A Man Called Shenandoah (1965)

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A Man Called Shenandoah original title
Der Mann ohne Namen Germany
シェナンドー Japan Japanese title
El hombre sin nombre Mexico
Der Mann ohne Namen West Germany
Typ: TV Series
Klíčová slova: man with no name, name, amnesia, character name in title
Série: 1
Rok: 1965
Délka: 30 minutes
Rating: 7.8
Hlasování: 150
Jazyk: English
Země: USA
Žánr: Western
Všechny žánry: Western
Barvy: Black and White
Zvuk: Mono
Jméno Role
Nathan Juran (6 episodes, 1965-1966)
Jud Taylor (6 episodes, 1965-1966)
Joseph H. Lewis (3 episodes, 1965-1966)
Harry Harris (3 episodes, 1965)
David Alexander (2 episodes, 1965)
Don McDougall (2 episodes, 1965)
Murray Golden (2 episodes, 1966)
Tom Gries (2 episodes, 1966)
Thomas Carr (1 episode, 1965)
John English (1 episode, 1965)
Boris Sagal (1 episode, 1965)
Paul Wendkos (1 episode, 1965)
Lewis Allen (1 episode, 1966)
Jerry Hopper (1 episode, 1966)
Byron Paul (1 episode, 1966)
Virgil W. Vogel (1 episode, 1966)
Jméno Role
E. Jack Neuman (creator) (34 episodes, 1965-1966)
E. Jack Neuman (story) (34 episodes, 1965-1966)
E. Jack Neuman (writer) (34 episodes, 1965-1966)
Robert Hamner (writer) (7 episodes, 1965-1966)
Robert C. Dennis (writer) (5 episodes, 1965-1966)
Robert C. Dennis (story) (5 episodes, 1965-1966)
Daniel B. Ullman (writer) (4 episodes, 1965-1966)
Ed Adamson (writer) (4 episodes, 1966)
Samuel A. Peeples (writer) (2 episodes, 1965-1966)
Paul Savage (writer) (2 episodes, 1966)
Antony Ellis (writer) (1 episode, 1965)
Frank Gruber (writer) (1 episode, 1965)
Norman Katkov (teleplay) (1 episode, 1965)
Daniel Mainwaring (writer) (1 episode, 1965)
Terence Maples (writer) (1 episode, 1965)
Sam Ross (writer) (1 episode, 1965)
Jack Turley (writer) (1 episode, 1965)
Theodore Apstein (writer) (1 episode, 1966)
Tony Barrett (writer) (1 episode, 1966)
Joseph Calvelli (teleplay) (1 episode, 1966)
Herman Groves (story) (1 episode, 1966)
Herman Groves (teleplay) (1 episode, 1966)
Charles Hoffman (writer) (1 episode, 1966)
Adrian Spies (writer) (1 episode, 1966)
Jméno Role
Vincent M. Fennelly producer (23 episodes, 1965-1966)
Robert Hamner associate producer (21 episodes, 1965-1966)
Fred Freiberger producer (3 episodes, 1965)
Richard H. Landau associate producer (3 episodes, 1965)
John Bloss associate producer (1 episode, 1965)
E. Jack Neuman producer (1 episode, 1965)
Jméno Role
George Stoll (29 episodes, 1965-1966)
Jméno Role
Robert Horton Shenandoah
Gregory Walcott Marshal
John Cliff Jim Scully
James Griffith Andy Andrews
Charles Aidman Andrew Stiles
Claude Akins Fordy Brown
Edward Asner Sam Chance
Edward Binns Major Morrison
Lloyd Bochner Murray
Jeanne Cooper Bess Pritchard
