Legendary western hero Kit Carson and his dependable side-kick, El Toro, ride from one dangerous situation to the next, always fighting for truth and justice. Bill Williams, who had a long film and TV career in westerns, crime dramas and science fiction, plays the upright scout Carson with rugged believability. The role of Kit's girl-crazy Mexican pal is humorously handled by Don Diamond, who later played Cpl. Reyes in the "Zorro" series (1957-1959) and Crazy Cat in "F Troop" (1965) before lending his voice to a series of animated cartoon characters. "The Adventures of Kit Carson" is an early rough-riding treasure from the golden age of TV westerns that brought iconic shows like "The Lone Ranger," "The Cisco Kid," "Roy Rogers" and "Wild Bill Hickok" to small screens across America.
FEUD IN SAN FILIPE: When his uncle dies, leaving a fortune in jewels, El Toro's family is split into two warring factions.
THE DEVIL OF ANGEL'S CAMP: In the midst of a drought, the one man big-hearted enough to fetch water for the town is murdered. Kit and El Toro work to find the killer.
MURANGO STORY: When a young boy's prospector father is killed, two tough cowboys take custody of the lad and his inheritance - a map to a gold mine.
GOLDEN TRAP: The owner of a new frontier supply shop overcharges for prospecting gear and his henchmen stage fake discoveries to feed the gold fever. When the marshal is murdered, Kit cannot ignore their thievery.
This is the fourth collection of episodes from the popular 1950s TV western. Bill Williams stars as Kit Carson, who roams the Wild West dispensing justice and foiling bad guys with his partner El Toro (Don Diamond). Four classic episodes are included here: "Feud in San Felipe," "The Devil of Angel's Camp," "Murango Story," and "Golden Trap."
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