Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color Season 7
S07 E01Oct 16, 1960
Rapids Ahead/Bear Country Oct 16, 1960
S07 E02Oct 30, 1960
Zorro: El Bandido Oct 30, 1960 Mexican bandits fleeing north to California under the leadership of clever and charismatic El Cuchillo (The Knife) ride into Los Angeles and decide to steal a shipment of silver. Don Diego quickly becomes suspicious of them and saves the day as Zorro, but the sword fight between El Zorro and El Cuchillo has to be aborted when Sgt. Garcia and his lancers arrive. Nevertheless, Zorro leaves Cuchillo with a ""Z"" slashed into his coat and a warning to get out of California.
S07 E03Nov 6, 1960
Zorro: Adios El Cuchillo Nov 6, 1960 Humiliated by Zorro and his famous Z, El Cuchillo goes back to Los Angeles to get his revenge.
S07 E04Nov 13, 1960
Donald's Silver Anniversary Nov 13, 1960 In this installment, the studio celebrates the 25th anniversary of Donald Duck's show business premiere.
S07 E05Nov 20, 1960
Moochie of Pop Warner Football (1) Nov 20, 1960
S07 E06Nov 27, 1960
Moochie of Pop Warner Football (2) Nov 27, 1960 In the concluding episode of Walt Disney's 2-part miniseries Moochie of Pop Warner Football, the Peewees football team is set to play in a big title game held at Disneyland. Naturally, our hero Moochie Morgan (Kevin Corcoran) has his heart set on accompanying his teammates to Anaheim. Only one problem: If Moochie continues to get lousy grades in his American History class, he'll lose his eligibility. ""From Ticonderoga to Disneyland"" originally aired as part of the Walt Disney Presents anthology and was later serialized on the syndicated version of The Mickey Mouse Club.
S07 E07Dec 4, 1960
Daniel Boone: The Warrior's Path Dec 4, 1960 In the first episode of Walt Disney's four-part miniseries based on the life of frontiersman Daniel Boone, a fast-talking salesman convinces Daniel (Dewey Martin), a North Carolina farmer, to pull up stakes and move to the ""promised land"" of Kentucky. Daniel, his wife Rebecca (Dewey Martin), and their friends are assured that if they travel along ""The Warrior's Path"", a secret Indian trail, their journey will be a safe one. Unfortunately, the Indians they encounter along the way aren't of the friendly variety.
S07 E08Dec 11, 1960
Daniel Boone: And Chase the Buffalo Dec 11, 1960 Boone and his family face the problems of civilization when a tax rebellion comes up.
S07 E09Dec 18, 1960
Escape to Paradise/Water Birds Dec 18, 1960 The first portion of this installment is a look at the making of the upcoming theatrical release Swiss Family Robinson. The film is being shot on location in Tobago in the West Indies, and all the cast and crew (and animals) must be brought to the island. The second portion is an edited version of the 1952 featurette Water Birds.
S07 E10Jan 1, 1961
Zorro: The Postponed Wedding Jan 1, 1961 Zorro tries to save Constancia de la Torre from an ill-considered elopement with Miguel Serrano, who only wants her family jewels.
S07 E11Jan 8, 1961
Swamp Fox: A Woman's Courage Jan 8, 1961 Once aboard a Patriot's ship and due to leave port bound for New Orleans, Mary Videaux discovers a ship holding Patriot captives is also in the harbor. She leaves the safety of the ship Francis had gotten for her, and boards the prisoner ship under the guise of looking for captured relatives. Once aboard, she is allowed to nurse the captives until she is recognized by a visiting British officer. He declares that he must report her to Colonel Tarleton, but the Naval officers allow her to continue nursing while waiting for a response from Tarleton. Given the extra time, Mary plots an escape by the prisoners. They overtake the ship, then escape with a rowboat. They arrive at the Swamp Fox's camp to find that Marion has been seriously contemplating resigning from the Army due to lack of men. With the situation suddenly changed, he sends word to General Greene that he will undertake the orders of procuring three hundred horses for him.
S07 E12Jan 15, 1961
Swamp Fox: Horses for Greene Jan 15, 1961 With the help of the prisoners Mary Videaux freed, General Marion plots to steal horses from the British for his own Army.
