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Appearing in "Kid Colt Outlaw"

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  • Frenchie

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Synopsis for "Kid Colt Outlaw"

Kid Colt rides into the town of Stockton and finds that the once peaceful town has become a ruined gambling town after the town made it rich in a gold strike. He comes to the aid of a local named Charlie who is kicked out of a saloon by a local tough named Spence and forces him to apologize at gunpoint. The Kid is then asked to meet with the mayor and a group of high profile citizens who ask Kid Colt to help them clear out the gambling houses and help them rebuild their once great town.

Kid Colt comes up with a plan and soon speeches are made and the local miners are convinced to invest their money in the town instead of blowing it all on gambling. All begins to start well until some local men try to stop the mayor, but Kid Colt comes to his aid. The men then return to their boss Frenchie, the owner of the gambling hall. Fed up with Kid Colt's meddling, Frenchie leads his men after the hero. They corner him outside of town, but before they can kill the Kid, the mayor and the locals arrive and force them to surrender. Suddenly, the Kid notices a massive fire in town and mayor Thatcher tells Kid Colt that before they left they set the gambling house on fire, intending to build a school in its place.

Appearing in "Kid Colt Outlaw"

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  • Native American warriors
  • stagecoach robbers

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On his way to Silver Valley, Kid Colt is drawn to the scent of an old timer cooking bacon and arrives just in time to save the old man from a bear that smelled his cooking also. After being rewarded with a meal, Kid Colt is warned by the old man to stay out of Silver Valley as there is danger along the way, but Kid Colt refuses to give up on his job.

Along the trail, Kid Colt is attacked by a group of Native American braves but they soon pull back when they realize that the Kid is a great fighter. The Kid also survives through a heavy snowfall and the wolves it draws, and the next day after descending the mountains stops a bunch of coach robbers.

Shortly thereafter, Kid Colt arrives at his friend Jim's house just in time to celebrate the birthday of his son Jody, Kid Colt gives the boy a pair of silver spurs for his birthday. When Jim asks the Kid if he had any trouble on his travels, Kid Colt tells him that he had no troubles at all.

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Appearing in "Kid Colt Outlaw"

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Kid Colt is in town and witnesses as Ed Moore attempts to start a fight with a local named Dawson whom Ed blames for murdering his brother Danny. Kid Colt breaks things up before a fight can happen and sends Ed on his way. Going home with Dawson, Kid Colt learns about his recent troubles and Dawson professes his innocence. Learning that Ed co-owner a ranch with his brother, the Kid decides to check out the scene of where the murder apparently happened. While they search someone tries to shoot them dead, but Kid Colt sends him packing, but are unable to determine the shooters identity.

Kid Colt then goes directly to Ed Moore's ranch where Ed's ranch hand Clyde tries to take a shot at him, but the Kid easily disarms him. Kid Colt then tells Ed that he learned the truth about his brother's killer and asks Ed to meet him at Wolf Creek Canyon that evening at six. Sure enough, this bit of information flushes out the real killer: Clyde who is caught red handed by Ed trying to murder Kid Colt and Dawson. Distracted by the sudden discover, Kid Colt knocks Clyde out and turns him over to the authorities while Ed and Dawson put their differences aside and agree to stop feuding.

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