The Best Episodes Directed by Hollingsworth Morse
#1 - Will the Real Admiral Please Stand Up?
McHale's Navy Season 3 - Episode 29
Parker takes full advantage of his situation, when he's temporarily promoted to Admiral, so that he can fill in for Admiral Rogers, in negotiations for the drilling rights in an oil-rich island nation.
#2 - The Stool Parrot
McHale's Navy Season 3 - Episode 16
Binghamton’s “No-Fraternization” policy forces McHale and the boys to find a secret location for a big party they’ve planned, with the Nurses. But Gruber’s pet parrot spills the beans, to Binghamton.
#3 - The Man from Spain
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 27
Another problem looms for Zorro when an arrogant stranger arrives in the pueblo and demands the help of Don Alejandro. Felipe Basilio has been sent by the Spanish government to sell bonds to the local citizens in order to help finance the Spanish war effort, but he gets off to a bad start by interrupting Sergeant Garcia's birthday party and throwing his pinata into the trash. Basilio also angers the townspeople by telling them they must buy the bonds, and a Capitan Mendoza arrives to enforce his order. The newcomers try to force Alejandro to persuade the peons, but they must resort to force when sales lag due to the unreasonable levies they have placed on their victims. One such person is the innkeeper, of whom they demand 250 pesos. Basilio is attracted to Moneta, the daughter of a wealthy landowner, and the two visitors temporarily delay their demands. Garcia draws Basilio's wrath by sneaking into the tavern to recover his pinata, and the visitor decides to make his strength known by placing the sergeant in the town stocks. Zorro avenges this humiliation by forcing Basilio to free Garcia, and then places him in the stocks instead.
#4 - Fountain of Youth
McHale's Navy Season 3 - Episode 10
While out on maneuvers with McHale and the 73 Crew, Binghamton discovers what he thinks is The Fountain Of Youth. But McHale and the boys know what really causes that youthful feeling, in one who drinks from it, and must scheme to keep it a secret.
#5 - Zorro Takes a Dare
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 30
Humiliated by Zorro, Basilio gets his revenge by arresting Sergeant Garcia and hoisting him in the air in the public square outside the cuartel. A large sign dares Zorro to rescue Garcia, but Diego knows Basilio will have hidden lancers throughout the area. When night arrives, so does Zorro, using Bernardo to help create a diversion that draws the soldiers out of town. Bernardo lures Basilio out of his office by offering to take him to Zorro, but the waiting outlaw instead uses his rope to hang the politician upside down in the square. The lancers return to free Basilio and he rides to the de la Vega hacienda to arrest Bernardo. Basilio accidentally discovers one of the house's secret passages. As he begins to explore, he surprises Diego and knocks him unconscious. Having finally solved the mystery of Zorro, Basilio celebrates by donning the black costume and mask, then steps outside on the balcony to savor the moment. Capitan Mendoza, who is waiting outside on guard duty, sees the figure of the infamous outlaw and shoots Zorro dead. Much to his surprise, he discovers he has killed Basilio, thus unwittingly protecting Zorro's secret identity.
#6 - The Legend of Zorro
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 19
Estevan still hopes to marry the wealthy Margarita but he knows that Zorro will continue to oppose him. Don Alejandro suggests that if Estevan were to settle down and begin farming, Zorro would realize that his intentions are honorable. He gives the visitor a small plot of land and wishes him well in his endeavor. The thought of working the land proves too much for Estevan and he announces he is moving back to Spain. His real plan, though, is quite different. He convinces Margarita to leave town with him and they head for the mission to be married, but their trip is interrupted by Zorro, who rides off in the carriage with Margarita. Estevan eventually follows them, but when he reaches the carriage, Zorro is gone. Margarita informs her suitor that she has just learned she can only inherit her father's fortune if she marries a California resident. She then suggests Estevan accept Alejandro's offer and become a farmer. Estevan realizes that his dreams of an easy and prosperous life will not come true in Los Angeles, so he tells Margarita he must return to Spain to fight in a war.
#7 - McHale and His Jet Set
McHale's Navy Season 3 - Episode 12
McHale and the boys help Binghamton get even, when he buys some ocean-front property in New Caledonia, from an unscrupulous Frenchman.
