures Chester. Matt first believes it was the robbers, but later doubts that theory.



221 :06x26 - Old Faces

First aired: Mar/18/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Robert Brubaker (Jim Buck), James Drury (Tom Cook), Ron Hayes (Milt Varden), George Keymas (Ed Ivers), Jan Shepard (Tilda Cook), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

Tom and Tilda Cook try to settle in Dodge, but Tilda has a past, and a gunman named Ed Ivers remembers it. He calls out Tom; Matt has to prevent a gunfight.



222 :06x27 - Big Man

First aired: Mar/25/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Gerald Mayer
Guest star: Chris Alcaide (Mike Boatwright), Rayford Barnes (Harry), George Kennedy (Pat Swarner), Sandy Kenyon (Ak), John McLiam (Jud Sloan), James Nusser (Dick), Barney Phillips (Bill Pence), Steve Warren (Cowboy), Matthew McCue (Joe)

Pat Swarner tries to force his attentions on Kitty until Matt shuts him down and sends him on his way. He swears he'll return but he never does - someone beats him to death. And Matt has a problem - Jud Sloan says he saw the marshal do the beating!



223 :06x28 - Little Girl

First aired: Apr/01/1961
Director: Dennis Weaver
Guest star: Susan Gordon (Charity Gill), Wright King (Hi Stevens), Loyal T. Lucas (Albie), Bill McLean (Rafe), Ann Morrison (Mrs. Henry)

Matt and Chester discover a burned cabin on the prairie - and the little girl, now an orphan, who used to live there.



224 :06x29 - Stolen Horses

First aired: Apr/08/1961
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Shirley O'Hara (Mrs. Kurtch), Henry Brandon (Chief Quick Knife), Jack Lambert (Hank Tebow), Eddie Little Sky (Brave), Guy Raymond (Abe Kurtch), Charles Seel (Jed Cuff), Alex Sharp (Acker), Buck Young (Jim Redigo)

Horse thieves Tebow and Acker murder Jim Redigo. Jed Cuff's poor eyes are still good enough to see it, and he races to Dodge where he tells Matt. Matt trails the outlaws to a Kiowa Indian camp, where they find Redigo's horses...



225 :06x30 - Minnie

First aired: Apr/15/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Barry Cahill (Pete), Virginia Gregg (Minnie Higgins), Alan Hale, Jr. (Jake Higgins), Matthew McCue (Joe), Joseph Mell (Bill Pence), Bob J. Human (Hank)

Rough-edged Minnie comes to Dodge for help with a minor bullet wound - and falls for Doc. Trouble is, she's got a jealous husband...



226 :06x31 - Bless Me Till I Die

First aired: Apr/22/1961
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Ron Foster (Cole Treadwell), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Phyllis Love (Beth Treadwell), Vic Perrin (Nate Bush)

When Cole and Beth Treadwell come to Dodge City, Nat Bush begins to harass them. He doesn't want them to settle in Dodge, and even time in Matt's jail doesn't slow him down. Matt wants to find out why.



227 :06x32 - Long Hours, Short Pay

First aired: Apr/29/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Allan "Rocky" Lane (Captain Graves), John Larch (Serpa), Dawn Little Sky (Squaw), Lalo Rios (Little Fox), Frank Sentry (Crooked Knife), Steve Warren (Sergeant), Fred McDougall (Tracker)

Serpa runs guns to the Indians for a living. So when Matt catches him at it, he arrests the man. Unfortunately for Matt, some Pawnee have different ideas; the capture the marshal and release his prisoner.



228 :06x33 - Hard Virtue

First aired: May/06/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Dennis Weaver
Guest star: Lew Brown (Andy Coe), George Selk (Moss Grimmick (as George Selk)), Robert Karnes (Ed Fallon), James Maloney (Jenkins), Leah Waggner (Millie Coe)

Andy Coe and his wife Millie want to sell their wagon, but before they can, Ed Fallon's team wrecks it. Ed pays for the wagon and gives Andy a job into the bargain - and that's when the trouble starts: Ed's sweet on Millie, and Andy has a hot temper and soon enough a gun to go with it.



229 :06x34 - The Imposter

First aired: May/13/1961
Director: Byron Paul
Guest star: Jim Davis ((unknown)), Virginia Gregg (Mrs. Curtin), Paul Langton (Rob Curtin), Harp McGuire (Ab Stringer), Garry Walberg (Harve Peters)

Ab Stringer, sheriff of a nearby town, telegraphs Matt and asks for help tracking down Rob Curtin, an escaped prisoner. Ab comes to Dodge and Matt tries to help him - until he learns that Ab Stringer has been dead for while, murdered...



230 :06x35 - Chester's Dilemma

First aired: May/20/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Patricia Smith (Edna Walstrom), John van Dreelen (Hans Gruber)

Edna Walstrom comes to Dodge City. Chester, attracted to her, helps her get a job at Wilbur's store. Edna seems to be attracted to Chester in turn, but is she really? Chester discovers something that forces him to make a hard decision.



231 :06x36 - The Love of Money

First aired: May/27/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Tod Andrews (Myles Cody), Michael Ford (Pete), Warren J. Kemmerling (Nate Tatham (as Warren Kemmerling)), Cloris Leachman (Boni Van Deman)

Matt's friend Nate Tatum passes through Dodge on his way west. Nate was a marshall, like Matt, until his nerve failed him. In Dodge he meets Boni at the Long Branch - and not too long after that, someone shoots him in the back and kills him. Matt thinks Boni may be involved.



232 :06x37 - Melinda Miles

First aired: Jun/03/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: William Dario Faralla
Guest star: Rand Brooks (Rand), George Selk (Moss Grimmick (as George Selk)), Burt Douglas (Tom Potter), Charles H. Gray (Ray Taloe (as Charles Gray)), Diana Millay (Melinda Miles), Walter Sande (Harry Miles), Glenn Strange (Poker Player)

Melinda Miles causes trouble between Tom Potter and Ray Taloe. She's sweet on Tom but her father prefers Ray for her. Then someone shoots Ray, and Melinda's dad Harry thinks Tom did it.



233 :06x38 - Colorado Sheriff

First aired: Jun/17/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Jesse Hibbs
Guest star: Woody Chambliss (Milton Myles (as Woodrow Chambliss)), Kelton Garwood (Sam Jones), Robert Karnes (Deputy Sheriff Ben Witter), Wright King (Rod Ellison)

Matt and Chester find Rod Ellison on the prairie, shot. And someone shoots at them! After they return to Dodge, Colorado Deputy Sheriff Ben Whitter rides into Dodge with a bullet in his shoulder. Was Whitter the man shooting at Matt and Chester?



234 :07x01 - Perce

First aired: Sep/30/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Ed Nelson (Perce McCall), Ken Lynch (Hank Seeber), John Mitchum (Norm), Robert Brubaker (Jim Buck), Alex Sharp (Nichols), Ted Jordan (Del), Glenn Strange (Sam), Norma Crane (Ida Poe), Charles Bail (Withers), Chuck Hayward (Kemp), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Baynes Barron (Vicks)

Former stage robber Perce McCall wants to reform but when he falls for saloon gal Ida Poe her expensive tastes and jealous boyfriend might cause Perce to revert to some of his old habits.



235 :07x02 - Old Yellow Boots

First aired: Oct/07/1961
Writer: John Meston, Ted Post
Guest star: Bing Russell (Henry Head), Dick Rich (Big John), Harry Dean Stanton (Leroy Parker), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Joanne Linville (Beulah Parker), Warren Stevens (Frank Cassidy), Steve Brodie (Jake Welch), James Logan (Ezra), Charles P. Thompson (Milton), Charles Tannen (Hill), Howard Wright (Smythe)

Drifter Frank Cassidy courts Beulah Parker hoping to get his hands on her farm so that he can sell it off but finds out that her brother is a co-owner. Brother soon turns up dead but it's not Cassidy who did the killing.



236 :07x03 - Miss Kitty

First aired: Oct/14/1961
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Harold Stone (Horace), Linda Watkins (Mattie), Dabbs Greer (Jonas), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Glenn Strange (Sam), John Lasell (Tucker), Frank Sutton (Charlie), Roger Mobley (Thad), Andy Albin (Proprietor)

Folks in Dodge wonder what's up when Kitty leaves for a few days with a wagonload of supplies and a small boy in tow without giving any explanation.



237 :07x04 - Harper's Blood

First aired: Oct/21/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Glenn Strange (Sam), Peter Whitney (Gip Cooley), Conlan Carter (Jeff Cooley), Warren J. Kemmerling (Carr), Dan Stafford (Kyle Cooley), Evans Evans (Jenny), Chris Hughes (Jeff), Ricky Kelman (Young Kyle), Moria Turner (Sarah)

Kyle Harper and his paramour plot to murder the woman's husband and set Kyle's brother, Jeff, up as the fall guy.



238 :07x05 - All That

First aired: Oct/28/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Buddy Ebsen (Print Quimby), John Larch (Cliff Shanks), Gage Clarke (Botkin), Harry Lauter (Kyle Terry), Harold Innocent (Clerk), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Harry Swoger (Hank Green), Glenn Strange (Sam), Frances Helm (Clara Shanks), Tim Frawley (Mike), Guy Raymond (Redfield), Herbert Patterson (Len), Howard Wright (Harry)

After being evicted from his ranch and losing his wife to another man, Cliff Shanks head to Colorado to search for gold. There, Shanks meets up with Print Quimby and the two concoct a scheme to get the ranch back.



239 :07x06 - Long, Long Trail

First aired: Nov/04/1961
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Peggy Stewart (Fan Hacker), Mabel Albertson (Dody Baines), Barbara Lord (Sarah Drew), Alan Baxter (Lou Hacker), Robert Dix (Jaime)

Matt escorts Sarah Drew across the prairie to an Army post so that she can marry her fiancee but the two run into numerous pitfalls during their journey.



240 :07x07 - The Squaw

First aired: Nov/11/1961
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: Gerald Mayer
Guest star: Paul Carr (Cully Tate), Bob Hastings (Bill Craig), John Dehner (Hardy Tate), Bill Erwin (Reverend Tucker), Vitina Marcus (Natacea), Jack Orrison (Shopkeeper), John Culwell (Bystander), Jet MacDonald (Sal)

Cully Tate disapproves of his father's Native American fiancee not because of bigotry but because he wants her for himself.



241 :07x08 - Chesterland

First aired: Nov/18/1961
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Harold Innocent (William), Sondra Blake (Daisy Fair), Earle Hodgins (Tubby), Arthur Peterson (Arny), Sarah Selby (Ma Smalley)

After he's smitten with a pretty damsel, Chester decides to give up being a deputy and take up farming so as to provide for his beloved. Unfortunately, everything he touches in regards to this farm ends up turning into crap.



242 :07x09 - Milly

First aired: Nov/25/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Richard Whorf
Guest star: Malcolm Atterbury (Bart Grover), James Griffith (Tillman), Harry Swoger (Lawson), Glenn Strange (Sam), Jena Engstrom (Milly Glover), Don Dubbins (Potts), Sue Randall (Laura), William Hughes (Joey Glover)

Milly Glover sets out to find a husband to escape her home life with an abusive father but she doesn't have any success so she sets about gaining revenge against the men who rejected her.



243 :07x10 - Indian Ford

First aired: Dec/02/1961
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Roy Roberts (Mr. Tabor), Anthony Caruso (Lone Eagle), R.G. Armstrong (Captain Benter), Lane Chandler (Trumbull), Pippa Scott (Mary Tabor), John Newton (Sergeant Cromwell), Dawn Little Sky (Native American Woman), Robert Dix (Spotted Wolf)

Matt travels with a cavalry detachment to a Native American camp in order to trade for a white woman who was abducted by a raiding party the year before. There's only one problem: the woman doesn't want to go.



244 :07x11 - Apprentice Doc

First aired: Dec/09/1961
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Robert Sorrells (Augie), Glenn Strange (Sam), Ben Cooper (Pitt Campbell), Crahan Denton (Clint)

Doc is kidnapped by two outlaws who want him to treat their co-hort who has suffered a broken leg.



245 :07x12 - Nina's Revenge

First aired: Dec/16/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Tay Garnett
Guest star: Lois Nettleton (Nina Sharkey), Glenn Strange (Sam), William Windom (Lee Sharkey), Johnny Seven (Harry Blucher), Ron Foster (Jim Garza), Quintin Sondergaard (Friend)

The Sharkey's are locked in a loveless marriage but when Nina Sharkey falls for Jim Garza she thinks she might find happiness. Fate decrees otherwise.



246 :07x13 - Marry Me

First aired: Dec/23/1961
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Dennis Weaver
Guest star: Warren Oates (Billy Cathcart), Glenn Strange (Sam), Don Dubbins (Orkey Cathcart), Taylor McPeters (Pa Cathcart)

Orkey Cathcart is desperate for a wife and decides that Kitty would make a perfect candidate.



247 :07x14 - A Man a Day

First aired: Dec/30/1961
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Val Dufour (Nick Cooner), Leonard Nimoy (Elias Grice), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Glenn Strange (Sam), Garry Walberg (Hatcher), Ben Wright (Dan Binny), James Drake (Morgan), Fay Spain (Bessie), Arthur Peterson (Sam Frazer), Roy Wright (Carver), Ann Morell (Ana Frazer)

Outlaws threaten to kill a man per day unless Matt leaves Dodge thus leaving them free to rob the bank.



248 :07x15 - The Do-Badder

First aired: Jan/06/1962
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Warren Oates (Chris Kelly), Strother Martin (Gene Bunch), James Anderson (Bert Case), H.M. Wynant (Sam Smith), Harry Bartell (Charlie Fess), Shug Fisher (Harry Obie), Roy Engel (Ed Greenley), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Glenn Strange (Sam), Abraham Sofaer (Harvey Easter), Adam Williams (Slim Trent), Craig Duncan (Pete), Richard Reeves (Red), Mercedes Shirley (Mary Pickett)

Harvey Easter is determined to reform the sinners in Dodge City--whether they like it or not.



249 :07x16 - Lacey

First aired: Jan/13/1962
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Jeremy Slate (Jess), Sherry Jackson (Lacey Parcher), Dorothy Green (Ellen Parcher), Oliver McGowan (Cyrus Parcher), Naura Hayden (Bessie)

Lacey Parcher's father tells a suitor to stay away from her but soon the old skinflint turns up dead. Lacey admits to the killing but Matt thinks she might be covering up for someone else.



250 :07x17 - Cody's Code

First aired: Jan/20/1962
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Anthony Caruso (Cody Durham), Robert Knapp (Sam Dukes), Bob Gravage (Citizen), Glenn Strange (Sam), Wayne Rogers (Brack Tracy), Gloria Talbott (Rose Loring), Ollie O'Toole (Postmaster), Kenneth Becker (Koger)

Cody Durham comes to the aid of Brack Tracy after he's shot and wounded by Sam Dukes but then Cody discovers that his fiancee has fallen for Brack.



251 :07x18 - Old Dan

First aired: Jan/27/1962
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Joe Haworth (Gates), Edgar Buchanan (Dan Witter), Philip Coolidge (Lem Petch), William Campbell (Luke Petch), Dorothy Neumann (Mrs. Bales), Hugh Sanders (Thede)

Doc tries to help out alcoholic Dan Witter by getting him a job with a local farmer but Dan soon clashes with the farmer's ne'er-do-well son.



252 :07x19 - Catawomper

First aired: Feb/10/1962
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Dick Sargent (Bud Bones), Warren Vanders (Pete), Robert Brubaker (Lieutenant), Harold Innocent (George), Bob Gravage (Witt), Jay Overholts (Sergeant), Quintin Sondergaard (Hank), Sue Ane Langdon (Kate Tassell), Roy Wright (Bert), Frank Sutton (Ollie), Joe Devlin (Jester)

Matt and Chester get involved in the tumultuous courtship of Kate Tassel and Bud Bones. It seems as though the two can't seem to live with or without each other.



253 :07x20 - Half Straight

First aired: Feb/17/1962
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Elizabeth MacRae (Fanny Fields), William Bramley (Hank Browder), Howard Culver (Howard), John Kerr (Lute Willis), J. Edward McKinley (Grant Hatcher), Lee Sabinson (Barkeep)

Professional gun Lute Willis is hired to kill Matt but after meeting Fanny Fields he decides to go straight and hires another gunman to do his dirty work.



254 :07x21 - He Learned About Women

First aired: Feb/24/1962
Director: Tay Garnett
Guest star: Claude Akins (Solis), Miriam Colon (Kisla), Barbara Luna (Chavela), Ted de Corsia (Garvey), Robert J. Wilke (Ab Rankin), Jeff De Benning (Red), Miguel Ángel Landa (Pepe), Joe Ferrante (Juan), Susan Petrone (Ruth), Val Ruffino (Guard), Andy Romano (Jose)

After Chester is taken prisoner by a gang of Comancheros, his only hope for survival lies with a female member of the gang.



255 :07x22 - The Gallows

First aired: Mar/03/1962
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Jeremy Slate (Pruitt Dover), Bob Gravage (Peters), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Orville Sherman (Sheriff), Robert J. Stevenson (Ax Parsons), Joseph Ruskin (Judge Henry), William Challee (Feist), Ollie O'Toole (Milt), Richard Shannon (Gamer), Nancy Walters (Girl)

Matt has to escort a prisoner, whom he thinks might be innocent, to a date with the gallows.



256 :07x23 - Reprisal

First aired: Mar/10/1962
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Harold Innocent (Bank Teller), Tom Reese (Pete Wellman), George Lambert (Oren Conrad), Dianne Foster (Cornelia Conrad), Jason Evers (Ben Hardin), Brad Trumbull (Hank Ives), Grace Lee Whitney (Pearl), Joe Devlin (Dan Binny), Harry Antrim (Botkin), Gene Benton (Green), Joe Di Reda (Black), William Hughes (Tommy)

After Matt is forced to kill her philandering husband, Cornelia Conrad sets out to exact revenge; first by trying to shoot Kitty and then by hiring Ben Hardin to kill Matt.



257 :07x24 - Coventry

First aired: Mar/17/1962
Writer: John Meston
Director: Christian Nyby
Guest star: Don Keefer (Rankin), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Harold Innocent (Botkin), Buck Young (Carl), Glenn Strange (Sam), James Anderson (Hager), Paul Birch (Jesse Ott), Mary Field (Clara Ott), Joe Maross (Dean Beard), Helen Wallace (Hedda), John Harmon (Judge), William Boyett (Harry)

Matt convinces the citizens of Dodge to ignore a notorious criminal who's arrived in town in hopes that this will persuade the man he's not wanted.



258 :07x25 - The Widow

First aired: Mar/24/1962
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Robert Brubaker (Jim Buck), Howard Culver (Howard), Joan Hackett (Mattie Arthur), Rodd Redwing (Little Bear), J. Edward McKinley (Emil Pack), Alexander Lockwood (Colonel Ebert), Alan Reed, Jr. (Corporal Jennings)

A woman travels onto Kiowa land to find proof of her cavalry officer husband's death in a battle four months before.



259 :07x26 - Durham Bull

First aired: Mar/31/1962
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Ted Jordan (Kearny), George Keymas (Polk), Hank Patterson (Cowboy), John Kellogg (Silva), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Howard Culver (Howard), Andy Clyde (Henry Squires), Richard Keene (Dan Binny), Gilbert Green (Rudd), Will Corry (Wade), Ted Jacques (Brakeman), Ricky Kelman (Little Bit), Richard Torrey (Downey)

Four outlaws arrive in Dodge with plans to commit two big robberies.



260 :07x27 - Wagon Girls

First aired: Apr/07/1962
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Kevin Hagen (Bowman), Rayford Barnes (Lee), William Schallert (Captain Grant), Ben Wright (Sgt. Pickens), Buck Young (Corporal Stone), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Gilman Rankin (Chief Red Knife), Constance Ford (Florida Jenkins), Joseph V. Perry (Harve), William Wellman, Jr. (Private King), Joan Marshall (Emma), Ellen Burstyn (Polly Mims), Arch Johnson (Carl Feester)

Matt, pursuing two robbers in hostile Arapaho country, encounters a girl who's run away from a wagon train heading for Colorado with a group of dance hall girls.



261 :07x28 - The Dealer

First aired: Apr/14/1962
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Roy Roberts (Billy Baskin), Jess Kirkpatrick (Barney), Ted Jordan (Cheater), Judi Meredith (Lily Baskin), Gary Clarke (Johnny Cole), George Mathews (Champ Larkin), Baynes Barron (Sheriff)

A female faro dealer is pursued by two men: a drunken former bareknuckle boxer and the cowboy who shot and killed her father in self-defense.



262 :07x29 - The Summons

First aired: Apr/21/1962
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: John Crawford (Loy Bishop), Howard Culver (Dobie), Glenn Strange (Sam), Michael Hinn (Deputy), Percy Helton (Duffer), Bethel Leslie (Rose Ellen), Cal Bolder (Dawkins), Robert J. Stevenson (Cape), Myron Healey (Mosely), Cyril Delevanti (Old Man), William B. Corrie (Clerk), Joyce Jameson (Pearl)

Feeling cheated out of a reward, Loy Bishop plots revenge against Matt Dillon. He summons the Marshal to a neighboring town with intentions of hanging him.



263 :07x30 - The Dreamers

First aired: Apr/28/1962
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Gage Clarke (Botkin), J. Pat O'Malley (Jake Fogle), Shug Fisher (Obie), Glenn Strange (Sam), Valerie Allen (Annie), CeCe Whitney (Julia), Liam Redmond (Henry Cairn), Perry Cook (Barkeep)

Kitty and the Long Branch are in trouble financially when a competitor begins selling liquor ten cents cheaper than them.



264 :07x31 - Cale

First aired: May/05/1962
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Glenn Strange (Sam), Robert Karnes (Starrett), Hank Patterson (Hank Miller), Joseph Hamilton (Nick), Peter Ashley (Will), Carl Reindel (Cale)

A drifter gets himself into a hornet's nest worth of trouble when he decides to sleep in the barn of an absent farmer.



265 :07x32 - Chester's Indian

First aired: May/12/1962
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Joseph Sargent
Guest star: Peggy Rea (Miss Peggity), Karl Swenson (Adam), Shug Fisher (Obie), Eddie Little Sky (Native American), Lew Brown (Frank), Garry Walberg (Simeon), Jena Engstrom (Callie), Michael Barrier (Cowboy), Gene Benton (Waiter)

On his way to visit his cousin, Chester gets involved with a Native American who has escaped from custody.



266 :07x33 - The Prisoner

First aired: May/19/1962
Writer: Thomas Thompson
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: William Phipps (Ham), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Rayford Barnes (Jellico), Charles Fredericks (Hunk), Ed Nelson (Seth), Nancy Gates (Sarah), Conrad Nagel (Major), Andrew Prine (Billy Joe), William B. Corrie (Waiter), Dorothy Neumann (Mrs. Pierson), Cathie Merchant (Sally), Ollie O'Toole (Postmaster), Chris Witman (Mrs. Thurmond), John Close (Turner)

Matt goes after an Army deserter who escaped from a military stockade and killed a guard in the process but finds he might have to stand in line. An Army major wants the AWOL soldier for killing his son in Dodge. Matt eventually catches up to the deserter who swears he's innocent of the second crime.



267 :07x34 - The Boys

First aired: May/26/1962
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Malcolm Atterbury (Professor Eliot), George Kennedy (Hug Eliot), Harry Dean Stanton (Nate Eliot), Harry Swoger (Hank Green), Glenn Strange (Sam), Gage Clarke (Botkin), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Hal Needham (Ed), Michael Parks (Park Eliot), Arthur Malet (Farnum), May Heatherly (Molly), William Newell (Conductor), Joe Devlin (Drummer), Harp McGuire (Guard)

The three no-talent sons of a sideshow medicine man rob a stagecoach disguised as Native Americans. Then they rob a train of $10,000 in gold.



268 :08x01 - The Search

First aired: Sep/15/1962
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Leonard Nimoy (Arnie), Ford Rainey (Tate Gifford), Virginia Gregg (Ess Cutler), Carl Reindel (Cale), Hank Patterson (Hank Miller), Raymond Guth (Sam Cutler), Holly Bane (Frank), Fred Coby (Horn), Mickey Morton (Coot)

Marshal Dillon befriends a young man, Cale, who has earned his respect. But Tate Gifford believes Cale has stolen his horse.



269 :08x02 - Call Me Dodie

First aired: Sep/22/1962
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Bob Hastings (Whip), Joby Baker (Ky), Diane Mountford (Lady), Carol Anne Seflinger (Martha), Dennis Cross (Norm), Buck Young (John), Jackie Searl (Floyd Bagge), Mary Patton (Addie Bagge), Wallace Rooney (Dan Binny), Dal McKennon (Jake), Guy Wilkerson (Waiter), Nesdon Booth (Bartender)

A teenage girl who escaped from an abusive situation at an orphanage, leads to Matt's discovery of the true happenings of what is going on there.



270 :08x03 - Quint Asper Comes Home

First aired: Sep/29/1962
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Angela Clarke (Topsanah), Burt Reynolds (Quint Asper), Michael Keep (Chief), Bill Zuckert (John Asper), Myron Healey (Mike), Harry Carey, Jr. (Jim Grant), Lane Bradford (Bob), Earle Hodgins (Dobie), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Robert Hinkle (Cowboy), Foster Brooks (Ed), Michael Barrier (Brave)

Quint Asper is an angry half-breed Indian, who has hatred towards the white man after his father is killed. Years later as a Comanche, he returns and takes Matt prisoner and is told to kill him by his chief.



271 :08x04 - Root Down

First aired: Oct/06/1962
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Sobey Martin
Guest star: John Dehner (Luke Dutton (Pa)), Howard McNear (Howard Rudd), Michael Carr (Cowboy), Sherry Jackson (Aggie Dutton), Robert Doyle (Grudie Dutton), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Ollie O'Toole (Clerk)

Aggie Dutton has come into Dodge City with the intension of finding a man. Her choice is Chester, whether he is willing or not.



