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I'd rather have a little bit of a softer look, its more approachable. I never thought I was a girly girl, I used to be a tomboy, but the older I get, the more feminine my wardrobe is becoming. I am a woman, and I would rather wear the Louis Vuitton looks. That being said, I would really rather not have to make this choice, because some of the Celine looks are stunning!
I like having a wardrobe that is sweet and demure and form-fitting and sexy at the same time. Making me choose is to pigeonhole myself into one look, and I'd rather have it all! Does your body type dictate your style?
If you are too skinny and boyish to do the LV feminine look justice. Does anyone else agree? As a woman, I find her clothes to be what I want to wear, rather than what other people would like me to wear…i.
Celine is still feminine, but sexy-feminine. She seems to be the image of the male fantasy, whereas LV woman is softer and more approachable. This is the woman men want to BE with. I know I'm just echoing the sentiment that so many have already shared, but as a well-rounded woman, I think I strive to be both.
That kind of balance is essential. I think we'd all love to feel as powerful as the Celine woman and as sexy as the Louis Vuitton woman simultaneously. Prefer a bit more rough power dressing rather than cute "housewife". I agree, I'm definitely a Celine Woman. But although the Louis V is what a man wants, it's done very ladylike, with the long skirts, and the cleavage. I wouldn't mind being an LV woman either. I prefer something a bit more relaxed and creative—more like what someone will do with it when you photograph it on the street in a season or two or five….
The beauty of fashion is the diversity of choices it presents to people. Allow a woman to dress herself for all the beautiful personalities she possesses and chooses to express, may it be to a man or more importantly just 'cause she loves herself.
I am a woman, and I most certainly prefer the Celine look. It is simple, minimal, with no fuss. I think the sexiest clothes are those that make you feel supremely comfortable in your own skin, and these would do that for me. I would feel extremely self-conscious walking around with that much cleavage showing as in the LV outfits. I think they're just too obvious for me. I prefer the mystery of keeping something hidden.
Saying LV is like saying, "Yes husband, I will stay home and make you dinner for the rest of my life. So the options are: Celine- Cold-sexy with shades of sadism. Louis- Girly not-too-intellectual country shepherdess. I'll pick Louis because at least his outfits don't look so harsh. I also prefer some color in my wardrobe, not just black and white. Out of the Louis photos my favorite would be the third bottom one.
I'm a woman, and I dream of being the Louis Vuitton woman. I think it takes more confidence to wear the LV looks. I'm a woman and I would prefer to be with the Celine woman. I wouldn't want to be either of them myself, though — just not my style. But in this particular LV collection skirts length isn't just my thing.
I'm a Celine woman the collection reminds me of Jil Sander this time. I like LV too, but not this collection in particular. I don't think Celine looks harsh or aggressive — it's the effect coming from the models' make up and expressions. I think if you imagine these outfits without the faces, they will seem less harsh.
With no doubt Celine!!!! Though Louis Vuitton skirt are kind a nice, so i would mix it up a little bit. I love the overall style of LV however I see myself as the Celine women. When asking the man of the house he also preferred Celine. He though LV was a bit too "little girl". I would go for LV, except for the first photo.
I love the coat of Celine, has something mysterious. It would be interesting to ask the male readers the same question. This is an interesting question. It's funny, I've read that some commenters thinks that the LV look is younger, whereas, being a 21 year old woman, I find the Celine sensibility appeals to me far more than the LV one.
I can imagine wanting that classic LV look when I'm reaching middle age, and that mainly has to do with the length of the skirts and little fussy shoes, but that beautifully cut and fairly slim silhouette that Pheobe Philo has created seems so much more appropriate for a younger body. Also, I am in lust with the coat shown in image one for Celine. I have been always "celine style" but now I prefer LV… Could it be because I am pregant and I am more femenine than never?
I am a man. I love beautiful women in beautiful clothes. I loved the Marc Jacobs collection. I love the Louis Vuitton collection. The glory of the female form is fleshed out by both this Vuitton and the recent Marc Jacobs collection. I do not like the Celine collection since viewing the Celine collection brings foreboding thoughts of Monday mornings in a lifeless corporate entity, expresso machines, whips, nails, spikes and collars.
I think i would prefer a Celine woman than a L. Her face,lips,the shine of her eyes,her hands,her movements,her intelligence,culture and goodness would seduce me always with independence almost of her style. I think the Vuitton dresses make all these super slim super tall models look almost fat and middle-aged. What effect would it have then on us ordinary women? Can I be both? Depending on the mood I'll choose one or the other… Celine for those office meeting where they need a strong woman, LV for those spring days when your smile is the best make-up: I wouldn't expect to say that, but I like the Louis Vuitton collection better.
I'm a woman, by the way. LV all the way I'm almost 20 and I'm a woman. The Celine woman is too harsh to me. MY boyfriend also prefer the LV woman. I prefer form to foof, been a pencil skirt fan since back in the day. They are not ugly though, as a woman I prefer the Vuitton one, besides it suits my figure better.
The woman a man wants to be with is the woman she wants to be… very sexy! I'm not basing my preferred woman on this season alone. At the end of the day, the Celine woman much like Phoebe herself is at home and down to earth. She doesn't need to worry about her bag or her watch. She just wants to share a good conversation and jovial laughter. That's why the Celine woman triumphs. I think the interpretation is quite right, I personally believe that a lot of women strive for a more male-like career look, which Celine sure have got, with the very classic, professional aesthetics.
Vuitton on the other hand, seem to focus on some more soft aesthetics, maybe connecting the collection to last-century female role-models, and what man doesn't want to be with Marilyn Monroe?! Words of a Man by the way. Ah, forgot to mention that I'm female. A female who would wear Celine if I had the chance.
To hell with Betty Draper — bring on the modern Catwoman! Look at the models' expressions, the Celine group have a more open engagement the LV are more shut down. So "keep off" clothes allow the wearer to engage. Soft vulnerable clothes mean the woman has to create a distance in her demeanor. So Celine every time. Either the LV woman using the Celine fabrics and leathers, or the Celine woman in the LV shapes, but more "natural" than the done-up pretty-princess look.
From a male stand point. The Celine woman is very sophisticated and sexy!! The clothes are a knockout!! The LV women are much more feminine and the clothes are beautiful as well. But, I think a woman walking down the street in a Celine outfit is going to stop traffic and turn many a head, men and women. I am a guy, and I'd be Phoebe's woman. Sleek and strong, modern yet sexy. LV is getting duller every season, it lacks an LV image and a direction.
I think most of us ideally want to be a Celine woman, because it's a powerfull look, harsh but yet sexy, the image of a modern woman. But we know that this is kind of threatening for some men I said "some" and being a threat is not exactly what we want.
So we stick to a look a little sweeter, less severe, something they are famliar with. I think every woman as a bit of both inside them, although I am more Celine. Maybe somewhere in the middle. Feminine, but not girly, strong, but not austere. I really think it depends on the day and the image I want to project, because many times that changes from day to day.
