CTVA Western - "Johnny Ringo" (Four Star/ CBS) (1959-60) starring Don Durant

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Johnny Ringo (1958-61)
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JOHNNY RINGO
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Four Star-Pamaron-Zane Grey production
for
CBS (Thursdays 8:30PM EST)
 CREATED AND PRODUCED BY: AARON SPELLING
ASSOCIATE PRODUCER: STEPHEN LORD
PRODUCTION MANAGER: BARRY CRANE

US Western series 1959-60 38 episodes x 30 min bw
Sarring:
Don Durant as Johnny Ringo
Karen Sharpe as Laura Thomas
Mark Goddard as Cully
Terence de Marney as Case Thomas

Premise:
A gunfighter turns Sheriff of a lawless Arizona town.

Production Credits:
Production Supervisor: Jack Sonntag
Editorial Supervisor: Bernard Burton
Supervising Art Director: Bill Ross
*
DIRECTORS INCLUDED:  [SC]
HOWARD W. KOCH, JOHN ENGLISH, DICK MODER, LAMONT JOHNSON,
PAUL HENREID, TOM GRIES
ASSISTANT DIRECTORS INCLUDED:
LLOYD ALLEN, DICK MODER, CY BROOSKIN
*
WRITERS INCLUDED:  [SC]
AARON SPELLING, DAVID CHANDLER, JOHN FALVO, STEPHEN LORD, BARNEY SLATER,
JAMES HURLEY # FREDERIC LOUIS FOX
*
EDITORIAL SUPERVISOR: BERNARD BURTON [SC]
DIRECTORS OF PHOTOGRAPHY INCLUDED:
GEORGE DISKANT, CHAS. E. BURKE, NORMAN S. POWELL [SC]

STORY EDITOR: STEPHEN LORD [SC]
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MUSIC SUPERVISION: HERSCHEL BURKE GILBERT [SC]
MUSIC SCORE: RUDY SCHRAGER [SC]
THEME GUITAR SCORE: LAURINDO ALMEIDA [SC]
THEME LYRICS BY: DON DURANT [SC]
*
STUNTS:
DALE VAN SICKEL, FRED KRONE, ROBERT HOY, CHUCK HAYWARD, BILL CATCHING,
CHUCK COUCH, MIKE MIKLER [SC]
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LOCATIONS INCLUDED:
REPUBLIC BACK LOT AND WESTERN STREET AND IVERSON RANCH  [SC]

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[00] Johnny Ringo: (pilot): MAN ALONE aka THE LONER (copyright title)
(featured on "Zane Grey Theater" 3.22 [81])
5Mar59 CBS Thursday 9:00pm EST
Cast:
Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
Thomas Mitchell (as Cason Thomas)
Marilyn Erskine (as Laura Thomas)
Scott Forbes (as Evans)
William Vaughn
Duane Grey
Maurice Young
The original opening in this episode, with veteran Roy Barcroft(??) as a
man determined that his son establish a reputation as a gunfighter by
killing Johnny Ringo, was left intact and used in the second (??) pilot.

Scott Forbes played the evil saloon-owner in the first version,
Thomas Mitchell the town drunk Johnny converts into a deputy, and
Marilyn Erskine his daughter Laura.

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CBS Thursdays 8:30PM Eastern
Prod nos. 2301 - 2777 (ODD nos. only USED ) / Prod. no. 2371 NOT USED ? 

 1.01 [--] Johnny Ringo: THE ARRIVAL (verified -SC)
Four Star prod. no. 2301
01-Oct-1959 CBS Thur
Produced by Aaron Spelling
Written & Created By Aaron Spelling/ Directed By Howard W. Koch
Director Of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
with:
Karen Sharpe (as Laura Thomas), Mark Goddard (as Cully), Terence DeMarney (as Case Thomas)
Guest Cast:
Willis Bouchey .......... Hartford
Bill Catching ........... Kurt Neilson
James Coburn ............ Moss Taylor
Henry Rowland ........... Lee Cross
Bill Erwin .............. Manners
James Parnell ........... Harry, The Bartender (uncredited)
Roy Barcroft ............ Pat Merlin (uncredited)

Synopsis:
Ringo tires of his life as a gunfighter and becomes Sheriff of a lawless Arizona town known as Velardi.
He hires the town drunk as deputy, who repays Ringo's faith in him when the chips are down.

