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Appearing in "Border Raiders!"

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Synopsis for "Border Raiders!"

On the way to see his old friend, Pedro Mendez, from his days with the Texas Rangers, the Two-Gun Kid arrives to find the town under attack by Bull Walker and his gang of border raiders. He helps chase them off and when he asks about his friend Pedro, he learns that during the last attack, Pedro was seriously injured by a blow to the head and spent many hours under the sun as Bull and his men terrorized the town. When the gang left, Pedro was found to be still alive but driven insane and with a lust for revenge against Bull forcing the locals to confine him. Just as they finish telling the Kid about Pedro's condition the sheriff is informed that Pedro has broken free and ran off into the hills. Before the sheriff can gather a posse, the Two-Gun Kid asks to go looking for Pedro alone.

While searching for his friend, the Two-Gun Kid is ambushed by Pedro, but manages to duck his shots, but this gives Pedro time to escape despite the Kid's calls to stop before he gets hurt. Before the Kid can continue after him, he is caught in a lasso tossed by Bull Walker and his men who toss him into a pit with a rattle snake. However before the snake can strike, Pedro returns and is able to shoot it dead as well as shoot the ropes off of Two-Gun's hands. As the Kid climbs out of the pit, Pedro shoots it out with the gang, but is struck in the head by a bullet. However the outlaws are so focused on Pedro, the Two-Gun Kid manages to subdue them all with his bare hands. In the aftermath of the battle, the Kid finds that Pedro is okay, and that the shot that grazed his skull restored his sanity.

Appearing in "Two-Gun Kid"

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Synopsis for "Two-Gun Kid"

Riding into a small town, the Two-Gun Kid walks into the local general store only to be hit over the head and knocked out. He has inadvertently walked in on a confrontation with the big rancher named Bartell and the Sheriff Moss. Bartell and his men have come to relinquish Moss's position so they can take control of the town and force out all the rival ranchers. With nobody able to stand up against Bartell, he takes the sheriff star belonging to Moss and he and his men leave the store. When the locals tend to the Kid, they fill him in on what is going on and he tells them that they should stand up and fight back, despite the fact that they are merely farmers and ranchers.

The Kid convinces them to form a posse finally when Bartell and his men begin terrorizing local ranches. The posse arrives as they are attacking another ranch, forcing Bartell and his men back into town. Two-Gun and Moss go after them and split up once in town. There, the outlaws get the drop on Moss, but the Two-Gun Kid manages to launch a surprise attack on them, easily rounding them up. With Bartell and his men defeated, the Kid gives Moss back his sheriff star.

Appearing in "Two-Gun Kid"

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Synopsis for "Two-Gun Kid"

The Two-Gun Kid and his pals Shorty and Utah have just finished a cattle drive to a shipping town where the cattle are destined to go to be shipped to South America. At the docks, one of the bulls gets loose and the Kid easily subdues it. Seeing this, the captain of the ship wants to make use of Two-Gun Kid's skill and begins plotting with his men. Meanwhile, the Kid is eager to get back on the trail again, but is convinced by Shorty and Utah to spend the night in town to party.

After the trio of men step out of a saloon later that night they are ambushed by a gang of sailors who knock them out. When they come to, they find themselves tied up aboard the ship with their guns removed. The Kid manages to free them all and when some of the sailors come down to check on them, the three cowboys jump them and easily trounce their would be captors. Going to the deck of the ship, Two-Gun and his friends fight the captain and the rest of his crew into submission forcing them to return their weapons and giving them a life boat to return to shore. Along the way back, Shorty and Utah are worried when the Kid suddenly pitches over, but reveals that he wasn't hurt in the fight but is only suffering from sea sickness.

Appearing in "Afraid of No Man!"

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Synopsis for "Afraid of No Man!"

Western tale.

Appearing in "The Powder Range!"

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The Two-Gun Kid is riding past a ranch on the verge of dying due to a drought, when someone on the property starts shooting at him. The Kid jumps the person and is shocked to see that it is a woman. Disarming her, she tells him that she thought he was one of Trigger Mulloy's men. After she introduces him to her fiancée Howard Destry and ranch hand Andy West, she explains that Trigger Mulloy owns the ranch next to theirs and has dammed off the creek that provides her ranch with water in an attempt to force her to sell.. While Howard suggests that she sells, Andy is ever faithful to Madge, who refuses sell. The Kid tells her that he recalls an old prospector in the area who knows that there are a number of underground wells that could help revitalize her ranch and offers to bring him to her. As he rides off, the Kid wonders what Madge sees in Howard Destry when Andy West is so clearly devoted to her.

Later, Howard Destry meets with Trigger Mulloy and his men to tell them of the Two-Gun Kid's plan to get water to Madge's ranch. As it turns out, Howard hates living in the west and hopes to force Madge to sell her ranch so they can move back east after they are married. When Trigger orders his men to kill Two-Gun and the prospector, Howard protests, not wishing to kill anybody, but is forced to comply and go along out of fear of Trigger telling Madge his involvement in everything.

Soon, the Two-Gun Kid and Alkali Wills are heading back toward Madge's ranch when suddenly a rabbit darts across their path. Suspecting that something must have spooked it and deducing that someone has laid a trap, the Kid sends Wills ahead and sneaks around through the bushes. There he catches Trigger's men, while the Kid roughs up some of Trigger's men, Howard flees hoping he was not recognized in the dark and reports back to Trigger, who comes up with a plot to deal with Madge's farm once and for all. The next morning, as Alkali locates a spot where there is water, Howard suddenly rides up and tells them all that Trigger Mulloy is attacking the ranch. The Kid doesn't believe him, pointing out that he recognizes his tracks from the night before and reveals that he is in league with Trigger. He forces Howard to tell the truth, and learns that Trigger plans on blowing them up with explosives.

The Kid leaves Howard in the hands of Andy West and ambushes Trigger before he can set his explosives, however they are knocked off the cliff during the fight. As the Kid defeats Trigger in a fist fight, the explosives hit the ground and go off ironically releasing the water that Trigger was trying to stop from being found. In the aftermath of the battle, Madge realizes how much Andy cares about her and the Kid figures they have a bright future together.

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