Lucas is able to break free from the bandits that are holding him hostage just in time to deliver a baby.
A retired gunfighter decides to settle down in North Fork.
Lucas must race to stop an assassination plot.
Mark becomes friends with Marty Blair, a front man for a traveling circus. However, the boy ends up at odds with Lucas when Lucas ends up shooting Marty during a hotel robbery. Marty claims he was an innocent bystander and Mark believes him... pitting father against son.
When a land speculator, Willard Prescott, tries to get Lucas to sell his farmland because the railroad wants to put a line through, Lucas refuses to sell. Prescott calls in some men to convince Lucas to change his mind.
After an accident, Mark becomes afraid of Lucas' gun.
When Micah takes a trip out of town, he leaves blacksmith Nils in charge when Lucas isn't available because it's branding season. However, Nils soon decides to enforce a no-guns policy in North Fork, and some outlaws take advantage of it.
After Lucas misses an easy shot and puts Mark's life at risk, the Rifleman loses confidence in his abilities.
An Indian, John Wing, is wanted for a murder at a railroad camp. Lucas protects John, believing in his innocence, but railway boss Gangling and his men soon capture John and have the authority to put him on trial. Lucas will hang with John if he's found guilty... and Gangling is the killer.
A sign painter is accused of murder.
Mark is threatened by a young boy.
When a Japanese man arrives in North Fork to visit, he is hounded by townspeople.
Lucas' help is needed when a group of lawmen have difficulty capturing a gang of outlaws.
A recluse is the only one who can save Lucas and Mark when they get caught up in quicksand.
Genres: Drama, Western
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 30, 1958
Ended: July 01, 1963