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Appearing in "Double Ambush!"

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Synopsis for "Double Ambush!"

While out on a ride, the Ringo Kid unknowingly crosses trails with Whip Kirby and ends up getting pinned in an abandoned cabin by the law men hunting Kirby. When the law men refuse to listen and charge the cabin, the Ringo Kid uses the chimney to climb out and escape, but he vows to capture Whip Kirby himself, telling them that the proof will be at a nearby well.

The Ringo Kid rides off and finds where he crossed trails with Whip Kirby and follows after it. Unaware that he is being watched by Kirby and his accomplice, he is ambushed but manages to run to cover. Taking his collection of shot guns out of his saddle bag and then rigs the triggers together with string. He then tells his horse Arab to pull on the strings and give him cover fire. While his horse is doing this, the Ringo Kid manages to sneak around and get the drop on Whip and his accomplice and round them up. When the lawmen go to the well the following day they find Whi, his man, and all the stolen loot waiting for them.

Appearing in "Gold Star"

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Appearing in "The Lion of Tombstone!"

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Synopsis for "The Lion of Tombstone!"

A cowboy named Curly Bill decides to ignore the law in Tombstone disallowing people from carrying guns and tries to take a shot as Marshal Wyatt Earp. However, Earp is faster at the draw and shoots the guns out of Bill's hands and takes him to the local court house to pay the fine for breaking the law.

However, Curly Bill is sore and vows to get revenge, he then gets a posse and more guns and confronts Earp at the local saloon. Although a superior gunman, Wyatt Earp shoots only to disarm and once disarming them of their guns, Earp beats them into submission and has them sent to the local jail.

Appearing in "The Diamond Smugglers!"

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Annie Oakley story.

Appearing in "The Sheriff's Star"

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Western tale.

Appearing in "The Range Riders!"

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Synopsis for "The Range Riders!"

Kid Colt happens upon Duke Groban and his gang who have just succeeded in stealing a herd of cattle, and knock the outlaw hero out before he can try to stop them. He is revived by a young man who happens by and fills him in on how Groban and his gang of outlaws go to local ranches and pressure the ranchers to hand over 25% of their herd to the outlaws.

After Gorban and his men take their cut from the Milford ranch, Kid Colt meets with the local ranchers to rally them against Duke and his men. They are hesitant because of their guns, but the ranchers are convinced by Kid Colt to go after them when a coming storm could trap them in the valley. Sure enough as Duke and his men are moving the cattle, the rain from the storm makes the valley into a huge mire that they cannot travel through. They are then ambushed by Kid Colt and the ranchers who easily disarm them and then beat them into submission. The ranchers then recover their stolen stock and thank Kid Colt for his help.

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