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The Intruders is the first episode of the first and only season of The Monroes. It first aired on September 7, 1966.


After their parents drown, the five surviving children continue on their journey West to Wyoming to farm the land their father had claimed ten years before; but there are some men that declare the Monroe family as squatters, and their Indian friend, Jim, as a rustler. - Source: IMDb.com



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  • Directed by: Bernard Kowalski
  • Written by: Otis Carney
  • Produced by: Al C. Ward
  • Executive Producer: Frederick Brogger
  • A Qualis Production | In Association With: Twentieth Century-Fox Television
  • Associate Producer: Fred Hamilton
  • Assistants to the Producer: Mel Epstein and Ray Kellogg
  • Series Consultant: Otis Carney
  • Series Created by: Milt Rosen
  • Music: David Rose
  • Music Supervision: Lionel Newman
  • Production Supervisor: Jack Sonntag
  • Unit Production Manager: Dink Templeton
  • Assistant Directors: Wes McAfee, Burt Astor
  • Directors of Photography: Monroe Askins and Jack Marta
  • Art Directors: Jack Martin Smith and Carl Macauley
  • Film Editor: Everett Sutherland, A.C.E.
  • Post Production Coordinator: Robert Mintz
  • Story Editor: Calvin Clements, Jr.
  • Set Decorators: Walter M. Scott, Bert Allen
  • Supervising Music Editor: Leonard Engel
  • Music Editor: Kenneth Runyon
  • Supervising Sound Effects Editor: Ralph B. Hickey
  • Makeup Supervision: Ben Nye
  • Hair Styling Supervision: Margaret Donovan
  • Associate Producer and Executive Story Consultant: Frank Paris

"The Producers wish to express their appreciation for the cooperation of:

  • U.S. Department of Interior
  • Grand Teton National Park
  • National Forest Service
  • U.S. Department of Agriculture"
  • Color by: De Luxe
  • William Self in charge of Production for Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc.