Features Guy Madison as Wild Bill, and Andy Divine as his side kick Jingles. Always riding on the side of the law,
Bill and Jingles head into the town of Bitter Creek. Someone in town is doing some blasting, and our heros have a close call. There are some shady dealings going on in town, and Bill may find himself mixed up in even more trouble.
The railroad is going through, but accidents are happening. What’s going on? Somebody is snapping up the ranches for a song, especially after the man of the ranch has been killed, leaving his family destitute.
Besides being a show geared for kids, and chocked full of adventure, adults can enjoy the mystery as it grows, and plot twists develop. Then just when the bad guys seem to have the upper hand, Wild Bill uses the bandits own deeds to work against them. While letting the outlaws assume they killed him, Bill solves the mystery, and exposes who is behind thIe dirty deeds.
Note: The first season of episodes are undated, and apparently were broadcast as local stations could fit them in. The series began in 1951, and often aired more than once per week.