Daniel Boone: Season 4

(1967-1968)

Daniel (Fess Parker); Gideon (Don Pedro Colley)



088 The Ballad of Sidewinder and Cherokee (#1409)

Original Air Date: 09-14-67

Written by Melvin Levy
Directed by Gerd Oswald
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Daniel and Mingo pit one river pirate against another in order to recover the furs which were stolen from them. Ed Ames (Mingo) sings an original ballad.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Forrest Tucker ............. Joe Snag
Victor Buono ............. Milo Quaife
Richard Hoyt ............. Davy Rock
Victor French ............. Blue Belly Sangster
Vito Scotti ............. Priest




089 The Ordeal of Israel Boone (#1401)

Original Air Date: 09-21-67

Written by Paul Playdon
Directed by James B. Clark
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Wild animals and hostile Indians plague Israel as he desperately seeks help for Daniel, who has been bitten by a rattler.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Jim Davis ............. Sam Ralston
Teddy Eccles ............. First Boy
Rory O'Brien ............. Second Boy
Billy Corcoran ............. Third Boy




090 The Renegade (#1408)

Original Air Date: 09-28-67

Written by Merwin Gerard, Melvin Levy, and Rick Husky, from a story by Rick Husky
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Daniel and Mingo shield a couple and their adopted son from the boy's father, a renegade who is determined to reclaim the child.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Ric Natoli ............. Little Bear
Gregory Walcott ............. Tom Jimson
Phyllis Avery ............. Martha Jimson
John Lormer ............. Eli
Mark Richman ............. Hawk




091 Tanner (#1403)

Original Air Date: 10-06-67

Written by Raphael Hayes
Directed by John Newland
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

An act of friendship leads to a night of terror for Israel, who is seized by a frightened outcast he has befriended.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Neville Brand ............. Tanner
James Dobson ............. Jenkins
James Anderson ............. Watkins
John Alderson ............. Macintosh
John Pickard ............. Beckitt




092 "Beaumarchais" (#1405)

Original Air Date: 10-12-67

Written by Richard Collins and Merwin Gerard, from a story by Terence Kingsley-Smith
Directed by Arthur Nadel
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Shakespearean actor Maurice Evans appears as a French novelist who poses as the head of a traveling troupe to smuggle gold through British lines.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Maurice Evans ............. Beaumarchais
Robert Wolders ............. Almaviva
Hugh "Slim" Langtry ............. Bartollo
Ivory Barry ............. British Commandant
Leland Murray ............. Figaro
Louise Sorel ............. Susanna




093 "The King's Shilling" (#1412)

Original Air Date: 10-19-67

Written by Joel Oliansky
Directed by Ida Lupino
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

As unrest boils in the Colonies, Daniel moves to prevent two executions that could trigger open warfare.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Barbara Hershey ............. Dinah Hubbard
Robie Porter ............. Tom Chapin
Jeff Pomerantz ............. David Hubbard
Mort Mills ............. Andrew Hubbard
Peter Bromilow ............. Colonel Holland
John Orchard ............. British Sergeant
Barbara Bell Wright ............. Mrs. Hubbard




094 "The Inheritance" (#1402)

Original Air Date: 10-26-67

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

A forbidding old mansion holds unpleasant surprises for Rebecca, who has inherited the supposedly haunted house.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Peter Crowcroft ............. MacGregor
Edwin Mills ............. Ostler
Royal Dano ............. John Maddox
Hank Patterson ............. Gray
Harold Goodwin ............. Evans




095 "The Traitor" (#1410)

{Note: This is the first of two different episodes with the same title.
The second is episode #145, production #5004}

Original Air Date: 11-02-67

Written by Jack Sowards
Directed by Bill Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

To escape execution as a traitor, Daniel volunteers to save a British colonel's daughter from her Shawnee captors. The task entails teaching the art of Indian fighting to the tradition-bound Redcoats.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patrick O'Moore ............. Colonel Cartwright
Lyn Peters ............. Julia Cartwright
Joe Jenckes ............. Lieutenant Gerald Drake
Warren Munson ............. Corporal Tompkins
Rex Holman ............. Penango
Charles Bail ............. Sinooc
Kelly Thordsen ............. Sergeant Reynolds




096 "The Value of a King" (#1406)

Original Air Date: 11-09-67

Written by Judith and Robert Guy Barrows
Directed by John Newland
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Daniel battles distrust, a determined slaver and marauding Indians to secure freedom for a band of runaway slaves who are holding Israel hostage.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
James Gregory ............. Captain Asa Webb
Ken Gampu ............. Kamba
Dort Clark ............. Meecham




097 "The Desperate Raid" (#1413)

