Marshall Tim McCall is called in from Wyoming when two lawmen friends of his are murdered in cold blood. The two marshals were on the trail of a desperado and followed him to a deserted ghost town. Unfortunately the town is inhabited not by supernatural spirits, but by a gang of vicious outlaws headed by a ruthless thug named Ace. McCall is joined by fellow marshals Sandy Hopkins Buck Roberts, who feigns amnesia when he comes to town, but the town has additional visitors: pretty and spunky Josie Hall, who wants to visit her aunt and brother living in an old dark mansion in the area, ranch foreman Tom Cook, who is attracted to Josie but doesn't seem to be foreman of anything, Pawnee, an enigmatic Indian, and Judge Crail,, a larcenous crook who wants to gain control of the deserted gold mine running underneath the property. The grounds of the ramshackle town and the spooky mansion are honeycombed with interconnecting tunnels and passageways, which present the Rogh Riders with one of ... Written by
Ghostly killers, haunted mines, nights of terror....in the Rough Riders' ace adventure!
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Did You Know?
Pickwick, the name given to the decaying mansion, is obviously a satiric reference to Pickfair, the vintage mansion then inhabited by long-retired actress Mary Pickford and her husband Buddy Rogers. See more
Marshal Buck Roberts
[ssrcastically as a backhanded complenent to Pawnee
Must keep you pretty busy keepin' all that stuff polished up!
Followed by Dawn on the Great Divide
Rough Riders Theme
composed by Edward Kay
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