A Missile launch, sleeping in and Daylight Saving make for an interesting Monday morning. The Douglas household is a chaotic affair of lost indian arrow heads for Chip's turn in show and tell at School, Robbie's missing trumpet and some important lost plans of Steve's that Mike has nearly burned in the incinerator.
A Spanish military expedition chasing a French revolutionary mistakes Boone for its quarry; guests Cesar Romero, Mike Mazurki.Watch Now:Amazon
Daniel, Mingo, and pal Jeremiah intercede to prevent reprisals when a stubborn Welshman begins mining coal from Tuscarora land
Chip brags to his new playmate that his genius brother Robbie can fix almost anything. Soon Robbie is repairing a Grand Piano and has five minutes to have it fixed before the boy's mother comes in and wants to practise a new tune on it.
The sister of a British officer lies that she narrowly escaped an Indian massacre; Boone must avert war.
An ambush on the way to New Orleans leaves Boone in possession of a famous pirate s journal.Watch Now:Amazon
Chip begins to think it would be great to be an older brother, so he wishes for a little sister. After the new Hawkins family move into the vacant house across the street, a wild sequence of events results from an improbable case of mistaken identity -- an infant is somehow confused with a leg of lamb left in the boot of Steve's station wagon.
A former Continental Army officer (George Sanders) uses a smallpox threat to raise troops against Indians.
Mingo arranges a prison break to free Boone after a couple frames him for murder; guest Joanna Moore.
Mike Douglas is highly vocal in his criticism for the Sports page of the high school newspaper and to prove his point he is given one shot at revamping it, and he tackles the job with gusto.
Mingo struggles with his divided heritage when an Indian council announces the British will help recapture Indian land.
The Annual School ragdrive starts Chip off on a scavenger hunt of the neighbourhood. Everytime Miss Pitts looks out the window she sees strange happenings at the Douglas household. She sees Bub outdoors waving a bottle that looks like whiskey,and later, Robbie carrying in a dummy that she thinks is Bub smashed to the nines. Later she goes over to talk to Steve about her concerns, and sees Chip in his bedroom hitting the dummy and when it accidentally falls out of the upstairs window, she faints on the sidewalk.
Strange happenings greet Rebecca and Israel when they visit a seaside house left to Rebecca by her uncle.Watch Now:Amazon
A bondsman (Peter Whitney) insists on returning a runaway slave (Brock Peters) unshackled by Boone.
Yadkin's trickery leaves Boone the unexpected, and unwilling, owner of indentured Irish sisters (Fay Spain, Nina Shipman).
A dream about a man whom Daniel thought was dead is followed by the appearance of three men at his door demanding that he take them to the site of a bloody Native American massacre.
After returning from a trip to Virginia, Daniel and Mingo tell via flashback how they met the legendary Benjamin Franklin and almost got themselves shanghaied to England in the process.
A remote outpost in Greenland is endangered when an experiment is disrupted, causing the mind of a psychiatrist to be switched with that of a madman.Watch Now:AmazoniTunes
A cook (Philip Proctor) posing as a French prince falls in love in Boonesborough;
Because she once ""magically"" saved the life of an Indian brave, Victoria is forcibly brought to an Apache camp to treat the chief's dying son. In awe of Victoria, who he believes to possess special curative powers since she treated him, Apache brave Nemo demands that she similarly aid the critically wounded son of his tribal chief. Victoria's own life is in the balance when she realizes there is little hope for the injured man.