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Lucas McCain raises a son while battling desperados in New Mexico.

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aired 195 days ago
Lucas, temporarily blind, faces a gunfight.
aired 195 days ago
A visit to Micah's old home leads to the uncovering of an old mystery.
aired 195 days ago
Micah is terrorized by an old enemy and resigns from his job.
aired 202 days ago
Lucas uses a bullet as evidence to convict a crooked gambler.
aired 202 days ago
Lucas' lust for revenge nearly ruins his life.
aired 202 days ago
A poisonous snake gives a prisoner his chance to escape.
aired 202 days ago
Rumors that Mark may be mixed up with thieves shake Lucas.
aired 202 days ago
Local bullies ridicule a Japanese royal visitor.
aired 202 days ago
A boy not much older than Mark announces that he intends to kill Lucas.
aired 202 days ago
Mark and Lucas find Winslow Quince stranded in the desert and help him to North Fork.
aired 202 days ago
An Indian is accused of a mining-camp murder.
aired 202 days ago
While on a cougar hunt, Lucas loses faith in his ability as a rifleman.
aired 202 days ago
The blacksmith volunteers as acting deputy when Micah is out of town.
aired 202 days ago
Mark takes a sudden aversion to his father's rifle after one of his friends is killed.
aired 202 days ago
An unscrupulous land buyer tries to get Lucas to sell his ranch.
aired 202 days ago
A dapper little braggart invites challenge with tales of his gunfighting prowess.
aired 202 days ago
Mark befriends a circus advance-man suspected of robbery.
aired 202 days ago
Lucas gets wind of an assassination plot.
aired 202 days ago
A charming Irishman claims Lou for his bride.
aired 202 days ago
A former gunfighter arrives in North Fork with the intention of settling down.
aired 209 days ago
Lucas and several others are trapped in the hotel with a dangerous outlaw.

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