CTVA Western - "Casey Jones" (Screen Gems) (1957-58) starring Alan Hale, Jr

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Casey Jones (1957-58)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Trevor Douglas, Sal Crisanti
references:
Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
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Broken Wheel Ranch website
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CASEY JONES
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Briskin Production (Jerry Briskin)
Screen Gems Film Presentation
Television Subsidiary of Columbia Pictures Corporation

for
First-Run Syndication
Produced by Harold Greene (15 episodes)
Produced by Kenneth Gamet (15 episodes)
Produced By Samuel Bischoff (2 episodes - #18, #25)

US Western series 1957-58 32 episodes x 30 min bw
starring
Alan Hale, Jr.
as  Casey Jones
Bobby Clark
as Casey Jones, Jr, Casey's son (all episodes)
with:
Dub Taylor as Wallie Sims (31 episodes)(NOT #6)
Eddy Waller as Red Rock (Smith)(31 episodes)(NOT #9)
and:
  Mary Lawrence (on film)  /  Mary Laurence (imdb error)  as Alice Jones, Casey's wife (13 episodes)
Recurring Cast:
Paul Keast
as Nathanial Carter, President of the Railroad (10 episodes)
Jim Bannon as Sheriff Tom Tynes (7 episodes)

Premise :
Set in Illinois, Tennessee 1890's, "Casey Jones"  family adventure series
tells the story of John Luther 'Casey' Jones, engineer of the
"Midwest and Illinois Central Railroad" on the "Cannonball Express".
Also included are his son, Casey Junior, wife Alice and their dog, Cinders.
The dedicated crew of the Cannonball Express consists of Fireman Wallie
Sims and Conductor - Red Rock Smith. On hand to a lesser degree are
Railroad Manager Nathanial Carter and Sheriff Tom Tynes.)

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DIRECTORS INCLUDED:
GEORGE BLAIR, LEW LANDERS, ABBY BERLIN, SIDNEY SALKOW
ASSISTANT DIRECTORS INCLUDED: HERB WALLERSTEIN AND MAX STEIN
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WRITERS INCLUDED:
STEPHEN LONGSTREET, JOHN K. BUTLER, LEE ERWIN, KEVIN DAVID,
BILL BARRETT
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PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: SEYMOUR FRIEDMAN
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DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: IRVING LIPPMAN
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EDITORIAL SUPERVISOR: RICHARD FANTL
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FILMING LOCATIONS INCLUDED:
COLUMBIA PICTURES BACKLOT AND WESTERN STREET,
CORRIGANVILLE RANCH AND WESTERN STREET,
SAUGUS RAILROAD STATION, SAUGUS,CALIFORNIA

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Episodes listed in Production no. Order

[01] Casey Jones: NIGHT MAIL (1957)
Prod. no. 1 (copyright date 8Oct57)
Produced By HAROLD GREENE
Written by STEPHEN LONGSTREET
Directed by SIDNEY SALKOW
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Mary Lawrence as Alice Jones
Guest Cast:
PAUL KEAST ............. Nathanial Carter (recurring)
PAT HOGAN .............. Sam Peachpit
MORT MILLS ............. Mike Nelson
JON HALL ............... Gunman #1
ZON MURRAY ............. Gunman #2
also: [SC]
GLENN STRANGE, WAYNE MALLORY, HARRY STRANG, DUANE THORSEN, GIL PERKINS.
Synopsis 1:
Casey receives a telegraph from Nathanial Carter in St. Louis. The
Cannonball Express must race rival engine, The Swamp Tiger, in order
to win an important mail contract. [TD]
Synopsis 2:
CASEY JONES AND THE 'CANNOBALL EXPRESS'ENTER A RACE AGAINTS THEIR
RIVAL, THE SOUTHERN & PANHANDLE RAILWAY. THE ONE THAT CAN DELIVER
THE MAIL FIRST TO FORT WORTH WILL WIN THE GOVERNMENT CONTRACT. ALONG
THE WAY CASEY AND HIS CREW ENCOUNTER MANY MAN-MADE OBSTICALS. [SC]

[02] Casey Jones: SPURLINE TO DANGER (1957)
prod. no. 2 (copyright date 16Oct57)
Produced by HAROLD GREENE
Written by TONY BARRETT
Directed by LEW LANDERS
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Mary Lawrence as Alice Jones
Guest Cast:
WILLIAM LESLIE .......... Captain Paul Young
ROBERT CORNTHWAITE ...... Colonel Bullock
WILLIS BOUCHEY .......... Morgan Grant
JOSEPH VITALE ........... Grey Wolf
A ruthless Colonel is bent on wiping out marauding Indians.[TJ]

