18 March 1957
Jim Hardie is assigned to ride shotgun on a stagecoach carrying a valuable cargo of gold, but has to contend with a driver who thinks he can handle any outlaws he meets with all by himself.
25 March 1957
Aging, honest Marshall Ogburn shoots an unarmed suspect in heat of a violent burglary of a Wells Fargo bank, and Jim has to investigate whether it was justified, and try to recover the stolen money .
8 April 1957
Miners have made a gold strike in western Montana, but the only men getting rich are the outlaws stealing it off Wells Fargo stagecoaches and freight wagons. Hardie goes undercover to the town of Aider Gulch to try to infiltrate the outlaw gang operating in the area and find out who is providing them inside information concerning gold shipments.
Season 1, Episode 4: The Bounty15 April 1957
A man claims to have killed an outlaw who was wanted dead or alive. When he demands the reward Wells Fargo offered, Jim Hardie was ordered to Canada to identify the body since he was the only man alive who knew what he looked like. Hardie becomes suspicious when he learns the corpses face had been blown off by a shotgun blast. While he tries to learn more, the real criminal plots to kill the only man who can identify him.
22 April 1957
The son of a dead man accused of robbing a Wells Fargo stage discovers an empty strong box in the attic of his farmhouse. The boy is still convinced that his father has been falsely accused and asks Jim Hardie to help find the real culprits.
7 May 1957
A rich gold strike in Pleasant Valley has the Wells Fargo company scrambling to set up a new stagecoach run linking the boomtown with San Francisco. Hardie is detailed to find a trustworthy shotgun guard for the run and, of the objections of the branch manager, selects the son of a disgraced Wells Fargo employee to protect the gold dust and bullion being shipped.
13 May 1957
Hardie tries to prevent a lynching when a town's hard cases accuse a Basque sheepherder who speaks no English of abduction a young girl.
20 May 1957
Jim goes undercover as a trainee for Wells Fargo, to try and find out who is supplying renegade Indians with the guns they are using on their murderous raids.
Season 1, Episode 9: Rio Grande3 June 1957
Hardie picks up a valuable shipment in Matamoras, Mexico and isn't pleased when a dude and beautiful woman insist on becoming passengers on the stagecoach he will use to deliver the gold to a remote Texas town fighting Mexican bandits all the way.
Season 1, Episode 10: Sam Bass10 June 1957
Sam Bass and his gang have a hideout so secluded that no lawman has ever located it. From this stronghold they strike repeatedly, paying special attention to Wells Fargo shipments. Jim Hardie is ordered to infiltrate the gang so that he can learn where Bass's gang holes up between raids.
17 June 1957
Hardie's vacation is cut short when a wealthy man's son and the younger man's fiancée are abducted from a Wells Fargo stagecoach.
24 June 1957
While transporting a prisoner, Dan Lingle, to stand trial for robbery and murder, Hardie's stagecoach is attacked by the outlaw's old gang. Among the passengers on the embattled coach are the Lingle's estranged wife and son and the outlaw determines to stand with them rather than to return to a life of crime.
1 July 1957
When a Wells Fargo bank is robbed in Missouri, Jesse James and his gang are suspected. Jim Hardie disguises himself as a photographer and attempts to locate the outlaws
8 July 1957
When a Wells Fargo agent dies and fifteen thousand dollars is discovered missing from his office, the company orders and investigation. Jim Hardie isn't convinced the man died of natural causes and believes the money was stolen by whoever was responsible for his death. He gets a job in the local gambling hall to learn more about the man or men who could have been responsible for the crimes.
Season 2, Episode 1: Belle Star9 September 1957
A gang lead by Belle Starr, commit a train robbery. Jim Hardie is assigned to the case and tries to lure the pretty outlaw out of hiding by proposing a high stakes horse race.
16 September 1957
Hardie captures a bank robber, but requires the outlaw's assistance to drive off an attack by vengeful Indians.
9 September 1957
Hardie agrees to join the party searching for a young man who is seeking a lost gold mine in Arizona's Superstition Mountains. The men not only must deal with a lack of water, but the fact that the map the youth is following leads him into territory held sacred by the Apache Indians.
30 September 1957
Hardie is in town to testify at the trial of a young man for armed robbery. The delinquent won't reveal the name of his partner because he's convinced that his confederate will make sure Hardie doesn't testify by scaring the Wells Fargo agent out of town. When Hardie refuses to run and then guns down the first outlaw sent to kill him, he discovers the criminal has hired notorious gunfighter John Wesley Hardin to finish the job.
