CTVA Western - "Cimarron Strip" (CBS)(1967-68)(90min) starring Stuart Whitman

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Cimarron City (Revue/NBC)(1958-59) starring George Montgomery
Cimarron Strip (CBS)(1967-68) starring Stuart Whitman

Cimarron Strip (1967-68)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Sal Crisanti, Steve Jensen
references:
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A CBS Television Network Production
in association with Stuart Whitman,Inc.
Filmed at CBS Studio Center, Studio City, California
for
CBS (Thursdays 7:30-9:00 pm EST)
Executive Producer Philip Leacock
Produced by Bernard McEveety & Douglas Benton;
Developed by & Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf
Unit Production Manager: Christopher Seiter

US Wwestern series 1967-68 23 episodes x 90 min. slot color
(actual running time without commercials around 74 min)
starring
Stuart Whitman
as  U.S. Marshal Jim Crown
with:
Percy Herbert as MacGregor (Deputy)
Randy Boone as Francis Wilde
Jill Townsend as Dulcey Coopersmith
Recurring Cast:
Karl Swenson as Doctor Kihlgren
Premise:
The exploits of Jim Crown, a U.S. Marshal in Cimarron City, Oklahoma in the 1880's.

Background:
CBS's attempt to emulate the success of NBC's The Virginian (1962-71) western series starring James Drury

DIRECTORS INCLUDED:
ALVIN GANZER, HERSCHEL DAUGHERTY, ROBERT BUTLER, VINCENT MCEVEETY,
DON MEDFORD, BORIS SAGAL

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: BIL DERWIN

WRITERS INCLUDED:
JACK CURTIS, MEL GOLDBERG, CHRISTOPHER KNOPF, WILLIAM WOOD,
RICHARD FIELDER,CALVIN CLEMENTS,HAL SITOWITZ,HARLAN ELLISON

STORY CONSULTANTS: DAN ULLMAN AND ALBERT ALEY

FILM EDITORS INCLUDED:
HOWARD A. SMITH,DONALD W. ERNST,DANNY B. LANDRES

Director of Photography: Harry Stradling, Jr.  (most episodes)
Director of Photography: Monroe Askins, A.S.C. (#7 "Whitey" #9 "The Search")

STUNTS:
HAL NEEDHAM, DICK FARNSWORTH, JERRY BROWN, WALT LARUE, BUFF BRADY,
JOHN HUDKINS, BILL HART, AL WYATT, BOYD'RED'MORGAN, JERRY SUMMERS,
DEAN SMITH, REG PARTON, CHARLES HORVATH, ROY JENSON, TONY EPPER

FILMING LOCATIONS INCLUDED CBS STUDIO CENTER
(REPUBLIC BACK LOT AND WESTERN STREET), BISHOP,CALIFORNIA,KANAB,UTAH,
TUCSON, ARIZONA

Theme Music by Maurice Jarre
Music by LEON KLATZKIN, MORTON STEVENS, RICHARD SHORES

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CBS (Thursdays 7:30-9:00 pm EST)

[01] Cimarron Strip: JOURNEY TO A HANGING  [verified]
prod. no. 1260-0707 / 07-Sep-1967 CBS THur
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock; Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Bernard McEveety
Teleplay by Jack Curtis; Story by Mel Goldberg and Jack Curtis
Directed by Vincent McEveety
director of photography; Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
Special Guest Star:
John Saxon ............ Screamer
Guest Star:
Henry Silva ........... Ace Coffin
*
Michael Strong ........ Latch
William Bramley ....... Whiskey Jack
Robert Sorrells ....... Bill Vincent
Rex Holman ............ Van Winger
Shug Fisher ........... Smitty
George Keymas ......... David Penny
Gregg Palmer .......... Rocky
Margarita Cordova ..... Mexican Saloon Girl
Roy Barcroft .......... Salesman
Jason Johnson ......... Storekeeper
Nacho Galindo ......... Bartender
Ed McCready ........... Drummer
Dick Farnsworth ....... Dusty Rhodes
Tom Sweet ............. Max Studldreyer
Bill Hart ............. Kid Slaughter
Walt LaRue ............ Pike Landusky
Richard Hudkins ....... Red Bates
 Synopsis 1:
A prisoner being held in the Cimarron City jail witnesses the killing of another inmate. The killer escapes, and the
witness to the crime asks Marshal Crown if he can help him track the murderer. His only motive - the reward money. [SC]
Synopsis 2:
A bank robber is murdered in Cimarron Jail and a hot-tempered cowpoke, Screamer, in adjoining cell recognizes the assassin
as the victim's boss, Ace Coffin. Screamer offers to help Marshal Jim Crown track down the killer. However, he is so eager
to lend his services that Crown questions his motives. It soon becomes apparent that Coffin has a $10,000 price on his head
and wants to nail the reward for himself. Meanwhile, Coffin is having his own troubles trying to control his mutinous
followers, who resent his cold-blooded murder of one of their members and are stirred up about their failure to get the
loot that had been promised them.

