Devil's Outpost, September 22, 1969
Written by Jim Byrnes & Robert Barbash, Story by Robert Barbash, Directed
by Philip Leacock, Guest Cast: Robert Lansing, Jonathan Lippe, Karl Swenson,
Sheila Larken, Val de Vargis, Ken Swofford, I. Stanford Jolley, Warren Vanders,
Sam Edwards. When
Matt arrests a young stagecoach robber, his notorious older brother and his
gang pursue the Marshal, seeking his death.
September 29, 1969 Written by Herman Groves, Directed by Robert Totten,
Guest Cast: Morgan Woodward, Joan van Ark, Royal Dano, Andy Devine, Mills
Watson, Walter Sande, Ted French. Former Dodge City Marshal Josh Stryker returns after 15 years in prison, seeking
vengeance against his successor, Marshal Dillon.
October 6, 1969 Written by Herman Groves, Directed by Bernard McEveery, Guest
Cast: Nina Foch, Ruth Roman, Kevin Coughlin, Thomas Hunter, Bruce Glover,
Jo Ann Harris, James Almanzar, John Shuck, Charles Fredericks: The
Abstract of this episode from TV Week - "Coreyville. A Western adventure
series about one man's struggle to bring law and order to his town, Dodge City;
and the rest of the territory under his jurisdiction, in the early days of the
Old West. Starring James Arness as Marshal Matt Dillon Ken Curtis as his deputy,
Milburn Stone as the doc and Amanda Blake as Kitty. (A)-(1 hr.)"
October 13, 1969 Written by Preston Wood, Directed by Bernard McEveety, Guest
Cast: Jack Albertson, Scott Brady, Frank Marth, Vito Scotti, Rayford
Barnes, Steve Raines. An old-time con man, dying of a heart condition, manages to save Matt's life.
October 20, 1969 Written by Kay Lenard & Jess Carneol, Directed by Gunnar
Hellstrom, Guest Cast: Brendan Boone, Louise Latham, Michael J.
Wixted, Hillarie Thompson, X Brands, Robert Brubaker, Bill Hart, Hal
three renegades, a half-breed Indian policeman visits his white mother, who
refuses to acknowledge him as her son.
Called Smith, October 27, 1969 Written by Calvin Clements, Directed by
Vincent McEveety, Guest Cast: Earl Holliman, Jacqueline Scott, Susan
Olsen, Vai Avery, Michael Durkin, William Fawcett, Margarita Cordova, Sid
Haig. An outlaw's
return to his homestead to claim some hidden loot leads to nothing but trouble.
Noon, November 3, 1969 Written by Jim Byrnes, Directed by Vincent McEveety,
Guest Cast: James Best, Miriam Colon, Ronny Howard, Edmund Hashim, Kip
Whitman. Marshal Dillon
is pursued by a band of Comanches as he crosses the desert with prisoner Charlie
November 10, 1969 Written by Calvin Clements, Directed by Gunnar Hellstrom,
Assistant Director Al Kraus, Guest Cast: Lane Bradbury, Anthony James, Shug
Fisher, J. Edward McKinley. A young schoolmarm's unscrupulous
relatives descend on Dodge City to begin a moonshining operation.
Of Honor, November 17, 1969 Written by Joy Dexter, Directed by Richard
Totten, Guest Cast: John Anderson, Katherine Justice, Tom Simcox, Jack Bailey,
Richard Bakalyan, Walter Sande, Dan Ferrone. Louie Pheeters, found drunk beside a dying man and unable to remember what took
place, is accused of murder.
November 24, 1969 Written by Walter Black, Directed by Marvin Chomsky, Guest
Cast: Eileen Heckart, Barry Atwater, Anthony James, Lee de Broux, Tom Nolan,
Little Sky, Robert B. Williams, Manual Padilla, Jr. When Festus helps a woman schoolteacher get to Cimarron territory, they both
become hostages of a family of hide thieves.
Of Darkness, December 1, 1969 Written by Arthur Dales, Directed by Bernard
McEveety, Guest Cast: Tom Drake, John Crawford, Rex Holman, Anthony Caruso,
Pamela Dunlap, William Boyett. A
pretty blind girl influences deputy Newly O'Brien's efforts to arrest a horse
December 8, 1969 Written by Kay Lenard & Jess C'tmeol, Directed by Philip
Cast: J.D. Cannon, Diana Ewing, Michael Larrain, Ned Wertimer, Sid Haig, Allen
Jaffe, Bobby Hall, Sam Edwards, Charles Kuenstle, Sam Melville. People suspect ex-gunfighter Jake MacGraw has ulterior motives when he gets
a job as piano player in the Longbranch Saloon.
