Capt. Parmalee learns that a notorious criminal he helped send to the gallows left him part of his estate.
Various characters attempt to steal a valuable bottle of nitroglycerin as Joe, Chad and Cotton ride escort.
Reese falls victim to the charms of an aristocratic family he's been ordered to evict from their land.
The Rangers protect an Indian accused of murder from a lynch mob.
Reese arrives in a "real" ghost town where almost all of the residents have been scared away by an apparent poltergeist.
A dying man recites a nursery rhyme that reveals the location of a set of plates to make counterfeit currency.
A notorous outlaw turns out to be the brother Capt. Parmalee thought had died a war hero.
Reese becomes a proponent of pacifism after he is assigned to protect peaceful sheep ranchers from a cattleman's raids.
Chad and Erik masquerade as hoodlums to bring a Chinese opium lord to justice.
Reese adopts an American Indian boy whose family was murdered by Red Gully and his brothers.
Reese is mistaken for the notorious desperado he was chasing after he loses his memory in a fall from a horse.
Chad and Erik pose as preachers to help a clergyman defy a silver smuggler and build a church.
Four youngsters take Reese prisoner in hopes that a relative will allow them to join his band of outlaws.
An Indian chief agrees to a truce if Reese marries his daughter.
Chad and the foreign prince he resembles switch places in hopes of foiling an assassination plot.
A madman uses enslavement and murder to build his own version of a Roman empire in Texas.
A youngster hires Chad, Reese and Joe to provide a safe escort to her uncle's home.
Reese stands in for a millionaire who has thus far narrowly evaded a kidnapping plot.
Erik is taken captive by members of a backwoods family who've been making a living by stealing payrolls.
Erik poses as a magician to infiltrate a circus group suspected of complicity in several bank robberies.
Erik and Joe impersonate criminals to infiltrate a former Chicago gangster's Texas organization.
Reese's plans to retire and start a cattle ranch are thwarted when two swindlers sell him a lake bottom.
Bennett poses as a woman to rescue a condemned Mexican rebel.
Two criminals use a mind-altering drug on Reese and order him to kill Capt. Parmalee.
Indians intend to sacrifice captives Erik and Joe to the gods.
The Texas Rangers fake a fatal fight amongst themselves in order to nab a daring criminal.
A bank robber has his own agenda for a self-styled mechanical genius.
Capt. Parmalee's suspicions are aroused when two strangers award Reese a substantial piece of the county's real estate.
The Rangers investigate when an angry out-of-towner and the owner of a traveling museum become suspects in a series of local murders.
Reese, Chad and Joe encounter a protective 10-year-old when they track a wounded bandit to his ranch.
Party plans for Capt. Parmalee are interrupted by a challenge from a gunslinger from Parmalee's past.
Capt. Parmalee sends Reese on a mission to locate a schoolmaster whose arrival is long overdue.
Bennett is captured after trailing a trio of outlaws to a stagecoach stop.
Reese escorts two nuns to a mission where priests were massacred.
Capt. Parmalee uses a Houston Ranger in his plan to capture Linda Little Trees and her gang.
The mayor of a small Mexican town hires Reese to turn the local farmers into a polished team of soldiers.
The rangers adopt an Indian orphan; a rancher hires gunmen to fight bandits.
A false breach-of-promise suit is uncovered when a stern judge orders the return of some court records to a Texas town.
An actor realizes he's in hot water after he poses as a preacher and officiates at a gunslinger's wedding.
A hired gun helps a prisoner escape as he is being led to the gallows.
A town acclaims Cooper and Riley heroes after they save it from outlaws.
Reese poses as an outlaw to infiltrate a gang of payroll-stealing French army renegades.
Captain Parmalee leaves Cooper and Riley in charge of Laredo, but they sneak away to attend a fiesta in San Gill.
Cooper and Riley persuade a fellow ranger to step into the boxing ring with the self-appointed heavyweight champ of the Southwest.
Capt. Parmalee and his Texas Rangers face several hazards as they try to prevent claim jumping.
Bennett persuades an old friend to join the Rangers, but the man fears he will bring them bad luck on a mission.
The Rangers recover stolen goods; Miss Em crusades for culture.
Captain Parmalee embarks on a mission to convince a state senator that the Texas Rangers need funding.
A corrupt sheriff joins outlaws in an effort to steal Reese's valuable cargo.
The Rangers' mission to capture a gang of murderous bushwackers is unexpectedly burdened by three women.
An outwitted Cooper allows an outlaw to escape with his girlfriend.
Chad becomes engaged to a railroad magnate's daughter and resigns.
The Rangers (Neville Brand, William Smith, Peter Brown) pursue a band of outlaws based on a tip from one (Bruce Dern) of the gang's members.
Bennett, Cooper and Riley are assigned to bring a pair of renegade Indians to justice.
Trouble abounds when the Rangers ride into a Texas town during its Alamo Day festivities.
A prospector barters for a Ranger escort past Lazyfoot's hideout.