CTVA US Western - "Cheyenne" (WB/ABC) Season 3 (1957-58)

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Starring Clint Walker as Cheyenne Bodie
Season 3 (ABC) (1957-58)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
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references:
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ABC Tuesdays 7:30 pm EST 20 episodes
'Cheyenne' alternated with  season 1 of Sugarfoot (20 episodes) starring Will Hutchins
during the 1957-58 season

[--] 17Sep57 - Sugarfoot: #1 "Brannigan's Boots"

3.01 [36] Cheyenne: INCIDENT AT INDIAN SPRINGS
24Sep57 ABC Tue
Written by George Slavin
Directed by Thomas Carr
Guest Cast:
Dan Barton .................... Jim Ellis
Carlyle Mitchell .............. Hug Powell
Bonnie Bolding ................ Mrs. Ellis
John Cliff .................... Ed Curran
Chris Olsen ................... Kenny Powell

[--] 01Oct57 - Sugarfoot: #2 "Reluctant Hero"

3.02 [37] Cheyenne: THE CONSPIRATORS
08Oct57 ABC Tue
Written by James O'Hanlon
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
Guest Cast:
Joan Weldon ................... Nellie Marritt
Guinn Williams ................ Prairie Dog
Tom Conway .................... George Willis

[--] 15Oct57 - Sugarfoot: #3 "The Strange Land"

3.03 [38] Cheyenne: THE MUTTON PUNCHER
22Oct57 ABC Tue
Written by Wells Root
Directed by Franklin Adreon
Guest Cast:
Robert J. Wilke ............... Ben Creed
Marie Windsor ................. Thora Flagg
Lane Bradford ................. Mudcat
Gilman Rankin ................. Ringo
Billy Gray (Father Knows Best)
Lauren Chapin (Father Knows Best)

[--] 29Oct57 - Sugarfoot: #4 "Bunch Quitter"

3.04 [39] Cheyenne: BORDER AFFAIR [verified - DWMcG] (a.k.a. Traveling Princess)
05Nov57 ABC Tue
Produced by Arthur W. Silver
Written by James Gun
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
Director of Photography, Carl Berger, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Erin O'Brien ............ Princess Maria Felitzia
Joy Page ................ Empress Carlotta
Sebastian Cabot ......... General Dubeauchois
Michael Pate ............ Colonel Russot
Linda Watkins ........... Baroness Entrade
And:
Miguel Landa ........... Rosario
Naomi Stevens .......... Mama Fina
Marya Stevens .......... Juana
Paul Fierro ............ Mexican
Felipe Furich .......... Ortiz
Synopsis:
Cheyenne is in Mexico during the French occupation of the country in  the 1860s. He meets and falls in love with the beautiful
Princess Maria  Felitzia. Her royal highness has just arrived from Europe to marry a man she has never met, General Dubeauchois,
an officer in the French Army. The wedding has been arranged as an affair of state and the princess has been led to believe
that the General is a young, handsome and virile soldier. She is horrified to discover that her future bridegroom is fat, middleaged,
  and egotistical. In fact she'd much rather marry Cheyenne. But it is not to be. At the end of the episode Princess Maria
sails back to the old world leaving Cheyenne borkenhearted standing on the dockside watching her ship sail away. [DWMcG]

[--] 12Nov57 - Sugarfoot: #5 "Trail's End"

3.05 [40] Cheyenne: DEVIL'S CANYON
19Nov57 ABC Tue
Directed by Richard L. Bare
Guest Cast:
Robert Foulk .................. Garth
Ainslie Pryor ................. King Forest
Joanna Barnes ................. Alice Claney
Jack "Lash" LaRue.............. Senor Beloze
Mark Cavell ................... Manuel
Myron Healey .................. Chip Claney
Tom McKee ..................... Sheriff Pickering
Gene Roth ..................... Karp

[--] 26Nov57 - Sugarfoot: #6 "Quicksilver"

3.06 [41] Cheyenne: TOWN OF FEAR
03Dec57 ABC Tue
Written by Berne Giler
Directed by Richard L. Bare
Guest Cast:
Walter Coy .................... Sheriff Sam Townley
Alan Wells .................... Teddy Curtis
Steven Darrell ................ Jed Curtis
Kathleen Crowley .............. Marilee Curtis
John Doucette ................. Bill Jenkins

[--] 10Dec57 - Sugarfoot: #7 "Misfire"

3.07 [042] Cheyenne: HIRED GUN
17Dec57 ABC Tue
Produced by Art Silver
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
guest cast:
Don Megowan ................... Kiley Rand
Alan Hale, Jr. ................ Bridgeman (Gilligan's Island)
Whitney Blake ................. Lilli Bridgeman (Hazel)
Douglas Spencer ............... Preacher
Russell Thorson ............... Sheriff Hardin (The Detectives)
Michael Dante ................. Whitey

