The RiflemanFaye Roope
"Welcome to The McCain Ranch"
appeared in four episodes of The Rifleman. Jeff Stacey in
The Brother-in-law, he
was the one willing to pay Johnny Gibbs to throw the contest ― He appeared as Barton in
The Spiked Rifle as the
man on the stagecoach that was more worried about his money then
Two episodes as Doc
Burrage, Panic and
There were two doctors before Doc Burrage although neither of them were ever
named or given credit. Those two episodes were The Sharpshooter and
The Marshal. In End of a Young Gun Lucas told Hank he
should go get Doc Sedley? Doc Burrage was first introduced to
Rifleman in The Pet.
Doc Burrage was a regular character ~ how many different actors played
Doc Burrage? Can you name them?
Chuck Connors and Faye also were in the 1954 movie Naked Alibi which was
before The Rifleman.
He appeared in
films like The Day the Earth Stood Still ― Indian Uprising
― Viva Zapata! ― Carbine Williams ―
Mr. & Mrs. North ― Seminole ― From Here to Eternity.
His TV Series are Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki ― Studio 57
― Dr. Hudson's Secret Journal ― The True Story of
Jesse James ― Schlitz Playhouse ― The Adventures of
Jim Bowie ― The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp ― Perry
Mason ― Have Gun - Will Travel ― Gunsmoke ― The
FBI Story ― Bonanza ― Cheyenne ― Twilight
Zone's ― The Texan
Fay Roope was
born October 20, 1893 in Allston, Massachusetts
Birth Name: Winfield Harding Roope
He died September 13, 1961 in Port Jefferson, Long Island, New York
Fay Roope — Find A Grave
Have you ever been watching TV or a movie and wondered who is that guy?
around The McCain Ranch