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Garrett and the Kid S1, Ep1
10 Sep. 1960 Garrett and the Kid
Pat Garrett, Lincoln County’s newest deputy sheriff, rides into a gold mining boomtown and discovers the town, including its marshal, are owned by a crooked saloon owner who can literally get away with murder. When Garrett refuses to be bribed, the saloon owner tries to hire Billy the Kid to murder the lawman, not realizing the two men are close friends.
Forty-Dollar Boots S1, Ep2
17 Sep. 1960 Forty-Dollar Boots
Billy covets a handsome pair of boots in a shop window. A friend offers to buy him the boots with but one string attached – Billy must help him drive a herd of stolen cattle to market. Before Billy can decide, the owner of the cattle and his cowboys capture the pair and decide to lynch both men.
Bad Company S1, Ep3
24 Sep. 1960 Bad Company
When Pat Garrett kills Johnny Nagel after a botched general store robbery, the young man’s father doesn’t blame the lanky lawman for his son’s death – instead he blames Billy the Kid whom he saw talking to Johnny earlier in the day. Karl threatens to blast Pat with his shotgun if Billy doesn’t come to the jail unarmed.
The Shawl S1, Ep4
1 Oct. 1960 The Shawl
Bonney’s girlfriend is murdered by ranchers who mistook the senorita for Billy. Garrett, joined by Billy, chase the two men into Mexico where the murderers shoot two young Yaqui Indians and steal their horses. While Pat and Billy close the distance on their quarries, the Indians pursue the lawman and gunslinger believing that they attacked their fellow tribesmen.
The Lonely Star S1, Ep5
8 Oct. 1960 The Lonely Star
On the eve of the Lincoln County election, Sheriff Brady is murdered by one of Andy Gorman’s hirelings. The town council persuades Pat Garrett to run in Brady’s place, but Gorman resorts to numerous dirty tricks to make sure his candidate is victorious.
A Bounty for Billy S1, Ep6
15 Oct. 1960 A Bounty for Billy
Pat Garrett is wounded trying to prevent an express office robbery. His new deputy finds evidence that the shooter was his close friend, Billy the Kid. Billy swears he’s innocent of the crime and flees the posse sent to arrest him so he can find the men who are trying to frame him for the crime.
The Parson S1, Ep7
29 Oct. 1960 The Parson
Sheriff Pat Garrett tries to calm Billy the Kid’s wild ways by introducing him to John Leslie, one of Lincoln’s newest citizens – a retired gunfighter and ex-convict who was recently hired as the town’s minister. The preacher’s new career may be short-lived, since the family of one of the men he killed arrive in Lincoln seeking revenge and Leslie refuses to defend himself.
Night Train to Tularosa S1, Ep8
5 Nov. 1960 Night Train to Tularosa
Garrett must take Dan Rees, a convicted felon, to the New Mexico Territorial prison in Tularosa to spend ten years in prison. Friends of the man Rees killed don’t believe the punishment the jury handed out was harsh enough and plan to carry out heir own brand of justice during the train ride.
Larceny and the Ladies S1, Ep9
12 Nov. 1960 Larceny and the Ladies
Sheriff Garrett has his hands full when a gang of horse thieves starts operating in Lincoln County. He learns to his chagrin that the crooks are a pair of pretty, but devious, blondes, but is somewhat mollified when his friend Billy Bonney is victimized by their charms, as well.
Counterfeit Law S1, Ep10
19 Nov. 1960 Counterfeit Law
Billy rides to Gunsight to collect money for cattle delivered to the ranch of Judge Roy A. Barlow. Barlow fancies himself ‘The Law North of Lincoln’ and throws Billy in jail for being drunk in disorderly immediately after taking possession of the bill of sale and stealing Billy’s bankroll. Garrett comes searching for Billy and learns from the town drunk that Judge Barlow murdered the surveyor who discovered that Gunsight is actually within the Lincoln County limits and, as a result, within the sheriff’s jurisdiction.
And the Beast S1, Ep11
26 Nov. 1960 And the Beast
Pat finds Ed Corbin and his wife were murdered and their servant girl, Agatha hiding in the barn scared out of her wits. She claims a monster was trying to kill her and the Corbins got in his way. While checking the Corbin ranch for clues, Garrett discovers a fresh footprint made by an enormous boot.