1.02 [--] Johnny Ringo: CULLY (verified -SC)
Four Star prod. no. 2303
08-Oct-1959 CBS Thur
Written By Stephen Lord/ Directed By Howard W. Koch
Director Of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
with:
Karen Sharpe (as Laura Thomas), Mark Goddard (as Cully), Terence DeMarney (as Case Thomas)
Guest Cast:
Bruce Gordon ............ Max
Darlene Fields .......... Claire
Percy Helton ............ Purdom
Synopsis:
A carnival trick shot expert "Kid Adonis" comes to town and his manager tries to force him into a gun fight with Ringo. Ringo likes
the young trick shooter, but the manager wants to take advantage of the fact that Ringo may have killed the kid's father.

1.03 [--] Johnny Ringo: THE ACCUSED (verified -SC)
Four Star prod. no. 2313
15-Oct-1959 CBS Thur
Directed By Lamont Johnson
Written By Frederic Louis Fox
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo) with: Mark Goddard (as Cully) (recurring)
Guest Cast:
Robert Gist ............. Virgil Kincaid
Bartlett Robinson ....... Trask
George Mitchell ......... Judge Wilks
William Schallert ....... Bogan
Robert Griffin .......... Jess
*
Ron Howard (uncredited, in his first speaking role!)
Synopsis:
Although acquitted by a jury of a murder charge, a man is hounded by hostile
townspeople despite Ringo's efforts in behalf of the man whom he believes is innocent.

1.04 [--] Johnny Ringo: A KILLING FOR CULLY (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 2309
22-Oct-1959 CBS Thur
Written By David Chandler/ Directed By Howard W. Koch
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
with:
Karen Sharpe (as Laura Thomas), Mark Goddard (as Cully), Terence DeMarney (as Case Thomas)
Guest Cast:
Arch Johnson ........... Red Walsh
Bing Russell ........... Dick Walsh
Joe Perry .............. Bert Walsh
Joan harding ........... Abby
Regina Gleason ......... Rose
Synopsis:
Cully, Ringo's young deputy, is forced to kill a man for the first time. Even though Ringo and others in the town
assure him he had no choice, Cully goes through a tremendous psychological beating as a result of the shooting.

1.05 [--] Johnny Ringo: THE HUNTERS
Four Star prod. no. 2307
29-Oct-1959 CBS Thur
Written by Barney Slater/ Directed by Howard W. Koch
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo) with Mark Goddard (as Cully)
Guest Cast:
Paul Richards .......... Beecher
Michael Hinn ........... Sam Howell
Karl Lukas ............. Cather
Fiona Hale ............. Mrs. Howell
Ted Lehman ............. Fraser
Synopsis:
Guards from a state prison track escaped convicts with intentions of killing them rather than capture.
Ringo steps in at the last minute and prevents the ruthless slaughter.

1.06 [--] Johnny Ringo: THE POSSE (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 2305
05-Nov-1959 CBS Thur
Written By Robert Sherman/ Directed By John English
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
with:
Karen Sharpe (as Laura Thomas), Mark Goddard (as Cully), Terence DeMarney (as Case Thomas)
Guest Cast:
Walter Sande ........... Corning
Carter DeHaven ......... General Hickey
Richard Devon .......... Jessie Mead
Richard Newton ......... Harris
John Harmon ............ Robuck
(Kay Kuter as Jobe)(uncredited?)
Synopsis:
An old friend of Ringo's comes to town and asks to be locked up to escape a lynch mob who accuse him of murder..
Ringo locks the man up and when the town, stirred up by the lynch mob, attempts to storm the jail, Ringo learns
of the plot to rob the town's bank, using the excitement at the jail as a cover.

