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

Season 6 (1969-70)

Gabe (Rosey Grier); Daniel (Fess Parker); Josh (Jimmy Dean)

 

140 "A Very Small Rifle" (#5006)

Original Air Date:

Written by Melvin Levy and Thomas P. Levy
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

While planting apple seeds around Boonesborough, Jonny Appleseed acts as peacemaker between the settlers and the Cherokee after a young Cherokee is accidentally shot by a young settler.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Roger Miller ............. Jonny Appleseed
Eddie Little Sky ............. Eagle
Johnny Jensen ............. Sandy
Armando Silvestre ............. Gabriel
Kevin Hagen ............. Bart Wallace
Warren Vanders ............. Ben
Mark Miranda ............. Wa-Thoa
William Smith ............. Amos Martin
Anne Seymour ............. Corn Woman
Brian Nash ............. Lige




141 "The Road to Freedom" (#5001)

Original Air Date:

Written by Frank Moss and Virginia Brooks
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Israel helps a slave and his son escape from their owners, eventually winning their freedom.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Floyd Patterson ............. George Hill
George Spell ............. Jimmy Hill
Warren Vanders ............. Ben
Jim Davis ............. Rafe Carson
Roy Jenson ............. Crane Hawkins
John Milford ............. Jud Baker




142 "Benvenuto...Who?" (#5003)

Original Air Date:

Written by Walter Black
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Daniel and Josh become involved with a beautiful French woman who has hidden a stolen diamond inside Josh's guitar to keep her partners-in-crime from finding it.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Jimmy Dean ............. Josh Clements
Marj Dusay ............. Eugenie
Leon Askin ............. Roquelin
Richard Kiel ............. Le Mouche
Walter Burke ............. Hamel
Aram Katcher ............. Thibaud




143 "The Man" (#5013)

Original Air Date:

Written by Jack Guss
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Daniel must disable a British cannon which threatens an American detachment which will be coming up river. He enlists the help of Gabe Cooper, a former slave and now the Tuscaroran Chief Canawahchaquaoo, who reluctantly agrees to help.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Rosey Grier ............. Gabe Cooper
George Backman ............. Addison
Gene Evans ............. Stark
Kevin O'Neal ............. Webster
Ray Harden ............. British Sergeant




144 "The Printing Press" (#5005)

Original Air Date:

Written by Lionel E. Siegel
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Daniel and Israel are in Philadelphia to trade for much-needed supplies, but the British have decreed that supplies can only be bought with currency. While Daniel makes plans to steal the supplies, his friend Benjamin Franklin makes counterfeit pound notes, and Israel questions their use of such unethical and illegal methods.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Fredd Wayne ............. Benjamin Franklin
Peter Bromilow ............. Captain Thurlow
Kilmethe Laurie ............. Sally
Woodrow Parfrey ............. Quartermaster Owens
Alan Caillou ............. Sergeant Ridley
Jack Bannon ............. Corporal Smythe
James Wainwright ............. Cully
Daniel Nichols ............. Walt
Lindy Davis ............. Zeke
Edward J. Kelly ............. Dragoon Guard
Wadsworth Taylor ............. Dragoon Tillson


145 "The Traitor" (#5004)

Note: This is the second of two different episodes with the same title. The first is episode #095, production #1410

Original Air Date: 10-30-69

Written by David Duncan
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Daniel must guide the wife of the British commander of Ft. Detroit to a rendezvous with her husband, who says he plans to surrender the fort to the Continental Army.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Jill Ireland ............. Angela
Ed Flanders ............. Lackland
Richard Devon ............. Many Lives
John Orchard ............. Perkins
Robert Cornthwaite ............. Carleton
Walter Scott ............. British Soldier
Ivor Barry ............. Hamilton
Ed Long ............. Grayson
James Wainwright ............. Cully



146 "The Grand Alliance" (#5010)

Original Air Date: 11-13-69

Written by Judith Barrows
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Josh and Gabe help a Spanish pirate, who holds a grudge against the Spanish government, foil a planned invasion of United States territory by Spain.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Rosey Grier ............. Gabe
Jimmy Dean ............. Josh Clements
Armando Silvestre ............. Captain Torres
Carlos Rivas ............. Sgt. Ortega
Hugo Fargo ............. Lieutenant
Joel Fluellen ............. Joselito
Cesar Romero ............. Admiral Alejandro Buenaventura
Abel Fernandez ............. Sentry
Tom Hernandez ............. Surgeon