Bitter Ashes S1, Ep12
3 Dec. 1960 Bitter Ashes
Garrett plans for a pleasant visit with his girlfriend are dashed when he finds her house in flames and her father dead. Rancher Neal Bailey claims to own the land and is within his rights to burn out squatters. In the ensuing argument, Garrett shoots the rancher and Bailey swears revenge, deciding to carry it out on Garrett’s wedding day.
McBean Rides Again S1, Ep13
10 Dec. 1960 McBean Rides Again
Lt. Baxter brings Pat evidence that whiskey has been found on the local Apache reservation and demands that the sheriff put an end to the trade. When Garrett discovers a still on Pa McBean’s rundown ranch and finds a crate of liquor hidden in Billy Bonney’s wagon, he arrests the two men. McBean’s tomboy daughters, the real culprits, decide to break Billy and their father out of jail.
Tiger Eye S1, Ep14
17 Dec. 1960 Tiger Eye
Billy and Pat find an Apache tied to an anthill and rescue him. Billy feels the Indian is a kindred spirit and tries to befriend him, going so far as to get the man a job sweeping floors in a saloon. The Apache soon learns that the townspeople don’t like him any better than the Indians who tried to kill him.
Billy’s Baby S1, Ep15
24 Dec. 1960 Billy’s Baby
At a Christmas party, Billy accidentally knocks a drink from a man’s hand while swinging wildly a piñata. A fight ensues and Billy winds up killing the man in self-defense. Billy flees Lincoln fearing that the local townspeople will not believe his story and stumbles upon a baby hidden near a burning cabin.
One of One Thousand S1, Ep16
31 Dec. 1960 One of One Thousand
Pat enters a shooting contest whose prize is a valuable Winchester ’73 rifle and wins the competition. In front of witnesses Billy Bonney jokingly tells Pat that if he won’t sell him the gun, he’ll steal it. When the gunsmith is killed and the rifle stolen from the man’s shop, the townspeople assume Billy is the guilty of both crimes.
First Blood S1, Ep17
7 Jan. 1961 First Blood
Hendry Grant, a notorious shootist, rides into Lincoln and challenges Billy Bonney to a gunfight to raise his reputation as a gunfighter. When Billy refuses to meet him, Grant goads one of Billy’s friends into a gunfight and kills the young man.
A Gun Is for Killing S1, Ep18
14 Jan. 1961 A Gun Is for Killing
Angry at being run out of town by Johnny Swift, a pair of Texas trailhands return to Lincoln to settle accounts and in the ensuing gunfight, Garrett accidentally kills his own deputy sheriff. Suffering from remorse, Pat resigns as sheriff and refuses to pin his badge back on when the Texans return in even greater numbers to tree the town.
The Grudge Fight S1, Ep19
21 Jan. 1961 The Grudge Fight
Billy and Denver, another high-spirited youth, are thrown out of Lincoln for their perpetual brawling. They decide to settle their score by meeting for a shootout in a remote mountainous area and Pat Garrett threatens to hang the one who returns if the other man dies. During their maneuvers Denver breaks his leg and while trying to nurse his fellow combatant back to health, Billy discovers how much the two men have in common.
The Best Policy S1, Ep20
28 Jan. 1961 The Best Policy
John Miller, an ex-lawman bent on taking over Lincoln County frames Garrett and Billy the Kid for cattle rustling by mixing animals from his herd with those that Pat and Billy were driving to market. To make the evidence completely convincing, Miller pays a saloon girl to plant evidence on Pat and lie under oath during the pre-trail hearing and then murders her so she can’t recant her testimony.
The Reversed Blade S1, Ep21
4 Feb. 1961 The Reversed Blade
Billy’s employer, John Tundall, becomes enraged when he meets the con-man who stole his wife and $10,000 dollars from him eight years earlier. The crook is in town to steal even more money from the cattle baron and plans to use Tundall’s ex-wife as bait. Meanwhile, Pat and Billy plot to force the con-man and his wife to leave Lincoln for good.
Dark Moment S1, Ep22
11 Feb. 1961 Dark Moment
Francisco and Morton, his landlord, get into an argument over the back rent that the tenant farmer owes. In the ensuing scuffle, Francisco accidentally kills the landlord and, to make matters worse, severely injures Morton’s young daughter, the only witness, when the farmer flees the house. Unable to speak, the young girl can only identify the tenant as her father’s shooter.
