"Welcome to the McCain Ranch"
Episode 143 & 144
part 1 & 2 continued - credits & piddlin' stuff.....
First let's start
out with the writer of this episode.....Robert
Culp. Beside being an
actor, he has wrote and directed many of things.
piddlin' stuff.....Robert Culp appeared in two episodes of "The
Rifleman." 'The Hero' as Colly Vane. He played the town hero until
the town folks found out the outlaw was shot in the back and 'The
Man from Salinas' as Dave Foley, the bounty hunter who claimed to be
Rudy Gray's brother so he could get the $2,000 bounty on Gray.
Remember him in "Trackdown," "I Spy" and "The Greatest American
Hero." He also played Warren, Debra's father on "Everybody Loves
Johnny Crawford appeared with Robert Culp in "Trackdown"—twice,
really good episodes.
He would have replaced Larry Hagman as J. R. in "Dallas" if Hagman
decided not to return to the series because of contract
Robert Culp was a close friend of Sam Peckinpah.
Vito Scotti appeared in four
episodes ― 'Waste' 1 & 2 as Alphonso, he was the leader of
the bandits ― 'The Sixteenth Cousin' as Soto the honorable
servant of Hikaru Yamanaka.....Imperial Lord.....fifth warrior of
the Samurai.....sixteenth cousin in the family of his Imperial
Highness..... Emperor Japan) ― 'Which Way'd They Go?' as Marcello Chabini the owner of the
bank in Paradise.
Enid Jaynes appeared in six episodes
of "The Rifleman" ―'Panic' as Amy Barker, she was the
lady who had the fever ―
'The Wyoming Story' -
part 1 & 2 as Aggie, the woman who wanted Lucas to
take her with him when he returned to North Fork. She and Dabbs
Greer played in two of "The Rifleman" episodes
'The Wyoming Story'.
'Quiet Fear' as Abbey Striker, the woman who was
deaf — 'Waste' - part 1 & 2, she was the pregnant
woman, the one who slapped Lucas's face at the end of the
She did not have one speaking line in 'Waste' or in
Perils of a
Alex Montoya appeared as Ear Digger,
he was the one
Lucas hit over the head with the shovel.
Pepe Hern appeared in three episodes
― 'Waste' 1 & 2 as Sleeper, one of Alphonso's men ― 'Vaqueros'
as Abuelito Lazaro, he's the one that was given Lucas' shirt and
the one who took Mark on ahead.
Tony Rosa played Horse Teeth Looker, he was the one playing cards with
Sara Taft appeared in three episodes ―
'Dead Cold Cash' as Sara Caruthers, she was the bitter old
woman who wanted Lucas killed within one week of her death ― 'Waste'
1 & 2 as the old woman.
How about this statement? Never been in this fix before.....
"You can't do it alone! And even if you do send me off, I'll come
right back and jump one of them with a rock. I swear I will!" "You
never talked to me like that before son." Mark replied....."I've
never had to. We've never been in such a fix before."
"No.....(sigh).....I guess we haven't."
This is a very good episode in every way! I would have liked to
have heard more on Mark's and Micah's conversation together.
how Mark stood up to what he thought he was right and didn't back
"Mark did good Lucas!"
Bloopers for this
episode & other episodes