CTVA - The Virginian 6.13 [162] "Execution at Triste" 13-Dec-1967

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6.13 [162]
"Execution At Triste"

Original NBC Broadcast - 13 December 1967

Universal City Studios, Inc.
Produced by Norman Macdonnell (no exec)
Written by John Dunkel
Directed by Robert L. Friend

(shown on the ride-in)
Charles Bickford as John Grainger (not in this episode)
(Bickford had died but remained on ride-in upto and including ep 6.16)

Doug McClure as Trampas
Clu Gulager as Emmett Ryker (not in this episode)
Don Quine as Stacey Grainger (not in this episode)
Sara Lane as Elizabeth Grainger (not in this episode)
James Drury as The Virginian (not in this episode)

Guest Stars:
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(pictured left-right Robert Lansing, Sharon Farrell)
Robert Lansing [Lee Knight]
Sharon Farrell [Mavis]
Burt Douglas [Burt]

Ending credits:
Kelly Thordsen as The Constable
Cyril Delevanti as The Stonecutter
Steve Raines as Morgan Oliver
Nate Esformes  . . .   Crazy Juan
Philip Chapin  . . .   The Lieutenant
Percy Helton  . . .  Store Clerk
James Nusser  . . .  Bank Clerk
John Perak  . . .  Hotelkeeper
Associate Producer David Levinson
Theme Percy Faith
Director of Photography Walter Strenge, A.S.C.
Art Director  . . .  George Patrick
Film Editor  . . .  John Elias
Unit Manager  . . .  Abby Singer
Assistant Director  . . .  Jack Doran
Set Decorators  . . .  John McCarthy and Ralph Sylos
Sound  . . .  Earl Crain, Jr.
Color Coordinator  . . .  Robert Brower
Editorial Supervision . . . Richard Belding
Musical Supervision . . . Stanley Wilson
Costume Supervision . . . Vincent Dee
Makeup . . . Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist . . . Larry Germain
The Title "THE VIRGINIAN" by permission of EMKA, LTD.

Series regular characters appearing in this episode

Brief Synopsis:
While waiting for the bank of Triste to open so he can cash a
voucher for the sale of cattle to an army outpost, Trampas is goaded to a
shoot out with Lee Knight--the fastest gun West of the Mississippi whom,
ten years earlier, Trampas had wanted to emulate. (bj)

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