CROSSOVERS WITH OTHER WESTERNS

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This Specialist Collections page lists stories archived on LancerLovers and Lancer FanFiction, and some listed on multi-fandom archives or an author’s own site, that crossover with other western TV series.

To see links to the Titles sub-pages and all the other special collections lists – Episode Tags, AU/AR stories, Holiday-themed stories etc. – go to the main TITLES page.

If you’re looking for a particular author’s work, you’ll find their author page via the AUTHORS list.

You can use this menu to find the other western series you want:

Alias Smith and Jones
(The) Big Valley
Black Saddle
Bonanza
Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman
Gunsmoke
Have Gun Will Travel
High Chapparal
Johnny Ringo
Laramie
Magnificent Seven
Rawhide
Tombstone Territory
Wild, Wild, West

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ALIAS SMITH AND JONES

Alias Smith and Jones recounts the story of outlaws Hannibal Heyes and Jedediah “Kid” Curry, who led the Devil’s Hole Gang in Wyoming, but who are now trying to reform. The governor offers them a conditional amnesty, aiming to keep the pact a secret. The condition is that they will still be wanted until it becomes politically advantageous for the governor to pardon them.

Gunfighters by Stardust (at WWB)

Lancer and Curry by Sage (at Yucca Press)

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(THE) BIG VALLEY

The Big Valley is the story of the Barkley family, and their ranch near the town of Stockton in 1870s California. Stockton was a main stop on the newly opened Transcontinental Railroad, and an important town. The Barkleys – widowed matriarch Victoria, sons Jarrod (a lawyer), Nick, Eugene (mostly absent and unlamented), daughter Audra, and Heath (the illegitimate son of Victoria’s late husband, accepted into the family) – were important people in Stockton.

Because of a Galloping Horse by RonD

(The) Bet by S.

Burning Bridges  by Buckskin

Departures (#1 of a duology) by S.

El Diablo (#3 of a trilogy) by S.

Figure This by Whistle

In The Name Of The Father (FFN link) by geturkicks66

Just Tell Me Why by Robyn B.

Man Of The Year by Marilyn

Misunderstandings by Winj

(The) Path Well Traveled (Path Well Traveled Series #3) by Maureen

Pentalogy by S.     
Nameless
Hurdles
Legends
Visions Of The Past
Words And Actions

(The) Pilgrim by Chris

(The) Pleasure of Their Company (R-rated) by KarenF and Randy

A Real Good Man by Morgana

(The) Real Johnny Madrid by Linda B (Kona)

Saving Grace (link to FFN) by AnalisaPh54

Social Standing by dnjlwilson

Stockton by Sprite

Streets of Laredo by OpalGirl

Surprise Series by Terri
The Surprise
The Gifts
The Dates
The Easter Bunny
The Chase
The Exchange
The Homecoming
The Squirrels
The Duchess
The Deal
The Mountain Man – FIRST PLACE Lancer Writers Awards: Best Humorous Story

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BLACK SADDLE

Black Saddle was a short-lived series about Clay Culhane, a former gunfighter who became a lawyer after his brothers were killed in a shootout.

Streets of Laredo by OpalGirl

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BONANZA

The most iconic TV western, Bonanza chronicled the lives of the Cartwright family of the Ponderosa ranch in Nevada, near Virginia City, headed by patriarch Ben Cartwright.  He had three sons, each by a different wife: Adam,the eldest; second was Hoss ; with Little Joe, the youngest.  According to Wikipedia, Bonanza “was considered an atypical western for its time, as the core of the storylines dealt with Ben and his three dissimilar sons, how they cared for one another, their neighbours and their land.”

About Horses by Winj

Did I Hear You Mention Boston? by DJK (At WWB)

Lily of the West by SilverWolf

(The) Pleasure of Their Company (R-rated) by KarenF and Randy

Southwest of Nevada by Kate (CMT)

Three Kings (FFN link) Latebloomnriter 

Walk in the Desert (A Bonanza/Lancer Crossover ) by Karen F.

