Jimmy Wakely and "Cannonball" find the body of Don Muquel after he has been shot and robbed by henchmen Ramsay and Sturgis. Jimmy is accused of the crime by Jose Esteban but the latter's ... See full summary »

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Cannonball (as 'Cannonball' Taylor)
Christine Larsen ...
Diane Chambers (as Christine Larson)
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José Esteban (as George Lewis)
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Will Jackson
Pierce Lyden ...
Henchman Ramsay
William Bailey ...
John Chambers (as Wm. Norton Bailey)
Connie Asins ...
Conchita
Fred L. Edwards ...
Henchman Sturgis
Robert Strange ...
Don Esteban
Bob Woodward ...
Henchman Cooper
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Jimmy Wakely and "Cannonball" find the body of Don Muquel after he has been shot and robbed by henchmen Ramsay and Sturgis. Jimmy is accused of the crime by Jose Esteban but the latter's rich uncle, Don Esteban, clears his friend Jimmy. Jose accuses the the settlers, led by John Chambers, of confiscating the land of the native Californians, through murder and theft. Actually, surveyor Willard Jackson is making forged copies of stolen land-grant papers after his men have killed the rightful owners. Playing both ends against the middle, Ramsay urges Chambers and his daughter, Diane, to drive off the Californians. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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22 August 1948 (USA)  »

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Film debut of Whip Wilson. See more »

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Referenced in Golden Saddles, Silver Spurs (2000) See more »

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Serenade
Written by Jimmy Wakely and Don Weston
Sung by Jimmy Wakely and Connie Asins
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