[02] Cimarron Strip: THE LEGEND OF JUD STARR [verified]
prod. no. 1260-0702 / 14-Sep-1967 CBS
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock; Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Richard Fielder; Directed by Vincent McEveety
director of photography; Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
*
Guest Stars:
Darren McGavin ........ Jud Starr
Barbara Luna .......... Roseanne Todd
Beau Bridges .......... Billy Joe Show
*
Roy Jenson ............ Bloody Bob Agnew
Kelly Thordsen ........ Moose O'Hare
Percy Helton .......... Ezra Jones
Ford Rainey ........... Marshal Tillman
Warren Vanders ........ Ham Kaylor
Rex Holman ............ Snake Dobbs
Allen Jaffe ........... Luke Barfoot
Ken Renard ............ Chief Henry Youngblood
Red (Boyd) Morgan ..... Beans Prouty
Charles Horvath ....... Hangman
Roy Barcroft .......... Lawman
Ed McCready ........... Corporal
Ken Del Conte ......... Bart Green
Scott Hale ............ Sam
Lew Brown ............. Deputy
Al Wyatt .............. Cal Dunaway
Glen Randall Jr ....... Tucker
Jack Braddock ......... Sheriff
Reggie Parton ......... First Deputy
Tom McDonough ......... Second Deputy
Dean Smith ............ Third Deputy
And:
Richard Anderson ...... Captain Bragg
 Synopsis:
The notorious outlaw, Jud Starr, is rescued from hanging by his old gang. Against her will, Jud takes his former sweetheart,
an Indian girl, back to her tribe. As he begins raiding Cimarron Strip, Jud uses the Cherokee Indian Territory as his haven.
Crown tracks Jud down, kid-napping him from the Indians on the eve of his wedding to the girl. Caught by the pursuing members
of Jud's gang, Crown tricks Jud into admitting his tale about $85,000 in hidden loot is a hoax. When Jud's gang learns the
booty they hoped to share does not exist, they turn him over to Marshal Crown and leave. Though wounded by the Indian girl
in her attempt to free Jud, Crown manages to break the outlaw's emotional hold on her. In an attempt to escape, Jud Starr
is shot and killed by Marshal Crown.

[03] Cimarron Strip: BROKEN WING  [verified]
prod. no. 1260-0706 / 21-Sep-1967 CBS
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock; Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Harold Swanton
Directed by Sam Wanamaker
director of photography; Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
*
Guest Star:
Pat Hingle ............ Mike McQueen
Special Guest Star:
Steve Forrest ......... Wiley Harpe
*
Larry Gates ........... Kilgallen
Arch Johnson .......... Parson Endicott
Royal Dano ............ Matthew Mark Lukenjohn
Karl Swenson .......... Doctor Kihlgren (recurring)
Warren Vanders ........ Thatch
Tim O'Kelly ........... Jing McQueen
*
Harry Harvey, Sr. ..... Railroad Agent
Joel Fluellen ......... Railroad Porter
Al Wyatt .............. Case
Abry Edwards .......... 1st Man
Ed Barth .............. 2nd Man
Synopsis:
Jing McQueen, the drunken son of a wealthy cattleman, shoots a preacher and burns down a livery stable. The Cimarron settlers
demand immediate justice. Kilgallen (a saloon-keeper with a thirst for power) and gunslinger Wiley Harpe (a newcomer to
Cimarron) side with the settlers. When the preacher recovers and refuses to press charges, Jing is released from jail.
Kilgallen and Wiley harpe move into action: they convince the settlers that marshal Jim Crown and the preacher have sold out
to the wealthy rancher, Mike McQueen, who refuses to face the fact that his son is emotionally immature. By turning the
settlers against Crown, Harpe and Kilgallen hope to take over the entire Cimarron Strip.

[04] Cimarron Strip: THE BATTLEGROUND (pilot)  [verified]
prod. no. 1260-0701 / 28-Sep-1967 CBS Thur
Produced by Leonard Freeman  (pilot only)
Written by Christopher Knopf
Directed by Don Medford
director of photography; Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
*
Guest Star:
Telly Savalas ......... Bear
*
Warren Oates .......... Mobeetie
R.G. Armstrong ........ William Payne
Robert Wilke .......... Hardy Miller
The Cowboys:
Hal Needham ........... Yewcic
Dick Farnsworth ....... Benefial
John Hudkins .......... Chalk
Buff Brady ............ Wallant
Jerry Brown ........... Lillard
Seymour Cassel ........ Spock
*
Natividad Vacio ....... Ciego
Link Wyler ............ Orderley
Arthur Bernard ........ Conductor
Zack Bank ............. First Settler
Robert Folkerson ...... Second Settler
*
David Gross ........... First Farmer
Ross Dollarhide ....... Second Farmer
Joe Ferrante .......... First Man
Carol Henry ........... Second Man
*
John Milford .......... Wooley
L.Q. Jones ............ Barnes
*
And:
Andrew Duggan ......... Major Ben Covington
Synopsis 1:
Marshal Jim CROWN is sent by the U.S. Government to the town of Cimarron City to try and stop a potential range war
bewteen cattleman and incoming settlers to the territory known as the "Cimarrmn Strip" [SC]
Synopsis 2:
Marshal Jim Crown gets the drop on his old buddy, Bear (Telly Savalas) and a gang of cowboys when they try to terrorize the
town. He jails them in a wine cellar and brings them back to their boss, cattleman Hardy Miller, the next day. When Crown
discloses that Congress has canceled Government leases on land held by the cattlemen, Miller fires all but 10 of his hired
hands, knowing the discharged cowboys will take vengence against the farmers. Finally, word comes that farmer William Payne
is determined to lead a band of fellow-farmers across the Cimarron River, with an army of cowboys headed by the
enraged Bear massing on the other side to stop them. Crown rides out in a desperate effort to avert a massacre.

[05] Cimarron Strip: THE HUNTED
5Oct67 CBS
Produced by Bernard McEveety;
Directed by Alvin Ganzer;
Written by Calvin Clements
starring Stuart Whitman, Percy Herbert, Randy Boone, Jill Townsend
Guest Cast:
David Carradine ............... Gene Gauge
Steve Ihnat ................... Felix Gauge
James Gregory ................. Buckman
Bill Fletcher ................. Harlin
Arthur Batanides .............. Woods
Dennis Cross .................. Aaron
Richard Angarola .............. Padre
Stephen McEveety,
Bobby Horan,
Victor Tayback ................... Mulady
Joel Fluellen ................. Bartender
Tom Palmer .................... Booth
Charles Wagenheim ............. Prospector
Arthur Carbone
Synopsis:
Marshal Jim Crown makes an effort to disprove the claim of wanted killers Felix and Gene Gauge that they have only killed
in self-defense. The brothers, who have a $15,000 bounty on their heads, have turned themselves in and while Crown is
preparing a report on the pair, he confines them to a specified area around the Wayfarers Inn. Mr. Buckman, a wealthy rancher,
hires two killers to shoot the now unarmed brothers. Felix and Gene are tricked into leaving their assigned area, and they
are gunned down by hired killers, who escape. Felix dies, but his younger brother recovers. Buckman notifies Marshal Crown
that he can identify the men who killed Felix and Crown is forced to turn over the $15,000 bounty to the gunman. Later,
Gene Gauge eggs Buckman into a gun fight and kills him. He then sets out after the two who killed his brother. 

