Season 2 Episodes (1965-66)

030 Empire of the Lost (#8406)

Original Air Date: 09-16-65

Written by Herman Groves
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by George Sherman

Daniel returns from a journey to find Boonesborough evacuated by order of British colonel Marcus Worthing, who says he's battling a rebellion and that he wants Boone to turn over the fort.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Veronica Cartwright ............. Jemima
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Edward Mulhare ............. Colonel Marcus Worthing
George Backman ............. Lt. Stuart Morris
Tom Browne Henry ............. Chief Antawah
Orville Sherman ............. Tupper
Abel Fernandez ............. White Feather
Richard Lapp ............. Sentry

031 The Tortoise and the Hare (#8405)

Original Air Date: 09-23-65

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

Daniel, the fort's best runner, sprains an ankle, which spells bad news for the settlers who have bet on him to win a hotly contested annual foot race with the Indians. Robert Logan (as Jericho Jones) becomes a regular in this episode.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Veronica Cartwright ............. Jemima
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Robert Logan ............. Jericho Jones
Orville Sherman ............. Tupper
Laurie Main ............. Stinch
James Griffith ............. Coll
Shug Fisher ............. Blacksmith
Ken Del Conte ............. Deerfoot
Peter Mamakos ............. Indian Chief

032 The Mound Builders (#8404)

Original Air Date: 09-30-65

Written by Clyde Ware
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by George Sherman

Daniel and Mingo intercept a band of Shawnee pursuing a stranger, who is dressed in the regalia of an Aztec chieftain.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Veronica Cartwright ............. Jemima
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Henry Silva ............. Zapotec
Simon Oakland ............. Dull Knife

033 My Name is Rawls (#8401)

Original Air Date: 10-07-65

Written by William Putman and D.D. Beauchamp, from a story by William Putman
Directed by George Sherman
Produced by George Sherman

Daniel goes after an unusual fur thief: a runaway slave who makes a point of telling his victims who he is.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Robert Logan ............. Jericho Jones
Rafer Johnson ............. Rawls
Lawrence Montaigne ............. Mawson
Harold Goodwin ............. Harper
Michael Conrad ............. Sharben
Orville Sherman ............. Tupper

034 The Old Man and the Cave (#8402)

Original Air Date: 10-14-65

Written by Walter Black
Directed by George Marshall
Produced by George Sherman

In rescuing a starving old Indian from a sacred burial cave, Israel unwittingly violates a tribal custom and arouses the wrath of the medicine man -- an old enemy of Boone.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Veronica Cartwright ............. Jemima
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Cyril Delvanti ............. Nitashanta
Val Avery ............. Watowah
Hal Jon Norman ............. Gray Elk
and Hannibal, the Goose

035 The Trek (#8403)

Original Air Date: 10-21-65

Written by Clair Huffaker
Directed by George Sherman
Produced by George Sherman

Daniel goes after the notorious renegade John Benton, a brawling drunkard who sells defective guns to the Indians -- and then burns their villages when they refuse to pay.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Aldo Ray ............. John Benton
John Lupton ............. James Chadwick
Charlie Horvath ............. Pike
Roy C. Jensen ............. Jensen
Ted White ............. Hawks

036 The Aaron Burr Story (#8409)

Original Air Date: 10-28-65

Written by Raphael Hayes
Directed by Maurice Geraghty
Produced by George Sherman

Former Vice President Aaron Burr arrives in Boonesborough looking for a guide to the mouth of the Cumberland River. When Daniel turns him down, Burr hires impressionable young Jericho Jones.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Robert Logan ............. Jericho Jones
Leif Erickson ............. Aaron Burr
Michael St. Clair ............. Leamas OÍLeary
Michael Ragan ............. The Leader

037 Cry of Gold (#8411)

Original Air Date: 11-04-65

Written by Dick Nelson, M. Finley, and D.D. Beauchamp, from a story by Dick Nelson and M. Finley
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by George Sherman

Two land developers hire champion English boxer Thomas Cromwell to dispose of Boone, who has frustrated their efforts to buy Boonesborough property.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Veronica Cartwright ............. Jemima
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Maxwell Reed ............. Thomas Cromwell
William OÍConnell ............. Blake
Kennenth MacDonald ............. Hamer
Sarah Marshall ............. Anne Denning
Orville Sherman ............. Buckman Tull
Dick Nelson ............. Murchison
Anne Barton ............. Pioneer Woman

038 The Peace Tree (#8407)

Original Air Date: 11-11-65

Written by John and Ward Hawkins
Directed by George Sherman
Produced by George Sherman

