Death Valley Days

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  • TV-PG
  • Genre(s): Western
  • Release year: 1952
Death Valley Days is an American old-time radio and television anthology series featuring true accounts of the American Old West, particularly the Death Valley country of southeastern California. Created in 1930 by Ruth Woodman, the program was broadcast... read more

Death Valley Days is an American old-time radio and television anthology series featuring true accounts of the American Old West, particularly the Death Valley country of southeastern California. Created in 1930 by Ruth Woodman, the program was broadcast on radio until 1945 and became from 1952 to 1970 as a syndicated television series, with reruns continuing through August 1, 1975. The radio and television versions combined to make the show "one of the longest-running western programs in broadcast history."

Original Release

03/06/1952

US Release

03/06/1952

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Cast

# Title Air Date
1 The Taming of Trudy Bell Thursday, 02 October 1969
2 Tracy's Triumph Saturday, 04 October 1969
3 Old Stape Saturday, 04 October 1969
4 The Tenderfoot Thursday, 09 October 1969
5 Biscuits and Billy, the Kid Friday, 10 October 1969
6 Son of Thunder Sunday, 26 October 1969
7 The Lady Doctor Monday, 27 October 1969
8 The Great Pinto Bean Gold Hunt Sunday, 16 November 1969
9 The Visitor Monday, 17 November 1969
10 The King of the Uvalde Road Thursday, 01 January 1970
11 The Mezcla Man Friday, 02 January 1970
12 Pioneer Pluck Saturday, 03 January 1970
13 Simple Question of Justice Monday, 12 January 1970
14 The Wizard of Aberdeen Saturday, 17 January 1970
15 The Dragon of Gold Hill Saturday, 24 January 1970
16 The Biggest Little Post Office in the World Saturday, 24 January 1970
17 A Saint of Travelers Saturday, 14 February 1970
18 Talk to Me, Charley Sunday, 15 February 1970
19 Amos and the Black Bull Saturday, 28 February 1970
20 The Man Who Planted Gold in California Monday, 16 March 1970
21 The Solid Gold Pie Wednesday, 01 April 1970
22 A Gift from Father Tapis Tuesday, 07 April 1970
23 Clum's Constabulary Thursday, 09 April 1970
24 The Contract Saturday, 18 April 1970
25 The Duke of Tombstone Tuesday, 21 April 1970
26 Early Candle Lighten Friday, 24 April 1970
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Directors

Stuart E. McGowan, Harmon Jones, Jack Hively, Tay Garnett, Jean Yarbrough, Nat Perrin, Bud Townsend, Jack Shea, Hal Cooper, Murray Golden, Jesse Hibbs, Sidney Salkow, Denver Pyle, Stephen Lord, George Archainbaud, Lee Sholem, James Sheldon, Dick Moder, George Cahan, Paul Landres, James Goldstone, Robert B. Sinclair, Bernard McEveety, John Rawlins, Richard Whorf, Ralph Levy, Louis King, Dick McDonough, Fred Jackman Jr., David Orrick McDearmon, Roger Kay, Lamar Caselli, William Hogan, Bob Quinlan, Randell Henderson, Harry Harris, Herman Hoffman, Herbert Kenwith, Larry Lansburgh, George Blair, Charles F. Haas, Harold Daniels, Edward Ludlum, Thomas Thompson, Alan Crosland Jr., Christian Nyby, Darren McGavin, Harold D. Schuster, Lawrence Dobkin, Reginald Le Borg, Boris Sagal, Budd Boetticher, Bernard L. Kowalski, Francis D. Lyon, John English, Frank McDonald, William D. Faralla, Daniel Dare, Harry Landers

