CTVA - The Virginian 7.05 [180] "The Wind of Outrage" 16-Oct-1968

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7.05 [180]
"The Wind Of Outrage"

NBC Broadcast - 16 October 1968

Universal City Studios, Inc.
Executive Producer Norman Macdonnell
Produced by James Duff McAdams
Written by Alvin Sapinsley
Directed by James Sheldon

(shown on the ride-in)
John McIntire as Clay Grainger (not in this episode)
Doug McClure as Trampas
David Hartman as David Sutton (not in this episode)
Sara Lane as Elizabeth Grainger (not in this episode)
James Drury as The Virginian

Guest Stars
Ricardo Montalban [Louis Boissevain]
Lois Nettleton [Suzanne Mayo]
Lawrence Dane [Jacques]

Full ending credits:
H.M. Wynant as Sturdevant
Pierre Jalbert as Jules
Andre Phillipe  . . .  Michel
Patrick Michenaud  . . .  Arnaud
Robert P. Lieb  . . .  Carnahan
Max Kleven  . . .  Halevey
Music Score Ralph Ferraro
Theme Percy Faith
Director of Photography Enzo A. Martinelli
Art Director  . . .  George Patrick
Film Editor  . . .  J. Howard Terrill
Unit Manager  . . .  Henry Kline
Assistant Director  . . .  Kenney Williams
Set Decorations  . . .  John McCarthy and Perry Murdock
Sound  . . .  Frank H. Wilkinson
Color Coordinator  . . .  Robert Brower
Editorial Supervision  . . .  Richard Belding
Musical Supervision  . . .  Stanley Wilson
Costumes by  . . .  Helen Colvig
Makeup  . . .  Bud Westmore
Hair Stylist  . . .  Larry Germain
The Title "THE VIRGINIAN" by permission of EMKA, LTD.

Series regular characters appearing in this episode:  Trampas and the

Brief Synopsis:
With a storm approaching the Virginian and Trampas must wait near the
Canadian border at the Inn of the Weary Trapper for a man who has bought a
cattle herd from them.
Louis (Montalban), the proprietor of the inn, is a Métis
revolutionist who traded the independence of his people for his
exile from Canada.  The wind is the least of the cowboys' trouble after
others arrive at the hotel--four of Louis' countrymen who, because the
promises for their freedom
had been broken, have come to take him back with them to head another
rebellion and a representative of a fur trading company in St. Louis who
offers the innkeeper $10,000 for leading the revolt in exchange for
permission to trap animals on Métis  land.  Even when he finds
his friend Jacques intended to turn him over to Canadian authorities for
trial and execution Louis must choose to return with his other three
comrades and fight for his homeland or remain with his beloved fiancée
Suzanne (Nettleton)--a woman Trampas recognizes as the "smooth operator"
who, a few years back, had stolen Shiloh's cattle buying money from him.

Look for Ricardo Montalban in these other THE VIRGINIAN episodes: 1.04 "The
Big Deal" and 9.12 "The Last of the Comancheros."

Lois Nettleton can also be seen in 4.08 "Nobility of Kings."

TV Trivia:  Ricardo Montalban co-starred with Doug McClure in the 1967 made
for television movie "The Longest Hundred Miles."(bj)

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