Israel finds first love with the daughter (Robin Mattson) of a flamboyant woodcarver (Tim O'Connor).
Because of two bumbling brothers (Victor French, Med Flory), Indians think Rebecca is a goddess.
A penniless New Orleans woman runs off, leaving her children (Jodie Foster, Ty Wilson) with Josh.
Israel befriends an elderly Indian (David Opatoshu) plotting revenge for his tribe's near-extinction.
A cook (Philip Proctor) posing as a French prince falls in love in Boonesborough.
Israel joins forces with an Indian classmate to force the teaching of a course in Indian culture.
Boone poses as a pirate to outwit a swindler (Lloyd Bochner) who sold simpleton brothers a deed to Boonesborough.
A man who lost his parents years before blames a scarred stranger (David McLean).
Slave brothers (Dino Washington, Ji-Tu Cumbuka) have their own plans when asked to race each other in an annual event.
The Boones play matchmaker for a stubborn carpenter (Burr DeBenning) and a bookworm (Marianna Hill).
After seeing dolls made by his mother (Ethel Waters), Gabe sets off to a plantation in slave country to see her.
Josh and Gabe try to capture the designer of a British fort, but grab the wrong man.
Unaware their companion (John Davidson) is a spy, Boone and Gabe follow an undercover route to escape British troops.
Trapped in Indian country, Josh tries to help a nun (Mariette Hartley) who survived a massacre.
A white woman with a half-Indian son tries to reconcile with her husband (Ford Rainey) after 15 years.
Daniel is attacked by a murderous family while transporting a chest of gold destined for the Continental Army.
Boone must capture real poachers to free Josh, accused of the crime.
Boone teaches trust to an indentured servant (Christopher Connelly) raised in prison.
A widower (Will Geer) plans to hang Boone, whom he blames for his wife's drowning.
Josh and Gabe help a vengeful Spanish pirate (César Romero) expose his king's invasion plan.
Boone figures in the plans of a British couple (Ed Flanders, Jill Ireland) to free a captured British official.
Ben Franklin (Fredd Wayne) prints a batch of counterfeit pound notes to allow Boone to purchase supplies.
Boone enlists Gabe, a murderer, a coward and an enemy prisoner to capture a British cannon emplacement.
In New Orleans Josh falls for a beauty (Marj Dusay) who is actually part of a theft ring.
Ben and Israel find a young escaped slave in a stream and recruit Boone to help the boy's father (Floyd Patterson).
Jonny Appleseed (Roger Miller) helps prevent an Indian war brought on by the accidental shooting of a Cherokee boy.
Two sisters (Joan Hackett, Donna Baccala) capture Boone and a friend and force them to mine salt.
The Boones play matchmaker for a former Army sergeant (Barbara Bel Geddes) and a German tinker (Jack Kruschen).
An Indian chief captures Israel and offers to trade his life for twenty rifles.
Boone regrets taking in the sullen, vengeful son (Ron Howard) of a murderous thief who was killed in a confrontation.
Boone and his friend enlist an odd band of travelers to blow up a gorge to stop British soldiers.
A friend uses magic, inspiring fear in some and thoughts of profit in others.
Five soldiers who survived an Indian attack kill their colonel and search for a hidden payroll pouch.
Boone helps a suitor (John Davidson) build a nest egg to win the girl he loves (Shelley Fabares).
The Continental Army orders Daniel to blow up strategic bridges, but a farmer (Simon Oakland) will not let Boone blow up the bridge he needs to transport his goods.
Josh's inheritance from his rich uncle consists of a parcel of land and a slave (Yaphet Kotto).
An elderly gunsmith (Burgess Meredith) falls into Indian hands while asserting his independence.
In Williamsburg, Israel meets two children forced to steal for the head (Vincent Price) of the orphanage.
A storyteller (Burl Ives) and his invisible bear help a lame boy (Rory Stevens) learn self-confidence.
A battered indentured servant murders his master, a religious fanatic, then frames Gideon.
Israel and a sea-captain friend (Henry Jones) get involved in a caper involving a royal dispatch box and a thief.
Boone tries to help his river-pirate friend (Forrest Tucker), now leading raids on supply wagons.
A former Royalist (Ford Rainey) returns from exile in Canada to find his land has been confiscated.
