CTVA Western - "Outlaws" (NBC) Season 1 (1960-61)

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Starring: Barton MacLane, Don Collier, Jock Gaynor, Wynn Pearce
Season 1 (NBC) (1960-61)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox, James Beer
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive / Writers Guild of America (wga)


 
################# Outlaws ##################
############# season 1 1960-61 ###############
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NBC Thursdays 7:30pm Eastern
 starring (season 1)(1960-61)
Barton MacLane as U.S. Marshal Frank Caine (1960-61)
Don Collier as Deputy Marshal Will Foreman (1960-62)
Jock Gaynor as Deputy Marshal Heck Martin (fall 1960) (eps 1-9)
Wynn Pearce as Deputy Marshal Steve Corbie (early 1961) (eps 10-26)

1.01 [--] Outlaws: THIRTY A MONTH
29Sep60
Starring: Barton Maclane, Don Collier, Jock Gaynor
Guest Cast:
Steve Forrest ......... Rance Hollister
Robert Culp ........... Sam Yadkin
Warren Oates .......... Billy Hooton
Garry Walberg ......... Brazos
A lifelong dream turns into tragic reality when three cowboys
allow a false sense of loyalty for their trail boss to turn them into hunted men.
(30Apr61 Tyne-Tees UK, Sun 10:10pm)

1.02 [--] Outlaws: BALLAD FOR A BADMAN
06Oct60 NBC
Teleplay by Corey Wilbur
Guest Cast:
Cliff Robertson ............... Chad Burns
Madlyn Rhue ................... Rose Dabney
Charles Aidman ................ Drew Craven
Paul Hartman .................. Winny
Patricia Breslin .............. Julie Kittrick
Jerome Cowan .................. Lafe Dabney
James Dobson .................. Seth Craven
Onslow Stevens ................ John Kyle
Grandon Rhodes ................ Thorne

[--] 13Oct60 - no details

1.03 [--] Outlaws: BEAT THE DRUM SLOWLY
20Oct60 NBC
Vic Morrow .................... Joe Cannon
Dean Jones .................... Danny Cannon
Ray Walston ................... Judge

1.04 [--] Outlaws: RAPE OF RED SKY
27Oct60 NBC
Produced by Robert Bassler
Written and Directed by Douglas Heyes
Director of Photography, William W. Spencer
Film Editor, Ira Heymann
Music, Hugo Friedhofer.
Starring:
Barton MacLane, Don Collier, Jock Gaynor
Guest Cast:
Gerald Mohr ................... Beau Latimer
Skip Homeier .................. Gabe Cutter
Jackie Coogan ................. Corbett
Patricia Barry ................ Aimie
Leo Gordon .................... Hutch
Barbara Lang .................. ???
William Bryant ................ Jack Roos
Eugene Iglesias ............... Hassini
also:
Joanna Heyes, Jeanne Bates, Robert Griffin, Duane Grey,
Richard Reeves, Hal Hopper, Roscoe Ates, Carleton Carpenter.
Synopsis:
Gabe Cutter (Homeier) has sworn to make the town of Red Sky pay
for the lynching of his innocent brother. [UCLA]

1.05 [--] Outlaws: SHORTY
03Nov60 NBC
Alfred Ryder .................. Jack Duane
Hampton Fancher ............... Mike Duane
Edward Binns .................. Sam Decker
Vivi Janiss ................... Chloe Duane
Robert Hariand ................ Clem Decker

1.06 [--] Outlaws: LAST CHANCE
10Nov60 NBC
executive producer, Frank Telford
producer, Joseph Dackow
director, Richard Whorf
writer, Andy Lewis.
Director of Photography, Harkness Smith;
Film Editor, Henry Batista;
music, Hugo Friedhofer.
Starring:
Don Collier, Barton MacLane, Jock Gaynor
Guest Cast:
Jack Mullaney ................. Harry Gannon
John Larch .................... Tillitson
Ellen Willard ................. Sue Ellen McKim
Phillip Pine .................. Quinsey
Bruce Gordon .................. Mercer
Synopsis:
Oklahoma bandit Harry Gannon (Mullaney) decides to turn over a new
leaf: to settle down with his sweetheart and go straight. [UCLA]

1.07 [--] Outlaws: STARFALL (Part 1/2) 24Nov60 NBC
1.08 [--] Outlaws: STARFALL (Part 2/2) 01Dec60 NBC
Source: "Crosslines video" in a 4-tape boxed set (verified - James Beer)
Filmed at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios
Executive Producer: Frank Telford / Producer: Joseph Dackow
Director & Teleplay: Walter Doniger
From a Novel by John Cunningham
Guest Cast: (not verified)
William Shatner ............... Wayne Gorham
David White ................... Clay Fisher
Jack Warden ................... Ollie
Adam Williams ................. Burt
Paul Richards ................. Pepe
Edgar Buchanan ................ Nulty
Pippa Scott ................... Donna Pringle
John Hoyt ..................... Colonel Pringle
Cloris Leachman ............... Maddy
Ken Lynch ..................... Abetforth
John Anderson ................. Simon Shaw
*
Music/Theme: Hugo Friedhofer
Associate Producer: John Banse
Story Editor: Dick Nelson
Director of Photography: Harkness Smith
Art Directors: George W.Davis & William Ferrari
Film Editor: Ira Heyman
Set Decorators: Henry Grace & Don Greenwood
Casting: Jane Murray
Assistant Director: Don Daves
Recording Supervisor: Franklin Milton