272 :08x05 - Jenny

First aired: Oct/13/1962
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Burt Reynolds (Quint Asper), Ruta Lee (Jenny), Ron Hayes (Zel Meyers), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Barry Russo (Al Flack), Barry Cahill (Chuck), Kenneth Hudgins (Pete), Montie Montana (Joe)

When a bank robber and his girl come to Dodge City, Matt is made the target after the thief is arrested for killing a man who beat him out of $1,000 at poker.



273 :08x06 - Collie's Free

First aired: Oct/20/1962
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Jason Evers (Collie Patten), Jacqueline Scott (Francie Patten), William Bramley (Davis Henry), Jim Halferty (Rob Patten), Richard Bull (Nort), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Dennis Cross (Dutton), Mary Castle (Saloon Girl), Orville Sherman (Warden), Barry Cahill (Abel), Henry Rowland (Smithy), Pat McCaffrie (Barkeep)

A cattle thief, Collie, is released from prison after eight long years and wants his revenge against Marshal Matt Dillon.



274 :08x07 - The Ditch

First aired: Oct/27/1962
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Dehl Berti (Waco), Joanne Linville (Susan Bart), Jay Lanin (Trent Hawkins), Christopher Dark (Lafe Crider), Hardie Albright (Peckett), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Gail Bonney (Mrs. Hawkins), Miguel Ángel Landa (Boss)

A woman keeps her deceased father's plan alive to divert the water supply away from the homesteaders. It's up to Matt to keep the peace and find a solution when the homesteaders band as one to fight the blockade.



275 :08x08 - The Trappers

First aired: Nov/03/1962
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Robert Brubaker (Jim Buck), Chal Johnson (Tom), Lane Chandler (Luke), Robert Lowery (Idaho Smith), Richard Shannon (Tug Marsh), Doris Singleton (Irma Watkins), Strother Martin (Billy Logan)

When a pair of fur trappers roam into Dodge City, Matt fears they should leave before some greedy criminal goes after the money the furs should fetch.



276 :08x09 - Phoebe Strunk

First aired: Nov/10/1962
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Phyllis Coates (Rose), Burt Reynolds (Quint Asper), Virginia Gregg (Phoebe Strunk), Joan Freeman (Annie Shields), Don Megowan (Oliver Strunk), Gregg Palmer (Hulett Strunk), Harry Raybould (Casper Strunk), Dick Peabody (Simsie Strunk), John McLiam (Sam Kinney), Phil Chambers (Ned Shields), Marilyn Harvey (Mary Shields), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

Phoebe Strunk and her boys ride into Dodge after robbing and burning a couple in their wagon. Annie recognizes the wagon as belonging to her parent's. The boys plan on keeping her quiet, even if it means killing again.



277 :08x10 - The Hunger

First aired: Nov/17/1962
Writer: Jack Curtis
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Elen Willard (Althea Dorf), Robert Middleton (Claude Dorf), Joe Flynn (Drummer), Linda Watkins (Mrs. Dorf), Sarah Selby (Ma Smalley), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Hampton Fancher (Clem Dorf), Byron Foulger (Dooley), Kelton Garwood (Fred), Henrietta Moore (Dolly), Bob McQuain (Cowboy), Sue Casey (Martha)

The wife of an abusive man and her equally mean streaked son, asks Matt to rescue her daughter from their home and keep her safe from her family.



278 :08x11 - Abe Blocker

First aired: Nov/24/1962
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Burt Reynolds (Quint Asper), Chill Wills (Abe Blocker), Wright King (Bud Groves), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Harry Carey, Jr. (Jake), Miranda Jones (Mary Groves), Robert Adler (Emmett), Marshall Reed (Sam Vestal), Lane Bradford (Till Gant), Wallace Rooney (Dan Binney), Chuck Roberson (Joe Clark), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

A crazed mountain man, Abe Blocker, starts a killing spree around the territory. As a posse tracks him down hiding in the mountains, Abe uses his knowledge of the hills to his advantage.



279 :08x12 - The Way It Is

First aired: Dec/01/1962
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Claude Akins (Abe Bellum), Garry Walberg (Bent Dillard), Virginia Lewis (Anne), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Duane Grey (Rancher)

While Matt is away on business, Kitty falls for a man, unaware he has an anger problem. She doesn't find this fact out until she invites him to the Ford County Sociable.



280 :08x13 - Us Haggens

First aired: Dec/08/1962
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Denver Pyle (Blackjack Haggen), Elizabeth MacRae (April), William Hughes (Timmy), Howard Wright (Dietzer)

Matt's new companion, Festus Haggen, is on the trail of his uncle, who is accused of shooting his twin brother dead.



281 :08x14 - Uncle Sunday

First aired: Dec/15/1962
Writer: John Meston
Director: Joseph Sargent
Guest star: Burt Reynolds (Quint Asper), Henry Beckman (Uncle Sunday Meachem), Joyce Bulifant (Ellie), Ed Nelson (Burt Curry), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Gage Clarke (Mr. Botkin), Wallace Rooney (Dan Binney), Nora Marlowe (Mrs. Perkins), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

A letter from Chester's uncle Sunday, has him searching for extra work as to send money to him. A surprise visit to Dodge with niece Ellie, reveals that they plan on a bank heist, and she then figures on leaving Uncle Sunday for another man. Can Chester stop the robbery before his relative becomes a wanted man?



282 :08x15 - False Front

First aired: Dec/22/1962
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Michael T. Mikler (Bill), Roy Thinnes (Harry), William Bryant (Joe), K.L. Smith (Pete), Brett King (Hank), Robert Fortier (Bill), Wallace Rooney (Dan Binney), Shary Marshall (Rita), Charles Fredericks (Senator McGovern), Art Lund (Nick Heber), William Windom (Paul Hill), Andrew Prine (Clay Tatum)

A man attempts to win a bet by coming into Dodge under a false reputation of being a gunslinger, and leaving without a confrontation. But when a youngster hears of this tough shooter, he plans on making his own reputation by beating him to the draw.



283 :08x16 - Old Comrade

First aired: Dec/29/1962
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Roy Roberts (Dobie), Frank Sutton (Billy Marston), J. Pat O'Malley (Col. Gabe Wilson), Ralph Moody (General Kip Marston), Vitina Marcus (Missy), Wayne Heffley (Lem), Wayne C. Treadway (Mr. Green), John Reed King (Townsman), Dick Whittinghill (Jason), Bill Baucom (Photographer), Norman Leavitt (Orderly)

A half-breed Indian son of a General is a wanted man. As Matt arrives to tell them he is no longer wanted he discovers the young man has fled. Catching up to him back at his home, the General feels apologetic for leaving his son and mother behind.



284 :08x17 - Louis Pheeters

First aired: Jan/05/1963
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: John Larkin (Murph Moody), Gloria McGehee (Clara Felder), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Woodrow Parfrey (Tom Wiggins), Larry Ward (Bart Felder), Ted Jordan (Gus Thompson)

Clara is married to Bart but is in love with his best friend Murph. Bart drowns a man who Clara claims forced her to drink with him, unaware that Louis Pheeters saw the crime. But it's Louie who is accused of the crime, that is until Murph is caught with Clara by Bart.



285 :08x18 - The Renegades

First aired: Jan/12/1963
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Audrey Dalton (Lavinia Pate), Ben Wright (Colonel Pate), Jack Lambert (Brice), Don 'Red' Barry (McIver), John Pickard (Poole), Edward Faulkner (Sergeant), Linda Hutchings (Ruth), Bob Steele (Sam Gordon, Stagecoach Driver), Alan Dexter (Trask, renegade), Joe Bassett (Leader)

Quint comes to the rescue of a bigoted woman who is caught in the middle of a stagecoach ambush.



286 :08x19 - Cotter's Girl

First aired: Jan/19/1963
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Mariette Hartley (Clarey Cotter), Roy Barcroft (Mr. Cotter), John Clarke (Mackle), Jesslyn Fax (Proprietress), Sarah Selby (Ma Smalley)

Matt is left in charge of a young woman when her father is beaten to death. The woman, ,is to be brought to her Aunt's home in Harrisburg, but Matt and Kitty attempt to make her a bit more civilized first.



287 :08x20 - The Bad One

First aired: Jan/26/1963
Writer: Gwen Bagni
Director: Sobey Martin
Guest star: Chris Robinson (Willie Jett), Burt Reynolds (Quint Asper), Dolores Sutton (Jenny Anne Parker), Booth Colman (Gant Parker), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Michael T. Mikler (Cowpoke), Kenneth Konopka (Clancy), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Gil Lamb (Porter), Sue Casey (Saloon Gal), Bob Gravage (Telegrapher)

A young woman may be the witness to a stage coach hold up, but refuses to identify the suspect after having been kissed by him after the robbery.



288 :08x21 - The Cousin

First aired: Feb/02/1963
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Michael Forest (Chance), Gloria Talbott (Hallie), John Anderson (Cheevers), Joseph V. Perry (Moran), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Lew Brown (Gates), Jackie Blanchard (Saloon Girl), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Helen Wallace (Woman), James Drake (Man)

Chance Hopper has been released from prison after serving for a hold up. Chance and Matt just happen to have been raised by the same parents, but Matt is weary of him because of his past. But it is up to Chance to prove his loyalty when Matt goes after his two former partners in crime.



289 :08x22 - Shona

First aired: Feb/09/1963
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Roy Roberts (Dobie), John Crawford (Les Torbert), Burt Reynolds (Quint Asper), Miriam Colon (Shona Dawson), Bart Burns (Joe Riser), Robert Palmer (Rud), Sarah Selby (Ma Smalley), George Selk (Moss Grimmick)

Shona, an Indian woman and friend of Quint, is in need of protection when the sons of a man killed by Indians want their revenge against Shona and her white husband, who's tracks lead to the murder scene.



290 :08x23 - Ash

First aired: Feb/16/1963
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: John Dehner (Ben Galt), Adam West (Emmett Hall), Anthony Caruso (Ash Farior), Dee Hartford (Tillie), Sheldon Allman (Murdock), William Fawcett (Hawkins), Robert Bice (Driver), Richard Bartell (Harry), Michael T. Mikler (Frank), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

Two men vie for the same woman, Tillie, a saloon girl at the Long Branch. But both are out of luck when her fiance intervenes. The men become partners in a freight business, but one is injured by a falling barrel. When he awakens the man has a different personality, one in which brings him back to Tillie and may lead to his death.



291 :08x24 - Blind Man's Bluff

First aired: Feb/23/1963
Writer: John Meston
Director: Ted Post
Guest star: Will Hutchins (Billy Poe), Burt Reynolds (Quint Asper), John Alderson (Canby), Crahan Denton (Frank Walker), Judson Pratt (Dane), Herbert Lytton (Bud Hays), Natalie Norwick (Maid), Leonard Stone (Davey), Michael T. Mikler (Cowboy), John Rodney (Barkeep), Gregg Palmer (Wells), Darlene Fields (Saloon Girl)

A man, Billy Poe, is made a wanted man after a dying man accuses him as his killer. While searching for Billy, Matt is knocked unconscious by three men with a hatred for the law. A blurry eyed Matt can barely make out the man who is assisting him as Billy.



292 :08x25 - Quint's Indian

First aired: Mar/01/1963
Director: Fred H. Jackman
Guest star: James Brown (Mark Feeney), Burt Reynolds (Quint Asper), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Will Corry (Jim Stope), Patrick McVey (Bob Houser), James Griffith (Bettis), Michael Hinn (Jake Spooner), Michael Keep (Leader), Mark Murray (Jimmy), Raymond Guth (Will Grissom), Ruth Phillips (Mary), Roy Engel (Gus Syker)

Quint is accused of stealing a horse that he was paid to shoe. While Matt attempts to clear his friend's name, he himself is accused by a group of Indians of informing the cavalry to their whereabouts.



293 :08x26 - Anybody Can Kill a Marshal

First aired: Mar/08/1963
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Howard McNear (Howard), Burt Reynolds (Quint Asper), Milton Selzer (Painter), Joyce Van Patten (Molly, Saloon Girl), James Westerfield (Cleed), Warren Stevens (Lucas), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Brenda Scott (Betsy Burgess), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Tom Lutz (Cowboy)

A man, believing he had killed Matt, becomes obsessed when he realizes Dillon is still alive and well in Dodge. Now he is on a quest to make sure he kills the Marshal, once and for all.



294 :08x27 - Two of a Kind

First aired: Mar/16/1963
Writer: Merwin Gerard
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Richard Jaeckel (O'Ryan), Bee Tompkins (Girl), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), John Mitchum (Wills), Garry Walberg (Anson), Ben Wright (Elton Harris), Earle Hodgins (Judge), Kent Smith (Clay Bealton), Michael Higgins (Tim Finnegan), Burt Reynolds (Quint Asper)

Two men, Sean and Tim, arguing over a woman end up coming to each other's aid when a man attempts to claim a salt mine that exists on both their properties.



295 :08x28 - I Call Him Wonder

First aired: Mar/23/1963
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Leonard Nimoy (Holt), Alex Sharp (Cook), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Eddie Little Sky (Charlie, Indian Scout), Gilman Rankin (Waiter), Bill Zuckert (Enoch Miller), Duane Grey (Keogh), Harry Bartell (Colonel), Edmund Vargas (Wonder), Sandy Kenyon (Docker), Ron Hayes (Jud Sorrell)

The folks in Dodge City don't take to kindly to Jud Sorrell, a cowpoke, who has just taken in a homeless Indian boy he calls Wonder.



296 :08x29 - With a Smile

First aired: Mar/30/1963
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: James Best (Dal Creed), Jay Della (Cowboy), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Gilman Rankin (Waiter), Robert Stevenson (Foy), Dan Stafford (Kelly), Dick Foran (Sheriff Ben Carver), Linden Chiles (Pat Cain), Sharon Farrell (Lottie Foy), Burt Reynolds (Quint Asper), R.G. Armstrong (Major Creed)

Dal Creed falls for Lottie, a woman who's father he killed. But she has her eyes on Pat Kane, a man who Dal framed and had fired by Lottie's father. But when Lottie and Pat's relationship is found out by Dal, one of them will be murdered and Dal will be sentenced to hang.



297 :08x30 - The Far Places

First aired: Apr/06/1963
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Angela Clarke (Carrie Newcomb), Rees Vaughn (Jeff Newcomb), Bennye Gatteys (Millie Smith), Dennis Cross (Colley Corder), Orville Sherman (Wib Smith), Richard Jury (Humphreys), Sailor Vincent (Client)

When Jeff Newcom is sent away to Chicago by his mother, little did he know that his girl would not be waiting for his return. Upon his return, Millie informs him that she is involved with another man. Jeff refuses to let her go, but little does he know it is Ma Newcom who has caused the rift in their relationship.



298 :08x31 - Panacea Sykes

First aired: Apr/13/1963
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: William Conrad
Guest star: Robert Nash (Second Man), Nellie Burt (Panacea Sykes), Dan Tobin (Appleton Foote), Charles Watts (Shelby Little), Charlie Briggs (Driver), John Clarke (Alvy), Jan Brooks (Ethel Webb), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Carl Prickett (Agent), Charles Seel (First Man), John Lawrence (Riley Webb)

Pan Sykes comes to Dodge City to get a return favor from Kitty, who she had lived with for two years after her mother passed away. The problem is, Pan is a wanted pickpocket who has roamed all across the country.



299 :08x32 - Tell Chester

First aired: Apr/20/1963
Writer: Frank Paris
Director: Joseph Sargent
Guest star: Lonny Chapman (Wade Stringer), Mitzi Hoag (Polly Donahue), Lew Brown (Nace Porter), Jo Helton (Wendy Stringer), Sara Taft (Tao), Robert Gibbons (Donahue), Ray Galvin (Barkeep)

Chester is accused of killing a woman he once loved, after she marries another man and then becomes deathly ill. When her husband sees Chester burying her body, her husband hires a gunman to shoot him down.



300 :08x33 - Quint-Cident

First aired: Apr/27/1963
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Ollie O'Toole (Telegrapher), Catherine McLeod (Lizzie), Don Keefer (Nally), Ben Johnson (Ben Crown), Mary La Roche (Willa Devlin), Burt Reynolds (Quint Asper)

A widow is the only person who can free Quint after she is the victim of an assault.



301 :08x34 - Old York

First aired: May/04/1963
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Roy Roberts (Botkin), Don Spruance (Jim), Lou Krugman (Barkeep), Dorothy Neumann (Mrs. Finney), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Edward Madden (Taylor), Robert Knapp (Clayton), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), H.M. Wynant (Sage), Michael Constantine (Jim Baca), Burt Reynolds (Quint Asper), Edgar Buchanan (Dan York)

Matt meets up with two men who held him hostage seventeen years earlier, after robbing a bank and was to have been executed.



302 :08x35 - Daddy Went Away

First aired: May/11/1963
Director: Joseph Sargent
Guest star: Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Morgan Brittany (Jessica Damon), William Schallert (Jess Damon), Mary Carver (Lucy Damon)

Chester falls in love with Lucy Damon, a woman who claims that her husband had died. But Chester wants to know the truth when he finds her husband fishing on a river.



303 :08x36 - The Odyssey of Jubal Tanner

First aired: May/18/1963
Writer: Paul Savage
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Denver Pyle (Aaron), Hal Needham (Cowboy), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Gregg Palmer (Colie Fletcher), Kevin Hagen (Hobie Larker), Peter Breck (Jubal Tanner), Beverly Garland (Leah Bronson)

A former Army guard comes to the aid of a lovely woman who was in danger of being killed, after the brother of her dead fiance blames her for his death.



304 :08x37 - Jeb

First aired: May/25/1963
Writer: Paul Savage
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Rand Brooks (Man), Burt Reynolds (Quint Asper), Émile Genest (Chouteau), Roy Thinnes (Ab Singleton), James Hampton (Jeb Willis), William Dennis Hunt (Codge), Duane Grey (Thad), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Dennis Cross (Brave), Buck Young (Andy)

A young man, Jeb, is accused of murder when he shows up riding a horse that belonged to the dead man. It's up to Matt to intervene and find out who killed the buffalo hunter.



305 :08x38 - The Quest for Asa Janin

First aired: Jun/01/1963
Writer: Paul Savage
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez (Bartender), Edward Faulkner (Edward Faulkner), Lane Chandler (Warden), Harry Carey, Jr. (Sheriff Hank Colridge), Gene Darfler (Dave Ingalls), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), George Keymas (Owen Pardee), Jack Lambert (Scotsman), Richard Devon (Asa Janin), Anthony Caruso (Ford Macklin)

Matt gets caught between a man accused of killing Lucy Furth, the real murderer and Lucy's husband, who plans to get his revenge for his wife's death.



306 :09x01 - Kate Heller

First aired: Sep/28/1963
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Mabel Albertson (Kate Heller), Ted Jordan (Bo), Harry Bartell (Gus Riley), Robert Knapp (Driver), Duane Grey (Shotgun), Tom Lowell (Andy Heller), Betsy Jones-Moreland (Tess)

Kate Heller, who owns a relay station, is forced to face up to the fact that her grandson is a killer.



307 :09x02 - Lover Boy

First aired: Oct/05/1963
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Sheree North (Avis Fisher), Alan Baxter (Ab Fisher), Richard Coogan (Luke Ryan), Allan Hunt (Boy), Carol Byron (Terry Lee), Ken Curtis (Kyle Kelly)

Ladies man Kyle Kelly dumps Terry Lee and sets his sights on married Avis Fisher. Avis falls for Kyle's smooth talking but, needless to say, her hubby isn't very pleased at this turn of events.



308 :09x03 - Legends Don't Sleep

First aired: Oct/12/1963
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Scott Marlowe (Britt), Hope Summers (Aunt Jen), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), William Talman (Race), Robert Bice (Filler), Alan Dexter (Grosset), Ken Kenopka (Barkeep), Don Haggerty (Sheriff)

An ex-convict wants to go straight but it won't be easy when two members of his former gang arrive on the scene.



309 :09x04 - Tobe

First aired: Oct/19/1963
Writer: Paul Savage
Director: John English
Guest star: Harry Townes (Tobe Hostetter), L.Q. Jones (Skinner), Harry Dean Stanton (Young Man), Sarah Selby (Ma Smalley), Mary La Roche (Hannah Clayton/Mae Young), Philip Abbott (Frank), John Newton (Cowboy), Bud Osborne (Man), S. John Launer (Townsman)

Hard luck Tobe Hostetter falls for newly arrived Hannah Clayton but her checkered past soon catches up to her and throws a monkey wrench into things.



310 :09x05 - Easy Come

First aired: Oct/26/1963
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Orville Sherman (Wib Smith), Sam Edwards (Morff), Peggy Rea (Woman), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Glenn Strange (Sam), K.L. Smith (King), Shug Fisher (Harry), George D. Wallace (Tobin), Charlie Briggs (Riley), Andrew Prine (Elmo Sippy), Carl Reindel (Calhoun), David Manley (Parks), Dave Willock (Clerk), Chubby Johnson (Barr), Dallas Mitchell (Cowboy)

Elmo Sippy embarks upon a one man crime wave of robbery and murder in order to get money to pay a poker debt



311 :09x06 - My Sister's Keeper

First aired: Nov/02/1963
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Gage Clarke (Botkin), Glenn Strange (Sam), Fred Coby (Barkeep), James Broderick (Pete Sievers), Nancy Wickwire (Nell Shuler), Jennifer Billingsley (Leah Shuler), Lisa Seagram (Saloon Girl)

When Pete Sievers begins drinking heavily after the death of his young wife, Nell Shuler gives him a job in her bakery but Pete soon catches the roving eye of Nell's younger sister Leah.



312 :09x07 - Quint's Trail

First aired: Nov/09/1963
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Shirley O'Hara (Florie Neff), Charles Seel (Finch), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Sharon Farrell (Belle Neff), Don Haggerty (Clardy), Everett Sloane (Cyrus Neff)

Cyrus Neff and his family are on their way to North Platte, NE but get conned out of their money by a man named Clardy. Quint and Chester try to retrieve the Neffs' money as well as get them safely to their destination.



313 :09x08 - Carter Caper

First aired: Nov/16/1963
Writer: John Meston
Director: Jerry Hopper
Guest star: Michael Fox (Waiter), William Phipps (Joe Stark), Jeremy Slate (Billy Hargis), Rayford Barnes (Dan Flack), I. Stanford Jolley (Barclay Mims), Barney Phillips (Bob Smith), Dennis Cross (Bud), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Glenn Strange (Sam), William Fawcett (Turner), Anjanette Comer (Cara Miles), Jacques Shelton (Bo Carter)

Dan Flack spreads word around town that Billy Hargis killed the notorious gunslinger Bo Carter because he wants to go up against Billy.



314 :09x09 - Ex-Con

First aired: Nov/30/1963
Writer: John Meston
Director: Thomas Carr
Guest star: Roy Roberts (Botkin), John Kellogg (Leo PItts), Harry Lauter (Kelly), Jeanne Cooper (Lily Pitts), Howard Wendell (Judge), Raymond Guth (Clabe), Richard Devon (Sam Pitts), Tommy Alexander (Kid)

An ex-convict still has some gold hidden from the robbery which sent him to prison but there are others who want to get their hands on his hoard.



315 :09x10 - Extradition (1)

First aired: Dec/07/1963
Writer: Antony Ellis
Director: John English
Guest star: Gene Evans (Charlie Hacker), Walter Burke (Willie Kerns), Anna Navarro (Marguerita), Alex Montoya (Diaz), Gilbert Roland (Lt. Julio Chavez), Miguel Ángel Landa (Rivera), Lisa Seagram (Senorita), Ricky Vera (Boy with Guitar)

Matt pursues wanted man Charlie Hacker into Mexico. It seems as though a few years ago, Hacker killed a friend of Matt's in a mail robbery and now Matt wants the $2,000 reward on Hacker for the friend's widow.



316 :09x11 - Extradition (2)

First aired: Dec/14/1963
Writer: Antony Ellis
Director: John English
Guest star: Gene Evans (Charlie Hacker), Rico Alaniz (El Pinon), Gilbert Roland (Lt. Julio Chavez), Anna Navarro (Marguerita), Pepe Hern (Miguel), Miguel Ángel Landa (Rivera), Alex Montoya (Diaz)

Matt captures wanted Charlie Hacker in Mexico but they must match wits with and do battle against both bandits and Federales to make it back across the border.



317 :09x12 - The Magician

First aired: Dec/21/1963
Writer: John Kneubuhl
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Tom Simcox (Tom Wells), Bill Zuckert (Ned), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Sheldon Allman (Red Banks), Lloyd Corrigan (Jeremiah Dark), Brooke Bundy (Alice Dark), Barry Kelley (Aaron Wells), Ken Tilles (Cy)

Tragedy ensues when a sideshow medicine man and his daughter become involved with a rancher and his hot-tempered son.



318 :09x13 - Pa Hack's Brood

First aired: Dec/28/1963
Writer: Paul Savage
Director: Jerry Hopper
Guest star: George Lindsey (Orville Hack), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Russell Thorson (Pa Willis), Milton Selzer (Pa Hack), Marianna Hill (Annie Montgomery), James Hampton (Jeb Willis), Charles Kuenstle (Lonnie Hack), Lynn Loring (Maybelle)

Pa Hack and his brood are determined to have a plot of land to call their own no matter the cost to others.



319 :09x14 - The Glory and the Mud

First aired: Jan/04/1964
Writer: Gwen Bagni
Director: Jerry Hopper
Guest star: James Best (Sam Beal), Glenn Strange (Sam), Robert Sorrells (Cloudy), Kent Smith (Jack Dakota), Marsha Hunt (Sarah Carr), Joseph Hamilton (Dan Binney), Jenny Lee Arness (Amy), Richard Murray (Young Buck)

Jack Dakota, a former lawman and wild west showman, arrives in Dodge City hoping to re-kindle his former romance with widow Sarah Carr but finds himself being challenged by young gun Sam Beal.



320 :09x15 - Dry Well

First aired: Jan/11/1964
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Tom Simcox (Web Vickers), Glenn Strange (Sam), Ned Glass (Ira Vickers), John Hanek (Jeff Dailey), Karen Sharpe Kramer (Yuma Linz), William Henry (Dave Linz)

Dave Linz's hot wife, Yuma, is fooling around with both Web Vickers and Jeff Dailey. Naturally, tragedy soon ensues.



