Cheyenne, Smitty and a woman they just rescued from an Indian attack are trapped by a band of desperados in their fortified mountain hideaway.
Trying to guide a lost wagon train, Cheyenne and Smitty tangle with a gang of cattle rustlers.
Cheyenne tries to help two prospectors in their search for a gold mine, but then they encounter renegade Indians who try to rob them.
Pursuing the bandits who killed a friend of theirs, Cheyenne and Smitty find that the gang has taken over an entire town and only the local padre has the courage to stand against them.
Cheyenne's previous acquaintance with a woman involves him in blackmail and nearly gets him killed.
Cheyenne has his troubles keeping a prisoner alive: the man is accused of murder and townspeople want him hanged---now!
Guiding a cavalry troop through Indian territory, Cheyenne leads a mutiny to avoid a massacre.
A rancher named John Dembro gives shelter to Cheyenne who's been hurt in an ""incident"" on the adjoining ranch owned by Martin Storm. Both Dembro's teenaged daughter, Johnny, and her stepmother, Sheila, are anxious to treat Cheyenne's injuries and they become bitter rivals. Soon Dembro persuades the recovered Cheyenne to help him unite the other small ranchers to oppose Storm who maintains his authority through a hired ""gun"" named Swallow. Cheyenne kills Swallow in a shootout. Dembro becomes drunk in the ensuing celebration and dies in a fire, though Sheila could have saved him. Now free of her husband, Sheila makes a play for Cheyenne who spurns her. Hurt and angry, the increasingly-deranged Sheila has Cheyenne arrested, claiming he killed her husband. Sheila's deemed too crazy to give credible testimony so Cheyenne is freed but townspeople, believing Cheyenne's guilty, form a lynch mob, egged on by Storm. Johnny arrives on the scene and convinces the crowd of Cheyenne's innocence. Sto
Pat Keogh is a bank robber and killer who, when the episode begins, has just killed a man and Cheyenne has been accused by a group of vigilantes. Keogh rescues Cheyenne, admitting to him that he was the guilty party, and he cuts Cheyenne in on the bank robbery he's about to make in Red Rock with the help of two accomplices. Cheyenne meets a marshal friend who is trailing Keogh and enlists Cheyenne's help in stopping Keogh. Cheyenne foils the plot, but not after a lot of gunplay.
It's been five years since Ed McKeever's two daughters, Ruth and Jenny, were kidnapped by Chief Tanaka. A scout has just located the women and Cheyenne is assigned to lead the rescue mission of volunteers made up mostly of stockade prisoners from a nearby fort.
Cheyenne meets a sly Indian's test of courage to save a wagonload of white settlers.
In a Mexico wracked by political unrest, Cheyenne tangles with revolutionaries, a con man and a blonde pickpocket.
A small-town sheriff, whom Cheyenne admires, is hoodwinked by a woman.
Cheyenne's friend falls for a rancher's pretty daughter, but the rancher prefers Cheyenne as his son-in-law.
The train to California carries some mighty interesting passengers, including Cheyenne and his...wife?!
Murder enters the dealings when Cheyenne gets involved with a charming swindler on a cattle drive.
Cheyenne waits out a winter with a cattle drive.
Cheyenne and Hoot Hollister take the river boat to St. Louis for a night on the town.
Marshal Frank Moxon saves Cheyenne's life.
Cheyenne is sent by the Cattlemen's Association to stop a cattle rustling.
Cheyenne hunts wild horses.
Cheyenne is forced into a gunfight with the Laverson brothers, leaving two dead and one out for revenge.
Cheyenne rides into Stagge City (pop. 407) and is promptly arrested on a trumped-up charge of vagrancy. He's given a 90-day sentence which must be served by performing hard labor at the Stagge Silver Mine. From the other convict-workers at this mine, Cheyenne learns that even when his sentence has been served, excuses will be made to extend it indefinitely. Cheyenne also learns that Mr. Stagge, rendered mute by a stroke, has had his mine effectively stolen from him by a conniving woman named Iris Danner who was originally hired to teach Stagge's daughter, Virginia. Iris runs the mine with the support of gunslinger, Les Shore. By playing off Iris and Shore against each other, Cheyenne eventually frees himself and his fellow prisoners while returning control of the mine to Stagge and his daughter.
Cheyenne takes an old mill train home.
Cheyenne is suspected of being a member of the Ellwood gang.
Cheyenne must get a herd of horses to a desolate cavalry base.
