Six episodes from the 1960's American western series, following the adventures of Marshal Jim Crown (Stuart Whitman).
1. Journey to a Hanging While in Cimarron jail wild and hot tempered cowpoke Screamer witnesses outlaw Ace Coffin commit the cold-blooded murder of a fellow bank robber. Knowing that there is a $10,000 bounty on Coffin's head, Screamer offers to help Marshal Jim Crown track down the killer and his band of outlaws. While Crown questions Screamer's motives for helping, the truth of the matter is that there are 10,000 reasons why!
2. The Legend of Jud Starr With a little help from his gang infamous outlaw Jud Starr slips the hangman's noose and begins a law breaking rampage over the entire Cimarron Strip. Upon discovering that Starr and his gang are using the Cherokee Outlet as a place of refuge, Marshal Jim Crown sets out to track them down. Knowing that all the odds are against him, Crown boldly rides in to an awaiting caldron of danger in order to bring Starr back to justice.
3. Broken Wing There is trouble in Cimarron when Jing McQueen, the drunken son of wealthy cattleman Mike McQueen shoots a local preacher and burns down a livery stable. When the preacher recovers, he refuses to press charges and the young McQueen is released from jail. As anger levels rise and the people of Cimarron demand justice, Marshal Crown is faced with the task of having to control the lynch-fevered mob. At the same time an old friend of Crown's rides into town armed with a big reputation...and he's gunning for Jim's job.
4. The Battleground When a potential range war heats up between cattlemen and farmers in the Outlet, U.S. Marshal Jim Crown rides to Cimarron Territory to quell the dispute. Assigned to Cimarron City, Crown finds a lawless town where even the army won't or can't keep control. When the Outlet is deemed to be free range tempers flare between the cowboys who owned the land and the farmers looking for a new settlement. To add to Crown's problems the ringleader of the cowboys is an old friend who's intent on causing trouble.
5. The Hunted When wanted killers/brothers Felix and Gene Gauge turn themselves in to Marshal Crown they become the prime targets for every bounty hunter in the territory. With a $15,000 bounty on their heads a local wealthy rancher, who believes his son was murdered by the Gauges, hires a couple of ruthless cowpunchers to gun down the two brothers. When one of the brothers is shot and killed, the other vows revenge on the rancher and the killers. A young man full of hatred with a reputation to build proves a handful for Jim Crown.
6. The Battle of Bloody Stones When Wildcat Gallagher's Wild West Show hits Cimarron, trouble starts when the show's main attraction features the re-enactment of a cavalry slaughter of Indians called The Battle of Bloody Stones. When the local Indians in the Cimarron territory become angry with the way that the battle is portrayed, conflict erupts between the Indians and Wildcat Gallagher's men. The unprovoked death of John Wolf, son of Indian Chief Ghost Wolf, threatens war in Cimarron and Marshal Crown is ultimately faced with the job of preventing another potential massacre.