Broadcast: 2nd January 1950
Added: Jan 15 2012
“To friends and neighbors alike, Steve Adams appeared to be nothing more than the young owner of the Broken Bow cattle spread. But when danger threatened innocent people, and when evil-doers plotted against justice, the Steve Adams, rancher, disappeared and in his place came a mysterious stalwart Indian, wearing the dress and war paint of a Comanche, and riding the great golden palomino Fury, galloping out of the darkness to take up the case of law and order throughout the west comes the legendary figure of STRAAAIght ARROW!”
Dave Carter and his wife Caroline had been city folks back east and when the westward rush began they like so many others sold out house and home and headed for the frontiers and a new life. But although they meant well they were not accustomed to the difficulties of the journey and by the time the wagon train which they had joined reached the town of Pinto they were as weary as the broad oxen who had brought hem that far. That was when they fell prey to a pair of scheming land boomers named Slip Halstead and Bill Deaver.