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Episode 67 - THE SMILER

Date: September 24, 1961

Summary: Hoss accidentally kills a drunk in a saloon brawl. The man's smooth talking brother arrives in town to arrange for a proper burial. He claims he has no hard feelings toward Hoss, but in actuality he is planning retribution to avenge his brother's death.

Written by: Lewis Reed
Directed by: Thomas Carr
Guest Stars: Clarence Bolling...Herschel Bernardi Mrs. McClure...Catherine McLeod Gilbert...William Zuckert Fred...Robert Foulk Jud...Scatman Crothers Arthur Bolling...Hy Terman Bob Miles...(uncredited; extra as cowboy at bar) Bill Clark...(uncredited; extra as townsman) Cosmo Sardo...(uncredited; extra as bartender) Betty Endicott...(uncredited; extra as saloon girl)

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Episode 68 - SPRINGTIME

Date: October 1, 1961

Summary: Jedidiah Milbank, an old friend of Ben’s, comes to visit. He is laid up in bed after an unfortunate injury (compliments of the Cartwright boys’ springtime shenanigans). While Jedidiah recovers, Ben sends his boys out to tend to the man’s business matters. That task is easier said than done. This episode features the famous fight in the mud puddle as well as one of Ben's rare voice-overs.

Written by: John Furia Jr.
Directed by: Christian Nyby
Guest Stars: Jedediah Milbank...John Carradine Parley...John Qualen Ann...Jena Engstrom Paul...Claude Johnson Ted Hack...Denver Pyle Mama Hack...Lorna Thayer Livery Owner...Clegg Hoyt Doctor...Selmer Jackson

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Episode 69 - THE HONOR OF COCHISE

Date: October 8, 1961

Summary: The Cartwrights and a bigoted army captain are surrounded by Cochise and his warriors, who claim the officer poisoned 30 of their people. Realizing they have no water, Adam attempts to fill some canteens from a nearby stream. He is seriously wounded by an Apache bullet and Joe risks his life to bring his brother back to the safety of camp. Ben is determined to save his son’s life at any cost – even if it means talking to Cochise.

Written by: Elliott Arnold
Directed by: Don McDougall
Guest Stars: Cochise...Jeff Morrow Captain Moss Johnson...DeForest Kelley Delgado...Al Ruscio Major Reynolds...Bing Russell Colonel Clinton Wilcox...Stacy Harris Apache...Hal-Jon Norman Lieutenant Culver...Robert Rothwell Doctor...Raymond Mayo


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Episode 70 - THE LONELY HOUSE

Date: October 15, 1961

Summary: Little Joe comes to the home of Lee Bolden, the young widow of a family friend. The reason for his visit is to present her with a bank draft – payment for her late husband’s business deal with Ben. While Joe is there, a wounded man, Trock, crashes into the house with his friends and holds them both hostage. Joe recognizes them as the gang that robbed the local bank earlier that day.

Written by: Frank Chase
Directed by: William Witney
Guest Stars: Trock...Paul Richards Lee Bolden...Faith Domergue Gavin...Jim Beck Pooch...Vito Scotti Banker...Ray Hemphill

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Episode 71 - THE BURMA RARITY

Date: October 22, 1961

Summary: This wild comedy involves a precious emerald, a pair of swindlers and an eccentric widow, Clementine Hawkins, who has her eye on Ben and contrives many an opportunity to claim him as her own. When you watch this one you have to pay attention to the manipulations and double crosses – they are just “Ducky.”
Written by: N. B. Stone, Jr.

Directed by: William Witney
Guest Stars: Clementine Hawkins...Beatrice Kay Sam Pearson...James Griffith Mr. Jefferson...Charles Watts Phil Axe...Dave Willock Henry Morgan...Wally Brown Indian Chief...Nestor Paiva Blonde Girl...Joan Staley Hop Sing...Victor Sen Yung Roy Coffee...Ray Teal Bartender...Cosmo Sardo Bob Miles...(uncredited stunt double & extra cowboy in saloon) Bill Clark...(uncredited; stunt double & extra as cowboy in saloon) Betty Endicott...(uncredited extra)

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Episode 72 - BROKEN BALLAD

Date: October 29, 1961

Summary: Ed Payson, a former gunman, tries to buy supplies at the general store, Will Cass, the owner, refuses. The last victim of Ed’s gunplay was Cass’ son. Adam tries to help this reformed gunfighter, who wants only to live in peace and quiet. The situation quickly deteriorates despite Adam’s best efforts.

