A group of Arizona ranchers, trying to learn the identities of the Salt River Gang and prevent any further rustling, marks the currency that rancher Frank Abbott turns over to the gang to get his cattle back. Unfortunately drifters Dick McBride and Chito Rafferty are accused of being in the gang when they are found with the money, which they have actually won at the casino of saloon owner Brad Carew, a member of the gang. Dick and Chito break out of jail and hunt down the fleeing Carew in hopes of finding out who the true leader of the gang is. Written by
Doug Sederberg <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The golden palomino Tim Holt rode in many of his movies bore a strong resemblance to Roy Rogers' famous horse, Trigger. However, Tim Holt actually rode at least four horses during his career which spanned about a dozen years at that studio. In the early 1940s, prior to leaving for World War II military service, he rode a horse named Duke. After this there were several horses in his post-war films, one of which was Sheik, Later the well-known golden palomino named Lightning served in many of his most successful films, demonstrating a high degree of loyalty and intelligence. Toward the end of his RKO series, Holt rode a horse named Sun Dance. See more