||Sept. 20, 1955
||Bandits, soldiers, civilians and indians fight for survival on a rocky hilltop.
||Oct. 11, 1955
||Cheyenne and Smitty assume false identities to help settlers recover their stolen cattle in the lawless town of Julesburg.
||Nov. 1, 1955
||Cheyenne joins two prospectors to find gold and get rich, but greed has a dangerous affect on the partnership.
||Nov. 22, 1955
||Cheyenne and Smitty head to Mexico to bring the leader of a criminal gang back to justice.
||Dec. 13, 1955
||Roughed up and driven out of town for no apparent reason, Cheyenne returns to investigate the mystery of Prairie Springs.
||Jan. 3, 1956
||A vengeful father, a traitorous deputy, a protective daughter and a waterless desert threaten Cheyenne’s mission to bring a prisoner to trial.
||Jan. 24, 1956
||Spooked by the threat of indian attack, a cavalry commander orders an ill-advised trek across the desert.
||The Storm Riders
||Feb. 7, 1956
||Cheyenne joins a group of ranchers standing up against a corrupt landowner, but is betrayed by the lead rancher’s wife.
||Rendezvous at Red Rock
||Feb. 21, 1956
||Wealthy townspeople ask Cheyenne to betray his new friend, a man they claim is a killer.
||West of the River
||March 10, 1956
||A squad of military prisoners under Cheyenne’s command tries to rescue two sisters kidnapped by indians.
||April 4, 1956
||A trip leading settlers to a new home puts Cheyenne in a showdown with the Utah Kid and a test of courage with a Comanche chief.
||Fury at Rio Hondo
||April 17, 1956
||Caught between French soldiers and Mexican rebels, Cheyenne tries to skip town with a blonde southern belle.
||Star In the Dust
||May 1, 1956
||Cheyenne puts on a deputy’s badge when he finds a role model in a town sheriff, but stolen money and a woman come between them.
||May 15, 1956
||Cheyenne’s new duties as ranch foreman include marrying the wealthy rancher’s daughter.
||The Last Train West
||May 29, 1956
||On the run from the law on a west-bound train, Cheyenne’s plans for revenge are interrupted by a reverend’s sister who threatens to turn him in.
||The Dark Rider
||Sept. 11, 1956
||Cheyenne joins a group of investors on a cattle drive, but one of the party is a killer.
||The Long Winter
||Sept. 25, 1956
||While wintering a herd in the mountains, Cheyenne deals with rustlers, bickering trail hands, a mule, Christmas and unrequited love.
||Death Deals the Hand
||Oct. 9, 1956
||Cheyenne tries to keep a friend and business partner from losing his savings to card sharps during a steamboat voyage.
||The Bounty Killers
||Oct. 23, 1956
||Deputized to help a marshal collect a bounty, Cheyenne has second thoughts when he learns of the man's methods and reputation.
||The Law Man
||Nov. 6, 1956
||Cheyenne investigates a cattle rustling case that local ranchers and his old friend want to keep closed.
||Nov. 20, 1956
||Cheyenne joins an estranged couple on a business venture to wrangle mustangs from south of the border.
||Dec. 4, 1956
||Hoping to pay a secret debt, Cheyenne forcefully takes over a lucrative cattle drive from cowhands who don't want him in charge.
||Dec. 18, 1956
||Corrupt mine operators arrest travelers for minor offenses and force them to work as slaves at a silver mine.
||The Iron Trail
||Jan. 1, 1957
||Young bandits plan a presidential kidnapping after they hijack a train and take the passengers prisoner.
||Land Beyond the Law
||Jan. 15, 1957
||On the run from the law for a murder he didn't commit, Cheyenne must infiltrate a criminal gang and find the real killer.
||Test of Courage
||Jan. 29, 1957
||Cheyenne is court-martialed for cowardice as part of a spying plot to find who is keeping the Army from getting desperately-needed horses.
||Feb. 12, 1957
||After he shoots a successful prospector in self-defense, Cheyenne tries to help him and his pretty wife escape from crooks and indians.
||Feb. 26, 1957
||The future of a town newspaper is in the hands of a drunk, and a corrupt businessman with political aspirations wants it to fail.
||Big Ghost Basin
||March 12, 1957
||A mystery must be solved when someone or something is killing men and leaving strange signs behind.
||March 26, 1957
||Cheyenne puts on a sheriff badge to search for an outlaw, but the job is complicated by the outlaw's sister and father.
||April 9, 1957
||Cheyenne befriends two young siblings whose outlaw brother may have murdered Cheyenne's business partner.
||Decision at Gunsight
||April 23, 1957
||After taking on a livery stable business, Cheyenne is forced to contend with a gangster running a protection racket.
