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Appearing in "Ringo Kid"

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Synopsis for "Ringo Kid"

The Ringo Kid watches as outlaw Flip Cullen use the method that has earned him his nickname to determine the life or death of a man: the flip of a coin. However as the coin spins in the air, the Kid shoots it out of the sky angering Flip. The Ringo Kid demands to know why Flip wants to see this man dead, but the racist Cullen refuses to explain himself to the Ringo Kid due to his mixed ethnicity. When Flip and his men refuse to stand down, the Ringo Kid fights them off until the sheriff arrives. The Ringo Kid mounts his horse Arab and flees while Flip and his men run the other way. Before he leaves, the Ringo Kid tells the man who he saved to meet him outside of town to explain things.

Setting up camp, the Ringo Kid learns that the man Flip tried to kill used to be a member of his gang until he refused to participate in their upcoming attack on a Mormon wagon train that is passing through the area as Flip heard that they are carrying gold. The Kid lets the man go while he decides to go and stop the slaughter of the innocent Mormons. The next day, while Flip Cullen and his men prepare for the attack, the Ringo Kid approaches the Mormon wagon train to warn them of the impending attack. He finds that the "gold" that the Mormons are carrying with them are their children and a stack of Bibles. The Ringo Kid then convinces the Mormons to set up camp and prepare for the attack.

Soon, Flip Cullen and his men attack and the Ringo Kid leads the Mormons in defending their wagons. However, Flip manages to loop around behind the wagon train and knock out the Ringo Kid with a blow to the head and escapes with the Ringo Kid as his prisoner while the rest of his gang is gunned down. Taking the Kid to a secluded area not far away, he prepares to flip his coin to decide the Kid's fate when suddenly his former gang member appears and guns Flip down to repay the Kid for saving his life earlier. With the Mormon party departing on their way, the Ringo Kid suggests that the former outlaw join them to find a new life among law abiding people.

Appearing in "Six-Gun Express!"

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Synopsis for "Six-Gun Express!"

A stagecoach is wrecked as it passes through a mountain pass by a strange bearded man just as the Ringo Kid is passing by. The Kid chases after the insane man, but he manages to slip away. Checking the wreckage for survivors the Ringo Kid finds all aboard dead and finds a hat box labeled in the name of Amy Leech. Suddenly the sheriff arrives and initially accuses the Ringo Kid had caused the crash. But when he recognizes the Ringo Kid he realizes that the outlaw hero could not have been responsible, as he has been long time friend of Ringo's father Cory Rand. Coincidentally, Cory Rand arrives on the scene and the three men talk over what happened. The sheriff explains to them that it is the fourth attack on a stage in as many days and the one responsible hadn't stolen any of the possessions on board. With his reputation on the line, the sheriff asks Cory and thE Ringo Kid to assist him in catching the man responsible.

The Ringo Kid and Cory agree to help out and decide that there must be a record on the coaches. They go to the coach office and break in and search the records. They learn about a driver named Leech who worked for the coach company and how he was waiting for his new bride Amy to come meet him in town. However when the coach she was expected on had crashed Leech went mad and disappeared. Realizing that Leech is the one attacking the coaches in an insane attempt to avenge his wife's death. Ringo then ride out to town and seize the next coach heading to town. When Leech tries to toss a log on the coach. The Kid narrowly avoids being crushed by the log and chases after Leech.

Confronting Leech in his cave he explains to him that his wife Amy wasn't on the coach that crashed years earlier but on the one he destroyed the night earlier, and that he was responsible for killing his own wife. Unhinged further by this, Leech tries to attack the Ringo Kid, forcing the hero to gun Leech down.

Appearing in "Trail's End!"

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Synopsis for "Trail's End!"

Western tale.

Appearing in "Ringo Kid"

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Camping out on the range, the Ringo Kid is confronted by One-Eye Mapes and his gang of outlaws who has come seeking to recruit the Kid into his gang as the military is seeking on putting bounties on all their heads and they are planning a counter attack on fort before the list of their names arrives from Washington. The Ringo Kid refuses and when One-Eye tries to shoot him the Kid is saved by his father Cory Rand who happens to arrive in the nick of time, forcing Mapes and his minions to flee the scene.

Not wishing to see the soldiers at the fort being ambushed the pair decide to go and warn them of Mapes and his gang impending attack. However they arrive too late to the fort to warn the soldiers of their attack. Seeking to get into the base, the Ringo Kid and his father start a fire to cover their advance to the fort from One-Eye and his men. Getting their way into the fort, Ringo convinces the soldiers that they came to help fight off Mapes and his men. With the added firepower of the two outlaws, the Ringo Kid and Cory help the soldiers wipe out Mapes and his men. In thanks for their help, the commander of the fort strikes their names off the list of bounties.

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