#8 - The Gay Caballero
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 16
Diego's uncle, Estevan de la Cruz, arrives in Los Angeles for an unannounced visit and surprises the de la Vegas when he tells them he plans to be their house guest. Furthermore, he expects them to give a lavish party to welcome him. All of this angers Don Alejandro, but to head off a family dispute, Diego convinces his father that Estevan will leave soon. His good intent proves to be a problem for Diego when Estevan later offers to sell several jewels to his friends. Estevan claims to have bought them in Spain, but Diego realizes the gems are fakes and that if sold, could bring shame on his family name. To prevent this, he tells Bernardo to steal the fakes, only to find they're already missing. Zorro captures the thieves and keeps the fake jewels so Estevan cannot swindle his friends. The thieves are turned over to Sergeant Garcia and Diego thinks the matter is settled, but Estevan has decided there is money to be made in Los Angeles and announces that he plans to extend his stay.
#9 - Exposing the Tyrant
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 29
Even with his stolen gold gone, Basilio plans to remain in Los Angeles as a wealthy man. He decides to do so in a way that will let him exert a hold over Moneta Esperon, the attractive daughter of a wealthy landowner. Basilio tells Garcia that Spanish law forbids citizens to possess items made in countries that are at war with Spain. Those that do will forfeit their entire households to those who inform on the lawbreakers. Garcia is soon convinced that this would allow him to become a don himself, and thus leave the harsh life of the army behind. He is tricked into taking Basilio to Don Esperon's home, where he identifies several items as being from England, France and Italy. The sergeant begins to regret his actions, but Basilio tells him he will be hanged for treason unless he cooperates. Zorro makes life miserable for Garcia by promising to carve a "Z" in his hide if he goes along with the plan. During the trial Garcia decides to speak up for Don Esperon, much to the viceroy's dismay. Zorro provides another surprise when he bursts into the courtroom and takes Basilio prisoner. He then uses his sword to cut away parts of his prisoner's clothing, proving that the items came from enemy countries. Zorro then demands that Basilio pronounce sentence on Esperon and the cornered criminal has no choice but to declare him innocent.
#10 - Elegy for a Hangman
Bonanza Season 4 - Episode 17
A stranger, Bob Jolly, arrives in Virginia City to accuse a drunken Judge Harry Whitaker of sending his innocent father, Carl, to the gallows. Adam defends the judge's honor because of his long friendship with the Cartwrights. After Adam talks with Jolly, he begins to believe his story. Upon further investigation, Adam discovers that Senator Cal Prince and Hobie Klinderman as well as the judge might have had a lot to gain from Carl Jolly's murder. In an attempt to learn what really happened, Adam organizes an informal meeting in the saloon.
#11 - The Missing Link
McHale's Navy Season 3 - Episode 14
Parker is in Binghamton’s dog house, again, but gets off the hook, when Leadbottom’s Niece – An Anthropology student, on a brief stay at Taratupa – Wants to keep Parker around as a study subject.
#12 - Treasure for the King
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 28
Basilio has begun to enjoy his stay in Los Angeles despite Zorro's interference. He is surprised at how well his war bonds are selling, for the landowners have decided to help support the Spanish government as much as possible. In fact, he and Capitan Mendoza have been able to collect three large chests full of gold. Mendoza suggests that they steal some for themselves before shipping it to Spain, but Basilio has a better idea. He wants it all. The two men construct a delayed action detonator designed to explode when the gold shipment is at sea so that the evidence of their crime will be destroyed. The next day the thieves pack the cases with rocks and load them on a cart that will take them to the ship bound for Spain. Zorro follows the shipment and narrowly saves the driver when the deadly cargo explodes ahead of schedule. Back in the pueblo, Basilio and Mendoza gleefully open the chests expecting to see their stolen gold. Instead, the boxes are full of sand and rocks, with a large "Z" inscribed in each of the lids.
