In a film where the leading character is a composite of several American-frontier lawmen (mostly Wyatt Earp,) Clay Tallant comes to Silver City, Arizona in the 1880s and encounters wide-spread lawlessness and disorder, unscrupulous politicians, outlaws galore and brow-beaten citizens. He accepts the position of town marshal and, with his brother and a reformed outlaw , Tex Randolph, who comes over to his side, sets out to bring law-and-order where none exists. He also wins the hand of the singer appearing at the Opera House. Written by
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Hear Margot Grahame sing that rousing song of the trail, "Roll Along, Covered Wagon!
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Remade as The Marshal of Mesa City
Love's Old Sweet Song (Just a Song at Twilight)
Music by J.L. Molloy
Lyrics by G. Clifton Bingham
Played in a show and danced to by Margot Grahame
with James Bush
and Richard Dix See more