1.07 [--] Johnny Ringo: GHOST COACH (verified -RF)
Four Star prod. no. 2311
12-Nov-1959 CBS Thur
Written By William Link and William Levinson/ Directed By John English
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
with:
Karen Sharpe (as Laura Thomas), Mark Goddard (as Cully), Terence DeMarney (as Case Thomas)
Guest Cast:
Carl Benton Reid ...... Platt
Phillip Pine .......... Nelson
John Harmon ........... Doolittle
Synopsis:
A Civil War Relic in the form of an army wagon with an ominous skeleton still
in the driver's seat turns out to be a Ghost Coach.

1.08 [--] Johnny Ringo: DEAD WAIT  [verified -SC]
Four Star prod. no. 2321
19-Nov-1959 CBS Thur
Directed By William Dario Faralla
Written By John Falvo
Director of Photography, Carl Guthrie
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
with: Mark Goddard .... as Cully (recurring)
Guest Cast:
Elisha Cook, Jr. ....... Maxie Dolan
Peter Whitney .......... Arnold Riker
Synopsis:
Seriously injured in a stagecoach wreck while taking two dangerous escaped
convicts back to Yuma prison, Ringo faces tremendous odds as he attempts to
deliver them on foot, across the desert!

1.09 [--] Johnny Ringo: THE RAIN MAN [verified -SC]
Four Star prod. no. 2315
26-Nov-1959 CBS Thur
Written By William Link & Richard Levinson/ Directed By Dick Moder
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
with:
Karen Sharpe (as Laura Thomas), Mark Goddard (as Cully), Terence DeMarney (as Case Thomas)
Guest Star:
John Carradine........ The Rain Man
*
Ken Mayer............. Burke
Michael Hinn.......... Piper
Forrest Compton....... Silas
Clarke Alexander...... Store Owner
Synopsis:
A man dressed like a character out of the Bible comes to Velardi and promises to
find water for the drought-stricken residents providing they will pay him in
gold. Ringo distrusts the rain man.

1.10 [--] Johnny Ringo: THE CAT [verified -SC]
Four Star prod. no. 2317
03-Dec-1959 CBS Thur
Teleplay By Richard Newman & Stephen Lord/ Story By Richard Newman
Directed By Frank Baur
Director of Photography, Glen Mac Williams
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
with:
Karen Sharpe (as Laura Thomas), Mark Goddard (as Cully), Terence DeMarney (as Case Thomas)
Guest Star:
Cecil Kellaway....... Cyrus Hampton
*
Archie Duncan........ Keating
Joe Sargant.......... Chet
Craig Duncan......... Toby
Synopsis:
An eccentric millionaire from the East brings a Bengal tiger to Arizona where he
plans to turn the animal loose and then track and kill it. Ringo warns the man
against freeing the animal, but his warning is ignored.

[--] 10-Dec-1957 - no details

1.11 [--] Johnny Ringo: LOVE AFFAIR  [verified -SC]
Four Star prod. no. 2329
17-Dec-1959 CBS Thur
Written By Stephen Lord/ Directed By Don Taylor
Director of Photography, Carl Guthrie
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
with:
Karen Sharpe (as Laura Thomas), Mark Goddard (as Cully)
Guest Star:
Gloria De Haven ...... Rosemary Blake
*
Gerald Mohr .......... Barney Chisom
Jess Kirkpatrick ..... The Bartender
William McLean ....... The Clerk
Synopsis:
Cully falls in love with a troubled woman who hides a dangerous past.

1.12 [--] Johnny Ringo: KID WITH A GUN  [verified -SC]
Written by T.E. Brooks/ Directed by Paul Henreid
Director of Photography, Carl Guthrie
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
with:
Karen Sharpe (as Laura Thomas), Mark Goddard (as Cully), Terence DeMarney (as Case Thomas)
Guest Cast:
Robert F. Simon .... Sam Cason
Liza Minzies ....... Josie Wilkins
Howard Wright ...... Bledsoe
James Rawley ....... The Clerk
And:
Vic Morrow........as Bill Stoner
Synopis:
Ringo takes charge of an investigation when a young girl maintains her father
was murdered, despite evidence to the contrary.