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DR QUINN, MEDICINE WOMAN

Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman, set just after the Civil War in 1867, features a female physician from Boston (Michaela (Mike) Quinn) who moves to Colorado Springs to set up her own practice. Adopting three orphans, she settles into life in the West, proving a woman can be a successful doctor, and eventually marries Sully, a local man.  

Jackrabbits, Snow and Christmas Trees (Lancer/Dr Quinn X-over) by LindaB and Ros

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GUNSMOKE

Gunsmoke takes place in and around Dodge City, Kansas in the 1870s. The central character is lawman Marshal Matt Dillon, supported by friend-sorta-deputy Chester, Doc Adams, and Miss Kitty. The latter is the owner of the Long Branch Saloon.

Amigos Del Alma by Flynnie

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HAVE GUN WILL TRAVEL

Have Gun Will Travel follows the adventures of a man calling himself “Paladin”, taking his name from that of the foremost knights in Charlemagne’s court, an investigator/gunfighter working for people who hire him to solve their problems.

By George, I Think He’s Got It!  by Patti H.

(The) Star Pupils (link to FFN) by PollyVictorian

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HIGH CHAPPARAL

The High Chaparral is the ranch owned by the Cannon family in the Arizona Territory during the 1870’s. Characters : 50-year-old John Cannon is the patriarch, his younger brother Buck, his son Billy Blue, second wife Victoria Montoya, daughter of Don Sebastian Montoya, a wealthy Sonoran rancher and her brother, Manolito.

Fugitive by Winj

Three Kings (FFN link) by Latebloomnriter 

(The) Tinder and the Match by Ros

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JOHNNY RINGO

Johnny Ringo is loosely based on the life of the notorious gunfighter and outlaw, in which he gives up gunfighting to be sheriff of Velardi in the Arizona Territory.

Two Of A Kind (link to FFN) by KelticDream13

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LARAMIE

Laramie is the story of the Sherman Ranch and way station for the Great Central Overland Mail.  The ranch is twelve miles west of Laramie and is also called “Twelve-Mile House”.  Slim and Andy Sherman run the ranch with the help of Jonesy, and Jess Harper a gunfighter and drifter.

A Man’s Good Name by Ros

Everafter by Arrenall

Farewell to a Friend (link to FFN) by kayaklady

(The) Feud (link to FFN) by kayaklady

Three Friends Christmas by EJ

Unexpected Events On A Trip by EJ

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MAGNIFICENT SEVEN

Not the original 1960’s movie (itself a remake of a Japanese film The Seven Samuari) but the Magnificent Seven TV series. Seven men bring the law (of sorts) to a western town. To quote Wiki: “one infamous gunslinger; an ex-bounty hunter; a smooth-talking con artist; a young eastern amateur; a womanizing gunman; a freed slave turned healer; and a former preacher seeking repentance.”

(The) Big Gamble (ext link to AO3) by rowdy_tanner

Blood Trail by gemspegasus

Fresh Blood by Maureen
WINNER- Magnificent 7 2015 Convention Fanfiction Contest

Crossover with The Magnificent Seven series by Jennifer
Showdown In Four Corners
Gunfight In Nogales

True Lancer (link to FFN) by WolfPrye

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RAWHIDE

(The) Ring-Tailed Tooter by Karen and Nancy

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TOMBSTONE TERRITORY

Tombstone Territory was set in Tombstone, Arizona Territory. The show’s main characters were Sheriff Clay Hollister and Harris Claibourne, editor of The Tombstone Epitaph (an actual newspaper that still exists in limited form). Claibourne narrates each episode as a report from the newspaper’s archives.

Tombstone Territory: Riding the Silver Trail by SandySha.

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WILD WILD WEST

After Escape by S.

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3 thoughts on “CROSSOVERS WITH OTHER WESTERNS

  1. scgreetings@yahoo.com

    I love cross over stories as well. As alternative reality.
    I did write a Wyatt Earp cross over with shotgun Gibbs it’s in my coming home series’titled National Mule Day.
    Thank you for all you do for us Lancer fans

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