"...with an eye like an eagle and as tall as a mountain was he!"

Season 3 (1966-67)

Daniel Boone and Mingo

 

060 Dan'l Boone Shot a B'ar (#9408)

Original Air Date: 09-15-66

Written by D. D. Beauchamp, from a story by David Chandler
Directed by Alex Nicol
Produced by George Sherman

As Daniel begins his third season, he's confronted by Cletus Mott and the bear that killed Mott's father and brother. Cletus is determined to hunt the bear down -- and he threatens to kill anyone who interferes in his revenge.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Slim Pickens ............. Cletus Mott
Claude Hall ............. Wilse Mott
Chick Chandler ............. Grover Hanks
Dick Foran ............. Tupper

061 The Allegiances (#9405)

Original Air Date: 09-22-66

Written by David Duncan, from a story by Luanna Poole
Directed by Earl Bellamy
Produced by George Sherman

Mingo's loyalties are torn when he learns that the Cherokee will be part of a British scheme to drive all whites from Indian country, including Daniel and his family.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Michael Pate ............. Raccuwan
Walter Kray ............. Chenrogan
Pat Horgan ............. Byron Honeywell
Paul Fix ............. Quonab
Angela Clarke ............. Wanona
Chalres Macaulay ............. Colonel Arthur Merivale
Frank Hagney ............. Hongas
Mark Vance ............. Sentry
Jack Bighead ............. First Brave
Joe Canutt ............. Second Brave
Tim Donnelly ............. Bugler

062 Goliath (#9404)

Original Air Date: 09-29-66

Written by D. D. Beauchamp
Directed by Barry Shear
Produced by George Sherman

Horse trader Otis Cobb is in a bind: robbers have forced him to buy a slave with the settler's money -- and now he must repay them.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Jerome Cowan ............. Loomis
Orville Sherman ............. Tupper
Shug Fisher ............. Tolliver
Harold Goodwin ............. Grover Hanks
Jack Oakie ............. Otis Cobb
Woody Strode ............. Goliath
Bea Bradley ............. Susan Smith
Chuck Bail ............. First Smith Brother
Chuck Couch ............. Second Smith Brother
Tony Epper ............. Third Smith Brother
Sheldon Allman ............. Caleb Smith
Ed Peck ............. Smedley
Cal Bolder ............. Alex the Assassin

063 Grizzly (#9407)

Original Air Date: 10-06-66

Written by Raphael Hayes
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by George Sherman

A man is wrongly accused of murder, but Israel clears him after the two share a dangerous experience.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Jeff York ............. Big Zack
Harold Goodwin ............. Grover Hanks
Percy Helton ............. Mr. Stubbs
June Ellis ............. Mrs. Stubbs
Orville Sherman ............. Tupper
William Tannen ............. John
Phil Chambers ............. Jed Weston
Rodolfo Acosta ............. Running Fox
Gary Travis ............. Settler
Buddy Van Horn ............. Indian #1
Chuck Roberson ............. Indian #2

064 First in War, First in Peace (#9402)

Original Air Date: 10-13-66

Written by D. D. Beauchamp and Frank Moss
Directed by Barry Shear
Produced by George Sherman

Lured to Kentucky by a false invitation, President Washington is the target of an assassination plot.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Michael Rennie ............. Edgar Newton
John Hoyt ............. Colonel James Lampart
Ivor Barry ............. President Washington
Bryan O'Byrne ............. Mr. Portman
Clyde Howdy ............. Hostler
Lane Bradford ............. John Beachum
Henry Corden ............. Peter Mornay
Robert Adler ............. Orderly
Eddie Quillan ............. Inn Landlord
Tony Epper ............. Sergeant

065 Run a Crooked Mile (#9406)

Original Air Date: 10-20-66

Written by D. D. Beauchamp
Directed by Tony Leader
Produced by George Sherman

With Israel held hostage, Daniel is forced to collect a ransom for a band of body-snatchers.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Peter Graves ............. Logan Harris
Doodles Weaver ............. Horseman
Myron Healey ............. Lynch
Arthur Hunnicutt ............. Gabe
Ken Renard ............. Jason
Harry Harvey, Sr. ............. Luther Michaels
Marvin Brody ............. Cross
Stanley Clements ............. Timbo
Harry Raybould ............. Hoad

066 The Matchmaker (#9401)

Original Air Date: 10-27-66

Written by D.D. Beauchamp, from a story by Sam Gilman
Directed by Robert Douglas
Produced by George Sherman

To avert tribal warfare, Daniel and Mingo are given the task of bringing a rebellious Creek princess to wed the son of a Shawnee chief.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Laurie Main ............. Stinch
James J. Griffith ............. Coll
Brenda Benet ............. Princess Little Fawn
Peter Mamakos ............. Chief Two Shoots
Hal Jon Norman ............. Chief Red Fox
Larry Chance ............. Lone Runner
Charles Roberson ............. Shawnee Leader