1.13 [--] Johnny Ringo: BOUND BOY  [verified -SC]
Four Star prod. no. 2323
31-Dec-1959 CBS Thur
Written & Directed by Tom Gries
Director of Photography, Carl Guthrie
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
with:
Karen Sharpe (as Laura Thomas), Mark Goddard (as Cully), Terence DeMarney (as Case Thomas)
Guest Cast:
James Westerfield ....... Aben Burke
George Brenlin .......... Ralph Votrian
Ken Patterson ........... Jim Fitzpatrick
And:
Tim Considine ........... Jamie
Synopsis:
Ringo goes to the aid of a young runaway boy who seeks refuge in Arizona after
running away from a mean rancher, in whose care he had been placed by the State.

1.14 [--] Johnny Ringo: EAST IS EAST  [verified -SC]
Four Star prod. no. 2331
07-Jan-1960 CBS Thur
Written by Wilton Schiller/ Directed by Laurence Stewart
Director of Photography, Carl Guthrie
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
with:
Karen Sharpe (as Laura Thomas), Mark Goddard (as Cully), Terence DeMarney (as Case Thomas)
Guest Star:
Debra Paget ......... Agnes St.John
*
Harry Landers ....... Arch Ganzer
John Pickard ........ Riley Criswell
Russ Bender ......... Jason
Harvey Perry ........ The Drunk
Don Gazzaniga ....... Connors
Synopsis:
A woman reporter from the East regards the state of the frontier with contempt,
yet is curiously familiar with Velardi.

1.15 [--] Johnny Ringo: POSTER INCIDENT [verified -SC]
Four Star prod. no. 2333
14-Jan-1960 CBS Thur
Written By P.K.Palmer/ Directed By Dick Moder
Director of Photography, Carl Guthrie
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
with:
Karen Sharpe (as Laura Thomas), Mark Goddard (as Cully), Terence DeMarney (as Case Thomas)
Guest Star:
Gene Raymond ............ Silky Carter
*
Raymond Bailey .......... Mr King (Arthur Tobias ?)
James Maloney ........... Grailey
Olan Soule .............. Clerk
Robert B. Williams ...... Silas
Jess Kirkpatrick ........ Bartender
Synopsis:
Politician Arthur Tobias kills two men and claims self-defense. Ringo is skeptical.

1.16 [--] Johnny Ringo: DIE TWICE  [verified -SC]  
Four Star prod. no. 2327
20-Jan-1960 CBS Thur
Written by Frederic Louis Fox/ Directed by Dick Moder
Director of Photography, Carl Guthrie
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo) with: Mark Goddard (as Cully)
Guest Star:
Gene Evans ........... Boone Hackett
*
Jean Allison ......... Lydia Hackett
Brett King ........... Florey Tamlin
Cecil Smith .......... Bartender
Paul Sorenson ........ Roy Kretcher
*
Joe Haworth (as Walt) (uncredited?)
Synopsis
An outlaw, reported dead and buried, is apparently still active in crime. When
Ringo attempts to exhume the body for investigation, he makes a startling discovery .

1.17 [--] Johnny Ringo: FOUR CAME QUIETLY [verified on film]  
Four Star prod. no. 2337
28-Jan-1960 CBS Thur
Written By Frederic Louis Fox/ Directed By R.G.'Bud' Springsteen
Director of Photography, Carl Guthrie
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
with: 
Karen Sharpe (as Laura Thomas), Mark Goddard (as Cully), Terence DeMarney (as Case Thomas)
Guest Star:
Jay C. Flippen ....... Gabe Jethro
*
Eve McVeagh .......... Molly Crawford
L.Q.Jones ............ Billy Boy Jethro
Gordon Polk .......... Frank Jethro
Wayne Tucker ......... Grat Jethro
Jack Lester .......... Charley Reynolds
Synopsis:
When Ringo is forced to kill a prisoner escaping from jail, his outlaw family
comes to town bent on revenge.

