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In 1870s Wyoming, Slim Sherman and his brother try to save the ranch after their father's death.

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Slim and Jess hunt for Vernon Kane, who has robbed the bank and killed a popular deputy, but their search also leads them to a gambler and his wife, who've joined forces with the outlaw.
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Five years after committing murder, Frank Buckley is paroled to Slim Sherman, but there are some in town who don't want the killer in their midst.
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Jess unwillingly works to help T.J. Patterson track a thief who stole money from the stage line, along with the heart of Patterson's daughter.
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A man interrupts a murder and robbery, and makes the most out of his moment of celebrity at Slim's expense.
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The new stage line superintendent wants Jess fired, which causes tension on the ranch; Slim and Jess track horse thieves.
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Passengers of a stagecoach, forced to wait out a storm at the Sherman Ranch, all have something they are trying to hide.
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Aging but beautiful Lily Langford is touring the West, and she arrives in Laramie broke and one step ahead of bill collectors, thanks to her gambler husband.
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When Jess serves as a special deputy to transport a man who's accused of killing his wife, the stagecoach is attacked by a group that's looking for the prisoner.
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After a drought and the ending of the stage line, Slim and Jess must join a cattle drive run by a stranger who at first seems impressive, but soon their suspicions are aroused.
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Wyoming Territory has become the winter battleground for the warring Sioux and Cheyenne, forcing Slim and Jess to close the ranch and relay station.
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While Jess is away, Slim leases a rough section of land to a former lawman who, unbeknownst to Slim, has hired a bunch of outlaws as his ranch hands.
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Slim gets a threatening letter, addressed to his late father, from a man who wants vengeance for the death of his son.
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After a run-in with a traveling prizefighter leaves a mess at the station, Jonesy becomes the man's promoter to help pay the bills at the station.
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A priest tries to arrange a meeting with Sitting Bull to talk about a peace treaty.
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Jess is livid when his innocent friend is tried, convicted and hanged for the murders of Doc Webb and Sheriff Kiley.
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Slim's old war buddy arrives on the stage, ostensibly for a visit, but his real intent is to assassinate General Sherman.
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A beautiful but greedy rancher's wife turns to old friend Jess for help in leaving her rich husband, but her husband has sent bounty hunters after her.
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Townsfolk are worried when a known hired killer arrives in Laramie and asks for directions to the Sherman ranch.
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Slim and Jess capture an outlaw and his partner, but find the tables turned when the outlaw's gang breaks the pair out of jail during the trial.
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Jess takes on an undercover job for the sheriff, acting as a guide for an outlaw who's searching for money stolen in an earlier robbery.
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Tully Hatch, the man who saved Jess Harper's life and later made him a deputy sheriff, has been accused of robbing a bank and Jess feels he must help him.

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