"An outlaw's son is torn between affection for his father and his own belief in law and order. While riding with the outlaw band, he is captured and imprisoned, then learns the gang abandoned his wife to die, leaving his newborn son homeless. Furious, he turns against the gang and joins forces with the law" (TV guide, April 4, 1956. Following the drama, scenes from the forthcoming film _Man in the Gray Flannel Suit, The (1956)_ are introduced by Fredric March, who also talks with Joseph Cotten).
Tom Jeffords helps an Apache and becomes blood brother to the great Apache chief Cochise. Jeffords falls in love with a beautiful woman of Cochise's tribe, Sonseeahray, but the greed and racism of the local white community bring tragedy to Jeffords and the Apache.
"When his young stepson is accidentally pinned under a truck, the driver frantically tries to rouse help in a nearby town. But he is caught taking equipment from a closed service station and is unable to convince anyone the boy is in trouble" (TV guide, May 16, 1956)
An American army officer is stationed in Japan. When a devastating earthquake his the country, he and his wife end up adopting an orphaned Japanese girl. Not long afterward the officer is transferred to Hawaii, and there he discovers that his commanding officer is severely prejudiced against the Japanese. The officer is afraid to stand up to his CO's racism, much of it directed at his new daughter, because of concerns it may hurt his career. Complications ensue.