Season 2, Episode 5: The Target7 October 1957
When a Pony Express rider is killed, Jim Hardie takes on the man's route, hoping to lure the murderers out into the open.
Season 2, Episode 6: The Feud14 October 1957
Jim Hardie is sent to negotiate a right-of-way for their stagecoaches through Sam Brundage's property. Brundage's price - convincing Brundage's neighbor, John McCloud to share his water with the Brundages.
21 October 1957
Hardie investigates a stagecoach holdup where white men posing as Indians killed the driver and the guard and left a pretty passenger for dead. Unlike the town's lawmen, who are convinced the robbery is the work of Billy the Kid and his men, but the woman who survived the attack convince Hardie otherwise.
28 October 1957
At the annual auction of Wells Fargo's unclaimed luggage a man and a woman bid vigorously on a battered suitcase. Hardie wins the auction - until he is pistol whipped in an alley and the suitcase is stolen. Hardie suspects that the contents may lead him to loot hidden after a stagecoach robbery and is determined to retrieve the mysterious piece of luggage.
4 November 1957
Jim Hardie is called in to when a stagecoach is robbed near the Arizona/New Mexico border. He discovers that the only thing that was taken was a yellow mongrel dog and, investigating further, learns that the dog's collar may provide evidence to prove that an accident in a gold mine was actually murder.
11 November 1957
Reacting to a tip, Jim Hardie and his Wells Fargo agents set a trap for the notorious Stillwell gang, but the outlaws manage to outwit the detectives and escape with five thousand dollars. Now all the detectives can do is hope the marked bills appear so they can trace them to the outlaws who are passing them.
Season 2, Episode 11: The Kid18 November 1957
Hardie tries to clear a young man charged with murder when he's found standing over a dead man with his gun still smoking.
25 November 1957
A valuable shipment of jade disappears on San Francisco's Barbary Coast, the City by the Bay's rough and tumble waterfront, and the Wells Fargo guard tasked with guarding the precious stones is found stabbed to death. The sea captain who delivered the jade is accused of murder, but Hardie suspects that an notorious criminal gang operating on the docks may have been responsible for the crimes.
2 December 1957
When a train carrying a Wells Fargo express car is robbed, Hardie is assigned to recover the money that was stolen. His efforts are handicapped by a trigger-happy detective who disapproves of Jim's methods that include romancing the outlaw's pretty sister.
9 December 1957
Hardie is ordered to track down the man who murdered of a Wells Fargo messenger. He is surprised when the townspeople side with the killer, but learns that they fear a family of desperadoes.
16 December 1957
Hardie is ordered to escort a general who hates Indians to a meeting with the Sioux tribe. Attacking outlaws may insure that the powwow never comes to pass.
Season 2, Episode 16: Laredo23 December 1957
Rather than spend Christmas with friends as he planned, Hardie must track gunrunners who are transporting weapons illegally across the Mexican border.
30 December 1957
When a Wells Fargo express office is robbed of $10,000 and one of Jim Hardie's oldest friends, a witness to the crime, is murdered, the investigator is doubly intent on solving the crime. With the help of an aging sheriff and a spunky boy, Jim sets a trap to lure the criminals to expose themselves.
Season 2, Episode 18: Doc Bell7 January 1958
Pretending to be hardened convict, Hardie escapes from prison with a felon who stashed the proceeds from a stagecoach robbery before he was captured. The Wells Fargo detective hopes that his new partner will lead him to the hidden loot.
Season 2, Episode 19: Stage West13 January 1958
Jim Hardie agrees to guard a woman wanted as a material witness in a San Francisco political corruption investigation after the detective assigned to escort her is murdered.
Season 2, Episode 20: Hoss Tamer20 January 1958
A young man whom Jim Hardie befriended returns the favor by helping Wells Fargo solve a robbery.
27 January 1958
Hardie attempts to break up a gang of outlaws who specialize in stealing buffalo hides.
3 February 1958
When Wells Fargo is accused of stealing high grade gold ore from the Walking Mountain mine's wagons, Hardie is sent to the mine to investigate.
10 February 1958
Wanted outlaw Bill Longley and Jim Hardie join forces to retrieve money stolen from Wells Fargo by another outlaw.
