Trampas finds himself sentenced to a chain gang, but he is able to escape to try to clear his name; guests John McGiver, John Astin, Madlyn Rhue.
Wounded and robbed of his horse and gun, Mackenzie enlists the help of a sodbuster (Arthur O'Connell) and his family (Julie Harris, Clint Howard) to destroy a man-killing wolf.
The Virginian challenges a sophisticated outlaw (Peter Lawford) who, with his gang, controls a frightened community.
Mackenzie faces bad weather, rough terrain, Indians and cavalrymen when he pursues a man (John Saxon) he thinks deserted his regiment.
Tate, on leave from Shiloh, discovers that building a barbed-wire fence for a widower rancher (Craig Stevens) and his children may involve more than stringing wire and sinking posts.
Mackenzie tends to a young woman (Tisha Sterling) injured in a fall from a horse, only to have a cowboy (Robert Fuller) arrive and claim she is wanted for murder.
The wholesale slaughter of Angus cattle on a widow's (Dina Merrill) ranch puts the Virginian on the trail of a culprit who may be guilty of more than just killing livestock.
Small-town eccentrics (Ann Sothern, Carolyn Jones, Edgar Buchanan) mistake accidental visitor Trampas for an outlaw (Bradford Dillman) and decide to give him a speedy trial.
Tate rescues a deaf Indian boy (Rudy Ramos) from a posse, then comes to his defense when a kangaroo court seems determined to convict the lad of homicide.
A trip to buy land for grazing puts the Virginian in the middle of a murder mystery involving a senate hopeful (William Windom), his ambitious wife (Diana Muldaur) and hard-drinking brother (John Ericson).
A jealous man (Tom Skerritt) who admits to killing his sister's alleged attacker, a Shiloh employee, recuperates from injuries at the ranch, but his sibling's romance with Mackenzie causes anger to resurface.
Aboard a train headed for a Western town, Trampas meets a girl (Lisa Gerritsen) and her ailing father (Warren Stevens) who are tracking down a lead on their missing mother and wife (Susan Oliver).
Comancheros kidnap a woman magazine writer (Beth Brickell) whom they blame for printing misleading information that led to attacks by vengeful night riders; guests Richardo Montalban, James Gregory.
A dense outlaw (Anthony Franciosa) shoots his uncooperative cousin (Harry Carey Jr.) with an exact duplicate of Trampas' gun then tries to frame the ranchhand for the crime; guest Frank Gorshin.
After locating supposedly lost Shiloh cattle in the possession of an unfriendly commune, the Virginian is asked for help by two women members (Vera Miles, Sue Lyon) being forced into a multiple marriage.
After a condemned doctor saves Mackenzie's life, grateful Tate undertakes an investigation of the testimony that convicted the medical man of murder; guests Lew Ayres, Jane Wyatt, Tom Tryon.
Accused of murdering a gold-mine owner over a poker debt, Trampas finds himself in the capable hands of a woman lawyer (Greer Garson) who gets the judge's baliff (James Whitmore) to do most of her legwork.
Tate is enlisted to help a group of German settlers that was considering hiring a gunslinger to deal with mysterious threats; guests Susan Strasberg, Kurt Kasznar, Brock Peters, Walter Koenig.
Two brothers (Brandon de Wilde, John Smith) accuse the Virginian of being the man who widowed their mother (Agnes Moorehead), and a judge (Joseph Cotten) seems eager to agree with them.
A man Mackenzie rescues from a lynch mob becomes an unexpected hero when kidnappers (Robert Webber, Dane Clark) strike aboard the train they are all riding; guest Annette O'Toole.
A captain's (Art Carney) plan to buy back his lost riverboat from lucky gambler Trampas falls into disarray when a train-robbery gang commandeers the vessel in question for a getaway; guest Tom Ewell.
The Virginian rescues a woman (Janet Leigh) and renews an old friendship with her, only to discover she has been dishonest with him when outlaws attack the stage they are riding.
A Mexican girl's (Susana Miranda) indecision over whether to marry Trampas' friend (James Farentino) or her father's (Desi Arnaz) aide (Mario Alcade) threatens to touch off a gunfight between the two.
Col. Mackenzie, new owner of the Shiloh Ranch, becomes embroiled in a controversy with the cattlemen's association when he insists on investigating the hanging of an accused cattle rustler; guest Don DeFore.
A wounded bank robber hides his loot and dies in a saloon girl's (Julie Gregg) room, making her the target of his partner (Tab Hunter).
A poor farmer (Jack Elam) goes on a spree, spending the $10,000 reward for helping capture a bank robber; guest Patricia Morrow.
Clay awaits a showdown with a young gunslinger (Robert Lipton), hired as a Shiloh ranchhand, who blames his father's death 20 years earlier on Grainger and refuses to listen to any explanation.
An Australian couple (Patrick MacNee, Jackie DeShannon) visits Medicine Bow with plans to kidnap and ransom Clay.
Jim's life is endangered after an Indian (Charles Robinson) running from authorities hides out with the Shiloh wranglers on a cattle drive; guests Henry Jones, Charles Aidman.