I really love both and could see myself in either look. I don't see this as one personality vs. I would wear Celine for daily, and LV when i fall in love… Afterall, fashion for me is all about the feeling.. The clothes are done by a working woman's hand. Male- if i would choose what my hopefully futuring girlfriend would wear i would pic LV but that coat from celine looks really good!
The Louis Vuitton woman definitely speaks more to me. It's girly, retro and sophisticated. Though the Celine woman is gorgeous, it's just not me. As a woman, the Vuitton shots appeal to me- they look more feminine albeit traditionally so and less restrictive.
Interesting discussion, for sure! D it's so much more daring, confident, and bold compared to the Louis Vuitton women. LV is just too fifties for my taste, although it is pretty is just isn't modern.
Celine make me think in a modern, chic woman, while vuitton make me think in the classical image of a parisian woman of all times, and behind she, and exquisite and classic french couturier. I feel Vouitton is looking back to the past and history, some of us love that too.
But if I have to choose in the rest of the pictures…I'd rather be with the Celine ladies and all because of the latex looking clothing pieces…so sexy. Vuitton for sure girl. The Celine woman is kind of dull. The collection celine would be perfect for a teacher or a nun LOL!!!!
The general consensus might say a man would want to be with the LV woman, but let's be honest: He might be seen out with the Celine woman in the city and have the LV woman on his arm on holiday.
I'm a woman, not a girl. The LV looks are too sweet, too girly, too flouncy, too frilly. The Celine looks are sexy, confident, sophisticated, powerful, and chic.
Although Celine has some really cool, sophisticated pieces I'm really drawn to, I'm and LV girl, simply because I am very feminine and appreciate a well-made dress. Seeing the first Celine look, I think i will slowly lean towards Celine as i grow older. Celine is clean and nice which allows your own style and personality shown through. LV is lovely but boxing me in. This is a tough one.
I absolutley adore dresses! I like both however,if I were to choose only one I think in this case I would be a Celine gal. I love how edgy yet sophisticated her pieces are. The women she is portraying is independent, sucessful but still very feminine. I'm definetly a Celine woman: D This is such a wonderful study of human psycology, i think the Celine womans look is so powerful it might scare a few men, and for the same reason I think many woman would like to be her.
But of course; they are both wonderful collections from amazingly gifted designers! I feel I am a Celine girl, I love the structure of the looks and the clean architectural lines. However, Vuitton is sensual in a different but good way.
Some days I want to be cool and sophisticated like the Celine woman,while other days- I want to be cute and feminine. A woman which is only one of the two is boring. We all have different sides- men or women- which best show through our sartorialist choices.
I'm a Celine woman, purely because of my love for the navy sleeveless jacket and the navy coat with the insaaaaane shoulder detail. What an amazing collection! Neither of the two. Although I like Celine collection, but does not want to look like this. LV has not touched me at all. I am a woman and I'd rather be the LV one, especially because I have hips and relatively large shoulders. Full skirts suit me. Oh and I love MJ anyway.
Enter to win a women's Orient watch! I would definitely be both. Each woman has to boast not only feminity but also roughness. The definition of a real woman implies the secret of duplicity. I am a woman, 40 years old, and I cant see my self in those full skirts at all. I am not in to decoration and patterns and ribbons and stuff. I like a more plain and clear silhouette. And I am not in to girly stuff at all. Never been, so it's Celine for sure. As a woman, my style is much more Celine.
LV's image is a tad too feminine for my taste. Perhaps I need the gender balance, but I absolutely need to throw on an item that's more masculine whenever I put on a skirt — like a black leather backpack. Truthfully, having an all-feminine, young, girlie look is uncomfortable for me because you get different stares.
They're not as respectful. Louis Vuitton, all the way. I loved the bags, but the clothing was sooo beautiful. I love full, long skirts, structured clothing in general that's feminine and flattering. Compare the two side by side. Celine's models appear so much more dominant …masculine? I look at the Celine's and I see boring basic black, harsh lines, and attitude. Not that there is anything really wrong with that, but LV has given a balance and a romantic refreshing point of view.
And I'm really thankful for that. Julia, the Thanksgiving Girl. I think I'd rather be the mix of two! But what a fun post though: I can totally see why people would say that about the shows though!!
So … which brand received more votes? While it wasn't meant to be a contest, I'm curious to know what the readers — regardless of the gender — are saying in general. Rather Celine, like that androgynous look. I would rather be a Celine woman! I would honestly have to say the Louis Vuitton woman. The celine woman is no doubt beautiful, but its exactly like you said, its for the woman who wants to be, not exactly in the position to be with. They are both very sophosticated though, and both are very lovely styles.
Celine with a small dash of LV. Even January Jones said she doesn't want to be Betty Draper all the time. As a male, I would have to say I would like the Celine woman on the weekdays, and the Louis woman on the weekends and evenings. With the Celine woman, i would feel like I have a hard working succesful woman by my side, who is still sexy.
And with the Louis woman, I would have just a plain and simple hottie! I already am a Celine woman and it makes me feel powerful and feminine all at once. I'd rather be a Chloe woman, which for me, seems like the perfect balance of hard and soft. The Celine woman is definetly my pick. She's strong , sexy and does all that without being to showy with skin.
The LV looks are wonderful if you live in a warm, boring place. They would be my pick if we still lived in a sexuality supressed century. I think I'd definitely rather be the Louis woman. The classy, old-world glamour brand of sexiness appeals to me more…it has a kind of untouchable but still vulnerable quality about it — and sweet but a little bad.
I'd definitely like Celine to be my Saturday-night doppelganger once in a while though! I am without a doubt the Celine women for I always love a bold simplicity. However, wouldn't it be fun to be a Louis Vuitton woman? This debate has been going on for decades, between what a woman desire and a man want. There is no method to solve this problem. We should just let the women determine between themselves to satisfy themselves or their man.
I can never choose one, Celine or Louis Vuitton. I enjoy to make my self happy, but still make my man satisfy. I'd rather be with a Louis Vuitton woman lack of leather and black make-up but she'd have to own that badass Celine coat. You know, I'm some combination of the two. I'd rock that Celine coat with the plaid Vuitton skirt, some chunky boots and a giant vintage handbag.
My vote goes to Celine, and I am a woman It is clear why men want to be with the LV woman, as other commenters have said, because she represents the docile archetype that accessories a man's life.
She is about making house. However, the whole point of female liberation is not that women do not ever want to 'make house', but that it must not be considered their duty. In any case, I can imagine the LV style looking amazing on a Monnica Belluci type character, who manages to retain a fiery strength. I'm both actually, Celine as my working clothes without the 'plastic' skirt, and the LV at other times when not working: As a woman, I sure prefer to be the Vuitton Woman.
From time to time, I fantasize about beaing able to wear clothes like those of Celine, be this sophisticated independant strong-minded woman. But in fact, no. I always fall back into silhouettes like this LV show. It embodies what a woman is about. Celine at work and Louis Vuitton at love! If I have to give a less diplomatic answer I would definately choose Louis Vuitton. In the rough times we live, I think that Louis Vuitton makes us remember somehow that "God made women". Curves are the leading point.