Original Air Date: 11-16-67

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

Daniel and an inexperienced Army lieutenant hire escaped convicts and wharf rats to help deliver supplies to a besieged fort.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Lester Matthews ............. Major
Hampton Fancher ............. Lieutenant Noland
William Beckley ............. Aide
Charles McCaulay ............. Colonel Gates
Jack Lambert ............. Stronk
William Mims ............. Malloy
Jacques Bergerac ............. LeGrande
Ted Gehring ............. Toby




098 "The Spanish Horse" (#1404)

Original Air Date: 11-23-67

Written by Tom Blackburn and D. D. Beauchamp, from a story by D. D. Beauchamp
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Daniel lends a helping hand to Cal Trevor, whose dying father left him with a lamed thoroughbred.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Henry Jones ............. Landers
Michael Burns ............. Cal Trevor
Jimmy Murphy ............. Whipper
Robert Emhardt ............. Squire Breen
Russ McCubbin ............. Slade
Bill Williams ............. Caleb Trevor




099 "Chief Mingo" (#1407)

Original Air Date: 12-07-67

Written by James Byrnes
Directed by Gerd Oswald
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Daniel and Mingo clash over whether the alleged murderer of a Cherokee chief should be tried by Indians or white men.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
John Larch ............. Sam Hawken
Hal Jon Norman ............. Chief White Cloud
Michael Forest ............. Long Feather
Nick Thompson ............. Elder
William Tannen ............. Trapper #2




100 "The Secret Code" (#1416)

Original Air Date: 12-14-67

Written by Joel Oliansky
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Daniel is ordered to rescue the Continental Army's top code expert -- or kill him before the Redcoats' Indian allies can make him talk.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Edward Mulhare ............. Colonel Burton
David Opatoshu ............. Philip Cobb
Lloyd Bochner ............. Maksoana
Jock Mahoney ............. O'Connor
Roy Dean ............. Captain Clements
Richard Webb ............. Captain Riley
John Maurer ............. Raymond Cobb
Jack Bannon ............. British Guard #1




101 "A Matter of Blood" (#1411)

Original Air Date: 12-28-67

Written by Judith and Robert Guy Barrows
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

An Indian princess reared by whites faces a major challenge as she tries to prove herself worthy to become queen of the Delaware.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
William Smith ............. Catoga
Adrienne Hayes ............. Lawana
Walter Coy ............. Tribal Elder
Harry Bellaver ............. Teduskan
Madame Spivy ............. Tatama
Chester Jones ............. Servant
Harry Harvey, Sr. ............. Justice of the Peace
Lesley Woods ............. Elizabeth Creighton
Berry Kroeger ............. William Creighton
Ben Andrews ............. Farley Creighton
Charles Horvath ............. Brave #1
Del West ............. Brave #2




102 "The Scrimshaw Ivory Chart" (#1417)

Original Air Date: 01-04-68

Written by Melvin Levy, from a story by Melvin and Thomas P. Levy
Directed by George Marshall
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Jim Backus portrays Scatway, an amiable pirate who involves the Boones in a dangerous quest for buried treasure.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Jim Backus ............. Will Scataway
Percy Helton ............. Jud
Ted Cassidy ............. Gentle Sam
James Westerfield ............. Hand
Sid Haig ............. Typhoon




103 "The Impostor" (#1420)

Original Air Date: 01-18-68

Written by Merwin Gerard
Directed by Bill Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

A backwoodsman (Jimmy Dean) poses as a British major's orderly to prevent the Redcoats from gaining access to a new rapid-firing rifle.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Lloyd Bochner ............. Colonel Chalmers
Roy Dean ............. British Corporal
Bryan Grant ............. Captain Halstead
John Livingston ............. Redcoat #1
Harold Gould ............. Major Richardson
Christian Hansen ............. British Sentry
Jimmy Dean ............. Jeremiah




104 "The Witnesses" (#1418)

Original Air Date: 01-25-68

Written by Rick Husky
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

A frightened Israel is in a terrible quandary: no one believes that he and his two friends witnessed a killing -- except the killer.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
John Carradine ............. Zack Pike
Virginia Gregg ............. Nettie Pike
Harry Basch ............. The Stranger
Art Stewart ............. Walter Brown
Marinda French ............. Sarah Brown
Valerie Reynolds ............. Mrs. Farmington
Richard Garland ............. Mr. Farmington
Sheldon Collins ............. Stinky
Jon Walmsley ............. Pudge




105 "The Flaming Rocks" (#1421)

Original Air Date: 02-01-68

Written by Lee Karson and David Duncan
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Daniel, Mingo, and Jeremiah intercede to prevent Indian reprisals when a hardheaded Welsh immigrant seizes Tuscarora land for coal mining.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Jimmy Dean ............. Jeremiah
R.G. Armstrong ............. Joseph Garth
Dorothy Green ............. Evelyn Garth
Michael Witney ............. Orville
Lee Jay Lambert ............. John
Chuck Bail ............. Stephen
Blaisdell Makee ............. Eagle Feather
Abel Fernandez ............. Bear Paw
Jon Lormer ............. Yellow Knife
Corinna Tsopei ............. Yellow Knife's Daughter