A family (Shelly Novack, Phillip Alford, Pamela Murphy) takes over Shiloh at gunpoint, then lures the Graingers' friend (Joseph Cotten), a Congressional candidate, to the ranch for revenge.
A clan avenging the death of kin targets a former gunslinger (Dennis Weaver) and his bride (Charlotte Stewart); guests Gerald O'Loughlin, John Larch.
An agent (Tony Franciosa) for Eastern interests begins to split the Cattlemen's Association, to grab land; guests Harold J. Stone, Sean McClory.
A newly married woman (Joan Crawford) faces many problems, including a murder charge, after her husband's (Michael Conrad) injury sets off a bid for power in his company; guest Warren Kemmerling.
A stagecoach robbery interferes with the plans of a Southern belle (Elizabeth Hubbard) who is traveling to Clearwater to marry her childhood sweetheart (Anthony Eisley); guest Strother Martin.
Trampas joins forces with his quarry (James Watson) when an outlaw (William Shatner) captures them in a ghost town.
A long-time captive (Bethel Leslie) of an Indian tribe returns to the husband (Charles Drake) who deserted her during a raid, only to find her desire for revenge could destroy her daughter's wedding.
Jim heads to Canada on the trail of a saloon girl (Anne Helm) and her con-man boyfriend (Burr De Benning) who disappeared from Shiloh with $4,000; guests Frank Campanella, Lawrence Dane.
Trampas agrees to marry a childhood friend (Belinda Montgomery), back from finishing school, despite her father's (Michael Constantine) wishes.
An aging sheriff (John Anderson) arrives to visit old friend the Virginian, then invites him on a hunting trip that is actually a cover for tracking the last of a desperate band of bank robbers.
After being whipped, an Army private (Michael Burns) deserts the post commanded by his father (Morgan Woodward) and is found unconscious and injured on Shiloh property; guest Alan Hale.
A bounty hunter (Gregg Palmer) waylays Trampas then takes him to a town where he is mistakenly identified as the killer of a beloved local doctor; guests Dennis Cooney, Beverlee McKinsey.
A Boston journalist (Diane Baker) tracking her family's killer finds articles that belonged to her spouse.
A boy (Johnnie Whitaker) fleeing a reform-school operator (Peter Whitney) shelters at Shiloh Ranch while the Virginian and Trampas try to find his father (Guy Stockwell).
Jim delivers the baby of a woman (Darleen Carr) whose fugitive husband has run out on her, then cares for her and her property in addition to his responsibilities at the ranch.
Clay discovers politics' unsavory side when he runs against an ambitious opponent (Andrew Prine) for the territorial legislature; guests Barry Sullivan, Dana Elcar, John McLiam.
Trampas helps prison probationers succeed with an Arizona ranch despite local opposition.
Blinded after a fall, the Virginian strays to the home of a horse thief (James Whitmore) and his two sons, fired earlier from Shiloh.
A roving cowboy (Leslie Nielsen) attempts to recoup money from a con man, while his sidekick (Tim Matheson) begins to prefer ranch life; guest Lonny Chapman.
Despite evidence to the contrary, the Virginian believes in the innocence of an itinerant cowboy (Shelly Novack) accused of injuring a rancher and killing a ranch foreman; guest Lorraine Gary.
A convict (Victor Jory) on the run from a bounty hunter (Troy Donahue) seeks help from onetime cellmate Trampas; guest Jean Inness.
A vaudevillian (Jack Albertson) arrives in town and arranges coincidences that indicate his mind reader daughter (Brenda Scott) is Clay's long-lost niece; guest Greg Mullavey.
Elizabeth's injured horse returns riderless to the ranch, setting off a desperate search.
Trampas' old friend is shot in the back when Army payroll gold is stolen; guests Gary Collins, Bernie Hamilton, Kiel Martin.
Concerned about marriage plans, a father sends his daughter (Debbie Watson) to Shiloh for the summer, but her fiance hires on incognito as a ranchhand.
A foreclosed farmer (James Olson) becomes the target of a lynch mob after killing an unscrupulous investor (Don Francks); guests Cloris Leachman, Ford Rainey, John Daniels.
A wealthy Bostonian sends his spoiled son (Robert Pine) to the ranch to acquire some character, only to have the young man's pranks endanger lives.
A young cowboy (Peter Duel) tries to repay past kindnesses by using a gun to settle a land dispute with a neighbor (James Gregory); guest Skip Homeier.
Yvonne De Carlo and the Irish Rovers head the list of guest stars in the first comedy ever presented on the Virginian.
A cattle thief (Steve Ihnat) thinks he can get away with a robbery by blaming and then lynching an innocent man, but is unaware of the Virginian's zealous devotion to the victim's family.
A vengeful father (Harold J. Stone) and his gunslinger son (Murray MacLeod) don't believe David killed another son in self-defense; guests Conlan Carter, Sheila Larken.
The moment he steps from the stagecoach, a gunslinger (Herb Jeffries) has everyone wondering who he is after; guests Jay C. Flippen, John Kellogg, John McLiam.
David poses as the fiance of a young woman with a persistent suitor, then discovers her admirer is a giant.
Clay's old friend (Anne Baxter) and her Army-officer husband (Hugh Beaumont) cut short a visit after Indians kill a soldier; guest Tim McIntire.