147 "Target Boone" (#5007)

Original Air Date:

Written by N. Bernard Fox and D.D. Beauchamp, from a story by N. Bernard Fox
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Daniel is being hunted by Adam Jarrett and his sons who are seeking vengeance for the death of Adam's wife in a river boat accident which involved a boat on which Daniel was a passenger.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Will Geer ............. Adam
Kurt Russell ............. Nathan
Ron Soble ............. Robert
Jack Garner ............. Storekeeper
Ian Wolfe ............. Judge
Richard Webb ............. Bryant
Lee Jay Lambert ............. Gordon
Phil Donati ............. Foreman



148 "A Bearskin for Jamie Blue" (#5009)

Original Air Date: 11-27-69

Written by Frank Chase
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Jamie Blue, a young endentured servant who was born in prison and hardened by a lifetime of poverty, is befriended by the Boones, who try to show him that there are people in the world who are worthy of his trust.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Rosey Grier ............. Gabe Cooper
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Christopher Connelly ............. Jamie Blue
Charles Dierkop ............. Dokker
Joanna Cameron ............. Kellie
Don Nichols ............. Walt
Randy Eccles ............. Dink
James Gosa ............. Edwards
Bernard Fox ............. Carruthers



149 "The Cache" (#5002)

Original Air Date:

Written by Irve Tunick
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Josh is accused of poaching and murder when a trapper is found knifed near Josh's camp.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Jimmy Dean ............. Josh Clements
James Doohan ............. Macfarland
Alex Carras ............. Williams
Vaughan Taylor ............. Judge Qualey
John Kellogg ............. Swanson
Robert Sorrells ............. Hogan
James Gavin ............. Carey
Richard Peabody ............. Dawson
Luana Patten ............. Lucy
Ted White ............. Middleton



150 "The Terrible Tarbots" (#5008)

Original Air Date: 12-11-69

Written by Harold Medford
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

When Solomon, Shadrach, and Meshach Tarbot steal the chest of Army gold that Daniel and Gabe are transporting, they also take Israel as hostage.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Rosey Grier ............. Gabe Cooper
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Strother Martin ............. Tarbot
Anthony Costello ............. Shadrach
Zalman King ............. Meshach
James Wainwright ............. Cully
William Traylor ............. Tom Stoneman



151 "Hannah Comes Home" (#5011)

Original Air Date: 12-25-69

Written by Harry Basch
Directed by Fess Parker
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Hannah, a white woman captured by Indians in a raid 15 years before, returns to her husband in Boonesborough. Their reunion is complicated by the presence of Hannah's half-Indian son, who wants no part of the white man's world.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Mary Fickett ............. Hannah
Ford Rainey ............. Jonas
Teddy Eccles ............. Jason
William O'Connell ............. Pickering
William Smith ............. Amos
Ted De Corsia ............. Chief Ankara
Ted White ............. Aweetok



152 "An Angel Cried" (#5014)

Original Air Date:

Written by Martha Wilkerson
Directed by Fess Parker
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Josh and Sister Cecilia, a Catholic nun who is the only survivor of an Indian massacre, work together to stay alive in hostile Indian territory.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Jimmy Dean ............. Josh Clements
Mariette Hartley ............. Sister Cecilia
Carlos Rivas ............. Tall Fire



153 "Perilous Passage" (#5017)

Original Air Date:

Written by Lee Karson
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Daniel and Gabe's journey homeward from behind British lines is made even more dangerous when it becomes obvious to them that someone has been informing the British of their route, including the location of formerly secure rest stops.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Rosey Grier ............. Gabe Cooper
John Davidson ............. Sam Weaver
Liam Sullivan ............. Colonel Trevelyan
Gloria Grahame ............. Molly
James Doohan ............. Fletcher
Alan Caillou ............. Sergeant Pickens
Ted Gehring ............. Pettigrew
Henry Oliver ............. Dunfee
John Orchard ............. British Corporal
Walter Maslow ............. Tory Corporal
Claude Johnson ............. Tory Ranger
Richard Peel ............. British Sergeant
Ralph Montgomery ............. Ruskin
Ron Heller ............. Tory Private
Dick Butler ............. British Corporal #2



