Jack was cast as "Dan Wright" in NBC's The Man and the Challenge, which ran for thirty-six episodes during the 1959-60 season. Ep.3. With Dale Robertson, Jack Ging, William Demarest, Mary Jane Saunders. TVGuide has every full episode so you can stay-up-to-date and watch your favorite show Tales of Wells Fargo anytime, anywhere. "Tales of Wells Fargo" New Orleans Trackdown (TV Episode 1961) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Springsteen Director Photography, Bud Thackery, A.S.C. "Tales of Wells Fargo" The Dodger (TV Episode 1961) - IMDb Jim is sent ot investigate a series of stagecoach robberies. Factory / Timeless Media With Dale Robertson, Jack Ging, William Demarest, Mary Jane Saunders. Tales of Wells Fargo. Springsteen. In 1960, Ging appeared in one … This 6 dual-layer DVD collection from NBC Universal and TMG brings you The Best of the Color Season of Tales of Wells Fargo, 22 episodes rich in western scenery and exciting tales of life in the Old West, is a must for fans new and old, and is great family entertainment. Wells Fargo additionally decided to give Hardie a younger, more hot-headed sidekick by introducing the character of Beau McCloud, played by Jack Ging, in the season's first episode "Casket 7.3" (September 30, 1961). Springsteen. Season 1. A man sentenced to a ten-year prison term has released and is out to avenge himself upon the man who put him there - Jim Hardie. Tales of Wells Fargo - The Best of the Color Season - 22 episodes by Shout! Directed by R.G. Back To: Jack Ging Credits. Tales of Wells Fargo is an American Western television series starring Dale Robertson that ran from 1957 to 1962 on NBC. Thereafter, he appeared occasionally as "Beau McCloud" on the NBC western series, Tales of Wells Fargo. Dale Robertson as Jim Hardie. Acting on a tip that an outlaw gang may attack a gold shipment, Hardie and McCloud try to persuade group of stagecoach passengers to take the next stage so they can better protect the cargo. But as Ging soon discovered, the show was still all about Hardie and Dale Robertson. Produced by Revue Productions, the series aired in a half-hour format until its final season when it expanded to an hour. Directed by R.G. ... (final episode of "Tales of Wells Fargo") 02-June-1962 NBC Sat Produced by Earle Lyon/ Associate Producer Al C. Ward Tales of Wells Fargo is an American Western television series starring Dale Robertson that ran from March 18, 1957, to June 2, 1962, on NBC. Written by Jack Turley Directed by R.G. Jack Ging as Beau McCloud William Demerest as Jeb Gaine Virgina Christine as Ovie (1961-1962) Mary Jane Saunders as Mary Gee (1961-1962) Lori Patrick as Tina (1961-1962) Horses: Jubilee and Fargo. A man sentenced to a ten-year prison term has released and is out to avenge himself upon the man who put him there - Jim Hardie. Jim Hardie was a Wells Fargo agent who was good with a gun, and also at helping colleagues with their problems. Tales of Wells Fargo Theme Song. Dale Robertson as Jim Hardie, 1958. Tales of Wells Fargo Cast. by Stanley Wilson with lyrics by Mort Greene. With Dale Robertson, Jack Ging, Robert Vaughn, Pat Crowley.