Vengeance Is the Spur is the twenty-second episode of the first season of The Virginian. It first aired on February 27, 1963.
A mysterious woman, Mrs. Frances, comes to Medicine Bow and asks the Virginian to take her to meet his friend, Michael O'Rourke, the former foreman of Shiloh, who now lives as an outlaw in the badlands. She believes her husband, who had been wrongly accused of murder, is hiding out with O'Rourke's gang. However, Mrs. Frances is not whom she claims and trouble follows. - Source: tv.com
- Lee J. Cobb (as Judge Henry Garth) - credit only
- Doug McClure (as Trampas) - credit only
- Gary Clarke (as Steve Hill) - credit only
- James Drury as The Virginian
- Edward Kemmer as Eddie Thorpe
- Ross Elliott as The Sheriff
- John Bryant as Dr. Spaulding
- Kathryn Card as Mathilde
- Mary Young as Gertrude
- Paul Sorensen as Thorpe's Guard
- William Allyn as Foxie Stevens
- Adam Hill as Luke
- Dan Barton as Tom Harrington
- Bobs Watson as Hotel Clerk
- Jon Lormer as Tom
- Gil Perkins as Whitey
Crew (and other credits)Edit
- Executive Producer: Roy Huggins
- Produced by: Frank Price
- Teleplay by: Harry Kleiner
- Story by: John Francis O'Mara
- Directed by: Robert Ellis Miller
- Virginian Theme: Percy Faith
- Director of Photography: Neal Beckner
- Supervising Producer: Frank Price
- Art Director: George Patrick
- Film Editor: Edward Haire, A.C.E.
- Editorial Dept. Head: David J. O'Connell
- Musical Supervision: Stanley Wilson
- Set Decorators: John McCarthy and James M. Walters
- Color Consultant: Alex Quiroga
- Color Processing by: Consolidated Film Industries
- Assistant Director: Charles S. Gould
- Sound: Earl Crain, Jr.
- Costume Supervisor: Vincent Dee
- Makeup: Leo Lotito, Jr.
- Hair Stylist: Florence Bush
"The title 'The Virginian' by permission of EMKA, LTD."