Oregon fur traders are attempting to keep pioneers migrating westward out of the territory by inciting the Indians to attack their wagon trains. The U.S. Army sends Tex Masters (Tex Ritter) to uncover who is supplying the Indians with Army rifles. He and his pal Rawhide (Nelson McDowell) ---called "Lucky" in the credits and pressbook---join up with the wagon train headed by Benson (Frank LaRue) and his daughter Ruth (Muriel Evans). When a staged "accident" almost kills Benson, Tex discovers it was the work of Matt Grimes (Tom London), the train scout, but can't prove it. He and Grimes have a row when Tex insists that the train take a different route from the one Grimes recommends, and Grimes quits the train and goes off the set the Indians on Benson's outfit. Tex saves the train, but Ruth and her father now believe that Tex is in league with the Indians, and they fire him. In town, Tex and Rawhide see Grimes conferring with Steve Coleman (Reed Howes), a fur trader. That night, Tex ...
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WAR WHOOPS ON THE PRAIRIE!...Hot lead against flaming Indian arrows...as a two-gun singing Texan blazes a bloody trail to Oregon!
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The earliest documented telecast of this film occurred Friday 3 April 1942 on New York City's pioneer television station WNBT (Channel 1). Post-WWII television viewers got their first look at it in New York City Sunday 19 September 1948 on WCBS (Channel 2), in Philadelphia Thursday 10 November 1949 on Frontier Playhouse on WPTZ (Channel 3), and in Los Angeles Monday 4 December 1950 on KTSL (Channel 2). See more
Music by Stephen Foster
New words by Tex Ritter
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