Crown reluctantly lets a hot-tempered and unpredictable cowboy nicknamed "the Screamer" join his posse in pursuit of outlaw Ace Coffin and his gang.
Right before he's scheduled to hang, outlaw Jud Starr's gang busts him out of jail. Crown vows to track Starr down and trails him to a place known as the Cherokee Outlet.
The son of a wealthy cattle baron goes on a drunken spree in Cimarron City when he shoots a preacher and burns down a livery stable but when the preacher recovers from his wound he refuses to press charges against the young man.
The government sends Marshal Jim Crown into the region of the Oklahoma territory known as the Cimarron Strip in order to quell a growing dispute between settlers and cattlemen.
When two brothers, wanted for a killing, turn themselves into Marshal Crown, they become the targets of bounty hunters because of the $15,000 price on their heads.
A Wild West show hits Cimarron City and their main attraction features a re-enactment of the Battle of Bloody Stones. This re-enactment and the way they are portrayed angers the Native Americans in the area.
A young outlaw escapes from Crown's custody and takes Dulcey hostage.
A soon to be retired cavalry sergeant finds himself an anachronism in the rapidly changing West.
Crown tries to keep a killer's outlaw family from rescuing him before he goes to trial.
Acting Deputy Marshal McGregor trails a fugitive gunman to Texas where he ends up sentenced to hang for murder. His only hope of escape lies with a female prisoner.
After a wagon train is destroyed, Crown enters a valley that's reputedly haunted by a malevolent beast.
Two thieves trick a slow-witted cowboy named Mobeetie into trying to kill Marshal Crown while he's hauling a wagon load of dynamite out of town.
A band of hunters, no longer able to find enough wild game to earn a living, begin taking out their frustrations on cattlemen and homesteaders alike.
Bo Woodward plots revenge on the members of his former gang who left him for dead after a payroll robbery. His plan begins when he convinces Marshal Crown, who's unaware of Woodward's past, to give him a job as a deputy.
Crown appoints an unemployed cowboy as deputy marshal of a nearby town. The new deputy is then put to the test by some of his former cronies.
When thieves rob the Cimarron City bank of an Army payroll in the amount of $56,000, a horse trader gets in the way of their escape.
Marshal Crown is nursed back to health by a young orphan girl after being wounded by an outlaw gang.
After two women are brutally stabbed to death, Marshal Crown is faced with the very real possibility that notorious British serial killer Jack the Ripper is now plying his trade in Cimarron City.
Two Army sergeants clash which leads to a court-martial for one of them.
On the trail of an outlaw, Marshal Crown is ambushed and has his badge taken from him. He's later mistaken for the outlaw and has to fight off a bounty hunter and a lynch mob.
A wily ex-con, out to free a trainload of his old prison buddies, tricks Marshal Crown into stopping the train in a ghost town.
Crown and an Army major set out to apprehend the major's son who deserted his Army unit and joined an outlaw gang.
A wealthy cattleman commits a murder and the testimony of fearful sodbusters is needed to convict him.