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1. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Executioners (1962)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

Although some question his guilt, a man is hanged in Medicine Bow when a woman denies being with him at the time. A stranger with many talents arrives in Medicine Bow taking a job at Shiloh who takes a keen interest in the main players.

Director: David Friedkin | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 110

2. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Woman from White Wing (1962)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

A man at the unfinished White Wing cabin on Shiloh asks Judge Garth to meet him. Garth tells The Virginian the troubled history of his arrival at Shiloh. Garth's future with Betsy is threatened by the man and his desire for revenge.

Director: Burt Kennedy | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 67

3. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Throw a Long Rope (1962)

TV-PG | 73 min | Western

The ranchers losing cattle with homesteaders the prime suspects nearly hang an innocent man. The Judge's decision to apply the law of the range to the suspected cattle thieves drives a wedge into the loyalty of his foreman.

Director: Ted Post | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 65

4. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Big Deal (1962)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

Judge Garth has a visitor from South America who inherited a critical piece of property in the middle of Shiloh used to move cattle. When he learns Garth has held back information on it, he decides to put crippling pressure on Garth.

Director: Earl Bellamy | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 48

5. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Brazen Bell (1962)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

A timid easterner and his wife arrive in Medicine Bow looking for a job as a teacher. Two escaped convicts come through Medicine Bow taking the new teacher, his wife, and students hostage while The Virginian is the temporary sheriff.

Director: James Sheldon | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 66

6. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Big Day, Great Day (1962)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

The Fourth of July finds Judge Garth, Steve and Trampas in Casper, Wyoming to pick up a bed for Betsy. The Judge meets a friend wrestling in a title match and Steve becomes infatuated with a girl. Intrigue follows.

Director: Harmon Jones | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 51

7. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Riff-Raff (1962)

TV-PG | 73 min | Western

Trampas and Steve decide to join up with Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders. Comedy ensues with the boys wanting to do it their way. The Virginian shows up and among other things shows the easterners how to "play" polo western style.

Director: Bernard Girard | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, Ray Danton

Votes: 54

8. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Impasse (1962)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

The Virginian, Trampas, and Steve are capturing wild horses in the mountains for sale to the Army. The Kroeger clan claims all horses as theirs. When Kroeger can't scare the Virginian out, he resorts other tactics.

Director: Maurice Geraghty | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 54

9. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: It Tolls for Thee (1962)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

The Judge, believing violence in the West is disappearing, creates a rift with the Virginian when he stops a violent fight involving the Virginian. When the Judge is kidnapped, the Virginian goes to his rescue from violent captors anyway.

Director: Samuel Fuller | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 61

10. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: West (1962)

TV-PG | 73 min | Western

Trampas becomes involved with 3 good old fun loving guys. The four of them meet up with a gang of real bad guys. When Trampas and friends volunteer to go after the bad guys they get an awakening from the townsfolk.

Director: Douglas Heyes | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 56

11. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Devil's Children (1962)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

Tabby McCallum, beautiful but cruel teenage daughter of Tucker McCallum, is banned by the Virginian from Shiloh after she kills a steer by "mistake". With the unwitting help of her fiancé, Dan Flood, Tabby sets off a tragic set of events.

Director: William Witney | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 63

12. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: 50 Days to Moose Jaw (1962)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

An old cowhand and a "greenhorn" join the Shiloh hands for a cattle drive to Moose Jaw, Canada. The old and young cowhand plan a future of running cattle together. The story culminates with a sheriff looking for one of the 2 new friends.

Director: Maxwell Shane | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 63

13. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Accomplice (1962)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

An old maid bank teller who decides it is time to provide for herself identifies Trampas as a bank robber and murderer in order to extort $10,000 from the actual thief. The Virginian is the only thing between Trampas and the hangman's noose.

Director: Maurice Geraghty | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 231

14. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Man from the Sea (1962)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

A seaman moving to Wyoming meets twin sisters traveling there with Trampas. When he takes an interest in one of them, she makes a tragic request of him that reveals not only to him but Judge Garth the true nature of the twins relationship.

Director: Herschel Daugherty | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 51

15. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Duel at Shiloh (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

At a friend's grave Steve recalls how the man helped him survive his arrival at Medicine Bow and train him as a cowboy and proficient with guns. Sadly, the man's unwillingness to adapt with to the times pushed Steve to his life at Shiloh.

Director: Jerry Hopper | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 66

16. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Exiles (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

While trying to find a man to clear the Judge of a murder charge, The Virginian travels to Montana where he becomes involved with a singer who finds herself with her own problems. They are able to help each other solve their problems.