Against Daniel's advice, a Scottish clan builds a settlement on the Cherokee's hunting grounds, and the Highlanders refuse to vacate their new home -- despite an Indian war threat.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Veronica Cartwright ............. Jemima
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Larry Domasin ............. Prince Monlutha
Peter Oliphant ............. Dougal MacIntosh
Liam Redmond ............. Roderick MacIntosh
Nestor Paiva ............. Menewa
Harold Goodwin ............. David
Ted White ............. Pushta
Abel Fernandez ............. Tarend

039 The Thanksgiving Story (#8408)

Original Air Date: 11-25-68

Written by Raphael Hayes, Melvin Levy, and D.D. Beauchamp, from a story by Melvin and Thomas P. Levy
Directed by George Marshall
Produced by George Sherman

As Daniel and Jericho return to Boonesborough for Thanksgiving, a rider brings news that promises a grim holiday -- Choctaw chief Gabriel is on the war path.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Veronica Cartwright ............. Jemima
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Robert Logan ............. Jericho Jones
John McIntire ............. Timothy Patrick Brian
Rodolfo Acosta ............. Chief Gabriel
Abraham Sofaer ............. Grey Cloud
Ted White .............

040 A Rope for Mingo (#8413)

Original Air Date: 12-02-65

Written by Raphael Hayes
Directed by John Florea
Produced by George Sherman

Near a burning wagon, Jericho finds a murdered family of three -- with Mingo's knife in one of the victims.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Robert Logan ............. Jericho Jones
Peter Coe ............. Cherokee Brave
George Kennedy ............. Zach Morgan
Gloria Mannon ............. Kutawari
Leo Gordon ............. Silas Morgan
Peggy Stewart ............. Ida Morgan
Ray Montgomery ............. Hank
Med Flor ............. Lukey

041 The First Beau

Original Air Date: 12-09-65

Written by Barry Trivers and Raphael Hayes, from a story by Barry Trivers
Directed by John Florea
Produced by George Sherman

Jemima feels the pangs of first love when young David Ellis comes to Boonesborough, apparently looking for work -- but actually casing the fort for his partner in crime.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Veronica Cartwright ............. Jemima
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Robert Logan ............. Jericho Jones
Fabian Forte ............. David Ellis
Sam Jaffe ............. Jed Tolson
Myron Healey ............. Mike Kravic

042 Perilous Journey (#8414)

Original Air Date: 12-16-65

Written by Melvin Levy and D.D. Beauchamp, from a story by D.D. Beauchamp
Directed by John Florea
Produced by George Sherman

Daniel and Rebecca's long-delayed honeymoon is interrupted by an officer of the Continental Army, who is shot by British agents as he gives Daniel a Presidential message to deliver to New Orleans.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Alan Napier ............. Lord Brisbane
Steve Ihnat ............. Tyler
Stacy Harris ............. Captain Grant
John Orchard ............. Stone
Albert Carrier ............. Marquis De Lafayette

043 The Christmas Story (#8412)

Original Air Date: 12-23-65

Written by Stephen Lord
Directed by Maurice Geraghty
Produced by George Sherman

As a blizzard rages, Daniel tries to persuade the settlers to shelter an Indian brave and his pregnant wife.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Veronica Cartwright ............. Jemima
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Alizia Gur ............. Tawna
Valentin de Vargas ............. Oneha
Morgan Woodward ............. Elisha Tully
Eve McVeagh ............. Eleanor Tully
John Crawford ............. Jeremy
Jay Silverheels ............. Sashona
Sue England ............. Nanteen

044 The Tamarack Massacre Affair (#8415)

Original Air Date: 12-30-65

Written by David Duncan and Tom Blackburn, from a story by David Duncan
Directed by James B. Clark
Produced by George Sherman

Daniel is getting ready to negotiate a friendship treaty with the Iroquois Indians -- but Madeline Lorne says the Iroquois are guilty of a massacre of which she is the sole survivor.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Veronica Cartwright ............. Jemima
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Robert Lansing ............. Captain Robert Ives
Dina Merrill ............. Madeline Lorne
Charles Bateman ............. Major John Lorne
James O'Hara ............. British Officer
Russ McCubbin ............. Sergeant
Michael Keep ............. Rain Cloud

045 Gabriel (#8416)

Original Air Date: 01-06-66

Written by David Duncan
Directed by Gerd Oswald
Produced by George Sherman

On the way to a French trading post, Daniel and Mingo are captured by a Spanish Army captain who thinks Daniel is Gabriel Lejeune, a French revolutionary wanted by the Spaniards.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Carlos Romero ............. Captain Francisco
Cesar Romero ............. Esteban de Vaca
Jacqueline Beer ............. Heloise Jolliet
Mike Mazurki ............. El Toro
Vincent Beck ............. Gabriel Lajeune

