Season: 4 episode 6
Series Episode: 98
Air Date: October 30, 1962
Laramie TV series starring John Smith, Robert Fuller, Spring Byington and Dennis Holmes
A Revue Studios production
A meeting with an old friend leads to accusations that Jess is a rustler.
Cast & Crew Lists
|"Slim" Sherman||Owner - Sherman ranch and relay station||John Smith||31||Credited|
|Jess Harper||Part owner - Sherman ranch and relay station||Robert Fuller||29||Credited|
|Daisy Cooper||Sherman housekeeper||Spring Byington||76||Credited|
|Mike Williams||Orphan||Dennis Holmes||12||Credited|
|Gabe Banister||Ross Banister's brother/Outlaw||Tru Garrett||Credited|
|Ross Banister||Outlaw leader||Lane Bradford||40||Credited|
|Whitney Banister||Ross Banister's brother/Outlaw||Harry Carey, Jr.||41||Credited|
|Sharon Helford||Walt Helford's daughter||Myrna Fahey||29||Credited|
|Walt Helford||Valley rancher||Walter Sande||56||Credited|
|Lon Jamison||Valley rancher||Lee Farr||35||Credited|
|Finn McKay||Valley sheriff||Don Harvey||50||Credited|
|Jimmy Lane||Son of a valley rancher||Mentioned|
|Assistant to Producer||Rod Peterson|
|Laramie Theme||Cyril Mockridge|
|Director of Photography||Ray Rennahan, A. S. C.|
|Associate Producer||Dan Ullman|
|Art Director||Russell Kimball|
|Editorial Dept. Head/Supervisor||David J. O'Connell|
|Editorial Color Consultant||Alex Quiroga|
|Color Processing by||Consolidated Film Industries|
|Film Editor||Ray C. de Vally, A. C. E.|
|Musical Supervision||Stanley Wilson|
|Sound||Earl Crain, Sr.|
|Makeup Artist||Jack Barron|
|Hair Stylist||Florence Bush|
|Costume & Wardrobe||Vincent Dee|
|Assistant Director||Charles S. Gould|
|Series Stuntmen (uncredited)||Paul Baxley, Joe Canutt. Bill Catching, Chuck Courtney, John Daheim, Leonard P. Geer, Sol Gorss, Hemet, Charles Horvath, Robert F. Hoy, Loren Janes, Allen Pinson, Chuck Roberson, Ronnie Rondell Jr., Dean Smith, Tom Steele, Jerry Summers, Jack Williams
Note: Robert Fuller often performed his own stunts in the series.
|Set Decoration||John McCarthy & Ralph Sylos|
Epilogue – based on the teleplay “Lost Allegiance” by Dick Nelson and story by John C. Champion
(JESS HARPER is sitting in a chair with his feet up on a low table on the Sherman ranch house porch, sipping lemonade. SLIM SHERMAN brings out an upholstered chair, followed by MIKE COOPER and DAISY COOPER.)
JESS HARPER: Ya’ know, Slim, I can’t figure out why you didn’t get all this work done before I got home.
SLIM SHERMAN: Well, it seems like we wasted a lot of time looking for someone who was lost.
JESS HARPER: Is that a fact?
DAISY COOPER: (Sympathetically) Oh. Would you like a pillow?
(JESS HARPER shakes his head negatively. DAISY COOPER puts her hand on JESS HARPER’s shoulder.)
DAISY COOPER: Let me pour you some more lemonade.
JESS HARPER: (Pats DAISY COOPER’s hand) No thank you, Daisy, I’m fine.
DAISY COOPER: (Sympathetically) Oh.
MIKE WILLIAMS: Can we have some yet?
DAISY COOPER: Pretty quick, as soon as we get the cleaning done. Oh, the dust got into everything.
SLIM SHERMAN: Sure glad to hear you’re feeling better, pard. Maybe you ‘d like to help us knock some of this dust out of the furniture.
JESS HARPER: Ah, I don’t know Slim. You know, my side’s still pretty sore. I don’t know what got into Daisy anyway. The furniture looks fine to me.
SLIM SHERMAN: Oh, is that right?
JESS HARPER: Sure, women are too durn particular.
SLIM SHERMAN: What you’re try’n to say is, ah, dust doesn’t bother you, huh?
JESS HARPER: Not a bit.
SLIM SHERMAN: Well that’s good, pard. Let’s go, Mike.
(SLIM SHERMAN and MIKE WILLIAMS begin beating the furniture right next to JESS HARPER. Dust envelopes JESS HARPER.)
JESS HARPER: Aw, come, aw, what’re you doin’? (Quickly gets out of the chair and leaves)
(DAISY COOPER comes up behind SLIM SHERMAN and MIKE WILLIAMS, laughing.)
Sources: Laramie episodes (written, spoken and credits), Internet Movie Database (IMDb) and individual observation
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