S07 E13Jan 22, 1961
A Salute to Father Jan 22, 1961
S07 E14Jan 29, 1961
Texas John Slaughter: End of the Trail Jan 29, 1961
S07 E15Feb 5, 1961
Texas John Slaughter: A Holster Full of Law Feb 5, 1961
S07 E16Feb 17, 1961
Westward Ho the Wagons!: Ambush at Wagon Gap Feb 17, 1961
S07 E17Feb 19, 1961
Westward Ho the Wagons!: White Man's Medicine Feb 19, 1961
S07 E18Feb 26, 1961
The Coyote's Lament Feb 26, 1961
S07 E19Mar 5, 1961
Daniel Boone: The Wilderness Road Mar 5, 1961
S07 E20Mar 12, 1961
Daniel Boone: The Promised Land Mar 12, 1961 In the third episode of Walt Disney's four-part miniseries based on the life of frontiersman Daniel Boone, the Cumberland Gap has been successfully negotiated, and Daniel (Dewey Martin), his family, and a group of settlers are on their way to a permanent settlement in Kentucky. Unfortunately, the little band is attacked by Indian chief Crowfeather (Dean Fredericks), an old enemy of the Boones. Daniel is forced to postpone his westward journey in order to rescue his son from the boy's Indian captors.
S07 E21Mar 19, 1961
Zorro: Auld Acquaintance Mar 19, 1961 In the concluding episode of Walt Disney's four-part miniseries based on the life of frontiersman Daniel Boone, several of the members of Boone's wagon train, angered when Daniel (Dewey Martin orders them to lighten their loads so that they can negotiate the mountains, have turned back to North Carolina. Only a tiny band of faithful followers remain with Daniel and his family as they begin the last leg of the arduous journey to Kentucky. Alas, once again the wagoneers are attacked by vengeance-seeking Indian chief Crowfeather (Dean Fredericks), who has a personal score to settle with Daniel.
S07 E22Mar 26, 1961
Battle for Survival Mar 26, 1961
S07 E23Apr 2, 1961
Texas John Slaughter: A Trip to Tuscon Apr 2, 1961 Ramon Castillo, an old enemy of Don Diego's, arrives from Spain and tries to steal the army payroll from Sgt. Garcia. Though thwarted by Zorro, he recognizes the fencing style as Diego's and tries to convince Sgt. Garcia that Diego is Zorro. It is only with great difficulty - and Bernardo's help - that Zorro manages to decisively beat Castillo in a swordfight while Diego appears to be safely locked up in a jail cell.
S07 E24Apr 9, 1961
Texas John Slaughter: Frank Clell's in Town Apr 9, 1961
S07 E25Apr 16, 1961
Flash, the Teenage Otter Apr 16, 1961
S07 E26Apr 23, 1961
Andrews' Raiders: Secret Mission Apr 23, 1961 Filmed almost entirely at a Wisconsin game preserve, this episode of ""Walt Disney Presents"" was based on a book by Emil Liers. The program chronicles the early life and adventures of two otters, Flash and Fleta, and their close-knit family. Upon reaching their rebellious teen years, Flash strikes out on his own, experiencing all manner of exciting and life-threatening exploits, especially when coming in contact with that predatory species known as Man. But as the ""teaser"" to this episode tipped off a week in advance, Flash is ultimately and happily reunited with his loved ones. ""Flash, the Teenage Otter"" was released theatrically in 1961.
S07 E27Apr 30, 1961
Andrews' Raiders: Escape to Nowhere Apr 30, 1961
S07 E28May 7, 1961
Wonders of the Water Worlds May 7, 1961
S07 E29May 14, 1961
Disneyland '61/Olympic Elk May 14, 1961
S07 E30May 21, 1961
The Title Makers/Nature's Half Acre May 21, 1961
S07 E31May 28, 1961
The Titlemakers/ Nature's Half Acre May 28, 1961 The first half of this episode promotes the upcoming theatrical film The Parent Trap. The second half is taken from the episode A Progress Report/Nature's Half Acre.
S07 E32Jun 11, 1961
The Titlemakers / Nature's Half Acre Jun 11, 1961