Laramie is an American Western television series that aired on NBC from 1959 to 1963. A Revue Studios production, the program originally starred John Smith as Slim Sherman, Robert Fuller as Jess Harper, Hoagy Carmichael as Jonesy and Robert L. Crawford, Jr., as Andy Sherman.
Slim Sherman's in love with June Brown, a winsome stranger. But Jess recognizes the girl --- as a professional blackjack dealer.
While Jess is acting sheriff of Laramie, a notorious yet cowardly bounty hunter targets one of Jess' friends.
While delivering $10,000 to the stage office, Slim manages to stop one holdup attempt, but a second attempt is successful, leaving Slim to chase down the missing money and the robber.
A bank robbery leads to the recovery of a high-strung horse from Slim's ranch, and prompts a disagreement between Slim and Andy.
When Jess goes to help an old prospector friend, he crosses Matt Jessup and his gang, who have the townsfolk too scared to talk.
While catching mustangs, Slim and Jess save a man's life, and Slim offers the man a spot at the ranch, to Jess' chagrin.
Slim and Jess hope to sell horses to the stage line and collect the extra money offered, so Jess goes in search of horses to sell.
When a new marshal arrives in town, he and Jess don't get along and Jess refuses to be deputized until a neighbor is killed and all hands are needed to defend the town.
A bounty hunter turned sheriff comes looking for Jess, who has a price on his head for the killing of Blake Wilkie.
Outlaws take over a town nearly emptied by a rumor of gold, leaving Slim outnumbered and unable to go for help.
Fran Ericson returns to Laramie looking for revenge on the stage company she blames for her father's ruin.
The shooting of a neighbor's son on Sherman land refuels the feud between the Shermans and the Parkisons, leading Ben Parkison to kidnap Jess.
A Sioux attack and a stagecoach carrying gold -- plus five passengers -- both come to Laramie on Christmas Eve.
When he kills the sheriff chasing him, an outlaw switches identities with the dead man and tries to fool Slim and Jess.
The so-called Robin Hood of the West saves Jess from a trio of Sioux warriors, then holds up the stage, robbing a banker and giving the cash to an elderly couple.
Slim finds the town turning against him when he presses charges after a neighbor kills Slim's new ranch hand.
An ex con forces Jess to take him to Utah, where Jess had killed the con's brother -- and where that brother had hidden a large sum of cash.
When a cattleman who double-crossed Slim is later found dead, Slim becomes the prime suspect in the man's death.
A sick passenger arrives on the stage, looking for Jess, who wants nothing to do with the new arrival.
A wounded outlaw's brother kidnaps Slim and a vet and takes them to the gang's hideout to tend the injured man.
An injured marshal, transporting a prisoner to court to testify, is forced to seek help at the Sherman ranch, where they are surrounded by gang members who want to prevent the prisoner's testimony.
When Slim is wounded and another man killed, Jess hunts the shooter, identifying the man by his horse.
Slim's half-Cheyenne neighbor considers inviting some of his tribe to join him on the ranch he inherited from his father.
A professor from the East asks Slim to guide him to his friend's gold strike from a decade earlier, but there is more to the professor than meets the eye.
Jess frees a bounty hunter's prisoner who'd saved his life years earlier; having discharged his debt, he decides to look into the man's crime to see whether he should be left free or recaptured.
Jesse comes upon a starving drifter who thinks Jess is going to shoot him; Jess and Slim offer the drifter a job.
Jess is put to the test when he is asked by the Army to hunt down a thief who's stolen a payroll delivery -- but the thief is an old friend who once saved Jess' life.
Slim is taken as a substitute for a condemned man by a farmer who is desperate for the $100 bounty to be paid upon delivery.
When Jess rides shotgun on a stage carrying an Army payroll, robbers take the cash and leave the passengers stranded in the desert.
An old outlaw, hoping to spend his last years in peace in Laramie, asks for Slim's help in clearing his name.
Jess gets a call for help from his old partner, Dixie Howard, who once saved Jess' life, but the man Jess once knew has changed.
With an increase of Sioux attacks on the stage, Slim suggests repairing an old road as an alternate route.