An aging bronco buster (James Edwards) who wants to send his son (Chuck Daniel) to school in Texas turns to a horse thief (Don Knight) to get the necessary money; guest Grace Lee Whitney.
A young woman found unconscious on the trail awakens with amnesia and a romantic interest in the Virginian.
While visiting in a Nebraska town, Trampas comes into conflict with a childhood friend (Burr De Benning), an engineer who has gotten the town's cooperation to build an irrigation dam; guest Susan Oliver.
The Virginian teams with a bounty hunter (Joseph Campanella) to find the gang responsible for robbing gold and cattle vaccine from the Medicine Bow stage; guest Katherine Justice.
A Shoshone woman (Buffy Sainte-Marie) educated in Boston confesses to Clay her fears about returning to a humble reservation life; guest Jay Silverheels.
An innocent ranchhand is mistaken for a wanted criminal (Don Stroud in a dual role), and later sees advantages in assuming the fugitive's identity; guest Sandy Kenyon.
A childhood friend of a French-Indian innkeeper (Ricardo Montalban) urges him to return to Canada and lead a revolution; guest Lois Nettleton.
An ex-convict (John Saxon) seeking to take revenge on Trampas for his brother's death finds Elizabeth, left blinded and helpless after a stagecoach accident; guests Ben Johnson, the Irish Rovers.
A rancher (Burgess Meredith) trying to rebuild a herd deals with one son's (Brandon de Wilde) advice to farm and the other's (Ben Murphy) irresponsibility; guests Tyne Daly, William Windom.
An oil speculator (Donald Barry) threatens the livelihoods of local cattle ranchers by offering a widow (Geraldine Brooks) a handsome price for land adjacent to Shiloh; guests James Daly, Bob Random.
A former medical student (David Hartman) drifting west feels responsible for a broken leg suffered by Trampas and offers to take the ranchhand's place until he recovers; guests Ralph Bellamy, the Irish Rovers.
While hunting for a steer-killing cougar, Trampas offers food and shelter to a half-starved boy (Michael Burns), who hesitates over accepting or remaining in the hills to rendezvous with an outlaw gang.
At his wife's insistence, a lawman (Kenneth Tobey) gives up his badge then discovers that his replacement (Steve Carlson) is just not up to the job; guests Ben Murphy, Lawrence Dane.
A rancher (Tom Simcox) halts his feud with Shiloh when he mistakes a drifter (Mel Torme) for a gunslinger.
A buggy accident leaves Stacy's arm paralyzed, and he sinks into self-pity after an operation apparently fails and his girlfriend (Lee Kroeger) abandons him; guest John Bryant.
After his father (Karl Swenson) whips him publicly, a braggart (Kevin Coughlin) comes to Shiloh; guests Tom Skerritt, John Marley.
A sandstorm drives Trampas, Elizabeth and others (Ford Rainey, Patricia Crowley, Woodrow Parfrey, Kiel Martin) to an abandoned house, where stolen gold is found.
Elizabeth and Holly care for a wounded outlaw (Peter Duel), who faces a dilemma when his recovery means either being turned over to the authorities or facing a pursuing bounty hunter; guest Anthony Zerbe.
Three convicts (Anthony Call, Darwin Joston, Don Pedro Colley) come to work at the Shiloh Ranch as part of an experimental parole program; guests Wesley Lau, James Griffith.
A shaggy dog named Ulysses must help Trampas decide which of two saloon girls (Barbara Rhoades, Jill Donohue) is really the niece of a dying prospector (J. Pat O'Malley); guests Hugh Beaumont, June Vincent.
An itinerant gunslinger (Steve Ihnat) hires on with a who aims to begin a range war over two homesteaders, then goes to work as a spy among the opposing forces at Shiloh; guest Brenda Scott.
An outlaw (Tim McIntire) with scarlet fever forces captured Holly and Elizabeth to help him evade his Army escorts (Albert Salmi, Michael Constantine).
A Canadian cattle buyer (Leslie Nielsen) who owns his own city pays the Virginian $100,0000 then has his henchmen rob the local bank, rendering the Virginian's bank draft worthless.
The shooting of an old girlfriend's (Susan Oliver) daughter (Eve Plumb) convinces the Virginian to stop a rich rancher's spoiled son (Peter Brown) who has been terrorizing a town; guest John Lupton.
After a fortuneteller predicts death, Trampas and two other Shiloh hands face a gunslinger as they pass through a doomed town after delivering cattle to an Army base; guests Robert Lansing, Sharon Farrell.
The Virginian faces mixed reactions from the father (Jay C. Flippen), sister (Collin Wilcox) and vengeful brother (Bryon Mabe) of a young outlaw he was forced to kill in self-defense.
Trampas' investigation of a doctor's (Malachi Throne) possible involvement in a murder makes the Shiloh ranchhand the victim of insults, a drugging and a beating; guests Joanna Moore, William Windom.
An aging ranchhand (James Whitmore), having refused property as reward for saving Trampas, later becomes a stable worker; guests Don Stroud, Douglas Kennedy.
The staff of Shiloh Ranch conducts a hurried investigation in an attempt to save Trampas, awaiting execution on a murder charge; guest Victor Jory.
