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Stories based on the legends and lore of Death Valley, California.

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A petty drunk transporting a new church bell to Volcano, Calif., decides to sell it off instead.
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A former Confederate colonel visits the widow of one of his soldiers and learns that a cattle baron used a legal loophole to cheat her out of her stock.
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A hunter and his daughters help an Easterner.
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Mary Ann finds a family heirloom in the possession of Andy Carter, a man who makes money pawning items lost or discarded by wagon trains, and he refuses to give it up for free.
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California's governor hires a photographer to help him win a bet about the way horses gallop.
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A lawyer sues a man who killed a boy's dog.
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A lawman must choose between love and duty.
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An injured gunman learns to shoot left-handed.
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A rivalry over a woman inadvertently causes trouble between cavalrymen and Indians.
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An Indian girl must save a threatened treaty.
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A pioneer fends off a trapper's persistent offers to buy the pioneer's Indian wife.
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A charlatan rainmaker sparks a range war.
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A father gets the better of a wily Indian.
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A trooper and his mule go on a rescue mission.
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El Paso's mayor sells its streets to pay for cleaner water.
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A cowboy pines after a wealthy rancher's daughter.
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When Doc Holliday shoots a man who cheated him at cards, he becomes a target himself.
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The story of Wyatt, Virgil and Morgan Earp, and Doc Holliday after their gunfight with outlaws.
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Virgil Earp, brother of the famous Wyatt Earp, goes undercover to root out bandits.
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Two men disagree over how to deal with a wounded Indian boy.
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A woman and her boyfriend plan the last stagecoach robbery.

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