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 and Jess come to the aid of a family of entertainers whose wagon breaks down as they travel East; unbeknownst to all, the family is being followed by a group of men who think the family is transporting opium.
Slim and Jess are in dire need of a housekeeper so the judge will allow them to keep Mike on the ranch.
When Daisy takes Jess to the dentist in Cheyenne, Jess is deputized to transport a prisoner back to Laramie.
After his son is killed, Carl Sanford and his surviving sons decide to use the Sherman Ranch to exact their own brand of justice on the killer as he's being transported to prison.
Jess is unwittingly riding shotgun on a payroll stage that has been rigged to wreck; after the robbery, Jess trails the bandits to Billings.
An ex-con from Slim's past shows up on the ranch, seeking assistance from Slim, who grudgingly agrees to help.
While visiting Laramie, Daisy discovers a dead body on the floor down the hall from her hotel room, but she has trouble getting people to believe her when she identifies the killer.
Jess saves a crippled Blackfoot youth from a scalp hunter despite the Army edict that forbids settlers from helping a member of the Blackfoot tribe.
Slim finds himself caught between an Army colonel and the Sioux nation when the colonel tries to force his agenda after Wounded Knee.
Jess, acting as deputy while Mort is in Denver, must foil a murder plot against an ex-con, who is also seeking revenge.
Slim's attempt to help an old friend goes awry when the man is suspected of murder.
After threatening a rancher, Jess is framed when that rancher is murdered, and must join an outlaw gang while trying to clear his name.
When Slim saves the life of a young Arapaho woman targeted by the Cady brothers, she insists that she belongs to Slim thenceforth.
When his horse is stolen while he's on the trail, Jess tracks the horse and the thief to a village, where he contacts the sheriff, but is stunned when the youth is given a death sentence for the crime.
Appointed by a cattleman's group to look into a spate of rustling, Slim finds himself tracking a man and a woman, who've been stealing cattle together for some time.
An illiterate youth finds himself caught between a pair of drifters who want him to join their life of crime, and Daisy, who hopes to rehabilitate the boy.
A man running from a posse returns to Laramie hoping to win back his wife and daughter, claiming he's reformed, though he is not what he seems.
A stolen horse leads Slim to a war between squatters and cattlemen in the high country.
Jess must find the man who stole his identity, his money, and ultimately left him for dead and facing a hanging if he survived.
While acting as sheriff, Slim tries to help a man and his wife who've run afoul of the Catlin brothers.
Jess is riding shotgun on a stage shipping cash to Denver that has been targeted by a pair of outlaws armed with dynamite.
When both a stage and the relay station are attacked by Sioux braves, Slim and Jess must rescue Mike, Daisy and the single coach passenger.
A rancher's daughter goes in search of Slim, hoping to save her father from hanging, since Slim is her father's alibi.
Slim, Jess and Sheriff Corey shoot down an outlaw, who turns out to be a teenager. When the townspeople learn that their sheriff has been shooting children, they think it's time to replace him.
Slim's old flame returns to Laramie to sing in her ex-con boyfriend's newly re-opened casino, but the boyfriend has plans for Slim.
Jess offers to help a neighbor whose ranch is threatened by a wildfire, but the neighbor instead asks him to pick up the man's mail-order bride.