IN FOUR EXCITING, ACTION-PACKED ADVENTURES, Buffalo Bill, Jr., his feisty kid sister, Calamity, and their adoptive jack-of-all-trades father, Judge "Fair 'N' Square" Wiley, bring justice to the town of Wileyville, Texas in the late 1880s. Produced by Louis Gray and Gene Autry's Flying A Productions, "Buffalo Bill, Jr." ran on NBC TV from 1955-56, loosely mixing historical characters with rip-roaring western exploits. Star Dick Jones did his own spectacular stunts, from good old-fashioned fist fights to trick riding, usually on the first take, lending an air of authenticity to the breathless action!
The Black Ghost: Calamity suspects something sinister after Bill rescues a beautiful young lady from the clutches of a notorious outlaw. She must prove that the damsel-in-distress is actually a Texas rose - with thorns!
Grave Of The Monsters: After a U.S. Indian Affairs Agent is murdered and a young brave is left for dead, Bill and Calamity help their Navajo friends protect sacred ground from evil oil prospectors.
Tough Tenderfoot: A newly arrived Scotsman runs afoul of his wicked American cousin who is bent on inheriting a family gold mine - even if it means murder!
The Death Of Johnny Ringo: A gunman posing as the notorious killer Johnny Ringo takes aim at a government courier and the fortune in bonds he's carrying. The U.S. Cavalry is now in trouble and Buffalo Bill, Jr. must ride to the rescue!
The tales of Buffalo Bill, Jr., have provided hours of screen time for fans of the western, and this collection provides four more adventures from the intrepid young soul. Originally broadcast on NBC in the mid-1950s, these shows have enchanted many subsequent generations of viewers with their thrilling depictions of characters from American history. In this second volume of adventures, Dick Jones, starring as Bill, brings a number of villainous characters to justice, while also making sure that the Old West is a safe place to live for all its beleaguered citizens.
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