[03] Casey Jones: DEATH RIDES THE TENDER (1957)
prod. no. 3 (copyright date 21Oct57)
Produced by HAROLD GREENE
Written by ELLIS MARCUS
Directed by LEW LANDERS
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Guest Cast:
RAY TEAL ............. Pete Dunlap
SHERIDAN COMERATE .... Tom Dunlap
TOM McKEE ............ Sheriff Tompkins
(Unknown Actor) ...... Ed Jenkins
A mysterious young man in black shoots old prospector Ed Jenkins in
the back and steals his map. Casey and Sheriff Tompkins travel by
handcar to Coleville and capture the man, who turns out to be Pete
Dunlap's son, Tom. Pete decides to sabotage The Cannonball Express
in order to prevent Casey from testifying against Tom. [TD]

[04] Casey Jones: THE GUNSLINGER (1957)
prod. no. 4 (copyright date 23Oct57)
Produced by HAROLD GREENE
Written by LEE ERWIN
Directed by LEW LANDERS
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Guest Cast:
WILLIAM BRYANT ......... Doc Bailey
HARRY SHANNON .......... Sheriff Norton
DOROTHY MORRIS ......... Emma
CHERYL CALLAWAY ........ Susie
Casey Jr. is taken in by the exploits of his idol, gunslinger Doc
Bailey, who has a $10,000 reward on his head. [TD]

[05] Casey Jones: A BADGE FOR CASEY (1957)
prod. no. 5 (copyright date 28Oct57)
Produced by HAROL GREENE
Written by AMONA FISHER
Directed by ABBY BERLIN
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Guest Cast:
LEE VAN CLEEF .......... Mort Clio
MICHAEL CARR ........... Vener Ogilvie
Dick Rich .............. Bull Morgan
X. BRANDS .............. Louis Lacero
Casey must take a stand against ruthless outlaw Mort Clio. [TD]

[06] Casey Jones: THE TRACKWALKER (1957)
prod. no. 6 (copyright date 04Nov57)
Produced By HAROLD GREENE
Written By THOMAS SELLER
Directed By ABBY BERLIN
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, (Dub Taylor - NOT in this episode)
Guest Cast:
RUSSELL JOHNSON ....... Jeff Tyler
GEORGE BERKLEY ........ George
TED DECORSIA ......... Vic Hogan
Former railroad engineer Jeff Tyler is being blackmailed by Vic Hogan,
until Casey steps in to assist. [TD]

[07] Casey Jones: PRISON TRAIN (1957)
prod. no. 7 (copyright date 11Nov57)
Produced By KENNETH GAMET
Written By BIL BARRETT
Directed By ABBY BERLIN
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Guest Cast:
JAMES GAVIN ............. Sergeant Jarrod
BING RUSSELL ............ Baylor
STEWART BRADLEY ......... Vance
CHUCK COURTNEY .......... Andy Hartman
(Unknown Actor) ......... Reed
(Unknown Actor) ......... Treasury Agent Peter Holmes
also: [SC]
HARRY HICKOX, KEITH RICHARDS, DAN SHERIDAN, DUANE THORSEN,
FRED KRONE.
Synopsis 1:
CASEY IS ASKED TO TRANSPORT ARMY PRISONER'S ON THE 'CANNONBALL EXPRESS'
TO FORT LEVENWORTH, AND ALSO A SECRET SHIPMENT OF GOLD BULLION. [SC]
Synopsis 2:
The Cannonball is transporting military prisoners to Leavenworth and
Casey is ordered by U.S. Treasury Agent Peter Holmes to include a
crate of gold bullion disguised as explosives. The passengers and
crew are ambushed by outlaws intent on stealing the gold. [TD]

[08] Casey Jones: PRESIDENT'S SPECIAL (1957)
prod. no. 8 (copyright date 18Nov57)
Produced By KENNETH GAMET
Written By FRANK L. MOSS
Directed By ABBY BERLIN
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Mary Lawrence as Alice Jones
Guest Cast:
PAUL KEAST ............. Nathanial Carter (recurring)
ROBERT J. STEVENSON .... Bill Maguire
PRESTON HANSON ......... Peter Rand (Charles Upton)
PAUL SORENSON .......... Jess Steadman
Secret Service Agent Bill Maguire informs Casey that he will will
be needed for a special run - to transport the President of the
United States. Trouble ensues when Agent Charles Upton is knocked
unconscious and an imposter takes his place. [TD]

