Frontier Doctor

(1958-1959) The adventures of Bill Baxter, a doctor in the town of Rising Springs, Arizona during the early 1900's. Starring Republic B-Western star Rex Allen. Many episodes directed by Republic veteran William Witney and utilizing Republic's vast library of action footage! Available in Mpeg2 and Mpeg4 digital formats.

Crooked Circle 10/18/1958. The doc is called to heal a stern cattle baron who has been ambushed. His grand daughter wants him out of the way.
Trouble in Paradise Valley 12/27/1958. Ranchers stricken by drought are being repossessed. The doctor helps a poor family with health problems.
San Francisco Story 10/4/1958. On the way to San Francisco, Dr. Baxter meets a prominent lawyer who is wounded in a hold up. He follows up the case and uncovers murder.
Mystery of the Black Stallion 11/8/1958. The doctor helps horse breeders who insure a race horse with a crook who will benefit from the horse’s death.
Gringo Pete 5/2/1959. A dying outlaw is pardoned from prison to help bring his old gang to justice, but he double crosses the authorities.
Fury in the Big Top 11/22/1958 A lost, ill girl who can’t speak leads the doctor to a mysterious death at a traveling circus and her wrongfully imprisoned father.
Flaming Gold 6/20/1959 Settlers are being driven off their land by oil drillers. The doctor investigates the death of a lawyer friend who was defending them.
Drifting Sands 3/28/1959 A nurse on her way to visit Dr. Baxter is kidnapped and replaced by a woman who plans to rob a hypochondriac of her diamonds.
Danger Valley 4/11/1959 The doctor joins a posse chasing an escaped train robber who may carry the contagious disease diptheria.
Three Wanted Men 10/11/1958 Dr. Baxter is captured by a gang of outlaws who need him to patch up a wound.
Apache Uprising 10/25/1958 Dr. Baxter attempts to effect a truce between residents of Rising Springs and their apache neighbors.
Double Boomerang 11/1/1958 Dr. Baxter is perturbed by the many mine caualties is being called on to treat.
The Desperate Game 11/29/1958 Dr. Baxter attempts to upset the plans of a gambler who has been blackmailing a respected doctor into signing false death certificates.
Great Stagecoach Robbery 12/6/1958 Dr. Baxter gets involved with a famous theater actress, the Dalton gang and Stolen jewlery. With Lee Van Cleef.
Shotgun Hattie 12/20/1958 Dr. Baxter risks his life and reputation to stop an eccentric widow and her accomplices from declaring her stepson insane.
Shadows of Belle Starr 1/3/1959 Dr. Baxter saves an adolescent boy from juvenile delinquency.
The Bittercreek Gang 1/31/1959 Dr. Baxter poses as an ex-convict to aid the law in tracking down a gang.
The Big Frame-Up 3/21/1959 A girl announces that her husband and his brother have quaralled and killed each other, but Dr. Baxter is suspicious and starts an investigation.
The Homesteaders 4/4/1959 A young cowpoke finds himself caught up in a range war with his girlfriend's homesteading family.
Superstition Mountain 5/9/1959 Dr. Baxter makes a Hazardous trip into Comanche country to give medical aid to a cavalry trooper.
Man to Man 6/21/1959 Dr. Bill Baxter becomes involved with a boy and his drunken father who once served with Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders.
Iron Trail Ambush 12/13/1958 Dr. Baxter foils a sabotage plot against a railroad project in Arizona.
Belle of Tennessee 1/3/1959 When a colorful frontier woman is murdered, Dr. Baxter introducing the fingerprint technique, sets out to find the murderer.
Broken Barrier 2/7/1959 Dr. Bill Baxter becomes involved with an attractive woman from the east, who has inherited an oil field near the town of Rising Springs.
Woman Who Dared 2/14/1959 An unreasonable mother threaten's her daughter's happiness when she opposes the girl's forthcoming marriage.
Storm Over King City 2/21/1959 Dr. Baxter learns he has inherited a half interest in a gold mine.
Law of the Badlands 2/28/1959 Attending the wounded of both sides in a battle between U.S. Cavalry and renegade Apaches, Dr. Baxter almost loses his life.
Elkton Lake Feud 5/16/1959 families have almost annihilated themselves.

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