Written by: John T. Kelly
Directed by: Robert Butler
Guest Stars: Ed Payson...Robert Culp Billy Buckley...Ray Daley Sally Cass...Abigail Shelton Will Cass...Dabbs Greer Deputy Cahill...Robert Christopher Jamie...Richard Rosmini Cass' Attorney...John Graham Bartender…Cosmo Sardo Brunette Town Girl...Betty Endicott...(uncredited)

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Episode 73 - THE MANY FACES OF GIDEON FLINCH

Date: November 5, 1961

Summary: This is another comedy full of antics and mistaken identities. Gideon Flinch cons Bullethead Burke out of $5000 and the thug has come to town to collect. Gideon’s niece, Jennifer, cajoles both Hoss and Joe into helping her uncle…without their knowing it. Through it all, a pick pocket, Jake the Weasel, traipses in and out of scenes confusing the situation with more twists and turns.

Written by:Robert Vincent Wright
Directed by: Robert Altman
Guest Stars: Jennifer Flinch...Sue Ane Langdon Jake the Weasel...Arnold Stang Gideon Flinch...Ian Wolfe Bullethead Burke...Harry Swoger Thug #1...Joseph Turkel Thug #2...Robert Jordan Roy Coffee...Ray Teal Clem...Robert Foulk Jeb(Old man)..Clem Bevans Burt(Old man)...Burt Mustin Little Boy...Ricky Kelman Drunk #1...Charles Horvath Drunk #2...George Dunn Hotel Clerk...Owen Bush Bill Clark...(uncredited extra) Betty Endicott...(uncredited extra)

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Episode 74 - THE FRIENDSHIP

Date: November 12, 1961

Summary: Danny Kidd is a prisoner on a chain gang and through a combination of circumstances he comes to save Joe’s life after he is dragged by a spooked horse. Joe takes an interest in the man who has been in prison for thirteen years. Ben uses his clout to have Danny released from Yuma State Prison into his custody and Joe is personally responsible for Danny. However, Danny’s jail house mentality makes it difficult for him to adjust to “civilian” life. But, like a true friend, Joe stands by his side as Danny makes the difficult transition.

Written by: Frank Chase
Directed by: Don McDougall
Guest Stars: Danny Kidd...Dean Jones Teller...Norman Alden Warden...Rusty Lane Mr. Carter...Stafford Repp Travis...Roy Wright Ann Carter...Janet Lake Bob Stevens...Edward Faulkner Bob Miles...(uncredited double) Betty Endicott...(uncredited party guest)

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Episode 75 - THE COUNTESS

Date: November 19, 1961

Summary: Lady Chadwick, nee Linda Lawrence, a woman who spurned Ben’s love some twenty years earlier, arrives at the Ponderosa with her aide Montague. Mysterious accidents, crew strikes and fires confound the Cartwrights all at the same time making it a very real possibility that Ben might lose all his holdings.

Written by: William R. Cox
Directed by: Robert Sparr
Guest Stars: Linda Chadwick...Margaret Hayes Montague...John Alderson Kelly...Dan Sheridan Banker...Dick Wittinghill Sam...Orville Sherman Telegrapher...Norman Leavitt Runyon...Michael Ross Surveyor...Robert Ridgely Hop Sing...Victor Sen Yung Bob Miles...(uncredited extra) Bill Clark...(uncredited stunt double)

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Episode 76 - THE HORSE BREAKER

Date: November 26, 1961

Summary: Johnny Lightly, a professional wrangler working for the Cartwrights, is thrown from a broncing horse and paralyzed. Ben insists that Johnny stay at the ranch while he recuperates and gets therapy from the doctor’s assistant, Ann Davis. She was once engaged to the son of Nathan Clay – a man who holds a tremendous grudge against Ben.

Written by: Frank Chase
Directed by: Don McDougall
Guest Stars: Johnny Lightly...Ben Cooper Ann Davis...Sue Randall Nathan Clay...R. G. Armstrong Gordie...Don Burnett Dr. Kay...Addison Richards Gunnar...John Cole.

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Episode 77 - DAY OF THE DRAGON

Date:December 3, 1961

Summary: Joe wins a card game and is totally unaware that he was betting on – a beautiful Chinese slave girl – Su Ling – who has no desire to be set free. A slew of complications arise when Short Shanks presents her to his illustrious father and his venerable older brothers. While Su Ling finds her way into the hearts of the Cartwrights, General Tsung finds his way to the home of the Cartwrights – intent on getting back his slave girl.