[--] 24Dec57 - Sugarfoot: #8 "The Stallion Trail"

3.08 [043] Cheyenne: TOP HAND
31Dec57 ABC Tue
Teleplay by OLIVER DRAKE & FREDERIC BRADY
Story by JOSEPH CHADWICK
Directed by Douglas Heyes
Guest Cast
JEANNE COOPER ........ Marie Conover
PAUL SAVAGE .......... George Lambert
ED PRENTISS .......... Ben Gentry
PETER BROWN .......... Clay Conover
WALTER BARNES ........ Chris Barstow
RANKIN MANSFIELD ..... Pete Harley
MACK WILLIAMS ........ Abe Bascombe
TERRY FROST .......... Dan Nayler

[--] 07Jan58 - Sugarfoot: #9 "Small War at Custer Junction"

3.09 [44] Cheyenne: THE LAST COMANCHERO
14Jan58 ABC Tue
Directed by Douglas Heyes
Starring: Clint Walker (as Cheyenne Bodie)
Guest Cast:
Harold J. Stone ............... Rare Larkin
Edward Byrnes ................. Benji Danton
Virginia Aldridge ............. Lois Biscayne
Jonathan Hole ................. Photographer
Synopsis:
A renegade white man who has been caught selling guns and alcohol to the
Indians is threatened by a lynch mob. Cheyenne fights to save the man's life. [RF]

[--] 21Jan58 - Sugarfoot: #10 "Bullet Proof"

3.10 [45] Cheyenne: THE GAMBLE
28Jan58 ABC Tue
Written by Albert Aley
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
Guest Cast:
Evelyn Ankers ................. Robbie James
James Seay .................... Duke Tavener
Theodora Davitt ............... Dani James
Charles Fredericks ............ Dutch Teagle
Raymond Hatton ................ Mouse

[--] 04Feb58 - Sugarfoot: #11 "Deadlock"

3.11 [46] Cheyenne: RENEGADES
11Feb58 ABC Tue
Written by Oliver Drake
Directed by Alan Crosland Jr.
Guest Cast:
Peter Brown ................... Jed Wayne
Olive Sturgess ................ Kathy Donovan
Bartlett Robinson ............. Col. Ralph Donovan
Steven Darrell ................ Little Elk
Connie Buck ................... Latoma
Tom McKee ..................... Sgt. John Horne
Mike Forest ................... Yellow Lance
TOM FADDEN as Sgt Utah Bridger
STEVE PENDLETON as Sgt. Tom Wayne
ROY BARCROFT as Sheriff Clem Willoughby
JOE BROOKS as Armed Sentry
Synopsis:
Peace negotiations with the Commanches Indians break down, and Cheyenne, who has been captured by the
Commanches, tries to think of a plan which will prevent bloodshed.
(UK: 27Dec58 ABC Midlands/North UK, Sat 7:00 pm)

[--] 18Feb58 - Sugarfoot: #12 "Man Wanted"

3.12 [47] Cheyenne: THE EMPTY GUN
25Feb58 ABC Tue
Directed by Alan Crosland Jr.
Guest Cast:
Audrey Totter ................. Martha
John Russell .................. Matt Reardon (Lawman)
Sean Garrison ................. Mike

[--] 04Mar58 - Sugarfoot: #13 "The Dead Hills"

3.13 [48] Cheyenne: WHITE WARRIOR [verified -DWMcG]
11Mar58 ABC Tue
Produced by Arthur W. Silver
Teleplay by Barney Slater & Howard Browne/ Story by Howard Browne
Directed by Lee Sholem
Director of Photography, Perry Finneman
Guest Cast:
Randy Stuart ............ Clara Bolton, Pioneer Woman
Peter Whitney ........... Eli Henderson
Michael Landon .......... Alan Horn / White Hawk
Richard Garland ......... Lyle Gordon
Morris Ankrum ........... Matt Benedict
And:
Paul Smith .............. Pinto Collins
Saundra Edwards ......... Lois Widden
Chuck Courtney .......... Neil Benedict
John Perry .............. Homer Duffield
Iron Eyes Cody .......... Con-Ya-Den
Synopsis:
Cheyenne is traveling west with a wagon train under the charge of wagonmaster Eli Henderson. He is suspicious of  Henderson
who he suspects is leading the wagon train into a trap with the intention of returning after the settlers have all been killed to loot
their possessions. Cheyenne has his suspicions confirmed when the wagons are attacked by hostile Indians and Henderson is
nowhere to be seen.  [DWMcG]

