Buffalo Bill, Jr. - S01E24 – Rails Westward
Bill falls for a pretty girl when she and her father arrive in Wileyville. He and Judge Wiley convince the newcomers to buy the stagecoach line from its shifty owner. The man is happy to sell since he knows that the railroad is building a spur to Wileyville, and his company will soon be worthless. When the pretty blonde blames Buffalo Bill for encouraging the bad business deal, the youngster determines to get her family’s money back.
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