Kit finds a large sum of money on the body of a dead stagecoach passenger; El Toro is framed.
A wagon carrying a load of smallpox vaccine is ambushed and held for ransom.
Kit stages a cattle theft to put an end to a feud between the Jacksons and the Wheelers.
A man is shot and killed shortly after filing a rich gold claim; Kit investigates.
Kit solves the mystery surrounding the death of a stage-line owner.
A dying Indian tells Kit of a strange curse; a powerful ring has been lost.
Kit learns that a man plans to blow up an entire town.
Kit uncovers plot to enable a foreign power to take over California.
Outlaw Prescott kidnaps a woman and kills all of her friends.
A man who faked his death in order to fleece somebody is then murdered; Kit investigates.
Kit and El Toro fight crime and seek justice.
Kit and El Toro rescue a woman when her stagecoach is attacked; a blind outlaw is accused.
Outlaws kidnap an Army captain and force him to telegraph the government for gold.
Kit uncovers a false funeral operation that delivers stolen weapons in hearses.
Kit and El Toro find who is responsible for a murder in Oasis County.
An inventor is kidnapped and forced to convert single-shot rifles into repeaters.
A man poses as an auctioneer to get money hidden on a ranch up for bid.
Kit helps an Army colonel find the person holding up the building of new forts.
An outlaw gang terrorizes homesteaders.
Wagon drivers at a mine are being shot; a mysterious hermit is the suspect.
An outlaw posing as an Indian god tries to provoke an uprising among five tribes.
Outlaws pursue Kit on his way to deliver a Gatling gun to Fort Pedido.
A ranch owner leads a gang rustling cattle across the Mexican border.
A man sends Kit a letter and is murdered; a vigilante seeks revenge for his son's death.
Kit guards a man carrying a large sum of gold; cattle stampede.
A printer is murdered and his press stolen; Mexican currency is being counterfeited.
A rancher is murdered; the man accused is sprung from jail by the real killer.
Kit and El Toro witness the murder of a doctor.
A stagecoach carrying a letter to El Toro's girlfriend is held up.
Kit and El Toro trail a man just out of prison in order to locate hidden money.
A courier for the Cattlemen's Association is killed and robbed of money; Kit and El Toro are accused.
Kit is jailed for the murder of a sheriff; El Toro assists in finding the real killers.
A friend of Kit and El Toro's is accused of murder; Kit tries to vindicate him.
Killers use voodoo paraphernalia to scare people out of a town.
A psychopathic murderer escapes from prison to kill Sheriff Jim Hardy.
Two men head a gang which robs mail pouches containing pay vouchers.
Kit must prevent an inevitable Indian uprising.
Kit and El Toro use trickery to stop a gang that murders toll-road owners.
Prior to being murdered, a man wires Kit for help.
Kit arrests a man to collect reward money, then attempts to vindicate him.
A man receives a deed to a restaurant; Kit investigates after the man is killed.
A masked bandit and his gang hold up a stage coach.
A man who has stolen $5 million recruits an army to conquer California.
Kit is sent to subdue a gang responsible for bank robberies at Poker Ridge.
A man thinks Kit killed his brother for a map showing a cache of stolen money.
A crooked Indian agent and his gang pose as Indians; war nearly breaks out.
A man poisons water to make his partner believe their mine is killing cattle.
Kit and El Toro investigate a string of crimes.
Kit and El Toro capture an outlaw member of the Hawk Raiders gang.
Kit poses as an outlaw to gain entrance to a gang holding a doctor hostage.
Kit and El Toro go under cover to reacquire a plaque symbolizing good foreign relations.
An ex-outlaw decides that crooked politics are more profitable than crime.
A boss of a gang poses as an assayer in order to trick a man out of his money.
Kit and El Toro (Bill Williams, Don Diamond) go to Marysville to investigate counterfeit mining stock.
A woman wielding an odd pair of shears exposes herself as a murderess.
Kit and El Toro (Bill Williams, Don Diamond) are held up by the Slick Ears gang.
An outlaw plans to take over a ranch and use it as a hideout for his gang.
Bandits use a cave to store loot from holdups.
Kit and El Toro escort a payroll-laden government wagon into Fort Mojave.
Two telegraph linesmen are shot and scalped, as though by Indians.
Kit investigates corruption at a gold mine.
A woman summons Kit to search for her missing daughter.
Daggett and Morgan steal a mining claim held by Joe Brownlow.
Kit is sent to investigate the forthcoming trial of a man accused of murder.
El Toro must stop the spread of a deadly disease; Kit uncovers a murder scheme.
A crime situation has prevented the ratification of a new treaty with Mexico.
Kit tries to vindicate a man charged with murder in Guadalupe.
Kit goes to Colombia to break up the Stoddard gang; El Toro poses as a wealthy miner.
Kit witnesses bandits robbing a bank.
A man tells Kit that a stage is to be robbed at the Indian Head relay station.
Outlaw Curly-Haired Kid escapes from prison and vows to kill Kit.
Kit looks into trouble supposedly being caused by Indians.
On their way to Fort Hazard, Kit and El Toro are robbed of their horses.
A villain sets a trap that will stampede wild horses toward an unaware Kit.
Kit and El Toro try and save a gold mine found under a schoolhouse.
Kit recommends a fort be built near a town run by a criminal overlord.
Trappers are stealing food meant to carry the Indians through the winter.
A government courier is found unconscious after being robbed of $20 printing plates.
The Kincaids arrange a robbery in which Kit is involved.
Kit and El Toro (Bill Williams, Don Diamond) are ambushed by three gunmen.
Outlaw Blake Conover leaves free territory to protect his wife and son.
El Toro's uncle quarrels with the Hernandez clan; Kit proves the integrity of a will.
Kit and El Toro are sent to California to deal with land sharks.
Kit (Bill Williams) is sent to investigate a series of postal holdups.
Kit investigates crooked horse-racing.
Trigger Dawson and his gang kidnap a young girl for ransom.
An artist is wounded and has his winning national lottery ticket stolen.
Kit and El Toro find a murdered border guard.
Kit and El Toro fight a bank robber and his gang.
El Toro is taken hostage; Kit gains entrance to the bandits' hideout.
Tom Phillips is framed for murder because of his attempt to outlaw gambling.
Kit and El Toro are called upon to solve a string of gold robberies.
Outlaw Huggard impersonates the new sheriff of Green Valley to gain access to gold.
Kit and El Toro believe a young man on the run is innocent of the murder charge he faces.
A woman comes home and finds her driver killed, then she is kidnapped.
Lawyer Spense is being escorted by Kit to give a pardon to a condemned man when they are ambushed by the real killer.
The theft of a silver bell might lead to war in San Juan.
Kit and El Toro discover the body of Tad Morton's father.
Kit and El Toro pose as bandits in order to get close to outlaw El Cougar.
Kit and El Toro accompany Sen. Fowler to Monterey for security reasons.
Kit and El Toro are called upon to ensure the safety of a young boy and his aunt.
Notorious outlaws Three-Fingered Jack and Joaquin Murietta start attacking the California stagecoaches.