Written by: John T. Dugan
Directed by: Don McDougall
Guest Stars: Su Ling...Lisa Lu General Wu Chung…Richard Loo Kam Lee...Philip Ahn Gordon...Mort Mills Gordon's Partner...Harry Lauter Hop Sing...Victor Sen Yung Bartender...Cosmo Sardo Bob Miles...(uncredited stunt double) Bill Clark...(uncredited stunts double)

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Episode 78 - THE FRENCHMAN

Date: December 10, 1961

Summary: An arrogant and pompous Frenchman, and his sister, Eloise, show up in Virginia City. He claims to be the reincarnation of Francois Villion, a French poet. To complicate matters, he challenged Hoss to a duel – seeking satisfaction for a perceived insult.

Written by: Norman Lessing
Directed by: Christian Nyby
Guest Stars: Francois Villon...Andre Philippe Eloise...Erika Peters Hop Sing...Victor Sen Yung Roy Coffee...Ray Teal Bill Clark...(uncredited extra) Betty Endicott...(uncredited; extra).

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Episode 79 - THE TIN BADGE

Date: December 17, 1961

Summary: Little Joe sets out to prove he is a “man” by accepting the job of temporary sheriff in Rubincon. What he doesn’t know is that he is being set up to be the patsy for a murder.

Written by: Don Ingalls
Directed by: Lewis Allen
Guest Stars: Brock...Vic Morrow Sylvia Ann...Karen Steele Mayor...John Litel Higgins...Robert Fortier Undertaker #1...David Manley Undertaker #2...Bill Catching Mr. Jennings...Steven Chase Stableman...Bob Miles...(uncredited; extra) Stage Passengers...Betty Endicott...Martha Manor

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Episode 80 - GABRIELLE

Date: December 24, 1961

Summary: This Christmas tale is reminiscent of the classic, Heidi. Hoss and Joe find a wrecked wagon and a dead couple. Gabrielle, their 11 year old blind daughter survived. The Cartwrights try to reconcile Gabrielle with her grandfather, a bitter hermit, who spent 21 years in prison for a crime he did not commit.

Written by: Anthony Lawrence
Directed by: Lewis Allen
Guest Stars: Gabrielle Wickham...Diane Mountford Zachariah Wickham...John Abbott Everett Pastor...Kevin Hagen Mrs. Pastor...Evelyn Scott Jeremy Pastor...Mike McGreevey Hop Sing...Victor Sen Yung

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Episode 81 - LAND GRAB

Date: December 31, 1961

Summary: The Cartwrights entertain and old army friend of Ben’s, Colonel Bragg. At the same time, they find a group of squatters pitching camp on the Ponderosa. They have property deeds and they claim that they purchased the land from a fellow named John Polk. The claims and the deeds are fraudulent and violence ensues before the issue is resolved.

Written by:Ward Hawkins
Directed by: David Orrick McDearmon
Guest Stars: Colonel Bragg...John McGiver Mike Sullivan...George Mitchell Lisette Belrose...Lisette Loze Hop Sing...Victor Sen Yung Roy Coffee...Ray Teal Bobby Jacks...Don Wilbanks Eddie Wheeler...Don Oreck Mr. Belrose...Dennis Whitcomb Jean Wheeler...Jason Johnson Amanda Gates...Eileen Ryan Victoria Gates...Fay McKenzie Hotel Clerk...Fred Sherman

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Episode 82 - THE TALL STRANGER

Date: January 7, 1962

Summary: Hoss is head over heels in love with Margie Owens and plans to propose marriage to her. But before he can speak to her father, she meets Mark Connors, a charming stranger, who has traveled all around the world, and she falls in love with his fantasies. She marries him, and too late, discovers that he is not the prince charming she imagined.

Written by: Ward Hawkins
Directed by: Don McDougall
Guest Stars: Margie Owens...Kathie Browne Marc Connors...Sean McClory Kathy...Jacqueline Scott George Owens...Russell Thorson Minister...Ed Prentiss Woman...Dorothy Neumann Father...Robert Ridgely Doctor...Bart Conlon Gilbert...Henry Wills Betty Endicott...(uncredited extra) Bill Clark...(uncredited extra)

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Episode 83 - THE LADY FROM BALTIMORE

Date:January 14, 1962

Summary: Joe falls helplessly in love with Melinda Banning, daughter of a scheming woman wants her daughter to marry a Cartwright…any Cartwright. She manipulates the situation by forcing her daughter to use her feminine charms to win Joe’s affection, thinking he is young and easily influenced. The intricacy of the plot manifests itself in the fact that Melinda loves Adam but Joe loves Melinda. Adam realizes what’s going on after Melinda comes on to him. The arrival of Horace Banning, Melinda’s father, complicates the matter further.

