The sixth film of Monogram's eight-film series, "The Rough Riders", has U. S. Marshals Buck Roberts (Buck Jones) and Tim McCall (Tim McCoy) coming to a Texas town to visit their friend, U. S. Marshal Sandy Hopkins (Raymond Hatton), only to learn that he has disappeared, and is suspected of the murder of John Dodge (Jack Daley), owner of practically the whole town, except the hotel Sandy owns and runs when he isn't on an assignment as a Marshal. The murder has been committed by the henchmen of Bart Logan (Harry Woods), who intends to take over the dead man's property and whose men are holding Sandy prisoner to make it appear that he fled after arguing with and killing Dodge. Just before the murder, Logan sent a letter to Dodge with the news that the latter's long-missing wife is returning, and in a short while, Stella (Lois Austin), a Logan accomplice, arrives posing as the missing Ann Dodge, thus establishing her right to the Dodge property. Sandy, allowed to escape, returns ...
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This film's earliest documented telecasts occurred in New York City Thursday 3 June 1948 on WCBS (Channel 2), in Los Angeles Wednesday 16 February 1949 on KNBH (Channel 4), and in Philadelphia Wednesday 2 November 1949 on Frontier Playhouse on WPTZ (Channel 3). See more
U. S. Marshal Buck Roberts
You know, Logan, this Mrs. Dodge doesn't look any more like your Mrs. Dodge than I look like Abraham Lincoln.
Followed by Dawn on the Great Divide
The Rough Rider's Song
Written by Edward J. Kay
Sung over opening and closing credits by a male chorus See more