A Texan's brother accidentally shoots a woman (Virginia Gregg) in Medicine Bow and becomes the target of her husband (John Anderson), a former marshal; guest Jeanette Nolan.
An alcoholic lawyer (Edmond O'Brien) is prodded into fighting prejudice and the bottle to defend a Chinese immigrant who has been denied his legal rights; guests Lloyd Bochner, Jill Donohue.
Medicine Bow helps a timid banker (David Hartman) convince his father (Lloyd Nolan), a retired Idaho sheriff Idaho, that he carries on the tradition; guest Diana Muldaur.
An injured Canadian mountie (Tom Bell) refuses to give up his pursuit of a wanted man (Ben Johnson), although out of his jurisdiction into Wyoming; guest Bo Hopkins.
Ryker tries to help him a lawless friend (Tom Tryon) reform, only to have his efforts foiled by a blackmailer (Kiel Martin); guest Lisabeth Hush.
Two Wichita saloonkeepers (Joan Collins, Rose Marie) inherit property and arrive intending to be proper members of society; guest Harry Lauter.
Trampas teams with a gunslinger (Darrin McGavin) after their names and a woman's (Mary-Robin Redd) appear on a killer's hit list.
The Virginian, Clay and Elizabeth go to buy cattle in a Texas border town, where outlaws snatch Elizabeth away to Mexico; guest Charles Bronson.
After reading about the arrest of an outlaw (Andrew Prine) in Medicine Bow, a young Kansas City woman (Sandra Smith) arrives to search for her long-lost brother.
An elegant Maryland widow (Myrna Loy), John's old friend, comes to refine the Grainger grandchildren.
Despite warnings from the girl's foster parents, Trampas insists on courting a troubled, beautiful young woman (Valora Noland); guests R.G. Armstrong, Warren Stevens, Sandy Kenyon.
After hearing a woman (Jocelyn Brando) is hastily selling her farm, Trampas investigates and uncovers the truth about a man who was killed for a crime he didn't commit; guests Robert Fuller, Kent McCord.
The Virginian steps in to help a farmer (John Lupton) called cowardly by his family when he refuses to raise arms against a rancher trying to drive him from his land; guest Whitney Blake.
Stacy unwillingly joins the cavalry after being knocked out, drenched in whiskey and stuffed into a uniform as part of a deserter's plan to escape detection; guests Les Crane, James Daly, Johnny Seven.
A woman physician (Jill Donohue) comes to Medicine Bow and must battle the prejudices of her colleague and townspeople; guests Mari Blanchard, Donald Barry.
Romance blossoms between Trampas and a wealthy, spoiled Chicago woman (Susan Clark) visiting the West with her father (Victor Jory), who is looking to buy a ranch near Medicine Bow.
Murder is one of the unfortunate events that results from Stacy's determined courtship of a young woman (Katherine Walsh) whose father (James Gregory) objects to the match; guests Lonny Chapman, Lorraine Gary.
Wounded, the Virginian recuperates with a Texas family but discovers he has become a pawn in a kidnapping plot and may have to face a deadly gantlet; guest Mark Richman.
A fleeing gang of bank robbers takes John and his grandchildren hostage at the ranch, then forces Elizabeth to care for an injured member of the group; guest Harrison Ford.
The Virginian learns Stacy will be hanged for the murder of a doctor who operated an orphanage; guests Debbie Wason, Cloris Leachman, Coleen Gray.
A pedlar's watch points to a wealthy girl, an Indian reservation and perhaps to the killer of Stacy's father; guest Andy Devine, Pat O'Brien.
A young woman (Patty Duke), housekeeper to her father and brothers, goes west for adventure but ends up as a saloon waitress in Medicine Bow; guests Paul Carr, Tim McIntire.
After Stacy Grainger kills a would-be robber, the dead man's brother seeks revenge.
A spoiled woman (Pamela Austin) insists her fiance (Tom Tryon), a Shiloh ranchhand, open a store and become a businessman after they are married; guests Hugh Beaumont, Dorothy Green.
A bank robber (Pernell Roberts) quits after an unprofitable heist and returns home, only to rival the Virginian for his son's affections.
A young woman (Diane Baker) asks the Virginian for help in finding a box containing $50,000 in stolen money; guest Frank McGrath.
Elizabeth bids successfully for an untamed white colt, then sets out to train the animal to race at an upcoming county fair.
The Virginian sets out alone to a ghost town to find the two men (Jack Lord, Michael Ansara) responsible for the death of a young cowboy; guests Terry Moore, Harry Hickock.
A 16-year-old New York City girl (Alice Rawlings) on her way West reads a dime novel en route, arriving with a romantic notion about cowboys which she directs at the Virginian; guest William Schallert.
Trampas, aided by a local citizen (Martin Milner), pursues a man (Steve Carlson) he believes committed a murder for which an innocent man has been jailed; guests George Kennedy, Jackie Coogan.
Suspected of murdering a bank teller, a man (Fabian) breaks out of jail and, by helping Stacy, finds a job and safe haven at Shiloh; guests George Wallace, Carol Kane.