067 Onatha (#9403)

Original Air Date: 11-03-66

Written by David Duncan
Directed by Earl Bellamy
Produced by George Sherman

Daniel and Mingo clash with two slave hunters who claim ownership of a small black girl whom Daniel saved from drowning.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Lila Perry ............. Onatha
Alan Baxter ............. John Ruth
Rayford Barnes ............. Millard Church
Raymond St. Jacques ............. Nimrod
Kim Hamilton ............. Naomi
Bob Do Qui ............. Tom
Davis Roberts ............. Jim
Virginia Capers ............. Elsie
Victor Tayback ............. Hongas

068 The Loser's Race (#9409)

Original Air Date: 11-10-66

Written by Judith Barrows and D. D. Beauchamp, from a story by Judith Barrows
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by George Sherman

The settlers tangle with a greedy governor's aide who has given them two weeks to pay a suspicious tax -- or lose their land.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Cameron Mitchell ............. James Dorsey
Richard Devon ............. Stokes
Brendan Dillon ............. Timothy Stark
William Tannen ............. Clark
Barbara Perry ............. Lydia Dorsey
Lindsey Workman ............. Dr. Marcus Winters
Patrick Whyte ............. The Governor
Douglas Henderson ............. Gerald Ainsley
Tony Ballen ............. Stone
Ollie O'Toole ............. Town Crier

069 The Enchanted Gun (#9410)

Original Air Date: 11-17-66

Written by David Duncan, William L. Stuart, and Charles O'Neal, from a story by William L. Stuart
Directed by Bud Springsteen
Produced by George Sherman

After giving his rifle to Shawnee warrior, Red Sky, Daniel must prove that the weapon is not enchanted, nor is it more powerful than the law.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
William Tannen ............. Tolliver
Michael Ansara ............. Red Sky
Robert Wilke ............. Jake Manning
Ken Mayer ............. Flint
Tom Browne Henry ............. Noheemo
X Brands ............. Tall Deer
Bara Byrnes ............. Wahanee
Eddie Quillan ............. Higgens

070 Requiem for Craw Greene (#9413)

Original Air Date: 12-01-66

Written by Sid Harris and William Driskill, from a story by Sid Harris
Directed by George Sherman
Produced by George Sherman

Mingo's promise to a dying friend takes him to Logan's Fort, a place where Indians are not welcome. He disguises himself as a white trapper, and learns that by driving away or killing all the Indians, Roark Logan owns all the property in the area, with the exception of tract of land for which Mingo now holds the title.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Jeffrey Hunter ............. Roark Logan
Sabrina Scharf ............. Alkini Matthews
Malcolm Atterbury ............. Thaddeus Hill
John Crawford ............. Press Boker
Jon Alvar ............. Kanati Green
Bruno Ve Sota ............. Reuben
Pamelyn Ferdin ............. Little Girl
Frank Hagney ............. Settler

071 The Lost Colony (#9411)

Original Air Date: 12-08-66

Written by Ken Pettus and D. D. Beauchamp, from a story by Ken Pettus
Directed by Alex Nicol
Produced by George Sherman

Daniel and Mingo discover a century-old headstone in an area avoided by Indians and whites alike.  The mystery deepens with the appearance -- and disappearance -- of a ghostly young woman.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Joseph Hoover ............. Chad Oliver
Buck Taylor ............. Jonathan Warren
Kathryn Walsh ............. Elizabeth Corbett
Steve London ............. Barnabas Platt
John McLiam ............. Jedediah Corbett

072 River Passage (#9412)

Original Air Date: 12-15-66

Written by D. D. Beauchamp
Directed by William Witney
Produced by George Sherman

Daniel fights Indians and a scheming river rat to deliver gunpowder to Boonesborough.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
James McCallion ............. Hostler
Leif Erickson ............. Bill Sedley
Jim Davis ............. Carpenter
Robert Brubaker ............. Talbot
Howard Wright ............. Bartender
George Keymus ............. Leader
Richard Hale ............. Shawnee Chief
Tom McFadden ............. Sentry
Steve Raines ............. Horseman

073 When a King is a Pawn (#9414)

Original Air Date: 12-22-66

Written by David Duncan and Willard S. Davis, Jr., from a story by Willard S. Davis, Jr.
Directed by Lesley Selender
Produced by George Sherman

Daniel, with Israel's help, saves French Prince Charles from being returned to France and certain death.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Cesare Danova ............. Henri La Gaux
Hagen Smith ............. Paul
Lilyan Chauvan ............. Madame Simon
Morgan Mason ............. Charles
George Wallace ............. Philippe Gamet
Peter Tenen ............. Ormond
William Walker ............. Perrault
John Zaremba ............. Chaumet