321 :09x16 - Prairie Wolfer

First aired: Jan/18/1964
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Fred Coby (Charlie), Noah Beery, Jr. (Nate Guthrie), Don Dubbins (Rollie Wendt), Holly McIntire (Sarah Guthrie), James Drake (Dude), Ken Curtis (Festus Haggen)

Festus is hired by a ranchers association to kill the wolves which have been preying on their cattle but he discovers that some human wolves are actually the ones responsible.



322 :09x17 - Friend

First aired: Jan/25/1964
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Tom Reese (Judd Nellis), George Keymas (Frank Gore), Ralph Moody (Finley), Ben Wright (Father Tom), Glenn Strange (Sam), Jan Shepard (Marge), Butch Patrick (Runt), Frank Kreig (Barkeep)

After receiving a letter regarding the death of a friend, Matt travels to a neighboring town to investigate.



323 :09x18 - Once a Haggen

First aired: Feb/01/1964
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Slim Pickens (Bucko Taos), Harry Lauter (Cardsharp), Elizabeth MacRae (April Clomley), Roy Barcroft (Pop Schiller), Kenneth Tobey (Fickett), John Hudson (Curly), Howard Wendell (Judge)

Bucko Taos, who's a pal of Festus, gets charged with the murder of a cardsharp who took all his money in a poker game. Festus ends up breaking Bucko out of jail but then they are cornered by a lynch mob headed by the real killer.



324 :09x19 - No Hands

First aired: Feb/08/1964
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Denver Pyle (Pa Ginnis), Orville Sherman (Wib Smith), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Strother Martin (Will Timble), Glenn Strange (Sam), Wright King (Lon Ginnis), Rayford Barnes (Jess), Conlan Carter (Ben), Kevin Hagen (Emmett), Shug Fisher (Barkeep), Mark Murray (Boy)

When woodcarver Will Timble's hand gets severely injured, Doc has to amputate and Timble can no longer practice his profession.



325 :09x20 - May Blossom

First aired: Feb/15/1964
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Sarah Selby (Ma Smalley), Roger Torrey (Feeder), Charles H. Gray (Lon), Richard X. Slattery (Greer), Lauri Peters (May Blossom)

Festus' distant cousin May Blossom arrives in Dodge from Texas with intentions of marrying him. She informs him it's because of a pact their fathers made.



326 :09x21 - The Bassops

First aired: Feb/22/1964
Writer: Tom Hanley, Jr.
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Warren Oates (Deke Bassop), James Griffith (Harford), Ollie O'Toole (Telegrapher), Glenn Strange (Sam), Robert J. Wilke (Wayne Kelby), Eunice Christopher (Mellie Bassop), Mickey Sholdar (Tommy Bassop), Robert Bice (Wilson), Patricia Joyce (Donna Lee)

After Matt and his prisoner are both knocked unconscious, the prisoner awakens and claims he's the Marshal.



327 :09x22 - The Kite

First aired: Feb/29/1964
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Sarah Selby (Ma Smalley), Burt Douglas (Joe Bryan), Glenn Strange (Sam), Lyle Bettger (Ed Polk), Michael Higgins (Rod Cassidy), Betsy Hale (Letty Cassidy), Allyson Ames (Clara Cassidy)

Matt tries to protect the daughter of a murder victim from her father's killer.



328 :09x23 - Comanches is Soft

First aired: Mar/07/1964
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Don Megowan (Big Hardy), Harry Dean Stanton (Leader), Rex Holman (Brother), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Kathleen Nolan (Liz), Nesdon Booth (Barkeep), Richard Reeves (Heavy)

Quint and Festus get into all sorts of mischief when they take a trip to Wichita.



329 :09x24 - Father's Love

First aired: Mar/14/1964
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Robert F. Simon (Jesse Price), Ed Nelson (Tom King), Anthony Caruso (Joe Simms), Ben Wright (Ross), Shary Marshall (Cora Prell), Edith Evanson (Nell), Hickman Hill (Hank)

When Tom King marries Cora Prell he's unaware of her past as a saloon girl. But his uncle, who desires Cora for himself, soon causes trouble for the newlyweds.



330 :09x25 - Now That April's Here

First aired: Mar/21/1964
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Elizabeth MacRae (April), Royal Dano (Bender), Hal Baylor (Grody), Glenn Strange (Sam), Vic Perrin (Argus Asher)

Festus' galpal, April, claims she witnessed a murder but no corpse of the purported victim can be found.



331 :09x26 - Caleb

First aired: Mar/28/1964
Writer: Paul Savage
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: John Dehner (Caleb Marr), Ted Jordan (Chad Follett), Glenn Strange (Sam), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), George Selk (Moss Grimmick), Anne Loos (Dorcas Marr), Dorothy Green (Julie), Vicki Cos (Betsy), Christopher Barrey (George), Dennis Robertson (Billy), Lane Bradford (Lige Follett)

Caleb Marr, who's failing at farming and unhappy in his marriage, heads into Dodge in search of adventure. He soon finds more than he bargained for.



332 :09x27 - Owney Tupper Had a Daughter

First aired: Apr/04/1964
Writer: Paul Savage
Director: Jerry Hopper
Guest star: Berkeley Harris (Mal Kimbal), Jay C. Flippen (Owney Tupper), Andrea Darvi (Amity Tupper), Noreen Corcoran (Ellen), James Seay (Jay Kimbal), Dolores Quinton (Clara Makepeace), Vernon Rich (Art Makepeace)

Owney Tupper's daughter, Amity, is taken from his custody until Owney can show that he can provide the girl with a proper home environment.



333 :09x28 - Bently

First aired: Apr/11/1964
Writer: John Kneubuhl
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Bill Erwin (Ned Wright), Jan Clayton (Clara Wright), Charles McGraw (Albert Calvin), June Dayton (Emily Calvin), Gene Lyons (Fletcher)

A man acquitted of a murder confesses on his deathbed but Chester doesn't believe the dying man's words and decides to probe into the case.



334 :09x29 - Kitty Cornered

First aired: Apr/18/1964
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: John Brahm
Guest star: Glenn Strange (Sam), Jacqueline Scott (Stella Damon), Shug Fisher (Harry Obie), Joseph Sirola (Eddie Fitch), Vicki Raaf (Fay), Betty Keeney (Aggie)

Stella Damon arrives in Dodge and asks Kitty if she can purchase the Long Branch. When Kitty refuses Stella opens up a saloon of her own and is soon getting all the business.



335 :09x30 - The Promoter

First aired: Apr/25/1964
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Anne Barton (Millie Scott), Vic Perrin (Henry Huckaby), Peggy Stewart (Daisy Huckaby), Shug Fisher (Obie), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Hank Patterson (Hank), Allen Case (Lt. Gibbons), Robert Fortier (Sgt. Clyde), Wilhelm Von Homburg (Otto Gundlach), John Newman (Johnny Towers), Don Collier (Price), Larry J. Blake (Shell), Gregg Palmer (Jake)

Tired of farming, Henry Huckaby decides to try his hand at promoting a prizefight but things don't exactly go off as planned once the bout starts.



336 :09x31 - Trip West

First aired: May/02/1964
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: H.M. Wynant (Meade Agate), Percy Helton (Arbuckle), Herbert Anderson (Elwood Hardacre), Vinton Hayworth (Professor Ramsey), Sharon Farrell (Annie Gilroy), Elizabeth Shaw (Lucille), Henry Rowland (Frank), Angela Clarke (Mrs. Crabbe)

After being told by a quack that he only has three months to live, meek bank clerk Elwood Hardacre decides to cut loose and live a little.



337 :09x32 - Scot Free

First aired: May/09/1964
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Jack Betts (Cowboy), Anne Barton (Millie Scott), Harry Bartell (Harper), Patricia Owens (Nora Brand), Jay Lanin (Rob Scott), Julie Sommars (Gert), Robert Bice (Jim), Russ McCubbin (Young Cowboy)

It's a case of awful meeting good grief when Rob Scott deserts his family and takes up with Nora Brand--who's just killed her husband and is looking for a patsy.



338 :09x33 - The Warden

First aired: May/16/1964
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Anthony Caruso (Bull Foot), George Kennedy (Stark), Ollie O'Toole (Telegrapher), Julie Parrish (Cool Dawn), Christopher Connelly (Trainey)

A pretty Native American damsel asks Festus to shield her from a crazed farmer named Stark. It seems as though Stark purchased the damsel from her father.



339 :09x34 - Homecoming

First aired: May/23/1964
Writer: Shimon Wincelberg
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Phyllis Coates (Edna Lowell), Harold Stone (Orval Bass), Jack Elam (Hector Lowell), Howard Culver (Clerk), Tom Lowell (Ethan), Émile Genest (Frisbie)

Recently paroled Orval Bass returns to Dodge to claim his property which is now controlled by his former wife and her new husband.



340 :09x35 - The Other Half

First aired: May/30/1964
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Paul Fix (Sam Bartell), Bob Gravage (Barney), Lee Kinsolving (Jess/Jay Bartell), Donna J. Anderson (Nancy Otis), Larry J. Blake (George Hoover), David S. Cass, Sr. (Minister), Patric Knowles (MacIntosh)

A romantic triangle between a pretty young damsel and twin brothers suddenly takes a tragic turn.



341 :09x36 - Journey for Three

First aired: Jun/06/1964
Writer: Frank Paris
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Michael J. Pollard (Cyrus Gifford), Ollie O'Toole (Telegrapher), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), William Arvin (Adam Gifford), Mark Goddard (Boyd Lambert), Margaret Blye (Girl)

Adam and Cyrus Gifford decide to leave their home in Jefferson City, MO and go to California but when Boyd Lambert tags along with them the Giffords get into all kinds of trouble--mostly because of Boyd.



342 :10x01 - Blue Heaven

First aired: Sep/26/1964
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Michael O'Herlihy
Guest star: Diane Ladd (Elena), Ernie Anderson (Man), Kurt Russell (Packy Kerlin), Tim O'Connor (Kip Gilman), Karl Swenson (Tabe), John McLiam (Stableman), Eddie Hice (Duster), Jan Merlin (Ed Sykes)

Kip Gilman, fleeing the law, and Packy Kerlin, a runaway, meet on the trail. They decide to enter Dodge together to arouse less suspicion. Kips looks for Elena Kerlin and finds her selling herself on Dodge City's version of Skid Row. He gets her help from Doc and after she's cleaned up, she's glad to see Packy. But Kip has problems of his own, for men have come looking to collect the reward on him...



343 :10x02 - Crooked Mile

First aired: Oct/03/1964
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: George Kennedy (Cyrus Degler), Royal Dano (Praylie), Katharine Ross (Susan Degler)

Quint Asper has been seeing Susan Deglar. Trouble is, Susan's father Cyrus doesn't like it. First Cyrus bullwhips Quint, and when that doesn't work, he calls in a relative to take care of the problem once and for all. Naturally, Matt can't let that happen.



344 :10x03 - Old Man

First aired: Oct/10/1964
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Robert Hogan (Danny Adams), Ned Glass (Old Man), Ed Peck (Joe Silva), Rayford Barnes (Harve Litton), Howard Wendell (Judge), Gilman Rankin (Waiter), Bryan O'Byrne (Clerk), Harry Bartell (Sheriff), Bob Gravage (Hangman (as Robert Gravage)), Al Schottelkotte (Bailiff), Arthur Peterson (Doctor), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

Joe Silva has a talent for making enemies, insulting people wherever he goes. So when someone slips a knife into him it comes as no surprise. But did the old man found with the bloody knife in his hand really commit the murder? The judge seems to think so; he sentences the old man to hang.



345 :10x04 - The Violators

First aired: Oct/17/1964
Writer: John Dunkel
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Douglas Kennedy (Talbot), Denver Pyle (Caleb Nash), James Anderson (George Hewitt), Michael Pate (Buffalo Calf), Amzie Strickland (Mrs. Hewitt), Garry Walberg (Willy Scroggs), Arthur Batanides (Harv Foster), Lee Phillip Bell (Mrs. Bell)

Willie Scroggs turns up dead, stabbed and scalped, but Matt's not sure Indians did it. Caleb Nash, an Indian, has been seen in town. After another man dies, Matt goes to see Buffalo Calf, a local brave, but learns frustratingly little - just enough to convince him maybe the Indians did murder the men. But eventually, Buffalo Calf and an Indian woman ride into Dodge with Matt, where they help him figure out what really happened.



346 :10x05 - Doctor's Wife

First aired: Oct/24/1964
Writer: George Eckstein
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Phyllis Love (Jennifer May), James Broderick (Dr. Wesley May), Harold Gould (Hadley Boake), Anne Barton (Mrs. Boake (as Ann Barton)), Helen Kleeb (Mrs. Gort), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Robert Biheller (Jared), Dorothy Neumann (Old Woman), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Jewel Jaffe (Martha Lou), Buck Young (Carney), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

A new doctor, Wesley May, arrives in Dodge. His wife has a foolproof (she thinks) plan for getting her husband patients. Unfortunately, her medical judgment is somewhat lacking...



347 :10x06 - Take Her, She's Cheap

First aired: Oct/31/1964
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Lauri Peters (Allie Carp), Malcolm Atterbury (Duggan Carp), Linda Watkins (Ma Carp), Willard Sage (Mel Billings), Harry Dean Stanton (Rainey Carp), Mort Mills (Loren Billings), Glenn Strange (Sam), Ray Lane (Man)

Matt has dinner at the Carp house, and Pa Carp offers his daughter to Matt as a girlfriend. But Matt isn't interested despite the girl's infatuation. Later, a man named Mel Billings shoots up Matt's office and the Long Branch, so Matt tracks him down and gets repayment. When naive Allie chances across the Billings camp and explains who she's going to see, Billings figures he'll take what he thinks the marshal owes him...



348 :10x07 - Help Me Kitty

First aired: Nov/07/1964
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Jack Elam (Specter), Betty Conner (Hope Farmer), James Frawley (Furnas), Larry J. Blake (Stagecoach Passenger (as Larry Blake)), Joe Conley (Carl), Burt Douglas (Ed), Peggy Stewart (Nettie Farmer), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

Hope Farmer, the daughter of one of Kitty's old friends, comes to Kitty for help. A man who promised he'd marry her has not, and now she's pregnant. Kitty plans to take Hope back to her mother, but en route, their stagecoach gets hijacked.



349 :10x08 - Hung High

First aired: Nov/14/1964
Writer: John Meston
Director: Mark Rydell
Guest star: Scott Marlowe (Tony Serpa), George Lindsey (Bud), Edward Asner (Sergeant Wilks), Robert Culp (Joe Costa), Elisha Cook (George), Michael Conrad (Dick Corwin), Harold Stone (Jim Downey), Clegg Hoyt (Stableman), Steven Marlo ((unknown))

Matt arrests Sergeant Wilks for drunkenness. The next morning Wilks assaults Matt, who must throw the lout out of his office. Later, Matt's friend Jim Downey visits, and Tony Serpa, who hates the law, kills him. After someone lynches Serpa, Sergeant Wilks comes looking for Matt, convinced he's the murderer!



350 :10x09 - Jonah Hutchinson

First aired: Nov/21/1964
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Richard Anderson (Samuel Hutchinson), Robert F. Simon (Jonah Hutchinson), June Dayton (Phoebe Hutchinson), Tommy Alexander (Franklin Hutchinson), Claude Johnson (Aaron Hutchinson), David Macklin (Steven Hutchinson), Roy Barcroft (Roy), William Fawcett (Dan Lefferts), Charles Seel (Joe Gorth), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Rocky Shahan (Stagecoach Driver), Jason Johnson (First Rancher), Jacques Shelton (Second Rider)

Jonah Hutchinson was the first settler in the Dodge City area. He went to prison for a long time, but now he's back. His son Sam and his three grandsons meet him. Jonah's not happy with what Sam has done while he was "away" and sets about "fixing" Sam's "mistakes." Which just gets him back in trouble...



351 :10x10 - Big Man, Big Target

First aired: Nov/28/1964
Writer: John Mantley
Director: Michael O'Herlihy
Guest star: J.D. Cannon (Pike Beechum), Harry Lauter (Leach), John McLiam (Delphes), Frank Ferguson (Enoch Miller), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Mike Road (Joe Merchant), Mariette Hartley (Ellie Merchant)

Pike Beachum, a wanted criminal, wants to be with Ellie Merchant. But Ellie's married, so Pike has to figure a way to get Joe Merchant out of the picture. He does, but in the end, Ellie's love proves very destructive.



352 :10x11 - Chicken

First aired: Dec/05/1964
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Gigi Perreau (Lucy Benton), Glenn Corbett (Dan Collins), John Lupton (Carl Benton), L.Q. Jones (Jim Brady), Lane Chandler (Wes Morgan), Dave Willock (Becker), Lane Bradford (Hal Davis), Chubby Johnson (Harve Rogers), Roy Barcroft (Roy), Michael Keep (Willis), John Pickard (Phelps), Bob Steele (Coe)

Dan Collins has a reputation for killing four outlaws. Nobody wants to go against him. Thing is, he didn't actually do it. But he likes the limelight and he likes how the reputation makes folks back down, so he doesn't tell anyone the truth. And he skates on his reputation. For awhile...



353 :10x12 - Innocence

First aired: Dec/12/1964
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Michael Forest (Bob Sullins), Claude Akins (Art McClain), Bethel Leslie (Elsa Poe), Jason Evers (Charlie Ross), Lee Krieger (Carl Beck), Ric Roman (Sims), Jacques Shelton (Joe Rogers), Don Brice (Cowboy #1)

Elsa Poe arrives in Dodge. She's there to meet her fiance Charlie Ross, but Bob Sullins and Art McClain are also interested, and they won't take "go away" for an answer. At a wedding party, someone hits Else over the head and kills Charlie. Sullins and McClain have both left Dodge, but Matt finds them and brings them back, then uses a tricky scheme to figure out who murdered Charlie.



354 :10x13 - Aunt Thede

First aired: Dec/19/1964
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Sutton Roley
Guest star: Howard McNear (Howard), Frank Cady (Webb Norton), Jeanette Nolan (Aunt Thede), Dyan Cannon (Ivy Norton), James Stacy (George Rider), Hap Glaudi (Townsman), Jenny Lee Arness (Laurie)

Festus' aunt, Thede, wants a husband. So does Ivy Norton. Thede needs to find a man and Ivy needs to lose one - her overbearing father.



355 :10x14 - Hammerhead

First aired: Dec/26/1964
Writer: Antony Ellis
Director: Christian Nyby
Guest star: John Fiedler (Fitch Tallman), Arch Johnson (Big Jim Ponder), Linda Foster (Carrie Ponder), Chubby Johnson (Wohaw Simmons), Don Briggs (Deggers), William Henry (Feeney), Pete Dunn (Squatty Reynolds (as Peter Dunn)), Ray Hemphill (Tom), Bill Catching (Stomp), Dan White (Attendant (as Daniel M. White)), Chuck Hayward (Cowhand), Hal Needham (Henchman), Tommy Richards (Gambler), Gene Redfern (Gambler)

Jim Ponder comes to town to buy horses from Fitch Tallman. Another man claims his animals are better and eventually they agree to settle the matter with a race - Jim will buy all the stock of the winner. Naturally, some folks can't leave winning to the best horse, so there's sabotage and intrigue all the way to Cheyenne and the finish line.



356 :10x15 - Double Entry

First aired: Jan/02/1965
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Joseph Sargent
Guest star: Roy Roberts (Mr.Botkin), Forrest Tucker (Brad McClain), Mel Gallagher (Yuma Joe), Nora Marlowe (Stagecoach Passenger), Lew Brown (Pete Elder), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Fred Coby (Wagoneer), Rudy Sooter (Fiddler), Cyril Delevanti (Jake Bookly), Hal Needham (Charlie)

Brad McClain, an old friend of Matt's, comes to town. He wants to buy a business, so Matt introduces him to Jake Bookly. From Jake, Brad learns enough to enact his real plan: steal gold from the mine. What Brad doesn't know is that Matt has received a notice about him and now knows he's an outlaw...



357 :10x16 - Run, Sheep, Run

First aired: Jan/09/1965
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Ted Knight (Bill Miller), Burt Brinckerhoff (Tom Stocker), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Tom Fadden (Lem Hudley), Anne Barton (Beth Miller (as Ann Barton)), Arthur Malet (Cox), George Keymas (Harry Crane), Davey Davison (Mary Stocker), Peter Whitney (Dan Braden)

Tom and Mary Stocker plan to go to California as soon as they receive the money Dan Braden owes them. But Dan hasn't got the money - he post dated his IOU by a full year! Tom tries to get his money, Dan winds up dead and people think Tom shot him.



358 :10x17 - Deputy Festus

First aired: Jan/16/1965
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Denver Pyle (Claudius), Don Beddoe (Halligan), Shug Fisher (Emery Haggen), Bill Zuckert (Mr. Jacobsen), Michel Petit (Glen), Royal Dano (Lambert Haggen), Carl Reindel (Dave Carson), Ken Mayer (Tiplett), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Harold Ensley (Waiter)

Matt jails three rowdy trappers, then must leave for Hayes City. He leaves Festus in charge. Festus learns that one of the trappers is his cousin, so he lets them go on condition they get their horses and leave Dodge City. After they've left, someone finds Dave dead in the stable; Festus must go retrieve his cousin after Mr. Halligan says he saw the trappers attack Dave...



359 :10x18 - One Killer on Ice

First aired: Jan/23/1965
Writer: Richard Carr
Director: Joseph H. Lewis
Guest star: John Drew Barrymore (Anderson), Richard Carlyle (Carl), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Eddie Hice (Frank), Dennis Hopper (Billy Kimbo), Anne Helm (Helena Dales), Philip Coolidge (Owney Dales)

Anderson comes to town. He wants Matt to help him get a killer named Sturney to town so he can collect the $5000 bounty. When they get to where Sturney is, Matt discovers the man dead - and so is Anderson's partner. Anderson just needed someone to identify the body! Then Matt discovers that maybe Sturney wasn't the one who killed Anderson's partner...



360 :10x19 - Chief Joseph

First aired: Jan/30/1965
Director: Mark Rydell
Guest star: Victor Jory (Chief Joseph), Robert Loggia (Lt. Cal Tripp), Michael Keep (Yellow Bear), Dennis Cross (Three Hand), Leonard Stone (Wiley), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Joe Maross (Charlie Britton), Willard Sage (Corly Watts)

Chief Joseph and several Nez Perce braves come to the Dodge House. The chief has pneumonia. A man named Corly Watts, whose brother died at Nez Perce hands, sees an opportunity for revenge. Matt must keep Chief Joseph safe until he can board the train for Washington and a meeting with President Grant.



361 :10x20 - Circus Trick

First aired: Feb/06/1965
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: William F. Claxton
Guest star: Roy Roberts (Mr.Botkin), Walter Burke (Hieronymus P. 'Harry' Elko), Elizabeth MacRae (April Clomley), Warren Oates (Speeler), Isabel Jewell (Mme. Ahr), Ken Scott (Big Eddie), Roy Barcroft (Roy), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Angelo Rossitto (Billy)

Elko's Varieties comes to town, a circus. Something strikes Matt as suspicious, so he sends some telegrams and gets answers: two other towns had bank robberies while the circus was there.



362 :10x21 - Song for Dying

First aired: Feb/13/1965
Writer: Harry Kronman
Director: Allen Reisner
Guest star: Lee Majors (Dave Lukens), Robert F. Simon (Will Lukens), Theodore Bikel (Martin Kellums), Roger Ewing (Ben Lukens), Russell Thorson (Mace), Sheldon Allman (Cory Lukens), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Ford Rainey (Hode Embry)

A wandering minstrel comes to town, just ahead of the Lukins clan, who aim to kill him. Matt must figure out why before he can put a stop to it.



363 :10x22 - Winner Take All

First aired: Feb/20/1965
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Tom Simcox (Curly Renner), John Milford (Pinto Renner), Margaret Blye (Karen (as Margarent Bly)), H.M. Wynant (Relko), Allen Jaffe (Gunman), Nestor Paiva (Barman), Ralph J. Rowe (Stableman)

Feuding brothers Cody and Pinto cause trouble Matt must end.



364 :10x23 - Eliab's Aim

First aired: Feb/27/1965
Writer: Will Corry
Director: Richard C. Sarafian
Guest star: James Hampton (Eliab Haggen), Don Kelly (Dealer), Gregg Palmer (Jake Craig), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Hank Patterson (Hank Miller), Larry Barton (Citizen), Dee J. Thompson (Pearl Winton)

Festus' nephew comes to Dodge City gunning for his uncle - or is he?



365 :10x24 - Thursday's Child

First aired: Mar/06/1965
Writer: Robert Lewin
Director: Joseph H. Lewis
Guest star: Scott Marlowe (Lon Blane), Jean Arthur (Julie Blane), Joe Raciti (Vardis), Roy Barcroft (Roy), Hank Patterson (Hank Miller), Suzanne Benoit (Amy Blane), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Fred Coby (Clint Marston)

Julie Blane, Kitty's friend and former employer, stops in Dodge on her way to Wicheta. She's a big hit with Doc and Kitty enjoys remembering good times, too. So both of them are surprised when she just... disappears.



366 :10x25 - Breckinridge

First aired: Mar/13/1965
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: John Warburton (Judge Danby), Elisha Cook (Jocko Beal (as Elisha Cook)), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Hank Patterson (Hank Miller), Harry Harvey (Old Man (as Harry Harvey Sr.)), Dorothy Neumann (Woman), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Jack Perkins (Bully), Ben Cooper (Breck Taylor), Robert Sorrells (Sled Grady)

Matt runs into trouble when a lawyer new to Dodge City begins questioning how he does his job.



367 :10x26 - Bank Baby

First aired: Mar/20/1965
Writer: John Meston
Director: Andrew V. McLaglen
Guest star: Roy Roberts (Mr. Botkin), Jacques Aubuchon (Bert Clum), Gail Kobe (Grace Fisher), Virginia Christine (Bess Clum), Hampton Fancher (Milton Clum), Harry Carey, Jr. (Jim Fisher), William Boyett (Harry), Cliff Ketchum (Teller)

Ne'er-do-well Bert Clum learns there are pilgrims camped near Dodge City, and tries to figure out how that can benefit him. He figures they'll be easy marks.