[06] Cimarron Strip: THE BATTLE OF BLOODY STONES [verified]
prod. no. 1260-0705 / 12-Oct-1967 CBS
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock; Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Bernard McEveety
Written by Jack Curtis
Directed by Richard Sarafian
director of photography; Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
Guest Stars:
Gene Evans ........... Wildcat Gallagher
Henry Wilcoxon ....... Ghost Wolf
Michael J. Pollard ... Bert
James Hampton ........ Sam
Richard X. Slattery ..... Max
Elisha Cook (Jr.) ....... Spud
Karl Swenson ......... Dr.Kihlgren (recurring)
Tom Nardini .......... John Wolf
With:
Robert Viharo ........ Tom Penney
Richard Lapp ......... Little Crow
Hank Patterson ....... Old Will
Roy E. Glenn, Sr. .... Foreman
George Cisar ......... Storekeeper
Synopsis:
A Wild West Show featuring the Battle of Bloody Stones, a cavalry slaughter of Indians, is playing in Cimarron, starring
impresario Wildcat Gallagher. Marshal crown watches with apprehension as three Indian lads, John Wolf, Little Crow, and
Tom Penney, indicated displeasure. After the show, two actors engage the townsman, John Wolf is beaten. Crown jails the
participants and tells Wildcat his show must leave town. Tom Penney and Little Crow escape, and after taunting John's father,
Ghost Wolf, for his inactivity, they set fire to a railroad bridge. Wildcat and his friends haze the convalescent John.
Seeking escape, the Indian boy jumps on a swinging chandelier, only to fall to his death. Retaliating for the burned bridge,
Bert sets fire to the Penneys' small farmhouse and is shot by Tom Penney. Ghost Wolf, informed by Crown of his son's death,
posts himself in front of the show amphitheater, waiting for Wildcat Gallagher. Crown puts Wildcat in a cell and then
confronts Ghost Wolf, but when the man refuses to leave, the pair fights until they are exhausted. Wildcat and his troop
leave Cimarron.

[07] Cimarron Strip: WHITEY [verified]
 prod. no. 1260-0711 / 19-Oct-1967 CBS Thur
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock; Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Bernard McEveety
Written by Dan Ullman
Directed by Herschel Daugherty
director of photography: Monroe Askins,A.S.C.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
Guest Stars:
Peter Kastner ......... Robert "Whitey" White
John Anderson ......... Arn Tinker
James Almanzar ........ Rosario
Michael Mikler ........ Beau Tinker
*
Fred Coby ............. Ramey
Glen Vernon ........... Carpenter
Meg Wyllie ............ Miss Becker
Paul Sorensen ......... Freight Agent
Russ Bender ........... Mort
Robert B. Williams .... Sheriff Macklin
Jack Braddock ......... Bartender
Zack Banks ............ Gus
Bobby E. Clark ........ Messenger
Robert J. Folkerson ... Posse Member
Synopsis 1:
A MEMBER OF AN OUTLAW GANG NAMED WHITEY,IS GIVEN FALSE INFORMATION ABOUT THEIR NEXT PLANNED ROBBERY BY THE GANG LEADER NAMED
ARN TINKER. IN ANGER THE YOUNG PUTLAW KIDNAPPES DULCEY AND PROMISES TO RETURN HER ONLY IF MARSHAL JIM CROWN CAPTURES,
ARRESTS,AND HANGS TINKER. [SC]
Synopsis 2:
Whitey, a nineteen-year-old member Arn Tinker's outlaw gang, is tricked by Marshal Crown into revealing the plans for
Tinker's next robbery. Crown then gathers all the neighboring lawmen together for an ambush, but Arn Tinker has given Whitey
false information and he robs a bank in the neighboring town of Shade's Wells, instead. Crown gets to Shade's Wells to
explain to the citizenry why their sheriff had left town unprotected. When he returns to Cimmaron City, he discovers Whitey
has escaped from jail and kidnapped Dulcey. The boy hides Dulcey in a lonely cabin and proceeds to carry out a plan of
revenge against Tinker. Seemingly by accident, Whitey reveals to Tinker that a U.S. Mint train is coming through Cimmaron
City. Tinker comes to town disguised, and Whitey turns him in to Marshal Crown. Whitey promises to return Dulcey as soon as
Tinker is tried and hanged for the murders he's committed. Crown then makes a deal with Arn Tinker, afraid Whitey will not
return Dulcey: Crown contacts Beau Tinker, Arn's brother, who promises to locate Whitey in return for Arn's safe return.
After Beau finds Whitey and kills him, Crown arrives to discover Beau about to kill Dulcey to insure the death of his brother,
Arn; Beau feels this is the one way he can take over his brother's gang. Crown kills Beau and returns to Cimarron City with
an unharmed Dulcey. Arn Tinker awaits trial for murder.

