In four action-packed episodes of the popular wild-west adventure series, thrilling sagas of legendary sharpshooter Annie Oakley (Gail Davis) unfold in the dusty town of Diablo. Chasing outlaws from the saddle of her trusty horse, Target, Annie keeps law and order with Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig (Brad Johnson) at her side. Helping them is Annie's younger brother Tagg, always eager to solve the town's exciting mysteries of suspense. A fictional account of the life of the famous star of Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show, these episodes amazed audiences with Annie's fast and fancy shooting and breathtaking horse riding stunts.
Annie Meets Some Tenderfeet: Annie and Lofty foil the stagecoach holdup of a banker, but the bandits quickly devise another plan to rob him. Annie suspects their thuggery when a dead body suddenly shows up in an abandoned gold mine.
Sharp Shooting Annie: Annie's traveling show raises thousands of dollars for charity, but a mysterious caped man steals the money during a roadside heist. Annie's amazing skills help her decipher a baffling clue to expose him.
The Tomboy: Traveling by stagecoach on her way into town, Lofty's tomboy niece is robbed at gunpoint by masked bandits. Days later while playing with Tagg she recognizes the outlaws, putting both youths in grave danger.
Sure Shot Annie: A pretty newcomer with larceny on her mind charms Lofty before she and an accomplice rob the local bank. The cunning pair's getaway is abruptly thwarted when Annie finds some carelessly discarded evidence.
Gail Davis stars as Annie Oakley in this fourth volume of episodes from the popular 1950s TV show set in the ominously named town of Diablo. Annie's adventures find her thwarting criminals as she gallops around on her faithful horse, often with Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig (Brad Johnson), at her side. The four episodes included here offer fictionalized tales of the Old West, with Davis playing a character based on the real Annie Oakley, a sharpshooter in the late-1800s who was the inspiration for the noted musical ANNIE GET YOUR GUN.
Film Collectors & Archivists: Alpha Video is actively looking for rare and
unusual pre-1943 motion pictures, in good condition, from Monogram, PRC,
Tiffany, Chesterfield, and other independent studios for release on DVD. We
are also interested in TV shows from the early 1950s. Share your passion
for films with a large audience.
Let us know what you have.