A trouble-plagued homesteader (Dan Duryea) acquires more problems when Trampas, suspected of murder and suffering from amnesia, stumbles onto the farm seeking refuge; guests Michael Burns, Ed Peck.
A deaf man (Aldo Ray) who cannot speak runs from the scene of an accidental killing and is befriended by Stacy, who teaches him to communicate; guest Alfred Ryder.
Trampas makes a side trip to a Wyoming town to visit an old friend, only to learn upon his arrival that the man has been murdered; guests Indus Arthur, Jason Evers, Mark Miranda.
A young white woman (Susan Strasberg), captured by Trampas during an attempted cattle raid, refuses to admit she is not an Indian or that she was abducted years earlier.
The Virginian is arrested and tried for murder when he investigates the disappearance of cattle; guests Bernie Hamilton, Angie Dickinson, Harold J. Stone, Warren Oates.
A bitter widow (Jo Van Fleet) revives a 25-year-old feud when she learns the identity of Shiloh's new owner (Charles Bickford); guest Jeremy Slate.
Near tragedy results when a wealthy merchant (John McLiam) attempts to thwart the budding romance between his daughter (Brooke Bundy) and a young man (Barry Primus) down on his luck; guest Harold J. Stone.
Randy's rowdy family arrives in town to protect him from a a vengeful former convict who belongs to a family embroiled in a feud with the Bentons; guests Andrew Prine, Royal Dano, Andrew Duggan.
Someone hires an ex-marshal (Leslie Nielsen) to murder the signers of an important trade agreement with Mexico; guests Hans Gudegast (Eric Braeden), Richard Devon.
The women of Medicine Bow reject a former saloon girl (Sheree North) trying to start a new life and business after serving time for murder, especially after a local citizen is found dead; guest Liam Sullivan.
Randy loves the daughter (Peggy Lipton) of a ranch family whose outlaw son (James Farentino) returns to settle a grudge; guest Michael J. Pollard.
A former outlaw (Victor Jory) just released from prison after 35 years comes to Medicine Bow and is confronted by a glorified account of his exploits as chronicled in dime novels; guest Linden Chiles.
A chief clashes with Starr, Randy and a bounty hunter (Warren Oates) when he leaves the reservation for bison to save his tribe.
Trampas enlists the aid of an ex-card dealer (Nita Talbot) to help him deliver a boy (Clint Howard) and his baby sister to their mother in Laramie.
A group of heavily armed men arrives in Medicine Bow and begins a mysterious vigil; guests John Anderson, Fabrizio Mioni, Jan Shepard, John Dehner, Val Avery.
Garth leaves for new duties as acting governor and hires a tough man (John Dehner) to run the ranch, angering both ranchhands and neighbors.
Jennifer overrides a family's objections and tries to open up an emotionally withdrawn girl (Stacy Maxwell) who has witnessed a murder; guests Lou Antonio, Angela Clarke, Anthony Caruso.
The head (Ed Begley) of a family of drifters urges his cardsharp son (Tony Bill) and saloon-girl daughter to pose as respectable citizens while at Shiloh Ranch; guest Lonny Chapman.
The Virginian seeks the man (John Cassavetes) who could clear a condemned man of murder; guests Pilar Seurat, Michael Burns, Dub Taylor, Carlos Rivas.
Trampas tries to lead immigrants to fight a rich landlord (Telly Savalas) forcing them from their prosperous community; guests Robert F. Simon, Buck Taylor.
An ex-Confederate officer (James Whitmore), imprisoned for 20 years for mistreating prisoners, arrives in Medicine Bow and fans the hatred of one of his former victims (Peter Whitney).
A rancher (Leif Erickson) facing forclosure trades shelter and medical help for an injured thief's loot; guests Joan Freeman, Karl Swenson.
A railroad detective (Simon Oakland) hounds a former train-robbery suspect (James Best), refusing to believe in the man's innocence even though he was cleared in court; guests Ron Soble, David McLean.
A veteran cowboy (Harry Guardino) finds planning a payroll robbery at Shiloh difficult when he forms a friendship with Randy and a wild stallion brings back his pride at being a top bronc buster.
Enforcing the law may force Ryker to shoot at his friends who have formed a lynch mob; guests Leslie Nielsen, Harold J. Stone, Claude Akins.
A Greek widower (Michael Constantine) sends to his homeland for a woman to marry, and a 19-year-old (Louise Sorel) arrives.
A lonely saloon girl (Joan Staley) risks her outlaw boyfriend's (Michael Forest) wrath when she tends the Virginian, who has fallen seriously ill during a trip through Mexico.
Easterners planning to convert a ghost to a railroad center meet outlaws hired to ensure it becomes a gambling mecca; guests Sherry Jackson, Leonard Nimoy.
Striving to overcome failures, a rancher (Charles Bronson) obsessively drives to build a cattle empire; guests Lois Nettleton, George Kennedy.
Garth's niece (Diane Roter) befriends and is later betrayed by a young cowboy (James MacArthur) who killed a bounty hunter (Hal Needham).
Ryker risks the lives of stagecoach passengers (Joyce Van Patten, Royal Dano, John Hoyt) to protect a murder suspect (Earl Holliman) from a vengeful Mexican (Joe DeSantis).
