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Law of the Golden West (1949)

 -  Western  -  23 May 1949 (USA)
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Young Buffalo Bill Cody goes after the murderer of his father and uncovers a land-grab conspiracy.

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Paul Hurst ...
Gail Davis ...
Roy Barcroft ...
Clete Larrabee
John Holland ...
Quentin Morell
Scott Elliott ...
Wayne Calvert
Lane Bradford ...
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Harold Goodwin ...
Northerner in bar
John Hamilton ...
Isaac Cody, Bill's father
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In the days before the Civil War, young William F. Cody, later to become famous as Buffalo Bill, and his father are returning to Kansas from the Colorado goldfields where they have struck it rich. Their wagon train is attacked by bandits, Bill is knocked out and his father killed. When he cones to, he finds a clue to the raiders' identity - a key to Room 5 in the Swiftwater Hotel, Kansas. He arrives in Swiftwater and finds the townspeople sharply divided between Union and Confederate factions, with both sides being raided by a band claiming to be working for the Southern cause. At the hotel, Bill meets boyhood friend Wayne Calvert, lawyer Quentin Morrell and Otis Ellis, the hotel proprietor. He learns that Room 5 belongs to Morrell, and is caught searching it by Morrell, who is in love with Bill's former fiancée Ann Calvert, but talks his way out of the predicament. He later spies on a secret meeting at the barn of Clete Larrabee, where he finds the strong box stolen from his wagon. ... Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Young buffalo bill's greatest adventure!

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That's the Place Where I Want To Stay
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Sung by Monte Hale
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