Sergeant Preston of the Yukon
(1955 - 1957)
26 minutes per episode.
Cast: Dick Simmons
Television / Adventure / Frontier / Western
Canadian Mountie Sergeant Preston patrols the wilds of the Yukon with his horse Rex and his faithful dog, a German Shepherd named Yukon King, battling both the elements and criminals. Together, they always got their man.
One Bean Too Many (01/05/1956)
An aspiring news photographer with a curious knack for being in the right place at the right time helps Sergeant Preston and King in their pursuit of fur thieves who were responsible for the death of an Indian brave.
Crime at Wounded Moose (01/12/1956)
Reformed ex-convict Luke Reading is accused of masterminding a series of robberies by a gang of hooded thieves, but he becomes Sergeant Preston's ally when evidence begins to point in another direction.
The Dog Race (01/19/1956)
A ruthless member of a gambling syndicate attempts to affect the outcome of the All-Yukon Dog Race by assaulting the owner of the favored team and attempting to poison his lead dog.
The Phantom of Phoenixville (01/26/1956)
Sergeant Preston offers help to an inexperienced young couple while pursuing thieves who have tapped into the RCMP's telegraph line in order to obtain confidential information concerning gold shipments.
Treacherous sneak thief Milt Strang is saved from freezing by compassionate Yukon newcomer Eileen Mabry. Strang repays the young woman's kindness by attempting to steal her husband's valuable gold claim at gunpoint.
Justice at Goneaway Creek (02/09/1956)
Sergeant Preston must act quickly to prevent a lynching when struggling miner Johnny Johnson is falsely accused of murdering the man who held an overdue note on his claim.
Skagway Secret (02/16/1956)
In the Alaskan town of Skagway, Sergeant Preston is assisted by U. S. Marines in his dangerous undercover pursuit of a murderous fugitive and the head of a gold smuggling ring.
Relief Train (02/23/1956)
After looting a trading post and murdering the owner, two savage profiteers use the stolen food to extort gold from the starving inhabitants of a successful mining camp that was stranded from its supply chain.
The Limping King (09/13/1956)
Preston catches two swindlers who sell salted mines, and then must befriend their bitter victim.
The Black Ace (01/03/1957)
Two feuding brothers have a gold mine that they think is worthless.
Scourge of the Wilderness (01/10/1957)
Rebellious Indians attack a remote trading post.
Blind Justice (01/26/1957)
A young boy adopts a blind dog, who helps catch robbers.
The White Hawk