Tom Evans (Jon Dawson), nephew of U.S. Marshal Sandy Hopkins (Raymond Hatton), has just trailed his cattle to Yucca City, where he intends to sell to Ben Crowley (Harry Woods), owner of ... See full summary »

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(as Wallace W. Fox)

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(screenplay) (as Jess Bowers), (story)

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Mary Lewis
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Tom Evans (as Jon Dawson)
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Ben Crowley
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Henchman Steve
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Henchman Hank
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Jeff Lewis - Blacksmith
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Henchman Slick
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Henchman Gus
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Henchman Ed
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Henchman Joe
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Zeke
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Red (as Eddie Burns)
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Kurt, Murdered cowhand
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Tom Evans (Jon Dawson), nephew of U.S. Marshal Sandy Hopkins (Raymond Hatton), has just trailed his cattle to Yucca City, where he intends to sell to Ben Crowley (Harry Woods), owner of practically everything in town.Tom loses his money in a crooked game ran by Crowley. "Nevada Jack" McKenzie (Johnny Mack Brown), a U.S. Marshal working undercover, watches the game and secures one of the "fixed" decks of cards. Later, Tom discovers Crowley's men rustling his cattle and is shot. Nevada finds him severely wounded and hides him with Jeff Lewis (Sam Flint) and his daughter Mary (Ellen Hall). Sandy, posing as a dentist, arrives in town after a wire from Nevada. The latter confronts Crowley with the crooked deck and also with the fact that Tom is still alive, and demands a partnership from Crowley. When Crowley learns that Lewis is hiding Tom, he decides to have both Tom and Nevada killed. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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THERE'S TROUBLE IN TEXAS! There's no room for killers as the law takes over the west! See more »

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Action | Western

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Approved | See all certifications »
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15 October 1943 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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This film received its initial telecast in Los Angeles Wednesday 16 March 1949 on KNBH (Channel 4). See more »

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Red River Valley
Traditional American Folk Song
Sung by Evans' cowhands around campfire in the film's first scene
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