Wildcat Kelly has been dead and buried for years. Or has he? Dale is a reporter for an Eastern magazine who comes West to find out the true story of Kelly, of whom Gabby seems to have mysterious knowledge.
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George 'Gabby' Hayes,
Sons of the Pioneers
Clifford Ward is a thief working San Francisco's Chinatown district, and his stolen goods are fenced through an interior-decorators shop ran by Lisa Marcel. But when Ward murders two ... See full summary »
The Cattlemen's Association persuades cowboy Roy Rogers to investigate some cattle rustling. The rustling continues but Roy eventually finds the secret tunnel used by the rustlers and captures one of them. This identifies the Hardy ranch as the culprits but when Roy goes to the Hardy ranch to confront them, he soon finds himself alone in a gunfight against the entire gang.Written by
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LOADED...for your entertainment! You'll find a NEW Roy Rogers...more likeable in a role that fits his personality like a glove...greater action...songs...and all the exciting background of the Golden West (original window card poster) See more »
I don't know what it's like where you've been hanging out, but around here when two men go out on a job together, we figure two of them ought to come back. If you don't know what I mean, I can make myself clearer.
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Roy Rogers is recruited by the Wyoming Cattlemen's Association and the federal government in order to go back to Gabby Hayes' ranch, where he was adopted and grew up, to ferret out a gang of cattle rustlers that are stealing beef intended for government consumption.
Good photography and some atmospheric scenes, including a neat night-time cattle rustle opening, highlight this fairly enjoyable Roy Rogers flick.
The heavies are pretty three-dimensional this time around and Roy joins Bob Nolan and The Sons Of The Pioneers for a few nice musical numbers. It's all good.
Kind of creepy though is Roy's making passes at his adoptive sister, especially the one on the street, near the beginning. That time he seemed downright lecherous!
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