Written by: Elliott Arnold
Directed by: John Peyser
Guest Stars: Deborah Banning...Mercedes McCambridge Melinda Banning...Audry Dalton Horace Banning...Hayden Rorke Hop Sing...Victor Sen Yung Coachman...Robert Adler Bob Miles...(uncredited stunt double) Bill Clark...(uncredited extra)

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Episode 84 - THE RIDE

Date: January 21, 1962

Summary: While waiting for the stagecoach at a way station, Adam witnesses the murder of the station manager by two men wearing burlap sacks over their heads. Adam identifies the man who shot Toby Barker as Bill Enders. But, since Adam never really saw the shooter’s face, he has a hard time convincing anyone of Enders’ guilt, especially since Enders has an iron-clad alibi.

Written by: Ward Hawkins
Directed by: Don McDougall
Guest Stars: Bill Enders...Jan Merlin Mary Enders...Grace Gaynor Toby Barker...Chubby Johnson Roy Coffee...Ray Teal Arch...Hal Baylor Sammy...Bob Harris Bartender...Cosmo Sardo...(uncredited) Bob Miles...(extra) Alex Sharp...(uncredited; stunt double for Hal Baylor) Bill Clark...(uncredited stunt double)

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Episode 85 - THE STORM

Date: January 28, 1962

Summary: Joe falls in love with Laura White, the daughter of Captain Matthew White, one of Ben’s old sea-faring friends Joe doesn’t’ know that Laura is fatally ill. Ben tries to console Joe with sentiments shared with him by Abel Stoddard when Elizabeth died.

Written by: Denne Petitclerc
Directed by: Lewis Allen
Guest Stars:Captain Matthew White...Frank Overton Laura White...Brooke Hayward.

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Episode 86 - THE AULD SOD

Date: February 4, 1962

Summary: Danny Lynch, Virginia City’s resident lush, has been writing to his dear old mother in Ireland for years, telling her that he is a wealthy rancher. To his dismay, Nellie Lynch shows up, without warning. For the sake of dear old “Darby”, Ben allows Danny to pretend that the Ponderosa belongs to him and that the Cartwrights are the hired hands.

Written by: Charles Lang
Directed by: William Witney
Guest Stars: Danny Lynch...James Dunn Nellie Lynch...Cheerio Meredith Higgins...Jeff De Benning Howie...Howard Wright Roy Coffee...Ray Teal Mr. Riley...Keith Richards Telegrapher...Norman Leavitt Bartender...Cosmo Sardo...(uncredited) Bill Clark...(uncredited extra)

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Episode 87 - GIFT OF WATER

Date: February 11, 1962

Summary: The entire Cartwright family band together to help a drought stricken family. They dig a well, build a windmill and reach water – and at the same time ward off a vigilante group who are afraid of families migrating, looking for water.

Written by: Borden Chase
Directed by: Jesse Hibbs
Guest Stars: Jason Ganther...Royal Dano Mrs. Ganther...Majel Barret Lindy Ganther...Pam Smith Bill Collins...James Doohan Mrs. Collins...Kay Stewart Roy Coffee...Ray Teal Luther Kent...Paul Birch Collin's Daughter...Betty Endicott...(uncredited)

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Episode 88 - THE JACKKNIFE

Date: February 18, 1962

Summary: Adam stumbles onto a man who he suspects is part of a gang that has been rustling steer from the Ponderosa herd. Adam gets to know the wife and the man’s son and decides this man deserves a second chance.

Written by: Frank Chase
Directed by: William Witney
Guest Stars: Ann Grant...Bethel Leslie... Matthew Grant...John Archer Jody Grant...Donald Losby Rustler...Robert Karnes Chad...Bob Harris... Bob Miles...(uncredited stunt double)

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Episode 89 - THE GUILTY

Date: February 25, 1962

Summary: Jack Groat's gun accidentally went off during a drunken brawl and his bullet killed Sheriff Lem Partridge's wife. The sheriff made sure Groat was imprisoned for murder. Now, Groat is out of jail and is seeking vengeance on Lem Partridge and his family.