074 The Symbol (#9415)

Original Air Date: 12-29-66

Written by W. J. Voorhees and David Duncan, from a story by W. J. Voorhees
Directed by R. G. Springsteen
Produced by George Sherman

Daniel and Mingo must recover the stolen Liberty Bell

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Ricardo Montalban ............. Count Alfonso De Borba
Jeff Morrow ............. Major Neville Hughes
Carole Cook ............. Annie Boyd
Laurence Haddon ............. Eli
David Peel ............. Dick
Jon Locke ............. Tate
Mike Ragan ............. Butcher

075 The Williamsburg Cannon [Part I] (#9416)

Original Air Date: 01-12-67

Written by D. D. Beauchamp and Raphael Hayes, from a story by Raphael Hayes
Directed by William Witney
Produced by George Sherman

In the first of a two-part story, Daniel and Mingo set out to recruit three fighting backwoodsmen to help an arrogant artillary officer drag a heavy cannon 1000 miles through enemy-infested wilderness.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Warren Stevens ............. Captain Robert George
Booth Colman ............. Governor Patrick Henry
Jack Lambert ............. Alexander McAfee
Byron Foulger ............. Thomas Goodleaf
Michael Blodgett ............. Sam Linn
Keith Andes ............. Ben Moore
Tony Epper ............. Tate
Leo V. Matranga ............. Tavern Landlord
Richard X. Slattery ............. Simon Foss
George Backman ............. Major Feguson
Dave Morick ............. Coach Driver

076 The Williamsburg Cannon [Part II] (#9416)

Original Air Date: 01-19-67

Written by D. D. Beauchamp and Raphael Hayes, from a story by Raphael Hayes
Directed by William Witney
Produced by George Sherman

The British set a trap for Daniel in the conclusion of this two-part story. Daniel and his small band, hauling a heavy cannon to the Continental forces on the Western frontier, have no choice but to force their way through redcoat lines.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Tony Epper ............. Tate
George Backman ............. Major Ferguson
Richard X. Slattery ............. Simon Foss
Michael Blodgett ............. Sam Linn
Dorothy Holland ............. Malilla
Keith Andes ............. Ben Moore
Jack Lambert ............. Alexander McAfee

077 The Wolf Man (#9418)

Original Air Date: 01-26-67

Written by William Driskill
Directed by Earl Bellamy
Produced by George Sherman

Boonesborough faces the issues of slavery. The decision rests upon the actions of Daniel, a cold-hearted councilman, and a frontiersman with a pet wolf.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
R. G. Armstrong ............. Jarvis
Kenneth Tobey ............. Taggart
Don Haggerty ............. Jed Cudahy
Otis Young ............. Adam
D'Urville Martin ............. Joseph
John McCann ............. Jim Smith
San Christopher ............. Mrs. Smith

078 The Jasper Ledbedder Story (#9419)

Original Air Date: 02-02-67

Written by Martha Wilkerson and Helen McAvity
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by George Sherman

An old man with a sad tale leads Daniel and Mingo on a dangerous chase into hostile Shawnee country. But cagey Jasper Ledbedder's story about the Indians' abducting his family conceals the real object of his search.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Sidney Blackmer ............. Jasper Ledbedder
William Tannen ............. Ben Clark
Abel Fernandez ............. Warrior
Kate Murtagh ............. Lucy Ledbedder
Corey Fischer ............. Freddie Ledbedder
Frank S. Hagney ............. Indian Chief

079 When I Became a Man, I Put Away Childish Things (#9420)

Original Air Date: 02-09-67

Written by Jack Guss, from a story by Joel Bernard
Directed by Earl Bellamy
Produced by George Sherman

A pet fawn helps teach Israel the meaning of growing up. When the deer destroys a neighbor's crop, the boy must face the painful prospect of seeing his pet destroyed.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Richard Sargent ............. Andrew Cooper
Mala Powers ............. Polly Cooper
Harold Goodwin ............. William Braddock

080 The Long Way Home (#9422)

Original Air Date: 02-16-67

Written by D. D. Beauchamp
Directed by Earl Bellamy
Produced by George Sherman

Daniel hunts an escaped Army prisoner who is wanted for murder. The fugitive is Daniel's old friend Birch Kendall, and he may start an Indian uprising: his knife was the weapon that killed an Indian chief.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
William Marshall ............. Birch Kendall
Joel Ashley ............. General Harmer
Robert Shaw ............. Orderly
Brett Pearson ............. Seymour Coot
Richard Webb ............. Murdock
Lawrence Montaigne ............. Hayes Fuller
John DeMave ............. Tad Parsons

