One of the most popular western classics of all time, enjoy a showcasing of popular episodes here, following along in the adventures of Ben Cartwright and sons.
The Cartwrights try to invalidate a Spanish land grant to stop the De La Cuesta family from taking part of the Ponderosa and all of the Carson Valley settlers' land.
Adam finds himself hostage to Jeb, a dangerous sheep herder who wants Ben to sign over a large plot of land.
Ben helps three deserters, escaped from an Army stockade. Learning what they had to deal with, Ben promises to share the truth with his friend who is in charge of the fort.
Ben and Adam are about to be hung for a crime they didn't commit. Joe and Hoss must find out why the witnesses to the alleged crime have lied about what happened before the execution takes place.
The son of a neighboring rancher intends to sell their land for a mining operation that will ruin the water rights agreement that Andy and Ben made years ago.
The Cartwrights take a young boy to the Ponderosa after the death of his mother. Hoss is the only one that is able to get through to the boy's hostility and bitterness.
Little Joe tries to help a gypsy girl who was abandoned by her people - because they believed she was a werewolf.
After the Virginia City bank is robbed by an outlaw gang, the gang’s youngest member gets a job on the Ponderosa. Initially welcomed, Little Joe becomes suspicious of Ponderosa’s newest member.
After shooting Luke Grayson in self-defense, Ben Cartwright must protect himself from Grayson’s son, Todd, who seeks to avenge his father’s death.
After a U.S. deputy marshal saves Adam's life from two gunmen, he explains that he is in town to bring a close friend of the Cartwright's to San Francisco to testify in a statewide racketeering trial.
After a deal is made between Ben and Tom Edwards, suspicions of Edwards’ previous accident and Ben’s involvement in that accident brings tension to Ponderosa.
Adam tags along with a wagon train of Quakers passing through town as he is interested in the leader’s daughter. Someone, however, intends to take the gold being carried in the wagon.
Retired U.S. Deputy Marshall Denver McKee struggles to find the suspects responsible for stolen cattle and murdered ranchers.
Ben Cartwright gives a strip of fertile farming land to an Indian who had previously saved Ben’s life. Things take a deadly turn, however, when the land ends up being next to a very racist farmer.
Little Joe's date, Jennifer, is abducted and held for ransom at the circus. He and Hoss search the circus for her, facing a tough crowd of carnies in their search.
Little Joe teaches sign language to a beautiful deaf girl, but finds himself in trouble when the girl’s neighbor becomes jealous of the attention Little Joe is receiving from the girl.
Gunnar, a long-lost relative of the Cartwright family, arrives in Ponderosa, where the family takes him in for the night. Unknown to the Cartwrights, he's the leader of The Comancheros.
Ben unknowingly hires outlaw Johnny Logan to help him with his cattle drive. Logan, going by the name Sam Jackson, joined with a plan to kill the sheriff of a nearby town.
Cast: Michael Landon, Lorne Green, Pernell Roberts
Directed By: Jacques Tourneur, Christian Nyby, Arthur Lubin, Lewis Allen, Charles F. Haas, Felix E. Feist, George Blair, John Rich, James Neilson, Richard Bartlett, John Florea, Robert Altman
Classic, Westerns, Action and Adventure, Adventure