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"Captain Jim of the Texas Rangers: "The Train Robbery, Part 15"": Captain Jim and Ranger Bob carry Jane and Johnny back to the ranch. Johnny tells them



Appearing in Captain Jim of the Texas Rangers: "The Train Robbery, Part 15"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Bob

Villains:

  • gang of cattle-rustlers

Other Characters:

  • Jed Riley
  • Jess
  • Jane
  • Johnny

Locations:

  • Out West

Synopsis for Captain Jim of the Texas Rangers: "The Train Robbery, Part 15"

Captain Jim and Ranger Bob carry Jane and Johnny back to the ranch. Johnny tells them that he overheard the rustlers talking about a secret hideaway, so Jim lets the kids lead. In an instant, a shot rings out, spooking Jane's horse...

Appearing in "Jungle Fever, Episode 2"

Featured Characters:

Villains:

  • merchant ship's mutinous crew
  • Hernandez's boss
    • Hernandez

Other Characters:

  • Mr. Holloway (Behind the scenes)
  • merchant ship's captain
  • Island Natives

Locations:

  • the Tropics
    • an island
      • Holloway's Plantation

Vehicles:

  • passenger boat
  • merchant ship

Synopsis for "Jungle Fever, Episode 2"

Red and Curley fight the mutinous crewmen alongside the captain. With their help, the crew is rounded up quickly, without much trouble. To show his gratitude, the captain agrees to ferry the boys to the tropical island himself. Red and Curley say their goodbyes and take one of the life-boats to the shore.

A man watches them come closer to the island, and runs off to tell his boss. It wouldn't do for their plan to be ruined by two strangers, so the boss tells the man, Hernandez, to keep an eye on them. Meanwhile on the beach, Red and Curley try asking a local native where Holloway's Plantation is. The native becomes fearful, and tries warning them not to set foot in that dangerous place.

Appearing in "A Tale of Two Cities: Episode 11"

Featured Characters:

  • Jarvis Lorry

Supporting Characters:

  • Lucie Manette

Synopsis for "A Tale of Two Cities: Episode 11"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Steve Conrad, Adventurer: "The Revenge of Devachan, Part 3"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Myra Rutherford

Villains:

  • Devachan

Other Characters:

  • Captain Hugo Judd
    • Judd's schooner crew

Locations:

  • near Dolorosa Island

Vehicles:

  • Judd's schooner

Synopsis for Steve Conrad, Adventurer: "The Revenge of Devachan, Part 3"

Steve is awakened when the ship changes its direction. When he and the others go up on deck to investigate, they see a dead crewman tied to the ship's wheel. Devachan then swoops in on Steve and the two of them fall overboard!

Appearing in Captain Quick: "Episode Thirteen"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • his crew of privateers

Other Characters:

  • Quick's crew

Villains:

  • Lieutenant Grier (Final appearance)

Locations:

Vehicles:

  • the Bonnie Bess

Synopsis for Captain Quick: "Episode Thirteen"

Several days pass on the Bonnie Bess, the crew become restless as they have not come across a single Spanish ship to raid. Down below, Grier, a lieutenant of Captain Quick's crew, is stirring angrily. He starts to consider taking over as captain of the vessel. Eventually, he challenges Quick to duel over the captaincy, which Quick accepts. The two battle with their swords in front of the entire crew. Though both are adept with the blade, Quick soon disarms Grier, putting him at his mercy.

Appearing in "Monastery of the Blue God, Episode 2"

Featured Characters:

Villains:

  • Count Kraft Von Bolander

Other Characters:

  • Lieutenant Miller
  • Baroness Elsa Von Saxenberg
  • Miss Vivan Kroningeld

Locations:

Synopsis for "Monastery of the Blue God, Episode 2"

Captain Stewart learns that he has to return to America the day after tomorrow, meaning he only has one day to win Elsa's heart. He meets her for dinner that night, but is disappointed when she brings her friend, Vivan, along with her. Oddly while they are being served, Count Von Bolander walks into the restaurant with an acquaintance, and takes a seat at a table next to Elsa and Stewart.

Captain Stewart and Elsa say goodbye to Vivan after dinner. Later on, while they are high up on the Eiffel Tower, Stewart proposes, hoping Elsa will join him in America. But she denies him, not wishing to leave her life behind. But she does care for him, and when they arrive at the Paon Royale, she shares a secret about her sapphire with him. The Sapphire was sent to her along with a silk cylinder containing a message from her father, an archaeologist who uncovered a great treasure and was killed by the 'Blue God'. Stewart is intrigued by the story, and so he decides to travel to Mongolia, from which place her father was last heard, and find the treasure! All in the name of impressing Elsa enough for her to reconsider.

But the cylinder disappears. Stolen! And Douglas Stewart knows who the culprit must be...

Appearing in Hardluck Harry: "Shanghai Pete, Part 7"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Foo Chow

Villains:

  • hostile cannibals

Synopsis for Hardluck Harry: "Shanghai Pete, Part 7"

After accidentally sinking the ship, Harry and Foo Chow are pulled out to sea, with only a plank to keep them afloat. They float for awhile on the open water until landing on an island. Too bad the natives are hostile cannibals...