Of Fear, December 15, 1969 Written by Arthur Browne, Directed by Philip
Leacock Guest Cast: John Anderson, Louise Latham, Warren Vanders, Cliff
Osmond, Jody Foster, Walter Burke. A run on the Dodge City bank forces three desperate farmers to resort to robbery.
December 29, 1969 Written by William Kelley, Directed by Philip Leacock, Guest
Cast: Jack Elam, Lynn Hamilton, Gloria Calomee, Susan Batson, Erica Petal,
Chris Hundley, CeCe Whitney. A
contemptible father pretends to have a change of heart when three nuns confront
him with the care and custody of his two children.
Priest, January 5, 1970 Written by William Kelley, Directed by Bernard McEveety,
Guest Cast: Forrest Tucker, Richard Anderson, John Crawford,
Richard Hale, Sam Melville, Link Wyler, Tom Sutton. Kitty,
en route from Owl Flats to Dodge City by buckboard, is kidnapped by Apache war
priest Gregorio, an escaped cavalry prisoner.
Rat, January 12, 1970 Written by Jim Byrnes & Arthur Browne, Story by
Arthur Browne, Directed by Philip Leacock, Guest Cast: Manuel Padilla, Jr, William
C. Watson, Heidi Vaughn, Bill Catching, Robert Rothwell, Robert Brubaker, Tom
Sutton. A wily little
orphan-thief first steals from Marshal Dillon, then sets out to help him in
an impending ambush.
Gun, January 19, 1970 Written by Harry Kronman, Directed by Vincent Mc.Eveety,
Guest Cast: Ron Hayes, Peter Jason, Richard X. Slattery, Laurie Mock, Sean McClory,
Margarita Cordova, William Fawcett, Brad David, Ralph Neff. The feud between ranchers Noah Haimes and Clete Bolden is rekindled by the romance
of Haimes's only son and Bolden's only daughter.
Herman Schultz, MD, January 26, 1970 Written by Calvin Clements, Story by
Benny Rubin, Directed by Bernard McEveety, Guest Cast: Benny Rubin, Pete Kellett. When an old friend of Doc Adams is suspected of being a thief, Doc takes it
upon himself to bring the man to justice.
February 2, 1970 Written by Jim Byrnes, Directed by Vincent McEveety, Guest
Cast: Beverly Garland, Henry Jones, John Milford, Roy Jenson,
Jack Lambert, William O'Connell, John Finn, Mary Angela, Fred Colby. Kitty Russell, seeing Matt wounded again, closes the Longbranch and leaves Dodge
City to become a partner with an old friend.
February 9, 1970 Written by Jim Bymes, Directed by Vincent McEveety, Guest Cast:
Milton Selzer, Patricia Barry, L.Q. Jones, Bob Random, William Schallert,
Dorothy Neumin, Natalie Masters. A
mild-mannered bank teller, about to be dismissed, foils a bank robber but impulsively
takes some money for himself.
February 16, 1970 Written by Ron Bishop, Directed by Bernard McEveety, Guest
Cast: Victor French, Dub Taylor, John Beck, Lucas White, Joyce Ames,
Richard Angarola, Jean Allison, Richard Lapp. The abduction of a teenage girl by Indians involves Matt Dillon in a long trek
to rescue her and return her to her family.
February 23, 1970 Written by Harry Kronman, Directed by Philip Leacock, Guest
Cast: Melissa Murphy, Cliff Osmond, Frank Marth, George Petrie, Walker Edmiston. Newly's best friend becomes the victim of a con game perpetrated by a pretty
young girl and her partner.
March 2, 1970 Written by Kay Lenard & Jess Cameol, Directed by Bernard McEveery,
Guest Cast: Steve Forrest, Hank Brandt, Charlotte Stewart, Ed Long, Mills Watson,
Jonathan Lippe, Jack Garner, Stanford Jolley, Fletcher Bryant. A
psychopathic outlaw takes over Dodge in Matt's absence, holding the town hostage
as he awaits an expected gold shipment.
March 9, 1970 Written by Tommy Thompson, Directed by Philip Leacock, Guest Cast:
Michael Burns, Bill Callaway, Timothy Bums, Royal Dano, Daphne Field,
John Schuck. Three
teenage boys, on probation from the country jail, are welcomed in Dodge City--for
March 16, 1970 Written by William Kelley, Directed by Vincent McEveety, Guest
Cast: Earl Holliman, Morgan Woodward, Jennifer West, Ken Swofford, Robert Totten, Bill Erwin, Allen Jung.
A vengeful ex-convict seeks reprisal against a former partner-in-crime who ran
out on a train holdup.
Cage, March 23, 1970 Written by Calvin Clements,
Directed by Bernard McEveety, Guest Cast: Steve Carson, Laura Figueroa, Jorge
Moreno, Allen Jaffe, Renata Vanni, Ken Mayer, Gregg Palmer, Hank Brandt