Drawings by an old friend (Mariette Hartley) lead Josh to a valley and a mad Englishman hoarding Aztec treasure.
An Army general plans to use Boone as bait in a trap for the frontiersman's friend, a Wyandot chief.
A former slave (Yaphet Kotto), adopted by Indians, terrorizes and robs Boonesborough.
A woman (Lois Nettleton) and her boyfriend (Skip Ward) rob Boone's stagecoach and steal his tax money.
Josh returns to his hometown to visit a friend but finds the community a wreck and his friend missing.
On the way to New Orleans, Boone and a friend help two nuns, then learn one is an aristocrat fleeing the French Revolution.
An old friend asks Boone to teach woodcraft to his son, a dandified artist.
A bounty hunter seeking a naval deserter is tricked into capturing Boone's friend Gideon as an escaped slave.
To his horror, a young trapper faces having to marry the pretty young bond servant he bought at an auction.
Boone and a hermit (Jeff Morrow) help a woman (Julie Harris) who Creeks believe is a witch.
A man (Andrew Prine) seeking to free his bondmaid sister plans to steal an arms shipment bound for Boonesborough.
Israel, Boone and Rebecca take on Indian attackers, one by one.
Believing his son dead, Gideon takes revenge on Boone by stealing Israel.
The Boones befriend a scheming medicine man's (Hans Conried) Gypsy bondservant (Anthony Alda).
Boone helps an old friend (Charles Drake) who lost his son because his neighbors think him a coward.
Boone lets the Spanish capture him as part of a plan to blow up a partially completed Virginia fort.
Israel befriends an accused British mutineer pursued by a shipmate (Wilfrid Hyde-White) sought for two murders.
Daniel saves a stubborn man and his family whose lives are endangered by the Indians they have cheated.
A killer (John Carradine) terrorizes witnesses Israel and friends into silence.
Mingo masquerades as a British major (Harold Gould) to steal a shipment of rapid-firing rifles.
A crow switches a rock for Israel's silver coin and leads him to a pirate (Jim Backus) seeking treasure.
A Delaware (Adrienne Hayes), raised by a white planter, must prove herself a worthy tribal leader.
Ottawas capture Boone while he is trying to free a code expert from the British, then plan to torture him to death.
The murder of a Cherokee chief, perhaps by a bigoted trapper, makes Mingo temporary head of the tribe.
A boy (Michael Burns), whose father was killed by Indians, faces the possible loss of his beloved horse.
Boone teaches a lieutenant about backwoods fighting during an attack on a British cannon installation.
A slavehunter (James Gregory) chains Boone with a group of escaped slaves then is attacked by Shawnee.
Strange happenings greet Rebecca and Israel when they visit a seaside house left to Rebecca by her uncle.
A father takes a soldier hostage to force British troops to free his rebel son.
Boone guides a French ally, masquerading as an actor, who is traveling to Roanoke to buy guns for the Continental Army.
Israel helps a starving outcast who is haunted by memories of the Shawnee murdering his parents.
An Indian jailed for murder escapes and comes to take revenge on witness Boone and recover his son from settlers.
Israel must call upon all he has learned to save Boone from a rattlesnake bite.
Boone and wounded Mingo ask a river pirate (Forrest Tucker) to help retrieve furs from a thief (Victor Buono).
After fur-trappers break a treaty, a Cherokee chief's hotheaded son tries to start a war.
Rebecca decides to help Boone rescue President John Adams from kidnappers.
A traitor's (Simon Oakland) plan to profit from war with the Spanish backfires.
Boone and Mingo try to stop the commandant of West Point from selling the fort to the British.
A dying man gives Boone a rose-pearl necklace and says he committed a murder for which another will hang in New Orleans.
Boone helps a mountaineer (Jimmy Dean), accused of murder, who says one of his pursuers is the real killer.
An orphan (Kurt Russell), determined to keep his family together, causes trouble for rescuer Boone.
Boone sets out to recapture a prisoner, an educated black accused of murdering an Indian chief.
Israel runs away with his pet fawn when Boone says the destructive animal, too tame to set free, must be killed.
Boone suspects nothing when a man (Sidney Blackmer) asks for help to free his family from Indians.
