The Virginian

Season 4 Episode 21

Morgan Starr

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Aired Wednesday 7:30 PM Feb 09, 1966 on NBC
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Morgan Starr
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After being appointed as territorial governor of Wyoming, Judge Garth brings in a man named Morgan Starr to run the Shiloh ranch, having passed over the Virginian.

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    Doug McClure

    Doug McClure

    Trampas

    Randy Boone

    Randy Boone

    Randy Benton

    James Drury

    James Drury

    The Virginian

    Clu Gulager

    Clu Gulager

    Deputy Sheriff Emmett Ryker

    Diane Roter

    Diane Roter

    Jennifer Sommers

    Lee J. Cobb

    Lee J. Cobb

    Judge Henry Garth

    George Mitchell

    George Mitchell

    Noah MacMillan

    Guest Star

    Buck Young

    Buck Young

    Walker

    Guest Star

    Brad Weston

    Brad Weston

    Ben

    Guest Star

    L.Q. Jones

    L.Q. Jones

    Andy Belden

    Recurring Role

    John Dehner

    John Dehner

    Morgan Starr

    Recurring Role

    Roy Engel

    Roy Engel

    Wingate

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      • This episode reveals that semi-regular ranch hand Belden (played by L. Q Jones) had been working at Shiloh for eight years. Other semi-regulars appearing in this episode include Roy Engel and Edward Faulkner as neighbouring ranchers Wingate and Procter.

      • Frank Sully, who had played the bartender (Danny) in the Medicine Bow saloon in several earlier episodes, appears in this episode as a waiter in a Dodge City, Kansas establishment.

      • Aside from Judge Garth, Trampas is the only regular not to appear in this episode.

      • With this episode, Lee J. Cobb (as Judge Garth) officially left the series although he continued to appear in the episode opening credits until the end of Season 4. His absence was explained by his being appointed Territorial Governor and Morgan Starr (recurring "Guest Star" John Dehner), who served with the Judge in the Civil War and was a former business partner, was brought in to manage, and as a co-owner of, the ranch -- at least until the end of Season 4.

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