1.18 [--] Johnny Ringo: THE LIARS  [verified on film]  
Four Star prod. no. 2325
04-Feb-1960 CBS Thur
Written By Barney Slater / Directed By Laurence Stewart
Director of Photography, Glen MacWilliams
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo) with: Mark Goddard (as Cully)
Guest Cast:
John Larch ............ Mills Walter
Wally Brown ........... Marshal Spencer
Alvy Moore ............ Gordie Fields
Ken Mayer ............. Willie Barman
Richard Newton ........ Lon McClinton
Synopsis:
Ringo, while aiding a fellow law officer, is arrested for murder and placed in
Death Row with four men awaiting the hangman's noose.

1.19 [--] Johnny Ringo: MRS. RINGO [verified on film]
Four Star prod. no. 2345
11-Feb-1960 CBS Thur
Teleplay by Peggy Witt and Stephen Lord/ Story by Peggy Witt
Directed by Laurence Stewart
Director of Photography, Carl Guthrie
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
with:
Karen Sharpe (as Laura Thomas), Mark Goddard (as Cully), Terence DeMarney (as Case Thomas)
Guest Star:
Mona Freeman ........ Marilyn King/ Mrs.Ringo
*
Grant Richards ...... Jack King
Billy McLean ........ Adam
Lillian Powell ...... Agnes
Ken Christy ......... Man
Synopsis:
A beautiful woman causes considerable confusion by announcing she is married to Ringo.
In attempting to learn the truth, Ringo learns the woman wants him to kill another man.

1.20 [--] Johnny Ringo: THE ASSASSINS [verified on film]
Four Star prod. no. 2341
18-Feb-1960 CBS Thur
Written by Teddi Sherman/ Directed by David Rich
Director of Photography, Carl Guthrie
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
with:
Karen Sharpe (as Laura Thomas), Mark Goddard (as Cully), Terence DeMarney (as Case Thomas)
Guest Star:
Akim Tamiroff ....... Andy Baranov
*
Connie Hines ........ Lily
Ed Nelson ........... Tomstedter
Dennis McMullen ..... Josh
Nick Bolin .......... Alexis
Oren Curtis ......... Ivan
Jess Kirkpatrick .... Bartender
Synopsis:
A mysterious but charming Russian violinist seeks refuge from old country assassins in Velardi.

1.21 [--] Johnny Ringo: THE RENO BROTHERS [unsold pilot][verified on film]
Four Star prod. no. 2343
25-Feb-1960 CBS Thur
Teleplay by John Falvo / Story by Aaron Spelling & Stephen Lord [SC]
Directed by Dick Moder
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
Guest Cast:
Ben Cooper (as Mike Reno) & Jim Beck (as Chris Reno)(The Reno Brothers)
*
Jacques Aubuchon ..... Collins/Carter Scarrbro
Charles Fredericks ... Brinker
David Tomack ......... Richards
Sandra White ......... Redhead
Emile Avery .......... Barnes
Robert Hoy ........... Bowser
Synopsis:
A lively pair of brothers try to clear their outlaw reputation.

1.22 [--] Johnny Ringo: THE RAFFERTYS  [NOT VERIFIED]
Four Star prod. no. 2347
03-Mar-1960 CBS Thur
Directed by Paul Henreid
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
Guest Cast:
Lon Chaney, Jr. ...... Ben Rafferty
Richard Bakalyan ..... Lee Rafferty
Roxane Berard ........ Emily Rafferty
Charles Cooper ....... Slim Pardee
Synopsis:
A bounty hunter tracks down a man suspected of an old murder, who lives in hiding with his two children.
He is determined to kill the fugitive whether he is guilty or not. Ringo hopes to find the man first.

1.23 [--] Johnny Ringo: UNCERTAIN VENGEANCE [verified on film]
Four Star prod. no. 2349
10-Mar-1960 CBS Thur
Written by John Falvo & Daniel Spelling/ Directed by Laurence Stewart
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo) with: Mark Goddard (as Cully)
Guest Cast:
Stella Stevens ....... Suzanne
Don Dubbins .......... Harley Krale
*
Sarah Selby .......... Emelia Krale
Wesley Lau ........... Red
Conlan Carter ........ Chad
William Hughes ....... Telegraph Operator
Synopsis:
Seeking revenge for the death of his brother, a man forces Ringo into a pen with
a vicious wild bull believing he can escape a murder charge if the bull kills him.