[08] Cimarron Strip: THE ROARER [verified]
prod. no. 1260-0703 / 2-Nov-1967 CBS
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock; Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Bernard McEveety
Written by William Wood
Directed by Lamont Johnson
director of photography; Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
Guest Star:
Richard Boone ......... Sgt. Bill Disher (opening credits)
*
Robert Duvall ......... Joe Wyman
Morgan Woodward ....... Walter Forcey
Ed Flanders ........... Arliss Blynn
Med Flory ............. Newton
Peter Brooks .......... Spencer
Stuart Anderson ....... Trooper Eldridge
Ollie O'Toole ......... Congressman Burnett
Rayford Barnes ........ 1st Trooper
Ed McCready ........... 2nd Trooper
Erwin Neal ............ 1st Cavalryman
John McKee ............ 2nd Cavalryman
Mike Howden ........... 3rd Cavalryman
Jack Braddock ......... Bartender
And:
Andrew Duggan ......... Major Ben Covington
Synopsis 1:
Richard Boone stars as a cavalry sergeant whose valour is not appreciated by the residents of the Cimarron territory
which he helped make safe for their livelihood in "The Roarer".
Synopsis 2:
Sergeant Bill Disher, a twenty-year veteran of the U.S. Cavalry, is shocked by the death of his best friend, who was thrown
from a horse into a barbed wire fence. The old cavalryman blames society for the changes they're making in the West he loves,
by turning it into fence country. He orders a beautiful casket for his friend's body, and drunkenly goes to pick it up. When
he and his friends set fire to the funeral parlor, the undertaker presses charges. In view of his outstanding Army service
record, it's difficult for his commanding officer to punish him. Again, while drunk, Disher accidentally kills one of
Cimarron City's leading citizens. Sergeant Disher reports back to his cavalry post, expecting to be sentenced to a few months
in the stockade. He is shocked when his stripes are ripped off his uniform and the major orders him off government property.
For the first time in over twenty years, Disher no longer has an army home; it is relief to the anguished sergeant when
Marshal Crown hunts him down. Sergeant Disher refuses to turn himself in, and Crown is forced to kill him.

[09] Cimarron Strip: THE SEARCH  [verified]
  prod. no. 1260-0712 / 09-Nov-1967 CBS Thur
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock; Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Douglas Benton
Teleplay by William Wood; Story by Herman Miller and William Wood
Directed by Bernard McEveety
Director of Photography: Monroe Askins,A.S.C.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
Guest Star:
Joseph Cotten ......... Dr. Tio
*
Martha Scott .......... Mrs. Kihlgren
Jim Davis ............. Clo Vardeman
Jonathan Lippe ........ Kerwin Vardeman
Zalman King ........... Strawdy Vardeman
*
Richard O'Brien ....... Ben Lorton
Charles Seel .......... Ruckles
Amzie Strickland ...... Mrs. Andrews
Harry Lauter .......... Wisler
James Gavin ........... Herald
Arthur Hansen ......... Andrews
Jerry Summers ......... Lou Vardeman
Bud George ............ Dickie Vardeman
And:
L.Q. Jones ............ Lummy
Synopsis 1:
Marshal Crown decides to send a man arrested for murder to a neighboring town by train. He suspects that the killer's
family will try to rescue him. [SC]
Synopsis 2:
Marshal Crown arrests Dickie Vardeman for murder and, to prevent a rescue by his outlaw family, sends him, under guard, by
train to a neighboring town. The marshal then pretends to transport Dickie by wagon. When Dickie's three brothers attempt a
rescue, Crown kills Lou, but Kerwin and Strawdy shoot Crown, and leave him for dead. He is found by a Cimarron Strip scavenger,
Lummy, who decides that Crown has monetary value, dead or alive. When the marshal's empty, bloodied wagon returns to Cimarron
City, Dulcey persuades Mr. Lorton to organize a posse to search for Crown. Clo Vardeman, the father, arrives in town and kills
Lorton. As the posse disbands, Clo offers a $500 reward for Crown's missing body. Cimmaron City's only reputable doctor,
Dr. Kihlgren, is away, and Dulcey is forced to lean on the unsteady arm of ex-doctor Nathan Tio. Outside town, Tio and Dulcey
find a grave and the marshal's badge. Dulcey is grief-stricken. Lummy brings Crown to town in his wagon, but when he claims
the $500 reward from Clo Vardeman, the wagon is empty. The Vardemans begin a search for the marshal. When Strawdy discovers
Crown in Dr. Kihlgren's office, the marshal shoots him. After Dr. Tio treats Crown's wounds, he insists on returning to the
Wayfarer's Inn to face Clo and Kerwin. Crown kills Clo, and three members of the disbanded posse shoot Kerwin. Lummy happily
leaves town with the $500 reward money which Clo Vardeman had left on the bar of the Wayfarer's Inn. 

[10] Cimarron Strip: TILL THE END OF NIGHT   [verified]
prod. no. 1260-0713 / 16-Nov-1967 CBS
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock; Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Richard Fiedler; Directed by Alvin Ganzer
director of photography; Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
Guest Star:
Suzanne Pleshette ..... Sarah Lou Burke
*
Clifton James ......... Sheriff Jack Hawkes
Dean Stanton .......... Luther Happ
Victor French ......... Rare Coleman
James Beck ............ Jake
Karen Arthur .......... Ruby
*
Eddie Quillan ......... Guard
Mary Gregory .......... Farm Woman
D'Urville Martin ...... Mesenger
Charles Thompson ...... Bullwacker
James Nusser .......... Judge HomerPadgett
Morgan Jones .......... Deputy
Jack Braddock ......... Bartender
Jerry Brown ........... Stage Driver
Forrest Burns ......... Wagon Driver
Synopsis:
Marshal Crown is in Topeka testifying at a trial, when Deputy MacGregor allows a hired gunman, Luther Happ, to escape from
the Cimarron jail. MacGregor regains consciousness in the Cedars County, Texas jail, where he is held for Happ's murder.
Happ was a Sheriff Hawkes' deputy, and his mission had been to kill Marshal Crown, the sheriff's old enemy. MacGregor is
tried and sentenced to be hanged. Handcuffed to Sarah Lou Burke, who has been falsely sentenced for the murder of a local
saloon-keeper, he is put into a wagon. He develops a romantic interest in Sarah and the girl has more than a passing interest
in the strange Scotsman. The pair escape. MacGregor separates the hand-cuffs and sends Sarah away, while he leads the posse
in another direction. As MacGregor is captured, Marshal Crown and deputy Francis Wilde arrive and fall into the posse's trap.
Sarah leaps on Sheriff Hawke's back from an over-hanging rock butte, and in the melee Crown captures him. The marshal uses
the sheriff as a hostage, to insure their safe return to Cimarron City. The charges against Sarah are cleared and she leaves
promising to return to Cimarron City and MacGregor.