||The Spanish Grant
||May 7, 1957
||A large parcel of land is up for grabs when the only surviving heir is a baby Cheyenne rescues from a stagecoach robbery.
||May 21, 1957
||Despite being gravely injured, Cheyenne does what he can to help a young man come clean after he falls in with thieves.
||The Broken Pledge
||June 4, 1957
||Hoping to make a name for herself, a newspaper reporter orchestrates a volatile situation between the Army and the Sioux.
||Incident at Indian Springs
||Sept. 24, 1957
||A pacifist schoolteacher commits a mistake that makes him the target of a vicious gang.
||Oct. 8, 1957
||Cheyenne impersonates a traveling stage actor in to order to stop the rebirth of the Confederate army.
||The Mutton Puncher
||Oct. 22, 1957
||Cheyenne gets caught in a range war between his unscrupulous cattle boss and a strong-willed businesswoman.
||Nov. 5, 1957
||While escaping from an arranged marriage to a tyrant, a beautiful, mysterious girl rushes into Cheyenne's life.
||Nov. 19, 1957
||Murder and mystery surround a possible fortune in diamonds hidden in a place that only Cheyenne knows how to find.
||Town of Fear
||Dec. 3, 1957
||A town turns on their sheriff when he accidentally kills a popular man.
||Dec. 17, 1957
||As a range war flares up, Cheyenne investigates who hired a professional killer and which rancher was his target.
||Dec. 31, 1957
||Ranch owners fight between each other over land, water rights, and who gets Cheyenne as a top hand.
||The Last Comanchero
||Jan. 14, 1958
||A criminal causes trouble for Marshal Bodie, as do townspeople, the criminal's son and a young man who wants revenge.
||Jan. 28, 1958
||Cheyenne is pressed into helping a woman hide her gambling parlor from her visiting daughter while protecting it from a hostile takeover.
||Feb. 11, 1958
||A young man has to choose between following honor with the Army or following his heart and his horse.
||The Empty Gun
||Feb. 25, 1958
||A gunslinger enlists Cheyenne's help to pay a debt from his past, but his notorious reputation complicates his efforts.
||March 11, 1958
||A young white man raised by Comanche indians tries to reintegrate into white culture on a wagon train destined for danger.
||Ghost of the Cimmaron
||March 25, 1958
||Cheyenne is forced to partner with a notorious outlaw after they are both betrayed by the outlaw's apprentice.
||April 8, 1958
||After killing a man in self defense, Cheyenne hides his identity from the man’s widow while helping bring her cattle through hostile territory.
||The Long Search
||April 22, 1958
||Secrets are exposed in a town after a young boy goes missing and a nearby Sioux tribe is blamed for his disappearance.
||May 6, 1958
||Criminals threaten to destroy an entire Mexican town if the man who tried to assassinate their leader doesn't reveal himself.
||Dead to Rights
||May 20, 1958
||The death of his business partner leads Cheyenne into the middle of a murder plot, a contested inheritance and a missing boy.
||Noose at Noon
||June 3, 1958
||A family man will die on the gallows at noon unless Cheyenne can find the reason why he confessed to a murder he didn't commit.
||The Angry Sky
||June 17, 1958
||A killer masquerading as a judge invites Cheyenne into his home for a game of cat and mouse.
||Sept. 21, 1959
||A gang of Southern sympathizers holds a town captive and complicate Bodie's efforts to reunite a boy with his ailing father.
||Oct. 5, 1959
||Cheyenne tries to convince a young man to leave a gang of criminals by pretending to be his long-lost father.
||Oct. 12, 1959
||Mexican rebels rescue Cheyenne from French troops, but he has to stand against their brutal leader's plans to assassinate Mexico's president.
||Trial By Conscience
||Oct. 26, 1959
||"The play's the thing"; Cheyenne takes a cue from Shakespeare's Hamlet when a corrupt businessman tries to get away with murder.
||Nov. 2, 1959
||After nearly dying with a wealthy friend in a cave-in, Cheyenne learns the man left him a large estate and multiple enemies.
||Prisoner of Moon Mesa
||Nov. 16, 1959
||A rancher's iron grip on his land, the local town and his daughter leads to injustices of all kinds.
||Gold, Glory and Custer-Prelude
||Jan. 4, 1960
||Cheyenne is assigned as scout to Lt. Colonel George Armstrong Custer just before gold and greed lead to disaster. (Part 1 of 2)
||Gold, Glory and Custer-Requiem
||Jan. 11, 1960
||Cheyenne is the only survivor of the Custer Massacre and powerful men want to silence his testimony. (Part 2 of 2)
||Riot at Arroyo Seco
||Feb. 1, 1960
||When a dry well leads to murder and an uprising, Sheriff Bodie has to defend himself in court against an entire town.
