Tarzan tries to stop a blood thirsty Colonel from taking over an African village with his soldiers of fortune. Tarzan has been rendered deaf by an exploding hand grenade, effectively limiting one of his keen senses. Tarzan relies on his telepathic powers to a lion.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
Though still deafened by grenades, Tarzan relies on his animal friends to help him elude the colonel's heavily-armed soldiers.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
A deadly survival test pits Tarzan against an electronic computer. The jungle lord is being tracked by a tribe of native killers, directed by a scientist who uses a computer to predict Tarzan's every move.
Favor finds a circus that is lost. Pascal the owner and clown beats his wife, Jenny, who wants to run away with Dario the other half of her high wire act.
Mushy tells Wish he sees Santa Claus (Mr. Bateman) in the middle of August, in the middle of Texas. He's lost. He keels over. He, his wife Mag, and their nine year old boy, Danny, are on their way to New York. Danny won't last till Xmas.
"The Sally Bell" a cargo ship with $2 million in narcotics en route to the U.S. from Hong Kong, is initially lost with her crew at sea, now mysteriously shows up at a salvage yard. The only survivor, Gus Wander, knows the secret of her special cargo with only one big problem -- he's currently unconscious.
Rowdy's ex-commanding officer, Jeff McKeever, is part of a band of confederates not willing to admit the war is over. They have stolen $50,000. Wish shoots one of them in the holdup, Decker. Decker stumbles into Favor's camp with the strongbox and dies. McKeever posing as a deputy sheriff along with Jim Newton come for the money. Wish recognizes McKeever as one of the robbers. Newton escapes. The rebel leader Colonel Reed, poisons steers, shoots one of Favor's men, poison the water hole, stampedes the herd with blasting powder, and captures Hey Soos in an attempt to get Favor to give up the money and McKeever.
The residents of Tin Bucket claim the Cartwrights and Candy are dealing in stolen cattle hides. With most of the town accusing Joe, Hoss and Candy of various crimes, it is Ben who faces the most serious trouble when he determines who is actually responsible for the hide thefts.
In the third and final installment of the Rossi family, Georgio Rossi doesn't understand why he cannot allow Indians who have left the reservation to live on his land.
Candy helps the widow of a man he shot and killed in self defense, unaware she is plotting revenge against him.
Trampas and two cowhands drive a herd of cattle to a remote army fort. Trampas must go to Triste, which is almost a ghost town, to receive the money for the herd. He encounters an old companion, Lee Knight, who is a gun fighter tired of life. He tries challenge Trampas to a gun fight which Trampas tries to avoid. Although Trampas tells the two cowhands to stay away from Triste, they go anyway to celebrate. It results in their use as bait by Knight to goad Trampas into a gun fight.
A dangerous woman and her hired thugs threaten to destroy a native village unless Tarzan submits to being their prisoner.
An Army deserter accused of murder takes Billy Blue as hostage. Graham Jessup enlists Billy Blue to help him escape by fabricating a story that he has been mistreated because he is a Negro. Jessup makes Billy his prisoner when the young man hesitates to lead him into forbidden Apache land. The pair are cornered in the forbidden land by a large band of Indians, complicating the rescue efforts of John Cannon, Buck and the cavalry.
Bandits take advantage of Manolito's affinity for a pretty face by absconding with one of his girlfriends and cash, the theft of which threatens the loss of the Cannon ranch. Entrusted with money to buy a huge cattle herd, Manolito is overpowered by Matar and Kyle who head for the border with both the booty and Manolito's fiery girlfriend, Juanita. John Cannon, Buck and Blue and Manolito give chase but it is the feminine wiles of Juanita and Victoria Cannon with which the bandits soon learn they must contend.