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Appearing in "Gunfight at Rawhide Ridge!"

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Synopsis for "Gunfight at Rawhide Ridge!"

The Two-Gun Kid tries to stop an out of control stagecoach when he notices that there is no driver on board. Leaping onto the horse reins, he climbs onto the buckboard and pulls the break to stop the horses. Finding the passengers are locked inside, the Kid shoots the lock off and frees them. He learns that they are from the town of Rawhide Ridge and that they were driven out by an outlaw named Slash Norbull who took over the town when he forced himself into the position of both mayor and sheriff. When they tried to rebel they were all forced into the coach and sent on their deadly ride. Learning that the locals don't want to leave their home, the Kid agrees to ride them back to Rawhide Ridge.

When they arrive, Two-Gun is confronted by Slash Norbull who tells the Kid to turn the stage around with it's passengers and leave. The Kid refuses and a fight breaks out between the two men. Before the Kid can draw he is warned that Norbull could kill him in a gunfight. The Kid instead decides to play on Slash's ego, telling him that he heard Norbull's name across the border and came to see if he lives up to his reputation and then ask to join up with his gang. At the witness of the disappointed locals, Norbull accepts the Two-Gun Kid's offer to join his gang and the Kid is invited back into the saloon.

There, Slash tells the Kid that the land is very wealthy and he intends to take it over by forcing all the land owners off it and then buying the property up cheap, and that the people are powerless to stop him as he is the sheriff and that he can do as he pleases. This is enough for the Two-Gun Kid who abruptly gets up and tells Slash that the people will just have to elect a new sheriff and walks out. The Kid then meets with the locals and convinces them to have an election to find a new sheriff. When Slash tries to get his men to try and pressure the people into voting for him instead, the Kid is there to stop their intimidation tactics. Furious, Slash orders the Kid to face him man-to-man, and the Kid is more than happy to oblige. When the Kid jumps down from a rooftop, Slash tries to cheat by shooting the Kid in his right arm, making it useless in a draw. However the Kid lives up to his name by using his left arm to draw his other gun and use it to disarm Norbull. The Kid then knocks out Norbull and promises that he will prevent anyone from tampering with the vote and see to it the people get a US Marshal to defend them as well.

Appearing in "The Other Two-Gun Kid!"

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Synopsis for "The Other Two-Gun Kid!"

The owners of the Rock River Bank are shocked when they are apparently robbed by the Two-Gun Kid, who gets away with the robbery. While the locals are convinced that this is the real Two-Gun Kid, it turns out to be an impostor, who uses his similar appearance to disguise himself as the Kid and commit crimes for his own personal gain. As fate would have it, just as the man is changing out of his Two-Gun outfit, the real Two-Gun Kid happens by and the impostor manages to shoot the Kid in the back and take him back into town as a prisoner, and turns the unconscious hero over to the authorities for a reward.

The Kid comes to in the town jail being treated by the local doctor and learns what happened. When Two-Gun professes his innocence the sheriff tells him that he will have his chance to prove himself in court. The next day in court the Kid stands trial, and the man who captured him -- Will Hickey, now sporting a beard -- takes the witness stand and tells about how he was out of town when the robbery happened and captured the Two-Gun Kid, turning over the Kid to the sheriff. He recounts that when he did so he said to the sheriff "Here's yore robber!" the Kid finally figures out what happened. Standing up the Kid points out that Will must have been the man who really robbed the bank otherwise how would he have known that the Kid was wanted for robbery when he claimed to be outside of town at the time, then in a brazen move the Kid leaps out of the courtroom window and seemingly flees the scene.

The sheriff gathers a posse to go after the Kid and rides off, unaware that the Kid has been hiding out on the roof of the court house. Leaping back in he finds the only man left inside is Will Hickey, when Will draws a gun the Kid kicks it out of his hand and demands that Will confess. When he refuses, the Two-Gun Kid begins shooting the buttons off of Will's vest forcing him to confess. Overhearing this is the sheriff who stayed behind and takes Will into custody and the Kid is cleared of all charges.

Appearing in "Maverick!"

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Synopsis for "Maverick!"

Western tale.

Appearing in "The Day the Kid Was Helpless!"

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Synopsis for "The Day the Kid Was Helpless!"

The Two-Gun Kid is in a saloon in the heart of the badlands where he watches over a card game between a man named Perkins and the Yarger brothers. When Perkins begins to win, one of the Yargers gets angry and attempts to draw. Slim Yarger is calmed by his brother Hunk who convinces him that he is no match for the Two-Gun Kid. Perkins thanks the Kid for his help, but fate would have it he wheel lamp suspended over the bar breaks free, but before the Kid can leap out of the way it strikes his right arm. Although he is mostly all right he realizes that his arm is sprained. Overhearing this is Slim and Hunk decide to use this to their advantage.

They try to pick a fight with the Two-Gun Kid, but despite the fact that he has an injured arm, the Kid easily trounces Clem and when he goes after Hunk, Hunk tries to shoot the Kid. But Two-Gun manages to evade the bullet and it strikes Clem instead. Horrified that he shot his own brother he gives up the fight. When everyone is amazed at the Kid being able to hold his own. He also amazes them that he could have still won the fight with his guns, reminding them why he is called the Two-Gun Kid.

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