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White Hunter (1957-58)
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WHITE HUNTER
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A Bernard L. Schubert Presentation  (early episodes) (first 13?)
Filmed  at Twickenham Studios/ Beaconsfield Studios, London, England
with location scenes filmed in Africa
Incorporated Television Programme Company Ltd. (ITP) (later episodes) (final 26?)
Produced by Norman Williams

UK African Adventure series 1957-58     39 episodes x 30 min bw
starring
Rhodes Reason
as John A. Hunter
recurring cast:
Harry Baird as Atimbu

Premise: Stories of a game hunter in Africa. Filmed in the UK with
mainly stock footage from Africa.

Music by Philip Green
African Location Director Bernard Lewis
Story Consultant Donn Mullally

Production Supervisor T.S. Lyndon-Haynes
Director of Photography Brendan Stafford

Background:
Bernard L. Schubert produced the following television series -
" Mr and Mrs North" (1952-54), "Topper" (1953-55), "Adventures of The Falcon" (1954-55)
"Crossroads" (anthology) (1955-57) "White Hunter" (1957-58)
Note:
WHITE HUNTER originally had nothing to do with ITP as early episodes are
credited to BEACONSFIELD FILMS and BERNARD L SCHUBERT only. The ITP logo only
appeared on later episodes---probably 26 out of 39, indicating that money ran
out so Schubert sought extra finance from ITP who took over the whole series.

Directors included:
Ernest Morris (18 eps), Darcy Conyers (7 eps), Joseph Sterling (6 eps),
Peter Maxwell (3 eps), Bernard Lewis (1), Max Varnel (1), Maclean Rogers (1),
Maurice Elvey (1)

Writers (American) included:
Donn Mullally, Ellis Marcus, Lee Leob, Lee Erwin, Robert Yale Libbott,
Frank L. Moss, Herb Purdom

Writers (British) included:
Norman Williams, Ian Stuart Black, Leonard Fincham, Stanley Miller,
Tony O'Grady (better known as Brian Clemens - The Avengers)
Alan Cailloou Ken Taylor, Gilbert Winfield,
Gordon Wellesley and Charlotte Hastings

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[01] White Hunter: THE FUGITIVE
12Oct57 US airdate
Teleplay by Lee Erwin
Directed by Peter Maxwell
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Charles Houston ......... Parker
Tim Turner .............. Leeds
Earl Cameron ............ Komo
Moira Lynd .............. Anne
When Hunter is sent to gorilla country, he finds one of the wardens
of the reserve murdered. He goes after the killer

[02] White Hunter: OPERATION TRANSFER
19Oct57 US airdate
Teleplay by Frank L. Moss
Directed by Darcy Conyers
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Clifford Evans ........... Albert Grunig
John Stone ............... Robert Storm
Tony Sheppard ............ Henry Zender
Carl Conway .............. Peter Reyes
Michael Kelly ............ Arthur Korvin
Henry Longhurst .......... Edward Storm
Colin Tapley ............. Martinson
Albert Grunig, Assistant District Commissioner of a valley-farm
district, has difficulty getting the settlers to move to make
room for a new government dam project. A group of young hotheads
advocates violence and when the official notice to vacate is posted,
a native policeman is shot. Hunter is persuaded to act as arbitrator
in the dispute, but his presence is not popular and an attempt is made on his life.

[03] White Hunter: INSIDE STORY (Verified on Film)
26Oct57 US airdate
Teleplay by Ellis Marcus
Directed by Joseph Sterling
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Barbara Shelley ........... Martha Locklan
Phil Brown ................ Sherman Wick
Cy Grant .................. Arusna
Neal Arden ................ Saville
Jimmy Ramsay .............. Kenduyu
A news photographer is in Africa to do a story on a Cambridge-
educated tribal chief. Hunter tries to stop the newsman from
from distorting the facts.

[04] White Hunter: THE NO-ACCOUNT
2Nov57 US airdate
Teleplay by Lee Leob
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Ronald Leigh-Hunt ........ Slater
Clifford Evans ........... Mason
Mary Laura Wood .......... Barbara
Hugh Moxey ............... A.D.C.
Howard Lang .............. Burrows
A hoodlum attempts to hijack a truckload of medical supplies by
getting his own man in as a relief driver.

