F Troop is a satirical American television sitcom that originally aired for two seasons on ABC-TV. It debuted in the United States on September 14, 1965 and concluded its run on April 6, 1967 with a total of 65 episodes. The first season of 34 episodes was filmed in black-and-white, but the show switched to color for its second season.
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A mountie is after the burglar of Banff, whom he believes is Agarn's look-a-like French Canadian cousin, Lucky Pierre Agarniere.
Everyone except Agarn is transferred, and he must train G Troop whose recruits turn out to be worse than F Troop.
A Prussian balloonist comes to the Fort to inspect prospective personnel.
The bank wants to repossess the saloon when O'Rourke's payroll is stolen, so Agarn and O'Rourke volunteer to guard the next one.
A phony medicine man tries to blame his thefts on Agarn when Agarn suffers a temporary memory loss.
O'Rourke Enterprises takes over a haunted ghost town, expecting to get rich when the railroad comes through.
The daughter of a mining tycoon, kidnapped and raised by Indians, takes a liking to Wilton.
Agarn is to cast the deciding absentee vote in a hometown election.
O'Rourke's visiting father turns the town into Little Ireland while the Sergeant is on vacation.
O'Rourke needs to distract a visiting colonel who enjoys bugle calls, but the trouble is that Dobbs is the army's worst bugler.
Wilton's husband-hunting sister goes after Dobbs, and also assists in Wild Eagle's appendectomy.
An Italian suitor challenges Agarn when Agarn goes after his beloved.
Capt. Parmenter's evil twin Kid Vicious has been robbing banks.
Wrongo gets mixed up with a goat and some dynamite when Parmenter assigns him as a guard.
Parmenter and Agarn go on a wilderness survival test with only a knife, a canteen, and the new Army survival manual.
O'Rourke tries to get even with a blackmailer who took over the saloon.
Two renegade Indians trap Parmenter and hold him hostage, but just want some company.
A samurai is looking for a Japanese girl.
O'Rourke must talk a runaway 10-year-old boy out of joining the cavalry.
A 147-year-old Indian comes back to take over all of America, and begins by trying to starve the troop into surrender.
Wilton wants to capture a wild stallion to impress Wrangler Jane, but O'Rourke wants to sell it to the circus..
A Transylvanian Count that everyone thinks is a vampire is believed responsible for the disappearance of Wrangler Jane.
Agarn leaves to manage a rock group called the Bedbugs, which is somewhat ahead of its time.
Agarn faces a firing squad after everyone believes he killed Sgt. O'Rourke.
Agarn's look-a-like Russian Cossack cousin, Dmitri Agarnoff, comes to town and falls for Wrangler Jane, making Wilton jealous.
Parmenter goes undercover to find out who is selling guns to the Apaches after a colonel lets him know that someone in F Troop is a traitor.
Their dreams of what could happen make Agarn and O'Rourke anxious to rescue Parmenter from a marriage broker.
F Troop faces eviction when a rich carpetbagger comes to town, so they stage an Indian raid to prove they're still needed.
When Parmenter catches a cold the day before his examination for promotion to major, his friends rush to his bedside with their homespun remedies.
Wild Eagle has a toothache, so O'Rourke sneaks him into the Fort to see a visiting dentist, where he has to pretend to be a member of the troop when he attracts the attention of a visiting general.
An efficiency expert comes to Fort Courage, with the authority to close it down.