A man (Glenn Corbett) in love with Betsy helps local miners fight for more safety on the job; guest Virginia Christine.
Aiming to make his fortune at gambling and goldmining, Trampas quits his job at the ranch and joins forces with a happy-go-lucky thrillseeker (William Shatner); guest Strother Martin.
A young cowhand (Albert Salmi) who only wants to learn to read and write could pay for the knowledge with his life when his pretty teacher's (Susan Oliver) jealous old boyfriend (Bruce Dern) comes to town.
A stubborn Australian sheepherder (John Anderson) demands a life for a life after his son is accidentally killed during a fight with the Virginian; guests John McLiam, Sean McClory, Harold Gould.
A rancher (Robert Lansing) frees his condemned brother (Andrew Prine) from an Army stockade and flees to the hills, unaware he inadvertantly killed a guard during the escape; guest Jan Shepard.
A series of misadventures plagues Trampas as he travels to Mexico on Shiloh business; guests Neville Brand, Peter Brown, William Smith, Philip Carey, Fernando Lamas, Rhonda Fleming, Ida Lupino.
Sibling marshals (Michael Ansara, Leonard Nimoy) warn the Virginian against completing a cattle deal with the head (Peter Whitney) of a rambunctious Arizona family; guests Tom Skerritt, Dabbs Greer.
To help an old cowboy (Franchot Tone) keep his grandson's (Billy Mumy) respect, Trampas lets the man work at Shiloh Ranch but soon regrets his decision.
After the Virginian accuses a prominent citizen (Richard Carlson) of forgery in the town of Honesty, he faces a murder charge; guests Kathleen Crowley, Harold Gould.
Trampas investigates a murder suspect (Robert Pine), who claims not to remember the crime, and discovers a friend's accidental death linked to the homicide; guest Simon Oakland.
A cowhand (Martin Milner) courts a logging boss's daughter (Joan Freeman), threatening any compromise in a dispute between timbermen and ranchers; guests Arch Johnson, William Smith.
A marshal (Ford Rainey) who believes he is infallible arrests Randy for a murder that occurred during a bank robbery; guests Adam West, William Stevens.
Ryker dodges two vengeful brothers (John Milford, James Beck) and tries to figure out why a beautiful woman (Marilyn Erskine) is marrying a shy storekeeper (Jack Warden).
A young man (Richard Beymer) pulls a gun when the Virginian blocks his herd, which may be carrying tick fever; guest Diana Lynn.
While in Albuquerque, Trampas pretends to be a hired gunfighter to romance a beautiful woman (Kathryn Hays) who is practicing a puzzling deception of her own; guests Warren Oates, Les Tremayne.
The Virginian rescues a woman (Shirley Knight) from a stage wreck, but amnesia prevents her from realizing her life is in danger from two outlaws after hidden loot.
Searching for the killer of six gold miners, Ryker meets a young woman (Sheilah Wells) whose long-missing father was one of the victims; guest Harry Lauter.
A ride through the mountains turns dangerous for Betsy when she discovers a legendary herd of horses and a mysterious father and son (Andrew Prine) who fear she will reveal their existence.
Judge Garth delves into psychology to comprehend a gentle, poetry-reading cowboy (Fabian) accused of two brutal murders; guests Ford Rainey, Elizabeth MacRae.
A rancher (Tom Tully) refuses to allow cattle belonging to Garth to escape a landslide by crossing his land; the Virginian falls in love with a Chinese laborer (Cely Carrillo).
Garth opposes a congressman's (James Dunn) plan to settle immigrants on barren land; guests Arthur Space, Martin West, Brendan Dillon.
Ryker firmly believes his stepfather (Lloyd Nolan) has reformed and ignores evidence indicating the older man is gathering people for a new outlaw gang; guest Bruce Dern.
Garth tells a widow (Vera Miles) that her French portraitist (John Gavin) is a swindler out to get a valuable work of art.
An immigrant waitress (Laurel Goodwin) disappears with evidence in a rancher's (John Lupton) shooting of a railroad magnate's (Edward Binns) son; guest George Kennedy.
A lawyer (Anne Francis) wins the acceptance of Medicine Bow's people by helping the Virginian in a legal matter, but loses favor when she uses her skills to free three outlaws from jail.
The tactics of his son (Peter Brown) and an associate (Whit Bissell) threaten a prospector's (Leif Erickson) dream of operating a silver mine.
Steve decides to romance a woman (Ruta Lee) from his past in order to clear her name; guest Mark Richman.
A boy (Kurt Russell) complicates Trampas' romance with a teacher by claiming to be his son; then the father (Rory Calhoun), an ex-convict, arrives.
A millionaire (Linden Chiles) dumped off a train joins the Virginian's cattle drive, but rebels against orders to earn his keep as a cook's helper and plots revenge against the Virginian; guest Slim Pickens.
A magazine writer's (Barbara Eden) imaginings put bounty hunters on the trail of the Virginian; guest Skip Homeier.
A new schoolteacher (Katherine Crawford) wins the heart of Medicine Bow, until her sister (Mariette Hartley) reveals her fatal flaw.
Trampas suspects a writer (Steve Forrest) doing a story on possible senatorial-candidate Garth may be working with a lawyer (Warren Stevens) to threaten the jurist with blackmail.
