O'Rourke and Agarn ask Wild Eagle to kidnap two women so they can try to prove the importance of Fort Courage.
When Chief Eagle joins F Troop to get a tooth pulled, he winds up commanding the fort.
O'Rourke and Agarn help Parmenter study for promotion to major.
A wealthy carpetbagger (James Gregory) buys Fort Courage and orders F Troop out.
O'Rourke and Agarn bring a marriage broker (Mary Wickes) to the fort.
O'Rourke, Agarn and Parmenter go under cover to nab a gunrunner who is trading with the Apaches.
Agarn's dashing Cossack cousin threatens to steal Jane away from Parmenter.
Charged with causing O'Rourke's death, Agarn faces a firing squad.
A rock 'n' roll group threatens to lure Agarn away from F Troop.
Count Sforza from Transylvania looks and acts like a vampire, which is enough to panic F Troop.
F Troop sets out to snare a wild stallion, but ends up captured.
A 147-year-old Indian chief decides to capture Fort Courage and win back the U.S.
O'Rourke has to talk a 10-year-old boy out of enlisting in the Cavalry.
F Troop faces the wrath of a karate killer when they give haven to a beautiful Japanese girl.
A pair of American Indian renegades kidnap Parmenter, but just want some company.
A larcenous con artist takes over the operation of O'Rourke's beloved saloon.
Parmenter and Agarn are slated for an Army survival test, frontier style.
Jinxed Wrongo Starr (Henry Gibson) stands alone against oncoming Apaches.
Parmenter's look-alike, the gunman Kid Vicious, terrorizes Fort Courage.
A Sicilian chef challenges Agarn when Agarn goes after his beloved daughter.
Parmenter's husband-hunting sister (Patty Regan) arrives at the fort.
The fort needs an expert bugler to impress a general, but Dobbs is the Army's worst bugler.
O'Rourke's devilish father arrives from Ireland while the sergeant is on vacation.
Agarn's vote will decide an election, and O'Rourke schemes to make it pay off handsomely.
O'Rourke and Agarn ransom an heiress (Julie Newmar) after American Indians kidnap her.
O'Rourke and Agarn resign from the Army to become land promoters.
O'Rourke seeks the help of an Indian detective (Milton Berle) to clear Agarn of theft charges.
O'Rourke, Agarn and Parmenter try to stop a train robbery that could cost O'Rourke his saloon.
A Prussian colonel (Harvey Korman) arrives to teach the soldiers ballooning.
A federal order threatens to split up F Troop; Agam trains G Troop, which is worse than F Troop.
A Mountie arrests Agarn for fur theft and steals Jane's heart.
The town drunk (Frank McHugh) poses as commander to impress his daughter.
Chief Wild Eagle fakes an attack on Fort Courage to keep his tribe in good standing.
O'Rourke's promotion to lieutenant endangers his secret business ventures.
Parmenter's mother (Jeanette Nolan) wants him sent to a safer post.
O'Rourke plans to make money on Wild Eagle's nephew in the camp's sharpshooting contest.
Agarn keeps seeing an Indian sneaking around the fort, but no one else does.
O'Rourke installs Agarn as cook so they can pad the food supply list.
A fight breaks out just before the troop would be recognized for having high morals.
When the soldiers learn they are not legally in the Army, Wilton is forced to man the fort alone.
O'Rourke's past catches up with him at a 25th anniversary party given to him by Army friends.
The leader (Zsa Zsa Gabor) of a band of gypsies convinces Agarn he is their long-lost king.
Agarn and O'Rourke plot to have Parmenter marry Wrangler Jane.
After being chosen by the Army to test a bullet-proof vest, F Troop is infiltrated by spies.
A new commander (Andrew Duggan) orders F Troop to kill the Hekawis.
Capt. Parmenter plays poker to win back F Troop's lost pension fund.
Agarn goes on a manhunt for his look-alike cousin, the notorious bandit El Diablo.
Agarn is betrothed to a pretty widow whose four husbands all died mysteriously.
Agarn courts disaster when he falsely boasts of killing Geronimo.
After selling his tribal lands to a railroad, Wild Eagle relocates his people inside the fort.
Parmenter must marry Silver Dove or arouse the anger of her Hekawi tribe.
Parmenter launches a search for the source of the whiskey the Indians are drinking.
An attractive saloon-owner (Lee Meriwether) aims to acquire O'Rourke's whiskey outlet.
A con man moves in on O'Rourke's enterprises by selling worthless land as gold mines.
As a reward for saving Chief Wild Eagle's life, Parmenter is given an Indian baby.
O'Rourke thinks a lovely singer (Laura Lee) is coming to visit Dobbs.
Agarn leaves the troop to become an Indian in the Hekawi tribe.
Capt. Parmenter becomes a tough disciplinarian after attending command school.
Parmenter's old girlfriend (Linda Marshall) wants him to return to Philadelphia.
Parmenter and badman Sam Urp shoot it out on the main street of town.
Parmenter tries to tame a wild Indian by giving him a birthday party.
Agarn thinks he is dying and sends a confession to Washington.
A British major arrives to teach methods for fighting American Indians.
O'Rourke loans the Hekawis a cannon for their moon festival, then can't get it back.
A fake American Indian attack is ordered to help Parmenter's image.