CTVA - The Virginian 6.04 [153] "Star Crossed" 4-Oct-1967

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6.04 [153]
"Star Crossed"

Original NBC Broadcast - 4 October 1967

Universal City Studios, Inc.
Executive Producer Norman Macdonnell
Produced by Joel Rogosin
Written by Don Tait
Directed by Abner Biberman

(shown on the ride-in)
Charles Bickford as John Grainger
Doug McClure as Trampas (NOT in this episode)
Clu Gulager as Emmett Ryker (in this episode)
Don Quine as Stacey Grainger
Sara Lane as Elizabeth Grainger
James Drury as The Virginian

Complete credits currently unavailable

Guest Stars:
Tom Tryon ..................... Andrew Hiller
V153_LisabethHush.jpg (73110 bytes)
(pictured above - left to right - Brian Nash, Lisabeth Hush and Clu Gulager)
Lisabeth Hush ................. Judith Hiller
Kiel Martin ................... Tony Barnes
Brian Nash .................... Brian Hiller

Closing Credits: (incomplete)
Associate Producer David Levinson
Music Score Ralph Ferraro
'The Virginian' theme music by Percy Faith
Color by Technicolor
The title 'The Virginian' by permission of EMKA LTD.

Brief Synopsis:
Andrew Hiller (Tryon), an old friend of Ryker's, is wanted for robbery.  But
he's trying to reform from his outlaw ways and settles with his family near
Medicine Bow.  Ryker, torn between humanity and his duties as a lawman,
decides to help Hiller make a new start of his life.  But a Shiloh hand
recognizes the former thief and begins to blackmail him.

(Note:  This synopsis was adapted from THE TV COLLECTOR magazine, Vol. 2,
No. 49, July-August 1990, p.12, and THE TELEVISION WESTERNS EPISODE GUIDE by
Harris M. Lentz III, McFarland & Company, Inc., 1997, p. 434.  It has not
been viewed by us personally to attest to its accuracy.)

Tom Tryon also guest stars in 1.14 "The Man From the Sea," 5.14 "The Girl on
the Glass Mountain," and 9.09 "The Price of the Hanging"

Kiel Martin may also be seen in 6.21 "The Hell Wind" and 7.22 "Incident at Diablo Crossing" (bj)

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