#13 - An Affair of Honor
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 31
Pedro Avila, recently arrived in the pueblo, earns a meager living by betting other men that he can beat them in a sword fight. He tries to talk Diego into betting, but Diego refuse, as Diego knows he must keep his skill a secret. This gives Avila and his friend Tony Pineda an idea about how to get rich. They plan to force Diego into a duel, then allow the frightened man to buy his way out of the situation. They begin their plan by mistreating Don Alejandro, and Diego comes to his father's assistance. Avila promptly challenges him to a duel as planned. Afraid that his friend will be killed, Sergeant Garcia kidnaps Diego and leaves him tied up in a deserted shed. As a result, Diego is unable to defend the family's honor and Don Alejandro decides to take his place. Garcia is aghast at this turn of events, for he knows that Don Alejandro cannot hope to defeat the much younger man. He rushes back to the shed, frees Diego and tells him of his father's determination to best Avila. Diego switches to his Zorro garb and rides to the field of honor, where Avila has begun to win the contest. The mismatched duel ends when Zorro defeats Avila and warns him never to return.
#14 - Invitation to Death
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 33
The governor of California is attacked during a visit to Los Angeles with his daughter and aide, and barely escapes with his life. Taken to the de la Vega house to recover, he is much too weak to travel for several days. The aide, Capitan Arrellanos, tells Diego he suspects the attack to be the work of the Rebatos, a group that wants to sever ties with the government in Spain. Arrellanos declares himself acting governor until the wounded man recovers and orders an armed guard placed around the house. Several days later a mysterious stranger tells the capitan that if the governor were to die, he would become the true ruler of all California. Arrellanos succumbs to the temptation and orders the guards removed. This makes Diego and Bernardo suspicious, so while Diego dresses as Zorro, Bernardo uses a secret passageway to keep watch over the ailing governor. This precaution proves wise when a stranger sneaks into the room and tries to kill the governor. Bernardo steps out and knocks the attacker unconscious. Zorro takes the governor to another room and puts the would-be killer in the sick man's bed in his place. Two more men try to kill the governor and Zorro fights them both, but one succeeds in plunging a knife into the covered figure on the bed. Not until the next day do the killers learn they have failed to assassinate the governor, and instead killed one of their own.
#15 - Finders Keepers
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 39
Celesta Villagrana and her servant, Montez, are on their way to Los Angeles when a hooded robber stops them and steals her jewelry. The thief knocks the travelers to the ground then departs, leaving Celesta lying there unconscious. Bernardo rides by and sees a piece of jewelry glinting in the sunlight. He stops to pick it up but Celesta awakens and mistakes him for a thief. She screams, and Sergeant Garcia arrives in time to hear her accuse Bernardo, which leaves him no choice but to arrest the mute servant. The case appears to be a strong one and is further strengthened when Montez picks Bernardo out of a line-up. Diego is sure he saw a secret signal passed between Montez and a Señor Lopez who is watching the procedures, which has let Montez know whom to accuse. Hoping to clear his friend, Zorro confronts the two men as they talk that night in the tavern. He accuses them of being the real thieves, but they deny the charges. Zorro then uses his sword to slash open Lopez's coat and the jewelry falls to the ground, thus proving Bernardo's innocence.
#17 - A Baby for the Dukes
The Dukes of Hazzard Season 6 - Episode 2
The Dukes have a new visitor, A baby whom her mother hides in the General Lee while she is being pursued by he father-in-law's henchmen who are trying to get the baby back to her legal guardian - paternal grandfather - who hates "country bumpkins." Meanwhile, due to a cut in the county budget, Rosco and Enos have to ride around on horses.
#18 - Days of Shine and Roses
The Dukes of Hazzard Season 2 - Episode 1
After seeing an old film of when Boss Hogg and Uncle Jesse were in the Ridge runners Association running moonshine, An argument of who was the better moonshiner around causes Boss and Jesse to declare a grudge race to determine who is the best. Boss Hogg however, doesn't believe in fair play and must win no matter what.
#19 - Nothin' But the Truth
The Dukes of Hazzard Season 4 - Episode 19
Boss has a casino running in Hazzard County while a state gambling investigator is under way. So he frames the Dukes for possession of illegal gambling devices real good. But when he is accidentally injected with truth serum, he runs off at the mouth nothing but the truth - and gets himself into so much trouble.
