Aug 28, 2014 3:23 PM EDT
Summer is ending, and what better way to prepare for fall TV premieres than by catching up on your favorite shows? Although you could also just re-wat… Read more
A widowed homesteader raised his son on a New Mexico ranch and helped the local sheriff battle desperadoes using a modified Winchester rifle. The series aired during the heyday of the Western on network television. During the 1958-59 season, this show's fi (more…)
Lucas, who blames his wife's death on his father-in-law, refuses to help the old man elude gunmen.
A snake crawls into Lucas's bed, and Mark must lure it away before it strikes.
On the road Lucas and Mark come upon Winslow Quince, a peddler whose wagon has broken down, and help him get his wagon into North Fork for repair. While in North Fork Quince barters several items that implicate him in a series of murders.
A murder occurs at a railroad camp near North Fork, and a young Indian friend of Lucas' is accused of the killing. When Lucas tries to help the boy, he finds himself on trial and threatened with hanging for aiding and abetting a fugitive.