A survivor of an Indian attack insists on accompanying John on a wild horse roundup on Indian lands.
Victoria and Wind are among the hostages of an outlaw (Edmond O'Brien) whose bank-robbery plans go awry.
A war engulfs the Cannons when they help a wounded Apache leader wanted for murder.
Attacks plague the Montoya property after Don Domingo (Gilbert Roland) announces plans to sell.
Victoria and Mano's grief is compounded when they learn their late father left his estate to a surprise heir; attacks plague the Montoya property after Don Domingo (Gilbert Roland) announces plans to sell.
The Cannons recall when lawman John had to arrest Buck for bank robbery and murder; guest Gary Busey.
Wind finds evidence to back up the Cannons' suspicions about a wounded man who claims he was an Indian captive.
Dan Casement returns to Tucson in pursuit of the outlaws who destroyed his home and killed his infant grandson.
A traveling fight promoter (Nehemiah Persoff) fumes when Buck takes away his 11-year-old Mexican charge.
A young Apache's efforts to ease tensions between his people and white men are undermined by a belligerent chieftain.
Manolito is saved by an old buddy (Monte Markham) from gold-theft charges, but is later framed for murder.
Over Victoria and Manolito's objections, John supplies guns, ammunition and horses to Mexican revolutionaries.
John must give in to the demands of a blackmailer to prevent him from goading Buck into a no-win gun battle.
Indians stalk Victoria and her escorts as they bring the infant survivor of a raid, and his grandfather, back to the ranch.
Wind, a half-Indian boy, tries to repay the Cannons after they save him from a being lynched as a rustler.
Manolito poses as a drifter to capture three highwaymen who stole his money and horse.
Buck escapes from ranch life by spending the Fourth of July in the roughest town in the territory.
John and Don Sebastian unite against a revolutionary (Alejandro Rey) raiding both their properties.
Victoria is captured by a lone Indian after becoming separated from Buck and Manolito during a perilous journey across the desert.
A newspaper editor admires Billy Blue's drawings and offers him a high-paying job in the city.
An old Army buddy hires Buck to guide a detachment of soldiers transporting military gold through Indian territories.
Vacationing John and Victoria return to near disaster after leaving the ranch in the hands of Buck, Manolito and Billy Blue.
Attacking bandits strand Buck in the desert and force kidnapped Victoria to work as a cantina hostess in an outlaw town.
Manolito and Buck's practical joke -- having Billy Blue sworn in as a deputy -- backfires when the real sheriff must leave.
The Cannons become embroiled in the confrontation between a neighbor and the cavalry officer who is determined to arrest him for desertion.
Cannon houseguest Don Sebastian provokes an Indian attack by insisting on having all the comforts of home.
Questions about a ranch hand who refuses to wear a gun are answered when his gunslinging past surfaces.
The foreman threatens to quit when he and John disagree over a drifter John hired for a cattle drive.
Buck and Manolito have problems when they seek an easier life by buying their own cattle ranch.
A prison doctor (John Colicos) accused of killing his patients is the only one who can save ailing Victoria.
Attacks on men and cattle bring the Cannons' hired hands to the point of resigning; guest Gregory Sierra.
Buck and Manolito try to reform two teens (Jo Ann Harris, Heather Menzies) caught rustling cattle.
Hoping to avert war, Manolito accompanies a bounty-hunter friend to pick up an Apache murder suspect.
Billy Blue refuses to believe a girl (Pamela Dunlap) he loves and her father are blackmailing John.
An Apache once saved by Victoria drags her to his camp and orders her to cure his chief's injured son.
Buck offers his help and a proposal of marriage when he falls for the head (Joanna Moore) of a troubled freight company.
An Apache chief (Chief Dan George) grabs Billy Blue and threatens him with death if the Army makes a planned attack.
Stranded in the desert after a bandit attack, Manolito, Victoria and wounded John hide in a deserted town.
Billy Blue, left in charge, faces humiliation when bandits steal his father's prize stallion.
Bandits steal Manolito's tempestuous girlfriend and the money entrusted to him to buy cattle; guest Malachi Throne.
Victoria offers jewelry as collateral so Manolito can invest with Buck in a silver mine, which turns out worthless.
When John ignores complaints about work assignments, angry Buck leaves the Cannon ranch for good; guest Lou Frizzell.
Manolito's rekindled romance with a childhood sweetheart takes a tragic turn when comancheros try to settle an old score.
Billy Blue makes a difficult decision when a hot-tempered gunfighter (James Mitchum) publicly challenges him to a duel.
Victoria befriends the son of an accused murderer, but the boy flees classmates' taunts to rejoin his fugitive father.
Don Sebastian, wounded by an assassin, pretends to be dying to force Manolito to marry and take over the Cannon ranch.
Buck is in danger when he tries to find an old girlfriend's (Bethel Leslie) missing spouse; guest Pamelyn Ferdin.
Buck is faced with a dilemma when a new hand he hired, who is Billy Blue's idol, is nothing but a thief.
John and Billy Blue set themselves up for attack to prove an Indian agent has hired a renegade chief to steal government cattle.
A cavalry deserter (Frank Gorshin) convinces Buck to buy his camel, promising the animal will revolutionize cattle herding.
