Roy notices strangers digging on an isolated section of his land. When he investigates, he discovers that the handlers for prizefighter Willie "Killer" Conley have set up a training camp ... See full summary »

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Roy notices strangers digging on an isolated section of his land. When he investigates, he discovers that the handlers for prizefighter Willie "Killer" Conley have set up a training camp for the champ. However, Roy begins to suspect that quite a bit more than training is going on there. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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28 December 1952 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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Charles Bronson is billed as Chas. Buchinski See more »

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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: The Knockout is one of Charles Bronson's first film appearances
18 October 2006 | by (Baton Rouge, LA) – See all my reviews

This episode is notable because it's one of the earliest appearances of one Charles Buchinsky, later known as Charles Bronson. He plays Willie 'Killer' Conley, a boxer who somehow unknowingly got mixed up with some jewel robbers. Roy, Dale, and Pat try to straighten him up with the help of his grandma. In the meantime, Pat takes some physically hilarious lessons from Bronson and Roy later fights Bronson himself in a boxing match that the thieves try to use to their advantage. As usual, there's humor and action galore to keep the kiddies entertained and for film buffs like myself, the chance to see one of the earliest appearances of one of the future film icons of the last century. Worth a look for fans of all of the above.


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