Corrupt businessman Mason and larcenous banker Miller combine to rustle the cattle and foreclose on the mortgages of local ranchers to gain control of the valley. but the undercover Riders thwart their plans.
Buck and Skeeter have been sent to investigate cattle rustling. Posing as cowhands they take jobs on Ann's ranch and learn she is receiving money by train to pay off a note that is due. ... See full summary »
When two of their Marshal friends are killed, the Rough Riders are sent to investigate. They have to find the killers in a ghost town where the houses and an old mine are interconnected by secret passages and tunnels.
Because of his hot, often-flaring temper, Jimmy Kelly loses another job, much to the disappointment of his mother and the disgust of his fiancée, Margie. Margie is a secretary for lawyer L.... See full summary »
The Rough Riders are called in to help save Master's stage line. Taggart has his gang robbing the stages and shooting the drivers. When Buck drives the next stage, Taggart's men rob it and then make it look like Roberts is part of the gang. Written by
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The term "sky pilot," which is used to refer to Tim McCall, is an old term for a member of the clergy. See more »
When Tim McCoy first enter the saloon, his positioning on the edited shots do not match. See more »
Marshal Sandy Hopkins:
There I was sittin' in my hotel in Texas, just about to get hitched to the prettiest widow you ever set your eyes on when I got that fool message of yours to meet you're here in Mesa City.
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Buck Jones (as Buck Roberts), Tim McCoy (as Tim McCall), and Raymond Hatton (as Sandy Hopkins) marshal their forces as "The Rough Riders". Their first mission is to help pretty Luana Walters (as Ruth Masters); the family's "Master's Stage Line" is being robbed by wicked Tris Coffin (as Steve Taggert) and his gang. Also, Ms. Masters' father has been killed by the gang.
The quick drawing folks at the Monogram studio took a look at rival Republic's unprecedented success with their "The Three Mesquiteers" series of films and took action, producing a couple of "Threesomes" of their own. From the "Top 10 Western Box Office Star" lists, Monogram employed Mr. Jones, Mr. McCoy, and "Mesquiteer" Raymond Hatton as "The Rough Riders". Given the western star power, "Arizona Bound" is surprisingly dull.
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