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Jack N. Young
Stunts | Actor | Miscellaneous Crew | Casting Department | Production Manager | Second Unit Director/Assistant Director | Producer

Jack was in two episodes of The Rifleman Home Ranch and Eight Hours to Die

In Eight Hours to Die Jack was hired as a Utility Stuntman and he also doubled for Chuck Connors in some of his long distance riding, etc.

Jack Young - Eight Hours to Die - The Rifleman

Jack was the man who was hung.  That would make him Ephraim, the son of Judge Zephaniah Burton. 
The time frame for this scene is 0:35

Jack Young - Eight Hours to Die - The Rifleman

In this scene Jack is riding for the Judge when he stumbles.  Both the horse and the judge fell.
The time frame for this scene is around 20:24

Jack Young - Eight Hours to Die - The Rifleman

Here you see Jack doubling for Chuck Connors in his long distance ride to get to Mark & the judge.

Home Ranch  stunts by Jack Young - unaccredited
Who did Sam Montgomery really drag through the field?
Since it wasn't Lucas who got hit in the tummy, who was it?

 Thanks to Jack N. Young & Phillip Arnold for all this information on this page!

Bobby Somers also had a hand in some of the stunts in this episode.

Be sure and checkout Robert Wise: The Motion Pictures by Joe Jordan.
Robert Earl Wise (September 10, 1914 September 14, 2005) was an American film director, producer and editor.
What a great book about Robert Wise's movies career and the legacy he left behind.
Also included in this book is Jack Young and many other great interviews.

Jack N. Young ― Stuntman

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