17 February 1958
Hardie offers an old outlaw whom he sent to prison the opportunity to earn a parole and a reward if he will lead a posse into an outlaw stronghold and help rescue a United States senator from his kidnappers.
Season 2, Episode 25: Dr. Alice23 February 1958
An outlaw gang abducts a pretty woman doctor to operate on one of their wounded confederates. Hardie and a deputy sheriff, whose wife needs her assistance during a difficult childbirth, desperately attempt to rescue the young woman.
3 March 1958
During the land rush of 1889, Wells Fargo selected a spot for its first bank and relay station in Oklahoma and Jim Hardie was tasked with buying a fast horse with plenty of stamina to carry its rider to the designated spot and stake the company's claim. When the dust settles, another group has laid claim to the designated spot. Hardie is ordered to investigate when neither the rider nor horse can be found to determine what went wrong with the plan.
10 March 1958
An outlaw gang abducts Jim Hardie. One of the outlaws, using Jim's identification papers, robs the local Wells Fargo safe.
17 March 1958
When Hardie captures the notorious Johnny Ringo, the outlaw request that he be able to care for her sister, who is dying, and to keep from the young woman Ringo's criminal background.
24 March 1958
Sent to Madden to investigate problems Wells Fargo's stagecoaches are having in the vicinity, Hardie discovers the town is run by a ruthless businesswoman who opposes the townspeople's attempt to have an election, going so far as to murder her opponent for chairman of the town council. Using the town's newspaper, Hardie helps organize the citizenry to bring good government to the community.
31 March 1958
While riding shotgun to protect a valuable gold shipment, Hardie and his stagecoach driver an interesting collection of passengers - including a U.S. Army officer being sent to Fort Laramie to stand trial for massacring a peaceful Indian village. Hardie's trip is far from uneventful - first the stagecoach is robbed by an outlaw gang and then passengers and criminals alike are attacked by Cheyenne Indians bent on avenging the murder of their families.
Season 2, Episode 31: Deadwood7 April 1958
Jim Hardie tries to prove a notorious gunslinger has been framed for the crimes of stagecoach robbery and murder.
Season 2, Episode 32: The Gun14 April 1958
During an attempted hold-up, Hardie guns down a man who the outlaw leader claims was not a member of their gang. Hardie learns the man was an ex-convict who had gone straight after being released from prison and travels to the dead man's home town to learn what he was doing on the street at the time of the robbery.
Season 2, Episode 33: The Reward21 April 1958
Hardie rides into a small town to present a reward check to a man who helped prevent a stagecoach robbery. The fearful townspeople claim that they've never heard of the man and when the Wells Fargo detective investigates, he discovers the hero's grave.
28 April 1958
Hardie's train is robbed and he is left without funds in a small town whose businessmen refuse to grant him credit. With the help of friendly old pickpocket, Hardie manages to alleviate his money problems and bring the thieves to justice.
Season 2, Episode 35: Scapegoat5 May 1958
Hardie is sent to investigate the murder of a Wells Fargo agent and finds that the sheriff suspect their new schoolteacher, an ex-convict, of perpetrating the crime. Although Hardie's testimony sent the man to prison many years earlier, the investigator is convinced that the murderer is one of the town's and other leading citizens.
12 May 1958
A Wells Fargo manager has second thoughts about a stagecoach guard he recently hired despite the man's lack of references. He remembered that the new guard wore a belt buckle similar to those worn by a notorious family of Texas outlaws and fears that they may be plotting to rob a valuable shipment and asks Hardie to investigate the man's background.
Season 2, Episode 37: The Break19 May 1958
Hardie investigates a robbery and the murder of a Wells Fargo express agent. His only lead is a young outlaw who was wounded during the crime. With the help of the local sheriff, Hardie pretends to be Jesse James and tricks the youthful criminal into taking him to the gang's hideout. Once inside, Hardie is aided by a wanted man who he rescued from two murderous bounty hunters.
Season 2, Episode 38: The Sniper26 May 1958
While investigating the robbery of a Wells Fargo office, Hardie witnesses the murder of its agent from a bullet shot from the hotel across the street. Hardie's investigation quickly focuses on a number of suspects, including two Wells Fargo employees who have dark secrets they wish to keep hidden.
