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.
Jess and Mort search for the men who robbed the Laramie bank and shot Mike; after finding two, they learn the third man may be in Chlorine, so Jess heads out alone.
When Slim's former commander is wounded while riding the stage, he makes a stop at the Sherman ranch to rest and size up the politicians who are urging him to run for president.
Slim's girlfriend, feeling neglected, turns her attention to a charming gunslinger who's targeted her for extortion.
While he's acting sheriff, Jess finds his sister in Laramie, trying to get permission to bury her husband, who was a well-known outlaw.
As Slim escorts young Virg Walker back to Laramie, it is discovered that Virg is using money from a stage coach robbery and murder.
Injured on the trail, Jess is found by an old friend who has been rustling cattle in the area, and finds himself mistaken for one of the rustlers.
Shooters from miles around gather in Laramie for the annual Sunday Shoot, but when some disagree with the outcome, Slim and Jess step in.
Outlaws who rob and then kill a wealthy rancher find their escape is slowed when their booty -- weighty gold coins -- becomes difficult to transport.
Some women suffragettes arrive in Laramie, and Daisy invites two of them to dinner at the ranch, though Slim and the leader of the group don't see eye to eye.
When a young woman dies at the ranch, Jess escorts her son to his father, unaware that the mother wanted the boy to go to her sister in Denver.
The son of a wealthy rancher is severely injured in a wagon accident while his father is away, and upon his return, the father is furious about the medical care given.
Jess fills in for the sheriff, hoping for a quiet weekend, but a bank robbery in Casper leads to issues in Laramie.
Upon returning home from a cattle drive, Slim learns a neighbor's son was killed when he stayed behind in Riverton.
When he's attacked, Jess returns fire but winds up shooting the man in the back in the scuffle, prompting the man's brothers to come to Laramie seeking revenge.
A man searching for his runaway daughter stops at the Sherman ranch, where he learns that she's a saloon girl involved with outlaws who have targeted the stage line.
Trouble follows when Jess runs into an old friend who tries to convince Jess to join his outlaw gang.
Slim and Daisy are invited to Stacey Bishop's wedding, where trouble is expected, since Stacey's ex is determined to stop the nuptials.
Jess tries to help a former outlaw who's trying to go straight, but finds himself drawn into the man's troubles.
Jess searches for Slim, shot and left to die by an outlaw following a robbery, but the captured shooter refuses to talk.
Slim and Jess try to avert bloodshed when they assist neighbors whose ranch has been set afire and from whom horses had been stolen.
Slim goes on the hunt for the shooters after returning to the ranch to find Jess and a stage executive shot.
Bob Blayne's sons come looking for Jess, bent on revenge because Jess maimed their father years ago; though Jess tries to avoid a shootout, when Slim is injured Jess is forced into action.
Slim investigates when a ranch fight leads to death, but Slim is not convinced the Arapaho chief found with the body is the killer.
Though they don't trust him, Slim and Jess are forced to watch an injured ex-con who was forced to assist in a bank robbery.
While on the trail with a couple facing financial issues, Jess and the couple find a mule loaded with sacks of gold.
When he plans to ride shotgun on a stage carrying a bank shipment, Jess is asked to look the other way and allow a robbery, but when Jess tries to have the man arrested, the office manager refuses to press charges.
Jess finds remains of a U.S. Army wagon that disappeared during the war that contained $60,000 in gold.
Slim and Jess try to help a mysterious stranger who's been hiding in the mountains, killing Sherman cattle and leaving gold pieces to pay for the animals.
Jess is critically wounded when he tries to warn Marshal McGary, who is transporting a prisoner to hang, that the prisoner's brother plans to attack the tumbleweed wagon.
Jess catches a man in the freight office who he thinks is casing the place for the Logan gang, though he has no proof.
Slim finds an injured young woman, only to be mistaken for one of her kidnappers when her father finds them.