1.24 [--] Johnny Ringo: BORDERTOWN [unsold pilot?] a.k.a. AL PARKER [verified on film]
Four Star prod. no. 2339
17-Mar-1960 CBS Thur
Written By William Link and William Levinson/ Directed By Don Taylor
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
with:
Karen Sharpe (as Laura Thomas), Mark Goddard (as Cully), Terence DeMarney (as Case Thomas)
Guest Cast:
Ed Nelson ............. Kirk
Joyce Meadows ......... Julie
Robert Burton ......... Sheriff Pike
Paul Carr ............. Al Parker
Robert Hermann ........ Jodie
Michael Hinn .......... Hank Patterson
Also:
Matt Dennis ........... Gabe
Synopsis:
After Case is killed, Ringo trails the murderers to a sinister town straddling
the border, controlled by a powerful saloon owner.

1.25 [--] Johnny Ringo: THE GUNSLINGER [verified on film]
Four Star prod. no. 2351
24-Mar-1960 CBS Thur
Written by Stephen Lord/ Directed by Robert Leeds
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo) with: Mark Goddard (as Cully)
Guest Cast:
Howard Petrie ........ Blanchard
Dean Stanton ......... Frank Brogger
Judy Howard .......... Annie
Alan Reed, Jr. ....... Boy
John Maxwell ......... Doc Bardell
Natalie Masters ...... Martha
Ralph Moddy .......... Sam
Michael Hinn ......... George
Fred Krone ........... Bill Brogger
Synopsis:
Shot in the chest in a gunfight with the brother of an old foe, Ringo relives
his past encounter, while Cully keeps watch for the dead man's revenge-bent brothers.

1.26 [--] Johnny Ringo: THE VINDICATOR [verified on film]
Four Star prod. no. 2353
31-Mar-1960 CBS Thur
Written by John Marsh/ Directed by Wiliam Dario Faralla
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo) with: Mark Goddard (as Cully)
Guest Cast:
Paul Richards ........ Garrett
*
Arthur Space ......... Seth
Jean Innes ........... Melissa
Dee Pollock .......... Tommy
And:
Richard Rust ......... Brad
Synopsis:
An escaped convict returns to town to avenge the death of his wife and in a move to force the sheriff
to release the man held for the killing, kidnaps three members of the suspect's family.

1.27 [--] Johnny Ringo: BLACK HARVEST [verified on film]
Four Star prod. no. 2357
07-Apr-1960 CBS Thur
Written by John Falvo/ Directed by Dick Moder
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo) with: Mark Goddard (as Cully)
Special Guest Star:
Royal Dano ........... Lucas Frome
*
Anita Corseaut ....... Lettie Frome
William Phipps ....... Paul Connell
Craig Duncan ......... Vern Seager
Michael Hinn ......... Haig Knopka
Billy McLean ......... Sheriff Staff
Synopsis:
Puzzled by the mysterious disappearance of a visitor and the strange behavior
of an attractive, mute woman, Ringo stumbles upon a madman's diabolical plans.

1.28 [--] Johnny Ringo: JUDGMENT DAY [verified on film]
Four Star prod. no. 2359
14-Apr-1960 CBS Thur
Written by Frederic Louis Fox/ Directed by Dick Moder
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo) with: Mark Goddard (as Cully)
Special Guest Star:
Harry Townes ........ Judge Bentley
*
Wright King ......... Junior
Brett King .......... Jessie
Fiona Hale .......... Mrs. Bentley
Ray Bailey .......... Summers
John Newton ......... Blodgett
G. Stanley Jones .... Bartender
Fred Krone .......... Maxim
Synopsis:
Ringo deputizes a circuit judge in an attempt to show him first hand the problems encountered in law enforcement.
He gets little understanding from the judge's wife or the townspeople when the Judge is killed.