They evoke a sense of forgotten not provocatine elegance, romance, desire, femminility, sensuality, fertility. That's the essence of being a woman, right?
I'm a classy woman, but I think LV is too much, for me it seems like Little House on the Prairie but with broad neckline. For sure Celine, very sexy and I think is lady also. Regarding men's point of view, I think they may prefer a LV look for their wife or girlfriend, but the Celine look for a sexy dream, could it be? In this instance I am the LV woman.
A simple decision for me, as the LV collection would certainly flatter my body shape more than the Celine. This raised some serious issues for me—I am 5' 1" and quite "curvy" as the fashion magazines like to say. That is I wear a 32 DD bra and have wide hips and a big ass. Slightly old Playboy pin-up, although an out-of-shape 50 yr old pin up. I have always loved the Celine type of look and idea—clean, straight, long, no nonsense but with sensuous fabrics.
But my body doesn't fit those clothes. When I first saw the Vuitton clothes something in me sighed with pleasure, and I realized that it was the idea of wearing clothing designed for my body type, old-fashioned as it is. The idea of not having to search fruitlessly year after year for pants which will cover my butt and fit in the waist AND thighs. The freedom of my legs moving under the generosity of that skirt fabric.
For clothing which would at least generally follow the shape of ME. So—what will I wear? My mind is Celine but my body is Vuitton. As I get older I'm actually more inclined to wear what suits my body, but I still live in hope that someday I will find the perfect pair of pants which will fit my waist, thighs, and general shortness. But I do find that men respond to the sheer biology involved—sorry Celine women. You mostly scare them. I'm not saying it's right, and I fight back with a toughness my body does not have, but basically straight men usually respond to what is NOT their body—a bit of softness.
I am a woman, and I would rather be a Louis Vuitton! I think I'm both! But I sort of hate the allusion that woman only want to be feminine and soft because a man wants that — I find that so incredibly anti-woman. I love romance, and soft things, and I don't have a man right now!
I want to be myself not a version of what a man wants me to be. And by the way I love the show, it was amazing, with real curvy women! Maybe I am too young to say this, but I'd rather be a Celine woman, because they look so confident and successful. Look at the last picture and the way the Louis woman carries her handbag. LV friday — sunday, and maybe the occasional tueday, just to keep m'spirits up: Vuitton's look is at best evocative of 50s dresses, and at worst, childish.
I'm a real LV woman but I feel like most of the men prefer more androgynous women nowadays…. I can't do androgynous very well, I'm very much an LV woman. And actually, I like how pretty the LV look is much better than the harsh Celine.
Celine collection is nice, but the clothing is much too tight- don't need to show off every curve. I am definitely a Vuitton girl. There's something so satisfying about the swish of a voluminous skirt around the legs. I'm afraid of Celine women. The're so powerful and 'cold'. But I would like to be one. Celine femininity has a producer's aesthetic, and LV femininity has a consumer's aesthetic. I would definitely be a Celine Woman.
The 3 outfits pictured in this post are sharp, sexually charged, very down-to-business, and possess the perfect amalgam of voluptuousness and androgyny. All that extra volume in the Louis Vuitton clothes will make a girl look pudgy. I've been drooling over pictures from the show for the past few days. It's absolutely classic and gorgeous. I just love the clean cut looks. I feel like I can always feel confident in them and never think twice about my outfit.
A womn has to be both feminine Vuitton and strong Celine!!! That's what a modern, elegant and self-confident woman should look like! I would prefer Louis Vuitton during the day, or during Spring and Summer. Then in the evening, or in the colder seasons of Autumn and Winter; I'd prefer Celine. Sexy and laid back. Plus a girl can still have fun while wearing Vuitton. Celine is too restricted. The collections are so different.. I understand what LV is trying to say, but Celine I can relate to.
I can see myself wear that and feel very comfortable in it. And feel very feminine at the same time. I do love the curvyness of LV and the colors! If Celine had made this collection with the LV colorpalette, I would think that it will even be more of a hit!
Celine is much more my style, no doubt, though I could only really see myself wearing the first look. Here's a perfect question: I would say LV. Which is what Celine's collection seems to be perpetuating for me. Being a feminist doesn't mean you have to dress like a man or stop enjoying what makes you different than a man. Growing up my mom always had a large collection of vintage 50's dresses, and they never kept her from reaching her career goals or from being a powerful role model for me and my sister.
Furthermore, as a girl with a perfect hourglass figure I'm sick of clothes that fit my bust and hips but lose my waist in a sea of fabric, LV brings back a cut that I've been wearing for years because it flatters a woman's entire figure. Straight male here — I'd much prefer being with the LV woman. She's far more feminine, and far more beautiful. There's an underlying strength projected in each of these LV images, too — dresses can be very powerful.
I'm a woman, and I would rather be the Celine woman. I think she's more hardcore, but still has a feminime touch. I have to admit, I'm more of an LV woman. I tend to dress somehwere along the times of flowers, dresses, classy, yet chic. It's just more… me. The Vuitton collection looks hideous to me — it's overly feminine and I'm not a fan of the 50s housewife cut.
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Chic and modern and utterly gorgeous. Daniela March 16, at 3: I would like to be both of the women. All That A rancher tries to save his property from foreclosure.
Long, Long Trail Matt accompanies a young woman on a treacherous journey across the desert, where the pair must brave sandstorms, thirst and Indians. The Squaw A young man is unwelcoming toward the young Indian bride his father brings home. Chesterland Chester purchases a piece of land when he gets engaged.
Milly Milly Glover decides to marry the first available man in order to support herself and her brother. Indian Ford Matt helps an Indian-hating officer find a white girl, hoping the search will not end in violence. Apprentice Doc Doc is kidnapped by a gang of outlaws to treat one of their own.
Nina's Revenge Nina Sharky hatches a plan to get away from her tight-fisted father and fortune-hunting husband. Marry Me Billy Cathcart tries to find a woman for his big brother because family custom dictates that the oldest marries first.
A Man a Day Outlaws threaten to kill one person every day until Matt gets out of town. The Do-Badder A pair of drifters plot to ambush a prospector who's on his way to Dodge after striking big. Old Dan Doc tries to keep an alcoholic off the bottle. Catawomper A woman tries to make her boyfriend jealous when she's had enough of his attitude.
Half Straight Matt is stalked by a hired killer. He Learned About Women Matt goes after a band of comancheros that raided a camp and kidnapped a girl. The Gallows Matt is certain that the convicted murderer he's taking to the gallows is innocent.
Reprisal A woman plots her revenge on Matt for killing her husband in a gunfight. Coventry When a man and his expectant wife are stranded on the prairie, their only hope—a man ostracized by the community—is unwilling to help them. Durham Bull A gang's luck turns around when they come to Dodge. Wagon Girls Matt meets a mail-order bride on the prairie who claims she's trying to run away from a ruthless wagon master. The Dealer A woman resents her suitor more than ever when he kills her father in self-defense.
The Summons An outlaw kills his partner thinking he will get a huge reward. The Dreamers A miner tries to use his new-found wealth to win over Kitty. Cale A young rider is wounded when he's suspected of being a horse thief's accomplice. Chester's Indian While on a fishing trip, Chester shoots an Indian who was courting a white teenage girl, whom Matt then tries to save from her ruthless father. The Prisoner A military prison escapee shows up in Dodge.
