Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theatre, sometimes simply called Zane Grey Theatre, is an American Western anthology series which ran on CBS from 1956 to 1961.
When simple Willie receives a reward for killing an outlaw he becomes the big man in town, until it turns out that Willie killed the wrong man.
Brenner, Doyle and Sandy are a trio of bank robbers, who've come up with a really slick plan. But Brenner, the mastermind, hasn't taken Doyle's itchy trigger finger into account.
After her son goes missing a search party goes out looking for the youngster.
A former Confederate soldier who has spent some long years in prison, Ox has only one thing in mind - revenge on his old commanding officer for putting him behind bars.
Beth and Jim Brayden have struggled to keep their ranch when the greed of a neighboring rancher tries to lay claim to their land.
Comanche Indians raid a shepherd's camp, killing all the hands except an itinerant cowboy named Dundee. He doesn't have to wait long before he learns why he have to wait long before he learns why he was spared. The Indians plan to trade him for horses and guns.
Geronimo and his renagades are on the warpath again. Army officer Gatewood heads for the Mexican Sierras with two Apache prisoners to try and talk the ruthless leader into surrender.
Sarah Harmon is traveling in a wagon train which halts at the scene of an Apache raid.
Dr. Pittman's daughter is held hostage until the good doctor performs surgery on one of the outlaws.
Matt Rowland is determined to prevent Mormons from entering into Joshua City after he hears there is cholera aboard the wagon train. His son Tod begins to question his father's motives after he meets a young lady from the train.
An old-time gunslinger named Mapes gets out of prison and returns to track down John Duncan, the man who framed him many years ago.
Laurie Pritchard is a farm girl engaged to a farm boy but the farm life isn't consistent with her dreams. Then she meets a man who might be able to make her dreams come true.
Union Army Col. Blackburn commands a squad of mercenary soldiers whose current mission is to get vital papers through Confederate lines. There's an air of mutiny as the mercenaries complain about the dangerous duty.
John Baylor is summoned to the home of a friend of his fathers. The man is dying and wishes to leave everything to one of his two daughters. John wants to find out why one daughter is excluded.
Widow Amy Lawson's son, a Cavalry Officer, is killed in action. Amy blames Major Sinclair for her son's death. The major isn't just the Cavalry commander - he's Amy's fiance.
Jess Whiting is a driven man, he is afraid that the Indian uprising is because of his Indian wife and that she will be taken from him.
Ex-convict Ed Dubro has reluctantly agreed to his daughter's marriage to Vince Harwell. But on the wedding day, Laurie learns that Vince is already married.
Lyman now a cripple, years ago tried to fly through the air under his own power. Now Lyman's nephew Thalian is determined to do the same thing.
A wintery outpost leaves the last two soldiers, one a Rebel the other Confederate to survive their blistering hatred.
Jimmy Pierce holds his father, a religious preacher responsible for the death of his mother.
The scar on Jesse Martin's life is his memory of his months in a prison camp during the Civil War.
Henry Jacob Hanley, a drunken desert rat, is just making himself at home in a deserted fort when he acquires some company. Beth Woodfield arrives on a mission taken over from her dead father- delivering the new Gatling gun to the troops in Mexico.
In the sleepy decent town of Heaven, evil arrives in the form of Nick Finn, as Michael Peters soon finds out he is the only one not swayed by the devil.
Madden a cowardly farmer is fearful that not only are they after his land but his wife as well.
New Bethlehem, Arizona, has no saloons or gambling halls because of the House of Matthew religious sect which inhabits it.
Sheriff Jed Morgan is worried about his prisoner, Tom Bowdry, because the local gentry seems to be getting lynch fever. Morgan hires guide Branch Taylor to hustle Bowdry to the nearby town of Borrego.
Prisoner Lee DuVal could go free by working for the governor of Texas.
Chet Loring, Ellen Gaynor, and Billie Gaynor grew up together in the same house. Chet wants to marry Ellen but accidentally shoots and kills Billie. Now Ellen and Billie's father wants to hang Chet.
Union Lieutenant Sam Kenyon informs the citizens of an isolated Rebel community that some rookie troops will be camping near there for a few days. For the sake of their own health, he offers the townspeople a warning - don't taunt the young soldiers.
A woman sentenced to hang for the murder of her husband is sent a second chance by a Government Agent.