Gunsmoke

Season 16 Episode 15

Jenny

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Aired Unknown Dec 28, 1970 on CBS
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Jenny arrives in Dodge City where she will meet her father. Newly releases him for two days as a free man to allow him to see Jenny, but she has no idea that he is wanted, with a reward of $2,000 for his capture.

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    Lisa Gerritsen

    Lisa Gerritsen

    Jenny

    Guest Star

    Rance Howard

    Rance Howard

    Judge Franklin

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    Bob Burrows

    Bob Burrows

    Driver

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    Steve Ihnat

    Steve Ihnat

    Lucas Pritchard

    Recurring Role

    Steve Raines

    Steve Raines

    Ed Reilly

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    Glenn Strange

    Glenn Strange

    Sam Noonan

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      • Lisa Gerritsen, who played Jenny in this episode, also had apearances on Bonanza, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Doris Day Show, Family Affair and The Courtship of Eddie's Father.

      • Guest Star Steve Ihnat (1934-72) appeared in 11 feature films and 4 telefilms. Of Polish descent he came to Hollywood and broke into television after appearing in Pasadena Playhouse productions. He appeared in 6 episodes of Gunsmoke, this episode being his last. He directed the feature film The Honkers (1972) and was in Cannes for the Film Festival seeking financing for a project that he hoped to produce, when he died of a heart attack at the age of 37. He was survived by his wife, actress Sally Ihnat-Carter, a daughter and a son. He appeared in the films: Dragstrip Riot (1958), Passion Street U.S.A. (1964), The Chase (1966), Hourof the Gun (1967), In Like Flint (1967), Madigan (1968), Kona Coast (1968), Countdown (1968), Zig Zag (1970), Do Not Throw Cushions into the Ring (1970), and Fuzz (1972). His television credits include: Perry Mason, The Fugitive, Star Trek, Cimarron Strip, Name of the Game, Cade's County, and Mannix.

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