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Quote1 I swear you love the taste of an argument! Here we are, fightin' fer our lives against God-knows what, shape-changin' green lizard people turning inta cowpokes an' bears... an' all the while yer layin' inta me. I don't appreciate it, Annie. Quote2
-- Kid Colt

Appearing in "Last Stage to Oblivion"Edit

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Synopsis for "Last Stage to Oblivion"Edit

Kid Colt and the Arizona Girl escort a stagecoach into the town of Wilcox. They defend the coach from a group of Apache warriors. When they arrive in town, they decide to settle down at Keller's Hotel. In the hotel lounge, Kid Colt recognizes several customers including Jesse James, Wild Bill Hickock and the Rawhide Kid. He approaches Rawhide, who acts defensively, and doesn't appear to recognize him. When Rawhide prepares to attack Colt, Arizona Annie withdraws her gun and shoots him. They discover that Rawhide (as well as the other patrons) are actually shape-shifting aliens known as Skrulls. They race outside and the Skrulls assemble to kill them. Annie shoots down several with her shotgun, while Colt manages to take out a few more with sticks of dynamite. After ferreting out the Skrull threat, the two outlaws ride off into the sunset.


Appearing in "The Philadelphia Filly"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Philadelphia Filly"Edit

A down-and-out gambler known only as "Spender" boards a train and engages in a poker game with a grim, sullen-faced patron. The stakes are high, and Spender is confident that he will win the hand. Suddenly, a woman known as the Philadelphia Filly enters the car and exposes Spender as a cheat. However, she is actually trying to save his life, as she knows that the other gambler plans on killing him. She helps Spender escape from the surly gambler and the two manage to get off the train.

Appearing in "Stagecoach to Shotgun Gap!"Edit

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Several men on the Overland Stage notice the Rawhide Kid and Nightwind racing up alongside them. Fearing that he may be a robber, they open fire on him. The Kid shoots their guns out of their hands without causing any harm. Bringing the coach to heel, he explains that he merely needs a ride. Once inside, he meets a scared old woman and a man who is taking his son to a specialist in St. Louis. As luck would have it, a real posse of outlaws hold the stage up. The Rawhide Kid leaps from the cabin and disarms the thugs with several quick shots from his Colts. He then puts his guns away and finishes them off with some good old fashioned fisticuffs.


Appearing in "The Man Who Robbed the Express"Edit

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  • Brett Brown - (Only Appearance)[1]
  • Silent Jefferson - (Only Appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "The Man Who Robbed the Express"Edit

A convicted rail robber named Brett Brown has recently been released from prison. Unwilling to lead a respectable life however, he immediately returns to his old tricks. He boards a rail car and inquires about sitting near the mailbox location. The conductor tells him that the mailbox car is off-limits and is guarded by a rail detective. Brett spies a well-dressed mustached man, and instantly deduces that he must be the undercover detective. Finding an unkempt hobo named Silent Jefferson, Brett conspires to rob the train. He direct Jefferson to distract the detective, allowing him time to rob the train. However, it turns out that Jefferson is actually the rail detective and arrests Brett Brown. The well-dressed mustached man was simply a passenger en route to New York City.


Appearing in "Those Who Live by the Gun..."Edit

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An outlaw named Blackie and his friends catch the Rawhide Kid napping under a tree. Taking the opportunity to get revenge on him for past offenses, they hogtie his legs, and string him over a tree limb. The Kid manages to escape however and deftly the entire posse. He leaves them bound against a tree, and rides off into the distance. When a local sheriff and his deputy come upon Blackie's gang, they lie and tell him that a large group of men had ambushed them. They refuse to admit that they had been so quickly taken down by a single gunslinger.



  • The opening narration from The Philadelphia Filly is a paraphrased version of the lyrics from the Kenny Rogers song, "The Gambler".


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  • None.

Footnotes

  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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