The Reluctant Bridegroom S1, Ep23
18 Feb. 1961 The Reluctant Bridegroom
Hannah Blossom is lured to Lincoln by a letter proposing marriage and a photograph of her supposed suitor. Hannah learns that the letters were purportedly written by Pa McBean, an illiterate farmer, and the enclosed picture was of Sheriff Pat Garrett. Garrett investigates and discovers that the letters were written by McBean’s feisty daughters who want their father to marry and with the girls’ help, the sheriff tries to nudge the romance along.
Maria’s Little Lamb S1, Ep24
25 Feb. 1961 Maria’s Little Lamb
When Billy Bonney falls in love with Maria, the pretty daughter of a Mexican-American sheepherder, he finds himself in the middle of a quarrel between the Lincoln County ranchers and the shepherds who are flocking to the territory because of its abundant grass.
Big Sam’s Boy S1, Ep25
4 Mar. 1961 Big Sam’s Boy
On his death bed, a wealthy rancher asks Pat to help him find his long-lost son who left Lincoln County with his mother when he was eight years old. A series of impostors answer Pat’s posters, but only one can answer Pat’s questions and has the proper scar he received from a branding iron years earlier. Everyone is pleased until Billy bumps into the young man and remembers him using a different name when the two men were drinking heavily in an El Paso saloon.
The Last Resource S1, Ep26
11 Mar. 1961 The Last Resource
During a gunfight, Billy kills an innocent by-stander, the daughter of a U.S. Marshal. The marshal rides into Lincoln and demands that Pat Garrett serve the warrant for Billy’s arrest and process the extradition papers so he can be transported to Arizona territory for trial – and a date with the hangman’s rope.
Rovin’ Gambler S1, Ep27
18 Mar. 1961 Rovin’ Gambler
During a murderous stagecoach robbery, Kate Elder pulls the mask off the robber and recognizes the culprit, but, when questioned by Sheriff Pat Garrett, denies ever having seen the man before. When Doc Holliday refuses to take Kate back into his life, the spurned lover testifies that Doc was the man who robbed the stage and killed the shotgun guard. Billy Bonney knows Kate was lying since he played poker all night with Holliday, but Pat refuses to believe him.
Hard Justice S1, Ep28
25 Mar. 1961 Hard Justice
A cattle dealer, Vince Ober, has won a contract to supply beef to the army forts in New Mexico. Ober plans to increase his profit margin by stealing as many animals as possible and tries to convince Billy Bonney to lead a gang of rustlers. When Billy refuses, Ober hires gunmen to kill him.
The Legend and the Gun S1, Ep29
1 Apr. 1961 The Legend and the Gun
Billy learns that his stepfather, Bill Antrim, was ambushed and murdered by three hired killers. Billy Bonney decides to take the law into his own hands when the men flee across the Lincoln County line and out of Sheriff Pat Garrett’s territory despite the lawman’s warning to let the sheriff’s in adjacent jurisdictions arrest the perpetrators.
A Kind of Courage S1, Ep30
8 Apr. 1961 A Kind of Courage
Over the objections of Pat Garrett and the boy’s father, Billy Bonney tries to teach the son of an alcoholic ex-lawman some of the gunslinger’s craft that he’s learned over the years. When the youngster is wounded in a gunfight that he provoked, the boy’s father goes gunning for Billy.
Millionaire McBean S1, Ep31
15 Apr. 1961 Millionaire McBean
Desperate to get married, May and June McBean salt their father’s worthless mine with gold nuggets in hopes that potential suitors will think that they’re heiresses to a rich strike. The plan backfires when McBean purchases many luxuries on credit for which he won’t be able to pay.
A Scheme of Hearts S1, Ep32
22 Apr. 1961 A Scheme of Hearts
Beautfiul blonde Nita Jardine arrives in Lincoln and tries to convince Pat and Billy that her estranged husband, a former convict recently released from prison, is following her and plans to kill her the next time they meet. Billy is willing to defend the damsel in distress, but Pat learns Nita’s story doesn’t stand up to scrutiny.
The Cloudbusters S1, Ep33
29 Apr. 1961 The Cloudbusters
During a severe drought, the only spring still flowing is on the Apache reservation and Mike Gray Eagle is making the most of the calamity by selling water to the white citizens at exorbitant prices. The Lincoln town council hires a pretty rainmaker to break the drought, but Gray Eagle and his men abduct the woman before she can break up their lucrative business.
