Don, Smokey and Whopper are are their way to Placer City where Don's brother Brad is U.S. Marshal. But when Don gets there, he finds that Marshal Brad is not his brother, but an impostor. ... See full summary »

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Ray Whitley ...
Smokey
Jan Clayton ...
Penny Blanchard
Lee 'Lasses' White ...
Whopper
LeRoy Mason ...
Reynolds, fake Brad Cardigan
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Ben Blanchard (as Eddy C. Waller)
Fern Emmett ...
Jenny Blanchard
Davison Clark ...
Robinson
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Vander
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Deputy Miller
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Brad Cardigan
Jim Corey ...
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Don, Smokey and Whopper are are their way to Placer City where Don's brother Brad is U.S. Marshal. But when Don gets there, he finds that Marshal Brad is not his brother, but an impostor. When the deputy accuses them of being horse thieves, they flee town. When they go out to find Jenny, who they saved the day before, they are shot at and accused as gold thieves. But Jenny sets the miners straight and the boys, along with Mr. Robinson of the stage line, agree to work together to stop the gold thefts and find the real Marshal Brad. Written by Tony Fontana <tony.fontana@spacebbs.com>

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Western

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Approved
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8 August 1941 (USA)  »

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Ladrões de Ouro  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Soundtracks

Roll Along Home
Written by Ray Whitley and Fred Rose
Performed by Ray Whitley and the Six-Bar Cowboys
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Great action and casting
18 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Tim Holt was one of the most dependable of the B-western stars. His films always featured action, humor and suspense in a finely paced film. This early film entry is no exception. From the solid opening through the climactic shootout, fans will not be disappointed.

While the team of Tim Holt and Chito Martin were second to none, Ray Whitley was great in the Holt films he appeared in. His music and comic relief helped take this film to a higher level. Tim Holt , as always, was the believable, determined hero ..... he makes you believe he means business with those six-guns!

Watch closely for several intriguing plot twists--- this one will keep you on your toes. This is a darn good western, worth viewing again and again !


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