Buck Bonner, posing as the recently deceased Morning Glory Kid, is sent to round up the Mort Ringer gang. Buck finds Ringer and joins up with his gang. But he is in trouble when Slim and ...
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Buck Bonner, posing as the recently deceased Morning Glory Kid, is sent to round up the Mort Ringer gang. Buck finds Ringer and joins up with his gang. But he is in trouble when Slim and Bud who buried the Kid arrive and expose him as a Marshal. Written by
Maurice VanAuken <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This film's earliest documented telecasts took place on the East Coast in New York City Thursday 8 July 1948 on WATV (Channel 13) and in Philadelphia Tuesday 15 November 1949 on WFIL (Channel 6), and on the West Coast Tuesday 8 August 1950 on KTSL (Channel 2). See more »
The Riding Avenger finds Hoot Gibson much against his will posing as the notorious Morning Glory Kid but Hoot's really a deputy marshal sent to bring in a gang of rustlers headed by Stanley Blystone.
These are some nasty varmints who among other things have killed June Gale's father as well as rustled his cattle. With that Snidely Whiplash gleam in his eye Blystone considers Gale a part of the spoils of crime.
Unfortunately Blystone doesn't have an understanding or tolerant wife, he's got for a wife Ruth Mix, daughter of Tom Mix. In the end Blystone finds out there's nothing like a woman scorned when she's aroused.
The Riding Avenger is a no frills and easy to take B western which the Saturday afternoon matinée kids I'm sure enjoyed.
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