081 The Young Ones (#9421)

Original Air Date: 02-23-67

Written by D. D. Beauchamp and Sid Harris, from a story by Sid Harris
Directed by Gerd Oswald
Produced by George Sherman

Three young survivors of an Indian massacre brew up a storm for Daniel. The orphans tell the members of a wagon train that Daniel is their father -- and that he's planning to desert them.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Kurt Russell ............. Jed
Claire Wilcox ............. Martha
Frankie Kabott ............. Little Tom
Bob Anderson ............. Sam Ogilvie
Jeanne Cooper ............. Addie Ogilvie
Robert Foulk ............. Otis
Chuck Roberson ............. Lige Henry

082 Delo Jones (#9423)

Original Air Date: 03-02-67

Written by Clyde Ware
Directed by Bud Springsteen
Produced by George Sherman

In his TV dramatic debut, country music star Jimmy Dean plays Delo Jones, a woodsman who is fleeing from a murder charge. Delo asks for Daniel's help, certain that the pursuing officer is the real killer.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Jimmy Dean ............. Delo Jones
Lyle Bettger ............. Lehman Henderson
Eddie Little Sky ............. Naytuk
William Tannen ............. Calvin Moss
John Orchard ............. British Sergeant

083 The Necklace (#9424)

Original Air Date: 03-09-67

Written by David Duncan
Directed by Earl Bellamy
Produced by George Sherman

Daniel begins a journey to New Orleans, carrying a pearl necklace that will exonerate a wrongly convicted man. His trip is imperiled by three woodsmen who are determined to steal the jewelry.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Philip Carey ............. Gordon Lang
Laurie Main ............. Stinch
James J. Griffith ............. Coll
Steve Brodie ............. Darby
Tom Troupe ............. Becquerel
Valentin de Vargas ............. Rio
Omer Hayyam ............. Fremont
Kelly Thordsen ............. Pa Grimes

084 Fort West Point (#9425)

Original Air Date: 03-23-67

Written by D. D. Beauchamp, from a story by Terence Kinglsey-Smith
Directed by Gerd Oswald
Produced by George Sherman

General Hugh Scott, commander of Fort West Point, plans to turn over his vital post to the British -- but the traitor neglects to consider Daniel's suspicious nature.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Kent Smith ............. General Hugh Scott
Bill Fletcher ............. Major John Andre
Robert Miller Driscoll ............. Robey
Hampton Fancher ............. Tad Arien
Alan Caillou ............. British Captain
Raymond Guth ............. Tatum
Richard Tretter ............. Noble
Dave Morick ............. Slade
James Gosa ............. Purvis
Kelton Garwood ............. Oliver

085 Bitter Mission (#9426)

Original Air Date: 03-30-67

Written by James Byrnes
Directed by Bud Springsteen
Produced by George Sherman

To prevent war, a badly wounded Daniel begins a long trek with a dangerous traitor as his prisoner. The man is a retired general who is pitting Virginia against Kentucky in the hopes of getting Boonesborough for himself.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
William Tannen ............. Calvin Moss
Simon Oakland ............. General James Wilkerson
Morgan Jones ............. Keller
Richard Morrison ............. Governor's Aide
Cesar Romero ............. Colonel Carlos Navarro
Barry Kroeger ............. Governor of Virginia

086 Take the Southbound Stage (#9427)

Original Air Date: 04-06-67

Written by D. D. Beauchamp, from a story by Terence Kingsley-Smith
Directed by Gerd Oswald
Produced by George Sherman

With Rebecca in pursuit, Daniel undertakes a dangerous secret mission: delivering ransom money for kidnapped President Adams.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Torin Thatcher ............. President John Adams
Mabel Albertson ............. Mrs. Abigail Adams
Arnold Moss ............. Anthony Bedloe
Sarah Marshall ............. Nancy Bedloe
Henry Darrow ............. Gideon
Robert Donner ............. Pike
Alan Carney ............. Stage Coach Driver
Paul Brinegar ............. Gurney
Karl Bruck ............. Hotel Clerk
Hand Worden ............. Hansom Cab Driver

087 The Fallow Land (#9428)

Original Air Date: 04-13-67

Written by D. D. Beauchamp, from a story by William Driskill
Directed by William Witney
Produced by George Sherman

Daniel sets out to stop an Indian war instigated by three trappers poaching on Cherokee land.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
John Ireland ............. Hiram Manville
Ralph Maurer ............. Anderson
John Lodge ............. Harris
Stevan Darrell ............. Nefromo
Michael Forest ............. Canuda
Adrian Booth ............. Sarah Manville
William Tannen ............. Calvin Moss
Morgan Jones ............. Keller

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