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Courtin' Trouble (1948)

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Jimmy Wakely, undercover lawman, has a singing job at Dawson's saloon, jails gunman Becker, after cattleman Curtis, accuses him of killing his friend, rancher Steve Graves. Rancher Reed, ... See full summary »

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Jimmy Wakely ...
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Cannonball (as 'Cannonball' Taylor)
Virginia Belmont ...
Marshall Reed ...
Henchman Cody
Steve Clark ...
Mark Reed
House Peters Jr. ...
Burt Larsen
Frank LaRue ...
Judge Madison
William Bailey ...
Curtis (as Wm. Norton Bailey)
Bud Osborne ...
Sheriff
Bill Hale ...
Ed Stewart
Bob Woodward ...
Henchman
Carol Henry ...
Bartender
Bill Potter ...
Steve Graves
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Jimmy Wakely, undercover lawman, has a singing job at Dawson's saloon, jails gunman Becker, after cattleman Curtis, accuses him of killing his friend, rancher Steve Graves. Rancher Reed, head of the Cattleman's Association, plans to move their headquarters after local cattleman are continuously victimized. Dawson, also the head of the Merchant's Association, hires Carol Madison, to defend Becker, but the gunman is freed when witness Curtis is killed. Judge Madison, Carol's father, returns to town after getting the railroad company to extend a spur line to the town. He, too, is killed and Jimmy begins an investigation to find the killers and the motive. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Jimmy trades his guitar for a '45 and cleans up a wildcat town! (original print ad) See more »


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21 November 1948 (USA)  »

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A New Thrill From An Old Flame
Written by Tommy Dilbeck
Sung by Jimmy Wakely with Western Band
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