[09] Casey Jones: WAY STATION (1957)
prod. no. 9 (copyright date 25Nov57)
Produced By HAROLD GREENE
Written By BERNE GILNER
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: (Eddy Waller- NOT in this episode), Dub Taylor
Guest Cast:
JAN MERLIN ............ Kenny
RICHARD BAKALYAN ...... Jackie
KEN BECKER ............ Willis
WALTER BALDWIN ........ Conductor
GRANT RICHARDS ........ Tay Putnam
ANN BAKER ............. Jeannie
GEORGE CISAR .......... Passenger
(Unknown Actor) ....... Gus (Telegraph Operator)
Outlaws Kenny, Jackie and Willis ambush The Cannonball Express and
hold the passengers and crew hostage at a way station in order to
steal a shipment of registered mail. [TD]

[10] Casey Jones: SATAN'S WAIL (1957)
prod. no. 10 (copyright date 02Dec57)
Produced By KENNETH GAMET
Written By EARL BALDWIN
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Mary Lawrence as Alice Jones
Guest Cast:
ALEXANDER CAMPBELL ..... Marshal Ed Rawley
CHRIS ALCAIDE .......... Dan Durgin
LYNN SHUBERT ........... Dead Eye
TYLER McVEY ............ Mr. Fergus
STANLEY FARRAR ......... Bank President Mr. W. O. Adams
(Unknown Actor)......... Captain Meade
(Unknown Actor)......... Corporal
Casey Jr. decides to become a telegrapher, which comes in handy when
Casey installs a new whistle on The Cannonball Express. Meanwhile,
outlaws ambush a military outfit in order to rob The Cannonball
which is about to move the entire contents of the Cottonwood Bank -
over one million dollars. [TD]

[11] Casey Jones: THE OLD TIMER (1957)
prod. no. 11 (copyright date 09Dec57)
Produced By HAROLD GREENE
Teleplay By KENNETH A. ENOCHS
Based On A Story By CHRISTOPHER KNOPF
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Mary Lawrence as Alice Jones
Guest Cast:
KENNETH MacDONALD ..... Joshua T. Kirby
JOE CONLEY ............ Conductor Adrrel
It is a sad day for The Cannonball Express crew when the board of
directors decide that Red Rock Smith should retire. Meanwhile, the
track ahead is out and Red Rock makes a daring attempt to signal
Casey of the danger. A meeting with Joshua T. Kirby, Chairman, Board
Of Directors for Midwest & Central Rail Roads ensues with good news
for Red Rock. [TD]

[12] Casey Jones: RUN TO DEADWOOD (1957)
prod. no. 12 (copyright date 16Dec57)
Produced By KENNETH GAMET
Written By JOHN K. BUTLER
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Guest Cast:
JOE DE SANTIS .......... Clyde Buchanan
LEE ROBERTS ............ Sergeant McGinnis
PATRICK SEXTON ......... Private Slocom
DON CARLOS ............. Geronimo
ROBERT HENDRICK ........ Corporal Ewing
(Unknown Actress) ...... Woman Passenger
Casey is ordered by the army to transport their prisoner - Geronimo -
to Deadwood. A reluctant stagecoach driver - Clyde Buchanan, is also
ordered to accompany Casey. The Cannonball is ambushed by Indians and
Casey must take the reigns of a stagecoach to outrun them. [TD]

[13] Casey Jones: THE MARAUDERS (1957)
prod. no. (copyright date 23Dec57)
Produced By KENNETH GAMET
Written By BILL BARRETT
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Mary Lawrence as Alice Jones
Guest Cast:
PAUL KEAST ............. Nathanial Carter (recurring)
JIM BANNON ............. Sheriff Tom Tynes (recurring)
HARRY LAUTER ........... George Garson
ROBERT KNAPP ........... Morgan
BEN ERWAY .............. Struthers
NORMAN LEAVITT ......... Vic Presby (recurring)
Casey is under strict orders by United States Marshal George Garson
and Nathanial Carter to wreck a train enroute to Dover City. Later he
must contend with bank robbers headed by Morgan. [TD]

