CTVA US Western - "The Gene Autry Show" (Flying A/CBS) Season 1 (1950-51)

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Starring Gene Autry with Pat Buttram
Season 1 (CBS) (1950-51)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Sal Crisanti, Tom Dischley, Louis H. Allgood, Rina Fox, Doug Nye

references:
TV Guide
Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

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CBS Sundays 7:00 Eastern
26 new episodes made for television
plus 26 edited theatricals

1.01 The Gene Autry Show: HEAD FOR TEXAS (verified RF)
(copyright/screen title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 23Jul50; OREG: LP292)
23-Jul-1950 CBS Sun
Directed by Frank McDonald
Screenplay by Dwight Cummins
Director of Photography William Bradford
Guest Cast:
Pat Buttram .......... Pat Jensen (recurring)
Barbara Stanley ...... "Sandy" Dawson
Ben Weldon ........... "Baldy" Carter
George J. Lewis ...... Rod Benton
House Peters Jr. ..... Lou Phelps
Ray Bennett .......... Sheriff Connors.
and:
Jim Frasher .......... Billy Stone
Synopsis:
Gene befriends an ex-jockey who helps him arrest some cattle thieves. [RF]

1.02 The Gene Autry Show: GOLD DUST CHARLIE (verified RF)
(copyright/screen title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 30Jul50; OREG: LP294)
30-Jul-1950 CBS Sun
Directed by Frank McDonald
Screenplay by Jack Townley
Director of Photography William Bradford, A.S.C.
Guest cast:
Pat Buttram ......... Pat (recurring)
Sheila Ryan ......... Betty Taylor
Alan Hale, Jr. ...... Goss
Steve Darrell ....... Smith
Ralph Sanford ....... "Doc" Bailey
Tom London .......... The Sheriff
Sam Flint ........... Harry Taylor
and:
The Cass County Boys
*
Gregg Barton ........ Deputy (uncredited)
Bob Woodward ........ Stage Driver (uncredited)
Frankie Marvin ...... Townsman (uncredited)
Synopsis:
Gene is arrested as a homicide suspect in his attempt to register a land claim. [RF]

1.03 The Gene Autry Show: THE SILVER ARROW (verified RF)
(copyright/screen title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 6Aug50; OREG: LP304)
06-Aug-1950 CBS Sun
The Gene Autry Show - The Silver Arrow 1/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Silver Arrow 2/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Silver Arrow 3/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Silver Arrow 4/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Silver Arrow 5/5 (1950)
Directed by Frank McDonald
Screenplay by Elizabeth Beecher
Director of Photography William Bradford
Guest cast:
Pat Buttram ......... Pat (recurring)
Robert Livingston ... Frank Andrews
George J. Lewis ..... Sid Damon
Ben Weldon .......... Pete Clark
Jim Frasher ......... Randy Edwards
Ray Bennett ......... Sheriff Garner
House Peters Jr. .... Myron Foster
Sandy Sanders ....... Jingo, Damon's Henchman
*
Carl Sepulveda ...... Thug (uncredited)
Synopsis:
Gene clears the name of Randy Edwards who is falsely convicted of
a crime and framed on a murder charge. [RF]

1.4 The Gene Autry Show: THE DOODLE BUG (copyright/screen title)  (verified RF)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 13Aug50; OREG: LP305)
13-Aug-1950 CBS Sun
The Gene Autry Show - The Doodle Bug 1/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Doodle Bug 2/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Doodle Bug 3/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Doodle Bug 4/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Doodle Bug 5/5 (1950)
Directed by Frank McDonald
Screenplay by Polly James
Director of Photography William Bradford
Guest cast:
Pat Buttram ......... Pat (recurring)
Sheila Ryan ......... Lucy Lawrence
Alan Hale Jr. ....... "Kingpin" Tyler
Steve Darrell ....... Henry Mason
Minerva Urecal ...... Mrs. Wilhelmina Wilkins
Tommy Ivo ........... Edgar Wilkins
Gregg Barton ........ Collins
Tom London .......... Sheriff Dawes
*
Wes Hudman .......... Thug (uncredited)
Carl Sepulveda ...... Thug (uncredited)
Synopsis:
Gene goes to Dentonville to investigate a series of gold shipment robberies. [RF]