Written by: Clifford Irving
Directed by:Lewis Allen
Guest Stars: Lem Partridge...Lyle Bettger Jack Groat...Charles Maxwell Caroline Partridge...Anne Benton Roy Coffee...Ray Teal Wade...Edward Platt Jimmy Partridge…Jack Easton, Jr. Bob Miles...(uncredited stunt double) Betty Endicott...(uncredited extra)

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Episode 90 - THE WOOING OF ABIGAIL JONES

Date: March 4, 1962

Summary: Hoss and Joe try to play matchmaker for Ponderosa hand Hank Meyers, who is smitten by the local school teacher, Abigail Jones. The problem is that Abigail has eyes only for Adam Cartwright.

Written by: Norman Lessing
Directed by: Christian Nyby
Guest Stars: Hank Meyers...Vaughn Monroe Abigail Jones...Eileen Ryan Ma Nutley...Norma Varden Margie...Diana Darrin Proprietor...Robert J. Stevenson Ponderosa Hand...Bob Miles...(uncredited) Brunette Saloon Girl...Betty Endicott...(uncredited)

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Episode 91 - THE LAWMAKER

Date: March 11, 1962

Summary: Roy Coffee seeks a temporary sheriff. Ben recommends Asa Moran, a neighboring rancher. Asa foils a robbery, kills the robbers and is hailed a hero, causing the power to go to his head.

Written by: John A. Johns, Dick Nelson
Directed by: Christian Nyby
Guest Stars: Asa Moran...Arthur Franz Charlie Finch...Charles Briggs Judge Jackson...Les Tremayne Roy Coffee...Ray Teal Vicki...Rosalind Roberts Dr. Martin...Roy Engel Lou Palmer...John Mitchum Bob Miles...( stunt double for Arthur Franz) Bank Robber...Bill Catching Bill Clark...(uncredited; stunt double) Bartender...Cosmo Sardo...(uncredited) Brunette Saloon Girl...Betty Endicott...(uncredited)

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Episode 92 - LOOK TO THE STARS

Date: March 18, 1962

Summary: The Cartwrights come to the aid of a school boy, Albert Michaelson, who is being denied a fair education by the local school teacher. The real Albert Michaelson won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1907.

Written by: Robert Fresco, Paul Rink
Directed by: Don McDougall
Guest Stars: Albert Michelson...Douglas Lambert George Norton...William Schallert Samuel Michaelson...Joe De Santis Mrs. Michelson...Penny Santon Henry P. Quince...Booth Colman Antonio Garcia...Salvador Baguez Boardman....Wallace Rooney Miguel Garcia...Richard Vera Bob Miles...(uncredited stunt double) Bill Clark...(uncredited stunt double) Brunette Townsgirl...Betty Endicott...(uncredited)

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Episode 93 - THE GAMBLE

Date: April 1, 1962

Summary: In the town of Alkalai, the Cartwrights are falsely accused of murder and robbery. After a sham of a trial, they are found guilty. Joe manages to escape in an attempt to save his family from the hangman's noose. NOTE: This is the first script that Michael Landon co-wrote for the series. Written by: Frank Cleaver and Michael Landon

Written by: Frank Cleaver and Michael Landon
Directed by: William Witney
Guest Stars:Sheriff Gains...Charles McGraw Stan Mace...Ben Johnson Arte...Robert Sampson Joyce...Jan Harrison Billy Tyler...Joey Walsh Judge Jackson...Raymond Greenleaf Harry...I. Stanford Jolley Deputy Clem...Robert Foulk Bob Miles...(uncredited stunt double) Bill Clark...(uncredited extra) Brunette Townsgirl...Betty Endicott...(uncredited)

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Episode 94 - THE CRUCIBLE

Date: April 8, 1962

Summary: Adam is accosted by two thugs, who rob him and leave him stranded in the desert. He stumbles into the camp of Peter Kane and agrees to help him work his claim, on the condition that Kane will eventually lend him his mule. Kane agrees, but he is a deranged man who imprisons Adam and proceeds to mentally and physically abuse him.

Written by: John T. Dugan
Directed by: Paul Nickell
Guest Stars: Peter Kane...Lee Marvin Frank Preston...Howard Ledig Jim Gann...Barry Cahill Blacksmith...William Edmonson Sheriff...Roy Barcroft Bartender...Paul Barselou Brunette Townsgirl...Betty Endicott...(uncredited)

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Episode 95 - INGER, MY LOVE

Date: April 15, 1962

Summary: Ben reminisces about his first encounter with Hoss' mother in Galesburg, Illinois, as he and little Adam make their way out west.

