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Appearing in "Vengeance Trail"

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Synopsis for "Vengeance Trail"

Coming across a wanted poster offering a $5000 reward for his capture dead or alive, Ringo Kid just barely avoids getting his head blown off by a young boy with a rifle. Realizing he has missed his shot, the young lad is frightened by the Ringo Kid, but soon realizes that the famous outlaw is not as bad as the wanted posters make him out to be. Asking the young boy why he was after the reward on his head, the Ringo Kid learns that the lad -- named Tommy Roark -- comes from a poor family and his mother is deathly ill and they need the money for medicine. The Ringo Kid rides the boy home and they are shocked to find the Roark ranch on fire. The Ringo Kid rushes in and rescues Tommy's father and mother. After treating their wounds, the Ringo Kid learns that the fire was lit by a man named Baxter. The elder Roark explains to the Ringo Kid that Baxter loaned him money and mortgaged his property after his cattle was rustled and then after he purchased new cattle this herd was stolen as well. When Baxter came to collect his money, Roark refused to leave his home and that was when Baxter, finding the land more valuable than the house built on it, set the home ablaze.

The Ringo Kid then decides to pay Baxter a visit and rides away unaware that his quarry and his gang have been secretly watching. Baxter tells his men that they are going to handle Roark and his family first then the Ringo Kid and collect the reward on his head. However the Ringo Kid is tipped off by his friend Dull Knife who happened upon Baxter and his men and heard the entire plot. The Ringo Kid then comes up with a plan and rides into town to talk to the local cattle buyer. There he learns that Baxter recently sold some cattle that resemble the ones that were stolen from Roark. The Ringo Kid then rides into town and confronts Baxter and his men in the local saloon and allows himself to be captured. He is quickly brought to trial and locked up with Baxter collecting the $5000 reward on the Kid's head.

However, the Ringo Kid is not locked up for long as Dull Knife arrives outside his cell and cuts through the bars and helps the Kid escape. They then return to the saloon to confront Baxter and his men again. The Ringo Kid and Dull Knife easily disarm Baxter and his men and steal the reward money just as the sheriff arrives with evidence given to him by Dull Knife proving that Baxter stole, rebranded and sold cattle stole from Pete Roark. The Ringo Kid then returns to the Roark ranch and turns over the stolen reward money, telling the family they earned it before parting company.

Appearing in "Capture or Death!"

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With the law on his heels after being framed for a coach robbery he did not commit, the Ringo Kid rides to the edge of a cliff. With no escape, the Kid decides death over capture and climbs off his horse Arab and jumps off the cliff. When the law arrives they try to nab the Kid's fabled horse, but the loyal Arab jumps off the cliff after his master. The Kid survived the fall thanks to a river down below but he is seriously injured and pulled down river where he is rescued a man named Link who is out fishing with his son Kip who bring the unconscious outlaw back to their home to be nursed back to health. Arab, who also survived the fall picks up his masters scent and follows.

The Ringo Kid is then nursed back to health by Link, Kip and Link's wife Maud. Recovering from his injuries, the Ringo Kid learns from Kip that his older brother is a Pony Express rider who was injured in a robbery along Hidalgo Pass, the very crime that the Ringo Kid has been accused of. The Kid then reveals his identity to Link and explains how he was framed, knowing the Kid's reputation Link believes it and they are all surprised when Arab suddenly arrives at the house having tracked his master.

The Kid goes into town to find out who was responsible for framing him, unaware that Link is following after him to lend him a hand. Roughing up a stoolie named Wink, the Ringo Kid learns that and outlaw named Chuck Hanna and his gang have been throwing a lot of money around in the Red Blaze Gambling Hall and suspects that they were the ones responsible. The Ringo Kid roughs up Hanna's gang and they confess to framing him. Suddenly, Hanna appears on the upper balcony of the gambling hall with a rifle trained on the Ringo Kid, but the outlaw hero is saved by the timely arrival of Link who shoots Chuck dead. With the law coming, Link helps the Ringo Kid slip away and tells the sheriff and his posse who was really responsible for the attack on the Pony Express and learns that his son is expected to recover from his injuries.

Appearing in "The Return"

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Synopsis for "The Return"

The local sheriff worries about the return of a jailed bandit, but the man has reformed and helps do the same with his old gang.

Appearing in "The Chase!"

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Appearing in "Ringo Kid"

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The Ringo Kid is going to the grave of his mother Dawn Star to meet with his father and stops an outlaw named Jack Hines, who is a known to work with Blast Banyon, from assassinating Cory Rand. With Hines incapacitated, Cory tells his son that Blast Banyon is likely seeking to eliminate them both in order to claim the land that is still under his name. The pair then tie Jack to his horse and send him back to his boss. The pair split up, agreeing to meet at Caribou Point the next day.

Meanwhile, Hines arrives back at Blast Banyon's hideout and this makes Banyon more determined than ever to claim the Rand owned land. However he decides to change his tactics. Hiring a renegade Native American tracker, they track Cory Rand to Caribou Point and capture him before the Ringo Kid arrives. When Ringo arrives and finds traces of a struggle, Banyon's men confront him and tell him that unless he has legal papers drawn up to give Banyon ownership of his family land, Ringo's father will be killed. Ringo rides into town and meets with the family lawyer and the pair come up with a plan to foil Banyon's plot.

The Ringo Kid soon meets at Banyon's hideout with what appears to be the legal paperwork, but refuses to hand it over until his father is let free. When Cory is let loose, the Kid turns over the documents and the pair leave, only ambush Banyon and his men from behind and hold them at gun point until the lawyer can get a posse to arrive. With the law on their heels, Cory and Ringo flee and Cory is surprised when he realized that Ringo tricked Banyon into thinking he obtained the legal documents to claim the Rand family property, but what he got instead was a bunch of land survey maps and a copy of the Bill of Rights.

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