John Dehner Moberly
Leif Erickson Sheriff Dan Grier
Beverly Garland Kate
Henry Jones Dr. Arnold Shaw
Martin Landau Jace Miller
Cloris Leachman Laurie Sherman
Charles McGraw Sheriff Cole Hobbs
Nehemiah Persoff Father Rodriguez
Madlyn Rhue Ann Clayton
Antoinette Bower Lila Morgan
Geraldine Brooks Angie Brewster
J.D. Cannon Jason Brewster
Andrew Duggan Harley Kern
Norman Fell Capt. Arnold Dudley
Jay C. Flippen Andrew O'Rourke
Nina Foch Marlee Cole
Douglas Fowley Gil Harden
Eduard Franz Dr. Joshua Macauley
Frank Gorshin Otto
James Gregory Jake Roberts
Pat Hingle Tenney
Sally Kellerman Philomena Bartlett
Martin Milner Neal Henderson
Jeanette Nolan Matilda Coleman
Susan Oliver Virginia Harvey
Joanna Pettet Julia Riley
Albert Salmi Will Turner
Harold J. Stone Jason Pruitt
Malcolm Atterbury Judge Albert Evans
Arthur Batanides Larson
Paul Carr Billy Claymoor
John Davis Chandler Cassidy
Richard Devon Lloyd Fitts
Elinor Donahue Julie Wade
George Kennedy Mitchell Canady
Mort Mills Sheriff
Warren Oates Sergeant Ryder
Robert Random Tommy
Nina Shipman Ann Mellet
Kent Smith Dr. Sherman
Karen Steele Naomi
Harry Townes Dr. Stanton
Michael Ansara Adam Lloyd
Steve Brodie Gilbert Benteen
Ron Hayes Jamie Brewster
Anne Helm Christie Dudley
Diana Hyland Nancy Pruitt
John Ireland Sheriff Vernon Cole
Robert Loggia Manuel Rojas
Lynn Loring Jocelyn Moore
John McIntire Simon Hadley
Gary Merrill Sheriff Ben Sumner
Juliet Mills Paula
Leonard Nimoy Del Hillman
Arthur O'Connell Professor Fontaine
Jan Shepard Ann Winters
Fay Spain Millie Turner
Warren Stevens Jared Abel
Karl Swenson Sheriff Ben Garrett
John Anderson Sheriff Haley
Robert Anderson Sheriff
Trevor Bardette Trader
Whit Bissell Henry Claymoor
Michael Burns Frankie Yorby
Bruce Dern Bobby Ballantine
James Frawley Luther Hayes
Noah Keen Dr. Maghee
Warren J. Kemmerling Sheriff
John Milford Pendleton
Milton Selzer Captain Crowell
David Sheiner Marshal Murray
Robert Sorrells Rafferty
Lyle Sudrow Harve
Joyce Van Patten Lily
Fred Beir Tim O'Rourke
Lyle Bettger Sheriff
Virginia Christine Fran Macauley
James Doohan Francis Xavier O'Connell
Ross Elliott Sheriff
Paul Fix Sam Winters
Bert Freed Sheriff Orin Wade
Tim Herbert Telegrapher
L.Q. Jones Ben Lloyd
DeForest Kelley Egan
Sandy Kenyon Matthew Crawson
Gail Kobe Ellie Darby
Louise Latham Cora Eldridge
Frank Marth Dr. Elwood Ames
Michael Witney Sgt. Ian MacDonald
Than Wyenn Nacho
Chris Alcaide Frank Abbott
Jim Boles Clay
Steve Gravers Carl
Myron Healey Colt
Ken Lynch Nester
Don Megowan Johnny Kyle
George Mitchell Billings
Dennis Patrick Red
Willard Sage Eldon Bennett
Walter Sande Sheriff Jack Beal
Harry Dean Stanton Quince Logan
Katie Sweet Ellen Burgess
Kelly Thordsen Sam Yorby
Bill Zuckert Williams
Mark Allen Hawkins