The Boys A snake-oil pitchman hatches a scheme to swindle the citizens of Dodge. The Search A suspected horse thief tries to survive in the wilderness when he gets hurt fleeing from his pursuers. Call Me Dodie Matt meets a girl who ran away from an orphanage that functions like a prison. Quint Asper Comes Home A halfbreed named Quint Asper vows revenge on all white men when a pair of drifters kills his father and threatens his mother. Root Down A woman attempts to lure Chester into marriage.
Jenny An outlaw's girl takes a shine to Matt. The Ditch Matt tries to prevent a range war as a rancher takes steps to cut off the homesteaders' water supply. The Trappers The friendship between two trappers is ruined when one leaves the other to die during an Indian attack. Phoebe Strunk Phoebe Strunk and her murderous clan terrorize Dodge.
The Hunger Matt comes to the rescue when a father and son abuse the mother and daughter. Abe Blocker Matt pursues a frontiersman who's using force to take homesteaders' land. Us Haggens Matt hunts down outlaw Black Jack Haggen, assisted by the killer's nephew, Festus, who has his own reasons for wanting to find his uncle.
Uncle Sunday When his uncle comes to visit, Chester's plan to shorten his stay doesn't exactly work out. False Front A gambler makes a bet that a man who's never used a gun can pass as a gunslinger.
Old Comrade A fall guy learns that his father, a general, is dying. Louis Pheeters The town drunk witnesses a man killing his wife's alleged lover. The Renegades Quint tries to convince an Army officer that white renegades are responsible for starting the latest Indian uprising. Cotter's Girl Matt attempts to civilize a teenage mountain girl.
The Bad One Matt investigates why a woman refuses to identify a stagecoach robber. The Cousin Matt's foster brother forces him into a showdown.
Shona As the citizens of Dodge deal with the strain of Indian raids, a farmer brings his ailing Indian wife into town for treatment. Ash The friendship between business partners is jeopardized when one of them sustains a head injury, changing his personality. Blind Man's Bluff Matt must rely on his wits and instincts when he goes blind while on the prairie. Quint's Indian Quint is accused of horse theft and beaten by a group of vigilantes. Anybody Can Kill a Marshal A pair of outlaws hire a drifter to do what they couldn't: Two of a Kind Matt gets caught in the middle of a feud between two immigrants.
I Call Him Wonder The citizens of Dodge refuse to hire a drifter because he's decided to look after an orphaned Indian boy. With a Smile A powerful rancher's spoiled son gets violent when a pretty girl rebuffs his affections.
The Far Places Matt tries to ease the tension between a rancher and her son. Tell Chester A girl Chester likes has no idea that the man she has her eye on is already married. Quint-Cident Quint incurs the wrath of a widow he turned down. Old York Matt comes face to face with the outlaw who saved his life long ago. Daddy Went Away A widow returns Chester's affections. The Odyssey of Jubal Tanner A saloon girl and a drifter team up to find the man who did them both wrong.
Jeb A man buys an allegedly stolen horse from a farm boy, which proves to be a big mistake. Kate Heller A young man commits murder and ambushes Matt. Lover Boy A ladies' man takes up with a married woman. Legends Don't Sleep After getting out of prison, an infamous gunman meets a cocky young man eager to cash in on his reputation. Tobe Tobe Hostader befriends a saloon girl whose ex-boyfriend is near. Easy Come Elmo Sippy may seem polite on the outside, but he's a murderer on the inside.
My Sister's Keeper A grief-stricken widower gets a job as a hired hand for two sisters. Quint's Trail Quint guides a family on a hazardous trail to Oregon. Carter Caper After a man gets beaten up for trying to steal a horse, he plots his revenge. Ex-Con An ex-convict comes to Dodge with the intention of shooting Matt dead. Part 1 Matt tracks an accused murderer to Texas. Part 2 Thrown into a Mexican prison, Matt tries to convince the authorities that he is a U. The Magician A traveling medicine man is accused of cheating at cards.
Pa Hack's Brood The patriarch of the Hack family has a vested interest in trying to get his daughter to marry a farmer's son.
The Glory and the Mud A young man tries to make a name for himself as a fast draw when Matt turns him down as deputy. Dry Well A recently married woman takes the first opportunity to welcome a stranger into her home. Prairie Wolfer Someone or something is slaughtering cattle. Friend Matt heads to a nearby town to investigate a friend's death. Once a Haggen A friend of Festus' is accused of murdering the man who bested them at poker. No Hands Doc is threatened by the Ginnis clan when he fails to respond quickly to their demands for treatment.
May Blossom Festus' cousin, May Blossom, comes to town to marry him, honoring a pact between their fathers. The Bassops A family finds Matt and a prisoner handcuffed to one another—with the prisoner claiming to be the marshal. The Kite Matt must stop a killer from realizing his victim's daughter was a witness. Comanches is Soft After spending a wild night in Wichita, Quint and Festus deal with a saloon girl who claims they invited her to Dodge. Father's Love A woman learns that the man who tried to have his way with her is her husband's uncle.
Now That April's Here The only ones who believe Festus' girlfriend witnessed a murder are the killers themselves. Caleb Having grown tired of farming, Caleb Marr comes to Dodge in search of adventure. Owney Tupper Had a Daughter Owney Tupper decides to take action when he's forced to give up custody of his daughter. Bently Chester doubts a man's deathbed murder confession, so he sets out to find the real killer. Kitty Cornered A rival saloon owner forces Kitty into a deadly competition.
The Promoter An ex-farmer decides to become a fight promoter to make his fortune. Trip West A timid bank clerk goes through a surprising change in personality when he's told he only has a short time to live. Scot Free Rob Scot leaves his family and prepares to start a new life with Nora Brand—after they dispose of her husband's body. The Warden Festus protects a young Indian maiden from a farmer who bought her from her father. Homecoming The ex-husband of Hector Lowell's wife claims that the Lowells' home, land and business belong to him.
The Other Half A love triangle between a girl and twin brothers turns tragic. Journey for Three A stranger accompanies two brothers on their trip to California. Blue Heaven A young man and a fugitive team up as they run from their respective pursuers. Crooked Mile A girl's whip-wielding father does not approve of her romance with Quint. Old Man Matt searches for the real killer of Joe Silva when an old man is framed for the crime.
The Violators When someone is scalped in Dodge, the townsfolk are eager to blame the Indians. Doctor's Wife When a new doctor arrives in Dodge, his wife starts a smear campaign against Doc Adams. Help Me Kitty Kitty and an unmarried expectant mother end up stranded in the desert when bandits attack their stagecoach.
Hung High A lawman-hater causes trouble for Matt and a retired marshal. Jonah Hutchinson After spending 30 years in prison, Jonah Hutchinson sets out to rebuild his ranching empire. Big Man, Big Target A wanted criminal in love with a married woman succeeds in getting her husband out of the picture—with unexpected ramifications.