Written by: David Dortort, Frank Cleaver, Anthony Lawrence
Directed by: Lewis Allen
Guest Stars: Inger Borgstrom...Inga Swenson Gunnar Borgstrom...Jeremy Slate McWhorter...James Philbrook Little Adam...Johnny Stephens Gunnar's Friend...Taggart Casey Constable...Harlan Warde Bartender...Charles E. Fredericks Mrs. Miller...Helen Brown Doctor...Nolan Leary Bill Clark...(uncredited stunt double) Alex Sharp...(uncredited stunt double)

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Episode 96 - BLESSED ARE THEY

Date: April 22, 1962

Summary: Ben is called in to make the peace when the feud between the Mahans and the Clarkes involves the custody of their recently orphaned grandchildren.

Written by: Borden Chase, Frank Cleaver
Directed by: Don McDougall
Guest Stars: Reverend...Robert Brown John Clarke...Ford Rainey Winifred Mahan...Irene Tedrow Tom Mahan...Walter Sande Mary Clarke...Amzie Strickland Peggy Clarke...Leslie Wales Judge...Robert Brubaker Deputy Clem...Robert Foulk Kenny...Rory O' Brien Susan...Tracy Stratford Reverend Jordan...Arthur Peterson Bob Miles...(uncredited extra) Bill Clark...(uncredited extra) Betty Endicott...(uncredited extra)

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Episode 97 - THE DOWRY

Date: April 29, 1962

Summary: Ben and the boys are involved in the romantic twists and turns between a phony heiress, a phony land baron and a dubious dowry.

Written by: Robert Vincent Wright
Directed by: Christian Nyby
Guest Stars: Michele Dubois...Luciana Paluzzi Don Ricardo Fernandez...Lee Bergere Alexander Dubois...Steven Geray Crusty...Ken Mayer Dr. Martin...Roy Engel...(uncredited) Bartender...Cosmo Sardo...(uncredited) Bob Miles...(uncredited stunt double) Bill Clark...(uncredited stunt double) Alex Sharp...(uncredited stunt double)

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Episode 98 - THE LONG NIGHT

Date: May 6, 1962

Summary: 2 men escape from prison in the same vicinity as Adam, who is carrying a $10,000 bank draft. One of the men ambushes Adam and forces him to exchange clothes. The other convict joins the posse, intending to get the draft and have Adam lynched.

Written by: George Stackalee, E. M. Parsons
Directed by: William Witney
Guest Stars: Elmer Trace...James Coburn Billy McCord...Jack Chaplain Sheriff Hill...Frank Ferguson Townsend...William Bramley Henry Neighbors...Whit Bissell Skidmore...Paul Dubov Poindexter...Bing Russell Martha Neighbors...Dorothy Adams Prospector...E. J. Andre Johnny...Al Avalon Brubaker...Eric Barnes Bob Miles...(uncredited stunt double)

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Episode 99 - THE MOUNTAIN GIRL

Date: May 13, 1962

Summary: Joe makes a promise to a dying sheepman to unite his granddaughter, Trudy, with her paternal grandfather. The Cartwrights try to transform the girl into a genteel young lady, so that she will be welcomed by her wealthy San Francisco relatives.

Written by: John Furia, Jr.
Directed by: Don McDougall
Guest Stars: Trudy Harker...Nina Shipman Paul...Warren Oates Josiah Harker...Carl Benton Reid Stephanie...Nancy Hadley Seth...Will Wright Annie...Mary Treen

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Episode 100 - THE MIRACLE MAKER

Date: May 20, 1962

Summary: Hoss is consumed with guilt when he blames himself for a wagon accident that leaves a young woman paralyzed. Looking for a miracle, Hoss places his hope in a faith healer.

Written by: Frank Cleaver, Preston Wood
Directed by: Don McDougall
Guest Stars: Garth...Ed Nelson Susan Blanchard...Patricia Breslin Thorn...Mort Mills Miss Celia...Jean Inness Dr. Moore...Tol Avery Mr. Blanchard...Raymond Bailey Dr. Gross...Bill Quinn Jeb...Robert Adler Bob Miles...(uncredited stunt double) Bill Clark...(uncredited stunt double) Betty Endicott...(uncredited extra)

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