Lackland may be forced to leave Amura. Commissioner Crippen puts out a notice that all visitors must maintain a bank balance of at least 150 pounds and Lackland's bank account is nearly empty.
Lackland becomes suspicious after he agrees to take two strangers to a nearby island in search of tribal masks.
Lackland becomes involved with a poker playing stranger.
A trader hires Lackland to locate his son whom he suspects has become involved with a band of pirates who are hijacking the trader's ships.
Lackland and a newspaperman arrive on an island in search of a missing aviatrix.
Lackland and a pretty school teacher become involved in the search for three escaped convicts who've gotten infected with a deadly disease.
A newly arrived sea captain is a strange bird. He's immensely proud of his beard and also violently jealous of anyone else who tries to grow one.
A newly arrived career gal decides to convert the carefree town of Amura into a business center but Lackland is opposed to her idea.
Lackland becomes involved in the difficult marriage of a struggling artist and his frustrated wife.
A smooth talker arrives on Amura and moves in with Lackland while searching for an easy mark.
Lackland suspects that a woman knows the whereabouts of her fugitive jewel thief fiancee.
A plantation owner hires Lackland to take him to the scene where one of his workers was wounded.
Lackland is hired by Seaforth to find two of his missing houseboys who disappeared after their father's death.
A sea captain sees a black pearl belonging to a native youth and decides he wants a few of the pearls for himself.
Opium suddenly appears on Amura and the Chinese community is suspected of being the source.
A young native boy is branded a deserter in the community after he survives a sea disaster in which his father and brother were killed.
A new arrival to Amura tosses a package into the ocean right before he and his daughter disembark. Customs officials suspect that the man might be a jewel thief.
After oil is discovered on Amura, two schemers try to cheat natives out of their land.
Huckabee, hired by a Polynesian princess to take her to her native island, is warned by Lackland that her tribe dislikes white men vehemently.
A woman arrives in Amura to get her estranged husband to sign the couple's divorce papers--and finds him in the arms of another woman.
A man and a woman arrive in Amura searching for a native who can decipher hieroglyphics so that they can uncover a possible hidden treasure.
A native boy, forbidden to marry until he finds himself a job, goes to work for a miserly fishing fleet owner.
A World War II vet is found dead with a knife in his back on his wedding night.
Lacklund tries to help a sick man raise passage money back to the United States for medical care by finding a purchaser for an odd mask that the man owns.
Two grifters arrive on Amura with their prized fighting cock.
A plantation owner shoots a young native. Lackland rushes the boy to a hospital but the doctor there cannot operate because he lost a hand during World War II.
A Latin American police official arrives on Amura searching for a fugitive from his country and offers a bountiful reward for his capture.
The brother of a native chief is badly in need of an appendectomy but using a knife to cut a person's flesh is against tribal law.
A sailor from an Iron Curtain nation jumps ship in Amura as seeks political asylum there.
A swimmer reaches shore and collapses in front of Lackland. It appears as though the man was being used for target practice.
A wealthy invalid arrives in Amura to reconcile with his estranged son.
A Spanish gent hires Lackland to help him find his missing daughter whom he claims is the victim of a kidnapping.
A pretty young damsel arrives in Amura expecting to be met by her father but the man is nowhere to be found. Lackland and Seaforth decide to lend a helping hand to the lass.
Huckabee's boasts about his wealth in a bar lead to trouble when they are overheard by a sinister stranger.
A man and a woman hire Lackland to help them search for a missing artist but they have differing motives as to why they want to find the man.
A man decides to leave Amura and he asks Huckabee to look after his lovely daughter.
Two men are illegally selling dynamite to the natives. The authorities ask Lackland to help locate the two rotters.
A missionary is suspicious of the young amnesia victim who has fallen for his daughter.