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F-Troop
F-Troop Season 2 Episode Summaries:


Episode 1 - "The Singing Mountie"; Written by Arthur Julian; Directed by David Alexander; 9/8/66
If you breed a fox with a mink, do you get a fink? The lads go into business with Agarn's fur-trapping cousin.

Episode 2 - "How To Be F Troop Without Really Trying";
Written by Arthur Julian; Directed by David Alexander; 9/15/66
Outsourcing, 1800s style: F Troop must train its own replacements, the bumbling men of G Troop.

Episode 3 - "Bye, Bye, Balloon"; Written by Austin & Irma Kalish; Director: Seymour Robbie; 9/22/66
A Prussian ballonist arrives to send F Troop airborne.

Episode 4 - "Reach for the Sky Pardner"; Written by Arthur Julian; Director: Seymour Robbie; 9/29/66
After the payroll train is robbed, F Troop needs some gallant heroes to guard the next shipment. They get O'Rourke and Agarn.

Episode 5 - "The Great Troop Robbery";
Written by Stan Burns & Mike Marmer; Directed by Seymour Robbie; 10/6/66
An accident gives Agarn memory loss - and gives a crooked medicine man a perfect fall guy.

Episode 6 - "The West Goes Ghost"; Written by Arthur Julian; Directed by Seymour Robbie; 10/13/66
Dreaming of riches, O'Rourke, Agarn, Dobbs and Vanderbilt homestead a ghost town.

Episode 7 - "Yellow Bird"; Writers: Stan Dreben & Howard Merrill; Director: David Alexander; 10/20/66
O'Rourke's out to feather his nest when he discovers that beautiful Indian maiden Yellow Bird has a rich daddy.

Episode 8 - "The Ballot of Corporal Agarn";
Written by Austin & Irma Kalish; Directed by Seymour Robbie; 10/27/66
Agarn's absentee ballot will decide who will be mayor of his hometown.

Episode 9 - "Did Your Father Come From Ireland?";
Written by Arthur Julian; Directed by David Alexander; 11/3/66
O'Rourke's father arrives from the old country to tranform Fort Courage into a wee bit o' Irish heaven.

Episode 10 - "For Whom the Bugle Tolls";
Written by Hal Goldman & Al Gordon; Directed by David Alexander; 11/10/66
The bugler's skills are the deciding factor for fort inspector Col. "Bugle Bill" Bartlett. Too bad Dobbs makes Taps sound like Chopsticks.

Episode 11 - "Miss Parmenter"; Written by Richard Baer; Directed by Seymour Robbie; 11/17/66
The captain's spinster sisters comes a visitin' - and a courtin' once she spies Trooper Dobbs.

Episode 12 - "La Dolce Courage"; Writers: Austin & Irma Kalish; Director:y David Alexander; 11/24/66
Prospectors without prospects. Gold fever strikes when a flim-flam artist comes to town peddling worthless mines.

Episode 13 - "Wilton the Kid"; Written by Richard Baer; Directed by Phil Rawlins; 12/1/66
He's lean, he's mean, he's Captain Parmenter? Confusion reigns when Kid Vicious, the captain's lookalike robs the Fort Courage bank.

Episode 14 - "The Return of Wrongo Starr"; Teleplay by Stan Dreben, Howard Merrill & Jim Barnett; Story by Stan Dreben & Howard Merrill; Directed by Gary Nelson; 12/8/66;
Human jinx Wrongo Starr returns...and this time he's escorting a shipment of dynamite.

Episode 15 - "Survival of the Fittest"; Written by Arthur Julian; Directed by Gary Nelson; 12/15/66
Parmenter and Agarn brave a wilderness survival test with nothing but a cup, a knife...and a little help from their friends.

Episode 16 - "Bring on the Dancing Girls"; Writer: Arthur Julian; Director: David Alexander; 12/22/66
O'Rourke vows to get even with the blackmailer who took over his saloon.

Episode 17 - "The Loco Brothers"; Written by Richard Baer; Director: Hollingsworth Morse; 12/29/66
Two warriors ride into the fort, swoop up Captain Parmenter, and whisk him away.

Episode 18 - "From Karate with Love"; Writer: Arthur Julian; Director: Hollingsworth Morse; 1/5/67
Fort Courage becomes a sanctuary for a kimono-clad cutie fleeing "honorable bad man."

Episode 19 - "The Sergeant and the Kid"; Written by Arthur Julian; Director: Seymour Robbie; 1/12/67
He's brave, honest and true. There's only one thing wrong with aspiring soldier Joey Walker: He's 10.

Episode 20 - "What Are You Doing After the Massacre?";
Written by Austin & Irma Kalish; Directed by Phil Rawlins; 1/19/67
The troopers learn to respect their elder when 147-year-old Flaming Arrow hits the warpath.

Episode 21 - "A Horse of Another Color"; Written by Arthur Julian; Directed by Phil Rawlins; 1/26/67
It doesn't take much horse sense to figure that Parmenter isn't the right man to rope a wild stallion.

Episode 22 - "V is for Vampire"; Writers: Austin & Irma Kalish; Director: Hollingsworth Morse; 2/2/67
Is Wrangler Jane the victim of a Transylvanian count with a taste for A-positive?

Episode 23 - "That's Show Biz"; Written by Arthur Julian; Directed by Hollingsworth Morse; 2/9/67
Agarn resigns to manage mop-topped rockers called the Bedbugs.

Episode 24 - "The Day They Shot Agarn";
Written by Austin & Irma Kalish; Directed by Hollingsworth Morse; 2/16/67
Agarn is headed for that Big Fort in the Sky, compliments of a firing squad. It all began when...

Episode 25-"Only One Russian is Coming! Only One Russian is Coming!";
Written by Arthur Julian; Directed by Hollingsworth Morse; 2/23/67
Captain Parmenter has a rival for Wrangler Jane's heart: Agarn's Cossack cousin Dmitri Agarnoff.

Episode 26 - "Guns, Guns. Who's Got the Guns?"; Writer: Arthur Julian; Director: Phil Rawlins; 3/2/67
Has one of our brace boys in blue been selling rifles to the Apaches?

Episode 27 - "Marriage, Fort Courage Style"; Written by Arthur Julian; Directeor: Phil Rawlins; 3/9/67
Equestrienne Wrangler Jane looks for a bridal trail. She hires a matchmaker to snare Captain Parmenter.

Episode 28 - "Carpetbagging, Anyone?"; Written by Arthur Julian; Directeor: Phil Rawlins; 3/16/67
Agarn and Dobbs don war paint and feathers in a plot to save the fort from a greedy land speculator.

Episode 29 - "The Majority of Wilton"
; Written by Arthur Julian; Directeor: Phil Rawlins; 3/23/67
When Parmenter gets the sniffles, his friends ply him with alcohol-laced home remedies.

Episode 30-"Our Brave in F Troop"; Writers: Austin & Irma Kalish; Director: Seymour Robbie; 3/30/67
F Troop's newest recruit, Wild Eagle, moves up the ranks faster than a greased arrow.

Episode 31 - "Is This Fort Really Necessary?"; Austin & Irma Kalish; Director: Hal March; 4/6/67
An officer in charge of closing down unnecessary forts arrives at Fort Courage.





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