[05] White Hunter: BRUTE MAN (a.k.a. Rogue Man)
9Nov57 US airdate
Teleplay by Herb Purdom
Directed by Peter Maxwell
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Edwin Richfield .......... Joe Kells
Gwen Watford ............. Ruth Osterman
John Longden ............. Davidson
Charles Farell ........... Amos Briggs
Peter Carver ............. Sievers
Hugh Moxey ............... James Purley
Hunter organizes a group of professional hunters to track down
the most dangerous game of all.

[06] White Hunter: THE PRISONER
16Nov57 US airdate
Teleplay by Lee Leob
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Catherine Boyle ........ Diane Kendrick
(a.k.a Katie Boyle)
David Oxley ............ Terry Flynn
Peter Sinclair ......... Harijo Sam (Fergus)
Paula Byrne ............ Nora Maxwell
Neil Hallett ........... Insp. Summers
Bertie Green ........... Messenger
Hunter and the police inspector go after a white hunter accused of murder.

[07] White Hunter: BIG BWANA BRADY
23Nov57 US airdate
Teleplay by Lee Erwin
Directed by Joseph Sterling
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
John Crawford .......... Brady
Faith Brook ............ Patricia
Robert Ayres ........... J.W. Evans
An overbearing American-political boss brings his candidate to Africa on a publicity tour.

[08] White Hunter: SQUIRE OF THE SERENGETI
30Nov57 US airdate
Teleplay by Donn Mullally
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Rona Anderson .......... Lenore Mason
John Witty ............. Denis Ashmore
Denis Shaw ............. Peter Carr
Philip Rose ............ M'Kimba
Samuel Mansaray ........ Chief
While on a safari one of Hunter's friends goes off in search of an elephant.

[09] White Hunter: DAY OF RECKONING
7Dec57 US airdate
Teleplay by Donn Mullally
Directed by Darcy Conyers
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Jill Adams ............. Tracey Allen
Barry Keegan ........... Peter Renard
Ivor Salter ............ Karl Dekker
Orlando Martins ........ Chief
Earl Cameron ........... Komo
Hunter's gun bearer dies after throwing himself in front of a striking snake.

[10] White Hunter: FOREST IN THE NIGHT _OR_ FOREST OF THE NIGHT
14Dec57 US airdate
Teleplay by Robert Yale Libott
Directed by Bernard Lewis
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Marianne Brauns ......... Karen Lindeman
Wolf Frees .............. Carl Lindeman
John Rae ................ Peter McLeod
Enid Lorrimer ........... Matron
Ken McGregor ............ Anatole
Hunter is asked to escort the wife of a famous scientist in French Equatorial Africa.

[11] White Hunter: SISTER, MY SPOUSE
21Dec57 US airdate
Teleplay by Donn Mullally
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Barbara Mullen .......... Mother Superior
Thomas Baptiste ......... Kamoba
Arthur Lawrence ......... Dr. Larau
Zoremah ................. Lida
Jean Hooley ............. Sister Agatha
Hunter finds an entire area deserted, including a mission.

[12] White Hunter: THE TROPHY (Verified on Film)
28Dec57 US airdate
Teleplay by Lee Erwin
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Frank Leighton .......... Bartley Kern
Jill Melford ............ Laurie West
Charles Stapley ......... Bill West
Robert Cawdron .......... Doug Gordon
Harry Baird ............. Atimbu (recurring)
While escorting a motion-picture safari, Hunter realizes that
another safari is following in their paths.

[13] White Hunter: WEB OF DEATH (Verified on Film)
4Jan58 US airdate
Teleplay by Ken Taylor
Directed by Darcy Conyers
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
guest cast:
Jeanette Sterke ......... Maria Conti
Peter Illing ............ Dr. Elvin
Peter Reynolds .......... Jack Palmer
Harry Baird ............. Atimbu (recurring)
A geologist hires Hunter to take him and his associate to an abandoned copper mine.

[14] White Hunter: PEGASUS
11Jan58 US airdate
Teleplay by Ken Taylor and Donn Mullally
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
guest cast:
Patricia Roc .......... Marge Wilson
Arthur Lawrence ....... Dr. Sheldon
Trevor Reid ........... Harrison
John Baker ............ 1st Security Officer
Harry Fine ............ 2nd Securuty Officer
Danny Daniels ......... 2nd Bearer
Hunter leads a party in search of a satellite which has fallen into Kenya forest.

