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.
Daniel Trenner is wanted for court martial because of his cowardice several men is his platoon lost their lives. Josh is after Trenner for other reasons and wants to stop the trial.
Emily Kendrick hires Josh to keep her beloved Harry from drinking himself to death, she has matrimony on her mind and with the arrival of Harry's brother for the wedding, she wants to make sure that all goes as planned.
Josh is delivering a female prisoner and becomes smitten with her, unknown to him is her accomplice, who is following them to break her loose.
Josh is on his way to River City to pick up three prisoners, when an unexpected tornado destroys the jail, killing the sheriff. Josh is on the hunt to recapture the escapees.
A Boston newspaperman accompanies Randall on a manhunt to obtain an exclusive story, but his pacifism offers problems when Randall corners his prey.
Johnny Haywood, a childhood friend of Josh's, claims to be innocent of the crime he is accused of. When he escapes, Josh is ordered to bring him back - dead or alive.
Josh captures a notorious killer but no one wants to testify against him, until a surprise witness come forward, his mother.
Josh is hired by the men of the town to try and persuade the ladies to return to their homes after rebelling against their husbands' gunplay.
When Josh mistakenly brings in the wrong man, the man is released and finds the real criminal, and notifies Josh of the man's whereabouts.
Josh and a phony medicine man help out a man who was framed and falsely accused of the theft of a huge sum of money.
Josh is hired by Beth a widow, to find her runaway son, who is currently in the care of her vindictive mother-in-law.
Jane Koster asks Josh's help with her husband, Frank who is also a bounty hunter. He is out looking for Stacy Lenz with a score to settle and Jane fears for his life.
Josh with prisoner Tom Fellows in tow, stops in the town of Center City overnight, unaware that one of Tom's cohorts is devising a plan to free him.
Josh Randall faces the wrath of a terrified Mexican village when he attempts to protect a schoolteacher who refuses to give in to the local witch doctor. The witch doctor demands that she be allowed to treat the schoolteacher's expectant wife.
Josh is hired to find Baa-Baa a beloved pet of Mrs. Goode's. Her husband is desperate to find Baa-Baa as he is in the dog house with her until Baa-Baa returns. Josh reluctantly goes and looks for the lost sheep admist much ridicule from other ranchers and cowboys alike.
Sarah Lawton's identification led to killer Clem Robinson's conviction. Now Clem has escaped from prison, and Josh is hired for protection by Mrs. Lawton because her lawyer husband is a coward.
Josh is asked to meet a client at the hotel, at his arrival he is shot. Josh tries to figure out who is behind the shooting.
Josh is hired by Harry Weaver to find his twin brother Pete. Pete is using his resemblence to his brother to get away with murder.
Josh tries to return an old friend and former sheriff who robbed a bank to stand trial, but the journey becomes dangerous after another bounty hunter gets involved.
Josh is hired by Frank Hagen to protect his deaf-mute daughter Carol Hagen while he's away on business. During Josh's stay at the Hagen Farm, he encounters a strange drifter and former bank robber named Harry Brice accompanied by his criminal partners.
A timid photographer named Archie Warner comes west with hopes of being the first to shoot a photo of a famous Mexican bandit. Josh happens to be a friend of "El Gato", and is hired by Archie to meet him.
Martin Fairweather has two lovely daughters which are the objects of a young man's affection. Papa doesn't want to lose his best cook and best cleaner so he proceeds to chase any possible suitors away. Josh's job is to distract Papa long enough for the girls to elope!
After being coerced into stealing a large amount of money from his workplace, Charlie Glover has a change of heart and hires Josh to help him return the money before his boss finds out.
Yoshika Nakamura comes west to find a man named Bill Timmons who promised to marry her when he visited Japan. Yoshika hires Josh to help her locate Timmons, and during his venture learns about Japanese culture.
Barbara Decker asks Josh to find her husband Paul and bring him back alive before the Taggert brothers catch up with him for murdering their brother.
Josh tries to reconcile an old friend and his son while they pursue a pair of escaped prisoners who make off with Barney's horses.
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