|Mariette Harley and James Drury in Ride the High Country.|
|Nick Adams as The Rebel.|
Café: During the nine-year-run of The Virginian, your ranch foreman worked for Judge Garth (Lee J. Cobb), Morgan Starr (John Dehner), John Grainger (Charles Bickford), Clay Grainger (John McIntire), and Colonel MacKenzie (Stewart Granger). Who was your favorite owner of the Shiloh?
|The Shiloh's first owner in the opening credits.|
Café: The Virginian's name was never mentioned in Owen Wister's novel, but that must have created occasional challenges for the TV series' script writers. Was there ever any discussion about revealing the Virginian's name?
Café: A lot of regular cast members came and went over The Virginian's long run, with you and Doug McClure being the only constants. Who were some of your favorite fellow regulars?
|Roberta Shore as Betsy.|
|James Drury and Doug McClure.|
Café: During season 9, The Virginian was restructured as The Men from Shiloh with a format in which you, Doug McClure, Stewart Granger, and Lee Majors rotated starring in episodes. What did you think of the changes?
|L.Q. Jones and Drury (with long sideburns)|
in The Men from Shiloh.
|James Drury (photo from his FB page).|