First, Lash La Rue and sidekick Al "Fuzzy" St. John discover that their friend has been murdered, and set out to catch the killer, in "Dead Man's Gold" (1948). "Mark of the Lash" (1948) finds Lash and Fuzzy going up against a saloon owner who wants to control the local water supply. Marshall Reed co-stars. Then, Lash poses as a crook in order to infiltrate an outlaw gang, in "Frontier Revenge" (1948). St. John also stars. In "Son of a Badman" (1949), Lash and Fuzzy are charged with finding the true identity of a mysterious criminal known as "El Sombre." With Noel Neill. The duo faces some dangerous desperado dames, in "The Daltons' Women" (1950). La Rue, St. John star. Next, the bullwhip-wielding Lash teams up with the Pinkertons to take down a band of bad guys, in "The Vanishing Outpost" (1951). St. John co-stars. And, in the last film in the Lash La Rue series, it's a case of mistaken identity for Lash when he's confused with "The Frontier Phantom" (1952). St. John (in his final screen appearance) also stars. Two-disc set also includes "Outlaw Country," "Son of Billy the Kid," "King of the Bullwhip," "The Thundering Trail," and "The Black Lash." 12 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English.