8 September 1958
15 September 1958
22 September 1958
29 September 1958
While attempting to deliver a golden owl to its wealthy purchaser, Hardy is attacked and the owl is replaced by one of lead while a Chinese religious society claims the owl was stolen from their temple in China.
Season 3, Episode 5: Faster Gun6 October 1958
13 October 1958
20 October 1958
So that a railroad section through the Dakota Black Hills can be completed, Hardie arrives to negotiate with the Pawnees who have killed a crew's hunter consigning the crew to meager rations and who continually harass the crew.
3 November 1958
10 November 1958
17 November 1958
24 November 1958
Season 3, Episode 12: The Killer1 December 1958
8 December 1958
Season 3, Episode 14: Cow Town15 December 1958
22 December 1958
Jack Kramer soon to be executed asks Hardy to help his son change his evil tendency in exchange for stolen Wells Fargo gold so Hardy takes the son from an orphanage placing him with a family but Kramer's murderous partner follows.
Season 3, Episode 16: The Dealer29 December 1958
5 January 1959
Season 3, Episode 18: Wild Cargo19 January 1959
26 January 1959
2 February 1959
Jim Hardie brings a gold shipment into an Army fort under Indian attack. The only commander left alive, a green Lieutenant, is uncertain of his command and doubted by his men. Jim believes helping him will pay off when his true character comes out.
9 February 1959
16 February 1959
23 February 1959
2 March 1959
Season 3, Episode 25: The Legacy9 March 1959
16 March 1959
Season 3, Episode 27: Toll Road23 March 1959
30 March 1959
Season 3, Episode 29: Terry6 April 1959
13 April 1959
Season 3, Episode 31: Bob Dawson20 April 1959
27 April 1959
4 May 1959
Season 3, Episode 34: Kid Curry11 May 1959
18 May 1959
25 May 1959
1 June 1959
15 June 1959
7 September 1959
14 September 1959
21 September 1959
28 August 1959
5 October 1959
12 October 1959
19 October 1959
Season 4, Episode 8: Tom Horn26 October 1959
2 November 1959
Season 4, Episode 10: Home Town16 November 1959
23 November 1959
30 November 1959
7 December 1959
Wells Fargo agent Jim Hardie investigates the hold-up of a Wells Fargo stagecoach. His investigation leads him to suspect a man of running the outlaw gang, but an attractive woman, the man's sister, begins to suggest to Hardie that he may be looking for the wrong ringleader.
Season 4, Episode 14: Long Odds14 December 1959
21 December 1959
28 December 1959
4 January 1960
11 January 1960
18 January 1960
25 January 1960
Season 4, Episode 21: The Canyon1 February 1960
Season 4, Episode 22: Red Ransom8 February 1960
15 February 1960
29 February 1960
7 March 1960
14 March 1960
21 March 1960
28 March 1960
Season 4, Episode 29: The Town4 April 1960
11 April 1960
18 April 1960
25 April 1960
2 May 1960
Hardie is assigned to deliver an expensive diamond to wealthy Sacrament lumber man for a payment but the gem he has is a duplicate meant to be intercepted by the daughter to disguise the fact she lost the original gambling.
Season 4, Episode 34: Pearl Hart9 May 1960
Based on the Arizona's feminist stage robber, Pearl Hart, who robbed the Globe stage May 30, 1899. She served time in Yuma Territorial Prison. Anne Francis played Pearl Hart in a Death Valley Days episode in 1964.
Season 4, Episode 35: Vasquez16 May 1960
23 May 1960
30 May 1960
5 September 1960
Season 5, Episode 2: Angry Town12 September 1960
Season 5, Episode 3: Doc Dawson19 September 1960
26 September 1960
17 October 1960
24 October 1960
7 November 1960
14 November 1960
21 November 1960
28 November 1960
5 December 1960
12 December 1960
19 December 1960
26 December 1960
2 January 1961
9 January 1961
16 January 1961
23 January 1961
30 January 1961
6 February 1961
An incoming stage has problems with a drunken, violent passenger. Hardie and the sheriff struggle to remove him. Soon, they realize the troublemaker is heavyweight boxing champion John L. Sullivan, and they've delayed him on his journey to an important match.