Roy Barcroft Drew Narramore
Susan Bay Nimoy Conchita Roberts
Lane Bradford Arch
Russell Collins Clerk
Elisha Cook Jr. Judd
Maurine Dawson Ellen
Strother Martin Cowboy
Gregory Morton Colonel
Woodrow Parfrey Cliff Eldridge
Ernest Sarracino Dr. Mendoza
Charles Seel Enoch
Russell Thorson Judge Zachary Harvey
Herb Vigran Judge Brinker
Hal Baylor Ed Driscoll
Richard Carlyle Parks
Robert Foulk Milt
Norman Leavitt Hotel Clerk
Gregg Palmer Corey
Hank Patterson Godey
Simon Scott Tom Wade
Adam Williams Tate
Meg Wyllie Mrs. Clay
Robert Cornthwaite Jesse Webber
Berkeley Harris Tad Kern
I. Stanford Jolley Kincaid
Anne Loos Sarah
Ed Peck Clayton
Vic Perrin Station Master
James Seay Doctor
Charlie Briggs Tibbott
James Gavin Ferguson
Kevin Hagen Pike
Ken Mayer Brodie
Mike Ragan Mine Foreman
Ron Whelan Dunn
Bart Burns Kirby
Charles Horvath Hagen
Jon Lormer Mr. Martin
George Selk Pierson
Larry Thor Doctor
Tom Greenway Marshal
Stuart Nisbet Doctor
Joseph V. Perry Clint
Charles Wagenheim Dingo
Harlan Warde Sheriff
William Fawcett Andy
Rickie Sorensen Tad
Sara Taft Mrs. Martin
Bing Russell Clem
Lorette Strome Nora Stiles
Barry Brooks Bartender
Robert Carson Judge
Russ Whiteman Doc
Christopher Riordan Townsman
Ken DuMain Townsman
Carl Pitti Deputy
Gene Coogan Townsman
Joe Ploski Hotel Guest
Phil Schumacher Barfly
Chalky Williams Barfly
Andy Albin Barfly
Sheldon Allman Stableman
Eumenio Blanco Townsman
Rudy Bowman Townsman
Clancy Cooper Bartender
George Ford Townsman
Sig Frohlich Dealer
Jim Hayward Desk Clerk
Troy Melton Townsman
Kate Murtagh Maude
William H. O'Brien Townsman
Emma Palmese Townswoman
Paul Ravel Townsman
Robert Robinson Townsman
Orville Sherman Sam
K.L. Smith Guard
Paul Sorensen Sheriff
George Tracy Barfly
Max Wagner Townsman
Bill Walker Barfly
Paul Birch Farrell
James J. Casino Dock Worker
Richard H. Cutting Townsman
John Damler Bartender
Amber Flower Little Girl
Chester Hayes Man
Clark Howat Doctor
Fred Lerner Wrangler
Jon Locke Driver
Read Morgan Cal
Byron Morrow Matthew Eldridge
Brian Nash Boy
Tom O'Leary Obie
Bill Quinn Doctor
John Reilly Jamie Brewster Jr.
Edwin Rochelle Barfly
George Sawaya Henchman
Alfred Shelly Clerk
Quentin Sondergaard Deputy
Norman Stevans Hotel Guest
Rikki Stevens Louise
Jason Wingreen Hotel Clerk
Obsah: A man shot and left for dead on the trail is found and revived. He has no recollection of his past and, calling himself Shenandoah, roams the West in search of his identity.
Epizody: Season 1, Episode 1: The Onslaught (Original Air Date: 13 Sep. 1965)
After being shot and left for dead, a stranger arrives in Leaumont, New Mexico Territory where it's discovered he has amnesia. The doctor who treats the stranger gives him the name, Shenandoah.

Season 1, Episode 2: Survival (Original Air Date: 20 Sep. 1965)
While headed to Dos Minos, Shenandoah's horse falls in the snow and breaks his leg. Shenandoah comes upon a widow being badly treated by two men, then he buys a horse and heads to town. But his trouble is just starting when he's accused of horse stealing and cold-blooded murder.

Season 1, Episode 3: The Fort (Original Air Date: 27 Sep. 1965)
Arriving at an Army fort just after it was attacked by Apaches, the Major assumed Shenandoah was involved with Sergeant Ryder in the attack. Sergeant Ryder, who was going to be shot for his part in assisting the raid, knew Shenandoah's name.

Season 1, Episode 4: The Caller (Original Air Date: 11 Oct. 1965)
Shenandoah is arrested for murdering James Burgess when he is found bent over the body. In truth, he was riding up when he heard the gunshots and rushed in to see what was wrong. He had been coming to visit James Burgess, who may know what his name is. The only witness is Burgess' little girl, who is now mute due to trauma of seeing her father murdered.

Season 1, Episode 5: The Debt (Original Air Date: 18 Oct. 1965)
A boy thinks Shenandoah killed his brother in the war, and the town is split over North and South.

Season 1, Episode 6: Obion - 1866 (Original Air Date: 25 Oct. 1965)
Shenandoah seeks out Fordy Brown (Claude Akins) when he realizes the man recognizes him. He has a little more hope after the story Brown has to tell him. Will he finally get his answers?

Season 1, Episode 7: The Verdict (Original Air Date: 1 Nov. 1965)
Bruce Dern plays the outlaw accused of killing the Marshall. Shendoah is asked by the townsfolk to act as interm Marshall. Ed Asner plays the lawyer who defends Dern.

Season 1, Episode 8: Town on Fire (Original Air Date: 8 Nov. 1965)
On his way out of Wade City, disaster strikes as a group of outlaws try to get their revenge on Tom Wade and destroy the town. Shenandoah and Dr. Arnold Shaw are the only two willing to stay and fight against the outlaws, and Shenandoah must explain to Wade's surviving daughter why he can't stay and marry her.

Season 1, Episode 9: Incident at Dry Creek (Original Air Date: 15 Nov. 1965)
Shenandoah arrived in Dry Creek hard pressed for money and looking for a man named Bart Teller. Come to find out, Teller was a known outlaw. He took a job for the Sheriff to earn some money after gaining the sheriff's trust. Unfortunately, a rather sad incident occurred while he was waiting to go after Teller.

Season 1, Episode 10: The Locket (Original Air Date: 22 Nov. 1965)
While traveling, Shenandoah was chased by some Indians. After killing one, he found a locket on his body. The locket contained two pictures: one of Shenandoah, and one of a little girl. The locket had been seen in the hands of Frank Abbott, who was wanted by the law for murder. And a bounty hunter (Martin Landau) would fight Shenandoah all the way to find him first. It was a race against time, against the bounty hunter, and against the Indians.

Season 1, Episode 11: The Reward (Original Air Date: 29 Nov. 1965)
After spending time and making friends in yet another Western town, Shenandoah finds out that there is a "Wanted Dead or Alive" poster with his face on it and a $500 reward. As a result, he is stalked by a bounty hunter. Conspicuously, there is no name on the poster and no clue as to Shenandoah's missing identity. Shenandoah seeks to find out if the poster is valid and who published it.

Season 1, Episode 12: A Special Talent for Killing (Original Air Date: 6 Dec. 1965)
Shenandoah arrives in a town looking for Ben Daniels, and quickly learns he is not welcome in the town that is more like a ghost town. Two men (George Kennedy and Willard Sage) seem to be trying to keep Shenandoah from finding out some unknown truth, but all Shenandoah wants is to find Daniels or get out of town.

Season 1, Episode 13: The Siege (Original Air Date: 13 Dec. 1965)
When stopping over in a town for the night, Shenandoah discovers that he had stayed there before. After reading a letter, he learns his possible name and a possible ex-wife. He goes in search of the people that may help solve the mystery of his past.

Season 1, Episode 14: The Bell (Original Air Date: 10 Dec. 1965)
Shenandoah gets roped into helping a Mexican-American priest move a very large church bell to his parish. As always, Shenandoah has to skillfully fight off the bad guys. When the bell is finally delivered, the parishioners do not appreciate their priest's Herculean effort to obtain it.

