Starring Karl Weber and Bill Griffis
“Across the rugged Indian Tegrritory, rides a tall young man on a mission of mercy; his medical bag strapped on one hip and his six-shooter on the other. This is Dr. Sixgun. Grey Matson, M.D. was the gun-totin frontier doctor who roamed the length and breadth of the old Indian territory; friend and physician to white man and Indian alike, the symbol of justice and mercy in the lawless west of the 1870s.” Dr. Grey Matson is a frontier physician in the 1870s in a town called Frenchman’s Ford. These stories are told by a gypsy peddler, Pablo, who has a talking raven named Midnight as his sidekick.
Chief Tall Horse’s Son is Poisoned – 7/1/54, Wall Street Comes to Frenchman’s Ford – 7/8/54, Belle and the Baby – 7/14/54, Colonel Turo – 7/22/54, Trouble at Fort Apache – 7/29/54, Fred Garth Accused of Murder 8-5-54, Valuable Water Rights – 8/12/54, Night Riders – 8/19/54, The Last of the Aztecs – 8/26/54, No Guns in Rails End – 9/2/54, Pop Wheddon Makes it Up – 9/9/54, Ringo Kane – 9/23/54, Jeb Oliver – 9/30/54, The School Teacher – 10/7/54, Sing For a Drink Cowboy – 12/12/54, A White Pony for Christmas – 12/19/54.