[--] 21-Apr-1960 no details

1.29 [--] Johnny Ringo: THE KILLING BUG  [verified on film]
Four Star prod. no. 2355
28-Apr-1960 CBS Thur
Written & Directed by Tom Gries
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo) with: Mark Goddard (as Cully)
Guest Cast:
Buddy Ebsen .......... Sample
Michael Hinn ......... Quint
Joe Perry ............ Deke Lewis
Wayne Rogers ......... Charlie
Maureen Leeds ........ Mary
Lorna Thayer ......... Mrs. Quint
Michael Mikler ....... Fargo
Benny Rubin .......... Blind Louie
Carter DeHaven, Sr. .. Old Man
Synopsis:
Ringo faces a real problem when a wave of killing hits his town shortly after three laughing strangers ride in.
He later learns that most of the townspeople took sides in an infamous range war several years before.

1.30 [--] Johnny Ringo: SOFT CARGO  [verified on film]
Four Star prod. no. 2335
05-May-1960 CBS Thur
Written By Barney Slater/ Directed by Dick Moder
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo) with: Mark Goddard (as Cully)
Guest Cast:
Steve Marlo ............ Dolan
Michael Fox ............ Logan
Diane Cannon ........... Rhoda
Diana Spencer .......... Lydia
Maggie Brooks .......... Nora
Sally Todd ............. Carol Carpenter
Jacquelyn Ravell ....... Pam
Michael Hinn ........... Haig
Synopsis:
A show wagon troupe of women is overdue, and it is feared Comancheros have taken them. Cully is sent to investigate.

1.31 [--] Johnny Ringo: SINGLE DEBT  [verified on film]
Four Star prod. no. 2361
12-May-1960 CBS Thur
Written by Tony Habeeb/ Directed by Arthur D. Hilton
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo) with: Mark Goddard (as Cully)
Guest Cast:
Warren Oates ........... Burt Scanlon
Alvy Moore ............. Billy Joe Scanlon
Ralph Thomas ........... Webb Scanlon
Peter Chong ............ Foo Chung
James Hong ............. Charlie Chung
Judy Dan ............... Lisa Lu Chung
Willis Bouchey ......... Henderson
Carter De Haven, Sr. ... Luke
Synopsis:
Ringo, tracking the killers of a Chinese family in the hot desert wastes of Arizona, suddenly finds himself ambushed
by the men he seeks. Using a diabolical plan for Ringo's demise, the killers leave the lawman exposed to the desert heat. 

1.32 [--] Johnny Ringo: THE STRANGER  [verified on film]
Four Star prod. no. 2363
19-May-1960 CBS Thur
Written By James Hurley/ Directed by Dick Moder
Director of Photography, Chas E. Burke
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo) with: Mark Goddard (as Cully)
Guest Cast:
Burt Reynolds .......... Tad Stuart
Charles Aidman ......... Jeffrey Blake
Susan Cummings ......... Lil Blanchard
Monica Keating ......... Ellen McKay
Carter DeHaven ......... George Haig
Robert J. Nelson ....... Mace Doyle
Chuck Hayward .......... Curly Ivers
Synopsis:
Jeffrey Blake, a stranger from Boston, takes offense at the mistreatment Lil Blanchard, dance hall girl, gets at the hand of saddle
bum Tad Stuart. Irate, Blake uses his knowledge of karate, the Oriental art of weaponless combat, to prove his love for Lil.

1.33 [--] Johnny Ringo: THE DERELICT  [verified on film]
Four Star prod. no. 2365
26-May-1960 CBS Thur
Written by John Marsh. Directed by David Lowell Rich
Director of Photography, George Diskant, A.S.C.
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo) with: Mark Goddard (as Cully)
Guest Cast:
Martin Landau .......... Wes Tymon
*
John Anderson .......... Cartwright
Enid Janes ............. Carrie
John Newton ............ Kirker
John Maxwell ........... Doc Bardell
Synopsis:
Wes Tymon, whose pregnant wife lies seriously ill, is refused a bank loan, which could save her life,
by the town banker, Cartwright. Ringo intercedes when Tymon shoots the banker in frustration.

