The Camp and Larkin families are neighboring ranchers and young Rod Camp (Bob Steele, is in love with Joe Larkin's (William Farnum)daughter, Margie (Lucile Browne.) But, from out of nowhere, Joe's outlaw brother, Bill Larkins (George 'Gabby' Hayes) and his two worthless sons, Holt (James Flavin), and "Slim" (Archie Ricks, and move in with the peaceful and law-abiding branch of the family. In addition to rustling cattle from the neighboring ranchers, Hold and "Slim" decide they have kissing-rights to cousin Margie, and this leads to Rod having a fight with them at a barn-dance. When his father (Charles K. French catches the renegade Larkins rustling and changing brands on his cattle, he is shot. Rod sets out to prove they are the culprits. Written by
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BOB ALWAYS GETS HIS MAN (original print ad-all caps)
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The earliest documented telecasts of this film took place in Los Angeles Tuesday 6 September 1949 on KNBH (Channel 4) and in New York City Sunday 4 December 1949 on the DuMont Television Network's WABD (Channel 5). See more