"Whitey" Rivell wins the Dry Grass Rodeo and is hired by rancher Gregory Walters, who wants him to hook up with the gang of Hawk Decker to get evidence they killed his son and nephew.Later,Rivell and the ranch hands are in the saloon when Walters enters and declares he has discovered the identity of the killer. The lights are shot out, and when they come on again, Walters is found stabbed with Rivell's Bowie knife in his back. Unable to explain, Rivell makes a getaway where, in the hills, he meets Molly Henderson, whose grandfather "Wild Horse" Henderson, has told her he knows Rivell is not guilty of any of the killings. Unknown to Walters, who has recovered from the stabbing,his foreman Bart Hunter is working with Decker against Walters, and Hunter also plans to double-cross Decker after he tidies up a few things. Cowhand "Six-Bits" tells Rivell the background before Rivell rides to rescue Molly, who has been captured by one of Hawk's henchmen. Walters is leading the Rocking U ... Written by
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This film was first telecast on New York City's pioneer television station W2XBS 26 March 1941. See more
Can you keep your mouth shut?
Mr. Walters, compared to me a clam is just a gossipy old woman.