After a successful first season, Chuck Connors returned in 1965 to reprise the role of Jason McCord in "Branded. " McCord, a West Point graduate and decorated Cavalry Officer, was branded a coward by the Army following the Battle at Bitter Creek. He is disgraced in the eyes of the world, but as he travels throughout the Old West, he proves the label false over and over again. Whatever trouble he rides into, Jason McCord finds a way to get justice and redemption for those in need of help.
"Branded" continued to take on moral issues with high quality scripts and in the process attracted many of the top stars of the day. Some of Hollywood's most famous and successful actors appeared in cameo or main roles. For instance, Burt Reynolds appears as an Apache chief, and Lee Van Cleef takes time out from making movies to play a bad guy opposite Connors on the small screen. Stars, and stars in the making, Dick Clark, Beau Bridges and Bruce Dern also appear.
In this, the final season of "Branded," Chuck Connors portrays a true knight of the old west and the epitome of the American Spirit, taking on any challenge to emerge on the side of right and justice.
Bonus material: Larry Cohen, a Hollywood legend and the man responsible for bringing "Branded" to television, provides a fascinating look at what goes on behind the scenes in show business. His intriguing comments set "Branded" in an entirely new light.