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Episode 3: Chase A Wild Horse

 

Cast:
James Stacy : Johnny Madrid Lancer
Wayne Maunder : Scott Lancer
Andrew Duggan : Murdoch Lancer
Elizabeth Baur : Teresa O'Brien

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Credits
Production Company 20th Century Fox
Created by Samuel A Peeples
Produced by Alan Armer

SEASON ONE  SEPTEMBER 1968 – APRIL 1969

 

Episode No
3

Title
Chase a Wild Horse

Airdate
08 October 1968

Synopsis
Johnny is having difficulty adjusting to life on Lancer, and leaves after a row with Murdoch, caused by Johnny chasing after a wild horse that leads eventually to the death of one of the sons of a man called Stryker, who tries to take the horse.  Johnny doesn't really want to leave and Murdoch doesn't want him to go, but both are too proud to admit it.  Scott tries to mediate, and is shot by the Strykers, seeking revenge.  Following a shootout at Lancer where the Strykers are driven off, Johnny stays and the episode ends with a moment of understanding between father and son, who go horse hunting together.

Guest stars
James Gammon as Wes
Robert J. Wilke as Stryker

Director : Walter Grauman
Writer : Paul Playdon