Ransom of a Town S1, Ep34
6 May 1961 Ransom of a Town
When an outlaw kidnaps Lincoln’s popular Catholic priest, Pat tries to organize a posse to free the padre and capture the criminal. Meanwhile, Billy decides the best way to prevent the priest from coming to harm is to pay the ransom the abductor demands, so he steals the needed funds from the town’s only bank.
Ladies of the Town S1, Ep35
20 May 1961 Ladies of the Town
Jack rides into Silver Creek, a boomtown in Lincoln County, to investigate reports of lawlessness and finds Jason Creary has set himself up as the town boss who owns everything but Sal’s saloon which he plans to get control of if Sal won’t marry him. Meanwhile, the women’s temperance movement has organized and plans to shut down all of Creary’s saloons.
Death or Taxes S1, Ep36
27 May 1961 Death or Taxes
Garrett rides into a boomtown that a railroad considers their personal fiefdom. Not only does the company run crooked gambling houses to keep their workers broke, but they refuse to pay their taxes or even for the cattle their company has purchased. Garrett enlists Billy Bonney in his campaign to make the railroad see its civic duty.
The Great Western S1, Ep37
3 Jun. 1961 The Great Western
Lincoln is happily planning for the impending visit of Lew Wallace, the governor of the New Mexico territory. Pat Garrett is concerned that while Big Mamacita’s cantina is outside the town limits, its customers frequently become drunk and unruly and their behavior won’t present the town in a favorable light. Meanwhile Billy learns that Mamachita’s grandson is Wallace’s aide and fears that he will learn that she isn’t the gentlewoman as she portrayed herself in her letters.
Full Payment S2, Ep1
9 Sep. 1961 Full Payment
Pat receives a telegram that Jack Barron, the leader of an outlaw gang comprised mostly of men who rode with Quantrill’s Raiders during the Civil War, is heading to Lincoln to avenge himself upon Billy Bonney for killing one of his men when he tried to rustle some cattle. The townspeople fear that Barron’s gang will raze the town if they don’t turn Billy over to them, but Garrett deputizes the Kid instead.
The Liberty Belle S2, Ep2
16 Sep. 1961 The Liberty Belle
Elena, Pat’s former girlfriend, returns to Lincoln looking for protection. The man she left Pat for, Joe Durango, is an outlaw and a deadly gunfighter. She believes that the only place Durango won’t look for her is in the town where her spurned lover is sheriff. Unfortunately, Elena underestimates Durango’s ability to follow her footsteps. The gunfighter plans to exact his revenge on both Pat and Elena using the town’s Fourth of July celebration to cover his gunplay.
Where Is Sylvia? S2, Ep3
23 Sep. 1961 Where Is Sylvia?
While visiting El Paso on vacation, Pat Garrett finds himself in a high-stakes poker game and takes a young farmer to the cleaners. The man’s wife convinces Pat to return his winnings because the young man can’t pay his other debts. Only later does Pat discover that the farmer wasn’t married and the pretty blonde was a clever con artist. With Billy’s help, Pat tries to beat her at her own game.
The Female Artillery S2, Ep4
30 Sep. 1961 The Female Artillery
Billy ignores Pat’s warning about marauding Apaches and rides to Santa Fe to keep a meeting with a pretty girl. On the road, Billy is wounded by the Indians and takes refuge in an abandoned fort where he finds three women, one of them pregnant and several children. Billy must organize a defense when the Apaches regroup for another attack.
Shadow of the Past S2, Ep5
7 Oct. 1961 Shadow of the Past
Billy introduces Pat to his current girlfriend and her father, Ben Wiley. Pat thinks he recognizes the man as the informer who ruined his attempt break out of a Confederate prisoner of war camp during the Civil War resulting in the death of one of Pat’s men.
An Item for Auction S2, Ep6
14 Oct. 1961 An Item for Auction
A scruffy no-account shows up in Lincoln with Mary Susan, his lovely teen-aged daughter, and tries to arrange her marriage to whichever bachelor will pay him the highest price. Pat Garrett and Billy Bonney intervene and runs the pair out of town. When her father becomes drunk, Mary Susan flees his campsite and returns to town set on marrying either Pat or Billy.
