Homesteaders refuse to testify after they see two of Crown's best friends dragged behind horses, then later find them hanged.
A soldier deserts and joins an outlaw gang to avoid being stationed at an Army post commanded by his father, whom he hasn't seen since childhood.
A former convict holds wounded Francis hostage, demanding the marshal's help to free transferred prisoners.
A murderer takes Crown's badge and I.D. papers and leaves behind his trademark hat and silver-plated shotgun.
A discharged cavalryman takes advantage of Crown's absence to try his former superior in a mock court.
A stranger claims there is a link between Jack the Ripper and killings of dance-hall girls in Cimarron City.
A white girl (Tuesday Weld) raised by Indians falls in love with Crown and helps him track down a band of raiders.
An outlaw escapes from prison, vowing revenge on Crown for having fooled him into stealing sacks of worthless paper instead of an Army payroll.
A cowboy sentenced to act as a town's deputy marshal faces a dilemma when his former running mates are released from jail and arrive to make trouble in his community.
A vengeful outlaw betrayed by his cohorts in an Army payroll robbery takes the papers of a Texas lawman he murdered and gets a job with Crown.
An unruly band of unemployed wolf hunters begin demanding jobs, opening up a long-festering feud between homesteaders and cattlemen.
Crown must fire a careless cowhand to whom he gave a job, only to have the man join a group of outlaws planning to kill the marshal.
A family of settlers runs into tragedy after refusing to wait for government approval and claiming land in a valley linked with superstition and legend.
After killing an outlaw in the marshal's absence, MacGregor finds himself in a neighboring town's jail, held for murder by a enemy of Crown's.
Sibling outlaws rescuing a captive brother shoot Crown and leave him for dead, only to have their father post a $500 reward for the return of the marshal's body.
A cavalry veteran, wild with grief over the death of a friend, takes his revenge on those he feels have civilized the Wild West.
Crown tricks a young outlaw into revealing his gang's robbery plans, only to have the angry youth kidnap Dulcey as part of a plan to gain revenge on the marshal.
A beating, a fire and other incidents plague the town after three local Indians watch a slanted Wild West show about an Indian massacre; guest Warren Gates.
Two wanted brothers turn themselves into Crown, only to become the targets of a bounty-seeking gunmen.
As word spreads that Congress has cancelled land leases held by cattlemen, farmers plan to cross the Cimarron River and move in.
A gunslinger and an ambitious saloon-keeper plan to take over the strip by claiming that Crown is covering up the crimes of a wealthy rancher's unstable son.
After being saved from the hangman's noose, an outlaw enlists the aid of an Indian girlfriend to launch a series of raids from a base in Cherokee territory.
An outlaw with a $10,000 reward on his head finds members of his own gang turning against him after he kills one of them in the Cimarron jail.