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Appearing in "The Meeting!"

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Synopsis for "The Meeting!"

Kid Colt is confronted by a gunslinger named Fresno who orders Kid to draw them. Kid Colt proves to be the faster draw and shoots the guns out of Fresno's hands. Demanding to know why Fresno is gunning after him he learns that Jed Garner of Copper City challenged Fresno to test his guns against Kid Colt for a thousand dollars. Realizing that Gardner is looking to get revenge against Kid Colt after their confrontation at Ripple Creek, Kid Colt heads off to Copper City to face him one on one.

However back in town one of Gardner's men spotted Kid Colt's approach and has come to tip Gardner off. Jed orders his men to wait around the saloon and get the drop on Kid Colt when he comes in. When the Kid arrives the men stationed out front of the saloon try to stop Kid Colt but he shoots their guns out of his hands. Kid Colt then bursts in with guns blazing. As he is dealing with Garner's men, Jed tries to shoot Kid Colt from behind. However the Kid is saved by the timely arrival of Fresno who shoots the gun out of Garner's hand. Kid Colt and Fresno then work together to drive Garner and his men out of town.

Appearing in "Son of the Plains"

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Appearing in "Rustlers' Roundup!"

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  • Spencer

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Kid Colt comes across some men trying to re-brand some cattle. He recognizes them as cattle as belonging to the Diamond J ranch. When the men tells Kid Colt to mind his own business he realizes that they are rustlers and draws his guns. However the leader of the rustlers sneaks up behind Kid Colt and pistol whips him from behind, knocking him out. He then warns his men to refrain from carrying out their operations between dusk and dawn. When other riders begin to approach the rustlers then flee the scene.

The riders turn out to be ranch hands working for the Diamond J ranch and recognizing Kid Colt they take him back to the Russell spread where he regains conciousness. He is then asked by Mr. Russell and the other ranchers to help catch the rustlers and Kid Colt promises to do what he can to help catch the thieves.

After a fruitless search, there is commotion coming from the Spencer ranch, Spencer leads the ranch hands to investigate. Kid Colt however wants to check something else and breaks off from the rest of the group. In a nearby canyon he finds the rustlers moving the stolen cattle and rushes with guns blazing. While most of the rustlers escape, Kid Colt manages to capture one of them and forces him to talk.

Kid Colt then returns to the ranchers and their searching party and accuses Spencer as being the leader of the rustlers recognizing his voice as that of the man who attacked him from behind. When Spencer tries to attack the Kid, Colt easily knocks him out and turns him over to the authorities.

Appearing in "Gun Savvy!"

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  • Mountain lion

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Kid Colt spends some time teaching a young boy named Tim how to shoot teaching him that it is important to know how to properly handle a gun. However, when Tim's father finds them he scolds Kid Colt for showing his son how to shoot, telling him that they don't need guns and tells the Kid to get lost.

Camping out in the wilderness for the night, Kid Colt hears the roar of a mountain lion and tries to shoot it as it approaches him. The shot scares the big cat off, and Kid Colt decides to follow after it to make sure it does not harm anyone else. Ironically, the mountain lion ends up outside Tim's home. Tim's father hears the cat howl and rushes out with a shot gun but trips over a rock and falls down, dropping his gun.

Quick thinking, Tim snatches up the rifle and shoots the mountain lion. Kid Colt arrives and finishes the ferocious feline off. In the aftermath of the battle, Tim's father realizes how wrong he was not to teach his son how to shoot and promises Kid Colt that he will teach his son how to shoot.

Appearing in "The Loser!"

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Western tale.

Appearing in "The Challenge!"

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Kid Colt witnesses as some towns people rough up a man named Bob Daly and comes to his aid, beating on the men who are bullying him and sends them packing. Bob and his nephew Lennie thank the Kid for his help and invite him back to their house. There Bob apologizes to Colt for not being a fighting man saying that he is dedicated to raising Lennie. The Kid tells him that he has no reason to apologize, saying a fighting man doesn't just fight with his fists but equally with his ideals and principals. Bob thanks him but tells him that he feels like Lennie might not understand. Kid Colt bids the Daly's goodbye wishing he could do more for them.

Outside, Kid talks to Lennie and Lennie tells Colt that he doesn't think his uncle is a coward but believes that even though Bob doesn't like the rough stuff he had a good reason he could show all the people who bully him. This gives Kid Colt an idea and he tells Lennie that he knows just what to do.

Later that day, Lennie is walking through town with a bucket of water and trips, spilling it on the men who bullied his uncle earlier that day. When they try to rough him up, Bob comes to Lennie's rescue. When one of the bullies tries to rush Bob, Kid Colt trips him. Bob then fights off the man roughing up Lennie, but when he pulls a gun, Kid Colt steps in and shoots it out of his hand. Kid Colt then tells the two men to get out of town and they leave. Bob thanks Kid Colt for all his help.

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