154 "The Sunshine Patriots" (#5019)

Original Air Date: 01-22-70

Written by Jack Guss and Ricky Husky, from a story by Jack Guss and Merwin Gerard
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Gabe and Josh blunder their way to success in a mission given to them by General Washington.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Rosey Grier ............. Gabe Cooper
Jimmy Dean ............. Josh Clements
Gail Kobe ............. Letitia
Ian Ireland ............. Colonel Percy
Laurie Main ............. Sir Samuel Peacham
Isabel Sanford ............. Maybelle
Raoul Franck ............. Rochambeau
Jack Bannon ............. Lieutenant Poole
Michael Keep ............. Magwa
Dick Winslow ............. Sir Samuel Tawney
Nels Nelson ............. General Partridge
Harold Ayer ............. Butler



155 "Mama Cooper" (#5022)

Original Air Date: 02-05-70

Written by Lionel E. Seigel
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

After being separated from his mother since his childhood, Gabe finds evidence that she still lives. He vows to find her and buy her freedom.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Rosey Grier ............. Gabe Cooper
Ethel Waters ............. Rachel
Tyler McVey ............. Preacher Potter
Jean Howell ............. Norma Del Carruther
Michael James-Wixted ............. Emmanuel
Sidney Clute ............. Otto Schmidt
Sue Hirdler ............. Mrs. Schmidt
Timothy Carey ............. Wibberly
Louise Arthur ............. Mrs. Pritchard
Roy Engel ............. Dr. Ramsey
William Conklin ............. Mecom
Sam Laws ............. Cuffee
Jordan Rhodes ............. Teddy



156 "Before the Tall Man" (#5015)

Original Air Date: 02-12-70

Written by Albert Beich and William Wright
Directed by George Marshall
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Hot tempered Tom Lincoln, wants nothing to do with Nancy Hanks, who has had dreams that she will marry him and give him a son who is destined to be a great leader.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Marianna Hill ............. Nancy Hanks
Burr DeBenning ............. Tom Lincoln
Harlen Warde ............. Nicholas Burns
Tony Gange ............. Denton
Tim Weldon ............. Foxy



157 "Run for the Money" (#5016)

Original Air Date:

Written by Walter Black
Directed by Chris Nyby
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

It's time for the annual footrace between the settlers and the Indians, and Cincinnatus believes he has a sure winner in the fleet-footed slave, Lucas Hunter, until he learns that Lucas' brother, Linus, will be running for the Indians.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Jack Albertson ............. Sweet
Peter Mamakos ............. Indian Chief
Ji-Tu Cumbuka ............. Linus Hunter
Ted Gehring ............. Brooking
Dino Washington ............. Lucas Hunter
Henry Kingi ............. Straight Arrow
James Minotto ............. Walt
James Wainwright ............. Cully
Dorothy Konrad ............. Mrs. Putnam
Bob Adler ............. Abram
William Walker ............. Ephraim
Robert Kline ............. Jolly



158 "A Matter of Vengeance" (#5018)

Original Air Date: 03-24-70

Written by Irve Tunick from a story by Al Ramus and John Shaner
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Mason's need for vengeance against the man whom he believes killed his parents leads to trouble when he is convinced that a visitor to Boonesborough is the killer.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Rosey Grier ............. Gabe Cooper
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Linda Marsh ............. Amy
David McLean ............. Smith
James McMullan ............. Mason Pruitt
Ramon Bieri ............. Hanker
Bob Anderson ............. Wilson
Pete Logan ............. William



159 "The Landlords" (#5012)

Original Air Date:

Written by Melvin Levy
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Ess and Bingen mistake someone else's cache of furs for their own, and then are swindled by a man who claims ownership of Boonesborough and sells them the deed.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Lloyd Bochner ............. Churchill James
Victor French ............. Ess
Med Flory ............. Bingen
Robert Cornthwaite ............. Sir Ives
James Wainwright ............. Cully
Natalie Core ............. Grace Cowles
William Plaugher ............. Carl Cowles
Pete Logan ............. Hart
Robert Adler .............  
Tom Drury ............. Settler
William Walker .............  
William Smith ............. Amos
Walter Reese ............. Proprieter



