CTVA - The Virginian 2.20 [050] "First To Thine Own Self" 12-Feb-1964

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2.20 [050]
"First To Thine Own Self"

NBC Broadcast - 12 February 1964

Revue Studios Production
Executive Producer Frank Price
Producer Don Ingalls
Written by Les Crutchfield
Directed by Earl Bellamy

Starring:
(shown on the ride-in)
Lee J. Cobb as Judge Henry Garth (not in this episode)
Doug McClure as Trampas (not in this episode)
Gary Clarke as Steve Hill
and
James Drury as The Virginian

Guest Stars:
No guest stars during ride-in or opening credits

End Credits (complete):
Co-Starring
Roberta Shore as Betsy
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Randy Boone as Randy
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Mary La Roche as Alma
#
Jan Merlin as Reese
#
Bruce Dern as Pell
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With
Claire Wilcox as Melanie
L.Q. Jones as Beldon  (normally Belden)
John Truax as The Passenger
#
and
Frank Maxwell as Silas
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Virginian Theme Percy Faith
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Director of Photography - Benjamin H. Kline, A.S.C.
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Story Editor - Cy Chermak
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Art Director - George Patrick
Film Editor - J. Howard Terrill
Assistant Director - Henry Kline
Set Decorators - John McCarthy and Perry Murdock
Sound - Frank H. Wilkinson
Color Consultant - Alex Quiroga
Color by Pathé
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Editorial Dept. Head - David J. O'Connell
Musical Supervision - Stanley Wilson
Costume Supervisor - Vincent Dee
Makeup - Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist - Larry Germain
The title "The Virginian" by permission of EMKA, LTD.

Note: 
When the ending credits are fairly long the first few bars of the
theme song are repeated to give extra "playing" time.

Series regulars appearing in this episode:
Betsy, Virginian, Steve, Belden and introducing Randy Benton

Brief Synopsis:
This episode introduces Randy Boone to the cast as Randy Benton,
a lonely drifter who shares a meal with a man and his daughter then
reluctantly comes to the aid of the little girl after her father is
murdered. Betsy befriends Randy and becomes torn between revealing the
whereabouts of his hiding place and being true to her desire to believe in
and protect him when accusations arise that it was he who killed the man
while stealing his gold. (bj)

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