#20 - Crash of Moons
Mystery Science Theater 3000 Season 4 - Episode 17
Movie Plot: Space Ranger Rocky Jones must evacuate a planet before it collides with another planet. Also riffed was another old episode of "General Hospital." On the SOL: Servo tries macramé / Joel creates a guitar that can be destroyed at a rock show and be put back together / Crow and Servo try to woo Gypsy / Joel sends Banner-grams to random points in the US / John Banner visits the SOL. In Deep 13: Dr. Forrester invents Deep 13 Toothpaste, which causes cavities. Original film made in 1954.
#21 - By-Line, Daisy Duke
The Dukes of Hazzard Season 3 - Episode 18
Boss Hogg hires a group of thieves that are stealing tractors from various farms in Hazzard County. While Daisy moonlights as a reporter at the Hazzard Gazette, Boss frames Bo and Luke for the thieves and sets it up so that Daisy's snapshot of the thieves are Bo and Luke. Dottie West performs at the Boar's Nest.
#22 - The Legacy
The Dukes of Hazzard Season 3 - Episode 13
A recently widowed old flame of Jesse's returns to Hazzard to claim an old debt owing to her late husband by Boss Hogg, but he refuses it. So she finds a legacy that the Dukes find in a mine under their property containing 9 full barrels of shine.
#23 - Tornado Is Missing
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 17
Estevan again becomes a problem for Diego when he decides to earn some easy money. Los Angeles is preparing for its annual horse race and Estevan would like to win the prize money, but his horse seems unlikely to win. His luck changes when he comes across Zorro's horse, Tornado, grazing in a hidden field, and he captures the animal. Diego and Bernardo are unable to find the horse despite an extensive search, so when Estevan mentions his plans to enter a mystery horse, they suspect he has stolen Tornado. Estevan shows his new acquisition to Sergeant Garcia, who immediately recognizes it as Zorro's horse. The sergeant informs Estevan of this fact, but the greedy visitor simply sees it as another chance to make money, by capturing Zorro if the outlaw attempts to save Tornado. Garcia, Reyes and Estevan set up a guard on the only door into the deserted winery where Tornado is being stabled, planning to surprise Zorro when he walks in. Suspecting a trap, the bandit instead enters through a loft, swings down to mount his prized horse and escapes into the night.
#24 - Brushfire
Emergency! Season 1 - Episode 5
Station 51 is called up to fight an out-of-control brushfire. An elderly woman breaks her ankle, a man is injured by a horse stampede, a looter is injured in a motorcycle accident, a boy breaks his arm and loses his dog, and a firefighter is trapped and injured under a fallen tree. The out-of-control brushfire also threatens the house of a pregnant woman in labor, who cannot be moved.
#25 - Ding, Dong, the Boss is Dead
The Dukes of Hazzard Season 5 - Episode 15
A mobster named Calloway is out to exact revenge on "the fat water buffalo" (Boss), for sending him to prison on his testimony. To thwart Calloway's plans to have Boss killed, the Dukes and Lulu announce that Boss has died and stage a phony funeral so that Calloway will back off. But then Calloway arrives at Boss' "funeral" to make sure his old enemy really is dead, forcing the Dukes to come up with another plan to foil the mobster's plans.
#26 - The Sound of Music - Hazzard Style
The Dukes of Hazzard Season 4 - Episode 15
Boss is excited about the Mickey Gilley charity concert at Hazzard Square. Not because of the music, but because of profit. He is working with record pirates who are making illegal recordings of the concert. However, when confronted by the FBI, they getaway in the General Lee framing Bo and Luke.
#27 - Uncle Boss
The Dukes of Hazzard Season 3 - Episode 7
Boss Hogg unleashes his "secret weapon" against the Dukes: his college-educated nephew Hughie Hogg comes to Hazzard with some dirty tricks and schemes to frame Bo and Luke into prison. The episode contains an extensive demonstration of the then-new video cassette recording technology (which will be at the heart of Hughie's scheme to video-record the Dukes confronting Boss at the bank) ... which seems to be just the thing to finally put Bo and Luke away for good, but just be careful not to get the tape too close to Cooter's giant magnet.
