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Benny Rubin wrote this story in which he plays a hypnotist who uses his skill to steal money. Festus: Ken Curtis. Doc: Milburn Stone. Kitty: Amanda Blake. Burke: Ted Jordan. Sam: Glenn Strange. Matt: James Arness. Howie: Howard Culver.
When Matt is wounded in a gun battle, Kitty pulls up stakes and heads for a different kind of trouble. Claire Hollis: Beverly Garland. Kitty: Amanda Blake. Matt: James Arness. Papa Steiffer: John Milford. Keller: Roy Jenson. Locke: Jack Lambert.
A bank teller foils a robbery and pockets the money---but ends up helping in the outlaws' next try. Albert: Milton Selzer. Kate Schiller: Patricia Barry. Nix: L.Q. Jones. Matt: James Arness. Tom Clark: Bob Random. Spence: William Schallert. Bodkin: Roy Rob (more…)
Wounded and on foot, a young Indian stalks the fur trader who murdered his father and attacked his sister. McCaw: Neville Brand. Matt: James Arness. Kioga: Teno Pollick. Festus: Ken Curtis. Doc: Milburn Stone. Kitty: Amanda Blake. Botkin: Roy Roberts.
Newly tries to prove that a girl is a con woman out to fleece a blacksmith. Celia: Melissa Murphy. Ben Sommars: Cliff Osmond. Martin Blake: Frank Marth. Newly: Buck Taylor. Festus: Ken Curtis. Doc: Milburn Stone. Kitty: Amanda Blake. Cashier: George Petrie (more…)
Sam, the bartender, takes an interest in a delinquent boy on probation. Sam: Glenn Strange. Matt: James Arness. Eric Tabray: Michael Burns. Shuffles: Bill Callaway. Louie: James Nusser. Billy Clarke: Timothy Burns. Kitty: Amanda Blake. Gideon Hale: Royal D (more…)
Earl Holliman plays a vengeful ex-con and Morgan Woodward a farmer who ran out on him during a robbery years before. Geneva Sargent: Jennifer West. Bronk: Ken Swofford. Tully: Robert Totten. Matt: James Arness. Doc: Milburn Stone.
Vera Miles plays a doctor who distresses and ultimately charms Doc when she answers his ad for a temporary replacement. Barnaby: Arch Johnson. Ellen: Dee Carroll. Christina: Lisa Gerritsen. Matt: James Arness. Festus: Ken Curtis. Frank: Glenn Redding.
John Payne plays a land baron who considers his family above the law. Claire Gentry: Louise Latham. Orly Grimes: Shug Fisher. Matt: James Arness. Colt Gentry: Peter Jason. Ben Gentry: Robert Pine. Floyd Babcock: Don Keefer. Leelah Case: Darlene Conley. Bue (more…)
Part 1 of two. The Sioux are out to get the white man who sold poison whisky. Sam Wickes: Clifton James. Billy: Gene Evans. Matt: James Arness. Doc: Milburn Stone. Festus: Ken Curtis. Lucas: Ken Lynch. Ada Coleman: Pamela Dunlap. Tibbett: Roy Engel. Little (more…)
Conclusion. With Indians holding a trainload of passengers hostage, Matt tries to find out who sold them poison whisky. Sam Wickes: Clifton James. Doc: Milburn Stone. Festus: Ken Curtis. Billy: Gene Evans. Lucas: Ken Lynch. Tibbett: Roy Engel. Scott Colema (more…)
A drama about an outlaw's dying wish to see his daughter. Luke: Morgan Woodward. Doris: Katherine Justice. Austin Keep: Anthony Costello. Moses Reedy: Rex Holman. Matt: James Arness. Doc: Milburn Stone. Bull: Victor Izay. Kitty: Amanda Blake. Festus: Ken C (more…)
Character actor L.Q. Jones plays an exploiting newspaperman. Gogan: Keven Coughlin. Matt: James Arness. Stella Felton: Patricia Morrow. Vance Jessop: Robert Phillips. Wade Pasco: Sam Melville. Doc: Milburn Stone. Burke: Ted Jordan. Greenwood: Ken Mayer. Ed (more…)
Anthony Zerbe playing a murderer and his brother, a priest trying to save the killer's soul. Quito Vega: Ernest Sarracino. Matt: James Arness. Bones Cunningham: Warren Vanders. Rita: Annette Cardona. Diego: Natividad Vacio. Carlos: Bert Madrid.
Harry Morgan and Dack Rambo as a father-son team: the father silences witnesses against his killer son. Matt: James Arness. Arnie Sprague: Tim O'Connors. Jared Sprague: Barry Brown. Edda Sprague: Annette O'Toole. Martha Sprague: June Dayton. Beecher: I. St (more…)
Judge Calvin Strom and his two sons plot to even the score with Festus and Kitty---who they think murdered a member of their family. Cal: John Saxon. Kitty: Amanda Blake. Festus: Ken Curtis. Matt: James Arness. Mark: Les Brown Jr. Thad: Roger Ewing. Doc: M (more…)
This landmark adult Western centered on Marshal Matt Dillon of Dodge City. John Wayne turned down the lead, suggesting James Arness (who remained for its entire run). Originating on radio (with William Conrad as Dillon), it moved to TV in September 1955. I (more…)
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- Birth Name: William Dennis Weaver
- Birth Place: Joplin, MO
- Birthday: June 4, 1924, Gemini
- Died: February 24, 2006
- Profession: Actor, Singer