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A mysterious man enforces law and order in 1890s Wyoming.

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Medicine Bow helps a timid banker (David Hartman) convince his father (Lloyd Nolan), a retired Idaho sheriff Idaho, that he carries on the tradition; guest Diana Muldaur.
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An injured Canadian mountie (Tom Bell) refuses to give up his pursuit of a wanted man (Ben Johnson), although out of his jurisdiction into Wyoming; guest Bo Hopkins.
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Ryker tries to help him a lawless friend (Tom Tryon) reform, only to have his efforts foiled by a blackmailer (Kiel Martin); guest Lisabeth Hush.
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Two Wichita saloonkeepers (Joan Collins, Rose Marie) inherit property and arrive intending to be proper members of society; guest Harry Lauter.
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Trampas teams with a gunslinger (Darrin McGavin) after their names and a woman's (Mary-Robin Redd) appear on a killer's hit list.
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The Virginian, Clay and Elizabeth go to buy cattle in a Texas border town, where outlaws snatch Elizabeth away to Mexico; guest Charles Bronson.
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After reading about the arrest of an outlaw (Andrew Prine) in Medicine Bow, a young Kansas City woman (Sandra Smith) arrives to search for her long-lost brother.
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An elegant Maryland widow (Myrna Loy), John's old friend, comes to refine the Grainger grandchildren.
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Despite warnings from the girl's foster parents, Trampas insists on courting a troubled, beautiful young woman (Valora Noland); guests R.G. Armstrong, Warren Stevens, Sandy Kenyon.
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After hearing a woman (Jocelyn Brando) is hastily selling her farm, Trampas investigates and uncovers the truth about a man who was killed for a crime he didn't commit; guests Robert Fuller, Kent McCord.
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The Virginian steps in to help a farmer (John Lupton) called cowardly by his family when he refuses to raise arms against a rancher trying to drive him from his land; guest Whitney Blake.
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Stacy unwillingly joins the cavalry after being knocked out, drenched in whiskey and stuffed into a uniform as part of a deserter's plan to escape detection; guests Les Crane, James Daly, Johnny Seven.
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A woman physician (Jill Donohue) comes to Medicine Bow and must battle the prejudices of her colleague and townspeople; guests Mari Blanchard, Donald Barry.
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Romance blossoms between Trampas and a wealthy, spoiled Chicago woman (Susan Clark) visiting the West with her father (Victor Jory), who is looking to buy a ranch near Medicine Bow.
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Murder is one of the unfortunate events that results from Stacy's determined courtship of a young woman (Katherine Walsh) whose father (James Gregory) objects to the match; guests Lonny Chapman, Lorraine Gary.
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Wounded, the Virginian recuperates with a Texas family but discovers he has become a pawn in a kidnapping plot and may have to face a deadly gantlet; guest Mark Richman.
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A fleeing gang of bank robbers takes John and his grandchildren hostage at the ranch, then forces Elizabeth to care for an injured member of the group; guest Harrison Ford.
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The Virginian learns Stacy will be hanged for the murder of a doctor who operated an orphanage; guests Debbie Wason, Cloris Leachman, Coleen Gray.
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A pedlar's watch points to a wealthy girl, an Indian reservation and perhaps to the killer of Stacy's father; guest Andy Devine, Pat O'Brien.
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A young woman (Patty Duke), housekeeper to her father and brothers, goes west for adventure but ends up as a saloon waitress in Medicine Bow; guests Paul Carr, Tim McIntire.
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After Stacy Grainger kills a would-be robber, the dead man's brother seeks revenge.

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