368 :10x27 - The Lady

First aired: Mar/27/1965
Writer: John Mantley
Director: Mark Rydell
Guest star: Michael Forest (Ray Pate), Clifton James (Sam Hare), Eileen Heckart (Hattie Silks), Walter Sande (Charlie), Hank Patterson (Hank Miller), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), R.G. Armstrong (Jud Briar), Katharine Ross (Liz Beaumont)

Hattie Silks, once rich and once of New Orleans, plans to take her niece Liz to San Francisco. But they run out of money in Dodge, so Hattie takes a job at the Long Branch. Then she falls in love and decides to settle down. But Liz has other plans...



369 :10x28 - Dry Road to Nowhere

First aired: Apr/03/1965
Writer: Harry Kronman
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Read Morgan (Pete Moreland), John Saxon (Dingo Tebbetts), James Whitmore (Amos Campbell), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Julie Sommars (Bess Campbell), L.Q. Jones (Wally)

Amos Caldwell, a preacher who advocates temperance, arrives in Dodge. That spells trouble for Miss Kitty and her Long Branch saloon. But Amos Caldwell has problems of his own to deal with...



370 :10x29 - Twenty Miles from Dodge

First aired: Apr/10/1965
Writer: Clyde Ware
Director: Mark Rydell
Guest star: Noam Pitlik (Dobbs), Stafford Repp (Otie Schaffer), Darren McGavin (Will Helmick), Everett Sloane (Mr. Follansbee), Aneta Corsaut (Eleanor Starkey), Tony Haig (Johnny Hutton), William Fawcett (Bert Fraley), Gerald S. O'Loughlin (Grant Shay), Val Avery (Dorner)

Grant Shay and his band of outlaws kidnap the passengers of a stage bound for Dodge City - one of whom is Kitty. Matt chooses to deliver the ransom personally...



371 :10x30 - The Pariah

First aired: Apr/17/1965
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: John Dehner (Paolo Scanzano), Steve Ihnat (Ben Hooker), Tom Reese (Wayne Hooker), Lee Van Cleef (John Hooker), Don Keefer (Newspaper Editor), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Donald Losby (Thomas Scanzano), Ilka Windish (Rosita Scanzano)

John Hooker visits the Scanzano range and demands food and other comforts. Because the Scanzano children collect wanted posters, they realize the man is a wanted outlaw and tell their father, who ambushes Hooker. When Hooker goes for his gun, Scanzano shoots him. And that's just the beginning of his problems...



372 :10x31 - Gilt Guilt

First aired: Apr/24/1965
Writer: Kathleen Hite
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: William Phipps (Drifter), Jan Clayton (Mary Rice), Andrew Duggan (John Crail), Peter Brooks (Sully Rice), William Boyett (Jake Worth), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Roy Barcroft (Roy)

Doc tries to help Mary Rice and her son Sully, who are fighting for their lives.



373 :10x32 - Bad Lady from Brookline

First aired: May/01/1965
Writer: Gustave Field
Director: Michael O'Herlihy
Guest star: Claude Akins (Sy Sherne), Betty Hutton (Molly McConnell), John Hubbard (LaFarge), Jonathan Kidd (Harper), Billy Bowles (Willie McConnell), Ollie O'Toole (Herb), Jan Peters (Curley), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Eddie Hice (Cowboy), Tom McCauley (Ben)

Molly McConnell arrives in Dodge City with her young son Willie, only then learning that her husband was killed in a gunfight.



374 :10x33 - Two Tall Men

First aired: May/08/1965
Writer: Frank Q. Dobbs, Bob Stewart
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: George Lindsey (Billy Yeager), Harry Townes (Abihu Howell), Jay Ripley (Ned Moore), Maurice McEndree (Newspaperman), Preston Pierce (Tommy), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Ben Cooper (Breck Taylor)

Matt has business elsewhere so he asks Doc to take $1500, reward money for an outlaw, back to Dodge City. But two men attack and rob Doc. A buffalo hunter brings a nearly dead Doc back to Dodge. When Festus captures the men, the townsfolk prepare for a lynching...



375 :10x34 - Honey Pot

First aired: May/15/1965
Writer: Clyde Ware
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: John Crawford (Hal Biggs), Rory Calhoun (Ben Stack), Dick Wessel (Sol Durham), Harry Bartell (James Riley), Harry Lauter (Gregory Bellow), Hank Patterson (Hank Miller), Roy Barcroft (Roy), Charles Maxwell (Hy Evers), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Joanna Moore (Honey Dare)

Matt's friend Ben Stack comes to Dodge, and wants to start something with saloon girl Honey Dare. Thing is, Honey already has a boyfriend. That soon puts Matt in the position of having to arrest his good friend...



376 :10x35 - The New Society

First aired: May/22/1965
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Joseph Sargent
Guest star: James Gregory (John Scanlon), Richard X. Slattery (Coor), Sandy Kenyon (Bennings), Lew Brown (Eli Wall), Ian Wolfe (Old Man Wall), Elizabeth Perry (Vera Scanlon), Dennis Cross (Aaron), Garry Walberg (Roy), Victor Izay (Depositor), Fred Coby (Sy), Jeremy Slate (Tom Scanlon), Jack Weston (Wesley), Linda James (Sue Ann)

Twelve years after the crime, an accused murderer makes a death bed statement that he did not commit the crime. Since one of their paymasters was the victim, the Army asks Matt to investigate, but he receives scant cooperation from the people of Ridge Town.



377 :10x36 - He Who Steals

First aired: May/29/1965
Writer: John Meston
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: George Lindsey (Billy), Russ Tamblyn (Billy Waters), Roger Torrey (Steve Hays), Lane Bradford (Dan O'Hare), Will J. White (Beckett), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Harold Stone (Jeff Sutro), Len Wayland (Jim Donner), Larry Ward (Sid Perce), Stanley Adams (Charlie Rath)

Jeff Sutro finds the "modernization" of the West a challenge. First he steals a calf and then shoots the owner. He's exonerated for that, but soon manages to get himself into more trouble when someone steals his horse.



378 :11x01 - Seven Hours to Dawn

First aired: Sep/18/1965
Writer: Clyde Ware
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Allen Jaffe (Jack Down), Morgan Woodward (Deeks), Charles Seel (Barney Danches), Glenn Strange (Sam), Hank Patterson (Hank), John Drew Barrymore (Mace Gore), Michael Vandever (Raider), Al Lettieri (Smitty), Jerry Douglas (Clark), Johnny Seven (Barnes)

Matt is forced to fake his death as part of his plan to rid Dodge City of a vicious outlaw gang.



379 :11x02 - The Storm

First aired: Sep/25/1965
Writer: Paul Savage
Director: Joseph Sargent
Guest star: Ruth Warrick (Clara Benteen), Forrest Tucker (Adam Benteen), Willard Sage (Cantwell), Charles Seel (Barney), Victor Izay (Bartender), Shug Fisher (Hank Cooters), Rudy Sooter (Rudy), Glenn Strange (Sam), Tim McIntire (Claude Benteen), Richard Evans (Ab Benteen), Kelly Thordsen (Mel Woodley), Mary Lou Taylor (Hope Woodley), Lincoln Demyan (Cowboy), Steve Darrell (Judge), Stuart Margolin (Sheriff)

Trying to save an innocent man from hanging, Matt hurries to Hays City with the actual killer but the man's father follows them with every intention of setting his son free.



380 :11x03 - Clayton Thaddeus Greenwood

First aired: Oct/02/1965
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Joseph Sargent
Guest star: Jack Elam (Sam Brand), Paul Fix (Clayton Greenwood), Robert Sorrells (Zachary), Allen Jaffe (Webster), Glenn Strange (Sam), William Henry (Waiter), Sherwood Price (Frank Brand)

Thad Greenwood arrives in Dodge City with an Oklahoma arrest warrant for four hooligans who shot up his hometown in the Sooner State but Matt informs him that the warrant is no good in Kansas.



381 :11x04 - Ten Little Indians

First aired: Oct/09/1965
Guest star: Nehemiah Persoff (Jack Pinto), Warren Oates (Al Tresh), Zalman King (Billy Coe), Glenn Strange (Sam), Bruce Dern (Doyle Phleger), Rafael Campos (Miguel Samando), John Marley (Ben Pringle), Stanja Lowe (Eddie Neddie), Don Ross (Lafe Cannon), Nina Roman (Nancy)

Matt learns that someone put a $25,000 bounty on his hide and nearly every gunman in the West seems to be heading to Dodge City to try and collect the money.



382 :11x05 - Taps for Old Jeb

First aired: Oct/16/1965
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: James Sheldon
Guest star: Morgan Woodward (Sholo), Don Keefer (Milty Sims), Rudy Sooter (Rudy), Glenn Strange (Sam), Ed Begley (Jeb Crater), Wayne Rogers (Stretch Morgan), Arthur Batanides (Feeter Kreb)

Prospector Jeb Crater, who has just struck it rich, hires Stretch Morgan to be his bodyguard but after throwing a celebratory party at the Long Branch Jeb is hit over the head and the gold disappears.



383 :11x06 - Kioga

First aired: Oct/23/1965
Writer: Robert Lewin
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Roy Roberts (Mr. Botkin), Howard Culver (Howie), Hank Patterson (Hank Miller), Glenn Strange (Sam), Neville Brand (Jayce McCaw), Teno Pollick (Kioga), John War Eagle (Katawa), Ken Renard (Father Kioga), John Hubbard (Storekeeper), Nina Roman (Nancy), Caitlin Wyles (Sister Kioga)

After his father is killed by a nasty assclown named Jayce McCaw, a Native American young man disguises himself as a white man and heads to Dodge in search of McCaw.



384 :11x07 - The Bounty Hunter

First aired: Oct/30/1965
Writer: Paul Savage
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Gregg Palmer (Doak), John Kowal (Rancher), Wright King (Lon Jensen), Charles Seel (Barney Danches), James Anderson (Hal), Victor Izay (Bartender), Robert Lansing (Luke Frazer), Bert Freed (Chris Thornton), Hal Lynch (Ken), Lisabeth Hush (Mal Jensen), Amber Flower (Amy Jensen), Jason Johnson (Homesteader)

When Luke Frazer's rancher boss discovers that he's wanted he doesn't turn him into the law. He offers him a piece of land and money if he'll kill another man.



385 :11x08 - The Reward

First aired: Nov/06/1965
Director: Marc Daniels
Guest star: Roy Roberts (Botkin), Berkeley Harris (Farmer), Fred J. Scollay (Clint Fisher), James Whitmore (Jim Forbes), Peter Whitney (Jason Holt), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Glenn Strange (Sam), Gilman Rankin (Hank Purvis), David Ladd (Brian Forbes), Julio Medina (Pedro), Norman Burton (Ed), Sue Collier (Girl)

Jim Forbes served three years in prison for swindling the citizens of Dodge over a gold mine. Now a free man, Forbes is determined to re-open the mine and prove that there is actually gold there.



386 :11x09 - Malachi

First aired: Nov/13/1965
Writer: William Putman
Director: Gary Nelson
Guest star: Harry Townes (Malachi Harper), Jack Elam (Del Ordman), Robert Sorrells (Cowboy), Woody Chambliss (Knowles), Rex Holman (Shobin), Hank Patterson (Hank), Glenn Strange (Sam), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Edward Andrews (Ethan Harper), Joey Wilcox (Boy)

After Matt goes out of town, scavenger Malachi Harper gets Festus, Doc, and Kitty to play along with his charade to impress his visiting brother by posing as the Marshal of Dodge City. Malachi is unaware that Del Ordman is on his way to Dodge with every intention of killing the town's marshal.



387 :11x10 - The Pretender

First aired: Nov/20/1965
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Tom Skerritt (Edmund Dano), Tom Simcox (Frank Dano), Gregg Palmer (Sheriff Jackson), Rudy Sooter (Rudy), Nehemiah Persoff (Dano), Sam Edwards (Stage Driver), Glenn Strange (Sam), Julie Sommars (Elsie Howell), Athena Lorde (Mrs. Dano), Harry Davis (Daniels), Allen Jaffe (John Neers), Ed McCready (Waiter), Rusty Lane (Will Baker)

Two brothers are released from prison after serving a six year sentence for rustling cattle and are soon involved in the theft of $20,000 from a freight office.



388 :11x11 - South Wind

First aired: Nov/27/1965
Writer: John Bartlett
Director: Allen Reisner
Guest star: Robert Random (Verlyn Print), Gregg Palmer (Blacksmith), Michael Davis (Coy Print), Pat Cardi (Homer Bonney), Bruce Dern (Judd Print), Ryan Hayes (Wade Bonney), Michael Witney (Cavalry Captain)

12 year old Homer Bonney is determined to gain revenge upon the man who killed his father on the trail for his family valuables. Doc tries to intervene in things to make sure no harm comes to Homer.



389 :11x12 - The Hostage

First aired: Dec/04/1965
Writer: Clyde Ware
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Simon Oakland (Carl Mandee), Darren McGavin (Lon Gorman), Tom Reese (Wade Keys), I. Stanford Jolley (Sheriff Foley), Charles Seel (Barney), Glenn Strange (Sam), Vito Scotti (Torreon), Willis Bouchey (Sheriff Hockley)

Festus and Thad Greenwood head out after four escaped convicts who have kidnapped Matt in order to ensure themselves safe passage to the Mexican border.



390 :11x13 - Outlaw's Woman

First aired: Dec/11/1965
Writer: Clyde Ware
Director: Mark Rydell
Guest star: Lane Bradbury (Allie Sommars), Peggy Rea (Dress Shop Owner), Lou Antonio (Harvey Kane), Ted Jordan (Hank Wheeler), Roy Barcroft (Jonas), Glenn Strange (Sam), Vincent Beck (Coley Martin), Lonny Chapman (Dove Bailey), Gene Tyburn (Eddie Sommers)

When a damsel shows up in Doc's office wanting treatment for a bullet wound in her shoulder, she says Native Americans shot her but Matt suspects she might be part of an outlaw gang.



391 :11x14 - The Avengers

First aired: Dec/18/1965
Writer: Donn Mullally
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Olan Soule (Barber), John Saxon (Cal Strom Jr.), Ed McCready (Freight Agent), Glenn Strange (Sam), James Gregory (Judge Calvin Strom), Les Brown, Jr. (Mark Strom)

An Oklahoma judge demands that Matt arrest Festus for the murder of his son and Kitty for conspiracy. When Matt refuses to do so, the judge and his two remaining sons kidnap them and put them on "trial."



392 :11x15 - Gold Mine

First aired: Dec/25/1965
Writer: Beth Keele, Scott Hunt
Director: Abner Biberman
Guest star: Paul Carr (Jud Gibbijohn), John Anderson (Pa Gibbijohn), Glenn Strange (Sam), Michael Vandever (Ed Gibbijohn), Argentina Brunetti (Louise Danby), Tom Nardini (Richard Danby), Russ Bender (Sheriff), Dort Clark (Claims Clerk), John Harmon (Hotel Clerk)

After Kitty inherits a gold mine from a deceased friend, she travels to the town of Pickaxe to register her deed to the mine only to discover that a family of assclowns has jumped her claim.



393 :11x16 - Death Watch

First aired: Jan/08/1966
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Mark Rydell
Guest star: Charles Wagenheim (Halligan), Willard Sage (Walker), Glenn Strange (Sam), Howard Culver (Hotel Clerk), Albert Salmi (Holly), Richard Evans (Austin Boyle), Frank Silvera (John Drago), Robert Foulk (Fields), Ariane Quinn (Amy Boyle), Karl Lukas (Williams), Steve Gravers (Wales), Sam Flint (Jake), Rudy Sooter (Bartender), Alfred Ryder (George Flint)

Two bounty hunters bring an injured prisoner into Dodge. They're anxious to get moving because there's a $30,000 reward on the prisoner in Mexico but Matt refuses to let them leave Dodge until the wanted man is fit to travel.



394 :11x17 - Sweet Billy, Singer of Songs

First aired: Jan/15/1966
Writer: Gustave Field
Director: Alvin Ganzer
Guest star: Slim Pickens (Pony Beal), Diane Ladd (Lulu), Robert Random (Sweet Billy Haggen), Royal Dano (Lambert Haggen), Woody Chambliss (Waiter), Shug Fisher (Emory Haggen), Glenn Strange (Sam), Brooke Bundy (Orabelle Beal), Judy Carne (Pearl), Alice Backes (Widow Folsom)

Three of Festus' relatives arrive in Dodge hoping to find a wife for his cousin, Sweet Billy. Sweet Billy's only requirement is that his bride be able to read and write.



395 :11x18 - The Raid (1)

First aired: Jan/22/1966
Writer: Clyde Ware
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Olan Soule (Barber), Richard Jaeckel (Pence Farley), Edmund Hashim (Johnny Barnes), Michael Fox (Hotel Clerk), John Kellogg (T. R. Stark), Jeremy Slate (Web Farley), John Anderson (Les McConnell), Ted Jordan (Shiloh), Percy Helton (Early), Glenn Strange (Sam), Roy Engel (Sheriff), Gregg Palmer (Bartender), Jim Davis (Clell Williams), Gary Lockwood (Jim Stark), Preston Pierce (Jeff Fraley), Michael Conrad (Cash McLean), Dee Pollock (Tom Carlyle), Tony Haig (Billy), Arthur Peterson (Banker)

The Stark gang robs the bank in Dodge City and takes Doc hostage in order to treat a wounded gang member. Matt puts together a large posse to track down the gang but its inside man sets fire to several buildings in the town.



396 :11x19 - The Raid (2)

First aired: Jan/29/1966
Writer: Clyde Ware
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Richard Jaeckel (Pence Fraley), John Kellogg (T. R. Stark), Jeremy Slate (Web Fraley), John Anderson (Les McConnell), Ted Jordan (Shiloh), Percy Helton (Early), Jim Davis (Clell Williams), William Fawcett (1st Stage Man), Phil Chambers (2nd Stage Man), Fred Coby (3rd Stage Man), Gary Lockwood (Jim Stark), Preston Pierce (Jeff Fraley), Michael Conrad (Cash McLean), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Leonard P. Geer (1st Posse Man)

Forced to leave much of his posse behind in Dodge to fight fires, Matt heads out in pursuit of the Stark gang who just robbed the bank and kidnapped Doc.



397 :11x20 - Killer at Large

First aired: Feb/05/1966
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Marc Daniels
Guest star: Cyril Delevanti (Grandpa Harris), John Pickard (Gabin), Gilman Rankin (Horsetrader), Jonathan Goldsmith (Ira), Glenn Strange (Sam), Geraldine Brooks (Esther Harris), Robert Ballew (Grange), Craig Huxley (James Harris), Tim O'Kelly (Sandy), Hardie Albright (Storekeeper), Stuart Erwin (Doc Brown), Jim Begg (Jace), Morgan Jones (Coor)

After he's forced to shoot and kill a young loudmouth, Festus makes a beeline for Nebraska because he doesn't want to put Matt in the position of having to arrest him. Once he crosses the state line, he gets involved in the squabbles between a widow and a land baron.



398 :11x21 - My Father's Guitar

First aired: Feb/12/1966
Writer: Hal Sitowitz
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Steve Ihnat (Jack), William Bramley (Jed Woodward), Dub Taylor (Sonny Starr), Glenn Strange (Sam), Beau Bridges (Jason), Charles Dierkop (Dan), Robin Blake (Mattie), Louis Massad (Cowboy)

When Jed Woodard damages a young drifter's guitar, he gets a bullet for his transgression.



399 :11x22 - Wishbone

First aired: Feb/19/1966
Writer: Paul Savage
Director: Marc Daniels
Guest star: Michael Fox (Buffalo Hunter), Victor French (Travers), Glenn Strange (Sam), Lyle Waggoner (Aikens), Lew Gallo (Spellman), Billy Beck (Tonkins), Don Happy (Stage Driver), Adair Jameson (Stage Passenger), Natalie Masters (1st Gossip), William Meader (Stage Passenger), Joan Granville (2nd Gossip)

Matt goes after three bandits who robbed a stagecoach and killed its driver and guard in the process.



400 :11x23 - Sanctuary

First aired: Feb/26/1966
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Virginia Gregg (Miss Howell), Charles Wagenheim (Halligan), Woody Chambliss (Hotel Porter), Glenn Strange (Sam), Howard Culver (Howie), Richard Bradford (Paul Wiley), Sean Garrison (Reverend Porter), Joan Blackman (Phyllis Bowman), Larry Ward (Ayers), Bill Hart (Wiley's Friend), Martin Priest (Baker), Jack Grinnage (Gorman), Marsha Blakesley (Mrs. Ayers)

Bank robber Paul Wiley takes refuge in a church and holds the minister and two female parishioners hostage.



401 :11x24 - Honor Before Justice

First aired: Mar/05/1966
Writer: Frank Q. Dobbs, Bob Stewart
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: Harry Bartell (Elias Franklin), George Keymas (Thunder Man), James Almanzar (Barking Dog), Ted Jordan (Reservation Policeman), Ralph Moody (Joseph-Walks-in-Darkness), France Nuyen (Sarah), Michael Ansara (Grey Horse), Barton MacLane (Herkimer Crawford), Richard Gilden (Little Walker), Ken Renard (Blacksmith), Noah Beery, Jr. (John Two-Bears)

At the request of his daughter, Thad tries to save a Native American from being hanged for a crime he never committed.



402 :11x25 - The Brothers

First aired: Mar/12/1966
Writer: Tom Hanley, Jr.
Director: Tay Garnett
Guest star: Scott Marlowe (Ed), Roy Roberts (Mr. Botkin), Edmund Hashim (Durgen), Eddie Firestone (Carl Wilkins), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Warren Vanders (Wat), Robert Crawford, Jr. (Billy), Kathryn Harrow (Ellen Crandall), Sailor Vincent (Peter Sommers), Tom Reese (Okie), Mark Sturges (Will Taylor), Joseph Hoover (Dave Crandall)

After a young outlaw is apprehended by Matt, he's confident that his older brother will soon arrive and set him free.



403 :11x26 - Which Doctor

First aired: Mar/19/1966
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Peter Graves
Guest star: George Lindsey (Skeeter), R.G. Armstrong (Argonaut), Gregg Palmer (Herk), Glenn Strange (Sam), Shelley Morrison (Addie), Claire Wilcox (Piney), Elisabeth Fraser (Daisy Lou)

Festus and Doc decide to take some time off to go bass fishing in Pawnee Creek but get themselves abducted by a backwoods clan that's feuding with the Haggen family.



404 :11x27 - Harvest

First aired: Mar/26/1966
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Harry Harris
Guest star: George Kennedy (Ben Payson), Ted Jordan (Leemer), Fred Coby (Marty), Karl Swenson (Ian McGovern), James MacArthur (David McGovern), Lesley Ann Warren (Betsy Payson), Alma Platt (Gran McGovern)

A group of Scottish homesteaders claim title to a parcel of land occupied by another man.



405 :11x28 - By Line

First aired: Apr/09/1966
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Allen Reisner
Guest star: Denver Pyle (Clab Chummer), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Glenn Strange (Sam), Dorothy Neumann (Customer), Stefan Arngrim (Jock), Chips Rafferty (Angus McTabbott), Maudie Prickett (Mrs. Preeker), Gertrude Flynn (Essie Benlan), Adrienne Marden (Woman), John Francis (Store Clerk), Fletcher Fist (Cowboy), Ted de Corsia (Merle Benlan)

Illiterate Festus somehow manages to get himself hired as an investigative reporter for Dodge City's new newspaper.



406 :11x29 - Treasure of John Walking Fox

First aired: Apr/16/1966
Writer: Clyde Ware
Director: Marc Daniels
Guest star: Leonard Nimoy (John Walking Fox), Ted Gehring (Holtz), Glenn Strange (Sam), Kelton Garwood (Percy Crump), Howard Culver (Howie), Jim Davis (Gainer), Richard Webb (Aaron Tigue), Lloyd Gough (Jacob Beamus), Tom McCauley (Banjo)

Three saddle tramps are convinced that a Native American knows the location of an old $100,000 coin shipment that was lost in 1850.



407 :11x30 - My Father, My Son

First aired: Apr/23/1966
Writer: Hal Sitowitz
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Jack Elam (Jim Barrett), Glenn Strange (Sam), John McLiam (Doherty), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Charles Kuenstle (Bernie Jeffords), Zalman King (Joey Jeffords), Teno Pollick (David Barrett), Lee Van Cleef (Ike Jeffords), Billy Halop (Bartender), Scott Hale (Gunsmith), Del Monroe (Will Jeffords), James Gammon (Arnie Jeffords)

Ike Jeffords and his sons saddle up and ride from Hays City to Dodge in order to settle a score with gunslinger Jim Barrett. It seems as though Barrett recently killed another of Jeffords' sons in a gunfight.



408 :11x31 - Parson Comes to Town

First aired: Apr/30/1966
Writer: Verne Jay
Director: Marc Daniels
Guest star: John McLiam (Dougherty), Kelton Garwood (Percy Crump), Glenn Strange (Sam), Howard Culver (Howie), Hank Patterson (Hank), Ted Jordan (Burke), Woody Chambliss (Lathrop), Charles Wagenheim (Halligan), Sam Wanamaker (Asa Longworth), Lonny Chapman (Sipes), Joan Granville (Mother), Kevin Burchett (Boy), Elizabeth Rogers (Hostage)

Asa Longworth, wearing the clothes of a preacher he murdered, announces that he's arrived in Dodge to watch someone die.



409 :11x32 - Prime of Life

First aired: May/07/1966
Writer: Daniel B. Ullman
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Douglas Kennedy (John Stoner), Martin West (Jack Brown), Jonathan Goldsmith (Kyle Stoner), Victor French (Joe Smith), Glenn Strange (Sam), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Joe Don Baker (Woody Stoner), Lyn Edgington (Wilma), Ted French (Barkeep), Cal Naylor (Brad), Barbara Wilkin (Woman)

Jealous Kyle Stoner spots his galpal with another man. Tragedy soon follows.