Season 1, Episode 15: The Young Outlaw (Original Air Date: 27 Dec. 1965)
A young wannabe highwayman tries to rob Shenandoah at gun point. Of course, Shenandoah skillfully disarms the juvenile delinquent. It turns out they are both looking for the same infamous outlaw, Adam Clark. The young punk wants to join his gang and Shenandoah, as usual, hopes Clark can help him find his identity. Instead, they find a broken down, sick, scared older man, who swears that he's not Clark. However, when two brutal bounty hunters show up looking for the outlaw, Shenandoah suspects the old man is lying.

Season 1, Episode 16: The Accused (Original Air Date: 3 Jan. 1966)
While working as the trail boss of a cattle drive, Shenandoah befriends the not so bright cow hand, Will Turner, who obsessively puts his wife up on a pedestal. When Will accidentally kills the jeweler who may have made the locket Shenandoah found in episode 10, he follows Will to his ranch where we find out the sad truth about his marriage.

Season 1, Episode 17: Run, Killer, Run (Original Air Date: 10 Jan. 1966)
A gunman (Leonard Nimoy) is hired to kill Shenandoah after he takes a job at a wharf. Apparently the person who hired the gunman fears Shenandoah would recognize him and tell the law what he knows. Sally Kellerman plays Shenandoah's latest love interest.

Season 1, Episode 18: Rope's End (Original Air Date: 17 Jan. 1966)
While Shenandoah is waiting at a stage stop with the judge's daughter, they are held hostage by an outlaw's brother the judge convicted. She will be killed unless the judge agrees to set the outlaw free. Shenandoah must find a way to stop the madman and keep the judge and his daughter safe.

Season 1, Episode 19: The Lost Diablo (Original Air Date: 24 Jan. 1966)
After months of searching, Shenandoah finally finds the lock box his key fits. Inside, he finds a map that leads to hidden gold. Jake Roberts (James Gregory) announces to Shenandoah that they know each other, and he can help lead Shenandoah to the gold. Of course, things aren't as easy as they seem, especially when they meet up with the ruthless Manuel Rojas (Robert Loggia).

Season 1, Episode 20: A Long Way Home (Original Air Date: 31 Jan. 1966)
Literally, just as Shenandoah comes into yet another Western town, he is shot at and slightly wounded by an escaping bank robber, who obviously recognizes Shenandoah's face. The local sheriff begrudgingly agrees to let Shenandoah lend his considerable tracking skills to find the man who just cleaned out the town bank and who may be able to finally tell Shenandoah his true name.

Season 1, Episode 21: End of a Legend (Original Air Date: 7 Feb. 1966)
Following up on a tip that he got in episode 20, Shenandoah visits the town of Santa Fe looking for the famous gunfighter, Jason Brewster. However the local sheriff and saloon girl insist that he doesn't live in Santa Fe anymore. Eventually, Shenandoah does find the gunfighter and learns more about his missing past.

Season 1, Episode 22: Run and Hide (Original Air Date: 14 Feb. 1966)
Shenandoah comes to yet another western town, this time looking for Dave McWaters, who of course may have a clue to his identity. Unfortunately, McWaters is locked in a deadly love triangle with his finance Josie and Tad Kern, whose father Harley runs the town. The triangle becomes a quadrangle as Shenandoah gets caught in the middle of the dangerous dynamics of this small town.

Season 1, Episode 23: The Riley Brand (Original Air Date: 21 Feb. 1966)
While traveling through a town, Shenandoah meets a man (Elisha Cook Jr.) who recognizes him. He was holding a saddle that he claims Shenandoah had brought in to have fixed over a year ago. The saddle has the Riley brand on it, so Shenandoah goes to the ranch to find out what it's all about. Julia Riley believes he may be her missing brother. Her ranch hands (DeForest Kelley and Warren Stevens) decide they need to stop him from making any claims.