[11] Cimarron Strip: THE BEAST THAT WALKS LIKE A MAN   [verified]
 prod. no. 1260-0709 / 30Nov67 CBS Thur
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock; Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Bernard McEveety
Teleplay by Stephen Kandel & Richard Fielder; Story by Stephen Kandel; Directed by Charles R. Rondeau
director of photography; Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
*
Guest Star:
Lola Albright ......... Stacey Houston
Special Guest Star:
Leslie Nielsen ........ Rowan Houston
*
Simon Oakland ......... Joshua Broom
Royal Dano ............ Walking Man
Gail Kobe ............. Johanna Houston
*
Paul Carr ............. Morgan Houston
Christopher Held ...... Cox Houston
Kerry MacLane ......... Davey Houston
Karl Swenson .......... Doctor Kihlgren (recurring)
Larry Larson .......... Bart Houston
Fletcher Bryant ....... Jason Shields
Woodrow Chambliss ..... Oliver Wheelwright
Athena Lorde .......... Charity Wheelwright
Larry Anthony ......... Daggett
Jim Cook .............. Storekeeper
Synopsis:
A group of settlers, the Huston clan, arrives at Cimarron City and refuses to await government approval before staking out
land claims. Learning that Mocane Valley is a sevction associated with superstitious legends, they decide that this will be
an area few people will want to claim and choose it for their new home. Marshal Jim Crown arrests Rowan Huston, the clan
leader, to prevent premature claim staking, but when he discovers that the family has left Cimerron City, he releases Rowan
from jail and attempts to track down the family. He finds them the victims of a massacre. Of the entire clan, only two
survive: Stacey Huston, rowan's sister-in-law, and his small son. Now it's Crown's job to find those responsible for the massacre.

[12] Cimarron Strip: NOBODY   [verified]
  prod. no. 1260-0715 / 7-Dec-1967 CBS
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock; Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Bernard McEveety
Teleplay by Ellis Marcus; Story by Ellis Marcus and John D.F. Black
Directed by Boris Sagal
director of photography; Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
*
Guest Star:
Warren Oates .......... Mobeetie
*
William C. Watson ..... Burke Stegman
Richard Bakalyan ...... Colly Sims
Ken Swofford .......... Christie
Hal Smith ............. Harvey
Karl Swenson .......... Doc Kihlgren (recurring)
Dabbs Greer ........... Judge Quayle
*
William Zuckert ....... Josiah Cooke
Ted Gehring ........... Sutter
Anne Barton ........... Sarah
Joe Haworth ........... Seth
Al Wyatt .............. Archie Foss
Johnny Jensen ......... Rusty
Jerry Brown ........... Hutchins
*
Jack Perkins .......... Tucker
Bob Davis ............. Hansen
Robert Karnes ......... Bart Hazlett
Clyde Howdy ........... Cooper
Vince Barnett ......... Willy
Tommy Lee ............. Chinese Servant
Tony Epper ............ Dave Karney
Synopsis 1:
A wild-and-wooley outlaw named Mobeetie, who had a previous run-in with Marshal Jim Crown, arrives in Cimarron
with a grudge for Crown. He swears to get even, and devises a plan to kill the Marshal. [SC]
Synopsis 2:
To celebrate getting a new job, cowhand Mobeetie rides his horse through the Wayfarer's Inn window. When Marshal Jim Crown
holds the young man in jail for overnight, he loses the job. Crown hires Mobeetie to help move a trainload of dynamite which
was routed to Cimarron City by mistake. When Mobeetie playfully tosses a stick of dynamite to MacGregor, who is injured as
the stick explodes, Crown sends Mobeetie away. Feeling unwanted, Mobeetie joins a band of guerillas planning to kill Marshal
Crown. He draws lots with the guerillas to pick the man to kill the marshal and "wins" because all the lots are marked the
same. When Mobeetie returns to Cimarron City to carry out his mission it is deserted, except for a few men who have remained
to help Crown and deputies MacGregor and Wilde move the dynamite to the outskirts of town.
 
[13] Cimarron Strip: THE LAST WOLF   [verified]
prod. no. 1260-0708 / 14-Dec-1967 CBS
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock / Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Preston Wood
Directed by Bernard McEveety
director of photography: Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
Guest Stars:
Albert Salmi ......... Sam Gallatin
Robert J. Wilke ...... Hardy Miller
Morgan Woodward ...... Bill Henderson
Denver Pyle .......... Charley Austin
Tom Reese ............ Pete Spurber
*
Stanley Clements ..... the Kiowa Kid
Laurie Mock .......... Mary Varner
Lane Bradford ........ Brom
Read Morgan .......... Jess Daley
Gil Perkins .......... Swede
*
Eddie Firestone ...... Crawford
Perry Cook ........... Poker
John Pickard ......... Carl Kersey
Robert Moloney ....... Aaron Weatherbee
Mary Wilcox .......... Virginia Weatherbee
Phil Arnold .......... Clerk
Synopsis:
Led by Sam Gallatin, the wolf-hunters are becoming a problem in the Cimarron Strip. Since there is no longer any
need for their services, the broke, out-of-work wolvers are ripe for the trouble Gallatin is promoting. He unites
the wolvers jobs. The settlers agree, but the cattle-men, headed by Hardy Miller, refuse. A chain reaction of violence
begins. Gallatin and the wolvers steal one of Miller's cows for food. In return, Gallatin is badly beaten by Miller's men.
Gallatin talks to Charlie, an old wolver friend, into shooting a couple of Miller's men; Charlie is then gunned down.
Crown offers the wolvers a small stretch of land to homestead and start new lives, but the wolvers turn down the offer
and tension builds.