Director: Bernard Girard | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 56

17. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Judgment (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

Garth recalls his early days as a judge in Medicine Bow in one particularly dangerous murder case. The family of the man convicted tries to intimidate the residents into having Garth overturn the conviction putting him a lonely position.

Director: Earl Bellamy | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 51

18. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Say Goodbye to All That (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

An American black bear named Moses brings to the surface the lack of respect a father has for his son. When the father is paralyzed in a fight with Trampas, he goads the son into fighting a duel with Trampas for revenge. Trampas refuses it, but cannot ignore it.

Director: William Witney | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 48

19. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Man Who Couldn't Die (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

Garth trails a woman to San Francisco who he believes is part of a con game involving a railroad deal. Garth kills a man who he believes to be a part of it. However, when no body can be found, he and others start to question his sanity.

Director: David Friedkin | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 46

20. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: If You Have Tears (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

A friend has been framed for the murder of a woman's husband in Montana. The Virginian and Trampas go there to investigate the charge as they believe their friend who says he is innocent even though he is known to them as a womanizer.

Director: Richard L. Bare | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 49

21. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Small Parade (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

The Virginian, Trampas. and Steve help a vegetarian with a chimp who is framed for murder and a single woman with a group of orphans. Although they start trying to adopt out the kids, they soon become match makers for the couple and kids.

Director: Paul Nickell | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 54

22. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Vengeance Is the Spur (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

A wealthy woman persuades The Virginian to take her to the badlands to a gang lead by the previous foreman of Shiloh. Her initial story is not the full truth. She wants to kill a man there because of her daughter but falls for the leader.

Director: Robert Ellis Miller | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 52

23. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Money Cage (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

A trio of con artists target Medicine Bow with an oil scam when a banking crisis threatening the bank throws a bigger scam their way. However, the leader's relationship with the banker's daughter causes him to alter the plan.

Director: Alan Crosland Jr. | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 47

24. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Golden Door (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

An immigrant is jailed for murder. The bias against him adds to the Judge's difficulty defending him. He is found not guilty but when another man is arrested for the crime, his conscience catches up with him as he learns more about US law.

Director: John Brahm | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 49

25. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: A Distant Fury (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

Ed Frazer returns to Medicine Bow after serving three years for burglary. Steve fears for his life because his testimony was crucial in convicting him. Frazer's main interest isn't revenge but renewing his acquaintance with Helen Blaine.

Director: John English | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 52

26. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Echo of Another Day (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

Trampas helps a friend just out of prison who has multiple people after him for the location of $50,000 in gold he helped steal. He wants to give the money back but he must deal with a ruthless partner in the robbery who will kill him.

Directors: William A. Graham, Mark Rydell | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 45

27. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Strangers at Sundown (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

A outlaw gang traps Garth and Betsy and several stagecoach passengers at a way station. The gang wants one of the passengers who betrayed the gang. The people discuss their lives as time expires on whether to turn over the man.

Director: David Friedkin | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 49

28. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Mountain of the Sun (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

The Virginian helps three women in the southwest he meets make their way to the Yaqui Indians where they want to be missionaries after the Yaqui killed their husbands. Along the way he and the youngest woman become romantically involved.

Director: Bernard McEveety | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 50

29. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Run Away Home (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

The Virginian and Steve are forced to carry $40,000 back to Medicine Bow after a bank run closes all banks. The Virginian must fend off a family who think part of the money is theirs while contending with a dreaming runaway girl.

Director: Richard L. Bare | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 42

30. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Final Hour (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

Garth allows a controversial coal mine to be opened with Polish miners. Among them is a beautiful woman. She has eyes for Trampas but one of the miners and a friend of Trampas have eyes for her with tragic results as Trampas falls for her.

Director: Robert Douglas | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 35

31. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Ride a Dark Trail (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

The Virginian relates the history of Trampas coming to Shiloh as he tries to calm a boy on a rampage. Trampas was raised by a gambling father who tried to reform him and Trampas' effort for revenge for the killing of his father by Garth.

Director: John Peyser | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 54

32. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: To Make This Place Remember (1963)

TV-PG | 73 min | Western

Garth is asked by a friend to put on a defense for a son who has already been hung. The community fights it but Garth plunges ahead with the aid of a judge. The outcome uncovers several unpleasant facts about the community and the truth.