[14] Casey Jones: ONE-WAY TICKET (1957)
prod. no. 14 (copyright date 30Dec57)
Produced By KENNETH GAMET
Written By LAWRENCE RESNER
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Mary Lawrence as Alice Jones
Guest Cast:
JIM BANNON ............. Sheriff Tom Tynes (recurring)
HOWARD NEGLEY .......... Luther Wagner
JIMMY LYDON ............ Johnny Ferguson
KEN MAYER .............. Bruno
JUDY SOCHOR ............ Sally Merchant
KELLY THORDSEN ......... Williams
NORMAN LEAVITT ......... Vic Presby (recurring)
(Unknown Actor) ........ Frank
Luther Wagner will stop at nothing to see that Johnny Ferguson,
recently released from prison, is sent to the gallows. [TD]

[15] Casey Jones: LOST TRAIN (1957)
prod. no. 15 (copyright date 30Dec57)
Produced By KENNETH GAMET
Written By J. ROBERT BREN AND GLADYS ATWATER
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Guest Cast:
JIM BANNON ............. Sheirff Tom Tynes (recurring)
MALCOLM ATTERBURY ...... Migs
MYRON HEALEY ........... Dan
JAMES ANDERSON ......... Hackley
NORMAN LEAVITT ......... Vic Presby (recurring)
Three criminals intend to use The Cannonball Express to transport
a cache of stolen gold. [TD]

[16] Casey Jones: STORM WARNING (1957)
prod. no. 16 (copyright date 30Dec57)
Produced By KENNETH GAMET
Written By JOHN K. BUTLER
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Mary Lawrence as Alice Jones
Guest Cast:
JIM BANNON .............. Sheriff Tom Tynes (recurring)
DENVER PYLE ............. Frank Reeder
ROBERT JORDAN ........... Billy Mapes
VIRGINIA CHRISTINE ...... Doris Jones
HAL TAGGART ............. Doctor Thorne
During a storm, Frank Reeder and his men hold Casey and his family hostage. [TD]

[17] Casey Jones: IRON MEN (1957)
prod. no. 17 (copyright date 30Dec57)
Written By FRANK MOSS
Produced By KENNETH GAMET
Directed by GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Guest Cast:
Jud Harley...................STAFFORD REPP
Sam Peterson................DANIEL WHITE
Olaf Svenson.................ERIC FELDARY
Carl Svenson.................STANLEY FAFARA
European railroad workers, headed by Olaf Svenson, are bullied by
Jud Harley and his men, who are against the homesteaders settling
in their territory. [TD]

[18] Casey Jones: GIRL IN THE CAB (1957)
prod. no. 18 (copyright date 30Dec57)
Produced By SAMUEL BISCHOFF
Written By KAY LENARD AND JESS CARNEOL
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Mary Lawrence as Alice Jones
Guest Cast:
JIM BANNON ............... Sheriff Tom Tynes (recurring)
RUSS CONWAY .............. Frank Russell
HELEN WESTCOTT ........... Bonnie Meade
HAVIS DAVENPORT .......... Margaret Cummings
PETER BROCCO ............. Gillis
(Unknown Actor) .......... Mr. Pierce
Synopsis 1:
Casey becomes involved in an insurance fraud, headed by Frank Russell
and Bonnie Meade. [TD]
Synopsis 2:
Casey allows a girl to take refuge on the footplate of the Cannonball
believing that she is fleeing from outlaws. His kind action leads
him into unexpected dangers.
(21Feb62 A-R London UK, Wed 5:25PM)

[19] Casey Jones: NIGHT RUN (1957)
prod. no. 19 (copyright date 30Dec57)
Produced By HAROLD GREENE
Written By OSCAR BRODNEY
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Guest Cast:
S. JOHN LAUNER .......... Sam Jasper
WILL WRIGHT ............. Ed Corley
HARRY HARVEY JR ......... Tod Corley
JOHN MITCHUM ............ Foreman
The Cannonball Express is temporarily stranded as rising flood water
threaten the lives of the passengers and crew. [TD]

