An elderly recluse with a mean reputation helps Lucas rescue Mark.
A group of hill folk is installed as peace officers in a town near North Fork.
Lucas refuses help to an old man running from a gang of criminals.
A stranger arrives on the McCain ranch claiming to be a friend of Lucas'.
Mark is injured in an accident that leaves his legs paralyzed.
Lucas uses a bullet as evidence to convict a crooked gambler.
Lucas' lust for revenge nearly ruins his life.
A poisonous snake gives a prisoner his chance to escape.
Rumors that Mark may be mixed up with thieves shake Lucas.
Local bullies ridicule a Japanese royal visitor.
A boy not much older than Mark announces that he intends to kill Lucas.
Mark and Lucas find Winslow Quince stranded in the desert and help him to North Fork.
An Indian is accused of a mining-camp murder.
While on a cougar hunt, Lucas loses faith in his ability as a rifleman.
The blacksmith volunteers as acting deputy when Micah is out of town.
Mark takes a sudden aversion to his father's rifle after one of his friends is killed.
An unscrupulous land buyer tries to get Lucas to sell his ranch.
A dapper little braggart invites challenge with tales of his gunfighting prowess.
Mark befriends a circus advance-man suspected of robbery.
Lucas gets wind of an assassination plot.
A charming Irishman claims Lou for his bride.
A former gunfighter arrives in North Fork with the intention of settling down.
Lucas and several others are trapped in the hotel with a dangerous outlaw.
Lou Mallory, a stunning redhead, arrives in North Fork and buys the hotel.
Lucas, Mark and Micah escape from bandits and take refuge in a deserted building.
Lucas, Mark and Micah are taken prisoner by a group of bandits.
A former friend of Lucas' is released from prison and asks him for a job.
Lucas develops temporary amnesia while visiting a strange town.
A gambler moves into North Fork and begins courting a local girl.
The new marshal is friends with a known outlaw.
Lucas regrets his attitude toward a reformed outlaw.
A Southern belle arrives in North Fork claiming that Micah is her husband.
The McCains get new neighbors when a couple moves into a nearby ranch.
A blind banjo-playing wanderer strikes up an acquaintance with Mark.
Lucas' friends label him a tinhorn because of his gambling.
Mark deliberately disobeys his father and a convicted prisoner escapes.
Lucas is accused of murder by a man who claims to be an eyewitness.
A gunman threatens to kill Micah and Lucas tries to help.
A young man arrives in North Fork to claim the body of his dead brother.
Mark falls head-over-heels into his first puppy love.
A dapper man arrives on the stage and announces that he has come to kill Lucas.
A drifter forces his attentions on a deaf girl.
A gang comes to town to free a jailed member.
A young girl asks refuge at the McCain ranch for herself and her ill brother.
Outlaws force Lucas to help with a prison break.
Lucas is stunned when Mark is kidnapped and a $5,000 ransom is asked.
Lucas is accidentally responsible for the death of a young mountain boy.
The townspeople leave Lucas to face killers alone.
Mark Twain visits North Fork.
The North Fork Town Council feels that an old man is incapable of raising his grandson.
A kindly neighbor of Lucas' believes he is President Lincoln.
An eccentric old friend of Lucas' arrives in North Fork.
A killer's rich father tries to bribe witness Lucas.
A new neighbor of the McCains' gives Mark a job on his ranch.
A prison wagon carrying a condemned killer passes through North Fork.
Stagecoach robbers take Mark and Millie hostage.
Mark takes a job against his father's wishes.
Lucas subdues a gang of bandits singlehandedly.
A Chinese man and his son plan to settle in North Fork.
A former gunfighter becomes a doctor hoping to make up for his past.
Two cowhands submit Lucas' name to a matchmaker.
The North Fork stagecoach must stop at the McCain ranch because of a severe snowstorm.
Lucas is cursed by a renegade Indian with a reputation for witchcraft.
Lucas and Mark set out on a hunting trip and stumble upon a robbery.
An amiable handyman in town has dreams of becoming a famous gunfighter.
Lucas faces lynching for unwittingly buying stolen horses.
A traveling salesman is accused of forcing his attentions on a local woman.
A former POW imprisons Lucas for his role in the Civil War.
Lucas, temporarily blind, faces a gunfight.
A visit to Micah's old home leads to the uncovering of an old mystery.
Micah is terrorized by an old enemy and resigns from his job.
Lucas is sent to Wyoming to investigate the sale of guns to Indians.
Lucas goes under cover as a federal agent.
Lucas begins to believe in ghosts when he sees someone he thinks he killed.
A dying friend asks Lucas to fetch his wife.
Lucas and Micah are beset with troubles while bringing a killer to trial.
Lucas unmasks a book salesman as a killer.
Lucas helps an alcoholic former doctor regain his self-respect.
A sprightly elderly lady arrives in North Fork and announces that she plans to capture a bandit.
A desperate, mute man steals from the stagecoach.
A hard-drinking painter is accused of murder.
A con man makes his living by provoking and then betting on gunfights.
Mark and a friend are trapped in an old mine.
Before she dies, the widow of a bandit Lucas shot arranges for his death.
A store owner hires con men as collection agents.