The Judas Palm S2, Ep7
21 Oct. 1961 The Judas Palm
Pat arrests Archie Keough, a drifter who can’t pay his bar bill. In jail, Billy recognizes the old man as his stepfather’s best friend and Pat releases him under Billy Bonney’s recognizance. Archie repays Billy’s kindness by robbing a saloon, murdering the bartender and planting evidence that implicates Billy with the crimes.
The Woman S2, Ep8
28 Oct. 1961 The Woman
Pat kills a man who was trying to steal a horse from the Lincoln livery stable. Billy recognizes the man as being one of a party of pioneers traveling across the Tundall ranch. When Garrett reports the death of the horse thief to the party’s leader, Jeboriah Henry decrees that unless his widow shows mercy, the sheriff will die for killing her husband.
Trial by Hanging S2, Ep9
4 Nov. 1961 Trial by Hanging
Billy Bonney quits his job at Tundall’s ranch and at the urging of his new friend Swade Hiney, plans to join an outfit run by Jake Newton. Billy learns that Newton is nothing but a cattle rustler, but can’t get away before the local sheriff and his posse arrest Bonney, Swade and Newton. The ranchers whose cattle Newton has been stealing organize a lynch mob to kill the men before Pat Garrett can come to Billy’s aid.
The Leopard’s Spots S2, Ep10
11 Nov. 1961 The Leopard’s Spots
Billy falls for a beautiful girl who doesn’t believe in guns so, to impress her, he gives his holster and derringers to Pat Garrett so he won’t be tempted to use them. This provides Bart Conway with a golden opportunity to steal Tundall’s ranch and he orders two of his men to kill Bonney while he is unarmed.
Petticoat Crusade S2, Ep11
18 Nov. 1961 Petticoat Crusade
Pretty suffragette Amy Dodds throws a brick through a window in the Lincoln County jail. When Pat Garrett refuses to arrest her, she marches into Murphy’s saloon and destroys his beautiful bar mirror and most of his liquor bottles with a barrage of bricks. When Garrett finally arrests her, she tells a newspaper reporter that the sheriff mistreated her in prison to gain publicity for her cause.
Time of Foreshadowing S2, Ep12
25 Nov. 1961 Time of Foreshadowing
Billy Bonney meets an old friend, Skip Farrell, who once saved his life. Farrell is on the run from a posse and Billy decides to repay the debt by helping him escape.
Fool’s Play S2, Ep13
2 Dec. 1961 Fool’s Play
Trying to stay out of trouble, Billy accepts a new job as a shotgun guard for a stagecoach line. What seemed like a peaceful job quickly turns violent when his stagecoach is held up by two outlaws resulting in a murdered driver and a stolen strongbox. Billy guns down one crook and manages to recover the money, but buries the loot in hopes of luring the other criminal out of hiding.
The Legend of Billy S2, Ep14
9 Dec. 1961 The Legend of Billy
Upon learning that a New York reporter has traveled West to write about a series of articles about “The Bad Men of the West”, Billy spins wild tales of his criminal exploits. When the newspaperman wildly expands about Billy’s yarns, the New Mexican government orders an investigation into Sheriff Pat Garrett career as a lawman.
A Tombstone for Billy S2, Ep15
16 Dec. 1961 A Tombstone for Billy
A block of marble meant for a Lincoln businessman’s tombstone is stolen from a stone cutter’s shop and Garrett suspects Billy Bonney of the theft, though he can’t prove it because he can’t find the slab. Billy took the tombstone for the most honorable of reasons – to mark the grave of a pulper’s widow.
Sidekick S2, Ep16
23 Dec. 1961 Sidekick
Billy thrashes Sledge when the brutal wagon driver tries to lash a young Mexican boy with a bullwhip. When Garrett learns that sledge “purchased” the boy from his impoverished parents for a few dollars, he kicks Sledge out of town and instructs Billy to escort the boy back to his village. Bonney learns that Sledge works for a owner of the town’s trading post and the crooked businessman has all of its citizens in his thrall because of his shady practices.
Apache Daughter S2, Ep17
30 Dec. 1961 Apache Daughter
Garrett negotiates the return of a girl, now a full-grown woman, who was captured by the Apaches nine years earlier. Although her father welcomes her back with open arms, the former captive yearns to return to her husband, Talano, a noted Chirachaua warrior, who has sworn to kill any white man that tries to prevent her return to his village.
Substitute Sheriff S2, Ep18
6 Jan. 1962 Substitute Sheriff
The McBeans receive word that the railroad will be laying track across their hardscrabble ranch and, as a result they will be evicted. May and June hatch a wild scheme to lure Pat Garrett away from Lincoln so Pa McBean can pose as the county sheriff and intercept the process server before he can legally remove them from their land.
