Bat goes to Jackson Hole, Wyo., to investigate the murder of an old friend at the request of his daughter; the family's freight business faces bankruptcy due to the unsolved murders of its drivers.
Wyatt Earp hires Bat as a bodyguard at his casino in El Paso; robbers distract Bat with an expensive shirt as they make off with $13,000 of Earp's money.
A farmer-turned-marshal rescues Bat after bandits leave him for dead; Bat helps the lawman find confidence in his new position as peacekeeper.
Looking to obtain evidence to convict a gang, Pinkerton hires Bat to go under cover; posing as a marble salesman, Bat attempts to convince the gang's leader to commission a statue of himself for the town square.
While returning to explore an old silver claim in Monument City, Nev., Bat runs afoul of two claim jumpers with itchy trigger fingers.
Bat seeks justice for a young friend murdered by three ranchers whom the young man accused of cheating at cards, but the sheriff refuses to take action against the killers.
Major Whitsett's plans to run for office in Colorado Territory prompt his colonel to send him into an Indian ambush.
Major Whitsett's plans to run for office in Colorado Territory prompt his colonel to send him into an Indian ambush.
The U.S. Army recruits Bat after several enraged Indian tribes accuse white men of abducting their women and children; Bat must find the culprits before a war breaks out.
Bat rescues a woman from three assailants and learns that she and her father escaped from the clutches of a gang affiliated with Jesse James, along with proof condemning the outlaws.
After three gunmen on the gallows receive amnesty for their participation in the Lincoln County War, they resume their life of crime, and Bat must help the local marshal bring them to justice once again.
Bat bargains with outlaws to keep them from taking a widow's Medal of Honor; the thieves decide to rob Bat as well, making off with his money and cane along with the precious heirloom.
Bat becomes the special prosecutor in the trial of a local thug, determined to conduct a fair trial despite the thug's boss, Sam Shanks, insisting upon a not-guilty verdict.
Bat takes control of a mining claim after wining a lottery and ventures out to locate it, running afoul of a giant who attacks him and throws him in the Trinity River.
Determined to take over Bat's bank, a greedy saloonkeeper interferes with a crucial gold shipment and triggers a panic among the clientele that threatens to send Bat into financial ruin.
Bat travels to a Texas ranch to drive cattle for rancher Orin Ditts, but Orin stands accused of burning down the local land and the Grant family suspects Bat to be his hired gun.
Bat delays his plan to attend a poker game in order to protect an important gunpowder convoy on its way to Fort Stewart, but its armed escort has been decimated and its wagon drivers appear suspicious.
When Bat comes to the aid of a marshal friend in Dodge City to stop a power-hungry land baron named Silas Guild, he learns the marshal's intentions are less than noble.
Bat faces a series of challenges as his crew builds a railroad in Colorado, including natural disasters, lost equipment and charges against Bat for a murder he didn't commit.
The owner of a casino in Paradise, Colo., refuses to pay the debts and taxes he owes, prompting Bat's appointment to the role of county tax assessor.
At Crazy Creek Station, an Indian and his gang take Bat, Major Mars and Lottie Tremaine hostage to exact revenge upon Mars for a number of crimes he committed against Indians.
Bat tries to help Clyde Richards negotiate the purchase of an old mining road to create a route through the mountains, but when Bat recognizes the holdout owner from his past, the mission takes a dark turn.
Gambler George Winston breaks the bank at Bat's casino using underhanded methods, and after pursuing Winston and his bodyguard, Burt Comers, Bat learns the men have an accomplice on the inside.
An old foe mysteriously bequeaths his casino to Bat; when Bat arrives in Shotgun Falls, Wyo., to claim the inheritance, he discovers he must deal with a crippling mortgage and a murderous marshal determined to take control of the property.
Bat becomes the only remaining witness for the prosecution in an upcoming murder trial in Wyoming as the father of the accused man either intimidates or kills anyone able to testify.
Bat makes an appeal to the governor to pardon a gunfighter because of his father's war service.
Bat helps a woman and her son break away from the Doolin gang and flee to St. Louis, but the boy feels a strong attachment to the criminals that he considers family.
Bat arrives in town too late to stop the Dakota boys from killing his friend, the sheriff; when the town asks Bat to take over the position, Bat provides another option.
Bat comes to a friend for employment, but when murder strikes, he must take over his late friend's job of escorting three mail-order brides to their designated husbands.
Bat ejects a business partner from a casino after he catches the man embezzling money, but instead of deterring the crook, Bat only provokes his ire.