Chicken A meek man is given credit for killing four outlaws. Innocence The hatred between two men is intensified by their affections for the same girl.
Hammerhead When a wealthy gambler comes to Dodge to buy horses, rival traders race to demonstrate the speed of their steeds. Run, Sheep, Run A man causes trouble for a young couple when he buys a ranch from them but refuses to pay for a year.
Deputy Festus Festus, now Matt's deputy, learns that the drunken trappers he put in jail are his cousins. One Killer on Ice Two bounty hunters talk Matt into protecting them and their prisoner from ambush.
Chief Joseph A desperately ill chief causes tension when he lodges in the Dodge House. Circus Trick Festus' girlfriend joins a circus troupe. Song for Dying A carefree minstrel faces the wrath of the vengeful Lukens clan. Winner Take All Matt intervenes when an intense feud between the Renner brothers reaches its breaking point.
Eliab's Aim Festus' nephew Eliab comes gunning for him. Thursday's Child Doc falls for a woman who seems to be haunted by her past. Breckinridge A lawyer from the east questions Matt's every move. Bank Baby Bert Clum plots to rob pilgrim families in nearby camps. The Lady A woman who used to be rich takes a job at the Long Branch while she and her niece are on their way to San Francisco.
Dry Road to Nowhere Matt investigates why a gunman is stalking a temperance preacher. Twenty Miles from Dodge A gang of outlaws abducts Kitty and her fellow stagecoach passengers. The Pariah An immigrant's life improves after he kills an outlaw—at least for a while. Gilt Guilt Doc treats a woman and her son for scurvy. Bad Lady from Brookline A woman tries to raise her son in Dodge after her husband is killed in a gunfight. The New Society A cowboy admires a buffalo hunter too much to admit that the man also is a thief.
He Who Steals Festus goes after the bandits who robbed and assaulted Doc. Seven Hours to Dawn A treacherous gang of outlaws takes over Dodge. The Storm A buffalo hunter is sentenced to be hanged for a murder he didn't commit, the real culprits being the sons of Matt's old friend, Adam Benteen. Clayton Thaddeus Greenwood Thad Greenwood trails the four tough guys who caused his father to have a fatal heart attack. Ten Little Indians Matt must out who hired the gunfighters he's been facing in and out of Dodge.
Taps for Old Jeb Prospector Jeb Carter hires a bodyguard to protect his gold after years of searching finally pay off. Kioga A young wounded Indian hunts down the fur trader who killed his father and attacked his sister. The Bounty Hunter A bounty hunter comes out of retirement to find the man who murdered a rich rancher's son. The Reward A convicted gold-mine swindler gets out of prison to resume mining—with money he's accused of stealing.
Malachi Town drunk Malachi Harper poses as marshal just to impress his brother. The Pretender The Dano brothers return home from prison to a dying mother and a bitter father. South Wind A boy goes into hiding after witnessing his father's murder. The Hostage Four convicts take Matt hostage on their way to Mexico. Outlaw's Woman Matt is surprised to see that the fleeing train robber he shot is a woman. The Avengers A judge and his two sons plot their revenge when they suspect Festus and Kitty of murdering a member of their family.
Gold Mine Kitty meets a young mute boy in a rough mining town where she's come to claim a gold mine. Death Watch Matt attempts to protect a wounded outlaw from a pair of bounty hunters. Part 1 A band out of outlaws terrorize Dodge.
Part 2 Outlaws take Doc hostage after they rob the bank and set Dodge on fire. Killer at Large Festus flees Dodge after killing a medicine show sharpshooter in a gunfight. My Father's Guitar A wanderer believes his father's guitar is worth killing for. Wishbone Matt goes after three bandits who robbed a stagecoach and killed the driver and guard.
Sanctuary A bank robber takes refuge in a church, holding the pastor and two women hostage. Honor Before Justice An Indian girl's father is sentenced to die for a murder he didn't commit. The Brothers Matt captures a young outlaw, who waits for his brother to free him. Which Doctor Buffalo hunters kidnap Doc and Festus. Harvest Ben Payson's daughter falls for one of the Scottish homesteaders who have threatened to take his land. By Line Despite his illiteracy, Festus becomes a reporter for Dodge's new paper.
Treasure of John Walking Fox A hunter and his companion are taunted by the bigoted townspeople of Dodge. My Father, My Son A gunslinger kills a young man out to gain a reputation, and then faces the wrath of the dead man's family. Parson Comes to Town A stranger wearing a murdered preacher's coat causes tension in Dodge when he announces his intention to watch someone die.
Snap Decision Disturbed over being forced to kill a prisoner who was trying to save his life, Matt Dillion turns in his badge. The Goldtakers A gang of thieves commandeers the Dodge City blacksmith shop to divide a gigantic bar of gold. The Jailer Six years after her husband's hanging, Ma Stone plots her revenge against Matt Dillon by first kidnapping Kitty to use as a lure and then jailing Matt with the intention to hang him.
The Mission Marshal Dillon is helped by an apparently friendly young runaway who later faces him as a deadly adversary. The Good People A respectable rancher and his son hang an innocent man and allow a bewhiskered bounty hunter to go on trial for the murder. When hired gunslinger Joe Bascome balks at his obligation to kill Matt Dillon, his employers, the Douglas brothers, are not pleased. The Wrong Man Hootie Kyle is a poor but honest farmer whose credit has run out.
Matt Dillon and Festus lend him some money, only to be swindled out of it in a poker game. Later, Hootie gets circumstantially framed for the murder of the card shark who swindled him. The Whispering Tree After eight years in a prison for robbery, a farmer returns home and hopes to find the stolen fortune he had buried under a tree.
The Well All of Dodge City is suffering from a drought. A rainmaker Guy Raymond tries to put an end to it before the town's public well, their last source of water, runs dry. Stage Stop Doc Adams takes up arms to defend a gold shipment from bandits, first during a stagecoach ambush and then at a weigh station.
He is aided by a blind man and a wounded man in the battle against the bandits. The Newcomers Lars Karlgren, a Scandinavian immigrant and his teenage son, Petter, find the west even wilder than they had imagined when they settle in Dodge City. Petter gets framed for the murder of a man who was picking a fight with him. Quaker Girl The identity of a criminal is confused with that of Deputy Marshal Thad when a Quaker party rescues the pair from a do-or-die fight.
The Moonstone A young farmer's former partner-in-crime, girlfriend and slow-witted brother figure in the discovery of his forgotten past. The Hanging To Marshal Matt Dillon and his deputies falls their grimmest task in many years—the hanging of a ruthless gunman.
Old Friend An embittered lawman Fritz Weaver seeks revenge against the men who destroyed his town and took away his wife. Fandango Matt Dillon tries to bring a man to justice despite the onslaught of a crazed, vengeful lawman wishing to exact his own revenge. The Returning After eight years as a down-on-his-luck farmer, husband and father, a reformed outlaw Michael Ansara tries to make ends meet by rejoining his old gang to rob the Dodge City freight office.