410 :12x01 - Snap Decision

First aired: Sep/17/1966
Writer: Richard Carr
Director: Mark Rydell
Guest star: Claude Akins (Marshal Clint Tucker), Sam Gilman (Gilcher), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Orville Sherman (Preacher), Michael Strong (Shaver), Michael Cole (Kipp)

Matt Dillon resigns after being forced to kill a prisoner who had saved his life.



411 :12x02 - The Goldtakers

First aired: Sep/24/1966
Writer: Clyde Ware
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: John Boyer (Warner), William Bramley (Jake Struck), Woody Chambliss (Jim Garvey), Charles Francisco (Kale), Michael Greene (Holcroft), Roy Jenson (Troy), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Martin Landau (Britton), Denver Pyle (Caleb Nash), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Charles Wagenheim (Joshua Halligan), Brad Weston (Jenkins)

After a gang rob a train carrying the Army's pay, the ride into Dodge to use the blacksmith shop in hopes of dividing a bar of gold among themselves.



412 :12x03 - The Jailer

First aired: Oct/01/1966
Writer: Hal Sitowitz
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Bette Davis (Etta Stone), Bruce Dern (Lou Stone), Robert Sorrells (Mike Stone), Zalman King (Jack Stone), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Tom Skerritt (Ben Stone), Julie Sommars (Sara Stone)

Etta Stone, the widow of a famed crime family vows revenge on Matt and Kitty, whom are held captive in her home, for the death of her husband and jailing of her sons.



413 :12x04 - The Mission

First aired: Oct/08/1966
Writer: Richard Carr
Director: Mark Rydell
Guest star: Robert F. Simon (Colonel Amos Jessup), Robert Tafur (Colonel Romero), Robert Random (Reb Jessup), Warren Oates (Lafe), Ruben Moreno (Captain), Bert Madrid (Blacksmith), Arch Johnson (Sergeant Macklin), Steve Ihnat (Ashe), Jim Davis (Jim Basset), Rafael Campos (Young Soldier), Michael Abelar (Soldier)

Matt is in Mexico to bring back a wanted murderer. Along the way a pair of drifters meet up with the Marshall and steals his identity and the extradition papers. The three men form a gang which quickly becomes a foursome when an ex-Confederate soldier joins them. The gangs murder spree leaves a surviving deputy from a small town joining Matt's side.



414 :12x05 - The Good People

First aired: Oct/15/1966
Writer: James Landis
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Allen Case (Gabe Rucker), Woody Chambliss (Woody Lathrop), Frederic Downs (Judge Evers), Shug Fisher (Silas Shute), Kelton Garwood (Percy Crump), Steve Gravers (Jed Bailey), Clyde Howdy (Henry Biggs), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), James O'Hara (Sutton), Tom Simcox (Seth Rucker), Charles Wagenheim (Joshua Halligan), Morgan Woodward (Ben Rucker)

A whiskered bounty hunter is accused of hanging a man while a well-respected rancher and his son let him take the rap for their murder.



415 :12x06 - Gunfighter, R.I.P.

First aired: Oct/22/1966
Director: Mark Rydell
Guest star: Stefan Gierasch (Mark Douglas), Darren McGavin (Joe Bascome), Michael Conrad (Paul Douglas), Allen Emerson (Burt), Don Hanmer (Barber), France Nuyen (Ching Lee), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), H.T. Tsiang (Ching Fa)

Marshall Dillon is wounded by a gunman hired to kill him, while trying to save the life of an old Chinese man.



416 :12x07 - The Wrong Man

First aired: Oct/29/1966
Writer: Clyde Ware
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Clifton James (Tenner Jackson), James Almanzar (Morell), James Anderson (Harmon), Terry Frost (Stagecoach Driver), Mel Gaines (Squeak), Victor Izay (Dutch), Charles Kuenstle (Wilton Kyle), Carroll O'Connor (Hootie Kyle), Kevin O'Neal (James Kyle), Gilman Rankin (Purvis), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

A farmer loses a loan he received from Matt and Festus, while playing poker.



417 :12x08 - The Whispering Tree

First aired: Nov/12/1966
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Edward Asner (Redmond), John Saxon (Virgil Stanley), Roy Barcroft (Roy), Lane Chandler (Guard), Fred Coby (Station Attendant), Rex Holman (Garr), Allen Jaffe (Ryan), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Donald Losby (Bryant), Steven McEveety (Boy), Kathleen O'Malley (Mother), Christopher Pate (Curtis), Jacqueline Scott (Ada Stanley), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Morgan Woodward (Earl Miller)

A farmer looks for the stolen money he buried under a tree after being released from prison following an 80 year sentence.



418 :12x09 - The Well

First aired: Nov/19/1966
Writer: Francis Cockrell
Director: Marc Daniels
Guest star: Robert Ballew (Tim Grady), Lawrence Casey (Jim Libby), Madgel Dean (Mother), Ted Gehring (Boyd), Pete Kellett (Monk), Karl Lukas (Lake), John Payne (Janie), Guy Raymond (Dr. Tobias), Elizabeth Rogers (Mrs. Davis)

Dodge City faces a drought and will soon be out of water once the public well runs dry, unless a rainmaker is successful.



419 :12x10 - Stage Stop

First aired: Nov/26/1966
Writer: Hal Sitowitz
Director: Irving J. Moore
Guest star: Andy Albin (Charley Woodson), Jack Ging (Simon Dobbs), Sid Haig (Wade Hanson), John Ireland (Jed Coombs), Steve Raines (Driver), Joseph Ruskin (Curt Hanson), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Michael Vandever (Lingo), Anne Whitfield (Lori Coombs)

Bandits cause Doc Adams to take up arms to help defend a gold shipment from their stagecoach attack and then the weigh station.



420 :12x11 - The Newcomers

First aired: Dec/03/1966
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Daniel Ades (Vasquez), Larry Aten (Joey), Charles Dierkop (Silvee), James Murdock (Pony), John Pickard (Vigilante), Robert Sorrells (Handley), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Karl Swenson (Lars Karlgren), Jon Voight (Tetter Karlgren), Ben Wright (Birger Engdahl)

Dodge City proves to be even wilder than imagined by a Scandinavian immigrant and his teenage son who just settled there.



421 :12x12 - Quaker Girl

First aired: Dec/10/1966
Writer: Preston Wood
Director: Bernard L. Kowalski
Guest star: William Shatner (Fred Bateman), Joseph Breen (George), William Bryant (Kesler), Timothy Carey (Charles 'Buster' Rilla), Ben Johnson (Vern Morland), Anna Karen (Woman #1), Nancy Marshall (Woman #2), Ed McCready (Henry), Tom Reese (Dave Westerfield), Liam Sullivan (Benjamin Ellis), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Warren Vanders (John Thenly)

A Quaker party confuse the identities of a criminal and a deputy marshal who they had rescued from a fight to the death.



422 :12x13 - The Moonstone

First aired: Dec/17/1966
Writer: Paul Savage
Director: Richard Colla
Guest star: Fred Coby (Rankin), Mike Kellin (Chad Timpson), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Warren J. Kemmerling (Del Philips), Gail Kobe (Madge), Geoffrey Palmer (Todd), Tom Skerritt (Orv Timpson)

A young farmer's hopefully forgotten past is rediscovered by his girlfriend, his mentally challenged brother and his ex-partner in crime.



423 :12x14 - Champion of the World

First aired: Dec/24/1966
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Marc Daniels
Guest star: Charles Wagenheim (Joshua Halligan), Dan Tobin (Professor), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Ralph Rose (Gopher Freely), Gale Robbins (Maude), Arthur Peterson (Drunk), Troy Melton (Zac), John McLiam (Dougherty), Pete Kellett (Mac), Don Keefer (Wally), Alan Hale, Jr. (Bull Bannock), Jane Dulo (Cora Argyle)

A retired heavyweight boxing champion, Bull Bannock, wants to make Dodge City his new home and purchase the Long Branch saloon.



424 :12x15 - The Hanging

First aired: Dec/31/1966
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Bernard L. Kowalski
Guest star: Edmund Hashim (Saline), Larry Ward (Preston), Richard Bakalyan (Teems), Henry Darrow (Oro), Byron Foulger (Ollie), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Robert Knapp (Warren), Anna Navarro (Maria Oro), Hank Patterson (Hank Miller), Kit Smythe (Ivy), Tom Stern (Billy Boles), Charles Wagenheim (Joshua Halligan), Morgan Woodward (Beaumont)

Marshal Dillon and his deputies are given the task of hanging a notorious gunman, a job they are not looking forward to.



425 :12x16 - Saturday Night

First aired: Jan/07/1967
Writer: Clyde Ware
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: James Almanzar (Houndog), Frederic Downs (Mr. Titus), Al Dunlap (Herrick), Leif Erickson (Virgil Powell), Victor French (C.K. Ross), John Garwood (Shep), Link Harget (Lucky), Clyde Howdy (Ed Underwood), Larry D. Mann (Chick), Louis Massad (Bert), Rudy Sooter (Rudy), Dub Taylor (Cook), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), William Watson (Carl Craddock)

The life of a vengeful prisoner causes Matt to keep a watchful eye.



426 :12x17 - Mad Dog

First aired: Jan/14/1967
Writer: Jay Simms
Director: Charles Rondeau
Guest star: George Lindsey (Pinto Watson), George Murdock (Jim Travers), Hoke Howell (Roan Watson), Bert Madrid (Townsman), Butch Patrick (Tom John), Denver Pyle (Doctor Henry S. Rand), Sammy Reese (Buff Watson), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Dub Taylor (Bartender), Iggie Wolfington (Mayor Wheeler)

A man offers Festus $300, believing he is a famous gunman, to fight the three sons of a man his cousin was accused of killing.



427 :12x18 - Muley

First aired: Jan/21/1967
Writer: Les Crutchfield
Director: Allen Reisner
Guest star: Lane Bradbury (Lucky), Anthony D. Call (Tell), Marc Cavell (Arky), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Ross Hagen (Kay Cee), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Zalman King (Muley), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

A young gunman has a lot going on in his life right now, such falling in love with a Long Branch saloon girl, robbing the bank and killing Marshal Dillon.



428 :12x19 - Mail Drop

First aired: Jan/28/1967
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Bing Russell (Walsh), John Anderson (Roberts), Woody Chambliss (Woody Lathrop), Ted French (Jeb), Eddie Hodges (Billy Johnson), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Steve Raines (Steve), Sarah Selby (Ma Smalley), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

A boy in search of his father, discovers he is a wanted criminal while in Dodge City.



429 :12x20 - Old Friend

First aired: Feb/04/1967
Writer: Clyde Ware
Director: Allen Reisner
Guest star: William Benedict (Gus), Lew Brown (Fred), James Chandler (Vern), Valentin de Vargas (Cheeno), Pete Dunn (Willie), Kelton Garwood (Percy Crump), Joe Haworth (Drover), Delphi Lawrence (Willa), David Renard (Boley), Carlos Rivas (Trail), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Fritz Weaver (Marshal Burl Master), Robert Williams (Charley)

An angered lawman seeks revenge against those who stole his wife and destroyed his town.



430 :12x21 - Fandango

First aired: Feb/11/1967
Writer: Don Ingalls
Director: James Landis
Guest star: Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Hank Patterson (Hank Miller), Roy Roberts (Harry Bodkin), Charles Seel (Barney Danches)

Matt's attempt to bring a man to justice is interfered with by a man who wants to instill his own style of revenge.



431 :12x22 - The Returning

First aired: Feb/18/1967
Writer: James Landis
Director: Marc Daniels
Guest star: Kenneth Mars (Clyde Hayes), Michael Ansara (Luke Todd), Roy Barcroft (Jonas), Billy Halop (Barney), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Jonathan Goldsmith (Billy Judd), Troy Melton (Barton), Lois Nettleton (Amy Todd), Roy Roberts (Harry Bodkin), Steve Sanders (Ethan Todd), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Richard Webb (Will Hayes), Johnny Whitaker (Shem Todd)

A reformed outlaw joins his old gang in hopes of robbing the Dodge City bank and end his eight years of being a debt ridden dirt farmer.



432 :12x23 - The Lure

First aired: Feb/25/1967
Writer: Clyde Ware
Director: Marc Daniels
Guest star: Martin E. Brooks (Young), Val Avery (Trent), Woody Chambliss (Swiger), Fred Coby (Driver), Kim Darby (Carrie Neely), Michael Jeffers (Bank Manager), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Stephen McNally (Dal Neely), Troy Melton (Hemmington), Paul Picerni (William McGee), John Pickard (John Vanner), Warren Vanders (Boles), Len Wayland (Station Master)

To trap an outlaw, a private detective uses the fugitives daughter and Kitty as decoys.



433 :12x24 - Noose of Gold

First aired: Mar/04/1967
Writer: Clyde Ware
Director: Irving J. Moore
Guest star: Robert Williams (Sheriff Porter), Charles Wagenheim (Joshua Halligan), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Jan Shepard (Edna Farron), Michael Preece (Harry Barnes), Barton MacLane (Willard F. Kerner), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Steve Ihnat (John Farron), Sam Gilman (Jim Gunther), Vincent Gardenia (Charles Shepherd), Harry Basch (Milt Agnew), Jack Bailey (Ben Leary)

An assistant attorney general with political aspirations uses his long-time friendship with Matt to help achieve his goal.



434 :12x25 - The Favor

First aired: Mar/11/1967
Writer: Don Ingalls
Director: Marc Daniels
Guest star: Diane Ladd (Bonnie Mae Haley), Fred J. Scollay (Morgan Haley), Lew Gallo (Kelly Bates), James Daly (John Crowley), William Bramley (Adam Haley), Troy Melton (Stagecoach Driver), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Shirley Wilson (Townswoman)

Kitty's dedication to Matt Dillon and her commitment for the law is tested when a wanted man saves her life.



435 :12x26 - Mistaken Identity

First aired: Mar/18/1967
Writer: Les Crutchfield, Paul Savage
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Sam Melville (Dunsters), Ken Mayer (Timmons), Hal Lynch (Mel Gates), Albert Salmi (Ed Carstairs), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

The identity of a man killed by the bite of a rattlesnake is assumed by a fugitive.



436 :12x27 - Ladies from St. Louis

First aired: Mar/25/1967
Writer: Clyde Ware
Director: Irving J. Moore
Guest star: Vic Tayback (Ike Gaines), Aneta Corsaut (Sister Ruth), Venita Wolf (Sister Margaret), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Ralph Roberts (Williams), Lois Roberts (Sister Louise), Kelly Jean Peters (Sister John), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Josephine Hutchinson (Sister Ellen), Henry Darrow (Segurra), John Carter (Doyle), Lew Brown (Outlaw), Claude Akins (Worth Sweeney)

When an outlaw is wounded by the members of his gang while defending a group of Nun's headed out West, the sisters tend to his wounds.



437 :12x28 - Nitro! (1)

First aired: Apr/08/1967
Writer: Preston Wood
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Bonnie Beecher (Anne Gilcrist), John Breen (Waiter), David Canary (George McClaney), Eddie Firestone (Red Bailey), Pete Kellett (Cowboy), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Gene O'Donnell (Express Manager), Carl Pitti (Gambler), Tom Reese (Ben Stearman), Robert Rothwell (Joe Keller), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Dub Taylor (Byron Pfeiffer Farnum)

A drifter down on his luck is given a chance to turn around his fortune by mixing a batch of nitroglycerin for a band of thieves intending to rob a bank. He also has fallen for a saloon gal at the Long Branch and plans to open his own business with his new found fortune.



438 :12x29 - Nitro! (2)

First aired: Apr/15/1967
Writer: Preston Wood
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Bonnie Beecher (Anne Gilcrist), David Canary (George McClaney), Eddie Firestone (Red Bailey), Scott Hale (Dying Man), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Tom Reese (Ben Stearman), Robert Rothwell (Joe Keller), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Dub Taylor (Byron Pfeiffer Farnum)

George has had enough of creating nitroglycerin for the outlaws, but they have objections to his idea.



439 :13x01 - The Wreckers

First aired: Sep/11/1967
Writer: Hal Sitowitz
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Edmund Hashim (Monk Wiley), James Almanzar (Indio), Trevor Bardette (Clete Walker), Jerry Brown (Shotgun Rider), Lew Brown (Ben Paisley), Bobby Clark (Stage Attendant), Bob Duggan (Man), Joe Haworth (Townsman), Rex Holman (Frankie), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Charles Kuenstle (Luke Crocker), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Warren Oates (Tate Crocker), Gene Rutherford (Jud), Charles Seel (Eli), Warren Vanders (Reb), Charles Wagenheim (Joshua Halligan), Hank Wise (Townsman), Joe Yrigoyen (Stagecoach Driver)

Kitty helps Matt Dillon switch his identity after they are kidnapped by outlaws, as a means to get free.



440 :13x02 - Cattle Barons

First aired: Sep/18/1967
Writer: Clyde Ware
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: Brad Johnson (Laskin), Lew Brown (Frank Holtz), Woody Chambliss (Woody Lathrop), Fred Coby (Tooley), Mike Howden (Drover), Clyde Howdy (Cowboy), Stephen Liss (Boy), John Milford (Blair Smith), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Robert Sampson (McKenny), Forrest Tucker (John Charron), Charles Wagenheim (Joshua Halligan), Robert J. Wilke (Luke Cumberledge)

A cattle lords feud for supremacy in Dodge City has Marshal Dillon caught in the middle of the struggle.



441 :13x03 - The Prodigal

First aired: Sep/25/1967
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Lee Krieger (Eli), Lew Ayres (Jonathan Cole), Richard Evans (William Cole), Ted Gehring (Lemuel), Lamont Johnson (Stoner), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Charles Knox Robinson (Amos Cole), Kelly Thordsen (Regal), Charles Wagenheim (Joshua Halligan)

12 years after a man was killed at the Long Branch saloon, the dead man's sons return for revenge against his murderer.



442 :13x04 - Vengeance (1)

First aired: Oct/02/1967
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Richard C. Sarafian
Guest star: James Anderson (Hiller), Royal Dano (Rory Luken), Kim Darby (Angel), Paul Fix (Sheriff Sloan), Victor French (Eben Luken), John Ireland (Parker), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Sandy Kevin (Floyd Binnes), Rudy Sooter (Rudy), James Stacy (Bob Johnson), Buck Taylor (Leonard Parker), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Morgan Woodward (Zack Johnson)

Three drifters are trampled on purpose when a wealthy rancher accuses them of the theft of a calf from his ranch.



443 :13x05 - Vengeance (2)

First aired: Oct/09/1967
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Richard C. Sarafian
Guest star: James Anderson (Hiller), Royal Dano (Rory Luken), Kim Darby (Angel), Paul Fix (Sheriff Sloan), Victor French (Eben Luken), John Ireland (Parker), James Stacy (Bob Johnson), Buck Taylor (Leonard Parker), Morgan Woodward (Zack Johnson)

A drifter, Bob Johnson, is in danger when he returns to the ranch where his friends were killed by a wealthy rancher.



444 :13x06 - A Hat

First aired: Oct/16/1967
Writer: Ron Bishop
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Lee De Broux (Cowpuncher), Bill Erwin (Townsman), Gene Evans (Clint Sorils), Scott Hale (Clem), Don Happy (Storekeeper), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Ed McCready (Villager), Gene O'Donnell (Waiter), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Hank Patterson (Hank Miller), Tom Simcox (Jed Conniston / Ben Conniston), Robert Sorrells (Louieville), Chill Wills (Red Conniston), Shirley Wilson (Wife), H.M. Wynant (Martin Brewer)

A deadly dispute over the ownership of a hat between a cattle baron and a frontier legend has Matt caught in the middle of the fight.



445 :13x07 - Hard Luck Henry

First aired: Oct/23/1967
Writer: Warren Douglas
Director: John Rich
Guest star: John Astin (Hard-Luck Henry Haggen), Royal Dano (Jefferson Dooley), Ken Drake (Sheriff), Michael Fox (Jed Walsh), Mary Lou Taylor (Martha Walsh), Bobby Riha (Charlie Walsh), Glenn Strange (Sam (Sam Noonan)), Ted Jordan (Burke (Nathan Burke)), Anthony James (Reb Dooley), Jon Shank (Truly Dooley (as John Shank)), Charles Kuenstle (Homer (Homer Haggen)), Bo Hopkins (Harper (Harper Haggen)), Mayf Nutter (Heathcliff (Heathcliff Haggen))

Being known as the smartest member of the Haggen clan is no big honor when Festus' cousin, known as Hard-Luck Haggen, come seeking his advice.



446 :13x08 - Major Glory

First aired: Oct/30/1967
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Larry D. Mann (Lanny), Victor French (Sergeant Tim Spear), Robert F. Lyons (Private Maxwell), Carroll O'Connor (Major Glenn Vanscoy), Don Ross (Cobb), Russ Siler (Guard), Chris Stephens (Corporal of the Guard), William Sumper (Soldier), Link Wyler (Private Doak)

Festus is framed for the murder of an Army sergeant by a pair of captured deserters.



447 :13x09 - The Pillagers

First aired: Nov/06/1967
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: William Bramley (Turner), Harry Harvey (Eli), Allen Jaffe (Johns), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Paul Picerni (Ganns), John Saxon (Pedro Manez), Joe Schneider (Juan Manez), Vito Scotti (Savrin)

While returning on a stagecoach to Dodge City from back East, Kitty and a young gunsmith are taken prisoner by outlaws.



448 :13x10 - Prairie Wolfer

First aired: Nov/13/1967
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Robert Butler
Guest star: Lou Antonio (Rich), Matt Emery (Trail Boss), I. Stanford Jolley (Grandpa), Charles McGraw (Dolen), Kelly Jean Peters (Adele), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Jon Voight (Cory)

Two hunters want their revenge on Festus after he is left in charge of the Marshal's office while Matt is away.



449 :13x11 - Stranger in Town

First aired: Nov/20/1967
Director: E. Darrell Hallenbeck
Guest star: Eric Shea (Billy Madison), R.G. Armstrong (Carl C. Anderson), Jerry Catron (Victim), Billy Halop (Bartender), Henry Jones (Harvey Cagle), John Kowal (Shamrock Casey), Kerry MacLane (Spud), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Pernell Roberts (Dave Reeves), Jacqueline Scott (Anne Madison), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

A Dodge City businessman is the target for murder when he starts dating the former wife of a professional gunfighter.



450 :13x12 - Death Train

First aired: Nov/27/1967
Writer: Ken Trevey
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: Norman Alden (Purlie Loftus), Ed Bakey (Reverend Bright), Trevor Bardette (Conductor), Zalman King (Willie Groom), Sam Melville (Zack Hodges), Mort Mills (Jack Maple), Morgan Woodward (Harl Townsend), Dana Wynter (Isabel Townsend)

A case of "spotted fever" in the private coach of a train has Dodge City fearing the spread of a plague.



451 :13x13 - Rope Fever

First aired: Dec/04/1967
Writer: Chris Rellas
Director: David Alexander
Guest star: George Murdock (Deputy Bret Gruber), Hal Baylor (Luke Summers), Ralph Bellamy (Sheriff Dan Bassett), Dennis Cross (Zeb Butler), Gertrude Flynn (Townswoman), Ted Gehring (Keno), Sam Gilman (Bates), Anna Lee (Amy Bassett), Ken Mayer (Shad), Hank Patterson (Hank Miller), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

Festus is accused of being the partner of a criminal when he tends to the wounded bank robber.



452 :13x14 - Wonder

First aired: Dec/18/1967
Director: Irving J. Moore
Guest star: Norman Alden (Deke Franklin), Warren Berlinger (Ed Franklin), Tony Davis (Wonder), Richard Mulligan (Jud Pryor), Jackie Russell (Annie Franklin), Fay Spain (Willy), Ken Swofford (Bo Warrick)

The brothers of a young woman want to get rid of a drifter she has been dating, in fear they will lose her as their servant.



453 :13x15 - Baker's Dozen

First aired: Dec/25/1967
Writer: Charles Joseph Stone
Director: Irving J. Moore
Guest star: Harry Carey, Jr. (Will Roniger), Phyllis Coghlan (Old Lady), Dana Dillaway (Mary Roniger), Sam Greene (Robber), Gary Grimes (Bede Roniger), Mitzi Hoag (Clara Remick), Harry Lauter (Henry Rucker), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Tyler MacDuff (Bailiff), Ed McCready (Fred Remick), Billy Murphy (Monk, Stagecoach Driver), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Denver Pyle (Judge Blent), Peggy Rea (Mrs. Roniger), Keith Schultz (Timothy Roniger), Charles Wagenheim (Joshua Halligan)

Doc Adams pledges to do all he can to make sure a pair of newborn twins do not end up in an orphanage.



454 :13x16 - The Victim

First aired: Jan/01/1968
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Edmund Hashim (Brock), Willis Bouchey (Jim Stark), Beverly Garland (Lee Stark), James Gregory (Wes Martin), Kevin Hagen (Judge Josh Pike), Roy Jenson (Crow), John Kellogg (Sheriff Joe Wood), Tim O'Kelly (Billy Martin), Cliff Osmond (Bo Remick), Gregg Palmer (Deputy Reed), Warren Vanders (Lefty)

When a popular cowhand is accidentally killed by a lovestruck laborer, he finds himself facing a lynch mob.



455 :13x17 - Deadman's Law

First aired: Jan/08/1968
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: John Rich
Guest star: Ralph Manza (Marco), Baynes Barron (Newt), Robert Brubaker (Head Wrangler), Woody Chambliss (Woody Lathrop), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Hank Patterson (Hank Miller), Craig Curtis (Sonny), John Dehner (Sam Wall), Kelton Garwood (Percy Crump), Gunner Hellström (Eriksson), Eddie Little Sky (The Indian), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Gregg Palmer (Fry), Steve Raines (Trail Boss), Alex Sharp (Rustler)

When Marshal Dillon is assumed dead, a corrupt group makes plans of taking over the job of law enforcement.