As Boonesborough awaits a slavery vote, a frontiersman struggles to protect his pet wolf from townspeople.
Using Mingo and one cannon as a decoy, Boone slips the rest past the British.
An impoverished nobleman (Ricardo Montalbán) acquires the Liberty Bell and decides to sell it to the British.
Boone and Israel foil a plot to grab a French prince and send him back to a revolutionary tribunal.
Boone fights a dishonest boatman (Leif Erickson) and Shawnee to deliver gunpowder to Boonesborough.
A buckskin-clad girl (Kathryn Walsh) leads Boone to a lost colony of settlers in a valley feared by Indians.
Mingo masquerades as white to help an Indian boy condemned by the bigoted head (Jeffrey Hunter) of a settlement.
A Shawnee faces danger when he believes in the magic of a gun given to him by Boone for saving Israel's life.
Boone suspects an old friend (Cameron Mitchell) has a vested interest in preventing prompt payment of Boonesborough's taxes.
Boone employs a mastodon's skeleton to fight two slave traders seeking runaway slaves.
Boone and Mingo agree to transport an unwilling Creek princess to an arranged wedding with a Shawnee.
Israel is taken captive so Boone will help steal a war hero's body and then extort money from the family.
Washington visits in answer to a letter from Boone, who never wrote to him.
Israel helps clear a wild-looking mountain man (Jeff York), accused of murdering a man who refused to pay a debt.
Fearing three vengeful brothers, Otis spends money given to him for draft horses on a husky slave (Woody Strode).
Mingo struggles with his divided heritage when an Indian council announces the British will help recapture Indian land.
Boone faces a killer bear and the man (Slim Pickens) who has sworn vengeance on the animal.
Boone fights pursuers, loyalists and the greed of his own men while delivering winter supplies to Boonesborough.
On his way through Kentucky, Boone meets his future wife, makes an Indian friend and uncovers deception.
A man (Royal Dano) finds only danger when he seeks a fabled city of gold.
Mingo arranges a prison break to free Boone after a couple frames him for murder.
Renegades take Israel hostage when they find him and injured Mingo in the forest.
A British ex-officer, once Boone's friend, plans to obtain land by trading 50 stolen rifles to the Shawnees.
An ambush on the way to New Orleans leaves Boone in possession of a famous pirate's journal.
Angry Shawnees prepare for battle when an engineer insists on building a highway through their hunting grounds.
Boone and his party endure hardship to blow up a bridge between the advancing British and Fort Wayne.
Three escaped Army prisoners, seeking revenge on a former commander, pressure Boone by seizing his children.
Boone heads to Pennsylvania to have a new gun made, but meets two scoundrels seeking a guide to the Mississippi.
A former Continental Army officer (George Sanders) uses a smallpox threat to raise troops against Indians.
A bounty hunter seeking Army deserters learns one of his captives is valuable Boone.
After Seminoles hail him a god, a magician lets his power go to his head.
A Spanish military expedition chasing a French revolutionary mistakes Boone for its quarry.
The sister of a British officer lies that she narrowly escaped an Indian massacre; Boone must avert war.
On a cold Christmas Eve, hungry Boonesborough awaits the birth of an Indian child who could reconcile two tribes.
Ambushed by the British, a soldier carrying a vital presidential dispatch lives long enough to pass it to Boone.
Feelings for Jemima make a dashing young outlaw (Fabian) consider reforming.
Vigilantes stalk Mingo after his knife falls into the hands of a Cherokee who murders a trader's family.
Boone's eccentric father-in-law (John McIntire) concocts a Thanksgiving Day plan to prevent a Choctaw attack.
A Scottish emigrant, a Cherokee chief's son and Israel try to prevent a war between settlers and Indians.
Boone must box a British champion to stop a land-development company from seizing Boonesborough.
Jericho leads Aaron Burr and his party to the Cumberland River, unaware he is being used in a conspiracy.
Boone first respects, then likes, a drunkard sought for burning an Indian village.
Israel violates a burial ritual when he rescues an aged Indian (Cyril Delevanti) from death in a cave.
Boone pursues a runaway slave (Rafer Johnson) stealing pelts to earn passage to Africa.
A chief (Henry Silva) of a long-dead Aztec tribe enters the Shawnees' Valley of Death.