1.5 [--] The The Gene Autry Show: THE STAR TOTER (verified SC/RF)
(copyright/screen title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 20Aug50; OREG: LP303.
20Aug50 CBS Sun
The Gene Autry Show - The Star Toter 1/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Star Toter 2/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Star Toter 3/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Star Toter 4/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Star Toter 5/5 (1950)
Directed by Frank McDonald
Screenplay by Jack Townley
Director of photography William Bradford, A.S.C.
Guest cast:
Pat Buttram ......... Pat (recurring)
Barbara Stanley ..... Martha Neill
George J. Lewis ..... Ben Foster
Billy Gray .......... Jimmy Foster
Robert Livingston ... Kirk Curry
House Peters Jr ..... Joe Reynolds
Wes Hudman .......... The Deputy Sheriff
*
Beatrice Gray ....... Mrs. Taylor (uncredited)
Frankie Marvin ...... Frankie (uncredited)
Carl Sepulveda ...... Joseph (uncredited)
Synopsis:
WHEN THE TOWN'S SHERIFF IS KILLED BY A BANK ROBBER, GENE TAKES OVER AS
ACTING LAWMAN, WITH THE HOPE OF BRINGING THE BANDIT TO JUSTICE. [SC]
Synopsis 2:
Gene befriends a 12 year old son of a hardened criminal and teaches him respect for the law. [RF]

1.06 [--] The The Gene Autry Show: THE DOUBLE SWITCH (verified SC/RF)
(copyright/screen title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 27Aug50; OREG: LP293)
27Aug50 CBS Sun
Directed by Frank McDonald
Screenplay by Earle Snell
Director of photography William Bradford, A.S.C.
Guest cast:
Pat Buttram ......... Pat (recurring)
Alan Hale Jr. ....... the Bandit
Steve Darrell ....... Henry Harlow
Sam Flint ........... The chairman, Clem Hughes
Tom London .......... The Sheriff
Gregg Barton ........ The Stranger
*
Frankie Marvin ...... Board member/ THE DOCTOR (uncredited)
BOYD STOCKMAN.........STAGECOACH DRIVER (uncredted)
Synopsis 1:
GENE SETS A TRAP FOR A THIEVING RANCHER NAMED HARLOW,WHO TRIES TO STAGE A
PHONY HOLDUP, SO HE AND HIS HENCHMEN CAN GET THEIR HANDS ON A LARGE SUM
OF MONEY. [SC]
Synopsis 2:
Gene sets up a trap to capture a gang of clever stagecoach robbers. [RF]

1.7 [--] The The Gene Autry Show: BLACKWATER VALLEY FEUD (verified SC/RF)
(copyright/screen title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 3Sep50; OREG: LP374)
03Sep50 CBS Sun
The Gene Autry Show - Blackwater Valley Feud 1/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - Blackwater Valley Feud 2/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - Blackwater Valley Feud 3/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - Blackwater Valley Feud 4/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - Blackwater Valley Feud 5/5 (1950)
Directed by George Archainbaud
Screenplay by Paul Gangelin
Director of photography William Bradford, A.S.C.
Guest cast:
Pat Buttram ......... Pat (recurring)
Gail Davis .......... Lila Carson
Stanley Andrews ..... Carl Meachem
Francis McDonald .... Tim Carson
Harry Lauter ........ Hank Bevins
William Haade ....... Jody Bowers
Jack Ingram ......... The Sheriff
*
Bob Woodward ........ Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Art Dillard ......... Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Synopsis 1:
A LAND WAR HEATS UP WHEN A RANCHER IS FOUND MURDERED. GENE AND PAT MUST CLEAR
THE NAME OF THE INNOCENT MAN ACCUSED OF THE MURDER AND BRING THE REAL KILLER
TO JUSTICE. [SC]
Synopsis 2:
Gene matches wits with a crafty land grabber. [RF]