An Englishman decides to test his customized pistol on Bat.
Bat must convince the owners of a dangerous Colorado mine to halt work before an accident occurs.
Bat presides over a shooting contest and must confront a bully who cheats his way to first place.
A railroad company draws suspicion when lines of barbed-wire fencing disappear from the ranches near its rail lines, calling the rightful owner of the land into question.
Crooks target old prospector Cactus Charlie after he discovers their hidden stash of stolen gold.
A sea captain's plan to relocate his Scottish castle to San Francisco runs into trouble when a stockholder takes out a restraining order due to the expense of the project.
A dying casino owner asks Bat to take his money to his brother, who leads a gang of rustlers.
Bat investigates a series of disappearances involving people searching for the Lost Dutchman's Mine.
Bat agrees to accompany a widow to a governor's reception as her bodyguard, but someone steals the widow's diamond jewelry on the day of the event.
Bat distributes a wanted poster as part of his investigation into a cattle smuggling operation.
Bat chases Mexican bandits through Spanish-American towns after losing his money in a bank robbery.
Bat faces danger when trying to help railroad tycoon Hugh Blaine get his money back from swindlers.
Bat battles a local judge who levies steep fines for minor infractions.
A gambler establishes a casino in Bat's name and cheats his cowboy customers out of their money.
When Bat transports a large herd of horses to Fort Bowie, a gang stages an ambush, killing many of Bat's men and stealing the herd; Bat must use his wits to recover the horses and bring the killers to justice.
Bat bungles an attempt to thwart stagecoach robbers, resulting in the disappearance of precious silver bullion and the stagecoach itself.
Bat encounters a judge up for reelection in Headstone, Texas, and bets on an exhibition fight.
Bat helps Ellie Winters look for a missing witness to deliver testimony that can clear her of a false murder charge, and he recruits Wyatt Earp as a lawyer.
The uncle of an accused man sets a lethal trap for Bat at a Mexican ranch to prevent him from testifying at his nephew's trial.
In Yuma, Bat joins a posse to hunt down Yaqui Kid, an outlaw who murdered a bride's fiancé just before her wedding.
A magician unwittingly helps three bank robbers when he disarms Bat as part of a magic trick; the repentant magician teams up with Bat to pull a trick on the robbers and recover the money.
After receiving half of a cane he gifted to Jane Taylor, Bat becomes involved in a power struggle between ranchers and has friends on both sides.
Bat decides to pull a scheme on a woman in Deadwood who stole from him.
After witnessing a gunfight, Bat becomes involved with embezzlers, killers and a dog that steals.
When a mine's shares go up for sale, Bat uncovers a scheme to salt the mine and raise its value.
A gang of bandits kidnaps Claire, a sheriff's fiancée, during a stagecoach robbery, and Bat goes after the outlaws in place of the injured sheriff.
A businessman, furious after Bat outsmarts him in acquiring half of a gold mine's profits, takes revenge by buying up needed resources and rigging an explosion to kill Bat and his partners.
Two speculators try to gain an advantage in the stock market when they hire former Pony Express riders to relay information to Denver, but Bat and one of his friends thwart their plan by using carrier pigeons.
Bat agrees to obtain photographic proof that a horse lifts all four hooves off the ground at once while running to help Hugh Blaine win a bet, but someone steals the pictures before he can present them.
When Bat hires a female piano player to help the Long Branch Saloon boost its revenue, the crooked mayor and marshal of Dodge City create a bigger problem he must deal with.
An all-male group is determined to keep women from voting.
Bat must train railroad tycoon Gen. Moran's racehorse for a 440-yard sprint that will determine the ownership of a railroad spur and a Texas ranch.
Bat acts as the defense for a miner falsely accused of murder in a town run by a crooked boss.
Bat helps a sheriff collect taxes owed by a railroad owner who diverts his funds out of town.
Bat intervenes when two families enter into a shooting feud because one family owes him $2,000.
Outraged by the price of a bowler at Sharon Stabler's store, Bat fights against a shipping monopoly.
Bat takes a stand when a Sacramento casino owner blackmails two beautiful girls and their father.
While visiting a former girlfriend in St. Joseph, Mo., Bat helps a businessman being squeezed for protection money but ends up accused of trying to collect the money himself.
Bat is caught between the guns of two warring sons.
Bat places himself between a trigger-happy sheriff and a reformed gunman involved in a recent killing.
Bat resorts to dueling pistols to expose the cowardice of a Confederate deserter.
When Bat replaces the leader of buffalo hunters as they roam Indian territory, the former leader retaliates by framing Bat for the murder of a Sioux.
