An ailing newborn complicates Hondo's confrontation with a bandit (Jack Elam) and a greedy Indian chief.
The Apache Kid (Nick Adams) escapes from Hondo and terrorizes a couple (Annette Funicello, David Nelson).
Hondo must both escort a U.S. agent to sign a peace treaty and rescue Sam from a dogfight operator.
Hondo tries to clear a Cavalry sergeant (Gary Crosby) accused of murdering a priest; with Dan O'Herlihy.
A disgruntled cattleman (Alan Hale) tries to stop Hondo from delivering sheep to starving Indians.
Angie's father-in-law goes to extremes to convince her and her son to return to Boston.
A former senator (Gene Raymond) and his partner seek silver in a mine reportedly stripped.
Hondo cannot raise the ransom to free Angie from her captors; with Fernando Lamas.
William Quantrill (Forrest Tucker) reconvenes his Raiders and asks Hondo to join; with Rick Nelson, John Agar, John Carradine.
A killer tries to prove witness Sam has rabies; with James MacArthur, Royal Dano.
A new colonel (John Carroll) wants to retrieve hunting weapons given to Vittoro's people.
A St. Louis newspaperman believes an outlaw is innocent and campaigns to free him; with Farley Granger, Nick Adams.
A by-the-book Army general sent to improve relations clashes with a young Apache (Nico Minardos).
Hondo escorts a foe, a government surveyor, to see whether mountains given to Indians contain gold.
A half-Apache renegade kills telegraph-company workmen and cuts the wires.
An Army captain blames Vittoro's people for an attack on a mine committed by renegade Indians.
En route to a new assignment, Hondo rescues Angie and her son from renegade Indians.