Appearing in She: "Episode 9"

Featured Characters:

  • Horace Holly

Supporting Characters:

  • Leo Vincey

Villains:

  • She

Other Characters:

  • Job
  • Ustane
  • Chief Billali

Synopsis for She: "Episode 9"

The priestess, She, demands Horace tell her where he received the ring on his finger. Horace, in shock and fear, can not recall and tells her such. Her fierce personality fading away, she simply dismisses him. When She is again alone, she weeps into her pillow over her lost love, who once wore the exact same ring Horace had now.

Back at the natives' camp, Leo has become terribly ill. The chief, Billali, reports that he will likely die by morning. So afraid for Leo's life is Horace, that when She holds a trial to punish those that attacked him and his party, he asks her for help in healing Leo. But when she agrees to see him, she is suddenly overcome with emotion at the sight. Leo looks exactly like her dead lover, resurrected from the grave.

Appearing in The Vikings: "Episode 15"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Sundgrid

Villains:

  • High Druid Modred
    • his Druids
  • Elsa

Vehicles:

  • Ivar's longship (missing)

Synopsis for The Vikings: "Episode 15"

Modred, newly appointed leader of the druids after Hasylwyn's betrayal, is about to light the flames under Sundgrid. A hand reaches out to stop him, that of Hasylwyn, who claims the Sacred Oak sent him a sign that it was displeased with the sacrifice. Asking for proof, Modred is suddenly struck by an arrow that seems to have come from the direction of the Oak. The other druids scramble off in a panic at this 'sign', which ultimately turns out to be Ivar and his crew. Cutting Sundgrid's bonds, Ivar takes her and Hasylwyn back to where they landed the boats. But Ivar discovers that their vessel has been taken away from the shore, leaving him and the others trapped.

An injured Modred tells his brother druids that the arrow came from a Viking, not the Sacred Oak, causing them to become furious over the attack. The Vikings prepare for battle against the robed men, who come yelling with weapons out of the woods.

Appearing in "The Golden Dragon: Episode 10"

Featured Characters:

Villains:

Other Characters:

  • Ken
  • caravan people
  • Pan Chi-Lou
  • Doris
  • Bob
  • Don
  • Reilly

Locations:

  • China
    • fortified monastery

Synopsis for "The Golden Dragon: Episode 10"

Though Ian searches all over the monastery, he is unable to find the person who lit the candles. Doris finally convinces him to come back out to the courtyard, where it feels safer. But still, even while everyone was eating a meal prepared by Ken, Ian couldn't help but think about the mysterious candle. Who was the person who lit it? And to where did they disappear? A trumpet breaks him out of thought, as outside the monastery gates a messenger shouts that he has a message for their companion, Pan Chi-Lou. He said that it was for Pan's ears only, but when they looked about the camp, nobody could find him anywhere.

Appearing in Don Coyote: "Knights of the Royal Bull, Part 3"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Hamburger
  • Hash

Villains:

  • slave ship captain
    • his crew

Vehicles:

  • slave ship

Synopsis for Don Coyote: "Knights of the Royal Bull, Part 3"

Don Coyote and Hamburger are placed in the brig on board the ship... But no one notices as Hash comes up with a way to cause a distraction, making one of the crew unknowingly play as the scapegoat.

Appearing in Sandor and the Lost Civilization: "Rajah Maharajah, Part 11"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Elaka (wild dog)

Villains:

  • Rajah Maharajah
    • his many servants and spies

Other Characters:

  • Benar the Fakir

Synopsis for Sandor and the Lost Civilization: "Rajah Maharajah, Part 11"

The palace gates have closed before Sandor could make it out. The alarm is sounded, and the Rajah's guards begin searching the palace thoroughly. Sandor finds some brown powder and spare cloth in some baskets nearby and disguises himself as a guard. Meanwhile, Benar is found by a high priest, who listens to his story and offers his assistance. Elaka, worried for Sandor, runs back into the wilderness to seek aid from the pack of wild dogs.

Back at the palace, Sandor has managed to knock out the sentinel standing guard over a secret passageway. In all the excitement, the perspiration from his body has washed away much of the brown powder, so Sandor discards the disguise. Down below in the passage, he watches a man go through a door with a mysterious key. Sandor is so eager to follow, that he fails to notice anyone behind him until a dagger is thrown, narrowly missing his head.

Appearing in Detective Sergeant Carey of the Chinatown Squad: "Murder at the Thousand Bleeding Dragons, Part 2"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Sleepy

Villains:

  • two Chinese killers

Locations:

  • Chinatown

Synopsis for Detective Sergeant Carey of the Chinatown Squad: "Murder at the Thousand Bleeding Dragons, Part 2"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Slim and Tex: "The Snatch"

Featured Characters:

  • Slim (Final appearance) (Apparent Death)
  • Tex (Final appearance)

Supporting Characters:

  • Algernon T. Entwhistle
  • Grace Fowler

Villains:

  • some gunmen

Locations:

  • Out West

Synopsis for Slim and Tex: "The Snatch"

Slim and Grace Fowler ride the horses along the canyon road. Their short trip is interrupted when a car pulls up besides them, and men bearing guns order Grace to get inside. Slim tries fighting them off with his fists, but is shot in the back by one of the thugs. Tex and Detective Entwhistle hear the gunshots from back at the ranch, and they quickly ride out to the canyon to find out what happened. Seeing Slim's injured form lying in the roadway, with Grace Fowler nowhere in sight, angers Tex. While Entwhistle takes Slim to the medic, Tex takes off after the tire tracks left by the car and trails it to a cabin. He looks through the window to see Grace all tied up, and so he decides to draw them out, so that there won't be a chance of her getting hurt.

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