Randy recaptures an injured stallion that killed a rider and takes it to a former veterinarian (Robert Culp); guest Donald Barry.
A rancher (Victor Jory) looking to buy a husband for his crippled daughter (Katharine Ross) offers Trampas a foreman's job and half-interest in the spread; guest Chris Robinson.
Ryker wants to shed his reputation as a hired gun but faces a murder charge and a former partner; guests Leslie Nielsen, Anne Helm, Raquel Welch.
Randy's discovery of gold coins hidden in a cave on the Shiloh Ranch attracts visitors -- a government agent seeking Civil War loot and Randy's long-lost brother, who is wanted for murder.
An outlaw's (Robert Wilke) tomboy daughter (Brenda Scott), placed in the Virginian's care, is torn between her devotion to injured Randy and her desire to help her father escape from jail.
Indians, outlaws and temptation make Trampas rue delivering a Swedish mail-order bride (Katherine Crawford) to an injured neighbor (Peter Whitney).
A widow (Patricia Breslin) may lose her adopted son when a woman (Ruta Lee) plans to sue for custody of the boy, heir to a fortune; guest Joseph Campanella.
A woman (Jane Wyatt) invites Betsy and three friends (Brooke Bundy, Mark Goddard, Tom Skerritt) for the weekend, convinced that one was responsible for her daughter's death.
Steve takes a job as foreman at a ranch owned by a beautiful woman (Diana Millary), who has plans for the unsuspecting wrangler that involve a confrontation with her violent former lover.
The Virginian stumbles into a trap when he agrees to protect a frontierswoman (Sheree North) and her son from maurauding Indians during her husband's (John Agar) supposed absence on business.
An outlaw (Darrin McGavin) and his men seize Shiloh and lie in wait for a chief (Iron Eyes Cody) and a general coming to negotiate a treaty; guest David Carradine.
Trampas' wallet winds up on a dead man after a stagecoach robbery, leaving the ranchhand to be mistaken for one of the outlaws and accused of his own murder; guests Miyoshi Umeki, Richard Carlson.
Trampas decides to defend an Eastern financier (Peter Graves) who stole his girlfriend (Jean Hale) and cheated cattlemen; guest Richard Jaeckel.
A youth (Randy Boone) aids a little girl, then is accused of murdering the child's grandfather (Frank Maxwell), a gold prospector; guest Bruce Dern.
In his first days at Shiloh, the Virginian fights an ambitious foreman (Michael Forest) who is rekindling a range war; guests Mariette Hartley, Rex Holman.
After a bite from a rabid dog leaves him with little time to live, a Britisher (Leo Genn) embarks on a rescue mission to relieve his guilt over wartime cowardice.
Garth, Betsy and a hotel maid (Ann Doran) try to protect a suddenly wealthy prospector (Pat O'Brien) from a blonde's (Jeanne Cooper) schemes.
Tracking a man-killing cougar, Steve rests at a couple's (Jack Klugman, Joyce Bulifant) cabin, where the wife pursues him and the husband threatens.
Garth's friend (Ed Begley) attempts to force ranchers out, and turns violent after his daughter (Beverly Owen) disappears with Trampas.
Trampas acquires unwanted help (Peggy McCay, DeForest Kelley, Michael Pate) when he helps a woman seek her missing husband, an outlaw who has killed Trampas' friend; guest Leonard Nimoy.
Returning to his hometown, Trampas finds it under the control of an outlaw (Joseph Campanella) in cahoots with the local sheriff.
Garth's plans to wed an opera singer (Yvonne De Carlo) shatter when she fatally shoots a man breaking into her hotel room.
The Virginian poses as an ex-convict to infiltrate an outlaw gang guilty of a woman's murder, but finds his cover threatened by the arrival of another new member (David McLean); guest Robert Lansing.
A bored young woman (Joan Freeman), stranded in Medicine Bow with her mother, decides to pass the time by seducing the Virginian.
The Virginian urges a deaf ranchhand (Clu Gulager) to ignore the taunts of his co-workers and make a life for himself at Shiloh, which the man begins to do until being unjustly accused of murder.
The Virginian finds true love with a Louisiana beauty (Madlyn Rhue), only to be threatened by a political boss (Mark Richmond) who considers the woman to be private property; guest Skip Homeier.
An outlaw (Albert Salmi) turned Franciscan monk has a difficult time convincing the people of Medicine Bow of his commitment to religion, particularly when his visit coincides with a train robbery.
A rancher (Lloyd Nolan) forces a rebellious son (Chris Robinson) to Shiloh and another (Ryan O'Neal) into a gunfight.
Betsy discovers love when she meets an ex-convict at Shiloh, but his short temper could send him back to prison.
A bounty hunter (Broderick Crawford) fingers Trampas as a homicide suspect, forcing the ranchhand to confess to Garth that he once fell in with a group wanted for murder and robbery.
The Virginian must stall the execution of an old flame (Gena Rowlands) convicted of murder, so Garth has time to prove his theory of conspiracy; guests Everett Sloane, Vaughn Taylor, Joanna Moore.
An aging dance-hall performer (Joan Blondell) asks Garth to hold a trial to clear her son of a murder charge, although the boy has already been killed by vigilantes; guest John Dehner.
