The Roy Rogers Show (1951–1957)
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Badman's Brother 

Stu Trumbull is idolized by his 11-year-old younger brother Larry. So when Stu robs and kills a man, Larry keeps Roy and Dale from catching him. Rather than turn Larry over to the law for ... See full summary »

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Roy Rogers
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Trigger
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Dale Evans
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Pat Brady
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Bullet
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Geraldine O'Fallon
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Mr. Trumbull
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Larry Trumball
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Alabama Al
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Knox
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Stu Trumbull
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Sheriff
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Stu Trumbull is idolized by his 11-year-old younger brother Larry. So when Stu robs and kills a man, Larry keeps Roy and Dale from catching him. Rather than turn Larry over to the law for protecting a killer, Roy and Dale set out to set him straight about the dangers of misplaced loyalty. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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10 February 1952 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Pat Brady is called several times by the name Aloyicious by teacher Minerva Urecal in this episode. See more »

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Happy Trails
Written by Dale Evans
Performed by Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
Sung over closing credits
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The Roy Rogers Show: Badman's Brother is nice mix of comedy and action
15 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

Eleven year old Larry Trumball will do anything to protect his older brother Stu even after Stu committed robbery and killed someone. As always, it's up to Roy and Dale to set things right and teach Larry what wrong Stu did. There's also a comic subplot with Pat Brady about his shyness around a woman named Geraldine. This was the sixth episode of the first season of The Roy Rogers Show. There's a nice mixture of comedy and action that makes this easy to go down for 30 minutes for the kids and adults in the mood for a good old-fashioned western. So saddle-on-up and enjoy the chemistry between Roy and Dale with Pat and Rogers' horse Trigger and dog Bullet. It should be a good yippee-i-yay time for all!


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