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!
Empire Pass Rival: Railroads clash over the rights to lay track in a mountain pass critical to Wileyville's future.
Pawnee Stampede: A crooked Indian Agent illegally grabs prime territory in a historic U.S. Government land rush.
Apache Raid: Cattlemen seize Bill's Apache friend, Red Wolf, and plan to hang him for murder.
Blazing Guns: A ruthless gang of thieves has an uncanny knack for knowing when people are traveling alone with large sums of money.