456 :13x18 - Nowhere to Run

First aired: Jan/15/1968
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Mark Lenard (Ira Stonecipher), Tom Brown (Ed O'Connor), Michael Burns (Dale Stonecipher), Woody Chambliss (Woody Lathrop), Dan Ferrone (Honker), Harry Harvey (Storekeeper), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), J. Robert Porter (Mark Stonecipher), Robert Random (Bishop), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Charles Wagenheim (Joshua Halligan), William Tannen (John Hirschbeck), Ilka Windish (Vera Stonecipher)

A teenage burglar is left for dead by his partners in crime because of his part in a murder.



457 :13x19 - Blood Money

First aired: Jan/22/1968
Writer: Hal Sitowitz
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Mills Watson (Brent), Nehemiah Persoff (Alex Skouras), Anthony Zerbe (Nick Skouras), Donna Baccala (Elenya Skouras), James Anderson (Jesse Hill), Hank Brandt (Hank), Kelton Garwood (Percy Crump), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Michelle Breeze (Saloon Girl)

A young gunfighter's father attempts to end his career by wounding his shooting hand.



458 :13x20 - Hill Girl

First aired: Jan/29/1968
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Lane Bradbury (Merry Florene), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Victor French (Roland Daniel), Dabbs Greer (Wilbur Jonas), Anthony James (Elbert Moses), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke)

A hillbilly female is in trouble with the law after her bullying brothers set her up for a fall.



459 :13x21 - The Gunrunners (Buffalo Man)

First aired: Feb/05/1968
Writer: Hal Sitowitz
Director: Irving J. Moore
Guest star: Lane Bradford (Reese), X Brands (Singleton), Michael Constantine (Noah Meek), Jim Davis (Jubal Gray), Dan Ferrone (Tahrohon), James Griffith (Wade Lester), John McLiam (Bender), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Dick Peabody (Patch)

A fur trapper sets out to find the five Army deserters who are the assailants of his adopted Indian son, who was beaten and left to die.



460 :13x22 - The Jackals

First aired: Feb/12/1968
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Alvin Ganzer
Guest star: Rico Alaniz (Young Padre), Tige Andrews (Santillo), Carmen Austin (Mexican Girl), Ellen Davalos (Wife), Joe De Santis (Sheriff Mark Handlin), Martin Garralaga (Older Padre), Alex Montoya (First Bandito), Jorge Moreno (Perino), Ruben Moreno (Second Bandito), Felice Orlandi (Emilio), David Renard (Policeman), Paul Richards (Mel Deevers), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Michael Vandever (Poorly), Olga Velez (Juanita)

When Marshal Dillon's best friend, a retiring sheriff, is murdered, Matt sets out to Mexico to hunt down the four fugitives.



461 :13x23 - The First People

First aired: Feb/19/1968
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: James Almanzar (Mako), Todd Armstrong (John Eagle Wing), Jack Elam (William Prange), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Bill Erwin (Captain), Gene Evans (Thomas Evans), Richard Hale (White Buffalo), Eddie Little Sky (Indian Policeman), James Lydon (Baines)

Matt ends up arrested for murder after an Indian agent's stern restrictions causes a death on the reservation.



462 :13x24 - Mr. Sam'l

First aired: Feb/26/1968
Writer: Harry Kronman
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: Ed Begley (Mr. Sam'l), Tom Brown (Ed O'Connor), Woody Chambliss (Woody Lathrop), Duke Hobbie (Dave Akins), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Larry Pennell (Ben Akins), Peter Mark Richman (Norm Trailer), Sandra Smith (Marcie Bassett)

The town of Dodge is skeptical of an old man who claims to be a water witch, and claims he can end the recent drought.



463 :13x25 - A Noose for Dobie Price

First aired: Mar/04/1968
Writer: Antony Ellis
Director: Richard C. Sarafian
Guest star: Robert Donner (Gil Boylan), Sheldon Allman (Skeets Walden), E.J. Andre (Joe Katcher), Owen Bush (Jackson Narramore), Shug Fisher (Dobie Price), Michael Greene (Corny Tate), Bob Herron (Jabez), Rose Hobart (Melanie Katcher), John Hudkins (Mick Smith), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Raymond Mayo (Harry Walden), Hank Patterson (Hank Miller), Chill Wills (Elihu Gorman)

Matt accepts the promise of an ex-outlaw who claims he will track down his old gang and bring them out of hiding.



464 :14x01 - Lyle's Kid

First aired: Sep/23/1968
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Mills Watson (Drover), Joe De Santis (Hoxy), I. Stanford Jolley (Stage depot attendant), Ken Mayer (Tuttle), Sam Melville (Jack Garvin), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Lew Palter (Hillman), Robert Pine (Jeffrey Lyle), Charlotte Stewart (Iris Wesley), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Morgan Woodward (Grant Lyle)

A boy is made into a gunfighter to exact revenge for the wrong done to his father years earlier.



465 :14x02 - The Hide Cutters

First aired: Sep/30/1968
Writer: Jack Turley
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Michael Burns (Arlie Joe), Joseph Campanella (Amos McKee), Conlan Carter (Bodiddly), Eddie Firestone (Weevil), Mike Howden (Lawson), Cliff Osmond (Chunk), Gregg Palmer (Clete Davis), Steve Raines (Lawson), Ken Swofford (Sugar John)

Matt accompanies a trail drive to keep the peace between hide cutters and drovers.



466 :14x03 - Zavala

First aired: Oct/07/1968
Writer: Paul Savage
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Larry D. Mann (Bakman), Rico Alaniz (Blacksmith), Jose Chavez (Gurato), Miriam Colon (Amelita Avila), Jim Davis (Ben Rawlins), Nacho Galindo (Rojas), Elizabeth Germaine (Dorita), Rex Holman (Smitty), Jonathan Goldsmith (Alex Rawlins), Manuel Padilla, Jr. (Paco Avila), David Renard (Mexican Policeman), Robert Sorrells (Oakes), Warren Vanders (Densen)

Marshal Dillon is seen as a hero by a 13 year old boy in Mexico, who feels Matt can free his village of the banditos.



467 :14x04 - Uncle Finney

First aired: Oct/14/1968
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Roy Roberts (Mr. Botkin), Margaret Bacon (Woman in Bank), Lane Bradbury (Merry Florene), John Dolan (Frank), Victor French (Roland Daniel), Anthony James (Elbert Moses), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Pete Kellett (Joe), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Burt Mustin (Uncle Finney), Steve Raines (Wagon Driver)

Festus stops a pair of bumbling hillbilly brothers from committing a robbery that ends in a comedy of errors.



468 :14x05 - Slocum

First aired: Oct/21/1968
Writer: Ron Bishop
Director: Leo Penn
Guest star: Mills Watson (Peter Riker), Lew Brown (First Cowboy), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Bill Erwin (Judge), Will Geer (Ben C. Slocum), Ross Hagen (Luke Riker), Charles Kuenstle (Second Cowboy), Lee J. Lambert (Paul Riker), Steve Sandor (John Riker), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Dub Taylor (Noah Riker), James Wainwright (Mark Riker)

The vengeful father of a crooked gambler sets out to kill Marshal Dillon for the death of his son.



469 :14x06 - O'Quillian

First aired: Oct/28/1968
Writer: Ron Bishop
Director: John Rich
Guest star: Iron Eyes Cody (Indian), Ken Drake (Parker), Victor French (Clay Tynan), Anthony James (Chickenfoot), John McLiam (Leary O'Quillian), Steve Raines (Briggs), Peggy Rea (Rosey), Vaughn Taylor (Judge Fletcher Anderson)

Dissension and disaster hits Dodge City when a small, ornery Irishman passes through.



470 :14x07 - 9:12 to Dodge

First aired: Nov/11/1968
Writer: Preston Wood
Director: Marvin Chomsky
Guest star: Todd Armstrong (Johnny August), Bobby Clark (Barstow), Fred Coby (Mokey), Lee De Broux (Tim), Robert Emhardt (Ben, Train Conductor), Harry Harvey (Train Dispatcher), Johnny Haymer (Ned Stallcup), Pete Kellett (Joe), Harry Lauter (Sergeant Michael Drennen), Joanne Linville (Elizabeth Devon), Ed Long (Karns), Frank Marth (Leitner), Troy Melton (Miles), Billy Murphy (Hugh), Dan Terranova (Devlin)

A train trip back to Dodge to deliver home an escaped convict finds Marshal Dillon and Doc Addams bothered by a meddling woman.



471 :14x08 - Abelia

First aired: Nov/18/1968
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Jack Chaplain (Deeter Ward), Mike Durkin (Jonathan), Susan Olsen (Marieanne), Jack Lambert (Gar), Gregg Palmer (Wales), Jacqueline Scott (Abelia), Jeremy Slate (Judd Ward), Tom Stern (Tom Cole)

A gang of outlaws hold Festus, a young widow and her two children hostage.



472 :14x09 - Railroad!

First aired: Nov/25/1968
Writer: Arthur Rowe
Director: Marvin Chomsky
Guest star: Ramon Bieri (Forbes), Jim Davis (Wes Cameron), Shug Fisher (Jim Graham), Don Hanmer (Lindsey), Buck Holland (O'Shay), Roy Jenson (Larnen), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), James McCallion (Amos Billings), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Charles Wagenheim (Joshua Halligan)

A railroad company's plan to link Omaha and Dodge City, hits a snag when Marshal Dillon intervenes to stop them from forcing Jim Graham off his land.



473 :14x10 - The Miracle Man

First aired: Dec/02/1968
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Christopher Knight (Boy), John Crawford (Drunk), William Bramley (Miller), Don Chastain (Bob Sullivan), Kevin Cooper (Jacob Wright), Margie De Meyer (Prudence), Lisa Gerritsen (Nettie Wright), Sandra Smith (Lorna Wright), Joey Walsh (Gerard Miller), Bruce Watson (Howard Miller)

A farm widow provides sanctuary for a slick-talking salesman from three dissatisfied customers.



474 :14x11 - Waco

First aired: Dec/09/1968
Writer: Ron Bishop
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Mills Watson (Hood), Harry Carey, Jr. (Nathan Cade), Lee De Broux (Fuller), Joy Fielding (Ann Cade), Victor French (Waco Thompson), Louise Latham (Polly Cade), Larry D. Mann (Gamble), Lisa Marshall (Lillie), Tom Reese (Slick Ragan), Pat Thompson (One Moon)

Marshal Dillon is pursued by the gang of his prisoner who try and help him escape during their long ride back to Dodge City.



475 :14x12 - Lobo

First aired: Dec/16/1968
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Sheldon Allman (Badger), David Brian (Branch Nelson), Fred Coby (Wes Flood), Eddie Firestone (Riney), Sandy Kenyon (Catlin), Billy Murphy (Ethen), Ken Swofford (Guffy), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Morgan Woodward (Luke Brazo)

When an old friend of Matt becomes obsessed by a bounty hunter's killing of a renegade wolf, he himself becomes a murderer in which the Marshal is forced to kill.



476 :14x13 - Johnny Cross

First aired: Dec/23/1968
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Herschel Daugherty
Guest star: John Crawford (Yates), Shug Fisher (Franks), Kelly Jean Peters (Vera Cross), Jeff Pomerantz (Johnny Cross), Harry Dean Stanton (Hodge), Charles P. Thompson (Mr. Cross)

Deputy Newly O'Brien apprehends a wanted man who was nearly caught by bounty hunters, and proves his innocence.



477 :14x14 - The Money Store

First aired: Dec/30/1968
Writer: William Blinn
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Eric Shea (Mike Jarvis), Charles Aidman (Ray Jarvis), Pamelyn Ferdin (Annie Jarvis), Roy Roberts (Harry Bodkin), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), William Schallert (Ezra Thorpe), Virginia Vincent (Louise Thorpe)

A man is accused of robbing the Dodge bank so he could feed his children.



478 :14x15 - The Twisted Heritage

First aired: Jan/06/1968
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Joshua Bryant (Young), Conlan Carter (Logan Dagget), John Ericson (Blaine Copperton), Lisa Gerritsen (Tracey Copperton), Virginia Gregg (Jessie Copperton), Robert Karnes (Stagecoach Driver #2), Charles Kuenstle (Elan Dagget), Robert Luster (Cookie), Nora Marlowe (Ma Dagget), David McLean (Webb), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Richard O'Brien (Simpson), Steve Raines (Stagecoach Driver #1)

Kitty becomes deeply involved in the life of a fellow stagecoach traveler after saving his life.



479 :14x16 - Time of the Jackals

First aired: Jan/13/1969
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Edmund Hashim (Tim Jackson), Leslie Nielsen (Jess Trevor), Beverly Garland (Leona), Sid Haig (Cawkins), Robert Knapp (Dan Foley), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Jonathan Goldsmith (Lucas Brant), Charles Maxwell (Del Rainey), Art Stewart (Trail Hand), Kipp Whitman (Daggett)

Kitty's jealousness of Matt and a criminal's girlfriend complicates the recapture of the escaped killer.



480 :14x17 - Mannon

First aired: Jan/20/1969
Writer: Ron Bishop
Director: Robert Butler
Guest star: Woody Chambliss (Woody Lathrop), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Michelle Breeze (Chris), Tom Brown (Ed O'Connor), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Fred Dale (Townsman), Steve Forrest (Mannon), Charles Seel (Barney Danches), Charles Wagenheim (Joshua Halligan)

While Matt is out of town, Dodge City is terrorized by a ruthless gunman known as Mannon, who has shot Festus, stole his mule and left him to die.



481 :14x18 - Gold Town

First aired: Jan/27/1969
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: Eve Plumb (Sue), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Lou Antonio (Smiley), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Jimmy Bracken (John), Lane Bradbury (Merry Florene), Harry Davis (Shorty), Anthony James (Elbert Moses), Chubby Johnson (Oldtimer), Pete Kellett (First Spectator), Kathryn Minner (Grandma), Jackie Searl (Hale), Paul Wexler (Stone)

A pair of hillbillies are trying to sell worthless mining claims to the townspeople of Dodge City.



482 :14x19 - The Mark of Cain

First aired: Feb/03/1969
Writer: Ron Bishop
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Olan Soule (Waiter), Roy Barcroft (Roy), Woody Chambliss (Woody Lathrop), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Stanley Clements (McInnerny), Kevin Coughlin (Tom Driscoll), Robert DoQui (Sadler), Louise Latham (Louise Driscoll), Nehemiah Persoff (Tim Driscoll), Robert Totten (John J. Corley)

A once notoriously cruel commandant of a Civil War prison camp may now be hiding as a well respected rancher.



483 :14x20 - Reprisal

First aired: Feb/10/1969
Writer: Jack Hawn
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Woody Chambliss (Woody Lathrop), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Eunice Christopher (Sara Butler), Dennis Cross (Jinks), I. Stanford Jolley (Jeb), Jack Lambert (Garth), John Pickard (Forbes), Charles Wagenheim (Joshua Halligan)

A patient may put Doc Adams' life in danger after witnessing a murder he was involved in.



484 :14x21 - The Long Night

First aired: Feb/17/1969
Director: John Rich
Guest star: Vic Tayback (Rawlins), Russell Johnson (Diggs), Lou Antonio (Mace), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Robert Brubaker (Henry Wade), Bruce Dern (Guerin), Matt Emery (Keever), Rex Holman (Broker), Susan Silo (Rita Lane), Robert Totten (Ben Miller)

Doc Adams, Kitty, Sam and Louie are held captive in the Long Branch saloon by three bounty hunters, and are offered as an exchange for a prisoner from the jail they were coming after.



485 :14x22 - The Night Riders

First aired: Feb/24/1969
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Irving J. Moore
Guest star: Norman Alden (Berber), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Ed Bakey (Farmer), Jeff Corey (Judge Procter), Scott Hale (Bernaby), Robert Karnes (Ross), Robert Pine (Eliot Procter), Robert Random (Jay Procter), Warren Vanders (Williams)

Dodge City is invaded by revengeful night riders from Missouri who challenge Deputy Festus Haggen's authority.



486 :14x23 - The Intruder

First aired: Mar/03/1969
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Eric Shea (Timmy Decker), Charles Aidman (Riley Sharp), Bob Gravage (Ennis), Ralph James (Hall), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), John Kellogg (Henry Decker), Gail Kobe (Ellie Decker)

The owner of a farmhouse attempts to steal the money from a bank robbery after giving Festus and the wounded thief a place to stay.



487 :14x24 - The Good Samaritans

First aired: Mar/10/1969
Writer: Paul Savage
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: John Brandon (Timmons), Pepe Brown (Heck), Robert DoQui (Benji), Dan Ferrone (Jeb), Alycia Gardner (Willa), Lynn Hamilton (Reba), Rex Ingram (Juba), L.Q. Jones (Kittridge), Hazel Medina (Erlene), Sam Melville (Croyden), Paulene Myers (Mama Olabelle), Brock Peters (Cato), Davis Roberts (Ike)

While Marshal Dillon is wounded, a pair of desperadoes bribe an former slave to steal an important document he is carrying.



488 :14x25 - The Prisoner

First aired: Mar/17/1969
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Leo Penn
Guest star: Ramon Bieri (Jarvis), Tom Brown (Ed O'Connor), Paul Bryar (Sheriff), David Fresco (Barber), Ned Glass (Pink Simmons), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Jan Peters (Cardplayer), Kenneth Tobey (Bob Mathison), Jon Voight (Steven Downing)

When Kitty is left in charge of a wanted murderer, she refuses to hand him over to an out-of-town sheriff, believing he is innocent of the crime.



489 :14x26 - Exodus 21.22

First aired: Mar/24/1969
Writer: Arthur Rowe
Director: Herschel Daugherty
Guest star: Lane Bradford (Bradford), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), William Bramley (Cane), Brandon Carroll (Lloyd), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Kaz Garas (Keith), Sarah Hardy (Farm Girl), Steve Ihnat (Frank Reardon)

An old friend of Matt comes to Dodge City to exact his revenge on the murderer of his wife.



490 :15x01 - The Devil's Outpost

First aired: Sep/22/1969
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Robert Lansing (Yancy Tyce), Jonathan Goldsmith (Cody Tyce), Karl Swenson (McGruder), Sheila Larken (Abby Tilman), Ken Swofford (Loomis), Warren Vanders (Bo Harper), Valentin de Vargas (Pacos), Charles Kuenstle (Kelly), I. Stanford Jolley (Tilman), Sabrina Scharf (Lora)

The famous gunslinger and gang of a young stagecoach robber want marshal Dillon dead after he makes his arrest of his brother.



491 :15x02 - Stryker

First aired: Sep/29/1969
Writer: Herman Groves
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Andy Devine (Jed Whitlow), Mills Watson (Reager), Don Happy (Cowboy No. 1), Ted French (Dish), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Walter Sande (Cal Hoskins), Royal Dano (Jessup), Joan Van Ark (Sarah Jean Stryker), Morgan Woodward (Josh Stryker)

Marshal Dillon is a marked man when former Dodge City Marshal, Josh Stryker, returns from a 15 year prison sentence.



492 :15x03 - Coreyville

First aired: Oct/06/1969
Writer: Herman Groves
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Nina Foch (Agatha Corey), Charles Fredericks (Clel Wilson), Bill Erwin (Juror), Ruth Roman (Flo Watson), James Almanzar (Rankin), John Schuck (Amos Blake), Jo Ann Harris (Ellie Wylie), Bruce Glover (Titus Wylie), Tom Hunter (Frank Corey), Kevin Coughlin (Billy Joe Corey)

When a young man is accused of a railroad murder, his teenage sister seeks help from Marshal Dillon in his defense.



493 :15x04 - Danny

First aired: Oct/13/1969
Writer: Preston Wood
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Vito Scotti (Indiana), Steve Raines (Stage Driver), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Frank Marth (Ed Wickes), Kelton Garwood (Percy Crump), Woody Chambliss (Woody Lathrop), Tom Brown (Ed O'Connor), Scott Brady (Big Ed Heenan), Rayford Barnes (Carl Dahlman), Jack Albertson (Danny Wilson)

Matt is saved by a old time con man, who is at death's door with a heart condition.



494 :15x05 - Hawk

First aired: Oct/20/1969
Writer: Kay Lenard, Jess Carneol
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: Brendon Boone (Sergeant Hawk), X Brands (Renegade Indian #1), Robert Brubaker (Dave Clifford), Bill Hart (Renegade Indian #2), Louise Latham (Phoebe Clifford), Glenn Randall Jr. (Renegade Indian #4), Hilary Thompson (Rachel Clifford), Michael-James Wixted (Amos Clifford)

A woman refuses to acknowledge a policeman as her half breed Indian son, who has in for a visit while on the trail of three renegades.



495 :15x06 - A Man Called "Smith"

First aired: Oct/27/1969
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Jacqueline Scott (Abelia Johnson), Roy Roberts (Harry Bodkin), Susan Olsen (Marieanne), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Earl Holliman (Will), Sid Haig (Buffalo Hunter), William Fawcett (Old Prospector), Mike Durkin (Jonathan), Margarita Cordova (Saloon Girl), Val Avery (Bull)

Trouble ensues when an outlaw returns to his homestead to claim some hidden money.



496 :15x07 - Charlie Noon

First aired: Nov/03/1969
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: James Best (Charlie Noon), Edmund Hashim (Lone Wolf), Ron Howard (Jamie), Kipp Whitman (Takawa), Miriam Colon (The Woman)

A band of Comanches follow Marshal Dillon as he brings a prisoner, known as Charlie Noon, across the desert



497 :15x08 - The Still

First aired: Nov/10/1969
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: Lane Bradbury (Merry Florene), Shug Fisher (Uncle Titus), Anthony James (Elbert Moses), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Trent Lehman (Chester), J. Edward McKinley (Mr. Bishop), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), James Westerfield (Franks)

The unscrupulous relatives of a young schoolmarm plan to start a moonshine operation when they arrive in Dodge City.



498 :15x09 - A Matter of Honor

First aired: Nov/17/1969
Writer: Joy Dexter
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Larry D. Mann (Prosecutor), John Anderson (Jess Fletcher), Jack Bailey (Judge Brooker), Richard Bakalyan (Billy Holland), Bob Burrows (Ranch Hand), Dan Ferrone (Otis Fletcher), Katherine Justice (Lydia Fletcher), Walter Sande (Cal Haines), Tom Simcox (C.V. Fletcher), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

Louie Pheeters is accused of murder when he is found intoxicated beside a dying man, unable to remember what had happened.



499 :15x10 - The Innocent

First aired: Nov/24/1969
Writer: Walter Black
Director: Marvin Chomsky
Guest star: Barry Atwater (Pa Yewker), Lee De Broux (Zeal Yewker), Eileen Heckart (Athena Partridge Royce), Anthony James (Loyal Yewker), Eddie Little Sky (Indian Chief), Tom Nolan (Sonny), Manuel Padilla, Jr. (Indian Boy), Robert Williams (Phelps)

Festus and a female teacher become hostages of a family of hide thieves as they arrive in the Cimarron territory.



500 :15x11 - Ring of Darkness

First aired: Dec/01/1969
Writer: Howard Dimsdale
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: John Crawford (Pinto), Anthony Caruso (Gulley), Tom Drake (Ben Hurley), Pamela Dunlap (Susan Hurley), Rex Holman (Car)

Deputy Newly O'Brien gets influenced by a pretty blind girl in his efforts to apprehend a horse thief.



501 :15x12 - MacGraw

First aired: Dec/08/1969
Writer: Kay Lenard, Jess Carneol
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Bobby Hall (Hamilton), Allen Jaffe (Ed Crawford), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Charles Kuenstle (Wilkes), Michael Larrain (Dave Wilson), Sam Melville (Garvey), Ned Wertimer (Jed Douglas), Sid Haig (Crawford), Tom Brown (Ed O'Connor), J.D. Cannon (Jake MacGraw), Sam Edwards (Barfly), Diana Ewing (Ella Horton)

The Long Branch Saloon hires a new piano player in Jake MacGraw, an ex-gunfighter. But there are some people in Dodge City who question his motives.



502 :15x13 - Roots of Fear

First aired: Dec/15/1969
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Jodie Foster (Susan Sadler), Walter Burke (George Acton), Tom Brown (Ed O'Connor), John Anderson (Amos Sadler), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Robert Karnes (Charlie), Louise Latham (Emilie Sadler), Paul Micale (Assistant Teller), Cliff Osmond (Daniel Sadler), Arthur Peterson (Judge Brooker), Roy Roberts (Mr. Botkin), Warren Vanders (Ridge Sadler), Hank Wise (Townsman)

Three desperate farmers are forced to commit a robbery after the Dodge City bank has a run.



503 :15x14 - The Sisters

First aired: Dec/29/1969
Writer: William Kelley
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Susan Batson (Sister Blanche), Gloria Calomee (Sister Charles), Jack Elam (Pack Landers), Lynn Hamilton (Mother Tabitha), Craig Huxley (Toby), Erica Petal (Gail), CeCe Whitney (Ivy Landers)

A harsh, neglecting father fakes his change of heart after he is confronted by three nuns concerning the care and custody of his kids.



504 :15x15 - The War Priest

First aired: Jan/05/1970
Writer: William Kelley
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Richard Anderson (Gregario), John Crawford (Amos Strange), Vince Deadrick, Sr. (1st Trooper), Richard Hale (El Cuerno), Pete Kellett (Shotgun), Sam Melville (Lieutenant Snell), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Tom Sutton (2nd Sentry), Forrest Tucker (Sergeant Emmet Holly), Link Wyler (1st Sentry)

Kitty is kidnapped by Gregorio, an Apache war priest and escaped cavalry prisoner, while on her way from Owl Flats to Dodge City.



505 :15x16 - The Pack Rat

First aired: Jan/12/1970
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Robert Brubaker (Jake Hawkins), Bill Catching (Trapp), Woody Chambliss (Woody Lathrop), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Manuel Padilla, Jr. (Sancho), Robert Rothwell (Shotgun), Loretta Swit (Belle Clark), Heidi Vaughn (Martha Mason), William Watson (Sam Danton)

Marshal Dillon is helped from an impending ambush by a wily little orphan-thief, who stole from him earlier.