||Feb. 8, 1960
||A young white man raised by Apache indians rebels violently when his hosts won't accept his love for a Mexican girl.
||Outcast of Cripple Creek
||Feb. 29, 1960
||Cheyenne is hired to keep order in a corrupt cow town separated into civilized and uncivilized parts.
||Alibi for the Scalped Man
||March 7, 1960
||Cheyenne arrives for his friend's wedding, but he smells a rat when he learns the groom has disappeared and his bride doesn't care.
||Home Is the Brave
||March 14, 1960
||Bigoted townspeople refuse a proper burial for a war hero because of his race and his past.
||The Long Rope
||Oct. 3, 1960
||Cheyenne returns to challenge corruption in a town that played a significant role during his teenage years.
||Oct. 10, 1960
||Cheyenne must clear his name after he is accused of being allied with a criminal who can be in two places at once.
||Road to Three Graves
||Oct. 31, 1960
||Civil War veterans try to start a home for orphans, but a greedy landowner wants the valuable land and an end to their defiance.
||Two Trails to Santa Fe
||Nov. 28, 1960
||Gold fever clouds the judgment of prospectors as the Army withdraws and hostile indians close in.
||Dec. 19, 1960
||A motley crew of men and women are after more than buffalo when they join Cheyenne and a senator on a hunt.
||Incident at Dawson Flats
||Jan. 9, 1961
||Cheyenne has to stop a lynching after a friend accidentally kills his future brother-in-law.
||Duel at Judas Basin
||Jan. 30, 1961
||Bronco Layne calls on Cheyenne to stop an illegal gun trader and clear Tom "Sugarfoot" Brewster of a murder charge.
||The Return of Mr. Grimm
||Feb. 13, 1961
||A wealthy man holds an entire town hostage when they refuse to convict Sheriff Bodie for the murder of his son.
||Feb. 27, 1961
||A strict lawman has no love for the town fathers forcing him out, but his plan for revenge entangles Cheyenne, who is his replacement.
||The Frightened Town
||March 20, 1961
||Criminals masquerading as cowhands in Cheyenne's cattle drive threaten revenge on a town as a cover for a bank robbery.
||April 10, 1961
||A headstrong Army officer disregards Cheyenne's advice, plows into enemy territory and orders a young soldier to make a wasted sacrifice.
||Massacre at Gunsight Pass
||May 1, 1961
||After a senseless killing of one of their own, vengeful indians trap Cheyenne at a way station with criminals and stagecoach passengers.
||The Greater Glory
||May 15, 1961
||Cheyenne marvels at the faith of a Mormon woman when she survives hardship on the trail with what seems like supernatural help.
||Sept. 25, 1961
||A married rancher tries to woo Cheyenne into agreeing to move her herd through a quarantine area while her lazy, bemused husband watches.
||Oct. 2, 1961
||A bully of a deputy with a town under his thumb tries to frame Cheyenne and a carpenter of murder.
||Oct. 9, 1961
||When the discovery of a hero's body sullies of his reputation and incriminates his subordinate, Cheyenne tries to learn the truth about his death.
||The Young Fugitives
||Oct. 23, 1961
||Framed for murder, a shy young man with a talent for sharpshooting is chased down by a vengeful family.
||Oct. 30, 1961
||Townspeople want to hire Cheyenne to fight off a criminal gang just as he's trying to rid himself of a bank-robbing fugitive who saved his life.
||Nov. 13, 1961
||After a town bank is robbed, Cheyenne uncovers a conspiracy of revenge dating back to the Civil War.
||Nov. 20, 1961
||Legacy of the Lost
||Dec. 4, 1961
||Cheyenne is introduced to what could be his long-lost family, but lies, jealousy and old hatreds poison his new relationships.
||The Brahma Bull
||Dec. 11, 1961
||A bounty hunter's plan using Cheyenne as bait to trap outlaw brothers backfires.
||The Wedding Rings
||Jan. 8, 1962
||While making amends to the family of a man he might have killed, Cheyenne runs afoul of a local tyrant and his greedy, murderous policies.
||Jan. 29, 1962
||A gunslinger past his prime plans to go out in a blaze of glory until a widow and her son make him want to live again.
||One Way Ticket
||Feb. 19, 1962
||Cheyenne juggles his duties escorting a famous criminal to prison while romancing a wealthy widow from the East.
||The Bad Penny
||March 12, 1962
||A series of threatening notes and deaths coincide with the arrival of a beautiful young woman.