The Girl from Paradise S2, Ep19
13 Jan. 1962 The Girl from Paradise
Billy is framed for murder by his old nemesis, Bob Tollinger, who is now the sheriff of a neighboring county. Joining him on the trip to his date with the gallows is a pretty female prisoner, Anne Drake, also falsely convicted of murder. Billy and Annie manage to escape, but must flee the pursuing posse while manacled to one another.
St. Louis Woman S2, Ep20
20 Jan. 1962 St. Louis Woman
A widow who is engaged to Tom Davis, a friend of Pat’s, arrives in Lincoln with her young son. Davis asks Pat to look after his fiancée until he can return from a cattle drive and the widow begins to wonder if Garrett might be a more suitable husband than the man she is pledged to marry.
The Hunt S2, Ep21
27 Jan. 1962 The Hunt
A wealthy young man arrives in Lincoln seeking a guide for his hunting expedition. He convinces Billy Bonney to lead him into the wilderness in order to bag a mountain lion for his collection. Once in the wilderness he informs his guide that his real quarry is Billy himself.
The Impatient Brides S2, Ep22
3 Feb. 1962 The Impatient Brides
Lincoln population swells when an Apache uprising closes the roads leading out of town. With the town’s hotel and boarding house filled beyond their capacities, the civic-minded Garrett agrees to allow his jail cells to be used temporarily by stagecoach passengers who trapped by the Indians’ depredations. Pat soon regrets his actions when the passengers turn out to be mail-order brides impatient to meet their new husbands.
Rio Doloroso S2, Ep23
10 Feb. 1962 Rio Doloroso
Garrett is traveling through Mexico with a prisoner bound for trial in Lincoln. An impending storm forces the pair to take shelter in a small poverty-stricken pueblo where the seemingly friendly villagers offer to them hospitality. It soon becomes apparent that the townspeople expect to be well-compensated for their help.
A Day to Kill S2, Ep24
17 Feb. 1962 A Day to Kill
While trying to ride a bucking bronco, Billy is thrown violently off the horse’s back and smashes his head against a wooden post. Taken to Lincoln for medical examination, the doctor decides that Billy has a concussion and prescribes medicine to keep him unconscious for at least twelve hours. The medication has the opposite effect on Billy – worse, he barricades himself in the cantina, believing everyone in town is conspiring to hang him.
Property of the Crown S2, Ep25
24 Feb. 1962 Property of the Crown
A young Mexican woman arrives in Pat Garrett’s office with a centuries old document that appears to be a Spanish land grant which gives her family title to half the land in Lincoln County. Garrett can’t believe that the document is the genuine article, but after consulting with experts in the territorial capital in Santa Fe is forced to concede it’s legitimacy and makes plans to evict the county’s erstwhile property owners.
Night of the Hawk S2, Ep26
3 Mar. 1962 Night of the Hawk
Garrett is ordered by Governor Lew Wallace to provide every assistance to a small cavalry patrol attempting to negotiate the surrender of a renegade band of Apaches. Neither Pat nor Billy Bonney, who has been hired as a scout, believe that the officer leading the patrol, a stern martinet, is the man for the job.
Three for All S2, Ep27
10 Mar. 1962 Three for All
Garrett arrests the Killgor brothers, a pair of brutish drifters, for busting up one of Lincoln’s saloons. Pat doesn’t pay attention to the drifters’ threats about their mother’s viciousness, but the woman pistol whips Pat and frees her brood, locking Pat in their cell. The Killgores then steal sheriff’s badges and embark on a crime spree.
Quarantine S2, Ep28
17 Mar. 1962 Quarantine
Garrett interrupts a gang of bank robbers who were attempting to break into the bank’s safe and is forced to shoot one of the three thieves. While the outlaw is having his wounds tended to, a man staggers into the doctor’s office suffering from symptoms of the bubonic plague. For the town’s safety, the physician asks Garrett and the outlaw to remain in his home under quarantine.
The Four Queens S2, Ep29
24 Mar. 1962 The Four Queens
Jacques Montreaux, a showman with four beautiful performers arrives to perform at the local opera house. He reports to Garrett that in a dressing room at another theater, he found a letter from a woman begging her daughter not to carry through her plan to murder Billy Bonney. Billy laughs the threat off as a joke, but Garrett investigates and discovers that all of the women in the troupe have something to hide.