#28 - Witness for the Persecution
The Dukes of Hazzard Season 2 - Episode 9
Boss Hogg is an important goverment witness against one of the biggest racketeers in the south. But the racketeer has posted hitmen out to prevent Boss' testimony so Jesse offers the FBI to shelter him until the time comes for him to testify.
#29 - Please Believe Me
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 22
Anita is still hoping to find her father, but Sergeant Garcia has decided she is nothing but a liar and wants to send her back to Spain. Only Diego believes her story, and he tells her she needs to supply some proof of her father's existence. She mentions a package of letters her father sent to her, and Diego asks to see them. Anita goes to her room but quickly returns without them, claiming they have been stolen. When Don Alejandro again voices his doubts about her story, she claims the letters must have been taken by Rafael Gonzales, a driver who brought her to the city from her ship. This further angers Alejandro, who has known and trusted Gonzales for many years, and he arranges for her to leave on the next ship. Anita asks Ruiz, one of the de la Vega servants, to escort her to the mission so she can hide, and she offers to pay him in gold. He agrees and arranges for another man to accompany them, planning to rob the unsuspecting girl. Zorro saves her once more, this time using his rope to prevent her from falling to her death. This adventure makes Anita even more determined to stay in Los Angeles until she finds her missing father.
#30 - The Brooch
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 23
Don Alejandro remains firm in his wish to send Anita back to Spain and tells the girl to pack her bags. Gonzales arrives to take her to the ship and Anita gives Alejandro a goodbye kiss. She turns to climb aboard the carriage but Alejandro stops her, for Anita is wearing a brooch that he once gave to the mission to be sold at a charity auction. When she tells him her father sent it her in Spain, Alejandro finally believes her story about the missing man. He changes his mind and allows her to stay, then plans to research the sales records to learn who bought the brooch. Meanwhile, Ruiz and his partner, Guerrero, try once again to steal Anita's gold. They tell her to bring it to Castle Rock if she ever wants to see her father again. Anita takes the gold as instructed and is surprised to find Gonzales there, bound and gagged. Gonzales admits to Anita that he is her father and that he sent her to Spain for a good education. He was ashamed to admit his identity to her, for he had lied for years about being prosperous in order to encourage her to succeed. Now it appears they will die together, as Ruiz and Guerrero pull out knives and approach the reunited twosome. Zorro, who has been hiding nearby, steps out of the shadows and stops the killers. The next day, Gonzales and Anita head back to Spain together, happy to be together again at last.
#31 - The Hound of the Sierras
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 25
Thought to be hiding safely in the hills, fugitive Joe Crane instead has sneaked back into the pueblo hoping to recover his hunting rifle and the load of furs he gathered during the trapping season. He also wants to see Carlotta, the barmaid who accidentally started the fight between him and Don Carlos Fernandez. Determined to kill Crane, Fernandez and his servant Hernando are using a bloodhound named Lobo to track down the mountain man. They take the dog to the pueblo, intending to use Crane's rifle to give the dog his scent, but Diego realizes their plan and makes sure the dog picks up his scent instead. The searchers are amazed when Lobo leads them to Diego, but they find Crane's hat and Lobo picks up his scent. Crane is a wily opponent. He captures the dog in one of his traps, then takes on Fernandez and Hernando. He's helped by Zorro, who dislikes Fernandez, and once again he escapes. Before he goes, however, he steals another kiss from Carlotta, which further infuriates Fernandez.
#32 - Manhunt
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 26
Don Carlos Fernandez decides to draw Joe Crane into the open by laying claim to the mountain man's furs and burro. Diego tries to end the feud by offering to buy the goods, but Fernandez refuses. Only Crane's death will satisfy him now. When Crane hears that Fernandez has his furs, he reacts predictably and goes to the man's hacienda to fight for his possessions. Fernandez is ready and his men are concealed throughout the grounds, waiting to attack Crane on his orders. Just as he is about to give the command to kill Crane, Fernandez is surprised by the arrival of Zorro, who has suspected a trap. Zorro blocks a cowardly shot at Crane, who then knocks Fernandez unconscious. Hernando sets Lobo after the mountain man, but Crane gives a long whistle to the attacking animal. Surprisingly, Lobo reacts by stopping his charge, then wags his tail as he approaches Crane. The episode ends as Crane heads back into the mountains, his furs safely aboard his burro, and Lobo happily following behind him.
