Lucas and Mark have traveled deep into Mexico looking to buy a seed bull. They are stopped by a bandito, Miguel, who takes their horses and ties Lucas to a tree for a slow death. Mark is taken prisoner and forced to work for the bandits. Lucas manages to escape and makes his way to a small village who know only too well about Miguel. They nurse Lucas back to health and when Miguel shows up in town with Mark in tow, Lucas has a chance to set things right. Written by
Did You Know?
Vaquero, the Mexican word for cowboy, is the source of the English word "buckaroo". See more
Lucas and Mark are in Mexico 150 miles from the Rio Grande. Most outdoor scenes in The Vaqueros (#4.1) have Joshua trees. Joshua trees (yucca plants) have a limited range mostly in California and western Arizona. They should be hundreds of miles from the nearest Joshua tree. See more
We will take everything from you - including your money.
Chuck Connors breaks the 4th wall in the opening credits after he shoots his riffle and then stares into the camera. See more