Chasing rustlers, Gene and Frog find that two of them have killed two deputies and changed clothes with them. Hoping to find the gang leader they change into the outlaw's clothes. This puts them on the right track when the big boss Stafford saves them from a posse. But the two outlaws now posing as Deputies arrive and Gene and Frog soon find themselves prisoners. Written by
Maurice VanAuken <firstname.lastname@example.org>
[Gene and Frog enter a bar pretending to be murderous outlaws]
What'll it be, strangers?
I'd like a glass of milk.
Aw, he's always kidding. We'll drink whiskey straight and wash it down with lye.
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Even for a B western, this wasn't very good. Compared with A westerns of the period, this is really bad.
The plot is confusing as to who is who in all that dust and with all those costume changes. There's lots of shooting, but not many dead bodies. The action scenes are interspersed with some fair to middling western tunes by the hero and others.
Gene Autry made better movies than this. This one appears to be thrown together as the movies was being shot. The ending is completely predictable and dull.
Gene even has a half-hearted love interest that comes out of nowhere and makes no sense. And he leaves her with a song.
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