Head hunters take Tell prisoner; an old woman warns of a golden wolf.
A band of Amazons take Tell captive and force him to fight their champion.
A stranger claims to have proof that Gessler is guilty of treason.
Gessler falsely accuses a baron of murder; the emperor frees prisoners.
Tell tries to find an aristocrat sympathetic to the rebel cause.
Tell inherits a title, land and money; Gessler plots to kill the emperor.
Tell learns monks are performing experiments on humans.
Gessler kidnaps Lady Montal to prevent her signing an important document.
Tell befriends an elderly crusader; villagers tell of a dragon.
The emperor goes mad and grants villagers freedom.
Horst plots to marry a rich widow; villagers fear a monster.
Tell rallies a town against oppression.
Trolls harass a village; an old adversary arrives to settle a score.
Matthew joins with a rebel whose real goal is to destroy Tell.
Sentenced to death, the princess sends to Tell for help.
Matthew is disillusioned with his father; Tell contracts the plague.
Tell and three mercenaries try to free Matthew from the citadel.
Gessler has a look-alike brainwashed to think he is the real Tell.
Tell saves a Moor and tries to help when he is jailed unjustly.
Gaston chains Tell and Gessler together and orders a fight to the death.
Robbers attack Tell and take him to their leader -- a man claiming to be William Tell.
To pay for information about Matthew, Tell competes in archery; Stefan gives Tell a wild white stallion.
Tell finds Katrina, who says Matthew is dead; Tell is held prisoner in the castle of three aged dukes.
A beautiful mercenary captures Tell; Tell returns and finds his old village burned to the ground.
A widow and her son save Tell; Tell allies with a blind Fagin and his orphans.
In the 1300s, blacksmith Tell (Will Lyman) defies the Austrian governor (Jeremy Clyde) and sparks a rebellion.
An old woman warns Tell of danger.
The stranger is Gessler's half-brother.
A stranger wants Tell's help to destroy Gessler.
The emperor grants amnesty to all rebels.
Gessler accuses a baron of murder.
Gessler tries to depose the emperor.
Gessler plots to assassinate the emperor.
Tell inherits a title, land and money.
Gessler forms a group of storm troopers.
Gessler and a mad genius create a weapon.
Villagers claim a monster attacks their town.
An old rival shows up looking for revenge.
An enemy tries to use Matthew to destroy Tell.
Gessler takes power when the emperor is ill.
The emperor condemns the princess to death.
Tell and Matthew enter a deserted town.
Tell's son is disappointed with his father.
The emperor condemns Tell.
Gessler takes Tell prisoner at the Citadel.
Tell tries to gain the help of three men.
Tell tries to prove the Moor not guilty.
A mayor has a Moor jailed unjustly.
An alchemist imprisons Tell.
Tell and Gessler are to fight to the death.
Gessler's men capture Tell.
Tell learns someone is impersonating him.
Stefan gives Tell a wild white stallion.
Tell competes in archery; guest Honor Blackman.
Tell is a captive in the castle of three dukes.
Tell finds Katrina, who says Matthew is dead.
Tell's former village is burned to the ground.
A beautiful mercenary captures Tell.
Tell allies with a blind Fagin and his orphans.
A widow and her son hide fugitive Tell.
Tell's capture sparks a rebellion.
In the 1300s, Swiss blacksmith Tell (Will Lyman) defies the Austrian governor (Jeremy Clyde).