[20] Casey Jones: LAYOVER AT JAMESTOWN (1957)
Prod. no. 20 (copyright date 30Dec57)
Produced by Harold Greene
Written by Kevin David
Directed by George Blair
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Mary Lawrence (on opening credits - but NOT in this episode)
Guest Cast:
James Bell ............... Sam Wilson (Henry Morgan)
Leo Gordon ............... Gray
Roy Barcroft ............. Sheriff Ray Barton
John Dierkes ............. Grimes
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Director of Photography .. Irving Lippman
Art Director ............. Robert Boyle
Supervising Editor ....... Richard Fantl, A.C.E.
Film Editor .............. Joseph Silver
Set Decorator ............ Frank A. Tuttle
Production Assistant ..... Seymour Friedman
Assistant Director ....... Herb Wallerstein
Westrex Recording System
Casey becomes involved with an obsessed ex- lawman, out to avenge
the death of his brother by Sam Wilson, twenty years earlier. [TD]

[21] Casey Jones: THE BLACK BOX (1957)
prod. no. 21 (copyright date 30Dec57)
Produced by HAROLD GREENE
Teleplay by WELLS ROOT / From A Story by PAUL SAVAGE
Directed by GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Guest Cast:
PAUL KEAST ............ Nathanial Carter (recurring)
HERBERT RUDLEY ........ Selkirk
ADELE MARA ............ Maria
DONALD LAWTON ......... Pedro
JOHN ELDREDGE ......... Standish
During a stopover at Fort, Casey is ordered by Nathanial Carter to
carry a shipment of priceless jewels to Mexico. A cunning criminal
will stop at nothing to steal them. [TD]

[22] Casey Jones: STAR WITNESS (1957)
Prod. no. 22 (copyright date 30Dec57)
Produced by KENNETH GAMET
Teleplay by JOHN K. BUTLER / From a Story By DONALD H. CLARK
Directed by GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Guest Cast:
PAUL KEAST ............ Nathanial Carter (recurring)
STEVE PENDLETON ....... Marshal Purvis
EVE McVEAGH ........... Nell Dixon
PAUL McGUIRE .......... Tod Hunter
HAL BAYLOR ............ Tom Riley
STANLEY ADAMS ......... Fowler
EDDIE RYDER ........... Doctor Hines
Synopsis 1:
A GOVERNMENT WITNESS IS ABOARD THE 'CANNONBALL EXPRESS' HEADED FOR
DENVER. CASEY LEARNS THAT A TIME BOMB IS HIDDEN ON THE TRAIN AND ONE
OF THE PASSINGER'S IS RESPONSIBLE. [SC]
Synopsis 2:
Nell Dixon is the star witness in an upcoming trial and someone
has planted a bomb on the Cannonball Express to ensure she does
not reach her destination to testify. [TD]

[23] Casey Jones: THE DUTCH CLOCK (1957)
prod. no. 23 (copyright date 30Dec57)
Produced by ??
Teleplay By BILL BARRETT / From A Story By POLLY JAMES & TOM KILPATRICK
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Mary Lawrence as Alice Jones
Guest Cast:
PAUL KEAST ............. Nathanial Carter (recurring)
JIM BANNON ............. Sheriff Tom Tynes (recurring)
WILLIAM BAKEWELL ....... Ben Slater
TOM MONROE ............. Jake Kane
WALLY VERNON ........... Giles
DUDLEY PICKETT ......... Timmy Slater
Nathanial Carter has a Dutch Clock installed on the Cannonball
Express because residents believe Casey's train is causing damage
to their properties. [TD]

[24] Casey Jones: DARK RIDER (1957)
prod. no. 24 (copyright date 30Dec57)
Produced by HAROLD GREENE
Teleplay by MERWIN GERARD /From a Story by ROBERT EISENBACH
Directed by GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Guest Cast:
HOWARD PETRIE .......... George Newsome
FRANCIS ROBINSON ....... Amanda Newsome
PETER ADAMS ............ Doctor John Morton
CAIN MASON ............. Tom Dolan
CLARENCE STRAIGHT ...... Keefer
The Cannonball Express is quarantined due to a suspected outbreak of smallpox. [TD]

[25] Casey Jones: DANGEROUS HOURS (1958)
prod. no. 25 (copyright date 17Mar58)
Produced By SAMUEL BISCHOFF
Written By CRANE WILBUR
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Mary Lawrence as Alice Jones
Guest Cast:
ANTHONY CARUSO ........... Rick Madden
GREGG BARTON ............. Harry Longbaugh
DON GARRETT .............. Matt Logan
MATT WINSTON ............. Ben Kilpatrick
Rick Madden (masquerading as cattle buyer Emerson) and his gang intend
to rob the bank at Midvale and force Casey to assist them in their getaway. [TD]