#33 - Welcome Back, Bo 'n' Luke
The Dukes of Hazzard Season 5 - Episode 19
Bo and Luke return to Hazzard after great season at the NASCAR Circuit and they won but they wanted to come home - which is ok since Coy and Vance have to leave Hazzard to take care of a sick relative. Meanwhile, Boss plans to foreclose on Cooter's garage - after Cooter owes a balloon mortgage payment - so he can put up a new shopping center.
#34 - The Bigger They Are
The Fall Guy Season 5 - Episode 22
A cop wants evidence against a club owner who sells PCP to kids.
#35 - Masquerade for Murder
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 35
Capitan Arrellanos continues his attempts to rule California by hiring Carmelo, a recent arrival to the pueblo, to kill the governor. Diego and Bernardo overhear the plan but don't act at once, hoping instead to learn who the other conspirators are. The governor has begun to recover and spends his time sitting outside on the patio, which prompts Don Alejandro to give a party to celebrate his better health. An unexpected danger arises when Arrellanos convinces Leonar to make the party a masquerade ball, for the capitan plans to sneak Carmelo into the party in a disguise. At the party, Diego sees that his father and someone else are both dressed as medieval executioners. He suspects the other man may be Carmelo, for this costume would enable him to come near the governor. Another costumed figure enters the ball, for Zorro slips in, determined to follow the executioners. One of them moves behind the governor and raises his axe, spurring Zorro into frantic action to stop the murder. The hooded figure escapes into the crowd, as does Zorro.
#36 - Long Live the Governor
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 36
The recovering governor is beginning to become irritated by his confinement to the de la Vega home. At times it seems as if the only thing that can pacify him is a music box. Almost as soon as it begins to play, the governor falls asleep. Knowing that the Rebatos are still trying to kill the governor, Diego uses the box to lull him to sleep then Bernardo moves him to safety. The capitan and five rebellious dons arrive at the hacienda and openly announce their plan to kill the governor. They tie up his daughter, Leonar, then spring into his bedroom ready for the kill. Finding it empty, they split up to search the house. Zorro attacks them one-by-one, until only the capitan remains free. Unable to surprise the traitor, Zorro engages him in a swordfight and kills him, thus ending the threat to the governor. The music box finally winds down and the governor awakens. He looks out the window and sees his would-be killers tied to a wall, where a huge "Z" has been carved to publicly announce who saved him.
#37 - Return of the Ridge Raiders
The Dukes of Hazzard Season 2 - Episode 20
The Ridge Raiders reunite to stop Boss Hogg from embezzling the money for the senior-citizens center to build a "Play Pen" girlie-joint by using bombs on his stills, properties etc. But Jesse tries to convince them to fight it the legal way.
#38 - The Late J.D. Hogg
The Dukes of Hazzard Season 3 - Episode 6
Boss manages to foreclose on the Duke farm fair and square, no thanks to his idiot deputy cousin Cletus, and also has them arrested fair and square on a federal charge. But he gets news from his physician that he only has two weeks to live and the only way to save him from the devil is to perform good deeds until it's time.
#39 - Hughie Hogg Strikes Again
The Dukes of Hazzard Season 4 - Episode 13
Hughie Hogg sneaks back into Hazzard County and eventually talks Boss into not kicking him out of town - for what he did last year. This time, he plans on taking over Cooter's garage and tearing it down to build the "Hoggominiums" that Boss always wanted.
#40 - The Missing Father
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 21
A mystery develops when a teenage girl arrives in the pueblo and asks for directions to a ranch no one has ever heard of. Anita Cabrillo has been studying at a boarding school, and she has come to visit her father, whom she has not seen in many years. Anita attracts a small crowd when she asks about Don Cabrillo, who is unknown in the city, and Diego offers to let her stay at his house until the mystery can be solved. Anita has barely arrived there when she screams, then tell Diego and Don Alejandro that someone tried to enter her room. Alejandro begins to think Anita is subject to delusions, but Diego senses that someone may be trying to scare her out of town for some unknown reason. The intrigue continues when Anita sneaks away that night and rides into the woods. Zorro follows and hears a voice that warns Anita to return to Spain or be killed. Believing her to be in immediate danger, he rushes in to save her. Instead, he scares her into attempting to escape, and only Tornado's great speed enables Zorro to save Anita from riding off a treacherous cliff in the dark.