1.8 The Gene Autry Show: DOUBLECROSS VALLEY (verified RF)
(screen/copyright title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 10Sep50; OREG: LP375)
10-Sep-1950 CBS Sun
The Gene Autry Show - Doublecross Valley 1/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - Doublecross Valley 2/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - Doublecross Valley 3/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - Doublecross Valley 4/5 1950
The Gene Autry Show - Doublecross Valley 5/5 (1950)
Screenplay by J. Benton Cheney
Directed by George Archainbaud
Director of photography William Bradford, A.S.C.
Guest cast:
Pat Buttram ......... Pat (recurring)
Gail Davis .......... Susan Watson
Harry Lauter ........ Warren Kent
Stanley Andrews ..... Big Jim Watson
William Haade ....... Callico
Michael Ragan ....... Brent
Francis McDonald .... Jason
Wade Crosby ......... Idaho
*
Bob Woodward ........ Ranch hand (uncredited)
Art Dillard ......... Parker (uncredited)
Frankie Marvin ...... Shortie (uncredited)
Jack Ingram ......... Judd Parker (uncredited)
John L. Cason ....... Thug (uncredited)
Synopsis:
Gene uncovers a gold cache as he helps a friend defend his ranch. [RF]

1.9 [--] The Gene Autry Show: THE POSSE (verified)[RF/SC]
(screen/copyright title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 17Sep50; OREG: LP373)
17-Sep-1950 CBS Sun
The Gene Autry Show - The Posse 1/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Posse 2/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Posse 3/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Posse 4/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Posse 5/5 (1950)
Screenplay by Betty Burbridge
Directed by George Archainbaud
Director of Photography, William Bradford
Guest cast:
Pat Buttram ......... Pat (recurring)
Wendy Waldron ....... Mary Darrow
Francis Ford ........ Whopper Darrow
John Doucette ....... Ace Bolton
Bob Wilkie (aka Robert J. wilkie) .......... Charlie Bolton
Bud Osborne ......... The Sheriff
Bob Cason (aka John Cason) ........... Pete Bolton
*
Bob Woodward ........ Ranch hand in vest (uncredited)
Frankie Marvin ...... Ranch hand with string tie (uncredited)
WES HUDMAN (UNCREDITED), ART DILLARD(UNCREDITED) [SC]
Synopsis 1:
GENE AND PAT ARE HOT ON THE TRAIL OF A GANG OF BANK ROBBERS WHILE HELPING
AN OLD FRIEND WITH A REPUTATION FOR BEING A COMPULSIVE LIAR. [SC]
Synopsis 2:
Gene temporarily turns his ranch over to an old man who wants to impress his visiting daughter. [RF]

1.10 The Gene Autry Show: THE DEVIL'S BRAND
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 24Sep50; OREG: LP372
24-Sep-1950 CBS Sun
The Gene Autry Show - The Devil's Brand 1/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Devil's Brand 2/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Devil's Brand 3/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Devil's Brand 4/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - The Devil's Brand 5/5 (1950)
Guest Cast:
Wendy Waldron
Gail Davis
John Doucette
Bud Osborne
Bob Cason
Francis Ford
Robert J. Wilke
George Lloyd
Wes Hudman

 
1.11 The Gene Autry Show: SIX-SHOOTER SWEEPSTAKES (verified RF)
(screen/copyright title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 25Oct50; OREG: LP429)
01-Oct-1950 CBS Sun (Network re-run 21Jul51)
Directed by Frank McDonald
Screenplay Norman S. Hall
Director of Photography William Bradford
Guest cast:
Pat Buttram ......... Pat (recurring)
Virginia Herrick .... Caroline Ewing
Harry Harvey ........ Sheriff Ewing
Kenne Duncan ........ Chuck Evans
Jamel Frazier ....... Corky
Tom Neal ............ Greasy
Zon Murray .......... Rocky Bowman
*
Wes Hudman .......... Doc Peters (uncredited)
Frankie Marvin ...... Slim (uncredited)
Art Dillard ......... Henchman (uncredited)
Synopsis:
Champion loses a race but helps Gene to apprehend some bank robbers. [RF]

1.12 The Gene Autry Show: THE POISONED WATERHOLE (verified RF)
(screen/copyright title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 26Oct50; OREG: LP428)
08-Oct-1950 CBS Sun
Screenplay by Polly James
Directed by Frank McDonald
Director of Photography William Bradford
Guest cast:
Pat Buttram ......... Pat (recurring)
Sheila Ryan ......... Kate Judd
Bill Henry .......... Paul Judd
Chief Thundercloud .. Chief Tehome
Leonard Penn ........ Ben Craig
Don C. Harvey ....... Reese
Tom London .......... Sheriff Baines
*
Frankie Marvin ...... Al (uncredited)
Wes Hudman .......... Deputy (uncredited)
Synopsis:
Gene's American Indian friends are accused of poisoning a water hole. [RF]

