Conclusion. McCord learns that the dagger with which he and President Grant were attacked belonged to Senator Ashley (Peter Graves). Laurette: Kamala Devi. Grant: William Bryant. Cueverra: Carlos Rivas.
Part l of three. McCord tries to find out why Custer has publicly attacked President Grant over recent Indian attacks. Custer: Robert Lansing. Hazin: David Brian. Grant: William Bryant. MacAllister: H.M. Wynant. Yates: Lee Van Cleef. Jennie: Kathie Browne.
McCord hires on with Roy Beckwith, whose fence-building plans ignite a war between cattlemen and farmers. McCord: Chuck Connors. Thorp: Rod Cameron. Neil: Sherry Jackson. Kilgore: Lane Bradford. Jarman: Ted Jordan.
McCord accepts the job of sheriff in a town where three lawmen have been killed within the past year. McCord: Chuck Connors. Dora: Mona Freeman. Latigo: Ben Johnson. Jess: Tom Reese. Trent: Willard Sage.
McCord intervenes when a town boss tries to drive a tailor---and the nine orphans he cares for---out of town. Perrin: Ludwig Donath. Stoddard: Ken Mayer. Mike: Pat Cardi. Abigail: Pamelyn Ferdin. Grace: Carol Brewster.
Conclusion. McCord flirts with death as he continues to help the gypsies in their battle with rancher Aaron Shields (Gary Merrill). McCord: Chuck Connors. Kolyan: Nico Minardos. Foley: Don Collier. Lisa: Joan Huntington. Robin: Anna Capri.
Part l of two. McCord saves a gypsy from a whipping at the hands of cattle baron Aaron Shields (Gary Merrill). McCord: Chuck Connors. Kolyan: Nico Minardos. Foley: Don Collier. Lisa: Joan Huntington. Robin: Anna Capri.