Boonesborough loses hope of winning an annual race when Boone sprains his ankle, until Jericho steps in.
Boone deals with a Chickasaw chief and his son to save Boonesborough from a British officer.
Boone seeks a chief's advice about the affair between a pioneer youth (Robert Logan) and a Creek girl (Anne Helm).
A fur thief grabs a sacred doll from grieving Indian parents (Eddie Little Sky, Adrienne Hayes).
The arrival of Cajun travelers (Frank Silvera, Pilar Seurat) coincides with a mauling blamed on a black panther.
Lacking water and powder, the women and children of Boonesborough seem easy prey for attacking Choctaws.
Boone seems guilty of betrayal when he allows Choctaws to capture the town's men.
An idealistic schoolteacher (George Gobel) incites Boonesborough's wrath by giving gunpowder to the Shawnees.
A British admiral (Edward Mulhare) takes Boone, Ben Franklin, a French agent and a widow (Anna Lee) captive in Virginia.
An Irish peddler (John McIntire) arrives in Boonesborough looking for his long-lost daughter, Rebecca.
Boone commands four criminals recruited by Yadkin to haul frieght to Boonesborough.
A Quaker family refuses to fight until Indians kidnap a daughter.
Boone assists a boy (Kurt Russell) and winds up at the mercy of a larcenous clan.
A condemned bounty hunter (Dan Duryea) who escaped from a military convoy takes the Boones hostage.
While hunting, the Boones meet a delirious British officer (Macdonald Carey) pursued by vengeful Shawnees.
Boone befriends a mother (Geraldine Brooks) and son (Kurt Russell), but learns the woman is accused of witchcraft.
A Shawnee prophet (John Russell) predicts massacre for the settlers of Boonesborough.
Boone cannot believe a boyhood friend (Pat Hingle) murdered two Cherokee youths.
A religious leader (Madlyn Rhue) of the Senecas has a loyalist officer (Rhodes Reason) kidnap Rebecca to lure Boone.
Mingo plans to do more than protest a new treaty when he and Boone visit Virginia's governor general (Walter Pidgeon).
A man, thought dead, appears at Boone's campfire and asks directions to a massacre site.
A bondsman (Peter Whitney) insists on returning a runaway slave (Brock Peters) unshackled by Daniel Boone.
Yadkin's trickery leaves Boone the unexpected, and unwilling, owner of indentured Irish sisters (Fay Spain, Nina Shipman).
Israel becomes lost in the woods after fur thieves ambush him, Boone and Yadkin.
A British officer (Michael Rennie) captures Boone then impersonates him to win Indian allies.
Boone chases a river pirate (Émile Genest) who plans to sell a load of stolen arms to Shawnees.
British soldiers and Indians surround Jemima as she tries to help Boone, wounded in the wilderness.
Boone invites a widow (Bethel Leslie) and her hungry brood to town, but one of the children steals a telescope.
Boone meets Mingo's savage brother (Ed Ames in a dual role) when he investigates assault charges against Mingo.
War looms after an Indian princess (Lynn Loring), actually a white captive, is sold to settlers for provisions.
Washington orders Daniel Boone to build a fort to defend settlers against Indians supplied by the British.
Boonesborough perde a esperança de vencer a corrida anual quando Boone torce o tornozelo, mas Jericho decide participar da competição.
Boone lida com um chefe da tribo Chickasaw e seu filho para salvar Boonesborough.
Na véspera de Natal, uma tempestade de neve atinge Boonesborough. A única chance de sobrevivência da população é se abrigar no forte da cidade. Debaixo de tanta neve, um casal de índios, à espera de seu primeiro filho, procura por abrigo.
Soldado é atacado pelos ingleses mas consegue sobreviver tempo suficiente para repassar a Boone uma mensagem vital ao presidente.
Um criminoso atraente pensa em mudar ao perceber seus sentimentos por Jemima.
Daniel tenta salvar Mingo de uma multidão de linchadores acusando-o de assassinato.
Daniel Boone é uma série de televisão americana de ação e aventura que retrata o estalajadeiro Cincinnatus.
Boone e Mingo aceitam levar uma contrariada princesa Creek para casamento arranjado com um Shawnee.