Director: Robert Ellis Miller | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 43

33. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: No Tears for Savannah (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

The Virginian is in the southwest to collect for a bad check. He gets his money from the man's dad but when he is killed, The Virginian's old flame is convicted of it and he has to protect her while hoping Garth can prove her innocence.

Director: Don McDougall | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 53

34. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: A Killer in Town (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

Trampas is the focus of a bounty hunter when Trampas is involved in the accidental death of a man who knows the identity of a man in Medicine Bow with a $5000 bounty on his head. Problem is that Trampas believes he might be the one wanted.

Director: John English | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 49

35. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Evil That Men Do (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

Garth takes on a parolee that The Virginian has an interest in who has been in an orphanage or prison since he was a baby. He has trouble adjusting to life outside prison and Garth is worried about Betsy's growing interest in him.

Director: Stuart Heisler | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 67

36. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: It Takes a Big Man (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

The Judge's friend asks him to take on one of his sons as a hand to straighten out his attitude. The Judge learns why the son fights with his dad but too late to stop the experiment from ending with tragic results for the son and Trampas.

Director: Bernard McEveety | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 47

37. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Brother Thaddeus (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

Brother Thaddeus with a bad reputation as Willy Kane returns to Medicine Bow to help at the mission. When a friend of his and others rob a payroll, he is suspected of helping them so with the help of Trampas he has to prove his innocence.

Director: John English | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 38

38. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: A Portrait of Marie Valonne (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

The Virginian has dinner with a woman who disappears. He learns she is involved with a criminal element therefore the police are reluctant to help find her. A he traces her history he uncovers a tragic past, corruption, and her death.

Director: Earl Bellamy | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 44

39. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Run Quiet (1963)

TV-PG | 73 min | Western

Steve helps a deaf mute who was once jailed for fighting. With Steve's help he learns to fit in at Shiloh but when two men kill a gambler and he is seen with the body, everyone assumes the worst. He finds a second friend in a lonely woman.

Director: Herschel Daugherty | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 57

40. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Stopover in a Western Town (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

A cowboy becomes infatuated with an eastern society girl he meets on a train. Against The Virginian's advice he courts the spoiled girl but is forced to turn to rustling to pay for it. In the end she learns the serious cost of her actions.

Director: Richard L. Bare | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 42

41. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Fatal Journey (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

The Virginian plans to propose to Molly but four men ride into Medicine Bow emptying their pistols into the newspaper office killing her. Although the posse is forced to turn back, The Virginian continues on for revenge but is captured.

Director: Bernard McEveety | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 46

42. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: A Time Remembered (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

Garth recognizes singer Elena as a close friend from his early days as a lawyer. The two rekindle their old relationship but Garth is forced to defend her against murder charges which ultimately forces him to uncover the unsettling truth.

Director: William Witney | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 44

43. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Siege (1963)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

Trampas returns to a town to repay debts and see the girl he left but she is married to the Marshal. The family Trampas had lived with is killed by Comancheros caught by Trampas. Only he and the Marshal are willing to stand up to them.

Director: Don McDougall | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 50

44. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Man of Violence (1963)

TV-PG | 73 min | Western

After his uncle is killed in Texas, Trampas chases the killer into Apache country off limits to whites where he found gold. Trampas is forced to take along multiple companions including the man's wife, a gold seeker, and a drunk doctor.

Director: William Witney | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 44

45. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Invaders (1964)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

Garth's rival from Texas buys a ranch near Shiloh with an eye to expand it. Trampas has an eye for his daughter adding to the friction when the rival puts pressure on small ranches to sell out and cuts the water supply to them and Shiloh.

Director: Bernard McEveety | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 32

46. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: Roar from the Mountain (1964)

TV-PG | 75 min | Western

Steve volunteers to hunt a killer mountain lion alone. After losing his supplies, he is helped by a lonely couple. They lost their son to the cat and maimed it. The husband helps Steve who soon learns the cat is not his only enemy.

Director: Earl Bellamy | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 43

47. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Fortunes of J. Jimerson Jones (1964)

TV-PG | 73 min | Western

J. Jimerson Jones is on the same train to Chicago with Garth and Betsy where Garth helps him adjust to city life. Betsy has her first love with a cub reporter and Jones is taken in by a beautiful woman while another tries to protect him.

Director: Don McDougall | Stars: Lee J. Cobb, Doug McClure, Gary Clarke, James Drury

Votes: 45

48. The Virginian (1962–1971)
Episode: The Thirty Days of Gavin Heath (1964)

TV-PG | 73 min | Western