While panning gold, Morgan Trude shoots Cheyenne, thinking he is going to rob him.
Cheyenne helps an honest newspaper in a fight against a crooked man.
Cheyenne rides into Crowheart carrying a dead man he found along the trail.
While working as a small town sheriff Cheyenne falls for a girl who's father was a sheriff & her brother is a killer.
Cheyenne Bodie (Clint Walker) stops at a cabin for help with a lame horse, and is shot at. He soon ends up on the wrong side of a posse.
Cheyenne takes over a livery stable in exchange for money he is owed. Then he finds out why he got it so cheap. A protection racket runs the town and Cheyenne faces a showdown with the leader when he refuses to pay.
The only survivor of a stage coach robbery is an infant boy. He is also the heir to a large land grant and someone else wants the land.
A bank robber that Cheyenne is bringing in, saves him when he's caught in a bear trap.
An Indian uprising results when reporter Fay Kirby tries to interview Sitting Bull.
A schoolmaster kills an outlaw. His reward: The school is besieged by the outlaw's brothers.
Clint Walker sings and dances as Cheyenne poses as an actor to expose a ring of Southern subversives.
Cheyenne serves as the stake in a poker game---and a pretty rancher wins.
Sebastian Cabot and Erin O'Brien play an aging general and his unwilling bride.
Cheyenne guides a group of ruthless fortune hunters on a dangerous search for buried diamonds.
An entire town turns against Cheyenne when he tries to prove a friend is not guilty of murder.
A rancher who hired Cheyenne fears he's a gunman out to kill him.
Cheyenne turns down the job of top hand for rancher Ben Gentry but finds two more offers awaiting him for the same job.
Cheyenne must stand up to a lynch mob to protect his captive, a man who sold guns to the Indians.
Cheyenne takes over a saloon for a woman whose daughter is coming home after years in the East.
An Indian-hating colonel threatens to ruin Cheyenne's peace negotiations.
When Matt Reardon tries to aid the widow of a man he killed, he learns her son is out for vengeance.
Cheyenne, leading a wagon train in Apache territory, meets a band of braves and tries to free a teenage captive from them.
Forced to aid a wounded gunman, Cheyenne is mistaken for a gang member by lawmen.
Cheyenne, in disguise, acts as a trail boss for a woman whose husband he killed in self-defense.
A 10-year-old boy has disappeared, and Cheyenne is aided in the search by a Sioux youth, whose tribe has been accused of kidnapping the boy.
Cheyenne aids a village that faces destruction by an outlaw who's avenging the deaths of two of his men.
A suave attorney stymies Cheyenne's hunt for a killer.
An innocent man must hang for murder---or his wife will be killed.
A woman comes to Cheyenne's aid after he is wounded while trailing a killer.
A sinister plot interrupts Cheyenne's efforts to unite a family split by the Civil War.
Cheyenne poses as robber Wes McQueen to find the late crook's hidden loot.
Cheyenne gets mixed up in a murder plot while delivering printing equipment.
Taking a cue from "Hamlet," Cheyenne uses an old stage trick to trap a killer.
Cheyenne hires on as a ranch hand to investigate murder and fraud.
Cheyenne faces a hostile countryside when he replaces a popular foreman.
This two-part episode depicts events leading up to the famous Little Bighorn massacre. As an Indian scout with Col. Custer's regiment, Cheyenne Bodie helps search for gold on a Sioux reservation. (Part 1 of 2)
Colonel Custer's regiment is wiped out in the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Risking a charge of desertion, Cheyenne decides to appear at Major Reno's court martial. (Part 2 of 2)
Shooting the son of a prominent citizen wasn't the most popular act of Cheyenne's career---but it was the only way to stop a lynch mob.
Cheyenne sides with a white man raised by Apaches when a vengeful character tries to break up his marriage.
Disgusted by corruption, Cheyenne resigns as marshal and is promptly jailed---but his successor can't keep the peace alone.
A bridegroom disappears and Cheyenne is jailed on a trumped-up murder charge.
The enemies of a dead hero try to prevent his honorable burial.
Cheyenne is reminded of a scene from his boyhood when Fred Baker comes to him for help.
Cheynne is guarding a gold shipment when thieves attack, steal the gold and kill a man.
Delivering mine equipment, Cheyenne runs into a feud between rival mine owners.
An Apache woman named Alleah is to be tortured to death for marrying a white man. Cheyenne helps her to escape and the angry Apaches ride to attack a nearby mining settlement in retaliation.