Noose of Gold Deputy District Attorney Shephard will do anything to further his career, including having outlaw John Farron killed, rather than giving him the chance to turn himself in. The Favor Kitty's conscience is torn between her sense of obligation to a man who saved her life James Daly and her concern for the law and Marshal Matt Dillon.
Mistaken Identity Outlaw Ed Carstairs trades identities with a man dying of a snakebite wound. He is surprised, however, when the man is brought into Dodge and seems to be recovering. Louis A group of traveling nuns nurse the wounds of outlaw Worth Sweeney, who was injured while defending them from his partners. Part 1 Down-on-his-luck drifter George is offered the dangerous but profitable job of mixing nitroglycerine for outlaws who are using it to rob banks.
George also falls in love with a saloon girl and begins a business venture with his earnings. Part 2 George wants to quit making the nitro, feeling that his luck is running out, but his outlaw partners won't let him. The Wreckers In a moment of quick wit, Kitty has Matt switch identities with an injured outlaw, fooling the man's gang into believing they can extort money from Dodge in exchange for Matt's life.
Cattle Barons Feuding cattle barons are headed to Dodge City from opposite directions for a showdown. The Prodigal Amos and William Cole come to Dodge to find the back-shooting killer of their outlaw father, who was murdered many years before. Floyd is killed while being dragged behind a horse, Zack is crippled by a horse stomping on him and Bob is beaten.
Part 2 Matt goes after Bob Johnson, who is planning to kill Parker to avenge the death of his friends. Hard Luck Henry In this comedic episode, Festus tries to get a box full of gold coins away from his relatives and back to Dodge. The Dooleys, who are feuding with the Haggens, are also trying to get their hands on the box.
Major Glory Two deserting soldiers stab their hated sergeant and frame Festus for the crime. Prairie Wolfer Two prairie wolfers steal money from Dolan, a hardened storekeeper. When one tries to give it back trouble starts. Death Train A group of wealthy passengers on a private railroad car are quarantined in Dodge. Rope Fever Falsely jailed on charges of murder and bank robbery, Festus is ordered to lead an aging sheriff and his zealous deputy to the missing loot.
Wonder Drfter Jud Pryor tries to clear his name of murder; meanwhile, the two brothers of his girlfriend are planning to kill him. Baker's Dozen Three baby boys are born on a stagecoach that arrives in Dodge just after being robbed. Their mother dies and Doc fights to keep the boys together instead of going to an orphanage. The Victim Matt investigates a murder in a nearby town, trying to prove that town simpleton Bo Remick did not kill the son of the town's powerful rancher.
Deadman's Law While Matt is out of town tracking outlaws, the cattleman's co-op takes over the town putting their own man in charge of the law. Nowhere to Run A teenage burglar involved in a murder is shot and left to die by his partners. Hill Girl Hillbilly girl Merry Florene comes to town to get some schooling to better herself. Meanwhile, her two cousins also arrive in Dodge and force her to rob Mr. The Gunrunners Buffalo Man After a renegade band of ex-soldiers seriously injure Tahrohon, his friend, buffalo man Noah Meek, vows revenge on the group.
The Jackals After a group of outlaws assassinates a Texas border town sheriff at his retirement party, Matt Dillon chases the desperadoes to Mexico.
The First People Matt has to intervene when an honest but strict indian agent charges an innocent indian of murder. Sam'l Durning a drought, a watch witch someone who can find water , comes to town. Meanwhile, a businessman attempts to buy up farms during this time, no matter the method. The Twisted Heritage Kitty saves the life of a man during a stage hold-up.
Taking him back to his ranch, she finds his mother a ruthless matron and his daughter alienated from her father. Lyle's Kid Grant Lyle, a former lawman with crippled hands, brings his young gunfighter son to Dodge to settle the score with Hoxey, the man responsible for his maimed hands. The Hide Cutters Festus is rescued from a rock avalanche by a young hide cutter.
His fellow cutters are following a herd of cattle with hopes of stealing them for the hides. Zavala After Matt Dillon shoots and kills an outlaw in Mexico, the man's brother seeks vengeance on Dillion. Uncle Finney In this comedic episode, two hillbillies attempt to turn in their year-old relative for the bounty on him.
Slocum Grizzily mountain man Slocum tracks the sons of a man who tried to bushwhack his good friend, Matt Dillon. Also on board are August's men, who are waiting for the chance to free him. Abelia A young woman, her kids and Festus are held hostage by a man Matt is trying to find.
Matt clashes with maverick railroad builder Wes Cameron, who wants to run a railroad line through Dodge. The Miracle Man Con man Bob Sullivan tries to swindle a widow with the tale of a fake cattle herd, but instead ends up falling in love with her and her children. Waco While bringing in outlaw Waco Thompson, Matt has to deal with Thompson's outlaw band in hot pursuit—and has to deliver a baby. Lobo Mountain man Luke Brazo joins Matt in a hunt for a vicious wolf terrorizing the area.
Johnny Cross Newly intervenes when two bounty hunters try to kill a desperado who claims he's innocent. The Money Store When he is refused a loan by the bank, Ray Jarvis' children find a way to steal the money. Time of the Jackals A former girlfriend of Matt's provides a link to catch a notorious killer. Gold Town Two hillbillies attempt to swindle the townspeople of Dodge City by selling them worthless mining claims. Reprisal Doc is given the choice of saving the life of a man he saw commit a murder or delivering a baby.
He choses to save the man first, and the baby dies in childbirth. The baby's father, Tom Butler, blames Doc and plans to get even. The Long Night Three bounty hunters hold hostages in the Long Branch in an effort to get Matt to turn over a prisoner to them. The Night Riders Kansas raider Judge Proctor and his men ride into Dodge looking for a man they blame for stealing their land during the war.
With Matt out of town, Festus has to try to keep peace and keep the renegades from burning the town. They are forced to stop at a farmhouse, where Sharp's ex-wife and her brutish husband live. The Good Samaritans Matt is taking a signed confession paper to a judge that will hang a man. The man has put a reward on the paper causing two bounty hunters to shoot Matt in an effort to get it. Matt is taken in by a group of freed slaves heading west who are being pursued by hunters.
Kitty, believing in his innocence, does all she can to stop bounty hunter Jarvis and Bob Mathison from taking him from Dodge. Stryker Former Dodge Marshal Josh Stryker arrives in town after being released from prison for killing an outlaw in cold blood.
He holds Matt responsible for the loss of his arm and the years he spent in prison. Coreyville Matt is summoned to Coreyville, a run-down cowtown, by a young woman whose brother is on trial for murder. Danny An old friend of Kitty's learns that he is dying, and decides to come out to Dodge to "go out in style. Hawk A white woman refuses to accept her half-breed son, who Festus brings to her home wounded and needing help. She learns that she isn't a widow when her outlaw husband appears and forces her to exchange his stolen gold for cash.
Charlie Noon Matt, his hardened prisoner Charlie Noon, an indian woman and her white stepson are tracked by the Comanches as they try to cross the desert. The indians are going to kill all of them unless Matt hands over the woman.