1.34 [--] Johnny Ringo: SHOOT THE MOON  [verified on film]
Four Star prod. no. 2367
02-Jun-1960 CBS Thur
Written By Charles Wallace/ Directed By Dick Moder
Director of Photography, George Diskant, A.S.C.
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo) with: Mark Goddard (as Cully)
Guest Cast:
Frank Silvera ......... Bevinetto
George Keymas ......... Chaco
Walter Sande .......... Sy Bonnel
Theona Bryant ......... Lisa
Ken Paterson .......... Theodore Polk
Olan Soule ............ Sam
Lee Kross ............. Bartender
Fred Krone ............ Collins
Synopsis:
Bevinetto, an Italian astronomer, and his daughter attempt to take pictures of
the moon from the top of an Arizona mountain believed sacred by Yaqui Indians.

1.35 [--] Johnny Ringo: KILLER, CHOOSE A CARD  [verified on film]
Four Star prod. no. 2369
09-Jun-1960 CBS Thur
Written by Patricia Jenkins/ Directed by Don Taylor
Director of Photography, George Diskant, A.S.C.
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo) with: Mark Goddard (as Cully)
Guest Cast:
Lurene Tuttle .......... Mamie Murphy
Barry Kelley ........... Bill Jacobs
Whit Bissell ........... Sheriff Arson
William Schallert ...... Mr. Ferris
King Calder ............ Jim Miller
Dabbs Greer ............ Sam
And:
Mort Mills ............. Jed
Synopsis:
Ringo suspects that Mamie Murphy, a brassy saloon keeper with a heart of gold, who is about to be hanged for murder,
is being framed by one of five men who testified against her. He attempts a bold ruse to prove her innocence.

1.36 [--] Johnny Ringo: REPUTATION FOR MURDER (copyright title) (aka Coffin Sam)
Four Star prod. no. 2375
16-Jun-1960 CBS Thur
Written by Daniel Spelling/ Directed by Dick Moder
Director of Photography, George Diskant, A.S.C.
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
Guest Cast:
Alan Hale, Jr. ........ Coffin Sam Sabine
Robert Easton ......... Billy
Abbagail Shelton ...... Ivadeen
Michael Hinn .......... Haig
John Harmon ........... Jed
Hank Patterson ........ Old Man
Lee Kross ............. Bartender
Carey Loftin .......... Cowboy
Synopsis:
Coffin Sam, a gunfighter with a notorious record, attempts to goad Ringo into a fake shoot-out to bolster his reputation.

1.37 [--] Johnny Ringo: LOBO LAWMAN (copyright title) (aka - Breakdown)
Four Star prod. no. 2377
23-Jun-1960 CBS Thur
Written by Charles Wallace/ Directed by Dick Moder
Director of Photography, George E. Diskant, A.S.C.
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
Guest Cast:
Karl Swenson .......... Marshal Kramer
Rodolfo Hoyos ......... Garcia
Robert Carricart ...... Gonzales
Michael Hinn .......... Haig
Joe Perry ............. Joe
Synopsis:
The notorious outlaw Juan Garcia is captured and held prisoner in Velardi when
U.S. Marshal Kramer, a man who killed Ringo's uncle, makes claim on him.

1.38 [--] Johnny Ringo: CAVE IN (final episode of "Johnny Ringo")
Four Star prod. no. 2373
30-Jun-1960 CBS Thur
Written by John Marsh/ Directed by William Dario Faralla
Director of Photography, George E. Diskant, A.S.C.
Starring: Don Durant (as Johnny Ringo)
Special Guest Star:
Robert Culp ........... Clay Horn
*
Ralph Moody ........... Cobb
Lane Bradford ......... Kincaid
Jim Beck .............. Farrango
Hank Post ............. Dawes
Synopsis:
Clay Horn, a former sheriff, forces old man Cobb to sell his mine in order to
dupe Ringo into coming after him. Ringo learns Horn wants him as a riding partner in crime.
 
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