Kojak tries to find the parties responsible for the murder of an undercover cop.
Paladin is asked to look for a missing brother, no matter the cost. When he finds out he's been missing for seven years, he accepts this task even though it will take him into the hostile Indian territory of the Nez Perce.
Steve takes a week's vacation from the family where he soon finds that he can fall in love with someone as easily as fall out of love with them. Sure that an older couple he's met are trying to play matchmaker, Fran is unsociable towards Steve at first until he points out that he only came along on the trip to appease his fellow campers.
Robbie is baffled when his girlfriend rejects the excitement of his new motor in favor of standard feminine frills. He tries to win her over by telling the boys on the football team that no girls are allowed, knowing this will upset her as she is considered one of the guys.
A veteran police officer whose gambling has put him in financial straits decides to go on the take.
Paladin is hired by the wife of a weak man who's terrorized by his hometown. The Southerner is hated because of his role in the Lincoln assassination.
When his tailor is killed in an accident at a supposedly worthless gold mine, Paladin discovers that the man was murdered and his heirs are being swindled.
Paladin is hired to protect a town from a mountain man who occasionally wreaks havoc there.
A detective (Harry Guardino) conceals his terminal illness from everyone while pursuing his partner's murderer.
Bricks and mortar figure in a wife's plan to end her husband's suffering.
Already confronted with problems at home, Detective Jeff Braddock must face the inquiry of the murder of his mistress, while Kojak investigates the bombing of a restaurant.
Stranded in a mountain cabin during a snowstorm, a sinister, Satan-worshipping outlaw bets Paladin he can do the unthinkable: corrupt the soul of an honest lawman.
A woman (Lynne Marta) who smuggled two twenty dollar plates in her fake cast is running from the man who murdered her boyfriend.
After local boozing champ Big Fontana cheats Paladin in a drink-off, sickly Boise Peabody convinced he'll die by morning, challenges the sneaky fast draw to a shootout. Paladin helped Boise hide from fellow miners who are so lonely for female company they want Boise to dress up like a woman. The dying Boise realizes he's been afraid all his life, so decides he'll go out like a lion.
Paladin goes after a wagon-master who led the massacre of his own wagon train. Rusty Doggett hides out in a town entirely populated by wanted outlaws. Finding someone to betray Doggett in the Bide-a-Wee Saloon is no problem, but crossing the death-line with his prisoner is very tricky. How much justice can Paladin bargain for in Hell ?
The wife of a loathsomely ill farmer decides to force nature's hand with the help of an old crone skilled in the black arts.
A businesslike widow goes shopping for the cheapest funeral she can buy.
Convinced that her husband is trying to worry her to death, a distraught housewife files a complaint with the police.
To head off a bloody war between rival crime families, Kojak must find out who committed a series of murders in Chinatown and bring them to justice.
A gangster on the lam engages the services of a compliant exporter.
While debunking ancient cults, an academic unwisely scoffs at the wrong god.
A vignette about a babysitter and her latest client.
Dr. Jekyll tries out a new potion.
An unscrupulous medicine man in the Old West promises restored healthâ€”or a resurrectionâ€”to a poor farmer's dying daughter.
Yet another vignette about vampires (and those who hunt them).
Edgar Allan Poe receives some unwanted coaching during a bout with writer's block.
An innocent man is pardoned by the governor, thanks to the Lone Ranger and Tonto.
A highfalutin lawyer from New York City gets caught up with a gang of outlaws who believe him to be a counterfeiter.
A grizzled old prospector gets 2000 dollars for a worthless mine from two shady characters. When he is killed, the Lone Ranger and Tonto get into the act.
The Lone Ranger's nephew, Dan Reid, helps the masked man and Tonto apprehend a silent, hooded outlaw and his gang who have been preying on travelers.
The Lone Ranger upholds freedom of the press and prevents a great amount of abuse that is being perpetrated by the editor and publisher of The Daily Star.
The Lone Ranger and Tonto take on a band of outlaws who, masquerading as Indians, have been killing and destroying the homesteaders and their homes in Pine Valley.