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Appearing in "Two-Gun Kid"

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Synopsis for "Two-Gun Kid"

The Two-Gun Kid has ridden into Mexico to pay a visit to his old friend Don Estaban Rodriquez and bring gifts to his family. Finding no answer at the door, the Kid invites himself inside and finds Don mortally wounded, Don informs the Kid that his entire family was murdered by the bandits of the outlaw Verduga and that they are still outside. As Don dies, the Two-Gun Kid rushes out of the house with guns blazing, fighting his way through the men and escapes on his horse Cyclone. With the surviving members of the bandit gang, the Two-Gun Kid races across the border and finds a man waiting there. He warns the man of the approaching bandits and the two ride to safety together.

Thankful for the help, the man introduces himself as Able Stack and offers the Kid a job defending his shipments across the border and explains that the bandits have been robbing them. The Kid accepts and he is introduced to Diego who rides the wagon and Kansas who will be riding protection along with them. The Kid finds that Kansas does not like him but Diego is a nice enough man who has a wife who is expecting a child.

After reaching a certain point on their travels, Kansas orders them to stop and camp out for the night even though it is far too early to do so and they can still make more distance. This leads to a scuffle between Kansas and Diego and Two-Gun tries to get in the middle. The struggle causes the wagon to get knocked over revealing that there are guns and explosives hidden under what appears to be metal ore.

Suddenly, Verduga and his men surround them and it becomes apparent to the Two-Gun Kid that Able Stack had hired them for gun running. The Kid is tied up and is about to be executed while Verduga's men reload Diego's wagon. The Kid tells Diego to make a break for it and hops onto the wagon as it makes a quit get away. Verduga and his men begin firing and a bullet strikes Diego. The Kid tosses back some TNT that blows up the entire gang. Dying Diego tells the Two-Gun Kid to go to his wife and tell her what happened.

The Kid blows up the cache of weapons and then rides back across the border where he confronts Able and Kansas and mows them down to avenge Diego's death. The Kid then goes to the town where Diego's wife lives bearing the gifts he intended for the Rodriquez family.

Appearing in "Two-Gun Kid"

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Synopsis for "Two-Gun Kid"

During a raging storm the Two-Gun Kid sets up camp for the night, the Two-Gun rushes for cover when a herd of stampeding cattle runs through his camp, trampling all of his gear. While going through the wreckage he finds that his saddle has been trampled beyond repair. He is suddenly confronted by a rancher named Jim Dodge and his men who accuse the Two-Gun Kid of being one of Cass Badger's hired men. When they draw on him the Two-Gun Kid is a faster draw and easily disarms Jim and demands payment for his wrecked gear. Jim gives him the saddle off his own horse and after the Kid is chastised for his shooting first and asking questions later from Jim's daughter Mary he rides on his way.

Soon the Two-Gun Kid arrives in the town of Sundown not far away and is annoyed that there was an inn not very far away. When he pulls in some men recognize the saddle as one owned by Jim Dodge and ask the Kid where he got it. The Kid tells them to mind their own business they insist and draw guns, but the Two-Gun Kid mows them down. The sheriff arrives on the scene and tells the Kid that these men belong to Cass Badger and explains how both men claim to own the same range and that Dodge has the deed to the land but has kept it hidden.

Taking the saddle, Two-Gun Kid goes to his room in the saloon and is surprised to find Cass Badger in his room. Badger offers the Two-Gun Kid a job, but the Kid refuses and stops Badger before he can shoot him with a gun under hidden up his sleeve. The Kid beats Badger senseless and then spots Mary trying to sneak out with the saddle and stops her. Going after her he runs into Jim who reveals that he hid the deed to his land in the saddle that he gave to the Two-Gun Kid. Going outside the Two-Gun Kid finds Badger and his men waiting and guns them all down and then parts company with Jim and his daughter.

Appearing in "Kid Colt Outlaw"

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Synopsis for "Kid Colt Outlaw"

When an old friend Marshall dies, Kid Colt comes to aid his surviving daughter and son, Marsha and Randy Marshal. who are being harassed by a man named Colby who wants to buy their land. Kid Colt sends Colby on his way and then bids them farewell, but decides to stick around the area in case Colby decides to return to cause the kids trouble.

Camping out for the night, Kid Colt is awoken by his horse Steel and goes looking around for whoever happens to be nearby. The local sheriff gets the drop on him, as Colby tipped him off that Kid Colt was in the area. Kid Colt is taken prisoner but as he is being brought to the town jail, Randy Marshal intervenes and orders the sheriff at gun point to let the Kid go. When Kid Colt is freed, Colby panics and flee.

Kid Colt chases after Colby but arrives too late to stop him and founds him dead from a snake bite to the neck by a rattler. The next morning Kid Colt returns to the Marshal ranch and tells the kids that they won't be bothered by the likes of Colby anymore.

Appearing in "Killer's Moon!"

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Synopsis for "Killer's Moon!"

In Aspen County a nester woman is frightened when she spots an Ute Native American at her window. Rushing outside with a gun she watches helplessly as the Ute warriors run off with her cattle. The warning then goes out to others that the Ute have left their reservation painted for war.

That night the Two-Gun Kid camps out for the night he is suddenly attacked by the Ute warriors and confronted by their leader Totonka orders his men to bind the Kid and eliminate him in revenge for being treated poorly by white men in the past. The Two-Gun Kid calls Totonka a coward for not facing him one to one and Totonka accepts the challenge. The two battle by knife, but the Two-Gun Kid easily wins but spares Totonka's life. He then asks the Ute leader about the white men who betrayed the Utes and learns that the Indian Agent in charge of their reservation promised them cattle to feed themselves but have been given little as he reaps profit from the beef given to him by the government.


The Kid promises to solve the problem and goes to the Indian Agent office and watches as the agent, Link Farnum in the company of known outlaws. He secretly follows after them and watches as they make an illegal sale of cattle meant for the Ute. Before the Kid can do anything a rattle snake spooks his horse Cyclone and he is discovered. Before they can shoot the Kid, he rolls over the side of a cliff only being grazed across the brow with a bullet, knocking him out until down. When he comes around, the Kid wakes up and gets the Ute and leads them on an attack on Farnum's cattle run.

When the locals get involved the Two-Gun Kid stops the battle and tells them how Farnum was selling the cattle and leaving the Ute to starve. Farnum pulls his gun on the Two-Gun Kid, but the Kid shoots him down and reveals the money Farnum was paid for the illegal sale of the cattle.

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