[26] Casey Jones: TREASURE OF SAM BASS (1958)
prod. no. 26 (copyright date 24Mar58)
Produced By KENNETH GAMET
Teleplay By JOHN K. BUTLER / From A Story By GEORGE AND GERTRUDE FASS
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Mary Lawrence as Alice Jones
Guest Cast:
JIM BANNON ............. Sheriff Tom Tynes (recurring)
STACY HARRIS ........... Gene Deming
DOROTHY GREEN .......... Helen Deming
HENRY WILLS ............ Jack Larkin
Casey Jr discovers a map he believes may lead to a pirate's treasure.
Gene and Helen Deming know otherwise. [TD]

[27] Casey Jones: HARD LUCK TRAIN (1958)
prod. no. 27 (copyright date 31Mar58)
Produced By KENNETH GAMET
Written By BILL BARRETT
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Guest Cast:
PAUL KEAST .......... Nathanial Carter (recurring)
BILL HENRY .......... Earl Bonner
FRANCIS DeSALES ..... Hoskins
G. PAT COLLINS ...... Baines
WALTER REED ......... Philips
Earl Bonner has a spate of bad luck wile working on The Cannonball
Express until Casey decides to investigate. [TD]

[28] Casey Jones: THE SILK TRAIN (1958)
prod. no. 28 (copyright date 07Apr58)
Produced By KENNETH GAMET
Written By JOHN K. BUTLER
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Guest Cast:
DON C. HARVEY ....... Steve Barrett
JACK LOMAS .......... Ed Dolliver
ED KENNEY ........... Henry Wheelan
RICHARD POWERS ...... John Patrick
EMERON TREACY ....... Joe Greenleaf
PERCY HELTON ........ Passenger
During a stopover at San Pablo Siding to make way for a silk train,
Casey and his crew are involved in a robbery. [TD]

[29] Casey Jones: LETHAL JOURNEY (1958)
prod. no. 29 (copyright date 14Apr58)
Produced By HAROLD GREENE
Written By ARTHUR ORLOFF
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Guest Cast:
PAUL KEAST ............ Nathanial Carter (recurring)
FRED GRAHAM ........... Joe Welch
DOUGLAS ODNEY ......... Charles Lewis
CHARLES QUIGLEY ....... George Hunter
FREDERICK FORD ........ Bill Jordan
ROBERT BICE ........... Mike Collins
A mining crew are trapped in a cave-in. Casey, Red Rock and Wallie
must transport a cargo of Nitro Glycerine to rescue the men. [TD]

[30] Casey Jones: HONEYMOON EXPRESS (1958)
prod. no. 30 (copyright date 21Apr58)
Produced By KENNETH GAMET
Written By BILL BARRETT
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Guest Cast:
PAUL KEAST ............ Nathanial Carter (recurring)
WILLARD WATERMAN ...... Arlo Bradford
FLOYD CHRISTY ......... Wiley
REED HOWES ............ Collier
BOB HOPKINS ........... Pool
Casey becomes suspicious when wealthy blowhard Arlo Bradford charters
the Cannonball Express as a 'Honeymoon Express'. [TD]

[31] Casey Jones: THE FIRE EATER (1958)
prod. no. 31 (copyright date 28Apr58)
Produced By KENNETH GAMET
Written By BILL BARRETT
Directed By GEORGE BLAIR
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Guest Cast:
LOUIS JEAN HEYDT ......... Ben Mallory
ROBERT LOWERY ............ Greg Pontus
ANGELA STEVENS ........... Caroline Sawyer
FRANK LACKTEEN ........... Chief
Ben Mallory, a friend of Casey's is branded a coward by Gregory
Pontus, until The Cannonball Express becomes stranded and Ben is
given a second chance to prove himself. [TD]

[32] Casey Jones: MRS. CASEY JONES (1958)
final episode)
Prod. no. 32 (copyright date 05May58)
Produced By HAROLD GREENE
Teleplay By MARY McCALL JR / From A Story By LEE ERWIN
Directed By LEW LANDERS
Starring: Alan Hale, Jr, and: Bobby Clark
With: Eddy Waller, Dub Taylor
Mary Lawrence as Alice Jones
Guest Cast:
PAUL KEAST .............. Nathanial Carter (recurring)
TOM FADDEN .............. Griswold
WILLIAM CHALLEE ......... Barlow
Alice pleads with Mr. Carter to promote Casey to District Manager due
to the dangerous nature of his job. [TD]

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