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Description: "Radio Ranch": Singer Gene Autry discovers a race of advanced humans living beneath the earth. Created to compete with the successful Buck Rogers franchise, this was unique because they had a singing cowboy, horses and a more conventional "old West" setting. "Ghost Patrol": A Professor creates a death ray that will cause airplanes to crash and is forced by baddie Dawson to use it on those carrying money. When nattily attired government agent, Tim McCoy arrives to investigate, he is mistaken for a noted outlaw so assumes that identity so Dawson will make him a partner. "Tombstone Canyon": One man's (western legend Ken Maynard) search for his unknown identity and the ranch war instigated by "The Phantom Killer" he encounters on his quest. "Riders of the Whistling Skull": Stony, Tucson and Lullaby, the 3 Mesquiteers go in search of a missing archeologist who vanished while searching for the Lost City of Lukachukai. Their search takes them to a huge rock formation known as the Whistling Skull. There they find the missing professor who's been kidnapped by a sinister Indian cult, along with a number of mummies. "Sky Bandits": Sgt. Renfrew and Constable Kelly go aloft to search for a plane missing with a shipment of gold form the Yukon Mine Company after professor Lewis' power ray disrupts its electrical system causes it to crash. Outlaw Morgan and his gang chide the professor to increase his ray's range, misleading him into believing he's assisting the government. "Gun Packer": Our hero finds himself investigating stage robberies where the stolen gold mysteriously disappears. Apparently, a senile ex-con has a secret that allows gold to disappear. Assuming a false identity, he learns the professor's secret, but as usual, his true identity is revealed. "Saddle Mountain Roundup": The crusty old rancher was right when he said people wanted to kill him for his money. An interesting mass-up of money, singing cowboys, a character who talks to his dummy, trap doors and secret passages in a dark old house. "Vanishing Riders": Sherriff Bill Jones (Cody) enters an allegedly haunted and supposedly deserted silver boomtown which has a single occupant Hiram. A ranch owner hires Wolf Larsen's gang as ranch hands, who plan to steal the cattle but Cody's adopted son comes up with a plan to foil the thievery. How? He uses ghostly make-up and skeleton sheets for the riders and their horses, to chase the superstitious rustlers.