[--] 18Mar58 - Sugarfoot: #14 "A Wreath for Charity Lloyd"

3.14 [49] Cheyenne: GHOST OF THE CIMARRON [verified -DWMcG]
25Mar58 ABC Tue
Produced by Arthur W. Silver
Teleplay by Teddi Sherman & James Gunn/ Story by Harry Sinclair Drago
Directed by Lee Sholem
Director of Photography, Wesley Anderson
Guest Cast
Vaughn Taylor ............ Doc Johnson
Patrick McVey ............ Kim Younger
Russ Conway .............. U.S. Marshal Heck Short
And:
Wright King .............. The Kiowa Kid
Peter Brown .............. Billy Younger
Isabelle Dawn ............ Powder Kate
Duane Grey ............... Luke Coffey
John McKee ............... Ike Patrick
Synopsis:
Trapped into traveling with a holdup gang, Cheyenne soon learns that the marshal and his posse, hunting the gang, include him
as one of the outlaws. After being double crossed by one of their own men, the Kiowa Kid, most of the gang are killed in a
gunfight with the posse. Cheyenne is then forced to hide with the wounded leader of the gang, Doc Johnson, who has one
burning ambition - to have his revenge on the Kiowa Kid. [DWMcG]

[--] 01Apr58 - Sugarfoot: #15 "Hideout"

3.15 [50] Cheyenne: WAGON-TONGUE NORTH
08Apr58 ABC Tue
Written by Wells Root
Directed by Lee Sholem
Guest Cast:
Ann McCrae .................... Faith Swain
Howard Petrie
Frank de Kova (F Troop)

[--] 15Apr58 - Sugarfoot: #16 "Guns for Big Bear" (a.k.a. Contraband Cargo)

3.16 [51] Cheyenne: THE LONG SEARCH
22Apr58 ABC Tue
Directed by Lee Sholem
Guest Cast:
Claude Akins .................. Sheriff Bob Walters
Norman Frederic ............... Char
Randy Stuart .................. Peg Ellis
Kim Charney ................... Kenny Carver
Gail Kobe ..................... Dell Carver
Tommy Farrell ................. Charlie Carver

[--] 29Apr58 - Sugarfoot: #17 "Price on His Head"

3.17 [52] Cheyenne: STANDOFF
06May58 ABC Mon
Written by Berne Giler
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
Guest Cast:
Rodolfo Acosta ................ Lobos
Richard Garland ............... Beloin
Joy Page ...................... Maria Vargas
H.M. Wynant ................... Ortega
Joe Dominguez ................. the Mayor

[--] 13May58 - Sugarfoot: #18 "Short Range"

3.18 [53] Cheyenne: DEAD TO RIGHTS
20May58 ABC Mon
Directed by Leslie H. Martinson
Guest Cast:
John Russell .................. Sayfor Hornbrook
Michael Connors ............... Roy Simmons (Mannix)
Joanna Barnes ................. Adelaide Marshall
Don Megowan ................... Gregg Dewey
Donald "Red" Barry ............ Shorty Jones

[--] 27May58 - Sugarfoot: #19 "The Bullet and the Cross"

3.19 [54] Cheyenne: NOOSE AT NOON
03Jun58 ABC Mon
Directed by Howard W. Koch
Guest Cast:
Charles Quinlivan ............. Jim O'Neil
Theona Bryant ................. Mary
Robert Bray ................... Duke Rhein

[--] 10Jun58 - Sugarfoot: #20 Mule Team

3.20 [55] Cheyenne: THE ANGRY SKY [verified -DWMcG]
17Jun58 ABC Mon
Produced by Arthur W. Silver
Witten and Directed by Montgomery Pittman
Directro of Photography, Ralph Woolsey, A.S.C.
Guest Cast:
Adele Mara .................... Rose Ward
Andrew Duggan ................. Judge Granger Ward
Joan Evans .................... Lilac Allen
Synopsis:
It is Christmas time and the countryside is under a covering of snow. Cheyenne is part of a posse chasing Black Jack, a
mysterious robber and murderer. He gets separated from the rest of the posse but manages to pick up Black Jack's trail.
As he follows it Cheyenne is unaware that the killer has doubled back and is now behind him. Black Jack shoots Cheyenne
in the back and taking his gunbelt leaves Cheyenne to perish in the snow. He is found bt Lilac Allen and taken to the log
cabin where she lives with her older sister, Rose Ward. While recovering from his wounds Cheyenne learns that Rose
is the wife of Circuit Judge Granger Ward, at present away from home, and that the shy and awkward Lilac is jealous
of her older sister. [DWMcG]

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