CTVA Western - "Dundeee and The Culhane" (Filmways/CBS) (fall 1967) Sean Garrison, John Mills

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Dundee and The Culhane (1967)
Episode Guide  compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Tom Dischley,  Stephen Lodge <lodgeste@aol.com>
references:
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DUNDEE AND THE CULHANE
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Filmways
Television Productions, Inc.
for
CBS (Wednesdays 10:00pm EST)
Created by Sam Rolfe
Produced by Sam Rolfe, David Victor

US Western series    fall 1967    13 episodes x 60 min color
starring
John Mills as Dundee
Sean Garrison as The Culhane
(Rick Falk played The Culhane in the original unaired pilot)

Premise:
In the old west, a wandering anti-violence British lawyer (John Mills) has
a young feisty assistant American Lawyer (Sean Garrison) who protects him.

Background:
Apparently CBS had decided to cancel the series before the first episode
aired. They were pleased with the pilot, but were dissappointed
after reviewing scripts for the next several episodes.
Behind the Scenes:- The Stephen Lodge Collection
'Dundee and the Culhane' theme music by David Rose

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CBS Wedensdays 10:00 pm Eastern

[01] Dundee and The Culhane: THE TURN THE OTHER CHEEK BRIEF
prod. no. 4
06Sep67 CBS
Guest Cast:
Warren Oates .................. Lafe Doolin
John Drew Barrymore ........... Royal Bodie
Mark Allyson
Michael Constantine

[02] Dundee and The Culhane: THE VASQUEZ BRIEF
prod. no. 6
13Sep67 CBS
Guest Cast:
Donnelly Rhodes ............... Michael
Frank Silvera ................. Luis Montoya
Neil Burstyn .................. Raoul Montoya
Angela Clarke ................. Maria
Benson Fong

[03] Dundee and The Culhane: THE CAT IN THE BAG BRIEF
prod. no. 1 ? (possibly pilot episode)
(no details)
20Sep67 CBS

[04] Dundee and The Culhane: THE MURDERER STALLION BRIEF
prod. no. 9
27Sep67 CBS
producer, David Victor
director, Alf Kjellin
writer, George Kirgo
Editor, Santo Bernardo
photography, Jack Marta
music, Gerald Fried
Guest Cast:
Roy Poole ..................... Zack Carson
Walter Gregg .................. Jesse Carson
Eddie Firestone ............... Shorty
Matt Clark .................... Smith
Cyril Delevanti ............... Thelonious Hardy
Karen Arthur .................. Nellie
Phil Bruns
Carolyn McWilliams
Robert Ball
Jack Collins
Carole Kelly.
Synopsis:
Dundee urges the people of a small town to stand up to tyrannical
Zack Carson. To prove it can be done, Dundee defends an unusual
client: a horse accused of killing Zack's son.
Commercials: Marlboro -- Benson & Hedges -- Prestone Anti-Freeze
-- Eveready Batteries.

[05] Dundee and The Culhane: THE DEAD MAN'S BRIEF
prod. no.2
04Oct67 CBS
producer, Sam Rolfe
director, Boris Sagal
writer, Dean Hargrove
Editor, Everett Sutherland
photography, Jack Marta
music, David Rose
Guest Cast:
David Canary .................. Charlie Montana
John Mcintire ................. Sheriff Moss
Sally Kellerman ............... Cynthia
Douglas V. Fowley ............. Judge
Don Keefer .................... Johnson
Jack Williams
Eddie Little Sky
Synopsis:
An army fort under Indian attack provides Dundee with the opportunity
to re-open a murder trial he has already lost.
Contents: Commercials: V-8 juice -- Campbell's soup.

[06] Dundee and The Culhane: THE JUBILEE RAID BRIEF
prod. no. 7
18Oct67 CBS
producer, Sam Rolfe
director, Sam Wannamaker
writer, Theodore Apstein
Editor, Jim Faris, Bud Smith
photography, Jack Marta
music, Mundell Lowe
Guest Cast:
Simon Oakland ................. Kneeland
Julie Sommars ................. Lela
Tige Andrews .................. Nicasio
Dabney Coleman ................ Sheriff Wren
Evi Marandi ................... Antonia
Guy Wilkerson (Perkins)
Stuart Nisbet (Clay)
Saadoun Al-Bayati (Rafael)
Michael Hinn (Ben)
Robert P. Lieb.
Summary:
More than one life is at stake as Dundee defends a client accused
of murdering his own son. A bandit chieftain has sworn to wipe out
the town if Dundee's client goes free.
Contents: Commercials: Hunt-Wesson foods.

