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Season 1

1 :01x01 - Father and I Went Down to Camp

Following the disastrous Battle of Brandywine, General Lafayette recruits three young patriots and a freed slave to retrieve 18 cannons captured by the British in the battle.
Guest Stars: Frank Converse as Robert Larkin | Ivor Barry as Coates | Lawrence Dane as Major Tarleton | James B. Douglas as guest star | Sheb Wooley as Sergeant | Ivor Francis as guest star
Director: George McCowan

2 :01x02 - The Ring of Freedom

The British have decided to remove the Liberty Bell and have it melted down but the young rebels devise a plan to save the national symbol of liberty and take it into hiding.
Guest Stars: Eric Christmas as John Coates | Morgan Jones (1) as Sergeant Boggs | Larry Linville as Reverend Wells
Director: George McCowan

3 :01x03 - The Blood of an Englishman

When Isak is wounded on a mission, the young rebels sneak into a British encampment and abduct a British physician to treat their comrade's wounds.
Guest Stars: John Colicos as Colonel Steele | Tom Troupe as Captain Steele | Brad David as Joshua | Gary Tigerman as Will
Director: Sutton Roley

4 :01x04 - To Hang a Hero

Jeremy, Henry, and Isak are sent to New York to aid spy Nathan Hale. When Hale is betrayed to the British by his cousin, the trio then devises a plan to rescue him.
Guest Stars: Ivor Barry as Sir William Howe | Brandon de Wilde as Nathan Hale | Donald Losby as Garvey | Kirk Mee as Samuel Hale
Director: Harry Falk

5 :01x05 - Fort Hope

Jeremy and Isak sneak into a British POW camp to obtain confidential information from a Patriot spy being held there. Unfortunately for our heroes, the spy has died and left the info with another prisoner who doesn't trust them.
Guest Stars: Peter Hale as British Sergeant | Joseph Bernard as Prisoner | Lew Brown as Oliver | Morgan Jones (1) as Sergeant Boggs | Keith McConnell as Newton | Mac McLaughlin as Prisoner | Willard Sage as Captain Green | Michael Vandever as Prisoner | Byron Webster as Fat Jack | William Wintersole as Colonel Bateman
Director: E.W. Swackhamer

6 :01x06 - Suicide Squad

While on a mission to deliver sensitive documents to General Washington at Valley Forge, the young rebels discover a plot by the British to assassinate the patriot commander-in-chief.
Guest Stars: Paul Carr as Corporal Catlin | Clive Clerk as Jonno Devery | Anthony Eustrel as British Colonel | Steve Ihnat as Sergeant Whipple | Robert Knapp as Patriot Captain | Frank Marth as Gustav Schmidlapp | Myron Healey as George Washington
Director: E.W. Swackhamer

7 :01x07 - Alias Ben Todd

Jeremy decides to pose as a dead Tory spy in order to get inside a British camp and obtain useful information for the rebel cause. Things then get really tense when the dead man's wife shows up in the camp.
Guest Stars: Lee Purcell as Maggie Todd | Richard Gates as Ben Todd | Michael Evans as General Forrester | Patrick Horgan as Hastings
Director: Michael Caffey
Writer: Don Brinkley

8 :01x08 - The Hostages

A detachment of Hessian soldiers arrive in Chester and take hostages. Their commander, Major Zanker, demands that the townspeople come forward with the identity of the Continental Army spy code-named "Yankee Doodle." Unknown to Zanker one ot the hostages is the man he's looking for--Jeremy Larkin.
Guest Stars: Eric Braeden as Major Zanker | Eric Christmas as John Coates | Morgan Jones (1) as Sergeant Boggs | Gordon Jump as Robert Carroll
Director: Sutton Roley

9 :01x09 - Age of Independence

When his brother is killed by the British, young Tad Garrett blames Jeremy and decides to kill him to avenge his sibling.
Guest Stars: Robert R. Cannon (1) as Gabriel Garrett | Ray Harden (1) as Sgt. Harden | Donald Moffat as Colonel Scott | David Soul as John Marshall | Mitch Vogel as Tad Garrett
Director: Lou Antonio
Writer: John Wilder

10 :01x10 - Stalemate

An explosion traps the young rebels inside an abandoned mine with four British soldiers.
Guest Stars: Gordon DeVol as Lafayette's aide | Ray Harden (1) as Sgt. Rogers | Harvey Jason as Corporal Davies | Laird Stuart as Pvt. MacDonald | Terrence Scammell as Lt. Martin | John Orchard as Sgt. Atkins
Director: Arthur H. Nadel
Writer: Sy Salkowitz

11 :01x11 - Valley of the Guns

Composer William Billings plays a key role in a mission to destroy a battery of British cannon.
Guest Stars: Monte Markham as William Billings | Jacques Aubuchon as Champfort | Ron Randell as Lord Paxton | Karl Swenson as Parson
Director: Earl Bellamy

12 :01x12 - Dangerous Ally

Henry is arrested for acts of sabotage against the British committed by his cousin and is sentenced to hang. This leaves Jeremy, Isak, and Lafayette to organize a rescue.
Guest Stars: Farrah Fawcett as Sarah | Frank Hotchkiss as Baldwin | Michael Allison as Major Southwick | Jerry Ayres as Harry | John Bakos as William | Leslie Bradley as Hangman | Morgan Jones (1) as Sergeant Boggs | Richard Kelton as Edward | John Mitchum as Meeley | Charles Seel as Minister | Joan Tompkins as Mrs. Meeley |
Uncredited: Brandon Brady as British Sergeant
Director: Harry Falk

13 :01x13 - The Infiltrator

The young rebels take in three newcomers to their ranks but when a mission goes awry it's obvious that one of the three is a British plant.
Guest Stars: Elizabeth Baur as Rachel | Todd Susman as guest star | Stephen Young (1) as Irish | Bernard Fox as General Carlton
Director: Harry Falk

14 :01x14 - Unbroken Chains

Isak is reunited with his long lost brother Pompey. Unfortunately for the two siblings, Pompey has been working for the British and is scheduled to be shot as a spy. To save his brother's life, Isak decides to go against his friends.
Guest Stars: Paul Winfield as Pompey | Sasha Harden as Lt. Col. Schieffler | Ken Swofford as Captain Jack
Director: Marc Daniels

15 :01x15 - To Kill a Traitor

On a mission into Philadelphia, Jeremy is unaware that the spy he's supposed to protect is actually a double agent.
Guest Stars: Gary Lockwood as John Benton
Director: George McCowan
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Action | Adventure | Drama | History
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: ABC ( USA)
Airs: Sundays at 07:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 20, 1970
Ended: January 03, 1971
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