The Rough Riders are called in to help save Master's stage line. Taggart has his gang robbing the stages and shooting the drivers. When Buck drives the next stage, Taggart's men rob it and then make it look like Roberts is part of the gang.Written by
Maurice VanAuken <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The earliest documented telecasts of this film occurred in the New York City area Friday 20 August 1948 on WATV (Channel 13), in Chicago Saturday 11 December 1948 on WBKB (Channel 4), in Los Angeles Wednesday 19 January 1949 on KNBH (Channel 4), in Cincinnati Tuesday 6 September 1949 on WCPO (Channel 7), and in Philadelphia Friday 7 October 1949 on Frontier Playhouse on WPTZ (Channel 3). See more »
When Tim McCoy first enter the saloon, his positioning on the edited shots do not match. See more »
Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie
[Sung at gunpoint by Saloon Barflies and Henchmen in saloon, reprised as part of music score] See more »
Everyone's throwing lead at the Rough Riders
Buck, Tim and Ray kick off a great Rough Riders series. Seems as though Bunion (Horace Murphy) was right that Buck can't turn down a request from Bat Madison (Bob Baker). McCoy comes on strong with early comic relief as a preacher who forces the barflies to sing at gunpoint. Great to see Tristram Coffin famously known for his "dead man walking" incident on live television. Easy to see why Slim Whitaker was one of the most prolific actors as a B-western villains. Also, sweethearts on the set Luana Walters and Dennis Moore were very popular in these early westerns. A lot of action and throwing lead here, especially with the spectacular final scene.
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