#41 - The Captain Regrets
Zorro (1957) Season 2 - Episode 34
Capitan Arrellanos refuses to help the Rebatos any longer in their attempts to kill the governor. Instead, he chooses another plan designed to make him the head of the government. He asks the governor's daughter to declare her father too ill to continue in office. Furious at this request, Leonar refuses to cooperate. She then tells her father of the aide's plot. The governor tells Arrellanos he is to be replaced, so the soldier decides to accept the rebels' offer of help. A Rebato agent provides a drugged bottle of wine to eliminate the governor's guards, so when Sergeant Garcia and Corporal Reyes accept the kind offer of a drink from the capitan, they are soon unconscious. Seeing that the governor is once again unprotected, Diego switches to his secret identity as Zorro to foil Arrellano's plot. The capitan and two assassins creep into the governor's room, but Zorro is ready. Arrellanos manages to escape by threatening to kill Garcia but he is stopped by Bernardo, who drops a large flower pot on the fleeing traitor. The governor doesn't believe his aide is guilty and thus his life remains in danger.
#42 - Duke of Duke
The Dukes of Hazzard Season 2 - Episode 13
Gaylord Duke, the Dukes' cousin from London, England comes to Hazzard to claim a property that was willed to him, but the property has back taxes owed on it, which Boss Hogg is planning to buy for nothing at an auction.
#43 - Witness: Jesse Duke
The Dukes of Hazzard Season 5 - Episode 18
Uncle Jesse is blinded while trying to foil a robbery. But the robbers won't rest until Jesse's dead. So they go to Hazzard to track him down while Coy, Vance and Daisy decide to hide their sitting duck uncle at Boss' house.
#44 - Manhunt in Space
Mystery Science Theater 3000 Season 4 - Episode 13
Movie Plot: Two Space Rangers stop traitors from stealing intergalactic cargo. Also riffed was part of an old "General Hospital" episode. On the SOL: Servo realizes he is color-blind and thinks that everyone is red / Servo and Crow play doctor / the Crew discusses the uses of the word "space" / Winky stops by for a visit / Joel turns Crow into a guitar. In Deep 13: The Mads wear beanbag pants and have a discussion salon. Original film made in 1956.
#45 - Big Brothers, Duke
The Dukes of Hazzard Season 5 - Episode 20
Bo and Luke become big brothers to a young boy who steals the General Lee, hubcaps, etc. But Bo and Luke try and point him in the right direction. Meanwhile, Boss hasn't been eating lately because he hasn't found a crooked deal in quite some time.
#46 - Losers Weepers (1)
The Fall Guy Season 4 - Episode 1
A cast of comedians, an insurance agent and the theft of $3 million interact in this episode.
#47 - Dead Bounty
The Fall Guy Season 4 - Episode 9
Colt has to leave his prisoner in the care of the local sheriff and finds that, during the night, his prisoner has been severely beaten and is in a coma. The sheriff accuses Colt of brutality and Colt becomes a fugitive.
#49 - Rockabye Baby
The Fall Guy Season 4 - Episode 19
Colt trails a bail-jumping girl singer accused of murder. Cameos: The Four Tops, the Temptations, LaToya Jackson.
#50 - A Fistful of Lire
The Fall Guy Season 5 - Episode 4
Colt has to protect an Italian village.
#51 - The Last Chance Platoon
The Fall Guy Season 5 - Episode 16
Colt becomes the drill instructor for a platoon of misfits.
#52 - Big Daddy
The Dukes of Hazzard Season 5 - Episode 6
Boss frames Coy and Vance by putting a hot license plate on the General Lee. But Boss calls off the chase when he is told that his daddy is coming to Hazzard who is supposedly a Good Samaritan - but his driver robs them.