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Branded followed the life of Jason McCord, former Captain in the U.S. Cavalry. Court martialled for cowardice under fire during the Battle of Bitter Creek from which McCord was the only survivor, McCord knows he is innocent but refuses to pin the blame where it belongs, his commanding officer, General Reed, who died in the battle.
Jason is forced to take charge of a prisoner on a stagecoach after the men making the transfer are killed. One of the surviving passengers is an officer that served on Jason's court-martial board.
Jason's Indian friend Red Hand is forced to stand trial to prove that he's "human" under white man's law.
Jason comes to the aid of Ann Williams, the daughter of an old friend who publishes the local newspaper and is risking her life to stand up to a corrupt politician, Paul Mandell.
After an outlaw hits him over the head, Jason wakes up and returns to town, and discovers that a drifter has managed to kill the outlaw and is taking credit for Jason's "death".
When Jimmy Whitlaw's father dies of fever, the young boy becomes the center of a fight for water rights that his father owned.
After a survey of Alaska, Jason returns to Seattle with information for William Seward that will help him convince the U.S. government to buy the northern land. But some men intend for that information to stay buried.
Jason comes to the aid of a man who claims that he can testify to prove Jason's innocence at Bitter Creek.
Jason's friend Rufus now works as an undertaker, and his coffins are part of a scheme by three bank robbers who are using the unwitting Rufus.
Jason visits the grave of a friend, Johnny Macon, and remembers how they met when the Indians captured them both.
The Indians capture Macon as he tries to free Jason, and force the two men to fight to the death.
PT. Barnum plans to use Jason's reputation as the Coward of Bitter Creek to create a new Wild West Show.
After Jason cashes a check for $10,000 from a cattle drive, bank robbers steal the money and Jason rides after them.
Jason gets involved in a fight between a rich land owner and gypsies when a gypsy courts the owner's daughter.
Jason takes sides in the fight between the gypsies and the local land owner, Aaron.
Lucas helps Julius Perrin, who is running a makeshift orphanage and who is opposed by a local man and his son.. who may have shot someone.
Three wolfer brothers interfere with McCord's attempts to return a white Indian to her people.
Edwin Booth hires Jason to protect him from the people that hold him partially responsible for his brother John's assassination of Lincoln.
Jason remembers the events of ten years earlier that brought him and General Grant together.
When Jason ends up the sheriff of Silverton, the townspeople soon object when Jason orders a ban on guns.
While in town to witness a friend's hanging, Jason tries to reunite him with his son who is considering turning to a life of crime.
McCord tries to help his friend in a range war, but the man brings in barbed wire and the other rancher plans to stampede cattle to bring down the wire... no matter who gets in the way.
Jason brings a sick friend to a town for treatment. The friend dies and Jason is stricken ill, and the townspeople want him out.
President Grant asks Jason to secretly determine if General George Custer is preparing a Presidential bid.
Jason tries to learn who is setting his friend George Custer up to attack the Indians and set off a war.
Jason learns the truth about the supposed Indian raids from the Sioux, and tries to warn Custers... but the conspirators have other plans.
Jason helps transport $25,000 in gold and goes up against a gang of teenagers who intend to take the gold.
Jason is called back to DC by President Grant, and soon discovers that assassins are targeting Grant because of his plan to open up the Black Hills for prospecting.
Jason discovers that Ashley's Cuban associates plan to assassinate Grant during a fencing demonstration.
Jason takes a job protecting newspaperman Horace Greeley from unknown assassins.
Jason returns home and finds himself up against a freight company owner who will do anything to keep the railroad from taking away his business.
Jason takes in the 11-year-old daughter of a bank robber that he killed, but her father's fellow robbers will do anything to get back.
Willard Sage(Joe Darcy)
John Pickard(General Phil Sheridan)
Lee Van Cleef(Charlie Yates)
Chuck Connors(Jason McCord)
Jim Davis(James Swaney)
John Carradine(General Josh McCord)
William Bryant(President Ulysses S. Grant)
H.M. Wynant(Lionel MacAllister)
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