[14] Cimarron Strip: THE DEPUTY  [verified]
  prod. no. 1260-0714 / 21-Dec-1967 CBS Thur
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock / Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Hal Sitowitz
Directed by Alvin Ganzer
director of photography: Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
Guest Stars:
J.D. Cannon ........... Bo Woodard
Lyle Bettger .......... Tate
Larry Pennell ......... Rapp
Anthony James ......... Benji
Gregg Palmer .......... Buford
*
Tom Brown ............. Sheriff Phillips
Burt Mustin ........... Mr. Ruckles
Bob Williams .......... Gravedigger
Jack Searl ............ Jack
James Tartan .......... Tullis
William Tannen ........ Sergeant
Victor Izay ........... Pedro
Jack Braddock ......... Bartender
And:
Marj Dusay ............ Zena
Synopsis:
Left for dead by his gang of cutthroats after a daring robbery of a U.S. Army payroll, Bo returns eight and one half years
later to claim his share of the theft. Using the papers of a Texas duputy he killed, he gets a job as a deputy with Marshal
Crown. the outlaw, unsuccessful in claiming his share of the loot, begins killing off his former partners, who have settled
in the Cimarron Strip His killings seem to be honestly defensive, but while out of town, Marshal Crown discovers a "wanted"
poster for Bo. A quick return to Cimarron City becomes a necessity for the marshal.

[15] Cimarron Strip: THE JUDGMENT  [verified]
prod. no. 1260-0716 / 04-Jan-1968 CBS
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock / Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Dan Ullman; Directed by Robert Butler
director of photography: Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
*
Guest Stars:
James Stacy ........... Joe Bravo
Burr DeBenning ........ Emmet Lloyd
Leonard Stone ......... Judge Samuel Gilroy
Don Keefer ............ Bolt
G.D. Spradlin ......... Kermin
*
Charles Dierkop ....... Smitty
Solomon Sturges ....... Sandy
Kip Whitman ........... Jerry
*
John Orchard .......... Limey Pine
David Bailey .......... Arthur
James Chandler ........ Wirt
Jon Silo .............. Jeweler
Lincoln Demyan ........ Marshal Stoner
*
Renny McEvoy .......... Merchant
I. Stanford Jolley .... Bellew
Tom Sutton ............ Tom Sutton
Walter Scott .......... Walter
Fred Lerner ........... Fred
Tony Epper ............ Marko
Synopsis:
When trail boss Joe Bravo and his six men cannot furnish proper identification, the bank in Hardesty refuses to cash a $500
check. The men take over the bank and discover that the open vault contains $100,000 in cash. Lloyd Emmett wants to steal
the money, but Jim Crown arrests the celebrating group, and Joe turns out to be an old friend of his. When Judge Gilroy
holds court the next day, Joe is not on trial; Crown has "sentenced" him to become deputy sheriff of Hardesty for the
duration of the other cowboys' sentence. When the judge learns that a missing prisoner has become deputy sheriff of Hardesty,
he releases the other five cowboys, hoping they'll travel to Hardesty and cause trouble. They do just that and Hardesty's
outraged citizenry waits to see how Joe Bravo will handle the trouble-makers in his new capacity as deputy sheriff.

[16] Cimarron Strip: FOOL'S GOLD (a.k.a. The Assassin)   [verified]
 prod. no. 1260-0721 / 11-Jan-1968 CBS Thur
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock; Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Bernard McEveety
Teleplay by Palmer Thompson; Story by Palmer Thompson and David Jones
Directed by Herschel Daugherty
director of photography: Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
Guest Stars:
Robert Lansing ........ Darcy
Slim Pickens .......... Malachi Grimes
Bob Random ............ The Kid
*
William Bramley ....... Fargo Jones
Russell Thorson ....... Hank Martin
*
Karl Swenson .......... Doctor Kihlgren (recurring)
Harry Harvey, Sr. ..... Railroad Clerk
Lew Brown ............. Slavin
Edward Faulkner ....... Captain
Red (Boyd) Morgan ..... Clay
John Carter ........... Carter
Fred Coby ............. Prison Guard
Joshua Bryant ......... Lieutenant
Peter Jason ........... Groom
Synopsis 1:
The notorious Darcy gang robs an Army payroll from the Cimarron Bank. The leader and the youngest member of the gang are
arrested and jailed. The outlaw leader is sent off to prison, and Marshal Crown places the young bandit on a horse ranch
to live and work [SC]
Synopsis 2:
Four men, led by outlaw Darcy, steal an Army payroll from the Cimarron City Bank. To divert attention from the robbery,
The Kid, the youngest of the four, rushes through town shooting his six-gun and shouting "Gold!" Marshal Jim Crown arrests
The Kid, who shows Crown his "gold," which turns out to be "fool's gold" - iron pyrite. The boy denies any part of the bank
robbery, but Crown locks him up before leaving with a posse to trail the other three robbers. When the posse catches up with
the three, only Darcy is still alive. Before he goes to prison, Darcy is informed by Crown that the payroll sacks contained
only paper and that he (Crown) had turned the real money over to the army before the robbery took place. Darcy soon escapes
from prison, vowing to kill Crown for having made a fool of him.

