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A farmer who has been poor his entire life suddenly comes into a lot of money. He goes on a spending spree giving large parties, buying luxury items, and a ranch hand more than willing to help him spend it.
Adam Randall is hired on as a Shiloh hand despite his being a gunfighter. Despite his being a troublemaker, the Virginian, whose life he saved, and Clay, for unknown reasons, stand behind him.
A man signs on to work a cattle drive for the Shiloh ranch putting the other hands in danger. He is a fugitive Indian caught between the white world and his Kiowa roots. Things get heated when they come to a small, bigoted town.
Two young men and a girl take over the Shiloh ranch and hold the Graingers captive. They are setting up a trap for a close friend of Clay's, Judge Will McMasters.
On a train to Cheyenne, Clay, Elizabeth and Jim become involved in a fellow traveler's efforts to escape a vengeful family.
The Shiloh ranch is burned down after Clay joins with his fellow ranchers to oppose an Eastern combine trying for a land-grab. This leaves Clay with only has one chance for survival of the ranch, get a herd to Denver in record time.
When the wife of a prominent Medicine Bow business man arrives, smoldering jealousies quickly rise to the top.
The accent is on comedy as a proper Southern woman, aided by Trampas and old Luther, goes after robbers who took her dowry.
A bigoted gambler and his outlaw gang force Trampas and a black recluse into an alliance for survival.
The Shiloh people unwittingly stir up the past when they shelter the son and white widow of a Shoshone.
Jim is in North Dakota to purchase ponies when he tangles with a pair of sharp operators after his $4000 bank roll.
Trampas becomes involved in a bittersweet romance.
The Virginian becomes involved in a lawman's obsessive search for two surviving members of a gang.
A story of alienation between a veteran Army officer and his son, a deserter.
Trampas' vacation takes a nightmarish turn when he's jailed in a small town on a trumped-up murder charge.
The Virginian becomes attracted to Julie Oakes, an Eastern reporter whose mysteriously tragic past may doom their relationship.
The Graingers become stand-in parents for a boy running away from an orphanage.
Jim becomes farmhand, midwife and friend to a pregnant teen whose husband is on the lam from the law.
Clay's bid for territorial representative nets him a lesson in politics.