Tex Williams is mistaken for a wanted outlaw and jailed. He escapes and, with the help of his friends Smokey Rogers and Deuce Spriggins, hunts down and brings in the real outlaw. All of this and three songs are accomplished in less than 26 minutes. This short was combined with another in the Tex Williams series, The Fargo Phantom, and released again in 1950 as a feature called "Tales of the West No. 2." Written by
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[Tex spots a runaway stagecoach careening down the road
Smokey, is there a driver on that stage?
Must be, but I don't see him.
I don't either. Let's go take a look.
Not me! We're in enough trouble as it is.
I ain't a-goin'.
Remake of Border Wolves
Waltz of the West
Written by Foster Carling
Performed by Tex Williams
, Smokey Rogers
and Deuce Spriggins
(as Deuce Spriggens) See more