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This 4-DVD box set features episodes from the Western TV classics Sky King, Wagon Train, Fury and The Adventures of Kit Carson.
Kit Carson - Volume One
Claim Jumpers: A crooked assayer hires claim jumpers to shoot an old gold prospector in an effort to drive him from his "million dollar" vein.
Outlaw Paradise: An outlaw disguised as Kit murders a judge who once sent him to prison, and the real Kit Carson is wrongly accused of the killing.
Fury at Red Gulch: A newspaper editor's anti-gambling crusade turns deadly when a sheriff is murdered and the editor is framed for the crime.
Danger Hill: A gold strike in the local schoolyard leads to a violent standoff between a young schoolmarm and a gang of greedy townsfolk.
Fury - Volume One
Episode 1: In this rare pilot episode, "Fury of Broken Wheel Ranch," we meet the orphan Joey (Bobby Diamond) who is taken in by widower, Jim Newton (Peter Graves). Jim owns a wild stallion called Fury that none of his ranch hands can tame - except young Joey! When the stallion is injured by one of the ranchers, Joey runs away to help the wounded steed. Jim and his friend Helen (Ann Robinson, of George Pal's "War of the Worlds") find them in the nick of time, saving Fury's life. Jim adopts Joey as his son, and so begins a lifetime of adventure for Fury at the Broken Wheel Ranch!
Episode 2: A stranger arrives claiming to be Joey's real father, threatening to separate the boy from Fury. Jim must act quickly to stop the imposter.
Episode 3: After a rabid dog bites Joey in the schoolyard, Jim and Fury must race against time to get him treatment.
Episode 4: When Fury is smitten by a white mare, young Joey's jealousy gets the better of him, and he lets the horses escape into the wild! With Helen's help, Joey brings them back!
Sky King - Volume One
Sky Robbers: There's more at stake than winning a trophy when Sky and Penny enter a race at the local air show, and discover that a rival contestant and his gang have stolen the box office receipts!
A Dog Named Barney: The town's much-loved newsboy, Johnny, is blind and is given a seeing-eye dog by the community. When Johnny and Barney stumble into a robbery, the dog takes off after the bandit, and Sky must track the heroic German shepherd, hoping it will lead him to the perpetrator!
Bullet Bait: Sky and Penny host a wedding at the Flying Crown Ranch for their friend Joe. But when the groom doesn't show, and his car is discovered at the scene of a crime, Sky must set a trap to catch the real culprits and clear Joe's name!
Wild Man: A mysterious mountain hermit is suspected of stealing the logging company's payroll. Penny befriends the giant "wild man," and with her Uncle Sky's help, sets out to prove the hermit's innocence before an angry lynch mob finds him!
Episode 1 - Alias Bill Hawks:Assistant wagon master Bill Hawks makes an excursion to a desert town in search of an old friend. Upon arrival, he finds the man's property under the control of the townspeople, who are using the land to drill for precious water. Greeted with hostility, and given no decent explanation for the whereabouts of his Native American friend, Hawks begins to suspect some sort of conspiracy.
Episode 2 - The Doctor Denker Story:The wagon train encounters a terrified boy who has just witnessed the murder of his father by a group of marauders. Young Billy is taken in by Bill Hawks and Flint, who endeavor to help him recover from his trauma. Bitter Civil War veteran Ed Beaufort attempts to help the boy by preaching the power of vengeance. After welcoming traveling musicologist Dr. Denker to the group, it seems Billy may have found an outlet for his grief in the joy of music; but when his true connection to Dr. Denker comes to light, Beaufort's belief in revenge may win out.
Episode 3 - The Malachai Hobart Story:Duke has a chance meeting with Malachai Hobart, a man of God who preaches kindness and brotherly love. Parting ways with a glowing opinion of the charitable preacher, Duke soon learns that he is actually a con man using religious faith as a way to bilk believers out of money.