1.13 The Gene Autry Show: THE LOST CHANCE (verified RF)
(screen/copyright title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 26Oct50; OREG: LP431)
15-Oct-1950 CBS Sun
Screenplay by Paul Gangelin
Directed by Frank McDonald
Director of Photography William Bradford
Guest cast:
Pat Buttram ......... Pat (recurring)
Don Pietro .......... Pepito Garcia
Harry Harvey ........ Mac Innis
Tom Neal ............ Buck
Kenne Duncan ........ Del Andrews
Zon Murray .......... Bo Hanlon
Wes Hudman .......... Art Daley
*
Frankie Marvin ...... Al (uncredited)
John L. Cason ....... Big Street Brawler (uncredited)
George Steele ....... Henchmen (uncredited)
Synopsis:
Gene learns that Rockbottom's Cattlemen's Association fund is $40,000 short. [RF]

1.14 [--] The Gene Autry Show: THE BLACK RIDER (verified RF)
(screen/copyright title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc.(ODAT: 26Oct50; OREG: LP430)
22-Oct-1950 CBS Sun
screenplay by Elizabeth Beecher
directed by Frank McDonald
director of photography William Bradford, A.S.C.
Guest cast:
Pat Buttram ......... Pat (recurring)
Sheila Ryan ......... Sheila Dexter
Bill Henry .......... Dr. H. C. Westover
Leonard Penn ........ Jeff Barker
Tom London .......... Zeb, the Sheriff
Don C. Harvey ....... Sim Conlan
Wes Hudman .......... Hardin (uncredited)
Bob Woodward ........ Range Rider (uncredited)
Synopsis:
Gene, a former Texas Ranger is summoned to help put an end to the
mysterious murders.

 1.15 The Gene Autry Show: GUN POWDER RANGE (verified RF)
(screen/copyright title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 29Oct50; OREG: LP496)
29-Oct-1950 CBS Sun
Screenplay by Kenneth Perkins
Directed by George Archainbaud
director of photography William Bradford, A.S.C.
Guest cast:
Pat Buttram ......... Pat (recurring)
Gail Davis .......... Milly Parker
Dick Jones .......... Tim Parker
George J. Lewis ..... Bill Chipote
Chuck Roberson ...... Wingo
Lee Phelps .......... Deputy Bart Brent
Ken MacDonald ....... Sheriff Jack Judd
Dick Alexander ...... 'Dog-iron' Ned
*
Art Dillard ......... Posse Member (uncredited)
Frankie Marvin ...... Bill (uncredited)
Wes Hudman .......... Henchman (uncredited)
Frank Matts ......... Henchman (uncredited)
Carl Sepulveda ...... Henchman (uncredited)
Synopsis:
Gene poses as a bad man in order to persuade Tim to abandon his wild
ways riding as an outlaw. [RF]

1.16 The Gene Autry Show: THE BREAKUP (verified on film RF)
(screen/copyright title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 5Nov50; OREG: LP498)
05-Nov-1950 CBS Sun
Screenplay by Sherman Lowe
Directed by George Archainbaud
director of photography William Bradford, A.S.C.
Guest cast:
Pat Buttram ......... Pat (recurring)
Lynne Roberts ....... Susan Derrington Elwood
Alan Hale Jr. ....... Mort Craig
Jim Bannon .......... Slim
Rand Brooks ......... Jeff Elwood
Paul Campbell ....... Cactus
Ed Dearing .......... Sheriff
(I. Stanford) Stan Jolley... Ed Jackson
Wes Hudman .......... Charlie Tupper
*
Art Dillard ......... Derrington's ranch hand (uncredited)
Beatrice Gray ....... Babysitter (uncredited)
Carl Sepulveda ...... Old Man Derrington (uncredited)
Bob Woodward ........ Dr. Tripp (uncredited)
Synopsis:
A young couple split up because of stubborness of the bride's father. [RF]