Season 1, Episode 24: Muted Fifes, Muffled Drums (Original Air Date: 28 Feb. 1966)
Shenandoah searches through army records for clues and finds his picture. Apparently he served as a lieutenant in 2nd regiment in Fort Smith. The regiment was deactivated after an Indian Raid. Unfortunately, Shenandoah learns that he may have been the only survivor of the raid and is arrested.

Season 1, Episode 25: Plunder (Original Air Date: 7 Mar. 1966)
This time Shenandoah is in search of Sam Waters, the man for whom the locket from episode 10 was made. Instead he finds his frightened daughter and a U.S. Marshall (Pat Hingle), who is also looking for Waters. Apparently, he just finished an 8 year prison stint for stealing gold from the federal government. The Marshall seems to suspect that Shenandoah is one of Waters' partners. They grudgingly agree to go in search of the missing ex-convict.

Season 1, Episode 26: Marlee (Original Air Date: 14 Mar. 1966)
Shenandoah comes to town with a photo of himself and an attractive woman at a regimental ball. The woman turns out to be the local sheriff's (John Ireland) wife. For some reason he is extremely reluctant to even let Shenandoah speak with her.

Season 1, Episode 27: The Death of Matthew Eldridge (Original Air Date: 21 Mar. 1966)
As soon as Shenandoah arrives in the town of Eldridgeville, he is accused of and jailed for the four year old murder of Matthew Eldridge, for whom the town is named.

Season 1, Episode 28: Aces and Kings (Original Air Date: 28 Mar. 1966)
While looking for a man he may have met once, Shenandoah finds everyone is interested in the ring he wears. He also ends up in a high stakes poker game with Strother Martin.

Season 1, Episode 29: The Imposter (Original Air Date: 4 Apr. 1966)
Following up on a lead from yet another photograph from his time in the army, Shenandoah is told that his name is Timothy O'Rourke. Apparently, he is the long lost son of wealthy cattleman Andrew O'Rourke (veteran character actor Jay C. Flippen). The two had a major falling out, and now the dying father wants to see his son one more time. Shenandoah also meets his sister Paula (Juliet Mills). It's almost just all too good to be true.

Season 1, Episode 30: An Unfamiliar Tune (Original Air Date: 11 Apr. 1966)
When Shenandoah arrives at a Western town whistling a tune from his lost past, he is confronted by the lovely Nancy Pruitt. She insists that she knows the tune and that his name is Dan Lawson, her former boyfriend. The only problem is that she is now married to Jason Pruitt, who is twice her age and ten times as jealous of any man who even talks to her.

Season 1, Episode 31: The Clown (Original Air Date: 18 Apr. 1966)
When a clown (Frank Gorshin) performing in a tiny traveling carnival seems startled to recognize Shenandoah, the carnival pulls out quickly, with Shenandoah in pursuit.

Season 1, Episode 32: Requiem for the Second (Original Air Date: 2 May 1966)
Scully, from episode 24, finds Shenandoah to let him know he's found Neal Henderson, the man who should have been court marshaled.

Season 1, Episode 33: Care of General Delivery (Original Air Date: 9 May 1966)
Shenandoah goes to a town near El Paso looking for a biographer, Frances Xavier O'Connell, who may have clues to who he is. There he meets the local Post Mistress, Miss Matilda (Jeanette Nolan), who eventually promises to introduce Shenandoah to O'Connell (James Doohan). However, when he finally meets the biographer, something doesn't add up.

Season 1, Episode 34: Macauley's Cure (Original Air Date: 16 May 1966)
Seeking a cure for his amnesia, Shenandoah is treated by the kindly Dr. Macaulay. The good doctor uses hypnosis to reveal some strikingly, deep dark secrets from Shenandoah's lost past. Unfortunately, the town sheriff, and friend of Dr. Macaulay, has some deep dark secrets of his own that would be revealed if Shenandoah finally regains his memory.

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