Lucas helps a young minister who has problems with his father.
A Mexican bandit and his gang ride into North Fork.
Lucas trails an escaped prisoner to a mining town in the mountains.
A con man and his son want Lucas' mineral rights.
A prison wagon carrying seven criminals stops over in North Fork for supplies.
A matriarch seeks revenge for her sons' deaths.
Three robbers force Lucas to help them rob the North Fork bank.
An ex-convict is accused of robbing and killing his employer.
Lucas helps a woman who is being harassed by a rough gambler.
Lucas helps an old friend, a federal agent, infiltrate a gang of robbers.
A convict is released from prison and returns home to North Fork.
A neighbor has bet his whole year's farm crop on a horse race.
A bank-robbing gunman decides to hide out at the McCain ranch.
Andy Moon and his young son take shelter at the McCain ranch.
Lucas receives a series of mysterious threatening notes.
The daughter of a prosperous rancher is found murdered.
An old friend of Lucas' arrives in North Fork to open a gambling casino.
Ill Mark has a vision of his mother.
Lucas learns why a young soldier deserted.
Mark learns a new preacher is an impostor.
On a train trip, Lucas and Mark find themselves held at gunpoint by a killer.
A teenage girl and her brother are badly mistreated by their stepfather.
An elderly couple moves to North Fork under an assumed name.
Lucas and Mark help a friend who has been cheated in a horse trade.
A boy is accused of shooting an outlaw in the back.
Two unhappy heirs threaten a young widow.
Two tough private detectives appear in North Fork looking for a boy.
Land-hungry brothers threaten a spinster's fiance.
A buffalo hunter tries to force Lucas into a gunfight.
Mark runs away from home when he thinks that Lucas believes he's lying.
Lucas becomes involved in a revenge fight when he befriends a young Easterner.
Lucas and Mark find themselves caring for a 6-month-old baby.
The town drunk's son thinks he is heir to Lucas' ranch.
Outlaws threaten to kill Micah unless their leader is freed.
Lucas agrees to ride shotgun on the North Fork stage.
Lucas and Mark travel across the desert, returning from a trip to lay in a supply of salt.
Fallen ill, a couple seeks shelter with Lucas.
Lucas becomes involved in the family troubles of the hotel clerk.
Lucas and Mark lie to protect a dead man's family.
A newspaper reporter believes his wife is involved with Lucas.
A dying gunslinger attracts trouble to North Fork.
The three Malakie brothers appear in the saloon and start breaking up the place.
A group of outlaws wants to take over the town of North Fork.
A rancher is shot by an unknown killer, and his daughter's lover is jailed.
The bank forecloses on a rancher behind on his loan payments.
Railroad officials debate whether to build a new line to North Fork or Center City.
A band of Indians kidnaps Mark and disappears into the hills.
Mark, returning home from school, stumbles on the body of an unidentified man.
Lucas gives his blood to save a dying man.
A trail bum arrives in North Fork during a drought claiming to be a water witch.
A hired gunman arrives in town to kill a man Lucas has hated for years.
The North Fork schoolteacher is pressured to leave town because of her progressive ideas.
The young son of a neighboring rancher is seriously hurt in an accident.
A young man wants an education despite his uncle's objection.
Mark meets a stranger whom Lucas suspects of being a wanted man.
An escaped killer barricades himself and his two companions in the North Fork general store.
A marshal from another territory comes to North Fork looking for a wanted man.
An old enemy of Marshal Micah Torrance's arrives in town, bent on revenge.
Lucas' old friend arrives for an unexpected visit.
An outlaw will surrender if his sweetheart gets the reward.
Lucas risks his life when he offers to appear as a witness in a murder trial.
A woman whom Lucas remembers as a card cheat opens a boardinghouse in town.
A U.S. marshal arrives in North Fork, taking an Indian prisoner back east for trial.
A smart-aleck boy from Brooklyn comes west to seek his fortune.
A young couple traveling in a wagon train causes trouble for all of North Fork.
Lucas' old friend, a traveling photographer, is accused of murder.
Outlaws hunt a retired gunfighter who has settled in North Fork.
A broken confederate soldier confronts Gen. Phil Sheridan at the McCain ranch.
Lucas and Mark find themselves exposed to anthrax when they adopt a horse.
An Argentine family moves to North Fork and settles on a ranch adjoining Lucas'.
Lucas and Mark are robbed while riding the stage back from a cattle sale.
Lucas suspects a nobleman, recently arrived from England, of cattle rustling.
A young man takes over the duties of the sheriff, who is out of town.
A criminal threatens to harm Mark unless Lucas sells him the ranch.
Mark tries to play Cupid for his father and a pretty young stranger who arrives in town.
A new bank in North Fork is in danger of being robbed.
An Italian count arrives in North Fork and challenges the town bully to a duel.
Mark is kidnapped by a man who blames Lucas for his own son's death.
Lucas has in-law trouble when his late wife's brother arrives in town.
Lucas gives a once-famous marshal a chance for rehabilitation.
Lucas is forced to give refuge to a young bank robber.
Two tough hired hands beat up Lucas and burn his ranch to get him to move off his land.
Lucas and Mark McCain settle near North Fork.