The Adventures of Jim Bowie
This 1830 Louisiana story follows a rich planter who encounters all sorts of characters in the backwoods, always ready to defend himself.
S01:E03 - The Adventure With Audubon
Jim Bowie intervenes when the French elements attempt to identify John James Audubon as their missing Dauphin ? but he prefers American citizenship. Audubon was world-famous as a painter of birds.
S01:E04 - Deputy Sheriff
Jim Bowie accepts an appointment as a deputy to protect a prisoner from mob violence, who, being son of a French society at odds with Americans, is falsely accused of a crime committed by his father.
S01:E10 - The Secessionist
Commissioned by President Andrew Jackson to aid an Army Major sent to foil a plot to withdraw Louisiana from the Union, Jim Bowie is forced to impersonate him when assassins arrive on the scene.
S01:E11 - Land Jumpers
Duprez, the owner of a land grant that gives him the prior title to a large tract that Jim Bowie and his brother have recently sold, is forcibly evicting the buyers, alleging they were defrauded.
S01:E16 - The Return of the Alcibiade
Jim Bowie takes a detour on a trip home from Christmas when a thief steals the gift he was taking to his mother. In pursuit, he lands on a plantation where he is mistaken for someone.
S01:E18 - A Horse for Old Hickory
Jim Bowie, Sam Houston (later to be the first governor of Texas) and Jean LaFitte, the pirate, are clashing characters, all in competition in bidding for a racing mare for President Jackson.
S01:E19 - The Beggar of New Orleans
When an alms-seeker, who has brought good luck to Jim Bowie, is brutally attacked for no apparent reason, Bowie finds him a haven with the 10-year-old Marquis and his aunt.