106 "Then Who Will They Hang from the Yardarm If Willy Gets Away?" (#1419)

Original Air Date: 02-08-68

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

George Perkins, a wily old salt looking for a meal ticket, blackmails a young sailor being sought as a mutineer.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Martin Horsey ............. Willy Crawford
Wilfrid Hyde-White ............. George Perkins
Jack Bannon ............. Lieutenant Parker
Alan Caillou ............. Sergeant McIntosh
Jon Locke ............. Corporal Harrison
David Peel ............. Corporal Barton
Joel Smith ............. Mr. Overstreet
Marinda French ............. Mrs. Overstreet
Eddie Quillan ............. Mr. Stokey




107 "The Spanish Fort" (#1414)

Original Air Date: 02-15-68

Written by Raphael Hayes
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

An informer plagues Daniel as he goes undercover on a dangerous mission to sabotage a Spanish fort being built on American soil.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Richard Angarola ............. Captain Miro
Henry Brandt ............. Zeb Brand
Gary Conway ............. Billy Carver
Ken Swafford ............. Mick O'Toole
Theo Marcuse ............. Hugo Dopfer
Nate Esformes ............. Sergeant
Mike Farrell ............. American Officer #1
Zack Banks ............. Spanish Guard #1
Steve Mitchell ............. Spanish Guard #2
R. L. "Tex" Armstrong ............. American Prisoner #1
Frosty Younger ............. American Prisoner #2
Neal Chastain ............. American Prisoner #3
Chick Casey ............. American Prisoner #4




108 "Hero's Welcome" (#1423)

Original Air Date: 02-22-68

Written by Joel Oliansky, from a story by Erich Faust
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Daniel and Mingo help a friend prove that he's not the coward his friends and family believe him to be.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Charles Drake ............. Simon Jarvis
Sarah Marshall ............. Elizabeth
Ronnie Masterfield ............. Jeremy
Bob Wilke ............. Fryman
Roy Jenson ............. Luke
Jean Innes ............. Mrs. Hicks




109 "Orlando, the Prophet" (#1422)

Original Air Date: 02-29-68

Written by Melvin Levy, from a story by Patricia Bouchard
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Mingo and Israel help a young Gypsy bondservant to win his freedom from his master, a medicine showman.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Hans Conried ............. Orlando
Anthony Alda ............. Rudi
Harold Goodwin ............. Loomis
Joseph Perry ............. Gardner
Med Flory ............. Joker




110 "The Far Side of Fury" (#1424)

Original Air Date: 03-07-68

Written by Judith Barrows
Directed by William Wiard
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

When Gideon's son, Little Dan'l, is kidnapped by Indians while in Daniel's care, and when his tracks lead to the edge of a waterfall, Gideon becomes mad with grief and decides to punish Daniel by killing Israel.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Don Pedro Colley ............. Gideon
Ezekial Williams ............. Little Dan'l
Med Flory ............. Dobbs
John Cardos ............. Brave #1




111 "Nightmare" (#1415)

Original Air Date: 03-14-68

Written by Paul Playdon
Directed by George Marshall
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Movie pioneer George Marshall directed this tale of Daniel and Israel's efforts to elude bloodthirsty Shawnee.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Hans Wedemeyer ............. Maugwa
Charles Picerni ............. Oonoleh
Fred Carson ............. Menewa
Vincent St. Cyr ............. Tomachi
Ken Endoso ............. Tuscola
Ramon Martinez ............. Emubby
Frank Orsatti ............. Emathala




112 "Thirty Pieces of Silver" (#1425)

Original Air Date: 03-28-68

Written by D. D. Beauchamp and James Byrnes, from a story by Richard Collins
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Daniel and Mingo's secret mission to deliver guns to the settlement is compromised by another man's plans to buy the freedom of his bonded sister by acting as an informant to renegades who are after the guns.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Andrew Prine ............. Amos Fargo
Herbert Anderson ............. Wyman
Virginia Christine ............. Martha
Ted White ............. Captain Harper
Rory Donahue ............. Sergeant
Harry Lauter ............. Corbin
Warren Kemmerling ............. Decker
Susan Albert ............. Susan




113 "Faith's Way" (#1426)

Original Air Date: 04-04-68

Written by Martha Wilkerson
Directed by Joel Oliansky
Produced by Barney Rosenzweig

Julie Harris plays a schoolteacher blessed -- and cursed -- with a strange ability to communicate with animals. She faces death from Indians who believe she is a witch, responsible for the forays of a killer panther.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Julie Harris ............. Faith
Jeff Morrow ............. Jody Brown
Claude Woolman ............. Tahchee
Lou Frizzell ............. Henry Carter
George Keymas ............. Medicine Man
Carroll Kemp ............. Chief Emathla




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