046 Seminole Territory (#8419)

Original Air Date: 01-13-66

Written by Stephen Lord
Directed by John Florea
Produced by George Sherman

While scouting in Florida, Daniel and Mingo make the mistake of trespassing on forbidden Seminole territory, where they encounter Fletcher the Flamboyant, an itinerant magician who dazzles the Indians with his tricks.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Channing Pollock ............. Fletcher Cameron
Diane Ladd ............. Ronda Cameron
Leonard Nimoy ............. Oontah
Richard Devon ............. Hotallah
Judson Pratt ............. John Bridger
Russ Conway ............. Tom Mayberry
Michael Corhan ............. Shampay
Nan Leslie ............. Ada Mayberry

047 The Deserter (#8417)

Original Air Date: 01-20-66

Written by Robert Bloomfield and D.D. Beauchamp, from a story by Robert Bloomfield
Directed by Nathan Juran
Produced by George Sherman

While tracking two Army deserters, bounty hunter Simon Harman finds one of them with Daniel, whom he mistakes for the other fugitive.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Robert Logan ............. Jericho Jones
Slim Pickens ............. Simon Harman
Dick Sargent ............. Reuben Stone
Henry Brandon ............. Lije Moody
Ruby Robbins ............. Josh Cutler
Bob Terhune ............. Ab Varney
Bruce Jacobs ............. Jethro
Ted White ............. Sergeant Judd Blake

048 Crisis by Fire (#8418)

Original Air Date: 01-27-66

Written by Lee Loeb and David Duncan, from a story by Lee Loeb
Directed by Bruce Humberstone
Produced by George Sherman

A smallpox epidemic threatens Boonesborough, and an ambitious ex-officer in the Continental Army sees a way to use an enforced quarantine of the Boone cabin to gain power

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Veronica Cartwright ............. Jemima
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Rhodes Reason ............. Dr. Jedrick
John Crawford ............. Tolliver
Barbara Knudson ............. Kate Tolliver
George Sanders ............. Colonel Roger Barr
Jeanne Cooper ............. Amy Barr
Hal John Norman ............. Quonab

049 The Gun (#8420)

Original Air Date: 02-03-66

Written by Raphael Hayes
Directed by Robert Totten
Produced by George Sherman

In Pennsylvania, Boone has a new rifle made and outwits two scoundrels who try to force him to guide them through Indian country.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ted White ............. Hoskins
Robert Middleton ............. Simon Brasher
Warren Vanders ............. Pike
Milton Selzer ............. Isaac Delf
Dee Carroll ............. Sarah Goodall
Scott Hale ............. First Man
Hal Goodwin ............. Second Man
Al Dunlap ............. Third Man
Ken Renard ............. Chief Red Eagle
James Almanzar ............. Shawnee Leader
Mike Morgan ............. Shawnee Brave

050 The Prisoners (#8421)

Original Air Date: 02-10-66

Written by Robert Bloomfield
Directed by John Florea
Produced by George Sherman

Convicted traitor Edward Eliot kidnaps the Boone children to insure Daniel's help in the murder of Colonel Calloway, who commanded the firing squad that executed Eliot's brother.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Veronica Cartwright ............. Jemima
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Robert Logan ............. Jericho Jones
Warren Stevens ............. Matthew and Edward Eliot
Kelton Garwood ............. Rufus Hubbard
Gregory Morton ............. Colonel Richard Calloway
Chris Alcaide ............. Noah Pierce
Rick Vallen ............. Sentry

051 The Fifth Man (#8422)

Original Air Date: 02-17-66

Written by Jack Guss
Directed by George Sherman
Produced by George Sherman

To carry out an urgent military mission for Governor Patrick Henry, Daniel needs safe passage through hostile Tuscarora territory -- which only the tribe's embittered chief can guarantee.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Veronica Cartwright ............. Jemima
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Robert Logan ............. Jericho Jones
Cameron Mitchell ............. George Rogers Clark(Catahecassa)
John Hoyt ............. Patrick Henry
John McLiam ............. Mathew Elbridge
Orville Sherman ............. Tupper
George C. (Shug) Fisher ............. Jake Tench
Victor Tayback ............. American Soldier

052 Gun-Barrel Highway (#8423)

Original Air Date: 02-24-66

Written by Tom Blackburn
Directed by John Florea
Produced by George Sherman

Daniel's efforts to intercede between the Shawnee and road builders who have violated tribal hunting grounds seem doomed after the construction boss accidentally kills an Indian boy.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Robert Logan ............. Jericho Jones
John Kellogg ............. Cassady
Arthur Space ............. Sawyer
Dennis Cross ............. Chief Red Hand
Timothy Scott ............. Phelps
Bob Homel ............. Wiggins
Walter Reese ............. Smithson
Fred Carson ............. Tall Bear