506 :15x17 - The Judas Gun

First aired: Jan/19/1970
Writer: Harry Kronman
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Richard X. Slattery (Noah Haimes), Ralph Neff (Town Bum), Laurie Mock (Janie Bolden), Sean McClory (Clete Bolden), Peter Jason (Cully Haimes), Ron Hayes (Boyd Avery), William Fawcett (Liveryman), Brad David (Teddy), Margarita Cordova (Saloon Girl), Tom Brown (Ed O'Connor)

A feud between a pair of ranchers escalates when their only son and daughter begin a romance.



507 :15x18 - Doctor Herman Schultz, M.D.

First aired: Jan/26/1970
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Pete Kellett (Stoney), Benny Rubin (Doctor Herman Schultz)

Doc Adams takes it upon himself to bring an old friend to justice when he is accused of committing a robbery.



508 :15x19 - The Badge

First aired: Feb/02/1970
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Fred Coby (Sloan), John C. Flinn III (Worden), Roy Jenson (Keller), Henry Jones (Papa Steiffer), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), James Nusser (Louie Pheeters), Jack Lambert (Locke), John Milford (John Dawson), William O'Connell (Jackson), Mary Angela Shea (Bea)

Kitty, disgusted with the Dodge City lifestyle, decides to close the Long Branch Saloon and join her old friend as a partner, after seeing Matt shot once again.



509 :15x20 - Albert

First aired: Feb/09/1970
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Patricia Barry (Kate Schiller), L.Q. Jones (Nix), Natalie Masters (Mrs. Bodkin), Dorothy Neumann (Emily Cushing), Roy Roberts (Mr.Botkin), Robert Random (Tom Clark), William Schallert (Jake Spence), Milton Selzer (Albert Schiller), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

A tame bank teller, soon to be dismissed, takes a bit of money for himself during a bank heist.



510 :15x21 - Kiowa

First aired: Feb/16/1970
Writer: Ron Bishop
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Lucas White (Russ Vail), Dub Taylor (Reverend Finney Cox), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Richard Lapp (Tomani), Victor French (Ed Vail), Angela Carrol (Indian Woman), John Beck (Albert Vail), Richard Angarola (Quichero), Joyce Ames (Melissa Vail), Jean Allison (Martha Vail)

Matt Dillon is set for a long trek to rescue a teenage girl who was abducted by Indians from her family.



511 :15x22 - Celia

First aired: Feb/23/1970
Writer: Harry Kronman
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Vince Deadrick, Sr. (Cowboy #1), Ace Hudkins (Cowboy #2), Frank Marth (Martin Blake), Troy Melton (Second Driver), Melissa Murphy (Celia Madden), Cliff Osmond (Ben Sommars), George Petrie (Cashier), Steve Raines (Stagecoach Driver #1), Roy Roberts (Harry Bodkin), Charles Seel (Barney Danches), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

A pretty, young girl and her partner makes Newly O'Brien's best friend a victim of a con game.



512 :15x23 - Morgan

First aired: Mar/02/1970
Writer: Jess Carneol, Kay Lenard
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Read Morgan (Lieutenant), Mills Watson (Greer), Steve Forrest (Morgan)

While Matt Dillon is away, a psychotic outlaw takes over Dodge City, holding the town hostage while he awaits for a shipment of gold to arrive.



513 :15x24 - The Thieves

First aired: Mar/09/1970
Writer: Thomas Thompson
Director: Philip Leacock

Three teenage boys wear out their welcome in Dodge City after having been put on probation from a county jail.



514 :15x25 - Hackett

First aired: Mar/16/1970
Writer: William Kelley
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Steve Forrest (Hackett), Earl Holliman (Will Hackett), Morgan Woodward (Quint Sargent)

An ex-convict plans his revenge against his former partner who left him behind during a train robbery.



515 :15x26 - The Cage

First aired: Mar/23/1970
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Bernard McEveety

A young outlaw gives Marshal Dillon a hand apprehending his own gang after becoming a victim himself.



516 :16x01 - Chato

First aired: Sep/14/1970
Writer: Paul F. Edwards
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Ricardo Montalban (Chato), Jim Shepherd (Case), Pedro Regas (Old Man), Robert Knapp (Surgeon), Rodolfo Hoyos, Jr. (Juanito), William Bryant (Marshal Cooter), Peggy McCay (Mrs. Cooter), Miriam Colon (Mora)

Marshal Dillon heads to the New Mexico mountains in pursuit of a renegade Indian, who has killed his friend.



517 :16x02 - The Noose

First aired: Sep/21/1970
Writer: Arthur Browne, Jr.
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Woody Chambliss (Woody Lathrop), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), William Fawcett (Nebs), Hank Patterson (Hank Miller), Tom Skerritt (Fred Garth (Tom Skerrit))

In hopes of drawing Matt, Festus and Doc Adams into his clutches, a young drifter kidnaps Kitty and holds her captive in a ghost town.



518 :16x03 - Stark

First aired: Sep/28/1970
Writer: Donald S. Sanford
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Suzanne Pleshette (Glory Bramley), Bob Burrows (Charlie), Richard Kiley (Louis Stark), Rusty Lane (Bo), Shelly Novack (Adam Bramley), Henry Wilcoxon (John Bramley)

A young man's wealthy family is blackmailed after he escapes from prison and is captured by a bounty hunter.



519 :16x04 - Sam McTavish, M.D.

First aired: Oct/05/1970
Writer: Gerry Day, Bethel Leslie
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Read Morgan (Dan Slade), Dee Carroll (Ellen), Tom Fadden (Harley), Lisa Gerritsen (Christina), Harry Harvey (Johnson), Arch Johnson (Barn Bascomb), Vera Miles (Dr. Samuel McTavish), Kathleen O'Malley (Bridget O'Reilly), Robert Rothwell (Joe Slade), Amzie Strickland (Minnie Carver)

When a female doctor comes to Dodge City as a replacement for Doc Adams, he feels it a threat to both him and his patients.



520 :16x05 - Gentry's Law

First aired: Oct/12/1970
Writer: Jack Miller
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Darlene Conley (Leelah Case), Shug Fisher (Orly Grimes), John C. Flinn III (Buel), Peter Jason (Colt Gentry), Don Keefer (Floyd Babcock), Louise Latham (Claire Gentry), John Payne (Amos Gentry), Robert Pine (Ben Gentry), Robert Totten (Abner)

Marshal Dillon comes calling for a land baron's two criminal sons, which he refuses to turn over.



521 :16x06 - Snow Train (1)

First aired: Oct/19/1970
Writer: Preston Wood
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: Clifton James (Sam Wickes), Anne Seymour (Sarah), Dana Elcar (Pennigrath), Richard Kelton (Bud), Ron Hayes (Floyd Coleman), Eddie Firestone (Hap), Gene Evans (Billy), Roy Engel (Tibbett), Pamela Dunlap (Ada Coleman), Tim Considine (Scott Coleman), Eddie Applegate (Al)

A train is trapped in the snowy Colorado mountains by Indians, containing Matt, Festus, Doc Adams and a whole group of worried passengers.



522 :16x07 - Snow Train (2)

First aired: Oct/26/1970
Writer: Preston Wood
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: Clifton James (Sam Wickes), Anne Seymour (Sarah), Dana Elcar (Pennigrath), Eddie Applegate (Al), X Brands (Chief Red Willow), Tim Considine (Scott Coleman), Pamela Dunlap (Ada Coleman), Roy Engel (Tibbett), Bill Erwin (Telegraph Agent), Gene Evans (Billy), Eddie Firestone (Hap), Ron Hayes (Floyd Coleman), Richard Kelton (Bud), Doreen Lang (Mae), Lemoyne L. Lapointe (Hunter), Richard Lapp (Running Fox), Ken Lynch (Lucas), John Milford (Clay Foreman), Ronald A. One Feather (Hunter), Loretta Swit (Donna)

Marshal Dillon heads for help of the trapped, freezing train passengers, but is cornered by three Sioux Indians.



523 :16x08 - Luke

First aired: Nov/02/1970
Writer: Jack Miller
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Anthony Costello (Austin Keep), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Rex Holman (Moses Reedy), Victor Izay (Bull), Katherine Justice (Doris Prebble), Morgan Woodward (Luke Dangerfield)

A dying, old time outlaw is brought into Dodge with hopes of seeing his longtime neglected daughter before passing on.



524 :16x09 - The Gun

First aired: Nov/09/1970
Writer: Donald S. Sanford
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Frank Biro (Sporting Gentleman #2), Foster Brooks (Sporting Gentleman #1), Eric Chase (Joseph), Stanley Clements (Ed Jacobi), Kevin Coughlin (Randy Gogan), Jack Garner (Kemble), L.Q. Jones (Sumner Pendleton), Bert Madrid (Townsman), Jon Jason Mantley (Tom), Marie Mantley (Anne), Ken Mayer (Greenwood), Sam Melville (Wade Pasco), Patricia Morrow (Stella Felton), Hank Wise (Townsman), Robert Phillips (Vance Jessop)

A reporter builds up a story about a young man after he kills a notorious gunfighter in self defense.



525 :16x10 - The Scavengers

First aired: Nov/16/1970
Writer: Jack Miller
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Slim Pickens (Colley), James Almanzar (Ogana), Jere Fields (Merilee Biggs), Kelton Garwood (Percy Crump), Victor Holchak (Lieutenant), Victor Izay (Barkeep), Roy Jenson (Rath), Yaphet Kotto (Piney Biggs), Eddie Little Sky (Scarface), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Steve Raines (Driver), Cicely Tyson (Rachel Biggs), Hank Wise (Livery Man), Link Wyler (Logan)

A black man falsely accuses a group of Indians of attacking a wagon train, to clear himself of the crime.



526 :16x11 - The Witness

First aired: Nov/23/1970
Writer: Shimon Wincelberg
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Tim O'Connor (Arnie Sprague), Harry Morgan (Osgood Pickett), Barry Brown (Jared Sprague), June Dayton (Martha Sprague), I. Stanford Jolley (Beecher), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Annette O'Toole (Edda Sprague), Dack Rambo (Ira Pickett), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Robert Swan (Texan), Herb Vigran (Judge Brooker), Ray Young (Joseph)

The relatives of the witness to a murder is held hostage so that they won't testify at his trial.



527 :16x12 - McCabe

First aired: Nov/30/1970
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Mitch Vogel (Dobie), Mills Watson (Kipp), Trevor Bardette (Conductor), David Brian (Clay White), Lew Brown (Weaver), Maree Cheatham (Abigail Hartly), Jim Davis (Sheriff Shackwood), Tani Guthrie (Ami), Pete Kellett (Bartender), Dan Kemp (McCabe), Jon Lormer (Judge Clairborne), Robert Sorrells (J.W. Hicks), Tom Sutton (Lennie)

Marshal Dillon must work out a deal to save a hostage when he is grabbed by an outlaw while Matt attemps to arrest him.



528 :16x13 - The Noon Day Devil

First aired: Dec/07/1970
Writer: William Kelley
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Pepe Callahan (John Hike), Annette Cardona (Unknown), Fred Coby (Doctor), Antonio Cordova (Brother Antonio), Aneta Corsaut (Rita), Tony Davis (Indian Boy), Bert Madrid (Carlos), Julio Medina (Rodriguez), Ernest Sarracino (Quito Vega), Natividad Vacio (Diego), Warren Vanders (Bones Cunningham), Anthony Zerbe (Heraclio Cantrell / Father Hernando Cantrell)

A priest's twin brother, a Mexican bandit, seeks sanctuary while pursued by Marshal Dillon.



529 :16x14 - Sergeant Holly

First aired: Dec/14/1970
Writer: William Kelley
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Read Morgan (Roy Gast), Forrest Tucker (Sergeant Emmet Holly), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Vito Scotti (The Indian), Albert Salmi (Willis Jeeter), David Renard (Chico Fuentes), Gregg Palmer (Bodine), Bob Morgan (Lomax), Frank Hotchkiss (Corporal Tuttle), Med Flory (Corporal Steckey), Victor Eberg (Luke Pinero)

The Army payroll has been stolen, and the prime suspect in a sergeant who is accused of desertion.



530 :16x15 - Jenny

First aired: Dec/28/1970
Writer: Jack Miller
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Bob Burrows (Driver), Lisa Gerritsen (Jenny Pritchard), Rance Howard (Judge Franklin), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Steve Ihnat (Lucas Pritchard), Steve Raines (Ed Reilly)

Newly commits a crime when he releases a dangerous outlaw to visit his nine year old daughter.



531 :16x16 - Captain Sligo

First aired: Jan/04/1971
Writer: William Kelley
Director: William Conrad
Guest star: Salome Jens (Josephine Burney), Geri Reischl (Anne Burney), Richard Basehart (Captain Aron Sligo), Royal Dano (Watney), Bobby Eilbacher (Tim Burney), Matt Emery (Trail Boss), Larry Finley (Bartender), Brian Foley (Cowboy), Stacy Harris (Leonard), Bob Herron (Vern), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Troy Melton (Rackley), Boyd "Red" Morgan (Tanner), Fred Stromsoe (Tobin), Robert Totten (Blacksmith)

Dodge City is chosen as the new home of a retiring middle aged seas captain.



532 :16x17 - Mirage

First aired: Jan/11/1971
Writer: Jack Miller
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Dan White (Stocker), John Anderson (Lemuel Cleary), Kevin Burchett (Adam Cleary), Robert Knapp (Deputy), James Minotto (Amos Fowler), Harry Raybould (Maddox), Mary Rings (Elsie Cleary), Charles Wagenheim (Parson Mueller), Gary Wood (Tom Cleary), Bill Zuckert (Hotel Clerk)

Deputy Festus Haggen is attacked by a killer after becoming lost in the desert and wanders into a ghost town.



533 :16x18 - The Tycoon

First aired: Jan/25/1971
Writer: Robert Vincent Wright
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: John Beck (Moody Fowler), Walker Edmiston (Henry Folsom), Shug Fisher (Titus), Gwynne Gilford (Dora Lou), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Nora Marlowe (Ma Fowler), James Minotto (Amos Fowler), Herman Poppe (Clarence Carver), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Charles Wagenheim (Parson Mueller)

Festus nearly marries when he enters the freight business and becomes a rich man.



534 :16x19 - Jaekel

First aired: Feb/01/1971
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Vic Tayback (Dirks), John Crawford (Norman Wilson), Eric Braeden (Carl Jaekel), Julie Gregg (Beth Wilson), Mia Bendixsen (Penny Wilson), James Chandler (Warden), Scott Edmonds (Doctor), Bob Golden (Guard), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

A woman is claimed by a released convict who had been corresponding with him by mail for years.



535 :16x20 - Murdoch

First aired: Feb/08/1971
Writer: Jack Miller
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Clint Howard (Lonny), Timothy Burns (Braly), Anthony Caruso (Townsend), Bobby Clark (Gatlin), Gary Combs (Fairchild), Jim Davis (Amos Carver), Jack Elam (Lucas Murdoch), Lisa Marshall (Ruth), Robert Random (Scott Murdoch), Tom Waters (Morris)

An aged lawman plans to capture a gang of outlaws on his own.



536 :16x21 - Cleavus

First aired: Feb/15/1971
Writer: Donald Z. Koplowitz
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Hank Wise (Waiter), Robert Williams (Woody), Robert Totten (Cleavus Lukens), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Arthur Hunnicutt (Uriah Spessard), Robert Cornthwaite (Clerk), William Challee (Baylock)

Festus' childhood friend kills a prospector and then goes insane after the mine he has been working on contains merely fool's gold.



537 :16x22 - Lavery

First aired: Feb/22/1971
Writer: Donald S. Sanford
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Hank Patterson (Hank Miller), Jack Perkins (Trapper), Chanin Hale (Verna), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), David Carradine (Clint), David Huddleston (Arno), Ken Swofford (Harry), Karl Swenson (Mr. Hubert), Judi West (April), Anthony Costello (Keith Lavery)

Marshal Dillon gets the opportunity to save a young cowhand who had recently save Matt's life.



538 :16x23 - Pike (1)

First aired: Mar/01/1971
Writer: Jack Miller
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Dack Rambo (Cyrus Pike), John Puglia (Boy #1), Cliff Osmond (Tom Macomb), Jeanette Nolan ('Dirty' Sally Fergus), Susan Newmark (Girl #2), Billy Murphy (Loomis), William Mims (Hawkins), Billy McMickle (Boy #2), Marie Mantley (Girl #1), Jon Jason Mantley (Billy), Jim Boles (Sutro), Ross Hagen (Hicks)

Sally Fergus, known as Dirty Sally by the people of Dodge, helps a wounded outlaw. But his gang comes to her shop looking for the missing loot.



539 :16x24 - Pike (2)

First aired: Mar/08/1971
Writer: Jack Miller
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Jim Boles (Sutro), Ross Hagen (Hicks), William Mims (Hawkins), Billy Murphy (Loomis), Jeanette Nolan ('Dirty' Sally Fergus), Cliff Osmond (Tom Macomb), Dack Rambo (Cyrus Pike), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

Sally attempts to reform a young outlaw who she has mended following a robbery.



540 :17x01 - The Lost

First aired: Sep/13/1971
Director: Robert Totten
Guest star: Peggy Rea (Mrs. Roniger), Royal Dano (Henry Mather), Link Wyler (Lamond Mather), Charles Kuenstle (Valjean Mather), Harry Carey, Jr. (Will Roniger), Mercedes McCambridge (Mrs. Mather), Laurie Prange (Wild Child), Jon Mantley (Jon), Maria Mantley (Maria), Heather Cotton (Girl), Dee Carroll (Mrs. Grayson), Terri Lynn Wood (Elsie)

After being injured in a stage wreck, Kitty meets up with a wild girl who does not speak but both end up becoming prisoners of a weird family intent on making a freakshow out of the child.



541 :17x02 - Phoenix

First aired: Sep/20/1971
Writer: Anthony Lawrence
Director: Paul Stanley
Guest star: Glenn Corbett (Phoenix), Ted Jordan (Burke), Ramon Bieri (John Sontag), Mariette Hartley (Kate Hume), Gene Evans (Jess Hume), Frank Corsentino (Fraker)

After being released from prison, Phoenix travels to Dodge to kill a man whom he has never seen or heard of before and ends up falling for his wife.



542 :17x03 - Waste (1)

First aired: Sep/27/1971
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Jeremy Slate (Ben Rodman), Lieux Dressler (Victoria), Shug Fisher (Jed Rascoe), Rex Holman (Oakley), Don Megowan (Lucas), Lloyd Nelson (2nd Prospector), Merry Anders (Shirley), Ellen Burstyn (Amy Waters), Johnny Whitaker (Willie Hubbard), David Sheiner (Preacher Jones), Walter Baldwin (Grandpa Hubbard), Ruth Roman (Maggie Blaisedell), Ken Swofford (Speer), George Chandler (Silas Hubbard), Don Keefer (Drunk), Emory Parnell (1st Prospector), Claire Brennen (Lisa), Lee Pulford (Orphan Girl)

In hot pursuit of an outlaw, Matt pauses when he encounters a lost boy in search of his mother.



543 :17x04 - Waste (2)

First aired: Oct/04/1971
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Jeremy Slate (Ben Rodman), Lieux Dressler (Victoria), Shug Fisher (Jed Rascoe), Rex Holman (Oakley), Ken Swofford (Speer), Don Megowan (Lucas), Merry Anders (Shirley), Ellen Burstyn (Amy Waters), Ruth Roman (Maggie Blaisedell), Johnny Whitaker (Willie Hubbard), David Sheiner (Preacher Jones), George Chandler (Silas Hubbard), Claire Brennen (Lisa)

After helping a young boy find his mother, Matt resumes his pursuit of an outlaw.



544 :17x05 - New Doctor in Town

First aired: Oct/11/1971
Writer: Jack Miller
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Pat Hingle (Dr. John Chapman), Lane Bradford (Dump Hart), Jon Lormer (Cody Sims), Glenn Strange (Sam), Ted Jordan (Burke), Woody Chambliss (Lathrop), Charles Wagenheim (Halligan), Sarah Selby (Ma Smalley)

After a patient dies, Doc leaves Dodge to go back east to Baltimore in order to take refresher courses in modern medicine. Dr. John Chapman arrives in Dodge to take his place and finds it's not easy to win the trust of the town's residents.



545 :17x06 - The Legend

First aired: Oct/18/1971
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Read Morgan (Eddie), Jan-Michael Vincent (Travis Colter), Pat Hingle (Dr. John Chapman), Lloyd Nelson (Slater), Victor Izay (Bull), Ken Mayer (Farmer), Glenn Strange (Sam), Ted Jordan (Burke), Richard Kelton (Clayt Collier), Kim Hunter (Bea Colter), Greg Mullavy (Virgil Colter), Patrick Dennis-Leigh (Prairie Scavenger), Michael Greene (Slim), Bryan O'Byrne (Palmer), Red Currie (Carrot), Dick Cagney (Workman)

A mother tries to dissuade her youngest son from following in the footsteps of his outlaw older brothers.



546 :17x07 - Trafton

First aired: Oct/25/1971
Writer: Ron Bishop
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Paul Stevens (Reverend English), Sharon Acker (Tereese Farrell), Victor French (Trafton), Bill Catching (Brant), Jon Lormer (Storekeeper), Glenn Strange (Sam), Ted Jordan (Burke), Clay Tanner (Capps), Fred Stromsoe (Prew), John Dullaghan (Priest), Mike Mazurki (Whale), Marie Windsor (Mary K), Philip Carey (Bannion), Manuel Padilla, Jr. (Manuel), Patti Cohoon (Maria Farrell)

After a gunslinger kills a sheriff and a priest in a Kansas town, he has Matt Dillon on his trail.



547 :17x08 - Lynott

First aired: Nov/01/1971
Writer: Ron Bishop
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: Pat Hingle (Dr. John Chapman), Richard Kiley (Tom Lynott), Anthony Caruso (Talley), Glenn Strange (Sam), Jonathan Goldsmith (Wallace), William Bramley (Anderson), Gregg Palmer (Nicols), Ken Lynch (Rolfing), Tom Brown (Ed O'Connor), Ted Jordan (Burke), Peggy McCall (Penny Lynott), Claudia Bryar (Manda Weaver), Eddie Quillan (Barkeep), John Quade (Shaw), Al Wyatt (Heavy #1), Bobby Clark (Heavy #2)

When Matt is severely wounded in a gun battle, former lawman Tom Lynott steps in to keep the peace in Dodge City.



548 :17x09 - Lijah

First aired: Nov/08/1971
Writer: William Blinn
Director: Irving J. Moore
Guest star: Charles Wagenheim (Halligan), Glenn Strange (Sam), Woody Chambliss (Lathrop), Ted Jordan (Burke), Howard Culver (Howie), Tom Brown (Ed O'Connor), Lane Bradford (Dump Hart), Pat Hingle (Dr. John Chapman), Harry Townes (Hale Parker), Herb Vigran (Judge Brooker), Pete Kellett (Frank), Hank Wise (Hank), Erin Moran (Rachel), Denny Miller (Lijah), William Wintersole (Will Standish), Dan Flynn Jr. (Tack)

A mountain man named Lijah must face a jury after being accused of three wanton killings.



549 :17x10 - My Brother's Keeper

First aired: Nov/15/1971
Writer: Howard Dimsdale
Director: Paul Stanley
Guest star: Sarah Selby (Ma Smalley), Malcolm Atterbury (Cobb), Pat Hingle (Dr. John Chapman), Glenn Strange (Sam), Charles Wagenheim (Halligan), John Dierkes (Native American), Pippa Scott (Sarah), Charles McGraw (Squaw Man), Dana Laurita (Mandy), Boyd "Red" Morgan (Kroll), Donna DeLacey (Woman), Ray Reinhardt (Preacher)

Seeking shelter during a horrendous storm, Festus enters a cave where he discovers an elderly Native American who's waiting to die.



550 :17x11 - Drago

First aired: Nov/22/1971
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Paul Stanley
Guest star: Buddy Ebsen (Drago), Ben Johnson (Hannon), Pat Hingle (Dr. John Chapman), Edward Faulkner (Trask), Glenn Strange (Sam), Tani Guthrie (Clara), Del Monroe (Flagg), Richard Gates (Gillis), Jimmie F. Skaggs (Sheepherder), Larry Randles (Larry)

Drago, a former Army scout, vows to hunt down and kill the outlaws who murdered a woman who was nice to him.



551 :17x12 - Gold Train: The Bullet (1)

First aired: Nov/29/1971
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Eric Braeden (Jack Sinclair), Sian Barbara Allen (Allie Dawson), Alejandro Rey (Father Sanchez), Katherine Justice (Beth Tilton), Robert Hogan (Capt. Darnell), Norman Alden (Amos Potter), Mills Watson (Pony), John Crawford (Frank Blanchard), Harry Carey, Jr. (Kelliher), Dan Ferrone (Private), Eddie Firestone (Orley), Harry Harvey (Drummer), Warren J. Kemmerling (Conductor), Jonathan Goldsmith (Roper), Sam Melville (Nebo), Walter Sande (Caldwell), Robert Sorrells (Concho), Pete Kellett (Sergeant), John Kowal (Dunn), Glenn Strange (Sam), Ted Jordan (Burke), Pepe Callahan (Secos), Denny Arnold (Fireman)

Doc returns to Dodge City but gets little rest when Matt is shot in the back by a sniper. With the bullet lodged near Matt's spine, Doc is afraid of crippling him if he operates so he makes arrangements for a Denver surgeon to remove the bullet. Thus, Matt is loaded into the baggage car of a train that's also carrying an Federal government gold shipment.



552 :17x13 - Gold Train: The Bullet (2)

First aired: Dec/06/1971
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Eric Braeden (Jack Sinclair), Sian Barbara Allen (Allie Dawson), Alejandro Rey (Father Sanchez), Katherine Justice (Beth Tilton), Robert Hogan (Capt. Darnell), Norman Alden (Amos Potter), Mills Watson (Pony), John Crawford (Frank Blanchard), Harry Carey, Jr. (Kelliher), Dan Ferrone (Private), Eddie Firestone (Orly), Harry Harvey (Drummer), Warren J. Kemmerling (Conductor), Jonathan Goldsmith (Roper), Sam Melville (Nebo), Walter Sande (Caldwell), Robert Sorrells (Concho), Pete Kellett (Sergeant), John Kowal (Dunn), Pepe Callahan (Secos)

A train carrying a seriously wounded Matt to Denver for an operation along with a gold shipment is taken over by bandits led by Jack Sinclair, an old enemy of Matt's who owes him a debt or two.



