The Roy Rogers Show Season 4
The Roy Rogers Show Season 4
First Air Date: September 12, 1954
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4x18 The Showdown (May 22, 1955)
Ellen Corbin, a waitress at the Eureka Cafe, is awaiting her father's release from prison. As soon as Corbin returns to Mineral City, his former partner begins to menace him.
4x17 The Ginger Horse (March 27, 1955)
Roy, Dale, and Pat are visiting nearby Carson County. While there, they meet a little girl named Janie Howard whose beloved horse has been stolen by an outlaw who has framed Janie's father in a robbery.
4x16 Quick Draw (March 20, 1955)
Marv Hanley is a quick-tempered, trigger-happy sheep rancher whose brother-in-law, Dunc Wright, has recently held up a stage. Marv, who has never had any use for Dunc, joins the posse in order to gun him down.
4x15 Born Fugitive (February 27, 1955)
Dale befriends a little girl called ""Johnnie,"" whose outlaw father has been murdered by his confederates.
4x14 Dead End Trail (February 20, 1955)
There is a large reward for the capture of desperado Curt Carlson. A Young man sees the poster and decides to run away from his overbearing father to join the Carlson gang.
4x13 Uncle Steve's Finish (February 03, 1955)
Roy and Dale are suspicious of a local school teacher's growing nervousness after the Paradise Valley stage is robbed.
4x12 The Big Chance (January 23, 1955)
Pat Brady and Nellybelle are kidnapped by a gang of outlaws, one of whom coincidentally may be inheriting a million dollars.
4x11 Outcasts of Paradise Valley (January 09, 1955)
When they are unable to find work, two youths turn to crime, even endangering a kindly old couple who befriended them.
4x10 Hidden Treasures (December 19, 1954)
When the Castle gang hears Roy and Dale say ""The Key to the greatest treasure in the world is in that book,"" they resort to violence to gain possession of it.
4x09 Strangers (December 05, 1954)
Lanny Gaines, a teenager with artistic talent, moves with his father to Paradise Valley, but they are dismayed when no one pays them a welcome call. When three desperados posing as surveyors ask Gaines for lodging, the old man is only too glad to comply.
4x08 Bad Neighbors (November 21, 1954)
Roy and Dale are caught between the fight of cattlemen and homesteaders who want the same land for different reasons.
4x07 Boys' Day in Paradise Valley (November 07, 1954)
When the offices of the law are turned over to students in honor of Boy's Day, Bob Miner is named sheriff and his unscrupulous uncle takes advantage of the opportunity to acquire adjoining land from an elderly rancher.
4x06 Hard Luck Story (October 31, 1954)
The Hard Luck Insurance Company, for one flat premium payment, will insure any rancher for the rest of his life-or so the firm contends. Roy reveals that the entire affair is a ruthless racket.
4x05 The Hijackers (October 24, 1954)
Beaver Jones, president of the Paradise Valley Fur Traders Association, is defrauded by his grandson Tim, who is hijacking furs in order to pay off a gambling debt.
4x04 Last of the Larabee Kid (October 17, 1954)
A swift, mysterious desperado called The Larabee Kid has been hijacking stolen loot from thieves who prey on stagecoaches. As it develops, he is actually the son of a slain marshal, seeking vengeance on the outlaws who murdered his father.
4x03 Backfire (October 10, 1954)
Parson Loomis, carrying a payroll from the Mineral City Bank to the Hardrock Mine, is ambushed by two thieves, one of whom later disguises himself as the visiting ""Reverend Brown,"" a supposed friend of Loomis's. Roy, Dale, Pat, and the parson's childern soon realize that their ""guest"" is no man of the cloth.
4x02 The Young Defenders (October 03, 1954)
Mike and Betty Tobin are frightened children left alone in a cabin while their fur-trapping father is held captive by outlaws after his valuable pelts.
4x01 The Lady Killer (September 12, 1954)
In this violent entry, a lady banker murders all the ranchers in oil-rich Lost Valley in order to gain control of the property. She is planning to murder eight-year-old Jamie Jenkins when Roy intervenes.