13 February 1961
Wells Fargo agent Jim Hardie (Dale Robertson
), becomes involved with a woman Wells Fargo agent, Nora Washburn (Mari Aldon
), whose brother, Tom Washburn (Jack Nicholson
), has become engaged to the daughter, Ruby Coe (Anne Whitfield
), of a former outlaw Jonas Coe (Morris Ankrum
27 February 1961
6 March 1961
Season 5, Episode 24: Fraud13 March 1961
20 March 1961
Season 5, Episode 26: Prince Jim27 March 1961
3 April 1961
10 April 1961
17 April 1961
24 April 1961
1 May 1961
Season 5, Episode 32: The Lobo8 May 1961
In the fifth episode, of the six-only episodes of this series directed by William Witney, Sam Horne (Jim Davis
), wanted by Wells Fargo for robbery and murder, is wounded in a gunfight. The robbed agent offers Jim Hardie (Dale Robertson
)a large reward, out of his own pocket, to bring Horne in, preferably dead. The other episodes directed by Witney were..."The Hand That Shook the Hand"..."That Washburn Girl" ..."The Remittance Man"..."The Jealous Man"...and "Rifles for Red Hand".
15 May 1961
In the sixth, of only six episodes, directed by William Witney
)in this series, Captain Rawlings (Carleton G. Young
), of the U.S. Calvary, asks Jim Hardie (Dale Robertson
)to find out if a woman operating a gambling casino,Leah Harper (Ziva Rodann
), is shipping illegal guns to the Indians via Wells Fargo.
22 May 1961
29 May 1961
5 June 1961
12 June 1961
Season 5, Episode 38: John Jones26 June 1961
Season 5, Episode 39: The Dowry10 July 1961
Season 6, Episode 1: Casket 7.330 September 1961
Jim and his foreman, Jeb Gaine, are busy moving onto the ranch purchased from Ovie and her two lovely daughters when the Wells Fargo agent is called back to service to retrieve plates used to counterfeit bonds. Hardie learns the plates were stolen by a group of former Confederate soldiers who plan to print enough worthless bonds that the United States economy would fall into shambles.
Season 6, Episode 2: The Dodger7 October 1961
A man sentenced to a ten-year prison term has released and is out to avenge himself upon the man who put him there - Jim Hardie.
14 October 1961
Acting on a tip that an outlaw gang may attack a gold shipment, Hardie and McCloud try to persuade group of stagecoach passengers to take the next stage so they can better protect the cargo. Each passenger has their own reasons for continuing the dangerous journey, and Hardie fears that the reasons of more than one are highway robbery.
21 October 1961
Ex-convict Davey Hewitt is thrown off the train in Gloribee. He meets two members of his old outlaw gang who try to convince him to join them in robbing a bank that contains a large gold shipment for Wells Fargo. Meanwhile Jessamie, the handicapped daughter of Hewitt's new employer tries to convince him to go straight.
Season 6, Episode 5: Tanoa28 October 1961
Hardie negotiates a new stagecoach route through Indian land with the local chief who is satisfied with the outcome. The tribe's young men, led by the warrior Red Knife, are looking for an excuse to return to the warpath.
Season 6, Episode 6: Mr. Mute4 November 1961
Two gunmen rob a Wells Fargo train compartment and then hide the money in the baggage of a fellow passenger, a clown who stage name in Mr. Mute. When the clown unexpectedly decides to disembark from the train in Gloribee to perform at the town fair, the criminals must scramble to retrieve their ill-gotten loot before the money bags are discovered.
Season 6, Episode 7: Jeremiah11 November 1961
Jeremiah Logart, a former friend of Hardie's, is prevented from robbing a Wells Fargo office by Jim and his men. After a gun battle, Jim and Beau pursue of the remaining gang members and trail Jeremiah to the remote ranch of a widow and her two young children.
18 November 1961
The estranged wife of a washed-up boxer returns to Gloribee to obtain custody of the couple's only child. Needing quick cash for legal fees, the boxer challenges the Frisco Kid, an up-and-coming pugilist, to a fight and wins, only to discover that the fight was fixed so that the Kid's crooked manager and his stooge could clean-up on side bets.
25 November 1961
Hardie and McCloud capture Matt Blackner, an aging outlaw who is suffering from heart disease. He agrees to turn the money he stole from a Wells Fargo stagecoach if he's allowed to visit his wife and daughter before he's thrown in prison. Blackner's last days aren't to be happy ones - his wife is dead, his daughter despises him and his former gang members are trailing him to get their share of the hidden loot.