*
Part 1
The Oklahoma Territory is torn apart by a range war, and the Government
tries to quell dissension. But four men can't abide the law or the lawful.
Part 2
Peace has been restored to the Oklahoma Territory, and the participants
in the range war have agreed to sign an amnesty, but four men involved
in the feudfind that hate and prejudice have not been forgotten.
(synopsis - "Television Westerns Episode Guide" by Harris M.Lentz III. supplied by James Beer)

[--] 08Dec60 - no details

1.09 [--] Outlaws: THE FORTUNE STONE
15Dec60 NBC
Gerald Mohr ................... Beau Lattimer
Dianne Foster ................. Ann Dineen
Edward Atienza ................ Fescu

1.10 [--] Outlaws: THE QUIET KILLER
Source: Moviecraft Video MC-277 60 min.
29Dec60 NBC
Produced by Joseph Dackow
Directed by Sobey Martin
Starring
Barton MacLane, Don Collier, Jock Gaynor
Guest Stars:
Gene Evans .................... Marshal Tom Doan
Phyllis Thaxter ............... Mae Roberts
with:
Carleton Young ................ Tobey
Fuzzy Knight .................. Isaac Miller
J. Pat O'Malley ............... Kels Nickels
Dan Frazer .................... Sam Childers
Clegg Hoyt .................... Isham Dart
Johnny Washbrook .............. Vince Nickels
A based-on-fact story of a disillusioned federal marshal who,
losing faith in justice by jury, forfeits his badge and hires himself out as a bounty hunter.
(UK airdate: 21May61 ITV ATV London,  Sun 10:10 pm)

1.11 [--] Outlaws: RETURN TO NEW MARCH
05Jan60 NBC Thur (to be verified) (Network Rerun 22Jun61)
executive producer, Frank Telford ;
producer, Joseph Dackow ;
writer, Andy Lewis.
director, Sobey Martin ;
Director of photography, Harkness Smith
Film Editor, Henry Batista
music, Hugo Friedhofer.
Starring:
Don Collier, Barton MacLane, Jock Gaynor,
Guest Cast:
Julie Adams ................... Juill Ramsur
Preston Foster ................ Major Ramsur
Gene Lyons, Barry Kelley, Reedy Talton, Karl Swenson, John Pickard,
Paul Sorenson, Ken Mayer, Andy Albin.
Synopsis:
New March might be a ghost town before long. The Great Plains Railroad
is planning to bypass it and build a company town two miles away.
Some irate citizens of New March kill a railroad employee, and Foreman,
who was raised there, is assigned to investigate. [UCLA]

[--] 12Jan61 - no details

1.12 [--] Outlaws: THE WAITING GAME
19Jan61 NBC Thur (rebroadcast 29Jun61)
Guest cast:
Alan Hale, Jr. ................ Blunden
Edward Andrews ................ Veckser
Larry Gates ................... Teel
Fred Beir ..................... Adams
Constance Ford ................ Hannah Wolk
Synopsis:
A gang of robbers hold up the Topeka bank and make off with a huge haul.
They plan to hide the money for a number of years before dividing it
among themselves - and devise an ingenious way of preventing any one
of them from getting the money ahead of time. [RF]

1.13 [--] Outlaws: THE DALTONS MUST DIE (Part 1/2) 26Jan61 NBC
1.14 [--] Outlaws: THE DALTONS MUST DIE (Part 2/2) 02Feb61 NBC
Guest Cast:
Larry Pennell ................. Bob Dalton
Robert Lansing ................ Frank Dalton
Joan Evans .................... Molly Moore
Chris Robinson ................ Red Buck
Charles Carlson ............... Grat Dalton
  Bill Tennant .................. Emroert Dalton
Synopsis
"The Daltons Must Die" Part 1:
First of two episodes dramatizing the story of five brothers, all deputy marshals,
who turned away from the law. The brothers are after a dangerous killer named Red
Buck and his two sidekicks, Lucky and Willie. [RF]
Synopsis:
"The Daltons Must Die" Part 2
Embittered because a jury failed to convict their brother Frank's killers,
the four Daltons take the law into their own hands. [J.Beer]
(Syndicated rerun, Tuesday 25Feb 64, 6:30 p.m. WNHC-8, New Haven, CT)

1.15 [--] Outlaws: ASSASSIN
09Feb61 NBC
Dean Stockwell ................ Billy Joe Minden
Kevin Hagen ................... McKinnon
Jennifer West ................. Marcia Fremont
Edmon Ryan .................... Tare

1.16 [--] Outlaws: CULLEY
16Feb61 NBC
Henry Hull .................... Jeb Woods
James Coburn .................. Culley Scott
John Milford .................. Leo Kirk
Sue Ane Langdon ............... Miss Julie
Judson Pratt .................. Dagger
Vito Scotti ................... Paco
James Griffith ................ Lawyer Ephraim

