It's the opening of the Cherokee Strip and Ling Carter has slipped in early and now controls the new town of Big Rock. His old nemesis Dick Hudson is also there but he is unsuccessful in ... See full summary »
Ace returns to the town where he is suspected of murder. He quickly become involved in the scheme to keep Barbara Roberts from reaching her ranch. To inherit the ranch she must reach it by ... See full summary »
Musical comedy antics in an art deco bakery (motto: "Glorifying the American Doughnut") with Eddie Cantor as an assistant to a phoney psychic, who is mistaken for an efficiency expert and ... See full summary »
A. Edward Sutherland
Government agent Red Barton is sent to a small western town to find both the source of a recent series of gold robberies and the method they use to get the gold out of the county unseen. ... See full summary »
To increase profits for his shipping company, Lynch has goaded the Indians to attack both the telegraph line and the new railroad. When Lynch sells rifles to the Indians, Rod Farrell ... See full summary »
Ace owns just about everything around except for the Bank, which is owned by John Ware. Ace also has his eye on Judy, but Judy only has eyes for Clay. Since Ace is a crook, he holds up the ... See full summary »
B. Reeves Eason
Tal is in a lot of trouble. Seems that his father has been murdered while he was in Montana and they put the blame on him. Also, he has been framed and sentenced to 10 years hard labor for ... See full summary »
Sent by President Lincoln to prevent an outlaw band from hampering the war effort, secret agent Red Colton is ambushed and his identity papers stolen, setting him up to be accused by the ... See full summary »
Bids submitted to win the U.S. Mail contract for their stagecoach lines are entered by both singing cowboy Bill Harkins and the Banton brothers, Roy and Bart. During a stagecoach race to ... See full summary »
When Major Burton is killed and his horses rustled, Ranger Steve Ainslee joins the outlaws in their drive north. Seeing Judge Blake's name on the payoff check, Steve plans to trap Blake and... See full summary »
The Indians need the Buffalo to survive and the Government has promised to keep the herds free from hunters. But Carter, of Carter and Barton, just signed a big contract for furs and ... See full summary »
Frank Sr. sells his supplies to Hook, but then Hook has the Bannion Boys bushwhack his wagon to get the money back. Frank is murdered, but Junior gets away. He comes back 10 years later to ... See full summary »
It's the opening of the Cherokee Strip and Ling Carter has slipped in early and now controls the new town of Big Rock. His old nemesis Dick Hudson is also there but he is unsuccessful in his battle with Carter. But when Carter turns to rustling and then to murder, Lawyer Hudson is ready. Written by
Maurice VanAuken <email@example.com>
Watched plenty of Classic Cowboy Westerns but somehow I seemed to have missed this Singing Cowboy film with Dick Foran,(Dick Hudson),"The Big Night",'60, who all of a sudden puts up a sign on a tent that says 'LAWYER'. In the opening scene you see a town just starting out with various tents all around with people of different trades starting up a new settlement. However, the so called Bad Guy has taken over the town and his name is Edmund Cobb,(Link Carter),"Requiem For a Gunfighter",'65. The cowgirl sweetheart in town is Jane Bryan (Jean Walton),"Girls on Probation",'38. Jane's father tries to change his ways and will not go along with the evil plans of Link Carter. Dick Hudson decides to take this problem to court and put these people on trial. A young boy has fun putting his two cents into the action and plays around with guns and their bullets and causes the story to have a great ENDING! Great Classic Foran Film!
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