A snooty young woman from back East arrives in town looking for her father, the mayor of nearby Red Dog. What she doesn't know is that Red Dog is a ghost town, and that her father has ... See full summary »

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A snooty young woman from back East arrives in town looking for her father, the mayor of nearby Red Dog. What she doesn't know is that Red Dog is a ghost town, and that her father has appointed himself "mayor" and is trying to fix it up. However, a bandit gang that sees Red Dog as the perfect hideout doesn't want anyone calling attention to it, and has plans for its new "mayor". Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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30 November 1952 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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Happy Trails
Written by Dale Evans
Performed by Roy Rogers and Dale Evans
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The Roy Rogers Show: Mayor of Ghost Town is another good old-fashioned episode
26 September 2006 | by (Baton Rouge, LA) – See all my reviews

A young woman from Conneticut named Betty Arnold has arrived in Dale's Eureka Cafe seeking her father, Peter Arnold, who has made himself mayor of Red Dog, a nearby ghost town. Mayor Arnold is trying to fix the town so it could attract new tourists and tenants. Naturally, there are some outlaws trying to keep that from happening. Throughout, Pat Brady tries to win the bet on the black pea-in-a walnut game with Roy, Dale, the Arnolds, and various guests but keeps failing at almost every turn. Another funny and action-packed episode to keep the young 'uns and parents entertained. Worth seeing for fans of Roy and Dale and anyone interested in good old-fashioned westerns of yore.


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