160 "Readin', Ritin', and Revolt" (#5024)

Original Air Date: 03-12-70

Written by Lee Karson
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

The children of Boonesborough want Schoolmaster Pickering to teach them about Indian culture, an idea that is opposed by Pickering and the childrens' parents.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Rosey Grier ............. Gabe Cooper
Tony Davis ............. Little Hawk
William O'Connell ............. Pickering
Arthur Batanides ............. Chief Tekwatana
Billy Corcoran ............. Joe Higbee
Rory O'Brian ............. Jonathan
Johnnie Daniels ............. Baxter
Walter Maslow ............. Mr. Higbee
William Walker ............. Mr. Horner
Toni Gilman ............. Mrs. Gray
James De Closs ............. Mr. Gates
Maureen Crow ............. Mrs. Jones
Ceil Cabot ............. Mrs. Williams
Stafford Morgan ............. Mr. Talbot



161 "Noblesse Oblige" (#5023)

Original Air Date: 03-26-70

Written by David Duncan
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

The exiled Prince of France, weary of being treated to a royal reception wherever he goes, convinces his chef to trade places with him during their visit to Boonesborough.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Rosey Grier ............. Gabe Cooper
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Philip Proctor ............. Bernard
Virginia Christine ............. Mrs. Brewster
Murray MacLeod ............. Edgar
David Watson ............. Prince Louis
Elizabeth Bauer ............. Virginia Brewster
Eddie Quillan ............. Proprietor
Jane Dulo ............. Mrs. Pepper
Victoria Vetri ............. Susan Pepper
Sonny Klein ............. Drunk
Ted White ............. Stagecoach Driver
Tim Levy ............. Companion of Driver
Barbara E. Fuller .............  
Jeanne Adams ............. Young Lady



162 "The Homecoming" (#5021)

Original Air Date: 04-09-70

Written by Melvin Levy
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

An old man, finding that he is the last of the Piqua tribe that once lived in the area that is now Boonesborough, plots to avenge the deaths of his people by destroying the white settlers.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
David Opatashu ............. Tamenund
Sidney Clute ............. Pasco
Bart Burns ............. Boron
Bob Anderson ............. Amos
William Plaugher ............. Oxy James



163 "Bringing Up Josh" (#5026)

Original Air Date: 04-16-70

Written by Jack Guss
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Josh becomes foster father to two orphaned children. The Widow Spoon, who has set her cap for Josh, insists that he cannot raise little Rachel and Billy properly without a wife.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Rosey Grier ............. Gabe Cooper
Jimmy Dean ............. Josh Clements
Jodie Foster ............. Rachel
Ty Wilson ............. Billy
Lori Saunders ............. Mary
Michael Henry ............. Creole Jim
Foster Brooks ............. Stranger
Loretta Leversee ............. Abigail
Stafford Morgan ............. Seth
Larry Shriver ............. Friend
Neal Nixon ............. Clem
Kathleen Crow ............. First Woman
Keith Brock ............. Hoag
Barney Rosenzweig ............. Trapper



164 "How to Become a Goddess" (#5020)

Original Air Date:

Written by Melvin Levy and Dan Bullock, from a story by James Byrnes and Melvin Levy
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Rebecca, with unwelcome assistance from Ess and Bingen, is mistaken for a red-haired goddess by the Onondaga.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Paul Mantee ............. Atawa
Ruth Warrick ............. Wise Woman
Victor French ............. Ess
Med Flory ............. Bingen
Walter Coy ............. Chief Blackfish
Anakorita ............. Dawn
Frank Orsatti ............. Tupi
Henry Calia ............. Israbi



165 "Israel and Love" (#5025)

Original Air Date: 05-07-70

Written by Melvin Levy
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Israel falls in love with the Brae, the daughter of a woodcarver who has lost his inspiration to carve and who has turned to drinking to drown his sorrows.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Tim O'Connor ............. Secord
Robin Mattson ............. Brae
Len Wayland ............. Simon
Sidney Clute ............. Pasco
Norman Leavitt ............. Starkie
Cameron Clarke ............. Pasco, Jr.



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