553 :17x14 - Gold Train: The Bullet (3)

First aired: Dec/13/1971
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Eric Braeden (Jack Sinclair), Sian Barbara Allen (Allie Dawson), Alejandro Rey (Father Sanchez), Katherine Justice (Beth Tilton), Robert Hogan (Capt. Darnell), Mills Watson (Pony), John Crawford (Frank Blanchard), Harry Carey, Jr. (Kelliher), Dan Ferrone (Private), Eddie Firestone (Orley), Harry Harvey (Drummer), Warren J. Kemmerling (Conductor), Jonathan Goldsmith (Roper), Sam Melville (Nebo), Walter Sande (Caldwell), Pete Kellett (Sergeant), Robert Sorrells (Concho), John Kowal (Dunn), Pepe Callahan (Secos)

Jack Sinclair, the leader of a gang of train robbers, discovers that his old enemy, Matt Dillon, is in the baggage car en route to Denver.



554 :17x15 - P.S. Murry Christmas

First aired: Dec/27/1971
Writer: William Kelley
Director: Herb Wallerstein
Guest star: Jeanette Nolan (Emma Grundy), Jack Elam (Titus Spangler), Josh Albee (Michael), Jodie Foster (Patricia), Willie Aames (Tom), Patti Cohoon (Mary), Erin Moran (Jenny), Brian Morrison (Owen), Todd Lookinland (Jake), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

Kitty wants to give seven orphans a Christmas that they've never had but orphanage director Emma Grundy is determined to prevent her from doing so.



555 :17x16 - No Tomorrow

First aired: Jan/03/1972
Writer: Richard Fielder
Director: Irving J. Moore
Guest star: Sam Groom (Ben Justin), H.M. Wynant (Morris Cragin), Herb Vigran (Judge Brooker), Joe Haworth (Rider), Leo Gordon (Hargis), Glenn Strange (Sam), Ted Jordan (Burke), Alan Fudge (Bailiff), Pamela McMyler (Elizabeth Justin), Steve Brodie (Garth Brantley), Henry Jones (J. Luther Cross), Richard Hale (Old Luke), Liam Dunn (Eli Bruder), Robert Nichols (Warden), Dan Flynn (Kyle Brantley)

Young Ben Justin tries to clear his name of false charges of cattle rustling and murder.



556 :17x17 - Hidalgo

First aired: Jan/10/1972
Writer: Colley Cibber
Director: Paul Stanley
Guest star: David Renard (Gorio), Alfonso Arau (Mando), Thomas Gomez (Augustin), Fabian Gregory (Lucho), Linda Marsh (Lucero), Stella Garcia (Chona), Julio Medina (Fermin), Edward Colmans (Cuero)

Down in Mexico, Matt gets injured and his only allies against bandits are an old man, a boy, and a pretty senorita.



557 :17x18 - Tara

First aired: Jan/17/1972
Writer: William Kelley
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: L.Q. Jones (Gecko Ridley), Glenn Strange (Sam), Ken Swofford (Dirk), Ken Mayer (Pudge), Ted Jordan (Burke), Sarah Selby (Ma Smalley), Charles Seel (Barney), Howard Culver (Howie), Larry Delaney (Roy Hutson), Michele Carey (Tara Hutson), James McCallion (Fletcher), Harry Hickox (Bank Officer), John Dullaghan (Bank Teller), Natalie Masters (Woman), Gene Tyburn (Shotgun), Don Pulford (Young Man), Denny Arnold (Messenger)

Newly falls in love with a hot chick who recently arrived in Dodge City but it's later revealed that she has a checkered past.



558 :17x19 - One for the Road

First aired: Jan/24/1972
Writer: Jack Miller
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Jeanette Nolan (Sally Fergus), Herb Vigran (Judge Brooker), Glenn Strange (Sam), Ted Jordan (Burke), Jack Albertson (Lucius Prince), Victor Holchak (Tom Rickaby), Dorothy Neumann (Old Woman), Jack Perkins (Bouncer), Melissa Murphy (Elsie)

Eccentric Lucius Prince is the defendant in a sanity hearing brought by his daughter so she can takeover his estate.



559 :17x20 - The Predators

First aired: Jan/31/1972
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Read Morgan (Brown), Jodie Foster (Marieanne Johnson), Mills Watson (Currie), George Murdock (Cole Matson), Claude Akins (Howard Kane), Jacqueline Scott (Abella Johnson), Tom Brown (Ed O'Connor), Lew Brown (Smith), Glenn Strange (Sam), Ted Jordan (Burke), Brian Morrison (Jonathan Johnson)

Matt is worried when gunslinger Howard Kane shows up in Dodge City.



560 :17x21 - Yankton

First aired: Feb/07/1972
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Pamela Payton-Wright (Emma Donovan), Forrest Tucker (Will Donovan), Ted Jordan (Burke), Woody Chambliss (Lathrop), James Stacy (Yankton), Hank Patterson (Hank), Glenn Strange (Sam), Nancy Olson (Henrietta Donovan), Margaret Bacon (Dressmaker), Tom Sutton (Pete), Bill Hart (Cowboy #1), Bennie E. Dobbins (Cowboy #2)

A drifter named Yankton seeks revenge against a wealthy rancher who cleaned him out in a poker game.



561 :17x22 - Blind Man's Buff

First aired: Feb/21/1972
Writer: Ron Honthaner
Director: Herb Wallerstein
Guest star: George Lindsey (Charlie Clavin), Victor French (Jed Frazer), Charles Kuenstle (Hank McCall), Woody Chambliss (Lathrop), Anne Jackson (Phoebe Preston)

Spinster Phoebe Preston finds romance with a wounded stranger whom she nurses back to health.



562 :17x23 - Alias Festus Haggen

First aired: Mar/06/1972
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Ramon Bieri (Doyle), Rayford Barnes (Grebbs), William Bryant (Bennett), Lieux Dressler (Susie), Herb Vigran (Judge Brooker), Bill Erwin (Bailiff), Jon Lormer (Judge Clayborne), Ed McCready (Scotty), Lloyd Nelson (Shorty), Gregg Palmer (Guthrie), Robert Totten (Walker), Glenn Strange (Sam), Ted Jordan (Burke), Booth Colman (Rand), Louie Elias (Cowboy), Rusty Lane (Sheriff Buckley), Tom McFadden (Luke)

Festus is mistaken for a killer who's a dead ringer for him.



563 :17x24 - The Wedding

First aired: Mar/13/1972
Writer: Harry Kronman
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Jason Wingreen (Dr. Cleery), Morgan Woodward (Walt Clayton), James Chandler (Reverend Keller), Lane Bradford (Joe Eggers), Troy Melton (Pete Calder), Ted Jordan (Burke), Sam Elliott (Corey Soames), Melissa Newman (Donna Clayton), Fran Ryan (Mrs. Keller), Larry Barton (Townsman), George D. Wallace (Sheriff Henning), Byron Mabe (Sandy Carr)

A daughter gets married against the wishes of her domineering father.



564 :18x01 - The River (1)

First aired: Sep/11/1972
Writer: Jack Miller
Director: Herb Wallerstein
Guest star: Slim Pickens (Charlie Utter), Patti Cohoon (Hannah Kinkaid), Miriam Colon (Paulette), Jack Elam (Pierre), Dan Flynn (Storekeeper), Jerry Gatlin (Lapin), Chanin Hale (Unknown), Read Morgan (Suggs), Clay O'Brien (Tuttle Kinkaid), Mark Stanoch (Unknown), Roger Torrey (Finn MacCool)

Marshal Dillon, floating on a raft on a rushing river, is saved by a pair of runaway children when he escapes a shootout with a gang of outlaws in search for their lost loot.



565 :18x02 - The River (2)

First aired: Sep/18/1972
Writer: Jack Miller
Director: Herb Wallerstein
Guest star: Patti Cohoon (Hannah Kinkaid), Miriam Colon (Paulette), Jack Elam (Pierre), Jerry Gatlin (Lapin), Chanin Hale (Unknown), Pete Kellett (Hodad), Ronald Manning (Stinson), Don Megowan (Colo Grimes), Read Morgan (Suggs), Clay O'Brien (Tuttle Kinkaid), Slim Pickens (Charlie Utter), Maudie Prickett (Aunt Ida), Roger Torrey (Finn MacCool), Gene Tyburn (Poe)

Marshal Dillon encounters a new threat from a Frenchman he once saved, when it appears that he is sending signals to an band of unseen accomplices.



566 :18x03 - Bohannan

First aired: Sep/25/1972
Writer: William Kelley
Director: Alf Kjellin
Guest star: Ed Bakey (Goody Stackpole), Woody Chambliss (Woody Lathrop), Regis Cordic (Reverend), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Richard Kiley (Bohannan), Helen Kleeb (Dorcas Wentzel), Linda Marsh (Lydia Walden), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Vincent Van Patten (Heck Walden)

Doc Adams attempts to prove a faith healer, Bohannan, is no more than a charlatan by bringing some of his 'cured' patients to Dodge City.



567 :18x04 - Judgement

First aired: Oct/02/1972
Writer: Shimon Wincelberg
Director: Philip Leacock
Guest star: Tim O'Connor (Gideon), Melissa Gilbert (Spratt's Child), Ramon Bieri (Musgrove), Mariette Hartley (Fiona Gideon), Katherine Helmond (Ena Spratt), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Richard Kelton (Ab Craddock), Jon Locke (Orval)

A former convict appears in Dodge City for the purpose of exacting revenge against the man who turned him in to the authorities.



568 :18x05 - The Drummer

First aired: Oct/09/1972
Writer: Richard Fielder
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Herb Armstrong (Sayers), Brandon Cruz (Jimmy Morgan), Fionnula Flanagan (Sarah Morgan), Victor French (Daniel Shay), Bruce Glover (Enoch Brandt), Kiel Martin (Ike Daggett), Paul Sorenson (Trent)

An ex-cavalry soldier feels redemption with the help of an Indian boy whom he believes he was responsible for being crippled during an attack to his village.



569 :18x06 - Sarah

First aired: Oct/16/1972
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: Anthony Caruso (Pappy Quinn), Larry Duran (Vesco), Anne Francis (Sarah), Rex Holman (Ed), George Keymas (Deering), Kay E. Kuter (Warren), Mike Lane (Digby), Jonathan Goldsmith (Sonny), Ronald Manning (Engels), John Orchard (Taylor), Albert Pena (Liveryman)

An old flame passes Matt Dillon off as her husband as a scheme to save him from a lawless band of outlaws she resides with.



570 :18x07 - The Fugitives

First aired: Oct/23/1972
Writer: Charles Joseph Stone
Director: Irving J. Moore
Guest star: Vic Tayback (Bill Hankins), Russell Johnson (Link Parrin), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Darrell Larson (Danny Stalcup), Troy Melton (Curley Danzig), James Olson (Bede Stalcup)

Doc Adams is held captive while he treats a seriously injured young brother of an outlaw.



571 :18x08 - Eleven Dollars

First aired: Oct/30/1972
Writer: Paul Savage
Director: Irving J. Moore
Guest star: Josh Albee (Chad), E.J. Andre (Jeb Spencer), Owen Bush (Hotel Clerk), Phil Chambers (Beckwith), Sam Edwards (1st Wolfer), Ike Eisenmann (Clay), Roy Engel (Sander), Gloria LeRoy (Claire), Susan Oliver (Sarah Elkins), Diane Shalet (Charity Spencer), A.G. Vitanza (2nd Wolfer), Tom Waters (Bartender)

Festus is ambushed by a pair of downtrodden hide hunters who steal some money that he was delivering to a spinster.



572 :18x09 - Milligan

First aired: Nov/06/1972
Writer: Ron Bishop
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Read Morgan (Potter), Harry Morgan (John Milligan), Todd Bass (Tom), Sorrell Booke (Gerald Pandy), Lew Brown (Reeves), Joseph Campanella (Jack Norcross), Lynn Carlin (Janet Milligan), Patti Cohoon (Wendy Milligan), Samee Lee Jones (Girl), Charles Macaulay (Dofeny), John Pickard (Bob Power), Robert Swan (Looter), Gene Tyburn (Logan), Scott Walker (Mattis)

When an outlaw is shot in the back by a posse, a local farmer is criticized and then punished for the incident.



573 :18x10 - Tatum

First aired: Nov/13/1972
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: Ana Corita (Kata), Gene Evans (Bodie Tatum), Duncan Inches (Man #2), Sheila Larken (Marion), Jay W. MacIntosh (Gwenn), Lloyd Nelson (Clergyman), Jeff Pomerantz (Dirk Mitchell), Sandra Smith (Maddy), Neil Summers (Joe Beel), Robert Tindell (Man #1), Kenneth Tobey (Ed Terrall)

Matt attempts to carry out the last wishes of an elderly ex-gunfighter who has just passed away, to be buried in the cemetery next to his deceased, against the opposition from the townspeople.



574 :18x11 - The Sodbusters

First aired: Nov/20/1972
Writer: Ron Bishop
Director: Robert Butler
Guest star: Norman Bartold (Darga), Alex Cord (Pete Brown), Morgan Woodward (Lamoor Underwood), Robert Viharo (Dick Shaw), Paul Prokop (Dan), Evans Thornton (Murphy), Colin Male (Gene Hill), Dawn Lyn (Maria Callahan), Katherine Justice (Clarabelle Callahan), Leif Garrett (John Callahan), Harrison Ford (Print), Joe Di Reda (Navin), Richard Bull (Deems), Jim Boles (Kestin)

A battle over water rights leads to a group of cattlemen gunning down a local farmer, just as Marshal Dillon appears on the scene.



575 :18x12 - The Brothers

First aired: Nov/27/1972
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: Al Berry (Barfly Bob), Phil Chambers (Shotgun), Regis Cordic (Sheriff Crane), Reid Cruickshanks (Mr. Denton), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Angus Duncan (Jay Wrecken), Edward Faulkner (Drummer), Nancy Fisher (Flo), Steve Forrest (Cord Wrecken), Kelton Garwood (Percy Crump), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), John Kowal (Barfly Joe), Richard O'Brien (Carter), Eddie Ryder (The Undertaker), Joe Silver (Beal Brown), Danil Torppe (Alf), Dan White (Oldtimer), Terry Wilson (Liveryman)

Kitty is hunted down by outlaw when she is duped into shooting and killing his lawless brother.



576 :18x13 - Hostage!

First aired: Dec/11/1972
Writer: Paul F. Edwards
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: William Smith (Jude Bonner), Stafford Repp (Sheriff Tanner), Hal Baylor (Toke), Woody Chambliss (Woody Lathrop), James Chandler (Governor), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Sandra Kent (Martha), Geoffrey Lewis (Lafitte), Nina Roman (Amy Lee), Marco St. John (Virgil Bonner)

Kitty lies critically wound by a gang of marauders known as The Dog Soldiers, who had sworn their vengeance on Matt.



577 :18x14 - Jubilee

First aired: Dec/18/1972
Director: Herb Wallerstein
Guest star: Scott Brady (Ed Wells), Todd Cameron (Caleb Frye), Woody Chambliss (Woody Lathrop), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Alan Hale, Jr. (Dave Chaney), Whitey Hughes (Billy Banner), Collin Wilcox (Bess Frye), Lori Rutherford (Annie Frye), Tom Skerritt (Tuck Frye)

Tuck Frye, a farmer from Dodge City agrees to a match race with his horse Jubilee when his dreams of striking it rich seem futile.



578 :18x15 - Arizona Midnight

First aired: Jan/01/1973
Writer: Dudley Bromley
Director: Irving J. Moore
Guest star: Mills Watson (Fred), Stanley Clements (Red), Billy Curtis (Arizona), Ken Mayer (Ed), Sandie Powell (Beatrice)

A tiny cowboy rides into Dodge City on a giant horse, in which he claims can turn into an elephant during a full moon.



579 :18x16 - Homecoming

First aired: Jan/08/1973
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: Lurene Tuttle (Anna Wilson), Robert Pratt (Ray Wilson), Lynne Marta (Prudence), Stuart Margolin (Johnny Moffit), Richard Kelton (Rick Wilson), Ivy Jones (Martha Beal), Claudia Bryar (Mrs. Bronson)

Festus comes to the rescue of Kitty and Doc when two outlaws take them hostage as insurance for making it safely into Mexico.



580 :18x17 - Shadler

First aired: Jan/15/1973
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Arnold Lathan
Guest star: Denver Pyle (Cyrus Himes), Don 'Red' Barry (Dobson), Barry Cahill (Walters), John Carter (Father Walsh), John Davis Chandler (Rogers), Pat Conway (Varnum), Wallace Earl (Farina), Bill Erwin (Mr. Jonas), Earl Holliman (Boone Shadler), Diana Hyland (Dallas Fair), James Jeter (Creech), Ken Lynch (McKee), Tom Pittman (Elmer), Alex Sharp (Reno), Linda Watkins (Abby Shadler), Meg Wyllie (Mrs. Evans)

Convict Boone Shadler escapes from prison, dressed as a priest. Newly is forced to cooperate with Shadler in order to save a small village from a group of outlaws.



581 :18x18 - Patricia

First aired: Jan/22/1973
Writer: Calvin Clements, Sr.
Director: Alf Kjellin
Guest star: John Baer (Johnny's Father), Gail Bonney (Mrs. Peary), Ike Eisenmann (Johnny), Donald Elson (Brown), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Richard Lundin (Stage Driver), Jess Walton (Patricia Colby O'Brien)

While away in Kansas tending the injured from a tornado, Newly marries a young woman he was courting. But the news is not all good when Doc Adams discovers she has a life-threatening blood disease.



582 :18x19 - A Quiet Day in Dodge

First aired: Jan/29/1973
Writer: Jack Miller
Director: Alf Kjellin
Guest star: Willie Aames (Andy), Michelle Breeze (Sadie), Helen Page Camp (Mrs. Ballou), Woody Chambliss (Woody Lathrop), Walker Edmiston (Ludlow), John Fiedler (Mr. Ballou), Shug Fisher (Dobie Crimps), Douglas Fowley (Buck Doolin), Leo Gordon (Job Snelling), Margaret Hamilton (Edsel Pry), J. Pat O'Malley (Drummer), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Herb Vigran (Judge Brooker), Charles Wagenheim (Joshua Halligan), Hank Wise (Hank)

Marshal Dillon has trouble with a dangerous prisoner when he returns to Dodge City, having been awake for the past two days.



583 :18x20 - Whelan's Men

First aired: Feb/05/1973
Writer: Ron Bishop
Director: Paul F. Edwards
Guest star: Gerald McRaney (Gentry), William Bramley (Loomis), Tom Brown (Ed O'Connor), Robert Burr (Dan Whelan), Ed Craig (Partridge), Harrison Ford (Hobey), Seamon Glass (Acker), Richard Hale (Miner), Bobby Hall (Musgrove), Roy Roberts (Harry Bodkin), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Frank Ramírez (Breed), Noble Willingham (Tuck)

Miss Kitty challenges a leader of an outlaw gang to a game of high stakes poker, with an absent Matt Dillon's life at stake.



584 :18x21 - Kimbro

First aired: Feb/12/1973
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: William Devane (Moss Stratton), John Anderson (Adam Kimbro), Wendell Baker (John), Lisa Eilbacher (Melody), Tom Falk (Billy Stratton), Doreen Lang (Mary Bentley), Michael Strong (Peak Stratton), Rick Weaver (Turkey Stratton)

Matt Dillon is distraught to learn that the man who taught him everything he knows is now a drunkard, forced to sweep up stables just for whiskey money.



585 :18x22 - Jesse

First aired: Feb/19/1973
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Karen Welch (Agnes), Don Stroud (Pete Murphy), Leonard Stone (Abel Glass), Robert Pine (Link), Brock Peters (Jesse Dillard), Lloyd Nelson (Dr. Miller), Pete Kellett (Drucker), Ted Gehring (Sheriff Bradley), Larry Finley (Bartender), Jim Davis (Dave Carpenter), Regis Cordic (Marshal Halstead), Norman Bartold (Sheriff)

Jesse, a fugitive from the law, is also an old friend of Deputy Festus Haggan.



586 :18x23 - Talbot

First aired: Feb/26/1973
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Bill Williams (Red), Robert Donner (Talbot), Howard Culver (Howie Uzzell), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan), Gloria Dixon (Shirley), Chanin Hale (Sally), Victor Izay (Bull), Peter Jason (Bob Pope), Salome Jens (Katherine), Ed McCready (Man), Ken Swofford (Harkey), Robert Totten (Eli Snider), Charles Wagenheim (Joshua Halligan), Anthony Zerbe (Talbot)

Talbot, an outlaw, falls for the widow of a man he was forced to kill in a gunfight.



587 :18x24 - This Golden Land

First aired: Mar/05/1973
Writer: Hal Sitowitz
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: Paul Stevens (Moshe Gorofsky), Joseph Hindy (Laibel), Bettye Ackerman (Zisha Gorofsky), Kevin Coughlin (Calvin), Richard Dreyfuss (Gearshon Gorofsky), Victor French (Ruxton), Wayne McLaren (Homer), Robert Nichols (Barkeep), Scott Selles (Semel)

A hooligan, known as Ruxton, causes the son of a Russian immigrant, Moshe Gorofsky, to be killed in a brutal hazing incident.



588 :19x01 - Women for Sale (1)

First aired: Sep/10/1973
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: James Whitmore (Fitzpatrick), Kathleen Cody (Cynthia), William Conrad (Narrator), Lieux Dressler (Liz), Gil Escandon (Ten Bears), Dan Ferrone (Dan Ross), Nicholas Hammond (Britt), Sally Kemp (Rachel), Dawn Lyn (Marcy), Ronald Manning (Hoxie), Larry D. Mann (Prichard), Charles Seel (Josiah), Gregory Sierra (Blue Jacket), Shani Wallis (Stella)

Several settlers and travelers are sold to white mercenaries for slave labor and prostitution after being taken captive by a band of renegade Indians.



589 :19x02 - Women for Sale (2)

First aired: Sep/17/1973
Writer: Jim Byrnes
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Nicholas Hammond (Britt), James Whitmore (Fitzpatrick), Kathleen Cody (Cynthia), William Conrad (Narrator), Lieux Dressler (Liz), Dan Ferrone (Dan Ross), Sally Kemp (Rachel), Dawn Lyn (Marcy), Larry D. Mann (Prichard), Charles Seel (Josiah), Gregory Sierra (Blue Jacket), Shani Wallis (Stella)

Marshal Dillon tries to halt a white slave trader from escaping to Mexico, accompanied by Stella and Marcy, who Matt rescued from their Indian captors.



590 :19x03 - Matt's Love Story

First aired: Sep/24/1973
Writer: Ron Bishop
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: Michael Learned (Mike Yardner), Keith Andes (Hasty Starcourt), Steve Defrance (Mio), Victor French (Les Dean), Jonathan Goldsmith (Monte Rupert), Richard Lundin (Canoot), William Schallert (Judge Ray Cordelius), Neil Summers (Man)

Marshal Dillon, wounded and suffering from amnesia, falls for a widow.



591 :19x04 - The Boy and the Sinner

First aired: Oct/01/1973
Writer: Hal Sitowitz
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Read Morgan (Jack Beaver), Ron Moody (Noah Beal), John Crawford (Hugh Eaton), Hal Baylor (Boomer), Florida Friebus (Mrs. Travers), Victor Izay (Bull), Ken Lynch (Jess Bradman), Warren Vanders (Otis Miller), Vincent Van Patten (Colby Eaton)

A drunkard is torn between a promise he made with a pair of gunmen, and his own self-respect and a friendship with a young boy.



592 :19x05 - The Widow-Maker

First aired: Oct/08/1973
Writer: Paul F. Edwards
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Rand Bridges (Deak Towler), Don Carter (Boy), James Chandler (Preacher), J.R. Clark (Sundog Wheeler), Steve Forrest (Scott Coltrane), Jerry Gatlin (Buck Lennart), Barra Grant (Teresa), David Huddleston (Dad Goodpastor), Hank Patterson (Hank Miller), Randolph Roberts (Kid Charma), Ted Jordan (Nathan Burke), Glenn Strange (Sam Noonan)

A retired gunfighter is trying to live a quiet life with the girl he loves, but is haunted by the reputation he earned as a legendary quick draw.



593 :19x06 - Kitty's Love Affair

First aired: Oct/22/1973
Director: Vincent McEveety
Guest star: Rick Hurst (Mayhew), Gerald McRaney (Lonnie Colby), James Almanzar (Clel), Virginia Baker (Mrs. Colby), Rayford Barnes (Dowel), Woody Chambliss (Woody Lathrop), Phil Chambers (Hank), Don Keefer (Turner), Pete Kellett (Curt), Richard Kiley (Will Stambridge), Kenneth Konopka (Station Master), Ed Long (Morg), Del Monroe (Coots), Geoff Parks (Zeke), Jack Perkins (Drummer), Paul Picerni (Grimes), Leonard Stone (Corley Deems), Charles Wagenheim (Joshua Halligan)

Kitty falls in love with Will Stambridge, a reluctant gunfighter who risked his own life to save hers.



594 :19x07 - The Widow and the Rogue

First aired: Oct/29/1973
Director: Bernard McEveety
Guest star: Beth Brickell (Martha Cunningham), Helen Page Camp (Woman), Walker Edmiston (Station Master), Richard Lundin (Stage Driver), Clay O'Brien (Caleb Cunningham), Paul Sorenson (Farmer), James Stacy (J.J. Honegger), Monika Svensson (Daughter)

Festus is en route to Dodge City with a personable thief who plans to escape during the trip to jail.



595 :19x08 - A Game of Death...An Act of Love (1)

First aired: Nov/05/1973
Writer: Paul F. Edwards
Director: Gunner Hellström
Guest star: Paul Stevens (Cicero Wolfe), Michael Learned (May Lassiter),