Johnny is a young Indian boy who falls heir to thousands of wild horses when his adoptive white father is murdered by henchmen of the town's leading citizen, Grat Hanlon. With the aid of ...
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Johnny is a young Indian boy who falls heir to thousands of wild horses when his adoptive white father is murdered by henchmen of the town's leading citizen, Grat Hanlon. With the aid of his protector Steve Reynolds, he acquires an Army contract to deliver 300 horses a month to the cavalry. Hanlon, desiring the contract himself, and his men set out to keep the contract from being fulfilled. Written by
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Correcting info in previous comment on Clayton Moore
Previous comment stated Clayton Moore was soon to be The Lone Ranger at the time this film came out; he had already been portraying The Lone Ranger on television since 1949. He took a break for 2 years in 1952 and 1953 after filming "The Legend of the Lone Ranger." Someone else played the role for that couple of years. So he played in a number of films during that break--always recognizable because of his voice; another actor with a very similar voice, Robert Lowery, was in films at this time also, mostly westerns it seems like. Lowery appeared in a Gunsmoke episode or two in the 60's and you'd swear it was Clayton Moore.
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