[15] White Hunter: THE JACKALS
18Oct58 US airdate
Teleplay by Ellis Marcus
Directed by Darcy Conyers
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Leslie Dwyer .......... Stacey Clarke
Sarah Lawson .......... Hannah Elsom
Richard Neilson ....... Lloyd Elsom
Victor Brooks ......... Tom Frazier
Patrick Jordon ........ Wemblet
Brian Nissen .......... Jerry Douglas
Gordon Harrison ....... McCreery
After escaping from a Tanganika prison, two convicts run into John Hunter.

[16] White Hunter: THE PLAGUE
25Jan58 US airdate
Teleplay by Donn Mullally
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
William Lucas ......... Claude Holby
Jennifer Jayne ........ Irene Holby
Robert Perceval ....... Dr. Redfern
Stanley Van Beers ..... Michael Bridges
Bubonic plague breaks out in Hunter's safari.

[17] White Hunter: THE LONELY PLACE
25Jan58 [us] airdate
8Apr60 [uk] Tyne-Tees
Teleplay by Donn Mullally and Alan Caillou
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Andre Morell ......... Rankin
Barbara Brown ........ Margaret Rankin
Richard Peel ......... Richard Hyde
Harry Baird .......... Atimbu (recurring)
Hunter and a client are fired upon from a mud fort set to protect
law abd order at a water hole in Somali country. Hunter investigates
and finds that the District Officer in charge of the fort has taken
to firing at anyone who approaches the water hole. The Somali are
about to mount an attack on the fort, which can only lead a native uprising.

1.18 [--] White Hunter: KILLER LEOPARD
1Feb58 US airdate
Teleplay by Stanley Miller
Directed by Joseph Sterling
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Roger Delgado ....... Gomez
Leonard Sachs ....... Mortimer
Harry Baird .......... Atimbu (recurring)
Zorenia Osborne ..... M'Kame
Chief Odengo ........ Witch Doctor
Synopsis 1:
An English Doctor wishes to capture a full grown female leopard.
Synopsis 2:
John Hunter is commissioned to obtain a live female leopard by a
visiting scientist. He proceeds on safari with his client - a safari
which involves death and torture.
(14Oct59 ITV Tyne-Tees UK, Wed 10:36 pm)

[19] White Hunter: THE VALLEY OF THE DEAD
8Feb58 US airdate
Produced and Teleplay by Norman Williams
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Alec Mango .......... Maharaja of Kipung
Lawrence Taylor ..... Howard
Edwina Carroll ...... Laila
Billy Milton ........ Gunsmith
Harry Baird ......... Atimbu (recurring)
Frank Hawkins ....... Chief Air Controller
Max Faulkner ........ Air Controller
Hunter becomes involved with a Maharaja recently arrived from
India and his lovely daughter.

[20] White Hunter: THE LONG KNIFE
15Feb58 US airdate
Teleplay by Ian Stuart Black
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Patrick Holt ........ Sandy Williams
Barbara Shelley ..... Anna Williams
Jack Lambert ........ Dr. Mackenzie
Andre Dakar ......... Native Chief
After being attacked, the owner of an animal-collecting station
decifdes to leave for England with his wife.

[21] White Hunter: DEAD MAN'S TALE
22Feb58 US airdate
Teleplay by Leonard Fincham
Directed by Ernest Morris
Guest Cast:
Betty McDowell ...... Kay Gibson
Arnold Diamond ...... James Wilson
Martin Benson ....... Piet Ritter
Lloyd Lamble ........ Insp. Burke
Hunter becomes involved when narcotics from Europe and North Africa
begin turning up in Mombassa on a grand scale.

[22] White Hunter: THE HUNGRY HELL
1Mar58 US airdate
Teleplay by Donn Mullally
Directed by Joseph Sterling
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Christopher Lee ..... Mark Caldwell
Eunice Gayson ....... Thelma Thomas
Brian Worth ......... Alan Thomas
A man and his wife try to make a life for themselves in a remote part of East Africa.

[23] White Hunter: GIRL HUNT
8Mar58 US airdate
Teleplay by Leonard Fincham
Directed by Darcy Conyers
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Beth Rogan .......... Lee Holt
Robert Cawdron ...... Paul Klinger
John Longden ........ Brad Holt
Neal Arden .......... Tallon
Peter Burton ........ Chauvet
Ted Archer .......... Game Warden
Geoffrey Adams ...... Hotel Clerk
Realizing that a rich and spoiled heiress enjoys killing
animals merely for the trill of it, Hunter refuses to guide her.

