CTVA Western - "Tales of the Texas Rangers" (Screen Gems/CBS) Season 3 (Fall 1958)

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Starring Willard Parker (as Jace Pearson) & Harry Lauter (as Clay Morgan)
Season 3 (CBS) (Fall 1958)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Sal Crisanti, Rina Fox
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)


 
######### Tales of The Texas Rangers #########
############# season 3 fall 1958 #############
############### (final season) ###############
CBS Saturday Mornings

3.01 [40] Tales of the Texas Rangers: TRAITOR'S GOLD
(1958.10.02)
Keith Richards ................ Sam Devers
Joe Bassett ................... Jim Rhodes
Harry Harvey, Jr. ............. Jeff Thorpe
Richard Powers ................ Morgan Thorpe
Steve Pendleton ............... Ed Handson

3.02 [41] Tales of the Texas Rangers: WARPATH (1958.10.09)
James Lydon ................... Lt Jared Evans
Patrick Whyte ................. Sgt. Reagan
Raymond Hatton ................ Elihu Styles
Edmund Hashim ................. Black Eagle
Louis Lettieri

3.03 [42] Tales of the Texas Rangers: MIDWAY KEWPIE (1958.10.16)
Stacy Harris .................. Leo Nash
Richard Benedict

3.04 [43] Tales of the Texas Rangers: EDGE OF DANGER (verified -SC)
23-Oct-58 CBS Sat AM
Directed By George Blair
Written By Frank Moss
Guest Cast:
Michael Dante............as Alfredo
Larry Perron............as Johnny Ryan
Linda Lawson............as Dolores
Donald Lawton............as Escobar
Vince Barnett............as Harry Sanders
Synopsis:
Two-time criminal Johnny Ryan escapes from a Oklahoma penitentiary headed
for Texas to get even with the man who he believes stole and married his
former girlfriend. Jace and Clay are in pursuit of Ryan and track him to town of Loredo. [SC]

3.05 [44] Tales of the Texas Rangers: CATTLE DRIVE (1958) (verified -SC)
30Oct58 CBS Sat am
DIRECTED BY GEORGE BLAIR.
WRITTEN BY VICTOR MCLEOD.
Guest Cast:
Grant Withers ................. Ramrod Johnson
Stanley Adams ................. Sally
Kelly Thordsen ................ Muncho
SYNOPSIS:
BY REQUEST OF THE CATTLEMENS ASSOCIATION, JACE PEARSON AND CLAY
MORGAN GO UNDERCOVER AS WORKING COWHANDS ON A TEXAS CATTLE DRIVE TO
FIND OUT THE IDENITY OF THE PERSON GIVING INFORMATION TO MEMBERS OF
A GANG OF CATTLE RUSTLERS. [SC]

3.06 [45] Tales of the Texas Rangers: DEADFALL (1958.11.06)
Frank Ferguson ................ Dembrow
Joseph Turkel ................. Chance Dembrow
Bud Dory ...................... Frank Dembrow
Richard Newton ................ Joe Taylor

3.07 [46] Tales of the Texas Rangers: STEEL TRAP (verified - SC)
13Nov58 CBS Sat AM
Directed By Irving J. Moore
Written By Arthur Orloff
Guest Cast:
Clark Howat............as Burt Wilson
Nancy English............as Annie Mitchell
Olane Soule............as Bill Peters
Eddie Fetherstone............as Fred Mortenson
Synopsis:
After a pyromaniac escapes from a psychopathic ward, a series of fires break out. Jace and Clay
learn that all of the  burned buildings were insured by the same insurance company. [SC]

3.08 [47] Tales of the Texas Rangers: DESERT FURY (1958) (verified -SC)
20Nov58 CBS Sat am
DIRECTED BY GEORGE BLAIR.
WRITTEN BY JENNINGS COBB.
Guest Cast:
Leo Gordon .................... Joe Brock
Rayford Barnes ................ Eddie Temple
Harry Cheshire ................ Joe Chaney
SYNOPSIS:
RANGERS PEARSON AND MORGAN GO IN PURSUIT OF TWO BANK ROBBERS WHO'S
TRAIL ENDS IN THE TOWN OF DESERT SPRINGS. [SC]

3.09 [48] Tales of the Texas Rangers: TEXAS FLYER (1958.11.28)
Leslie Bradley ................ Thomas Wiggins
Denver Pyle ................... Noah Reed
Joe Kelsey .................... Danny Wiggins
Milton Frome .................. Barlow

3.10 [49] Tales of the Texas Rangers: JACE AND CLAY (verified - SC)
(aka "Raiders of Rubyville")
05Dec58 CBS Sat AM
Directed By George Blair
Written By Frank Shannon
Guest Cast:
George Cisar............as The Sheriff
Pierre Watkin............as Ross Oliver
Ken Becker............as Kit Bundy
Edwin Parker............as Tucker
Synopsis:
Jace Pearson is rescued from an outlaw by a stranger named Clay Morgan.
Later, Morgan is accused of a robbery, but his new friend Pearson beleives
he is innocent. Jace frees Clay and both men pursue, capture and jail the real culprits.
Morgan decides to join the Rangers and becomes Jace Pearson's long-term partner. [SC]

3.11 [50] Tales of the Texas Rangers: KICKBACK (verified - SC)
12Dec58 CBS Sat AM
Directed By George Blair
Written By Jennings Cobb
Guest Cast:
Fred (Anthony) Eisley............as Jack Carr
Laurie Carroll............as Janet Carr
Charles Tannen............as Vince
Paul McGuire............as J.F.
Synopsis:
The wife of a neighborhood store owner is kidnapped and held hostage by
hoodlums, so her husband will refuse to testify againts a well-known crime boss. [SC]

3.12 [51] Tales of the Texas Rangers: THE FIFTH PLAGUE (1958.12.19)
Lisa Lu ....................... Betty Lee
George Keymas ................. Billy Joe Hammer
Dub Taylor .................... Jack Geyer
Manuel Lopez .................. Ruiz
Robert Riordan ................ Dr. Keller
Guy Teague .................... Policeman

3.13 [52] Tales of the Texas Rangers: AMBUSH
(final episode of "Tales of The Texas Rangers")
(1958.12.26)
Marjorie Stapp ................ Stacey Walker
Ted DeCorsia .................. Drum Hartneil
Russell Thorson

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