Jim Rowan, after his discharge from the U.S. Calvary at the end of the Sioux Wars, seeks peace and security on an Arizona cattle ranch. But his arrival coincides with an outbreak of ... See full summary »

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Curley Davis
Rita Johnson ...
Sue Dawson
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Buster
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Soubrette (as Joan Fulton)
William Ching ...
Steve Randolph Prescott (as William Brooks)
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Sheriff of Rawhide
Byron Foulger ...
Mr. Porter
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Lanny Slade
Leonard East ...
Dave Boyd
Charles Trowbridge ...
Banker John Nash
Griff Barnett ...
Prentiss Dawson
Dewey Robinson ...
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Jim Rowan, after his discharge from the U.S. Calvary at the end of the Sioux Wars, seeks peace and security on an Arizona cattle ranch. But his arrival coincides with an outbreak of lawlessness. He calls in three ex-soldier buddies, Buster, Steve Prescott and Dave Boyd, to help him combat the outlaw faction and bring peace and prosperity to the territory. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Riding and Fighting for Justice and Love!


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11 August 1947 (Sweden)  »

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Michigan Kid  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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