In this flashback episode, Johnny relates the story of General Lee's surrender to General Grant at Appomattox.
Johnny returns to his hometown in search of killer Jeremy Hake.
Docker Mason, an old Army buddy of Johnny's, is now a prizefighter who is being swindled by his crooked manager.
Johnny enters a saloon where a bounty hunter is waiting for his quarry to arrive.
A rancher hires Johnny to make a man out of his sheltered son.
Johnny aids a sheepman against three Mexican bandits.
Johnny encounters a fugitive named Traskel who pulls a gun and forces Johnny to trade horses.
When convicted killer Jim Colburn escapes from jail a posse takes off in hot pursuit. Then a telegram arrives that proves Colburn's innocence. Johnny then races to intercept the posse and avert potential disaster.
Johnny is in a full blown jam. He's framed for murder and the man who set up the frame is the trial judge. That's the bad news. Even worse news is the fact that the prosecutor and the sheriff are his sons. The worst news of all is that Johnny's defense attorney is also a son of the judge.
Johnny escorts the sole survivor of a Native American ambush to meet her prospective bridegroom.
Johnny goes after an outlaw who shot down a man while looting a stagecoach.
Johnny loses his horse and gear in an attack by Native Americans but is picked up by a passing stagecoach and taken to a relay station where he meets a blinded Army officer.
John Sims saves Johnny from a pair of Apache bandits and then asks for his help in tracking them down.
Johnny pays a visit to his old Army C.O. who's now sheriff of a frontier town.
When Johnny rescues Ulysses Bowman from an ambush the man is so grateful he tries to get Johnny to marry his daughter.
Johnny arrives in a small town and finds it completely deserted. He then tries to find out what happened to the residents.
Johnny rides into a town and discovers that one of its residents is the Union guard who tortured him while he was being held in a Prisoner of War camp.
Johnny discovers that the daughter of a deceased war buddy is now a bonded servant being forced to marry a gunfighter against her wishes.
Johnny gets into an argument over the Civil War that leads to a shooting.
A newspaperwoman decides to write a paperback novel about Johnny after witnessing him turn the tables on a bully.
After meeting Johnny, famed actress Lotta Langley offers him a role in her play.
Johnny rides into a New Mexico cattle town and finds it paralyzed by fear that a Native American attack is imminent.
When Johnny frees a man staked to an ant hill in the desert the man decides to become Johnny's personal servant until he has repaid the debt.
When Johnny's young cousin begins hanging around a professional gunslinger our hero tries to steer his relative in the proper direction.
In an apparent kidnapping, an old Native American disappears into the hills with a young man. Johnny and the lad's father follow in pursuit.
Johnny escorts a woman and her infant son to a village where she hopes to find her missing husband but inquiries about the man produce nothing but silence.
Johnny kills a man in a fair fight and then tries to care for his mute son.
Johnny gets into a poker game with unusual stakes. If he loses he will become his opponent's prisoner for two weeks.
Liz Purdy points a shotgun at Johnny as he is getting a drink of water because she believes he's a member of an outlaw gang that's been operating in the area.
Johnny arrives in the town of Shady Grove and finds its citizens preparing a hostile welcome home for ex-convict Danny Brown.
Johnny and two other men volunteer to pursue a fugitive banker who absconded with his depositors' savings. But one of Johnny's companions wants to kill the man while the other is after the money.
Outlaws hold up a stagecoach on which Johnny is traveling. Finding no gold and not wanting to leave empty handed they decide to kidnap a passenger.
Johnny arrives at a watering hole where two men are having a knock down brawl to the finish.
Johnny tries to help a young man whom he wounded match the bravery of his famous matador father.
The wife of former Confederacy President Jefferson Davis asks Johnny and three other former Confederate soldiers to escort him to Richmond upon his release from prison. Two of the men don't show up and Johnny discovers that the third plans to assassinate Davis.
Johnny is bushwhacked and stripped of his horse, guns, and belongings. He then sets off in pursuit of his mysterious assailant.
Johnny is deputized by a U.S. Marshal to take a member of an outlaw gang to jail while the Marshal pursues the others. Johnny's prisoner is a female and she has no intentions of going quietly to her incarceration.
Yuma helps a young girl named Sally give birth to her baby and then finds himself held at gunpoint by the child's outlaw father.
A jailed outlaw is scheduled to hang but his brother has a plan to free him by kidnapping the sheriff's brother and exchanging prisoners.
A Native American chief kidnaps three white hostages in reprisal for the deaths of two of his braves. He then forces Johnny to choose the two who are to die.