053 The Search (#8424)

Original Air Date: 03-03-66

Written by David Duncan
Directed by Harmon Jones
Produced by George Sherman

On his way to market furs in New Orleans, Boone is ambushed and robbed. While tracing his assailant, he becomes involved in a search for pirate gold.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Michael Ansara ............. Sebastian Drake
Douglas V. Fowley ............. Rufus C. Hoops
Nita Talbot ............. Sylvie Du Marais
Willard Sage ............. Marcel Proust
Russ McCubbin ............. Armand
Red Morgan ............. Kidder
Richard Reeves ............. Bartender

054 Fifty Rifles (#8425)

Original Air Date: 03-10-66

Written by Raphael Hayes, from a story by Paul Savage
Directed by John Florea
Produced by George Sherman

A former British officer, now a thief and a renegade, steals a shipment of rifles and plans to trade them to the Shawnee for a tract of land.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Robert Logan ............. Jericho Jones
Henry Wilcoxon ............. William Blunt
Tom Fadden ............. Mr. Shanks
Barbara Pepper ............. Mrs. Shanks
William Mims ............. Scraps
Christopher Dark ............. Kashita
George J. Lewis ............. Indian Chief

055 The Trap (#8426)

Original Air Date: 03-17-66

Written by D. D. Beauchamp
Directed by Gerd Oswald
Produced by George Sherman

Daniel goes after renegades who terrorized his family, looted his house, took Israel hostage, and left Mingo helpless with his foot caught in a bear trap.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca
Veronica Cartwright ............. Jemima
Darby Hinton ............. Israel
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Orville Sherman ............. Tupper
Lloyd Bochner ............. Roger Morgan
Jack Lambert ............. Rafe Todd
Marc Cavell ............. Lucas
Michael Lane ............. Ike
Robert Donner ............. Coot

056 The Accused (#8427)

Original Air Date: 03-24-66

Written by David Duncan
Directed by John Florea
Produced by George Sherman

A carefully contrived frame-up puts Daniel on the wrong end of a murder charge.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Joanna Moore ............. Lacey Lowe
Jerome Thor ............. Samuel Thurston
L.E. "Buck" Young ............. Henry Foxx
Vaughn Taylor ............. Justice Homer Godwin
Ken Scott ............. John Crawford
E. J. Andre ............. Peterson
Walker Edmiston ............. Grover Matthews
Eddie Quillan ............. Ephraim Smith
Tom McFadden ............. Livery Man

057 Cibola (#8428)

Original Air Date: 03-31-66

Written by Raphael Hayes
Directed by Gerd Oswald
Produced by George Sherman

Half delirious with hunger, old Matty Brenner staggers into Daniel and Mingo's camp -- dragging along a boy who claims to live in Cibola, one of the legendary seven cities of gold.Half delirious with hunger, old Matty Brenner staggers into Daniel and Mingo's camp -- dragging along a boy who claims to live in Cibola, one of the legendary seven cities of gold.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Royal Dano ............. Matty Brenner
Jose Hector Galindo ............. Antonio
Alejandro Rey ............. Sergeant Goya
Alexander D'Arcy ............. First Soldier



058 The High Cumberland [Part I]

Original Air Date: 04-14-66

Written by D. D. Beauchamp and Jack Guss
Directed by George Sherman
Produced by George Sherman

In the first of a two-part story tracing (re-writing) Boone's early life, Daniel meets Rebecca Brian, a bonded servant on the wagon train he's taking to Kentucky. Daniel also saves the life of Jim Santee, who decides to join the wagon train after meeting Rebecca.

Fess Parker ............. Daniel
Ed Ames ............. Mingo
Patricia Blair ............. Rebecca Bryan
Dallas McKennon ............. Cincinnatus
Ted White ............. First Trapper
Jack Williams ............. Larson
Charles Horvath ............. Luther Wills
Robert Terhune ............. Big John
Roy Jenson ............. Cash Doyle
Chuck Roberson ............. Dutch
Armando Silvestre ............. Jim Santee
Jacqueline Evans ............. Martha Bliss
Barbara Turner De Hubp ............. Mrs. Meador
Felix Gonzalez ............. Judd

059 The High Cumberland [Part II]

Original Air Date: 04-21-66

Written by D. D. Beauchamp and Jack Guss
Directed by George Sherman
Produced by George Sherman

In the conclusion of a two-part story, Daniel drives his Boonesborough-bound wagons into a narrow canyon, where he takes a stand against pursuers who want the precious supplies.



Fess Parker

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Daniel

Ed Ames

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Mingo

Patricia Blair

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Rebecca Bryan

Dallas McKennon

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Cincinnatus

Jack Williams

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Larson

Robert Terhune

.............

Big John

Roy Jenson

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Cash Doyle

Chuck Roberson

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Dutch

Armando Silvestre

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Jim Santee

Jacqueline Evans
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Martha Bliss