[07] Dundee and The Culhane: THE 1000 FEET DEEP BRIEF
prod. no. 11
25Oct67 CBS
producer, David Victor
director, Charles Rondeau
writer, Ken Trevey
Editor, Ray Williford
photography, Jack Marta
music, David Rose
Guest Cast:
Ralph Meeker .................. Maximus Tobin
Michael Burns ................. Nugget Hughes
Michael Pataki ................ Charlie Hughes
Ingrid Pitt ................... Tallie Montreaux
Bing Russell .................. H.P. Graham
Irene Tedrow .................. Widow Hughes
Jim Boles ..................... Murtagh
William Phipps ................ Turpin
John Pickard .................. Watchman
Synopsis:
Dundee goes 1000 feet below ground to defend a mine owner whose men
blame him for the death of seven miners. The proceeding is a grim
ordeal for the lawyer, who once spent eight hours trapped in a cave-in.

[08] Dundee and The Culhane: THE DUELIST BRIEF
prod. no. 10
01Nov67 CBS
producer, David Victor
director, Leo Penn
writer, Andy Lewis
Editor, Gene Ruggiero
photography, Jack Marta
music, David Rose
Guest Cst:
Louise Troy ................... Mrs. Amber
Carroll O'Connor .............. McJames
Ed Bakey ...................... Amber
Charles Tyner (Guilfoyle)
James Gosa (Stone)
Harry Bartell (Judge)
Bruce Glover
R.N. Ballard.
Synopsis:
A rowdy hour rife with double-takes and plot twists: Dundee takes the
case of a gentleman duelist being sued for $50,000, by his victim's
wet-eyed widow. The lawyer's first mistake is thinking that he can
prove the widow isn't a widow.
Commercials: Marlboro cigarettes.

[09] Dundee and The Culhane: THE 3:10 TO A LYNCHING BRIEF
prod. no. 8
08Nov67 CBS
Guest Cast:
George Coulouris .............. Jeremiah Scrubbs
Dub Taylor .................... Conductor
Larry Perkins ................. Dugan
Lonny Chapman ................. Henry Taylor
Joaquin Martinez .............. Jesus Padilia

[10] Dundee and The Culhane: THE DEATH OF A WARRIOR BRIEF
prod. no. 3
15Nov67 CBS
producer, Sam Rolfe
director, Jeffrey Hayden
writer, Jack Miller
Editor, Santo L. Bernardo
photography, Jack Marta
music, David Rose
Guest Cast:
John Anderson ................. Kintpaush
James Dunn .................... Milo
Clyde Ventura ................. Kawia
Maggie Thrett ................. Wimea
Gus Trikonis .................. Tonoka
Summary:
Lawyers Dundee and the Culhane square off in a kangaroo court
presided over by an old Indian chief. Dundee is the prosecutor as
Culhane defends a prospector.

[11] Dundee and The Culhane: THY BROTHER'S KEEPER BRIEF
prod. no. 13
22Nov67 CBS
Guest Cast:
William Windom ................ Robert Campbell
Mitch Vogel ................... Jeffrey Bennett
Dallas McKennon ............... Al

[12] Dundee and The Culhane: THE WIDOW'S WEEDS BRIEF
prod. no. 12
29Nov67 CBS
producer, David Victor
director, Gunnar Hellstrom
writer, George Atkins
Editor, Jim Faris
photography, Jack Marta
music, David Rose
Guest Cast:
Dana Wynter ................... Martha
Fred J. Scollay ............... Sheriff Bean
William Campbell .............. Hobbs
Norma Connolly
Lindy Davis
William Fawcett
Clyde Howdy
Stuart Randall
Eddra Gale.
Commercials: Marlboro cigarettes.

[13] Dundee and The Culhane: THE CATCH A THIEF BRIEF (final episode)
prod. no. 5
13Dec67 CBS
producer, Sam Rolfe
director, Robert Gist
writer, Don Balluck
Editor, Gene Ruggiero, Everett Sutherland
photography, Jack Marta
Guest Cast:
Steve Ihnat ................... Ben Murcheson
June Harding .................. Emily Farnum
Sam Melville (Dave Howard)
Ford Rainey (Ed Farnum)
Ken Mayer (Jake).
Synopsis:
Culhane and bounty hunter Ben Murcheson chase a thief who pretended
an interest in the banker's daughter - and got away with $175,000 from the bank's safe.

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