The Long Way Home S2, Ep30
31 Mar. 1962 The Long Way Home
Billy hops a freight train when his horse dies far from civilization. Unfortunately, it’s the same train on which a federal marshal investigating the shipment of contraband rifle is found murdered. Billy is framed for the crime by a crooked sheriff who is involved in shipping illegal liquor throughout the Southwest.
A Time to Run S2, Ep31
7 Apr. 1962 A Time to Run
A meek middle-aged man walks into Garrett’s office and demands to be arrested for robbery and provides a carpetbag full of money as evidence. He tells Garrett that he stole the money from a crooked politician in St. Louis and agrees to testify against him if the lawman will protect him on the return to Missouri since he’s convinced that gunmen have been hired to kill him. The sheriff is reluctant to believe his prisoner’s wild tale until he receives a telegram collaborating the theft and a notorious killer for hire appears on the streets of Lincoln.
Trial by Fury S2, Ep32
14 Apr. 1962 Trial by Fury
Billy receives a letter from an old prospector whom he staked to a month’s digging money stating he might have found a lost Spanish mine near San Miguel, a ghost town in southern New Mexico. Along the way he meets two other investors who received an identical letter. Instead of finding an old friend, the trio meet a judge bent on correcting the supposed errors of juries that found the three defendants innocent in murder trials the jurist presided over. Convinced of their guilt, the judge demands a reckoning.
The Frame S2, Ep33
21 Apr. 1962 The Frame
Isobel Stewart, an old flame of Pat’s, stops in Lincoln with her husband, Henry, who is dying of a rare disease. Unbalanced after receiving a medical opinion that his illness is fatal and jealous about Pat’s friendship with his wife, Stewart plots to commit suicide, while trying to frame his death to make it appear that his wife murdered him.
The Runaway Groom S2, Ep34
28 Apr. 1962 The Runaway Groom
The Tugwell brothers and their pretty sister, Sally, come to Lincoln to find Sally’s husband who left her immediately after getting married a year earlier. Sally has an infant baby and her brothers insist that Pat help them find Sally’s ne’er-do-well husband – William Bonney aka Billy the Kid so he can make an honest woman of their sister. Billy, though, insists that he’s never seen the young woman in his life.
The Black Robe S2, Ep35
5 May 1962 The Black Robe
Concerned about the prospect of an Indian war with the Mescallero Apaches, Governor Lew Wallace asks Pat to investigate reports that a French foreign agent may be providing guns to the Apaches. The United States government fears that a European power may be stirring up trouble as a diversion to hide their true objective – the reoccupation of Mexico.
The Woman in Black S2, Ep36
12 May 1962 The Woman in Black
Don Diego, a wealthy Mexican-American landowner, and Rosa, his beautiful fiancée, have a falling out which ends in angry words and mutual recriminations. Rosa places a curse on Don Diego and his family and his son immediately dies from a horseback accident. Don Diego demands that Sheriff Garrett arrest Rosa for witchcraft.
Doctor on Horseback S2, Ep37
19 May 1962 Doctor on Horseback
A young doctor arrives in town to take over the practice of a beloved physician who recently died. Although his skills are marvelous and his knowledge prodigious, his poor bedside manner quickly alienates the townsfolk who he was hired to treat. His future rests on his ability to save a pregnant young woman who tried to commit suicide when she was deserted by her husband.
Phoebe S2, Ep38
26 May 1962 Phoebe
When a vengeful father sees Billy Bonney with a necklace that belonged to his runaway daughter, he accuses the gunslinger of murdering the teenager. Billy had received the jewelry as a gift from the young woman for treating her wounds when she was injured in a rockslide, but now he must find the girl to prove himself innocent. If he does find the girl, her father plans to beat her within an inch of her life for being disobedient.
Starring – Barry Sullivan as Pat Garrett and Clu Gulager as Billy the Kid. The highly fictionalized series provides a more humane image of the Kid than has history itself. There are 75 episodes of this classic western television series show. Clu still attends film festivals.
Some of the guest stars are –
Harry Carey, Jr.
Iron Eyes Cody
Don C. Harvey
Rodolfo Hoyos, Jr.
I. Stanford Jolley
Harold J. Stone
Harry von Zell
Robert J. Wilke