Trampas recalls how he came to the Shiloh Ranch as a angry young ranchhand bent on avenging the death of his father (Sonny Tufts), a shiftless gambler killed by Garth in self-defense.
Local residents are up in arms when Garth allows a group of Polish immigrants to begin mining operations on the Shiloh Ranch; guests Don Galloway, Jacques Aubuchon.
An angry farmer (Karl Swenson) who has lost his savings in a bank closure sets out to get revenge on the Virginian, who withdrew $40,000 minutes before it failed.
The Virginian encounters three women (Jeanette Nolan, Dolores Hart, Amzie Strickland) who are determined to carry on the missionary work of their husbands, killed by Indians a year before.
Outlaws hold stage passengers, including Garth and Betsy, and will kill them all if one doesn't become a sacrifice by sundown; guests Skip Homeier, Richard Anderson.
Trampas joins in a search for $50,000 in stolen gold to help his ex-convict friend (Bradford Dillman) escape a vengeful former accomplice (John Dehner); guest Edward Asner.
A greedy woman (Ida Lupino) wants Steve to execute a recently released robber (Howard Duff) so she won't have to share the loot with him.
Garth and Betsy care for a pregnant woman while trying to defend her immigrant husband (Karl Boehm) on a murder charge, unaware the victim's son (Robert Duvall) has his own plans for justice.
A con man (Steve Forrest) and his accomplices (Ronald Foster, Joanna Moore) attempt to pull a swindle in Medicine Bow, but fail to account for their leader's love for a banker's daughter (Bethel Leslie).
Garth is deceived into agreeing to help a woman (Nina Foch) find her outlaw husband, then discovers the true motive behind her search; guests Michael Rennie, Denver Pyle.
A vegetarian's (David Wayne) crusade to convert the beef-eating town of Medicine Bow makes locals consider him insane; guests Barbara Barrie, Morgan Woodward.
A friend (Britt Lomond) accused of murder asks the Virginian to prove the man's widow (Dana Wynter) is a more logical suspect in the crime; guests Nancy Sinatra, Robert Vaughn, John Milford.
In San Francisco trailing a missing woman (Vera Miles), Garth kills in self-defense, then learns the man didn't die; guest James Doohan.
A vengeful man convinces his son (Fabian) to prove himself by killing Trampas; guests Royal Dano, Katherine Crawford, Meg Wyllie.
Asked to be a candidate for district judge, Garth recalls a murder trial in which the defendant's brother (Clu Gulager) attempted to intimidate an entire town to prevent his sibling's execution.
The Virginian asks a dance-hall singer (Tammy Grimes) to trick a shady character (Ed Nelson) into revealing information that could clear Garth of a trumped-up murder charge.
Steve's friend (Brian Keith), an itinerant cowboy, incites a rancher (Geraldine Brooks) to wage war if Garth and his neighbors erect fences; guest DeForest Kelley.
A former sailor (Tom Tryon) seeking a wife falls for a beautiful woman (Carol Lynley) whose relationship with her plain twin sister (Shirley Knight) hides a sinister secret.
A woman (Bette Davis) identifies Trampas as a bank robber in order to extort $10,000 from the actual thief; guests Lin McCarthy, Harold Gould.
A runaway farm boy (Brandon de Wilde) who learns how to be a cowpoke by observing a veteran hand (James Gregory) during a cattle drive.
A rancher refuses to accept the evil in his two children (Joan Freeman, Carl Reindel) until convinced by a mysterious blaze and a death that cannot be explained; guest Charles Aidman.
Inspired by tales of the days of the six-gun, Trampas and his friends set out to capture a band of outlaws and to find a place where the Old West still survives; guests Steve Cochran, Claude Akins.
A vengeful ex-convict (Lee Marvin) kidnaps Garth, intending to use torture to reduce him to savagery; guests Albert Salmi, Ron Soble.
The head (Eddie Albert) of a family of horse thieves plots retaliation when Shiloh begins a wild-horse roundup, but doesn't expect his daughter's (Denice Alexander) reaction to Trampas.
Trampas, Steve and the Virginian enlist in Theodore Roosevelt's Rough Riders, and join in the charge up San Juan Hill in Cuba; guest Ray Danton.
Garth winds up in the middle of two disputes, one between Trampas and Steve over a saloon girl and the other between two bad-tempered wrestlers (Aldo Ray, Mickey Shaughnessy) bent on mayhem.
A cowardly schoolteacher (George C. Scott) and his students are the hostages of two escaped convicts (Royal Dano, John David Chandler).
A South American (Ricardo Montalban) uses armed men and barbed wire around his land, which is surrounded by Shiloh property.
The Virginian defends a poor homesteader (Jack Warden) against attacks by Judge Garth and an ex-Army officer (John Anderson); guest Ted Knight.
Carrying a secret that could destroy Garth's relationship with his daughter, a former friend (Barry Sullivan) of the judge's arrives at Shiloh Ranch; guests Tom Reese, Parley Baer.
The Virginian hires an itinerant cowboy (Hugh O'Brian), despite the sheriff's (John Larch) suspicions he may be looking for revenge.