Al Lestrade, Dodge City's marshal, is on vacation, hunting buffalo. But a cartridge from the shot fired to stampede an approaching herd is traced to Lestrade's rifle.
"Duel at Judas Basin" combines the trinity of Cheyenne, Bronco, and Sugarfoot in one episode. This 'summit meeting' provides an exciting episode for young fans knowing that the bad guys didn't have a chance. But one gets framed for murder, jailed and broken out; another is working undercover to infiltrate the bad guys, is almost taken prisoner, gets away, and all the while Cheyenne has to hold it all together as the three fight the local law, Crazy Horse and the bad guys.
A hate-filled father arranges a lynching for Cheyenne to avenge the death of his son, killed while resisting arrest.
Cheyenne no sooner brings a robber in than a marshal releases him.
Outlaws take over an entire town, but only Cheyenne is willing to help the marshal (Andrew Duggan).
A stubborn cavalry captain ignores Cheyenne's advice---and leads his patrol into certain slaughter.
Cheyenne's in the middle when Indians attack the stage in which he and his prisoner are traveling.
Cheyenne and Billy the Kid join forces to help a woman in trouble.
A fiery cattlewoman involves Cheyenne in her business and her life.
Cheyenne stops in Colton City to put up some supplies and a man by the name of Kell provokes him into a fight.
A bride is left in the lurch when her groom turns fugitive on their wedding day.
Young Gilby Collins outshoots ""the Great Kinsey"" in a carnival competition and wins a gun. When Nita, Kinsey's assistant, congratulates Collins, her sore-loser boss manhandles her. Collins comes to her defense, Kinsey draws a gun, and Collins shoots him dead. Kinsey's relatives, the Crawfords, plan to lynch Collins despite Nita's insistence that Collins fired in self defense. Cheyenne steps forward, saying that Collins should be taken to the Marshal in a nearby town for a fair trial. Not trusting the legal system, however, Collins flees toward Mexico along with Nita. The elder Crawford organizes a posse and goes after them. Cheyenne rides along with the posse, anxious to see that justice is done even if it means risking a horsewhipping at the hands of the vengeful Crawford.
On the trail of a sheriff's killer, Cheyenne is interrupted by a town's plea for help in dealing with a gang of terrorists.
Townspeople oppose Cheyenne as he tries to capture robbers who made off with an unpopular tycoon's fortune.
A young orphan begs Cheyenne to help him find his parents. Cheyenne agrees---then the boy himself disappears.
Cheyenne learns that his white father may still be alive.
A bull complicates Cheyenne's efforts to help a sick child.
Cheyenne tangles with a bandit who named himself dictator of a Mexican province.
The Kirby brothers are determined to kill gunfighter Ben Shelby---but it's Cheyenne they have cornered.
Cheyenne's distractions while escorting an outlaw to jail: the outlaw's friends, the outlaw's enemies---and a pretty widow.
When four men receive notes threatening their lives, Cheyenne suggests the notes may have come from a newcomer in town. This gets a hearty laugh, because the new arrival is pretty young Penelope Piper.
Marshal Frank Ragan rides into Stark City to visit Johnny Wilson. But Wilson has disappeared and cattle baron Ben Stark tells Ragan he had better do the same.
After defeating a bully, Cheyenne discovers his prize: the man's old-maid sister (Sally Kellerman).
Cheyenne's after a killer and Indians tell him his quarry is a monster called Satonka.
Shortly after arriving in Rock Springs, Sam Pridemore stops a killer and becomes a town hero. Cheyenne knows the man and suspects he is after the gold in the bank.
Cheyenne helps a wounded cowboy who is suffering from amnesia. He suspects the man was a member of a band of outlaws that robbed the Cattlemen's Association.
Jud Ainley is on trial for murder and the main witness against him, lawman Harry Thomas is discredited as a witness and charged with robbery.
Charlie Teeney and his followers go looking for gold on the Sioux reservation after they see White Crow come into town with two small bags of gold.
A blind singer, under the spell of a crooked gambler, backs up an accusation of murder against Cheyenne.
Cheyenne is involved in an Indian uprising when the railroad threatens to run through sacred burial grounds.
Cheyenne, appointed to the state senate, starts a campaign to preserve the buffalo.
Cheyenne's first job as sheriff: quell a friend's thirst for vengeance.
An Indian is accused of treason when an Army unit he's leading gets ambushed.
Cheyenne is charged with murder---his own.
Cheyenne takes on an evil cattleman (Andrew Duggan).