Writers

Ruth Woodman, Stephen Lord, Budd Lesser, Robert Hardy Andrews, William Davis Jr., Jacqueline Rhodes, Lillian Rose, Jay Rosenburg, Herbert Purdom, Robert L. Joseph, John Alexander, Virgil C. Gerlach, Harold E. Noble, Dennis Whitcomb, Claire Whitaker, Jerry D. Lewis, Ann Udell, Sloan Nibley, Kenneth Higgins, Karl Brown, Robert Leslie Bellem, Todhunter Ballard, Stuart E. McGowan, Barry Shipman, Dorothy Schuyler, Sid Saltzman, Phyllis White, Glenhall Taylor, Scott Whitaker, Del Carnes, Gene Lesser, William Canning, John K. McCarthy, Lance Hazzard, Robert White, John K. Butler, Herman Miller, Jerry Sackheim, Homer McCoy, A. Sanford Wolfe, Jack Lewis, Paul Franklin, Louis Garfinkle, Joanna Lee, Terence Maples, Maurice Zimm, Arthur Rowe, C. Ray Stahl, Curtis Kenyon, Harold Shumate, Buckley Angell, Ted Thomas, Irwin Winehouse, Charles Davis, Dorrell McGowan, Doug Wilson, F. Paul Hall, Robert S. Samuels, Shel Lytton, Louise Cheney, Jerry Patch, John Starr Niendorff, Virginia M. Cooke, Max Lamb, Norman Jacob, Kenneth A. Enochs, Peggy Witt, Les Farber, Donald H. Clark, Frank Bonham, Sandy Spillman, J.E. Selby, Margaret Coffey, Tom Coffey, Jay Leman, Alva Anderson, Joe Tiffenbach, Dwight Newton, Pauline Townsend, Robert Sabaroff, Frederick Louis Fox, Lee Berg, Turnley Walker, William Kozlenko, Mildred Cram, S.H. Barnett, Richard Sanville, Jan Leman, Shirley Spillman, Del Rayburn, Louise Rayburn, Rick McClun, Eileen Hunt, Berta Peters, Bert A. Sandborgh, Bonnie Souleles, Harold Schindler, Joan Wade, Ella Duncan, S.H. McGuire, Vernon H. Jones, Jim De Foe, Virginia Books, Shirley Bibield, Barbara Randall, Art Reeves, Mary Terri Taylor, Sue Canter, Stewart Cohn, Idwal Jones, Crandall Brown, Walt Anderson, Allen Parr, Ryerson Johnson, Gary Munn, Richard Ashby, Zetta Castle, Lynn McMillen, Jerry MacMullen, Colin MacKenzie, William Powell, Walker A. Tompkins, Howard Smith, Peral Carr, Jack Bennett, Oscar Brodney, Herman Hoffman, Anthony Lawrence, Oliver Crawford, Frank Gruber, Orville H. Hampton, Melvin Levy, John Grey, Tom Seller, Sidney Ellis, Seton I. Miller, Don Moore, Charles A. Wallace, Robert Dillon, Nat Tanchuck, William Kelley, Vincent Fotre, Mortimer Braus, William Read Woodfield, Ande Lamb, Milton S. Gelman, Ernest Pascal, Sid Harris, Ray Buffum, James Bloodworth, Gil Lasky, Paul Crabtree, Kay Lenard, Milton Geiger, Lawrence Menkin, Hendrik Vollaerts, Thomson Burtis, Lowell Barrington, Francis Rosenwald, George Fass, Gertrude Fass, Berni Gould, Patricia Falken Smith, Bill Danch, P.K. Palmer, Jess Carneol, Tom Gries, Frederick Stephani, Earl Baldwin, Coles Trapnell, Robert Presnell Sr.

Creators

Ruth Woodman

Cast

Producers

Editors

Harry Coswick, Arthur H. Nadel, Jack Wheeler, Jerry Young, Leslie Vidor, Edward Mann, Fred W. Berger, Walter Hannemann, Anthony Wollner, Everett Dodd, Ben Marmon, Robert Post, Dick Connors, John F. Schreyer, Jodie Copelan, Leon Selditz, Marjorie Fowler, George A. Gittens, Aaron Stell, Harvey Manger, Charles Craft, Robert Lawrence, Argyle Nelson Jr., Ralph Davis Jr., Art Nagel, Sherman A. Rose

1955 Emmy Best Western or Adventure Series Nominated
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