[--] 23Feb61 - no details

1.17 [--] Outlaws: THE BILL DOOLIN STORY
02Mar61 NBC
Joe Maross .................... Bill Doolin
Jacques Aubuchon .............. Jones
Wright King ................... Little Dick
Jean Allison .................. Edith
Jim Beck ...................... Red Buck

1.18 [--] Outlaws: THE BELL 
09Mar61 NBC Thur
Source: "Crosslines video" in a 4-tape boxed set (verified - James Beer)
Filmed at Paramount Studios
Produced by Joseph Dackow
Written by Jack Curtis
Directed by Paul Stanley
*
Starring:
Don Collier (as Deputy Marshal Will Foreman)
Guest Stars: ( verified)
Simon Oakland ................. Neil Gwinner
Jack Lord ..................... Jim Houston
John Howard ................... Parson
Guest Cast (verified)
Wynn Pearce ........... Corbie
Ray Daley ............. Connie Beam
Parley Baer ........... Harold Beam
Phyllis Hill .......... Theodora Cabot
Bennye Gatteys ........ Susanna Cabot
*
Music/Theme: Hugo Friedhofer
Director Of Photography: Wm.Margulies a.s.c.
Story Editor: Dick nelson
Art Directors: Hal Pereira & Howard Richmond
Film Editor: Frank P.Keller a.c.e.
Set Decorators: Sam Comer & Claude Carpenter
Casting: Jerry Bloom
Assistant Director: Don Daves
Sound Recording: Wm.Brady & Joel Moss
Makeup Supervision: Wally Westmore s.m.a.
Hair Stylist Supervision: Nellie Manley c.h.s.
Developed for NBC by Frank Telford

*
Synopsis:
Foreman (Don Collier), taking killer Neil Gwinner back to prison, is joined on the road by
ex-convict Jim Houston. Gwinner offers Houston money to help him escape.
(synopsis - "Television Westerns Episode Guide" by Harris M.Lentz III. supplied by James Beer)

1.19 [--] Outlaws: NO MORE PENCILS -NO MORE BOOKS
16Mar61 NBC
David Wayne ................... Darius Woodley
Tom Gilson .................... Red McCool
Patricia Barry ................ Laurie Palmer

[--] 23Mar61 - no details

1.20 [--] Outlaws: BLIND SPOT
30Mar61 NBC
producer, Joseph Dackow
writer, Norman Katkov.
director, Abner Biberman
Director of photography, William Margulies
Film Editor, Michael Luciano;
music, Hugo Friedhofer.
Starring:
Don Collier, Barton MacLane,
Guest Cast:
Gary Merrill .................. Frank Denton
Roger Mobley .................. Davey Morgan
Lisabeth Hush,
Harp McGuire,
Ed Wilson,
Howard Wormser,
Howard McLeod,
V.J. Ardwin ................... the Weasel
Synopsis:
Thirteen-year-old Davey's father has been killed by an outlaw known
only as 'The Weasel.' Gunman Frank Denton (Merrill) prepares the
boy to avenge his father's murder. [UCLA]

1.21 [--] Outlaws: OUTRAGE AT PAWNEE BEND
06Apr61 NBC
Paul Ford ..................... Captain Griggs
Frank McHugh .................. John Buttery
Jonathan Harris ............... Sam Twyfford

1.22 [--] Outlaws: THE AVENGER
13Apr61 NBC
Vic Morrow .................... Tommy Dodge
Martin Landau ................. Rankin
Randy Sparks .................. Sonny
Jeanette Nolan

[--] 20Apr61 - no details

1.23 [--] Outlaws: THE SOONER
27Apr61 NBC
Cesare Danova ................. Grigor Zacod
Stacy Harris .................. Larson
James Chandler ................ Reverend
Joan Tetzel ................... Jane
Robert Carricart .............. Moretti
Joseph Ruskin ................. Kopek
Henry Rowland ................. Schmidt

1.24 [--] Outlaws: SAM BASS
04May61 NBC
Written by Jack Curtis
Jack Chaplain ................. Sam Bass
Dennis Patrick ................ Joel Collins
Walter Burke .................. Murphy
Cal Bolder .................... Barnes
Gregg Palmer .................. Heft
Margarita Cordova ............. Marisa

1.25 [--] Outlaws: THE BROTHERS
11May61 NBC
Written by Dave Lewis
Richard Rust .................. Jimmy Kelly
Charles Briggs ................ Maury Kelly
Christine White ............... Persis
Jim Davis ..................... Steed

1.26 [--] Outlaws: THE LITTTLE COLONEL
18May61 NBC
Written by Lowell Barrington
Ralph Manza ................... Colonel
Craig Curtis .................. Ben
Rafael Campos ................. Valdez
Ted Markland .................. Cass
Anna Navarro .................. Monique

[--] 22Jun61 - rerun of #1.11 "Return to New March" (first aired 05Jan61 -to be verified)
[--] 29Jun61 - rerun of #1.12 "The Waiting Game" (first aired 19Jan61)

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