[17] Cimarron Strip: HELLER   [verified]
prod. no. 1260-0718 / 18-Jan-1968 CBS
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock; Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Douglas Benton
written by Austin and Irma Kalish; Directed by Gunnar Hellstrom
director of photography: Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
Special Guest Star:
Tuesday Weld .......... Heller
Guest Star:
Morgan Woodward ....... Logan Purcell
*
Robert Phillips ....... Matt Sherman
Bernard Hamilton ...... Ollie Whippet
Valentine de Vargas ... Willie Snake
Charles Kuenstle ...... Haw Richards
Maggie Thrett ......... Red Deer
Bobby Clark ........... Ab Colburn
Ken Renard ............ Two Eagles
Jason Wingreen ........ Mr. Glass
Randy Lane ............ Randy
Stuart Lee ............ Stuart
Robert D'Arcy ......... Bartender
Synopsis:
Isolated Indian villages in the outlet beyond Cimarron City are victims of a small band of raiders who steal hides, food,
and anything else of value. When an Indian, Willie Snake, appeals to Marshal Jim Crown, the marshal explains that his
authority does not extend to the outlet, but when Willie is killed by Logan Purcell, leader of the raiders, Crown has a
legitimate reason for tracking him down. Crown overtakes Purcell, but is shot in the leg. He escapes and is founded by Heller,
a young white girl who has been raised by the Indians but is now working for Purcell. Heller hides Crown and then goes with
him to Cimmarron City. Heller is terrified, for it is her first visit to a town, but then she falls in love with the marshal
and her fears are overcome. Heller's feelings toward them the marshal, however, make it more difficult for him to capture.

[18] Cimarron Strip: KNIFE IN THE DARKNESS (a.k.a Killer with a Knife")
25Jan68
Produced by Douglas Benton;
Teleplay by Harlan Ellison
Directed by Charles Rondeau
Starring Stuart Whitman, Percy Herbert, Randy Boone, Jill Townsend,
Guest Cast:
Jennifer Billingsley .......... Josie
David Canary .................. Tal St. James
Philip Carey .................. Kaliman
Jeanne Cooper ................. Pony Jane
Patrick Horgan ................ Tipton
George Murdock ................ Bladgey
Victoria Shaw
Tom Skerritt .................. Enoch Shelton
Ron Soble
Karl Swenson .......... Doctor Kihlgren (recurring)
Don Hanmer
Grace Lee Whitney
Joey (or Don?) Tata
William Phipps
Richard Angarola
Cal Bolder
Synopsis:
The tranquility of Cimarron City is marred by the murder of a dance-hall girl as she is on her way home from work. Marshal
Jim Crown investigates the gruesome act and unexpectedly meets an old flame from the past, saloon hostess Maddie Lennert,
who shortly afterward becomes the second victim of the mysterious slayer. With fear gripping the fog-shrouded area, Francis
Wilde, the photographer, finds a London newspaper account of the recent orgy of Jack the Ripper, and points out to Crown the
striking similarities between the London murders and the local killings. Crown scoffs at the suggestions until he meets
Tipton, a British stranger who says he has trailed the notorious Ripper across the Atlantic to the United States and right
into Cimarron City.

[19] Cimarron Strip: THE SOUND OF A DRUM [verified]
prod. no. 1260-0720 / 1-Feb-1968 CBS
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock; Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Douglas Benton
Teleplay by Victor Leslie Tracy and A. L. Christopher; Story by Victor Leslie Tracy
Directed by Gerald Mayer
director of photography; Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
Special Guest Star:
Steve Forrest ......... Sgt. Clayton Tyce
Guest Star:
Gerald S. O'Loughlin ..... Sgt. Maj. Boyd Chambers
*
John Milford .......... Corp. Watkins
Rayford Barnes ........ Bains
Harry Carey (Jr.) ..... Riley
Lloyd Gough ........... Captain Bragg
*
David Renard .......... Pedro
Davy Kurzon ........... Jackson
George Buchanan ....... Blacksmith
Robert J. Folkerson ... Corporal
Synopsis:
Marshal Jim Crown, cooperating with Sergeant Tyce, one of the cavalry's most popular men, has enlisted the Army's aid in
tracking down rustlers. Then Tyce finds himself in trouble with his new superior, Sergeant Mayor Chambers, who insists on
following Army Regulations to the letter. After being found in Cimarron City when he was supposed to be in charge of a
patrol, Tyce is given the choice of accepting a discharge from the Army, or facing a court-martial. Tyce, a 15-year cavalry
veteran, blames all of his troubles on Chambers, and sets up a mock trial for the Sergeant Major. He releases his buddies
from an Army stockade and uses them as the jury, holding court in the Wayfarer's Inn while Crown is away, searching for the
rustlers. Dulcey realizes that Ryce's hatred for the Chambers has gotten out of hand, and make a serious attempt to defend Chambers.

[20] Cimarron Strip: BIG JESSIE [verified]
 prod. no. 1260-0719 / 08-Feb6-1968 CBS Thur
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock; Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Bernard McEveety
Written by Dan Mainwaring; Directed by Herschel Daugherty
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
Guest Stars:
Mariette Hartley ...... Jessica Cabot
Donnelly Rhodes ....... Bill Baylor
Eddie Hodges .......... Bud Baylor
*
Richard O'Brien ....... Chandler
Timothy Carey ......... Lobo
Jesslyn Fax ........... Eva
Robert Swan ........... King
Rob Hughes ............ Chad
Burt Mustin ........... Old Man Peters
Joel Davison .......... Sean
Ken Drake ............. R.B. Forbes
K.L. Smith ............ Blacksmith
And:
Jack Elam ............. Moon
Synopsis:
When outlaw Bill Baylor kills a blacksmith in Indian Wells, the blacksmith's young son notes his sparkling hat and
silver-plated shotgun. Baylor then frees his younger brother, Bud, from marshal Jim Crown, who is taking Bud to Silver City,
New Mexico. After knocking Crown unconsious, Baylor dons the Marshal's vest, containing his badge and identification papers,
and leaves his own two trademarks behind: the sparkling hat and silver shotgun. Crown is found by Big Jessie Cabot, a young
girl who runs a mule train. Despite the girl's warnings, Crown, wearing Baylor's hat and carrying his shotgun, goes to Indian
Wells to buy a horse. He is immediatly "identified" as the murderer of the blacksmith and is about to be lynched when he is
rescued at gunpoint by a man named Moon, a bounty hunter who, like the others, thinks Crown is Baylor, and takes him
to Texas to hang.