[24] White Hunter: GUN DUEL
15Mar58 US airdate
Teleplay by Tony O' Grady (later known as Brian Clemens -"The Avengers")
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Francis de Wolff .... Max Early
Hunter is hired to escort Max Early on a safari.

[25] White Hunter: OUT IN THE WIND _or OUT OF THE WIND
22Mar58 US airdate
Teleplay by Ken Taylor
Directed by Joseph Sterling
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Patricia Dainton ... Dr. Anne Clements
Ronan O'Casey ...... Dick Goodwyn
Trevor Reid ........ Harrison
Frank Singuineau ... Kilmani
Max Faulkner ....... Wireless Operator
Leila Williams* ..... Secretary
The plans of a young agricultural officer to rehabilitate
Mau Mau prisoners are wrecked by a feud.
Note: *Leila Williams was the first presenter of the BBC children's
magazine "Blue Peter" (1958-62)

[26] White Hunter: LET MY PEOPLE GO
29Mar58 US airdate
Teleplay by Gordon Wellesley and Charlotte Hastings
Directed by Darcy Conyers
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Frank Singuinea .... Dr. Hudia
Danny Daniels ...... Kuyo
Jack Lambert ....... Dr. Julian
Lloyd Lamble ....... Asst. Superintendent
Orlando Martins .... Kruma
Edna McKenzie ...... Hospital Assistant
Hunter becomes involved with a tribal dispute.

[27] White Hunter: SECOND DEALER
5Apr58 US airdate
Teleplay by Gilbert Winfield
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Maurice Kaufmann ... Farley
John McLaren ....... Harris
Thomas Gallagher ... George Stacey
Tom Chatto ......... Supt. Bradlow
John Hunter plans to get back at two card sharks who have swindled an old man.

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[28] White Hunter: DECISION
12Apr58 US airdate
Teleplay by Herb Purdom
Directed by Maclaen Rogers
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
John Stuart ............ Paul Haggis
Charles Houston ........ Vic Rader
John Fabien ............ Jamie
Dan Jackson ............ Chato
Andre Dakar ............ Kagaya
Hunter befriends a runaway hoodlum, who late becomes a murder
suspect.

[29] White Hunter: ONE FATAL WEAKNESS
Beaconsfield/ITP
19Apr58 [us] airdate
Teleplay by Lee Erwin
Directed by Max Varnel
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Adrienne Corri ......... Maria Vanya (or Varga)
Mervyn Johns ........... Mr. Doak
Jack Taylor ............ Drunk
Hunter and a member of British counter intelligence try to track a mysterious criminal.

[30] White Hunter: THE SICKNESS OF KILIMANJARO (a.k.a. The Lion's Paw)
26Apr58 US airdate
Teleplay by Herb Purdom
Directed by Joseph Sterling
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Lloyd Lamble ........... Superintendent
Andre Dakar ............ Kotitcu
(rest of cast not known)
An alcholic and his wife join a hunting safari in search of man-eating lions.

[31] White Hunter: A MOMENT OF TRUTH (a.k.a Husband Hunt)
3May58 US airdate
Teleplay by Lee Leob
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Tim Turner ............. Denny McAfee
Jennifer Jayne ......... Barbara
John Rae ............... Pete McAfee
Jill Melford ........... Carol
Anthony Bate ........... Pilot
Gerald Case ............ Andy Stevenson
Michael Anthony ........ Harry
Denny McAfee is on a safari to hunt for a full-time husband.

[32] White Hunter: RUN TO EARTH
10May58 US airdate
Teleplay by Robert Yale Libott
Directed by Maurice Elvey
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Andre Morell ........... Manderley
Sandra Dorne ........... Gemma
Harry Fowler ........... Tim Wallington
Arnold Ridley .......... Prof. Rosehill
Madeline Thomas ........ Mrs. Rosehill
Frances Guthrie ........ Alice Sutton
Hugh Moxey ............. Purley
Jack Lambert ........... Banstead
Michael Mellinger ...... Ral Guparji
An ex-profesional hunter who has sworn vengeance on John Hunter
force him into a spot where death seems certain.

