Former Marshal Jack Rowan had hopes to put away his guns forever when he buys a cattle ranch near the Mexican border, but he discovers that Mexican cattle are being smuggled across the border by way of his ranch. Jack stops at the store run by John Howard to get supplies and meets Carol Howard, the storekeeper's niece. Jack sees Taylor, a suspected rustler, follow Frank Stone into his office. He overhears Taylor tell Stone that the Sheriff has caught one of the cattle smugglers, but he has named Jack as the gang leader. They capture the listening Jack and go for the sheriff. Stone brags to Howard and Carol that he has Jack a prisoner, Carol and Jack's sidekick Manny free Jack. Jack and Manny trail Taylor and see him pay for cattle to be smuggled into the Texas. Manny goes for the Sheriff while Jack hides outside the tunnel, used by the smugglers, and forces a gun battle. Written by
Les Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
BORDER BADMEN RUN FOR COVER...as a fighting Marshal dusts off his six guns and smashes a smuggling syndicate!
Did You Know?
The earliest documented telecast of this film occurred Sunday 3 May 1942 on New York City's pioneer television station WNBT (Channel 1). In Los Angeles it was first seen Wednesday 2 February 1949 on KNBH (Channel 4). See more
Although the story takes place in the era of dusty trails, unpaved streets, and oil lamps, Louise Stanley
sports an up to date 1940 hair style and a couple of very 1940 (knee length skirts, high heel shoes) clothing outfits. See more
Pride of the Valley
Written by Johnny Lange
and Lew Porter
Sung by Glenn Strange See more