1.17 The Gene Autry Show: TWISTED TRAILS (verified on film RF)
(screen/copyright title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 12Nov50; OREG: LP497)
12-Nov-1950 CBS Sun
Screenplay by Dwight Cummins
Directed by George Archainbaud
director of photography William Bradford, A.S.C.
Guest cast:
Pat Buttram ......... Pat (recurring)
Lynne Roberts ....... Felicia Summers
Alan Hale Jr. ....... Bill Watterson
Jim Bannon .......... Jim Baker
Rand Brooks ......... Deputy
Billy Gray .......... Eddie Baker
Ed Dearing .......... Sheriff Wade Clark
Paul Campbell ....... Andy McBride
(I. Stanford) Stan Jolley... Brad Owens
*
Art Dillard ......... Posse (uncredited)
Carl Sepulveda ...... Howdo (uncredited)
Wes Hudman .......... Louie (uncredited)
Synopsis:
Eddie Baker, 12 goes west in search of his father, not knowing the man has turned outlaw. [RF]

1.18 The Gene Autry Show: THE FIGHT AT PEACEFUL MESA (verified on film RF)
(screen/copyright title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 19Nov50; OREG: LP495.
19-Nov-1950 CBS Sun
Screenplay by Paul Gangelin
Directed by George Archainbaud
director of photography William Bradford, A.S.C.
Guest cast:
Pat Buttram ......... Pat (recurring)
Gail Davis .......... Anne Lawton
George J. Lewis ..... Jeff Forbes
Chuck Roberson ...... Tucson
Kenneth MacDonald ... Tom Lawton
Lee Phelps .......... City Marshal
Dick Alexander ...... Tex
Wes Hudman .......... Pete
*
Carl Sepulveda ...... Barker (uncredited)
Synopsis 1:
While in search of a masked gang, Gene and Pat find a dying rancher.
The two cowboys find themselves in danger when they try to carry out
the rancher’s oral will. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
The inheritance of valuable ranch property proves to be a motive for bloodshed. [RF]

1.19 The Gene Autry Show: HOT LEAD (copyright title) [verified on film RF]
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 11Dec50; OREG: LP624)
26-Nov-1950 CBS Sun
The Gene Autry Show - Hot Lead 1/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - Hot Lead 2/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - Hot Lead 3/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - Hot Lead 4/5 (1950)
The Gene Autry Show - Hot Lead 5/5 (1950)
Producer Louis Gray
Screenplay by Dwight Cummins
Directed by George Archainbaud
Director of photography William Bradford
Guest cast:
Alan Hale Jr. ........ Tiny Jensen
Harry Cheshire ....... Bert Hodge
Harry Lauter ......... Sam Blake
Don C. Harvey ........ Matt Ellis
Jim Frasher .......... Jeff Ellis
Marshall Reed ........ Ed, Henchman
Kenne Duncan ......... Clerk
*
Frankie Marvin ....... Short cowpoke in
leather vest watching fight (uncredited)
Synopsis:
A young bank-robber follows his stallion to Gene's ranch, where
he finds understanding and a better life. [RF]

1.20 The Gene Autry Show: THE GRAY DUDE (copyright/screen title) [verified on film RF]
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 11Dec50; OREG: LP627)
03-Dec-1950 CBS Sun
Screenplay by Elizabeth Beecher
Directed by Frank McDonald
Director of Photography William Bradford
Guest cast:
Chill Wills .......... Himself
James Griffith ....... Dude Devlin
Robert Filmer ........ Sheriff Davis
Reed Howes ........... Huck
Tom Monroe ........... Slip
Kermit Maynard ....... Biff
Art Dillard .......... Henchman
*
Sam Flint ............ Old Timer (uncredited)
Bob Woodward ......... Posse Member (uncredited)
Synopsis:
Gene sets out to capture his friend's killer, but when Sheriff Davis
unwillingly cooperates in the search, Gene begins to suspect the lawman
of being in cahoots with the outlaw. [RF]