[33] White Hunter: MARKED MAN
17May58 US airdate
Teleplay by Lee Leob
Directed by Darcy Conyers
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Jack Hedley ............ Steve Porter
Kay Callard ............ Helen Porter
Gordon Sterne .......... Richardson
Carl Jaffe ............. Martin
Alexander Archdale ..... Smedley
Desmond Roberts ........ Atherton
Nigel Fitzgerald ....... Peterson
Sydney King ............ Williams
Frank Hawkins .......... Insp. Dunlay
A paid killer is sent to East Africa from London to kill a member of Hunter's party.

[34] White Hunter: THE GENERAL (a.k.a. Top Secret)
24May58 US airdate
Teleplay by Frank L. Moss
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Robert Henderson ........ General Walker
Sheldon Lawrence ........ Winfield
Ferdy Mayne ............. Dubois
Andre Mikhelson ......... Ruysman
Peter Swanwick .......... Ezra McGivney
Hunter takes an important US general on a hunting safari in Kenya.
Despite secrecy, two enemy agents track him down.

[35] White Hunter: VOODOO WEDDING
31May58 [us] airdate
15Oct58 [uk] Granada, Wed 6:10 pm
Produced by Norman Williams
Teleplay by Lee Loeb
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Edward Judd ............. Fred Langdon
Robert Shaw ............. Bob Gordon
Gene Anderson ........... Sally Reynolds
Harry Quashie ........... Napi
Hugh Moxey .............. Commissioner
Jack Lambert ............ Dr. Waring
Sammy Wilde (or White) .. Witch Doctor
Eric Francis ............ Clerk in Licence Office
Fred Goddard ............ Policeman
Susan Travers ........... Nurse
Mrs. How ................ Native Woman
Synopsis 1:
In Kenya, where she was born and reared, Sally Reynolds has been
exposed to witchcraft. When she was 10 years old, she and a
neighbour's boy were married in a voodoo ceremony. Now Sally is
planning to become engaged to a white hunter, but her servant,
Napi, tells her that terrible things will happen if she does.
Synopsis 2:
For violating a voodoo wedding, Sally Reynolds is put into a
hypnotic trance while Hunter and her fiancé are on a safari.

[36] White Hunter: THE TREASURE OF TIPPU TIB
7Jun58 [us] airdate
24Dec58 [uk] Granada, Wed 6:10 pm Christmas Eve
Teleplay by Lee Leob
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
John Loder ........... Steve Anderson
Leslie Perrins ....... Harvey Baker
Peter Sinclair ....... Harajo Sam
Synopsis 1:
A long trek on foot brings Hunter and two of his companions upon
a blood-thirsty native war party.
Synopsis 2:
John Hunter's Masai gunbearers try to steal jewels belonging to a tribal chief.

[37] White Hunter: NO SURVIVORS
14Jun58 US airdate
Teleplay by Lee Erwin
Directed by Joseph Sterling
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Mervyn Johns ......... Mr. Doak
Hugh Moxey ........... Capt. Hagen
Gerard Green ......... Major Royce
Maurice Durant ....... Volpo
Walter Gotell ........ Kramer
Richard Goldring ..... Zacharius
William Thorburn ..... Kemp
Steve Plytus ......... Gruber
Laurence Brooks ...... Travers
After guiding a military search party to the site of a plane
wreck in the middle of a rain forest, Hunter is forbidden to investigate.

[38] White Hunter: DEADFALL
21Jun58 US airdate
Teleplay by Lee Leob
Directed by Peter Maxwell
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Patricia Dainton ..... Louise
Ronan O'Casey ........ Harvey Benson
Conrad Phillips ...... Wescott
John Rae ............. Bailey
When Hunter and his friend go house hunting in the White Highlands
on the slopes of Mount Kenya, they discover an assassination plot.

[39] White Hunter: THE STEPFATHERS (final episode)
28Jun58 US airdate
15Mar58 UK Scottish TV Sat 7:00pm
Teleplay by Donn Mullally
Directed by Ernest Morris
Starring: Rhodes Reason (as John A. Hunter)
Guest Cast:
Francis de Wolff ..... Mjumbino Barr
Vincent Ball ......... Trevor
Danny Daniels ........ 2nd bearer
Peter Allenby ........ Spanish Officer
Marcel de Villiers ... 2nd Spanish Officer
Hunter and a former ivory poacher Mjumbino Barr, are sent to the
frontier to curb a rhino invasion from across the border. On
their way they encounter a hot-headed young English nobleman who
after a few close shaves with trouble allows the English hunter
to educate him in the ways of the jungle.

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