The Rustler is the second episode of the third and last season of How the West Was Won. It first aired on January 22, 1979.
Jessie is completely infatuated with a handsome young stranger named Bob who rescues her from the advances of a nasty character. Later on, the couple run away to a small town where a minister agrees to perform a wedding ceremony. - Source: wikipedia.org
The Family MacahanEdit
- James Arness as Zeb
- Fionnula Flanagan as Molly Culhane
- Bruce Boxleitner as Luke
- Kathryn Holcomb as Laura
- William Kirby Cullen as Josh
- Vicki Schreck as Jessie
- Skip Homeier as Minister Boyle
- Guy Stockwell as Sheriff Andrews
- Noble Willingham as Judge Carter
- Dan Ferrone as Liveryman Louis
- Craig T. Nelson as Tugger
- Owen Bush as Liveryman Craig
- Arline Anderson as Mrs. Kearney
- Ford Rainey as Rancher Barrett
Crew (and other credits)Edit
- Directed by: Barry Crane
- Written by: Calvin Clements & John Mantley
- Executive Story Consultant: Calvin Clements
- Producer: John G. Stephens
- Executive Producer: John Mantley
- Director of Photography: Edward R. Plante
- Art Director: Arch Bacon
- Edited by: Gregory Prance
- Unit Production Manager: Hal Klein
- Assistant Director: Michael N. Kusley
- 2nd Assistant Director: Mary Lou MacLaury
- Associate Producer: John A. Fegan, Jr.
- Developed for Television by: Albert S. Ruddy and Jim Byrnes
- Music by: Bruce Broughton
- Theme by: Jerrold Immel
- Music Supervisor: Harry V. Lojewski
- Set Decorator: Herman N. Schoenbrun
- Music Editor: Scott Perry, Jr.
- Sound Editor: Thomas C. McCarthy
- Property Master: Earl W. Huntoon, Jr.
- Sound: Gene Garvin & Hal Watkins, C.A.S.
- Script Supervisor: John C. Dutton
- Men's Wardrobe: Bob Magahay
- Women's Wardrobe: Gilda Craig
- Makeup: Richard Cobos & Tony Lane
- Hairdressers: Joan Phillips & Mary Hadley
- Casting: Pam Polifroni
- Action Coordinator: Richard A. Lundin
- Stunt Coordinator: Ben Bates
- Special Effects: Bill Balles
- "Charles M. Russell Paintings Courtesy of:
- C. M. Russell Museum, Great Falls, Montana
- Mackay Gallery, Montana Historical Society
- Brown & Bigelow, A Saxon Company"
- "Filmed in METROCOLOR | Titles and Opticals MGM | Panaflex Camera and Lenses by PANAVISION"
- "A John Mantley Production"
- "In Association With MGM Television"