The Still Festus gets mixed up with Merry Florene and her hillbilly clan again as they try to hide a moonshining still and a stolen prize bull in the cellar of the local school. A Matter of Honor Unable to remember the events of a night on which he is accused of killing a man, Louie Pheeters has one last chance to set the record straight before being sent off to serve a five-year prison sentence.
The Innocent Festus acts as guide and driver for an eastern missionary teacher en route to her first assignment. The only problem is trying to stay ahead of a murderous hillbilly family following them and planning an ambush.
Ring of Darkness In an attempt to help his blind daughter, farmer Ben Hurley steals horses for an outlaw gang. Deputy Newly O'Brien arrives at his farm investigating, followed by the outlaws. It looks like MacGraw is starting over, but things are not what they appear. Roots of Fear Amos Sadler, a dirt farmer, faces the loss of his home when a panic closes down the Dodge City bank. To save it he and his wife plan to break into the bank. The Sisters Trapper Pack Landers finds his cabin occupied by three nuns and two children he has never seen.
The sisters are bringing the children to Landers, who is their father. However, there is one more order of business he must attend to: The Pack Rat An orphan steals from Matt and then risks his life when he tries to help out in an ambush.
Doctor Herman Schultz, M. Doc Adams's old friend is thought to be a thief. Albert After a bank teller foils a robbery, he steals money from the bank for himself.
Kiowa Matt must rescue a teenage girl from indians and bring her back to her family. Celia A friend of Newly's is the victim of a con game.
Morgan With Matt out helping the Army deliver a gold shipment, Dodge is wide open for Morgan and his men to come in with a Gatlin gun and take over. The Thieves Sam takes a special interest in Eric Tabray, who is running around in a gang committing crimes in Dodge. Hackett An ex-convict wants revenge against the partner that ran out on him.
The Cage After an outlaw becomes a victim of his own gang, he tries to get Matt to bring down his ex-cohorts. Chato After a friend of Matt's dies, he goes to New Mexico to find the killer.
The Noose Kitty is held hostage in a ghost town as bait to get Matt to attempt a rescue. Stark Adam, the son of one of Dodge City's revered citizens returns.
But upon arriving someone takes a shot at him. The man who shot him, Stark, is a bounty hunter. It seems that Adam was in jail in Texas and broke out, and Stark aims to bring him back. The arrival of the first woman doctor in Dodge City, Dr. Sam McTavish, riles Doc Adams. However, she soon wins his confidence and that of his patients, and the two physicians make a startling medical discovery.
Gentry's Law A baron gives Matt trouble when Matt wants the man's sons in jail for a crime they committed. Part 1 A train that Matt, Doc and Festus are riding is stopped by Indians who request two passengers be turned over to their custody for selling them poisonous whiskey. Part 2 A train that Matt, Doc and Festus are riding is stopped by Indians who request two passengers be turned over to their custody for selling them poisonous whiskey.
The Gun After a young man kills a gunfighter, he becomes the victim of publicity. The Scavengers In order for a black man to save his life he must say that indians held up a wagon train. The Witness A family is held hostage so they can't testify at the trial of a killer.
McCabe Matt has two problems on his hands: Sergeant Holly An Army sergeant is accused of desertion and the theft of an Army payroll. Jenny Jenny arrives in Dodge City where she will meet her father. Newly releases him for two days as a free man to allow him to see his daughter.
Captain Sligo A sea captain wants to live in Dodge City. Mirage Festus comes back from a shootout and can't tell the story well. The Tycoon Festus becomes a rich man. Jaekel A convict returns to Dodge City to get a woman back. Murdoch A former lawman tries to go after a gang of outlaws and gets a shock of his own.
Cleavus Cleavus think he could be rich, but he soon finds fool's gold in the mine. Lavery Matt is saved by a cowhand from an ambush. He then does a favor for the cowhand. With one of them wounded it seems like a three-way split until Pike, the wounded one, surprises the other three. The Lost When Kitty gets lost and wanders through the countryside, she encounters a feral little girl who has been on her own for years.
Having befriended the child, Kitty is later horrified to learn that the girl has been captured and is headed for a freak show. Phoenix A convict wants to kill a man he has never seen before after he gets out of prison. Part 1 While pursuing an outlaw, Matt stops to help a young boy find his mother.
Part 2 Matt helps a young boy find his mom while finding an outlaw. Marshal Dillon confronts the outlaw after helping the boy locate his mother.
Chapman sleeping in Doc's office, he finds a letter explaining that Doc went to Baltimore to hone his medical skills after the death of one of his patients. The Legend When two outlaw brothers of a troubled family attempt to get their other brother to join them in a robbery, Dr. John Chapman, filling in for Doc Adams, steps in to help.
Trafton Matt is out to find a gunfighter who killed two people. Lynott A former Marshall helps Matt by filling in for him after he is wounded and sent to bed so he can rest.
Lijah A jury has the fate of a mountain man in it's hands. My Brother's Keeper During a thunderstorm, Festus seeks refuge in a cave, finding an old Indian waiting to die.
Festus decides to be his "brother's keeper," taking the old man to Dodge in an attempt to civilize him. Drago Drago wants to find the person who killed a woman who helped him.
Part 1 Unable to operate on Matt's bullet wound, Doc puts him on a train en route to a specialist. However, the train is hijacked by bandits out to steal its gold shipment. Part 2 Unable to operate on Matt's bullet wound, Doc puts him on a train en route to a specialist. Part 3 Unable to operate on Matt's bullet wound, Doc puts him on a train en route to a specialist. Murry Christmas The meanest outlady in the U. In actuality, it's Emma Grundy out to retrieve her seven orphans from Titus Spangler and take them back to the orphanage.
No Tomorrow Ben Justin must try to clear his name of false charges. Hidalgo After Matt is injured, he makes friends who must help him stay alive. Tara Newly falls in love with a woman who could put him in danger because of secrets in her past. One for the Road Lucius's daughter wants her dad locked up so she and Tom can have his estate. Judge Broker thinks Mr.
Prince is sane, and Mr. Prince proves he can be a dad. Can Matt stop him before more trouble comes to Dodge? Yankton A drifter wants to marry a rich family's daughter Aired: Blind Man's Buff Phoebe nurses a wounded man with amnesia back to health. But with his memory returning it could lead to even more danger for the confused man and heartache for the lonely Phoebe.
Alias Festus Haggen Festus is mistaken for a killer. The Wedding A father disapproves of the man her daughter marries. Escaping the gang by jumping into the river, Matt is rescued by two kids on a raft. Bohannan A faith-healer comes to Dodge. Judgement A man comes to Dodge for revenge on a man who might just deserve it. The Drummer Daniel Shay comes to Dodge City as a drummer who peddles rat traps as a way of making money.
While Daniel continues to look for buyers of his rat traps, he sees a Cheyenne boy stealing a horse. As he looks on memories of a battle at Rock Creek return.
Sarah Matt runs into an old flame named Sarah who now runs a one-woman saloon for bandits out in the desert. Matt will have to pass as a villain in order to save Sarah's reputation as a trusted confidant. The Fugitives When Danny Stalcup, a young member of a gang on the run, is mortally wounded in a fall, Doc Adams is kidnapped, along with Festus, and forced to help.
