Tagg's (Jimmy Hawkins) teacher (Nancy Hale) draws a picture of her imaginary lost love who resembles a man (Bill Henry) wanted for killing a local sheriff. With Gail Davis.
Annie (Gail Davis) brings a pair of outlaws to justice with a newly invented gun. With Gabor Curtiz, Helene Marshall.
An alleged buyer for a ranch plans a lucrative scheme but has a change of heart after meeting the rancher's daughter.
Annie (Gail Davis) becomes suspicious and concerned about a boy's (Barry Froner) attitude after his convict father's (Douglas Grange) death.
Annie (Gail Davis) suspects a miser (Roscoe Ates) recovered and kept $15,000 in missing stolen funds. With Jimmy Hawkins.
A man (Leonard Penn) and his daughter (Shelley Fabares) search for buried treasure after finding Tagg's (Jimmy Hawkins) treasure map.
Townspeople object to a young Indian owning the stage line.
Annie (Gail Davis) and Lofty (Brad Johnson) investigate two robberies blamed on an aging mountaineer with failing eyesight. With Stanley Andrews.
Annie recovers a priceless diamond belt for a champion boxer who expresses his gratitude by fighting an exhibition match for charity.
Annie cuts the tail and mane of Lofty's prize stallion to complete her disguise as a young Navajo girl.
A reckless gambler shames his father, a retired U.S. marshal.
A clumsy fortune-hunter doubles for a notorious gunfighter.
Annie's childhood sweetheart has become an outlaw, the Waco Kid.
A contractor agrees to deliver government gun-powder to Geronimo.
Annie (Gail Davis) uncovers a scheme involving honest ranchers, a band of greedy crooks and a valuable oil pool. With Monte Blue, Jim Bannon.
Annie, Lofty and Tagg (Gail Davis, Brad Johnson, Jimmy Hawkins) attend a friend's wedding and investigate the best man's murder.
The townspeople are in an uproar when John Boone arrives to continue his deceased father's search for buried treasure.
Lofty (Brad Johnson) poses as a notorious gunman to infiltrate a counterfeit ring. With Gail Davis, Eve Miller.
The son (Stuffy Singer) of a slain deputy has suspicions about his caregiver (Leonard Penn), a reformed outlaw.
The manager of the Express office (William Fawcett) succumbs to extortion in order to protect his son (Tyler MacDuff). With Gail Davis.
An elderly Irishman (Raymond Hatton) fascinates Tagg (Jimmy Hawkins) with tales of leprechauns. With Gail Davis.
A 10-year-old storyteller (Maryellen Clemons) has trouble convincing Annie (Gail Davis) that her tale about a rustler is true.
A notorious outlaw arrives during an election to shed a bad light on his brother, an honest lawyer running for office.
A bold 21-year-old man (Robert Easton) takes the law into his own hands and attempts to capture a gang of outlaws. With Gail Davis.
Lofty (Brad Johnson) faces a moral dilemma when confronted with a notorious outlaw who once saved his life. With Lane Bradford, Bill Henry.
Annie (Gail Davis) and Lofty (Brad Johnson) step in when a young cavalry officer (Harry Lauter) is framed for murder.
Annie (Gail Davis) hopes the introduction of the telephone will deter raids against isolated ranchers. With John War Eagle.
Annie (Gail Davis) investigates the murder of Paul Denain (Paul E. Burns), the town barber, and uncovers a baffling mystery.
Annie takes the place of a young bicycle rider in a relay race to gather evidence against two suspected murderers.
Annie (Gail Davis) and Lofty (Brad Johnson) try to discover the identity of a masked man known as the Robin Hood Kid (Tyler MacDuff).
Annie (Gail Davis) becomes involved in a controversy between a teen (Carolyn Craig) and her overly possessive father (Ewing Mitchell).
An old prospector's grandson visits, expecting to find the heroic man described in his grandfather's letters.
Annie (Gail Davis), Tagg (Jimmy Hawkins) and Lofty (Brad Johnson) convince a practical joker that sometimes jokes backfire. With Robert Easton.
Annie (Gail Davis) seeks medical attention for a dazed man (Walter Reed) Tagg (Jimmy Hawkins) encounters on the road. With Brad Johnson.
Streams of homesteaders pass through Diablo en route to a newly opened territory.
