Jim's Native American friend gets killed and when our hero goes to inform the man's father, he discovers the old man shot to death as well.
Jim Bowie gets outfoxed in a real estate deal by a crafty Scotsman.
Bowie purchases the bond of an Irish indentured servant but the fellow tricks everyone into believing that he's the master and our hero is the servant.
Bowie recruits a pickpocket and a horse thief to help him break up a counterfeiting ring.
Bowie wants to purchase a lead mine but the owner is a pacifist who won't sell to anyone who wants to use the mine ore to make ammunition.
Bowie risks his life to retrieve a stolen shipment of smallpox vaccine.
Bowie tries to help victims of a real estate scam retrieve their land.
Bowie gets shot and must recover at the mansion of a wealthy family but one of the family members doesn't want him to pursue the person who shot him.
Bowie gets word of a scheme to misuse prison labor but gets trapped in a warehouse by baddies on his way to report the scheme.
Bowie and a Native American friend make up a wild story to get rid of a nosy reporter but it ends up backfiring on them.
Bowie is suspicious when an elderly friend dies on his wedding night.
Bowie discovers a scheme by landowners to enrich themselves by getting the state capital to move there.
To elude a gang of ruffians, Bowie poses as the prospective bridegroom for the daughter of a wealthy French family.
The clue to a murder plot is hidden in a little girl's alligator doll.
A seemingly innocent country gal dupes Bowie in order to get a relative out of jail.
It's Bowie and Jean Lafitte to the rescue when the American ambassador to Mexico gets kidnapped.
Bowie lends a hand to a father who just lost his daughter in a poker game.
Bowie goes up against a nasty robber.
An assassin makes a mistake when he kills the wrong man. Now he's after his correct target--Jim Bowie.
A series of crimes have been committed by a culprit who's masquerading as Jim Bowie.
Jim and Rezin Bowie learn of a plan to rob a New Orleans bank and try to prevent it from coming to fruition.
Bowie steps in when hoods disrupt a concert by a well-known composer.
Bowie learns that outlaw want to kill him but his pal Deaf Smith refuses to give him any aid.
Running for office, Bowie falls for the daughter of his political opponent.
Bowie discovers information about the location of a lost silver mine.
Bowie comes to the aid of Johnny Appleseed, whom outlaws think is carrying a cache of gold.
Bowie tries to get even with some hillbillies who swindled him.
In order to cross the border from Louisiana into Tejas, Bowie poses as the valet of an Englishman.
Bowie wonders if his old school chum has turned horse thief.
Searching for a lost silver mine, Bowie encounters a band of Apaches.
Bowie gets involved in a family quarrel amongst the socially prominent Davis family.
Bowie goes up against an art swindler.
At the request of President Jackson, Bowie goes to the aid of a young Native American.
Bowie and future Alamo sidekick Davy Crockett meet for the first time and find themselves on opposite sides of an election.
An infant is the only survivor of a Native American raid. Bowie tries to find it a loving home.
Bowie's cousin is getting married but the bride-to-be turns up missing.
Bowie is unable to make a trip to Texas so he sends his friend instead--wearing his clothes and riding his horse.