Milligan Harry Morgan guest stars as a farmer accused of shooting someone in the back. Tatum An ex-gunfighter is dying. He must reconcile with the daughters he abandoned, and find a way to be buried next to his wife, who is buried in a town that hates him. The Sodbusters Matt has trouble getting a fight about water rights under control when things escalate to violence.
The Brothers After killer Jay Wrecken is shot dead, man's brother begins methodically murdering everyone connected to the incident. Outlaw gang leader Jude Bonner will stop at nothing to persuade Matt to stay his brother's execution, going so far as to kidnap Kitty. Jubilee A man neglects his family in favor of raising his prize possession: Arizona Midnight A midget arrives in Dodge City claiming he will turn into an elephant at the stroke of midnight. Arizona begins asking for someone to care for him along with three bales of hay.
Everyone finds the story a bit far fetched. Homecoming Coming home proves difficult for two brothers on the run who just want to visit their sick mother. With a desperate and wanted friend along, they make choices they soon come to regret. Shadler Just before he's to be hung, stage robber Shadler busts out of jail by slugging his last rites priest and donning the robes as a disguise.
The escapee soon finds himself on the other side of the law, helping Deputy U. Marshal Newly elude hostile lawmen. Patricia Newly falls in love with a young woman who is drying of leukemia. Doc Adams offers to teach Newly how to become a doctor. A Quiet Day in Dodge After 36 hours in the saddle, Matt rides into Dodge exhausted and, rather than finding some rest, is bombarded with constant yet trivial annoyances.
Whelan's Men A former lawman that Dillon put out of business years earlier comes back with a group of men to gun him down. Since Dillon is out of town, they settle in at the Long Branch to play poker and wait.
Kimbro Matt runs into his former mentor, Adam Kimbro, and decides to build his self-confidence by deputizing him as a deputy marshal. Jesse Festus runs into Jesse Dillard who is wanted for shooting a black man. Talbot Talbot falls in love with Katherine after shooting her husband in self-defense. But when Katherine learns of Talbot's plans to rob a bank, she puts her life in danger by telling him she will leave him if he does.
This Golden Land Matt asks a Russian family to identify three men who killed one of their own, but the family's patriarch is hesitant to trust American justice. Part 1 Matt becomes involved in investigating the disappearance of female settlers and travelers in the region. He links it to a band of renegade Native Americans, who plan to sell the women as sex slaves to a band of ruthless white mercenaries. Part 2 Matt helps Stella and Marcy escape their bloodthirsty indian captor. After Matt and Stella bring the shaken Marcy out of her shell, the three team together to bring the ringleader of the white slave trade to justice before he can escape to Mexico.
The Boy and the Sinner Ron Moody guest stars as a man torn between keeping his own self-respect and the friendship of a young boy or keeping his drunken promise to two hired gunmen.
The Widow-Maker A gunfighter wants to forget his past Unfortunately for him, this is not easy to accomplish. When he proceeds to court her, Kitty has to decide whether to leave Matt after an year relationship or stay with Stambridge.
The Widow and the Rogue James Stacy stars as a roguish thief who's long on charm but a bit short on ethics. His real test of character comes on a long, adversity-plagued journey to Dodge with his captor, Festus. A Game of Death An Act of Love: Part 1 A lawyer passing through Dodge is reluctant to defend two renegade indians suspected of killing a powerful rancher's wife. Part 2 The lawyer defends the two renegade indians accused of murder, and the victim's husband's is determined to see they are lynched if they are acquitted.
Lynch Town Dillon forces an alcoholic Circuit Judge to hold an inquest into the death of a woman saloon owner that had resulted in the lynching of an innocent drifter. The family wants to hang Newly after the man dies.
Susan Was Evil When a woman and Dillon's wounded prisoner fall in love, her selfish niece makes plans to turn him over to bounty hunters. The Deadly Innocent Festus does what he can to help a mentally challenged young man, but soon learns the responsibility is more than he can handle.
The Child Between A wanted man goes into Dodge to get help for his sick baby and his indian wife. With Doc unavailable, Newly offers to help but will be torn between healing and his duty as a lawman. A Family of Killers Matt and a fellow lawman go after a vicious family of robbers and killers.
Like Old Times An old safe cracker comes back to Dodge to find his former lady love. When two men looking to steal a lot of money approach him about unlocking the safe at the station, he accepts their proposal, sort of.
The Foundling When the parents of a daughter who was raped refuse to accept the girl's baby, Marshal Dillon must find a home for the child. The Iron Blood of Courage Gunfighter William Talley is hired by a farmer's coalition in Dodge to kill rancher Shaw Anderson, their main obstacle in taking over land they want. The Schoolmarm After being raped, Dodge City school teacher Sarah Merkle struggles with the implications of being an unwed mother.
Trail of Bloodshed Buck Henry Woolf is on the trail of his uncle, who killed his father, stole their money and wounded him. Festus is on the same mission and also to stop the young man from taking the law into his own hands. Cowtown Hustler A broke young man seeks his fortune with an old drifter, a formerly legendary champion billiards player. To Ride a Yeller Horse The schemes of a mother trying to control the lives of her son and daughter lead to tragic results. Disciple After Matt's gun arm is shot, he's essentially a sitting duck.
That's what he figures when his ability to shoot again is in doubt. Matt Dillon Must Die A mountain family in an attempt to avenge the death of one of their own capture Matt. A Town in Chains A group of bandits attempt to rob a town while masquerading as soldiers. The Guns of Cibola Blanca: Part 1 Doc and fellow stage passenger, Lyla, are captured by renegade Comancheros.
Thirty a Month and Found Three cattle drivers find that railroads are forcing them out of business. Two of them turn to crime for a temporary fix. The Fourth Victim A series of seemingly random killings have the citizens of Dodge City in near panic, but Dillon believes they are part of a pattern in which Doc is slated to be the next target. The Tarnished Badge Matt's friend, Sheriff Harker, runs his town ruthlessly, punishing anyone who dares to disobey him.
In The Performance Of Duty Matt is frustrated by Judge Kendall's insistence that the letter of the law be maintained, which could result in Emmett Kaysinger and his boys, all known outlaws, to be set free unless there is solid evidence to hold them for a double murder and robbery.
Island in the Desert: Part 1 Festus, in the desert hunting escaped killer Gard Dixon, is wounded by the outlaw. He is found by Ben Snow, a half-crazy hermit who has been living in the desert with his gold for many years.
The Colonel Lee J. Cobb and his daughter, Julie, appear together for the first time when Cobb guest stars as a once-proud military officer who is suddenly faced with a painful and unplanned reunion with his daughter. The Squaw Fleeing from both Matt Dillon and his double-crossed partners, outlaw Gristy Calhoun discovers that his survival in the badlands depends on help from an indian woman. The Hiders When a young teenager from a group of squatters decides he can do better than stealing, he changes his ways.
But the leader of the squatters will try to manipulate the young man with the people who have treated him best. Larkin Newly finds himself in a strange alliance with a professional killer as he tries to return to Dodge City with his prisoner Jaeckel before they are both killed by a trio of bounty hunters.
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