Hired to bring in a wild-horse herd, Heyes and Curry meet a rancher (Dean Jagger) who claims the horses are his.
Sheriff Trevors hires Heyes and Curry to protect a man (John McGiver) and his daughter, who witnessed a settler's lynching.
Heyes and Curry become involved with a wounded man (Clarke Gordon) claiming to be a U.S. Treasury agent.
Curry and Heyes aren't certain which side of the law they're on by agreeing to rescue a man from striking Mexican miners.
A change in governors could win Heyes and Curry their amnesty if they first save a rich man's daughter from her outlaw beau.
Heyes romances a schoolteacher (Shirley Knight) to find kidnapped Curry, held prisoner in a mine shaft.
Curry and Heyes head to a Wyoming hamlet to help a friend find buried loot coveted by several locals.
Heyes and Curry wind up in a range war when they help a rancher (Glen Corbett) who saved them from an ambush.
Clementine must pose as Curry's wife when the outlaws decide to retire in Mexico.
Rancher McCreedy hires Heyes and Curry to help him patch up his long-standing feud with rancher Armendariz.
A rancher who hires Heyes and Curry to trap animals, also hires a gunman to trap the two ex-outlaws for the bounty.
To help Heyes and Curry escape from a posse, Briscoe says he is taking them into custody.
Larcenous Georgette (Michele Lee) tricks Curry and Heyes into helping her steal a $200,000 diamond.
Heyes and Curry enlist a former newspaperman to help fight a town boss (Ida Lupino) who had the outlaws beaten and evicted.
Heyes, cheated of his poker stake, enlists Georgette's help and a borrowed necklace to get revenge.
Heyes and Curry are hired by a rich rancher to find a drifter who can clear the rancher of murder charges.
Heyes convinces Curry that they can use $200,000 in counterfeit money to get admitted to a poker game.
A prospector (Wally Cox) and his family capture Heyes and Curry then become so fond of the outlaws that they set them free.
A bank owner (Broderick Crawford) rescues Curry and Heyes from bounty hunters then tricks them into robbing his own bank.
Rancher McCreedy (Burl Ives) asks Curry and Heyes to dispose of a bust of Caesar that has caused a feud.
Heyes and Curry join a cattle drive that evolves into a murder spree.
Curry's high-paying job for a rich Easterner (Craig Stevens) ends suddenly when Curry is charged with his employer's murder.
Curry and Heyes meet a friend (Ann Sothern) while trying to clear themselves of bank-robbery charges.
A bounty-hunting former slave (Louis Gossett Jr.) captures Heyes and Curry, who later escape and save his life.
Heyes and Curry are passengers on a stagecoach that has been hijacked by a man who is determined to ambush Sheriff Trevors.
Clementine Hale, a loveable con artist, tries to blackmail the boys into helping her in a $50,000 swindle.
A simple act of kindness to two nuns (Jane Wyatt, Jane Merrow) with a broken-down wagon leads to trouble for Heyes and Curry.
A prospector who thinks he is going to die gives gold-strike maps to Heyes, Curry and several others.
A prospector's tough widow hires Heyes and Curry to retrieve hidden gold from Indian territory.
Murder results when a rich rancher hires Heyes and Curry to return his runaway wife (Meredith MacRae).
A rancher (Vera Miles) and her daughters (Cindy and Lisa Eilbacher) help Heyes and Curry escape from a posse.
A young gunman leaves Heyes, Curry and an old prospector to die in the desert after relieving them of a fortune in gold.
Capturing four outlaws and recovering $60,000 in loot bring Heyes and Curry only one reward -- being arrested themselves.
Heyes must risk his amnesty and engineer a bank robbery if he is to save Curry from being shot.
A man (Robert Morse) bored with anonymity impersonates Curry, gets convicted of murder and is sentenced to death.
When Heyes and Curry visit a friend who is sentenced to hang, everyone believes the two men know where he hid $100,000 in gold.
Curry and Heyes return $10 million in diamonds to a tycoon but wind up on the run when the gems turn out to be fakes.
Heyes and Curry pose as cowboys rounding up maverick cattle that a Mexican bandit (Nico Minardos) claims he owns.
Curry tries to find out who is systematically killing the participants in a poker game.
A woman (Judy Carne) hires Heyes and Curry to recover a stolen letter which leads to a payroll cache.
Curry must drive a wagon load of dynamite when Heyes takes what he thinks is the safer job of guiding a group of archaeologists.
Two gangs have a gun battle over which will collect a bounty on Heyes and Curry.
A homicidal embezzler frames Heyes and Curry for a robbery and a murder.
A woman (Diana Hyland) cons Smith and Jones (Pete Duel, Ben Murphy) into taking her to Devil's Hole on a mission of revenge.
Heyes convinces a beautiful gambler (Diana Muldaur) to risk her entire bankroll on a supposed inside tip.
Heyes and Curry must deal with angry townspeople after they agree to transport $50,000 withdrawn from a bank just before it failed.
Posing as agents, Heyes and Curry must stop a theft by their gang.
Heyes and Curry are determined to discover who is trying to drive them from a town where they have found honest employment.
Heyes and Curry are hired by a rich rancher to retrieve a stolen bust of Caesar.
Two notorious bandits try to go straight in the West by taking jobs as bank tellers.