Classic Westerns Collector's Set V. 3
Death Rides A Horse
Bill- a witness to the robbery and murder of his parents when he was just a boy - embarks on a quest to hunt down the gang responsible. Only one of the outlaws, Rob, had been apprehended for the crime and was f-rced to take the punishment for the whole group. Now fresh out of jail, Rob wants to get even with his former cohorts for leaving him to take the blame. During his search, he meets up with Bill and the two find themselves as unlikely partners in their pursuit of vengeance.
The Gun And The Pulpit
In an attempt to dodge a wrongful murder charge, Ernie Parsons - a quick-witted gunslinger - flees his own hanging and poses as a traveling preacher he discovered dead in the desert. With the preacher's clothes and horse, Ernie acts as the deceased, making a name for himself across the West with his unusual technique of aiming his six-gun at disbelievers. But when Ernie becomes too involved in the community of Castle Walk, he finds that being a man of God may be more than he bargained for.
Distraught by the murder of his parents and the kidnapping of his sister by a group of vicious outlaws, a teenage boy, Tom Thurston, is abandoned and angry. Enlisting the help of a gunslinger, the two seek revenge on the malicious man responsible. Although vengeance is sweet, Tom's search for justice steals his youth and f-rces him to wrestle with his inner demons.
Cattle baron Arch Stroble favors his ranch-hand, Owen Daybright, whom he has raised since boyhood, over his biological son, Lee. Jealousy leads to lies, confrontation and an abundance of plot twists and turns - including an illegitimate child attempted murder - before a righteous resolution is reached.