 1.21 The Gene Autry Show: THE KILLER HORSE [RF]
(screen/copyright title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 11Dec50; OREG: LP625)
10-Dec-1950 CBS Sun
screenplay by Kenneth Perkins
directed by George Archainbaud
director of photography William Bradford, A.S.C.
Guest Cast: (screen order)
Alan Hale Jr. ........ Tiny
Harry Cheshire ....... Judge Mike Hooper
William Kimbley ...... Chuck Jones
Harry Lauter ......... Uvade, the Dandy Assayer
Don C. Harvey ........ Scoop (thug)
Kenne Duncan ......... Marshal Tub Mohan
Hal K. Dawson ........ Blowfly Jones
Marshall Reed ........ Tom Maraday
*
Frankie Marvin ....... Shortie (Posse Member) (uncredited)
Bob Woodward ......... Townsman (uncredited)
Synopsis 1:
Gene protects a young boy’s wild horse accused of killing an old prospector.
Though evidence indicates that the horse is at fault, Gene sets out to find
the real killer.[RF]
Synopsis 2:
Someone implicates Chuck's horse, his sole possession in the savage killing
of two prospectors. [RF]

1.22 The Gene Autry Show: THE PEACEMAKER [verified on film RF]
(no copyright details)
17-Dec-1950 CBS
Screenplay by Paul Gangelin
Directed by Frank McDonald
Director of Photography William Bradford
Guest cast:
Chill Wills ...... Chill (recurring)
Russ Hayden ...... Dave Anders
Peggy Stewart .... Ellie March
James Griffith ... Bill Hubbard
Robert Filmer .... Bert Monahan
Reed Howes ....... Alcott
Sam Flint ........ George Hubbard
Tom Monroe ....... Tom
Kermit Maynard ... Mike
*
Art Dillard ...... Johnny (uncredited)

1.23 [--] The Gene Autry Show: THE SHERIFF OF SANTA ROSA
(screen/copyright title) [verified on film RF]
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 7Feb51; OREG: LP746)
24Dec50 CBS Sun
Screenplay by Polly James
Directed by George Archainbaud
Director of Photography, William Bradford
Guest cast:
Fuzzy Knight ..... Sagebrush (recurring)
Dick Jones ....... Ted Doyle
Nan Leslie ....... Libby Blair
Stanley Andrews... Sam Blair
Mira McKinney .... Marquita Doyle
Dick Curtis ...... Hutch Logan
Chuck Roberson ... Kenmore
James Harrison ... Deputy Bill
Al Wyatt ......... Mike
*
Bob Woodward ..... Posse Member (uncredited)
Art Dillard ...... Ranch Hand (uncredited)

1.24 The Gene Autry Show: T.N.T.  (screen/copyright title) [verified on film RF]
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (copyright ODAT: 7Feb51, OREG: LP744)
31-Dec-1950 CBS Sun
Screenplay by Dwight Cummins
Directed by George Archainbaud
Director of Photography William Bradford
Guest cast:
Fuzzy Knight ......... Sagebrush (recurring)
Eilene Janssen ....... Theodora Natalie Towne (T.N.T.)
Stanley Andrews ...... Colonel Thaddeus Towne
Dick Curtis .......... Ed Simms
Chuck Roberson ....... Seth Weaver
James Harrison ....... Sheriff Downey
Synopsis:
A new neighbor, Colonel Towne, pressures Gene into selling him water rights. [RF]

----------------------
Moves to CBS Saturdays
----------------------

[TH01] Scorched Earth (1951.01.06) (edited theatrical?)
TITLE: Scorched earth.
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 11Dec50; OREG: LP626.


[TH02] THE RANGE RIDER (1951.01.13)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 28Dec50; OREG: LP630)
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH03] SECRET LOADE (1951.01.20)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 28Dec50; OREG: LP629)
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH04] SIXGUN PARTY (1951.01.27)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 28Dec50; OREG: LP628)
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH05] STAGE TO RAINBOW'S END (1951.02.03)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 28Dec50; OREG: LP631)
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH06] Baron of Broken Bow (1951.02.10)(edited theatrical?)
(no copyright details)

[TH07] Crooked Fork (1951.02.17)(edited theatrical?)
(no copyright details)

[TH08] Gunpoint (1951.02.24)(edited theatrical?)
(no copyright details)

[--] The Golden peso (copyright title)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 8Apr51; OREG: LP862.
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.
(possibly an AKA for "Baron of Broken Bow"/ "Crooked Fork"
OR "Gunpoint")


[TH09] GUNSLINGER IN PARADISE (1951.03.03)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 19Feb51; OREG: LP752)
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH10] Right of Way (1951.03.10)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 19Feb51; OREG: LP753)
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH11] Bad Medicine (1951.03.17)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 8Mar51; OREG: LP803.
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH12] Grand Fleece (1951.03.24)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 8Mar51; OREG: LP826.
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH13] Pack Rat (1951.03.31)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 8Mar51; OREG: LP825.
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH14] The Hawk (1951.04.07)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 8Apr51; OREG: LP860.
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.


