In the second of the four Cinecolor "Red Ryder" films PRODUCED by Equity Pictures and released and DISTRIBUTED by Eagle Lion Films (USA), Red Ryder finds two silver conchas, the trademark ... See full summary »

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Don Reynolds ...
Little Beaver (as Little Brown Jug)
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El Conejo
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Carol Loomis
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Lee Morgan ...
Happy Loomis
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Henchman Wolf
Steve Pendleton ...
Marshal Bill Faugh
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Felipe, El Conejo rider
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Josh Culvert
Dorothy Latta ...
Dorothy Culvert
Joseph J. Greene ...
Townsman Pat (as Joe Green)
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Henchman
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In the second of the four Cinecolor "Red Ryder" films PRODUCED by Equity Pictures and released and DISTRIBUTED by Eagle Lion Films (USA), Red Ryder finds two silver conchas, the trademark of bandit El Conejo, at a raided ranch. He reports the raid to Marshal Bill Faugh but tells him that he suspects that El Conejo, a Robin hood type character, is being framed. El Conejo shows up at the saloon and accuses Ace Hanlon, the owner, of framing him. Red prevents El Conejo from killing Hanlon, and says he will deliver him to the Marshal. On the way, El Conejo's men captures Red and is about to be executed, but the bandit, ever the sport, gives Red a chance to defend himself. Red beats El Conejo to the draw, without shooting him, and then, since he is innocent, convinces him he will be better off in jail. Red, his friends Buckskin Blodgett and Little Beaver, his aunt, the Duchess and the Marshal's fiancé, Carole Loomis are guarding El Conejo in jail, figuring that Hanlon's gang will try to ... Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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America's Favorite Cowboy of Newspaper and Radio Fame... On the Screen in COLOR! See more »

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27 August 1949 (USA)  »

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