Lassie Opening Titles and Credits
Season 1, 1954-1955 (Jeff inherits Lassie)
Season 2, 1955-1956
Season 3, 1956-1957
Season 4, 1957-1958 (Transition to Timmy)
Season 5, 1958-1959 (Lockhart/Reilly cast)
Season 6, 1959-1960
Season 7, 1960-1961
Season 8, 1961-1962 ("The Odyssey" telecast)
Season 9, 1962-1963
Season 10, 1963-1964
Episode Title Index
Season 11, 1964-1965 (Corey Stuart episodes)
Season 12, 1965-1966 (Series now in color)
Season 13, 1966-1967
Season 14, 1967-1968
Season 15, 1968-1969 (Scott/Bob episodes)
Season 16, 1969-1970
Season 17, 1970-1971 (Lassie alone)
Season 18, 1971-1972 (syndicated: Holdens)
Season 19, 1972-1973
"Season" 20, 1973-1974 *
GUIDE TO THE EPISODE GUIDE
Episode titles shown here were occasionally provided by TV Guide or other local television schedules (in the case of this guide, the Providence Journal-Bulletin), but not often. Complete episode titles for the 1954 to 1968 seasons were originally found in the Rhode Island College library in two volumes entitled (roughly) Catalog of Motion Picture Films 1950-1959 and Catalog of Motion Picture Films 1960-1969. Issued by the Library of Congress, these volumes gave not only theatrical film titles, but episode titles to various television series, including Lassie.
Tom Weinstein (thanks!) provided me titles for the 1968-1973 seasons from the book Television Drama Series Programming: A Comprehensive Chronicle by Larry James Gianakos (Scarecrow Press, 1992). This book confirmed the titles for the 1954 to 1968 seasons, provided the original telecast dates for the first season episodes, and confirmed several other telecast dates.
Note: Any and all episode descriptions have been written by myself and are not excerpts from TV Guide as noted on another web page using some of these titles and descriptions.
Some of my episode information, especially post-1964, is inadequate; any details that can be added are gratefully accepted!
* Some syndication markets telecast Lassie for a twentieth "season"; episodes shown were previous "all animal" episodes mixed with various Holden ranch or ranger stories. The series was then put into complete syndication, with uniform title sequences.