Andy Norton is about to be married when he discovers that his old nemesis Craig Ormond, who Andy believes killed his father, is in town. Andy puts off the wedding until he can confront Ormond and avenge his father's murder.

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Bullet ...
Sydney Mason ...
Lee Harris
Ed Hinkle ...
Ben Pierce
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Andy Norton
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Craig Ormond
Gloria Eaton ...
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Ruth Lee ...
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Andy Norton is about to be married when he discovers that his old nemesis Craig Ormond, who Andy believes killed his father, is in town. Andy puts off the wedding until he can confront Ormond and avenge his father's murder.

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12 October 1952 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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The Roy Rogers Show: The Feud is enjoyable old-fashioned fun
13 September 2006 | by (Baton Rouge, LA) – See all my reviews

Andy Norton is scheduled to be married but when Craig Ormond, a man he accuses of killing his father in cold blood, comes to town he tries to avenge his father. As usual, it's up to Roy, Dale, Pat, Trigger, and Bullet to set things right. There's also a nice comic set-piece in the beginning about Pat's jeep Nellybelle running out of gas and Dale sings a beautiful tune to the about-to-be-newlyweds called, "There Is Only One You". Of course, there's the usual fights to keep the young 'uns interested and Roy and Dale sing, "Happy Trails" as the credits roll. This is good old-fashioned entertainment for the whole family, so sit back and enjoy!


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