Neglected Victoria leaves the Cannon ranch with Manolito to find peace with her father; guest Kathleen Crowley.
Billy Blue endangers the Cannon peace treaty and becomes an Apache prisoner after freeing a white girl.
Manolito's hunt for excitement leads him to rob a bandit friend to help a woman (Elizabeth Allen) and her followers.
John backs a competitor to an established freight hauler (Robert Clary) faking Indian attacks to raise prices.
Manolito disregards John's advice and decides to help his Irish miner friend strike to protest working conditions.
An old friend of Victoria and Manolito's admits he is the leader of a Mexican gang seeking Indian scalps for profit.
A black Army deserter (Paul Winfield) accused of murder takes Billy Blue hostage and forces him to help in an escape plan.
A priest (Ricardo Montalbán) asks the Cannons for financial help to find a religious statue, then gives the money to the poor.
Three convicts frame John for the murder of a Mexican shepherd's daughter and will kill him unless a ransom is paid.
Victoria's idea that John buy a squatter's last turkey leads to complications involving a local Indian chief.
An all-black cavalry troop answers Tucson's request for troops to oppose a powerful town boss; guest Yaphet Kotto.
The daughter (Bonnie Bedelia) of a half-Apache man (Robert Loggia) helps him escape after he is nabbed for raiding the ranch.
Victoria rescues an injured man (Kevin McCarthy) after his stagecoach is attacked, then learns he has sworn to kill John.
John convinces an editor to open Tucson's first newspaper, but exposing local corruption puts the man in danger.
Don Sebastian fails to honor a promise to sell a hamlet to its inhabitants after Vaquero inherits the purchase price.
An escaped Mexican bandit (Anthony Caruso) returns to destroy the Cannon ranch and avenge his imprisonment.
Buck's illusions about saloon ownership are shattered when a temperance group targets his new establishment.
The Cannon ranch foreman vows revenge when he learns his daughter has been killed by his adopted brother.
John is caught between warring tribes when he feeds Apache children, including Geronimo's grandson, orphaned by Pimas.
The son of an Apache chief fumes when a wild stallion he tries to capture is finally taken by Billy Blue.
A man, disfigured by John during the Civil War, kidnaps Victoria to force a showdown in the high country.
John protects a priest (Ramon Novarro) traveling with two nuns and a girl whose demented fiance wants her back.
A miner closed down by Apache raids ignores John's objections and hires a bounty hunter.
Billy Blue falls for the adopted Apache daughter (Barbara Hershey) of a peace envoy he is guiding to Cochise.
The Cannons capture a wounded bandit leader (Ricardo Montalbán) who threatens to destroy the ranch unless he is freed.
Injured, dehydrated Buck must rely on two Apaches he trained as ranch hands when an Apache war party captures the trio.
Manolito endures a test of courage to free a white woman (Claire Wilcox) held captive by Apaches for five years.
Buck encourages Billy Blue to fight a boxing champion (Charles Aidman) to win money for a silver saddle.
After 15 years, the Cannons' uncle (Jack Lord) arrives, wounded, and fails to reveal he is chased by bounty hunters.
Gold seekers driven from an abandoned mine on the Cannon ranch return to take revenge; guest Leo Gordon.
John and Billy Blue force a wounded Apache to lead them to water, but an Indian chief captures them along the way.
A renegade chief stalks an Apache peace representative (X Brands) negotiating for Cochise at the Cannon ranch.
A Mexican bandit turned revolutionary (Fernando Lamas) plans to publicly execute Cannon ranch hands as a show of power.
Manolito frees from jail an old friend (Henry Silva), a revolutionary, unaware he plans to kill Mexico's exiled president.
John's cowhands join a posse that invades Montoya land while searching for bandits; guest Robert Lansing.
Buck alienates John by working for a lovely widow (Patricia Barry) conducting illegal deals.
A widow (Geraldine Brooks) whose husband once owned the High Chaparral hires a gunfighter to drive off the Cannons.
Billy Blue defends an Apache woman from an Army lieutenant, then faces murder charges after the man dies.
A bank clerk from the East tries to start a cattle ranch, but unwittingly buys diseased animals.
A dentist who saved Billy Blue from a showdown proves to be an untrue friend when Billy is kidnapped.
A disturbed Civil War veteran, a former friend of Buck's, takes Buck, Victoria, Manolito and Don Sebastian prisoner at the ranch.
John is unable to buy Mexican beef to fulfill a contract because ranchers are forced to sell to a ruthless buyer.
Don Sebastian suspects a prank when Manolito and Billy Blue arrive to buy his second-best bull, so he has the animal stolen.
Temptation sidetracks Buck, Manolito and Billy Blue when they head for Tucson to buy supplies.
Cochise threatens to kill three deserters who murdered Indians unless an Army captain (Warren Stevens) returns Apache hostages.
Victoria, returned after being kidnapped by Apaches, receives two offers to leave her loveless marriage.
Don Sebastian wants to seal the alliance by marrying his daughter, Victoria, to John and sending his son with her.
John Cannon, having lost his wife to attacking Apaches, negotiates a defense agreement with his Mexican neighbor.