Young men of the Pony Express brave harsh conditions. With Josh Brolin, Anthony Zerbe, Stephen Baldwin.
Emma, the Kid and Teaspoon try to prevent a shootout between Hickok and a vicious adversary.
An Indian raid on a nearby way station prompts the townspeople's hostility against Buck
Killers seek the only witness to a stagecoach massacre before he can testify against their leader.
Lou attempts to rescue her younger brother and sister, who have been kidnapped from the orphanage.
The riders try to rescue a runaway slave accused of murder.
A novelist avenges a beating by Hickok with writing a story that incites others to challenge the cowboy.
The Kid learns his long-lost brother may be part of a plan to steal a gold shipment.
Kid captures a Dakota brave at the site of a massacre and brings him to justice.
Indians trap Hickok and Emma at an Army post, and the commanding officer orders him shot.
Hickok falls for a married woman, then is a suspect when her husband is murdered.
A woman claims to be Teaspoon's daughter; her companion plots to steal a fortune Teaspoon never knew he had.
An argument with Teaspoon prompts Hickok to quit the Pony Express and join a gang of gunmen.
The Kid winds up in a slave-labor gang after being railroaded in a corrupt town.
Lou drops her male disguise in a distant town and is romanced by a robber.
A dying mountain man asks Cody to look after his pet bear; the riders take in an infant.
Emma's husband (Cliff De Young) tries to convince her he has changed.
Buck falls for the daughter of Sweetwater's corrupt and prejudiced new bank owner (Lloyd Bochner).
An educated stranger's attempts to emulate Hickok lead to trouble.
A former teacher instigates a potentially deadly confrontation between Hickok and a ``friendly'' adversary.
The riders help Marshall Cain avenge the murder of his wife.
A murderer targets Alamo survivors, one of whom is Teaspoon.
The riders face the beginning of the Civil War.
The Kid is secretly enlisted to help the Army identify a renegade dissenter.