Bat is offered a beautiful girl and other gifts as a reward for services to an old gypsy.
Bat comes to the rescue of two Dutchmen caught up in a sandstorm while hunting for a Spanish galleon lost in the Colorado River; two outlaws lie in wait to steal the galleon's treasure.
Bat agrees to pose as a prisoner to gain the confidence of a criminal who hid a string of black pearls he stole, but when the man's sister arrives his job gets harder.
A bartender is killed after he takes on another identity and sells a scandal-ridden story to a newspaper.
Bat finds himself involved in the Lincoln assassination conspiracy 15 years after the crime.
A town full of former outlaws kidnaps Bat and expects him to work as their trusty banker.
The territorial administrator seeks Bat's help in stemming a crime wave in Cheyenne.
When Bat arrives at a mining town in Bonanza, Colo., to collect $20,000 in earnings from a cattle drive, he discovers the town believes him dead and gave his money to a woman claiming to be his widow.
Bat wins half of a lottery ticket in a poker game, but the man with the other half is found dead and his ticket is missing.
An Austrian nobleman holds up a gambling casino that Bat is in the process of buying.
Bat's tailor, a political organizer in a New Mexico town, draws the ire of a casino owner who kidnaps the tailor when he tries to organize an effort to fight the crooked owner's gang.
Bat and Lorna Adams race to Austin, Texas, with evidence that will save a man from the gallows, but bandits steal the horses from their stagecoach and Bat must find new transportation.
Bat buys a Denver athletic club, but when he arrives in town he learns that city officials plan to tear down his property to build a casino.
Bat is deputized as a federal officer in order to escort a murder suspect to Fort Smith for trial.
Bat discovers that the newspaper reporter who characterized him as a notorious gunman is a woman named Jo Hart.
After bully Dan Morgan cheats Bat in a poker game, Bat executes a bold plan to retrieve his money and settle scores for other victims as well.
Mace Pomeroy offers Bat a small fortune to command his forces in his railroad war against Gen. Moran.
When pirates stage a daring holdup of the riverboat Dakota Queen and steal $10,000 from Bat, along with other passengers' valuables, Bat takes advantage of their leader's gluttony using a barrel of rare cheeses.
A marksman's wife convinces him not to take a greedy casino owner up on an agreement to kill Bat, but the casino owner looks for a way to force the murder by any means necessary.
After learning that all of the poker games in town cheat their players, Bat starts his own game, but a crooked sheriff arrests him and bans him from poker.
After Bat loses his gun, horse and money to gambler Bailey Harper, he decides to regain his belongings by courting Bailey's girl.
A Shawnee renegade and his band take two girls prisoner, but with the Army on its way to assist General Custer, only Bat remains to rescue the girls.
Members of a gang confront Bat as he leads a trail drive, trying to get money from him before they'll let his cattle through town.
Bat learns a man calling himself Bat Masterson, wearing a derby and carrying a cane, has become the sheriff of Trinidad, Colo.
Bat volunteers to lead a wagon train after the guide for another wagon train is found dead -- the third train lost in a single summer.
President Hayes and General Sherman are scheduled to make a stop in Dodge City, and Bat takes on the task of protecting the general during the election stop.
Bat tries to uncover a possible card sharp, but his investigation could prove lethal when the subject makes plans to kill Bat.
Three cousins who've inherited pieces of a treasure map from their late uncle hire Bat to lead them to the place they believe the money has been hidden.
Bat comes to the aid of two youths who are being bullied into selling the hardware and feed store they inherited from their late father.
While rushing to the aid of his brother, Ben Thompson saves Bat's life but is wounded in action, leaving Bat to save Ben's brother from the hangman's noose.
Bat finds himself tied to a tree and left for the bears when the hunting party he is guiding turns out to be a trio of outlaws wanted for robbery and murder.
When Bat wins a young fighter's contract from a shady manager, he trains the youth for an honest fight and bets everything he's got on the outcome.
Bat's former flame calls him to a tent city in Nevada to help save her fiance from a miscarriage of justice.
After Bat wins a herd of cattle in a high-stakes card game, a determined rancher makes it difficult for Bat to convert his winnings into cash.
Thinking Bat has been flirting with his girlfriend, Molly Doyle, a nightrider decides to kill him, but Bat refuses to leave town when he finds out.
Bat Masterson's friend asks for help when rival gambling house owner Big Keel Roberts threatens his casino, with the conflict coming down to a poker game between Bat and Roberts for ownership of both establishments.