Next Episode of Wanted: Dead or Alive is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Wanted: Dead or Alive originally aired in black and white on CBS. The pilot aired on the series "Trackdown" in March 1958. Bounty hunter Josh Randall was unlike any bounty hunter, he usually gave half or all of his reward money to good causes. He was a gentlemen and very respectful of the elderly. He was a man of few words and seemed to lack emotion but he was adept at using his gun, not an ordinary gun but a .44-.40 sawed-off 1892 Winchester carbine which he had on his "Mare's Leig", BUT the cartridges in his belt were .45-.70! His catch phrase in almost every episode was "Let's Go" which he spoke softly and sounded more like les goo. A treasure one not to be missed, especially to see Mr. Cool himself, Steve McQueen.
Josh goes after two brothers, Andy and Carl Martin, who killed his friend Marshall Jeff Wilcox.
Josh is on the trail of an army deserter who has put up fake wanted posters about and army commander that he served under.
Josh hunts for a vicious bounty hunter named Clark Daimler who gunned down an elderly fugitive wanted for murder.
Josh is hired to find and apprehend a ranch worker who stole $10,OOO, and then disappeared.
After losing one thousand dollars in a poker game to a stranger named Dan Poe, who claims to know where the wanted 'Shawnee Bill' can be found, sends the money away and introduces himself as Shawnee Bill, in order to get his award, Josh escorts the man over 170 miles to Colorado.
Josh goes after a gunman he has never seen and can only identify by the peculiar way he draws his gun.
A mother superior ask for Josh's help to find and free a nun taken hostage by a gang of outlaws who's boss is being escorted to Tuscon for trial.
Josh Randall tracks down a man wanted for murder and turns him over to Sheriff Chute Wilson, but later learns that the Sheriff is corrupt and begins to have doubts about the wanted man's guilt.
Josh pays a visit to his friend Sheriff Gladstone and offers his help to escort an attractive woman prisoner, who has killed three men, to another jail.
Attractive Stacy Torrance is wanted for murder, and when Josh learns her alleged victim, her husband Leo is alive, he tries to clear her of the charge.
Josh searches for a robbery suspect in a town run by outlaws.
A woman's wish to find her missing husband involves Josh in a murder conspiracy.
Sheriff Eckert let's his prisoners escape so two bounty hunters named Evans and Stoner can collect the reward money so it can be split three ways. Josh arrives in Red Rock with a prisoner and is placed in jail accused of using unfair tactics to get hold of the bounty.
Josh is returning a prisoner to jail aboard a stagecoach, when he, the prisoner, and the coach driver are waylaid and menaced by two escaped killers who are heading for the Mexican border.
Josh and a passenger are the only two people that survived an Apache attack on the stagecoach that they were riding in. The two have a long walk to the next relay station, not realizing that the Kreager brothers are on their trail hopeing to free their brother who was in Randall's custody but died during the attack.
Josh is hired for an unusual assignment: bring in Santa.
Frank Parrish and his partner are after a diamond ring worth $20,000. They way-lay the pony express carrier carrying the package that has the ring. When the rider doesn't return to the town of Tipton, Josh Randall is hired to find the courier and the ring.
A lynch mob overtakes Josh and his prisoner Brace Logan. Josh is overpowered and later, during his investigation he learns that Logan is innocent and the son of a respectable citizen is the real murderer.
Josh must reach Bannach to prevent the execution of an innocent man. The only way to get in time is by stagecoach. The one that Josh happens to pick is carrying boxes of dynamite.
Searching for wanted murderer Vic Warsaw, Josh is told that Warsaw was gunned down in a small town. But one clue alerts the bounty hunter that Warsaw may still be alive.
Several escaped convicts believe that Josh's prisoner was responsible for sending them to jail, and are intent on revenge.
While taking time away from his regular duties, Josh finds himself confronted by two bounty hunters who think he is on a big paying job, and they want a piece of the action too.
Gabe Henshaw hires Josh to find the body of his son named Will. During his investigation, Josh learns that Jed Miller, the town's leading business man, killed Will in order to get Abbie Fenton, the love interest of Will Henshaw.
Josh's army buddy, Ned Easter, is running for mayor against a ruthless candidate named Barney Pax, whose brother, the town's murderous Sheriff is wanted for murder.
Accused of killing a friend, bounty hunter Josh Randall tries to prove himself innocent.
Fugitive Ted Nelson will surrender to his friend Josh Randall if his wife shares the reward. But another bounty hunter named Foley is closing in.
A wealthy rancher puts a bounty on Josh so he can hire him to lead himself and his children into the desert and find a one-hundred years old treasure.
Josh comes to the defense of a boy accused of murdering an undercover Pinkerton detective aboard a train. With the help of a stable owner, Josh attempts to track down the real killer and bring him to justice.
Josh is hired by an opera singer to help find her sister who was kidnapped and held for a $5,000 ransom.
Josh's old friend, Jesse Holloway is in love with the town's hotel owner, Meghan Francis, who is being threatened by a monstrous businessman named Kovak who wants to take the hotel over at any cost. Jesse sends for Josh to try and keep Kovak away, if possible without any use of violence.
Fifteen years ago apache's kidnapped Damon Albright's daughter. The only way he can get her back, is after Josh marries her.
While Josh track a suspected murderer, the fugitive's father plots to prevent the capture of his son.
When Josh kills a young man in self-defence, the victim's father, head of a religious cult, orders the bounty hunters death.
Josh Randall is hired by a 10 year old girl to find her father, the reports of whose death she refuses to believe.
A banker hires Josh to find his runaway son, who has joined a mercenary army that preys on mexican towns.
Josh tries to reconcile two families who's feud has reached dangerous proportions.
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