Paladin is hired to find Colonel Celine in order to get him to sign an important document.
Paladin and a local hero go in pursuit of a gang of bank robbers but the hero may not be what he seems.
A letter from a friend brings Paladin to a bar where he's drugged. He wakes up chained and in the company of a man with a similar story and a woman who's path they've both crossed before.
Carl Soddenberg committed a heinous, murderous act. When a doctor feels he should be freed because he was mentally imbalanced at the time and now is cured, Paladin is hired to get him to an asylum and keep the family's survivors at bay who are out for revenge.
Paladin serves as umpire for a Wild West baseball game.
When a calf is found dead, a rancher seeks revenge on another.
The Darrow and Tyler families have been feuding so long they don't remember who started it. It's up to Paladin to help them decide if the feud should continue.
Mrs. Kilmer is dying and asks Paladin to find her missing son, Martin Kilmer. Edwards, a detective, managed to trace Martin as far as Harper City, where Edwards was then killed. Fred Harper, a half crazy man who runs Harper City, doesn't want Paladin to succeed.
Paladin is taking Blandings back to stand trial and stops at a ferry crossing. They are captured and held along with three others. Someone is coming and they are being held until he arrives. Each thinks it's their worst enemy coming to kill them and all they can do is wait.
Ben Huttner is a fugitive wanted for manslaughter. He is also the illegitimate son of a very wealthy man and stands to inherit his five million dollar estate, but he must first come back and stand trial. Paladin is hired to find him and either bring him back to stand trial or get him to sign a paper giving up his inheritance.
Paladin is hired to escort Jonathan Guilder through Indian country.
Paladin urges a momma's boy farmer to win back his wayward mail-order bride, by besting party-animal neighbor Rud Saxon in a dance contest. The meek farm-boy hired Paladin to teach him to outdraw the usurper, but Paladin convinces him that he can win her Greek heart with his feet.
Paladin crosses paths with Sarah Gibbs on her way to see her husband's hanging for a crime he did commit. A proper burial is all she is seeking but she has a paper that says she can't even visit him. When one deputy wants to just drop the bodies in the mine, there is a tug of conscience between the relatives, Sarah and Paladin.
A hen-pecked rancher, in San Francisco to marry his housekeeper, hires Paladin to help him get out of doing so.
Paladin is hired to find the princess of a tiny kingdom who disappeared while making a United States tour.
A puppeteer gives Paladin a wagon ride to an Army fort commanded by a general with presidential aspirations.
Have gun - will collect taxes. Paladin teams up with a powerful rancher to collect taxes from some of the roughest cattle-rustlers in the West. But how will he get the money when the man he's riding with has vowed never to pay a cent?
Costigan is a land owner and cattleman. He was shot by Clemenceau, a squatter on his land. Paladin has offered to help him get rid of the squatter but doesn't approve of his methods.
A girl bandit robs and kills a stagecoach driver for $50,000. When Paladin catches up to her he finds out she is no lady but with his help is willing to learn.
As a favor to an old friend, Paladin captures two teenagers sentenced to hang. Then, he finds himself face-to-face with an old gunfighter who wants the pleasure of hanging the boys who killed his brother. In the end, Paladin wonders how young is too young to be responsible for your crime.
When Jesse May is shot, Paladin begins to believe that a boy murdered him.
Paladin rides into a Texas town at Christmas time and encounters a saloon full of merrymakers. Soon afterward a cowboy brings in a pregnant girl who may not survive the impending birth. The town doctor is down for his annual drunken stupor. Paladin tries to enlist help but the the patrons would rather party.
Paladin rides upon Buddy Webster's mining camp, who needs a big favor. He has been prospecting for gold dust the last five years. He asks Paladin to help him get to Jackson City to find a girl he believes is waiting for him. With Paladin's help, this young miner quickly learns the ways of the world.
Billy Banjo, a friend of Paladin, asks Paladin to help with a fair election.
Aaron Bell is on the warpath to bring his brother's lynchers to justice. Paladin is hired to protect a town from Bell.
Paladin goes after a wagon-master who led the massacre of his own wagon train. Rusty Doggett hides out in a town entirely populated by wanted outlaws. Finding someone to betray Doggett in the Bide-a-Wee Saloon is no problem, but crossing the death-line with his prisoner is very tricky. How much justice can Paladin bargain for in Hell ?
Paladin comes to pay his respects to the mother of a Chinese man who is killed. She asks Paladin to meet a ship bound for China and see that her granddaughter is brought safely aboard.