CTVA - The Virginian 3.17 [077] "Two Men Named Laredo" 6-Jan-1965

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3.17 [077]
"Two Men Named Laredo"

NBC Broadcast - 6 January 1965

Universal TV
Executive Producer Frank Price
Produced by Cy Chermak
Teleplay by Don Brinkley
Story by Don Brinkley and Don Tait
Directed by William Hale

(shown on the ride-in) (all appear in this episode)
Lee J. Cobb as Judge Henry Garth
Doug McClure as Trampas
Clu Gulager as Emmett Ryker
Roberta Shore as Betsy Garth
Randy Boone as Randy Benton
James Drury as The Virginian

Guest Star (credited during the ride-in)
Fabian [Eddie/Josh Laredo]

Full ending credits:
Elizabeth MacRae as Molly Weems
Ford Rainey as The Prosecutor
Paul Comi as Brad Carter
L.Q. Jones as Belden
Rayford Barnes as Bojo Sanders
John Bryant as Dr. Spaulding
Thomas Bellin as Clint
Walter Woolf King as The Judge
Austin Green as The Juror
William Phipps as The 1st Ranch Hand
(later seasons series regular Harper Flaherty was also seen early in this
episode signing up for the cattle drive)
Virginian Theme Percy Faith
Director of Photography Benjamin H. Kline, A.S.C.
Art Director  . . .  George Patrick
Film Editor  . . .  Robert Watts, A.C.E.
Assistant Director  . . .  Ben Bishop
Set Decorators  . . .   John McCarthy and James M. Walters
Sound  . . .  Ed Somers
Color Consultant  . . .  Alex Quiroga
Color by Pathé
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.

Regular series characters appearing in this episode:  Judge Garth, Trampas,
the Virginian, Ryker (as Deputy), Betsy, Randy, Dr. Spaulding, and Belden

Brief Synopsis:
Judge Garth becomes the defense attorney for a young man (Fabian) with a
duel personality--one a quiet, gentle book reader who had saved Trampas from
being trampled during a cattle stampede and the other a braggart with a
violent temper who shot Trampas after the cowhand confronted him as being
the probable suspect in the murder of a saloon girl. (bj)

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