An outlawed banker tries to bribe a judge whose wife is sick.
Annie (Gail Davis) tries to reason with a vengeful gunman who has plans to murder a local judge. With Marshall Bradford, Douglas Kennedy.
An outlaw keeps his convict brother from going straight.
A schoolteacher schemes with a rancher to get a widow's land.
Annie (Gail Davis) attempts to prove a beautiful woman (Eve Miller) is involved in two bank robberies. With Rick Vallin.
Annie (Gail Davis) looks beyond local gossip to uncover a plot against a struggling family. With Stanley Andrews, Bill Henry.
An injured rancher summons all his strength to help Annie and Lofty when outlaws hold his wife hostage.
A young friend of Tagg's is defensive about his older brother's prison term.
A banker fakes death to effect a counterfeiting scheme.
A young doctor (David Alpert) faces a moral dilemma when asked to treat the escaped convict (Gregg Barton) who killed his father (Stanley Andrews).
Annie (Gail Davis) investigates when a young dance teacher has a seemingly ironclad alibi for a series of crimes. With Lou Smith, Sue Smith.
Annie (Gail Davis) attempts to disprove a man's (Lee Van Cleef) alibi by riding her horse a great distance. With Jimmy Hawkins.
Annie, Tagg and Lofty search for clues to a murderer's identity before a lynch mob hangs an innocent man.
A gambler robs a bank while the town celebrates a new fire engine.
A prisoner, allowed to escape, holds mischievous Tagg hostage.
A young outlaw befriends a neglected teen; together they rob a stage.
Tagg (Jimmy Hawkins) and his friend Billy (Stuffy Singer) run away to a ghost town inhabited by an outlaw gang. With Gail Davis.
Tagg (Jimmy Hawkins) protests having to entertain Lofty's (Brad Johnson) 10-year-old niece. With Melinda Plowman, Gail Davis.
A woman outlaw poses as Annie, making her a wanted criminal.
Annie (Gail Davis) is held captive after trailing a wounded bandit (Stanley Andrews) to his respectable son's (James Best) ranch.
Annie relies on Tagg's ability as a ventriloquist to save an innocent stage driver from angry townspeople.
An ex-con pays blackmail to hide his jail time from his fiancee.
Annie and Tagg (Gail Davis, Jimmy Hawkins) track a masked bandit who holds up an acrobatic troupe. With Brad Johnson.
Cattle rustlers try to frame a young drifter for the murder of his uncle.
The town chemist poisons the water holes of a game preserve to gain possession.
Annie (Gail Davis) investigates when an ambush is blamed on a peaceful tribe of Hopi Indians. With Jimmy Hawkins, Keith Richards, Henry Rowland.
A gambling-house owner plots to sell a banker a salted gold mine.
Annie (Gail Davis) intervenes when an infamous gunfighter's enemies try to stop him from beginning a new life. With Virginia Lee, Fess Parker.
Annie poses as a dance hall girl to help a scared murder witness find the courage to testify against a murderer.
Bandits frame an ex-convict for a gold-shipment robbery.
Annie's aging mentor insists on facing a deadly young gunman.
Annie exposes a murderous bank-robber by marking his bullets.
An ex-convict returns for revenge on the sheriff who sent him to prison.
A lovely woman plots to obtain her dead uncle's ranch.
The only witness to a store owner's murder is his blinded daughter.
A cattle owner tries to take over a troubled railroad.
Outlaws think Annie knows the location of an old prospector's riches.
Annie uses a likable gambler's straight-laced mother to reform him.
A man-hating recluse's orphaned granddaughter turns out to be a boy.
An outlaw must get rid of the man he framed years earlier.
When the controlling stockholder of a gold mine is killed, Annie helps his adopted daughter make the right decision.
A rancher plots to obtain the lucrative stagecoach line.
An outlaw (Myron Healey) poses as a marshal in an attempt to free his brother from jail. With Paul McGuire, Gail Davis.
Annie helps an escaped prisoner prove his innocence.
A young, by-the-book railroad owner fires an experienced old engineer.
In "Santa Claus Wears a Gun," Annie is called upon to prevent an old mountain man who looks like Santa Claus from robbing the payroll from a train.
Gail Davis stars in the hard-riding, straight-talking, suspenseful tales of Annie Oakley, the Old West's famous sharp shooter.