Homesteaders refuse to testify after they see two of Crown's best friends dragged behind horses, then later find them hanged; guests Mark Lenard, David Brian, Dub Taylor.
A soldier deserts and joins an outlaw gang to avoid being stationed at an Army post commanded by his father, whom he hasn't seen since childhood; guests Andrew Duggan, John Voight, Don Pedro Colley.
A former convict holds wounded Francis hostage, demanding the marshal's help to free transferred prisoners; guest Broderick Crawford.
A murderer takes Crown's badge and I.D. papers and leaves behind his trademark hat and silver-plated shotgun; guests Donnelly Rhodes, Mariette Hartley, Jack Elam, Timothy Carey.
A discharged cavalryman takes advantage of Crown's absence to try his former superior in a mock court; guests Steve Forrest, Gerald S. O'Loughlin, John Milford.
A stranger claims there is a link between Jack the Ripper and killings of dance-hall girls in Cimarron City; guests Philip Carey, Tom Skerritt, Grace Lee Whitney.
A white girl raised by Indians falls in love with Crown and helps him track down a band of raiders; guests Tuesday Weld, Morgan Woodward, Robert Phillips.
An outlaw escapes from prison, vowing revenge on Crown for having fooled him into stealing sacks of worthless paper instead of an Army payroll; guests Robert Lansing, Slim Pickens.
A cowboy sentenced to act as a town's deputy marshal faces a dilemma when his former running mates are released from jail and arrive to make trouble in his community; guests James Stacy, Charles Dierkop.
A vengeful outlaw betrayed by his cohorts in an Army payroll robbery takes the papers of a Texas lawman he murdered and gets a job with Crown; guests J.D. Cannon, Lyle Betteger, Marj Dusay.
An unruly band of unemployed wolf hunters begin demanding jobs, opening up a long-festering feud between homesteaders and cattlemen; guests Albert Salmi, Morgan Woodward, Denver Pyle.
Crown must fire a careless cowhand to whom he gave a job, only to have the man join a group of outlaws planning to kill the marshal; guests Warren Oates, Ken Swofford.
A family of settlers runs into tragedy after refusing to wait for government approval and claiming land in a valley linked with superstition and legend; guests Leslie Nielsen, Lola Albright, Simon Oakland.
After killing an outlaw in the marshal's absence, MacGregor finds himself in a neighboring town's jail, held for murder by a enemy of Crown's; guests Suzanne Pleshette, Clifton James.
Sibling outlaws rescuing a captive brother shoot Crown and leave him for dead, only to have their father post a $500 reward for the return of the marshal's body; guests Joseph Cotten, Martha Scott, Jim Davis.
A cavalry veteran, wild with grief over the death of a friend, takes his revenge on those he feels have civilized the Wild West; guests Richard Boone, Robert Duvall, Morgan Woodward.
Crown tricks a young outlaw into revealing his gang's robbery plans, only to have the angry youth kidnap Dulcey as part of a plan to gain revenge on the marshal; guests Peter Kastner, John Anderson.
A beating, a fire and other incidents plague the town after three local Indians watch a slanted Wild West show about an Indian massacre; guest Warren Gates.
Two wanted brothers turn themselves into Crown, only to become the targets of a bounty-seeking gunmen; guests James Gregory, David Carradine, Steve Ihnat, Dennis Cross.
As word spreads that Congress has cancelled land leases held by cattlemen, farmers plan to cross the Cimarron River and move in; guests Telly Savalas, Warren Oates, R.G. Armstrong, Andrew Duggan.
A gunslinger and an ambitious saloon-keeper plan to take over the strip by claiming that Crown is covering up the crimes of a wealthy rancher's unstable son; guests Pat Hingle, Steve Forrest.
After being saved from the hangman's noose, an outlaw enlists the aid of an Indian girlfriend to launch a series of raids from a base in Cherokee territory.
An outlaw with a $10,000 reward on his head finds members of his own gang turning against him after he kills one of them in the Cimarron jail; guests John Saxon, Henry Silva, Michael Strong.