[21] Cimarron Strip: THE BLUE MOON TRAIN  [verified]
prod. no. 1260-0710 / 15-Feb-1968 CBS Thur
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock; Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Jack Curtis; Directed by Gerald Mayer
director of photography: Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
Guest Star:
Broderick Crawford .... A-1 Joe Lehigh
*
Kevin Hagen ........... Dum Dum
Donald Barry .......... Elza Kedge
*
Robert Foulk .......... Ragan
Norman Leavitt ........ Hobo
Synopsis:
Ex-convict Joe Lehigh arrives in Cimarron City and, despite Marshal Jim Crown's warning, Dulcey hires him to work in
the Wayfarer's Inn. Crown is involved with an important trainload of convicts being transferred to a federal prison.
Crown's reservations about Lehigh are borne out when the ex-convict kidnaps Crown's deputy, Francis Wilde, and leaves
town. Francis, shot during the escape, is hidden by Lehigh in a ghost town. When Crown tracks him down, Lehigh offers
Francis' life in exchange for Crown's helping him free his convict friends, who will be on the train when it passes
through the deserted town. Crown refuses and vainly tries to find where Lehigh has hidden the wounded Francis. At the
same time, he must make certain that Lehigh will not be successful in stopping the prision train.
 
[22] Cimarron Strip: WITHOUT HONOR  [verified]
prod. no. 1260-0722 / 29-Feb-1968 CBS
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock; Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Douglas Benton
Written by Dan Ullman; Directed by Robert Butler
director of photography: Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
*
Guest Stars:
Andrew Duggan ......... Major Ben Covington
Jon Voight ............ Private Bill Mason
Chester Morris ........ George Deeker
Paul Mantee ........... Lane Bardeen
Don Pedro Colley ...... Culley
*
James Davidson ........ Jack Smith
John Nealson .......... Jones
George Sperdakos ...... Corporal
Dallas Mitchell ....... P.F.C.
John McKee ............ Outlaw Guard
*
Ed Bakey .............. Bartender
Boyd Santell .......... Boyd Santell
Edward Madden ......... Postal Inspector
Hubie Kerns ........... Hubie
Victor Paul ........... Victor
 Synopsis:
Jon Voight is reunited with his father (Andrew Duggan) in "Wihout Honor". Private Bill Mason's attitude toward the
Army sours when he learns he has been assigned to a Cimarron Strip Army post commanded by Maj. Covington. The major is
suprised to learn Mason is his son, whom he has not seen since infancy. Mason, who has assumed the name of his stepfather,
wants nothing to do with Covington and reacts wildly in a fight with a non-commissioned officer. When Mason escapes from
the Army stockade, Maj. Covington takes a leave and asks Marshal Jim Crown to help him find his son. They learn that
Mason has joined the Deeker gang, which is pillaging the entire territory, and make plans to lead a cavalry attack
against the gang. However, they feel Mason will be killed in the fight unless they can coax or force him away from his
his new comrades beforehand. .

[23] Cimarron Strip: THE GREENERS (final episode of "Cimarron Strip")
  prod. no. 1260-0723 / 07-Mar-1968 CBS Thur
Executive Producer: Philip Leacock; Supervising Producer: Christopher Knopf; Produced by Bernard McEveety
Written by Hal Sitowitz; Directed by Vincent McEveety
director of photography: Harry Stradling, Jr.
*
Starring: Stuart Whitman (Marshal Jim Crown)
With: Percy Herbert (MacGregor), Randy Boone (Francis), Jill Townsend (Dulcey)
*
Guest Cast:
Mark Lenard ........... Jared Arlyn
Peter Jason ........... David Arlyn
Donna Baccala ......... Ruth Allyn
Dan Ferrone ........... Will Arlyn
Shug Fisher ........... Pinky
Dub Taylor ............ Owley
*
Robert Sorrells ....... Witt
Roy Jenson ............ Larkin
Charles Horvath ....... Homer
Tom Brown ............. Charlie Ives
Harry Lauter .......... Youngston
Olan Soule ............ Hendricks
Gregg Palmer .......... Webber
Allan Kent ............ Undertaker
Jack Braddock ......... Fabrizio
And:
David Brian ........... Turnbull
Synopsis 1:
A homesteading family traveling through the Cimarron territory witness two men being dragged by four men, and later finding
them hanging from a tree. When asked by Marshal Crown about the incident, the homesteaders, out of fear, refuse to tell
Crown they saw anything. [SC]
 Synopsis 2:
The Arlyn family sees two men dragged by ropes behind four horsemen. Later, when they find the two men hanged, they
take the bodies into town. The victims were two of marshal Crown's best friends. Although Jared Arlyn admits seeing
the two hanged men dragged, he refuses, because he did not witness the actual hanging, to become involved by testifying
against the four. He is backed by his daughter Ruth and sons Will and David. Crown and Charles Ives then set out to
find the four Crown suspects are the murderers. He arrests rancher Turnbull and his three cowhands as they are about
to drag Ives, whom they accuse of cattle rustling, behind a horse. In jail, Turnbull is blackmailed for $600 by David Arlyn,
who threatens to testify. David plans to buy a farm for his family - until his father learns how he aquired the money.



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