2 December 1961
A veteran Wells Fargo stationmaster, about to retire, never gets the chance when two thieves stab him in the back and ransack the safe. Hardie suspects the killer is a part-time employee who disappeared after the robbery; Caleb Timmons and his sons want to find the man, too, since he ran off with Caleb's wife.
9 December 1961
Three dance hall girls are being transported to Nevada to serve as witnesses in the murder investigation of a Wells Fargo agent. The subject of the investigation has no desire for the girls to testify and goes to great lengths to see that they don't arrive, including raiding Jim Hardie's ranch where the women are staying pending suitable escort.
16 December 1961
Jamie Coburn, a member of Birch Morgan's notorious outlaw gang, agrees to turn himself in and help capture Wells Fargo capture the outlaw leader. Hardie allows the gunslinger to visit his ailing mother, but when Jamie returns home he learns his mother has died and his wife wants nothing to do with him in spite of the hefty reward Wells Fargo has paid for Jamie's assistance.
23 December 1961
Season 6, Episode 14: Trackback30 December 1961
Frank Lambert is furious when his kid brother, Wally, rides into his camp asking that the older man return the money he stole from Wells Fargo. He becomes even angrier when he learns that Jim Hardie followed Wally to arrest him. Meanwhile, Jeb Gaine becomes upset when his friends and neighbors lavish affection on him on his 60th birthday.
Season 6, Episode 15: Moneyrun6 January 1962
A former governor of a Mexican province flees to San Francisco with his family's money to buy guns for the revolutionaries. A gang of former Mexican soldiers operating with stolen papers plan to steal the money with the unwitting assistance of Wells-Fargo.
13 January 1962
An old flame of Jim Hardie's, now a famous concert singer, returns to California on a concert tour. The singer's father knows his daughter still carries a torch for Hardie and wants her to decide once and for all whether she'll be a chanteuse or a rancher's wife. Meanwhile her maid plots to steal her employer's fabulous collection of jewelry.
20 January 1962
Jeb's brother, Sergeant Gaine, discovers that three of his men have been falsely convicted in a drumhead court-martial for desertion to cover up for their commanding officer's illegal attack on a band of Piute Indians that resulted in the deaths of Wells Fargo stagecoach passengers. Hardie and Prentiss, the governor's agent, must act quickly to save the condemned men before Colonel Bledsoe can silence the potential witnesses against him by executing the soldiers.
27 January 1962
Katherine Murdock, a writer from New England, is hired by Wells Fargo to write a series of articles about the West and her first research stop is in Gloribee. Hardie discovers that she had already made up her mind that the West is nothing but a violent wasteland and a series of brushes with lawlessness does little to change her attitude. It takes chance meeting with a honorable outlaw for her to consider altering her preconceived notions.
3 February 1962
An ex-convict burning with the desire to avenge himself upon a judge who he insists falsely convicted him takes over a way-station and hijacks the stagecoach that Jim Hardie and an assortment of passengers are traveling in.
10 February 1962
Hardie investigates a stagecoach hold-up and discovers only a single letter was stolen. He learns that the letter was sent from a woman who fled an arranged marriage with a brutal land baron to an itinerant painter. The two men race to find the woman first - the painter to marry her and the land baron to disfigure his ex-fiancée.
17 February 1962
Cattle drovers waiting to deliver their beef to the railhead at Gloribee are making life miserable for the townspeople, but Jim Hardie won't accept the stock until they're cleared by a veterinarian. The local doctor died under suspicious circumstances and Hardie convinces his son, also a vet, to examine the stock and help solve the older man's death.
24 February 1962
3 March 1962
A blizzard forces the stagecoach in which Jim, Jeb and Tina are traveling to seek shelter in a ghost town. Investigating a light shining in the building that formerly served as the town's hotel, the passengers discover the town's last two residents barricaded against the expected onslaught of an escaped prisoner who is out for revenge.
Season 6, Episode 24: Chauncey17 March 1962
24 March 1962
31 March 1962
7 April 1962
14 April 1962
21 April 1962
28 April 1962
5 May 1962
Hardie hires The Great Reardon, a mind-reading act, to serve as the entertainment at Wells Fargo's 15th anniversary celebration. Reardon's act always involved trickery, but now he plans to use his wife's "powers" to swindle a mine owner out of $10,000 by claiming to be able to reveal the location of a missing vein of gold ore.
12 May 1962
19 May 1962
2 June 1962
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