1.25 The Gene Autry Show: THE RAIDERS (copyright title) (verified on film RF)
(one of two episodes filmed in color in season 1)
(companion episode "Double-Barreled Vengeance")
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (copyright ODAT: 7Feb51; OREG: LP745)
14-Apr-1951 CBS Sat
Screenplay by Betty Burbridge
Directed by John English
Director of photography William Bradford, A.S.C.
Guest cast:
Fuzzy Knight ......... Sagebrush (recurring)
Nan Leslie ........... Faith Harding
Raymond Hatton ....... Zeke Hawkins
George Cooper ........ 'Buckeye' Jack Hawes
Bill Kennedy ......... Sheriff Dan Burke
Gregg Barton ......... Tom Watson
Reed Howes ........... Spade
Michael Ragan ........ Monte
*
Art Dillard .......... Smitty (uncredited)
Wes Hudman ........... Jim, Relay Station Agent (uncredited)
Jack Ingram .......... Deputy Sam (uncredited)
Boyd Stockman ........ 2nd Stage Driver (uncredited)
Bob Woodward ......... First Wagon Driver (uncredited)
Synopsis:
Gene and Sagebrush are out apprehend a bandit named 'Buckeye'
who has robbed a construction company payroll. [RF]

1.26 The Gene Autry Show: DOUBLE-BARRELED VENGEANCE (copyright title)(verified on film RF)
(one of two episodes filmed in color in season 1)
(companion episode "The Raiders")
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (copyright ODAT: 7Feb51; OREG: LP747)
21-Apr-1951 CBS Sat
Screenplay by Sue Dwiggins & Vy Russell
Directed by John English
Director of photography William Bradford, A.S.C.
Guest cast:
Fuzzy Knight ......... Sagebrush (recurring)
Nan Leslie ........... Yvette Wilson
Raymond Hatton ....... Slinger
Bill Kennedy ......... Sheriff Tom Lash
Gregg Barton ......... Gus
Reed Howes ........... Joe
Michael Ragan ........ Dusty
*
Jack Ingram .......... Card player in vest (uncredited)
Synopsis 1:
A special investigator for an express company, Gene has to turn
outlaw to find stolen money.
Synopsis 2:
Gene encounters trouble when he tries to recover an old bandit's
loot while under cover. [RF]

[TH15] Dead Man's Shoes (1951.04.28)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 9Apr51; OREG: LP861.
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH16] Flying Arrow (1951.05.05)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 9Apr51; OREG: LP859.
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH17] Diablo Pass (1951.05.12)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 25Jun51; OREG: LP1020.
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH18] Hidden Gold (1951.05.19)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 25Jun51; OREG: LP1019.
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH19] False Trail (1951.05.26)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 6Aug51; OREG: LP1115
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH20] Indian Sign (1951.06.02)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 6Aug51; OREG: LP1114.
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH21] Last of the Pony Express (1951.06.09)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 6Aug51; OREG: LP1111.
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH22] Marked for Death (1951.06.16) (edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 6Aug51; OREG: LP1112.
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH23] Ghost of Poco Loco (1951.06.23)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 8Aug51; OREG: LP1116.
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH24] Ten Thousand Reward (1951.06.30)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 8Aug51; OREG: LP1113.
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH25] Harsh Reckoning (1951.07.07) (edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. ODAT: 10Sep51; OREG: LP1188.
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.

[TH26] Western Fugitive (1951.07.14)(edited theatrical?)
Flying A Pictures, Inc. (ODAT: 8Mar51; OREG: LP802)
CLNA: American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.



[--] 21Jul51 re-run of "Six Shooters Sweepstakes" (first aired 1Oct50)
 

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