Having trouble with outlaws, Marshal Graham sends for his friends the Range Busters. Newspaper editor Ross, dissatisfied with Graham, forms a vigilante committee and puts Jim Dawson in charge not knowing he is the leader of the outlaw gang. Dawson then has his men frame Crash and Dusty for robbery and murder and then has them set out to lynch the two.
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THEY STOLE A PARSON AND SMOKED OUT A GANG When They Rode High-wide Into town (original poster)
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One of the few series entries in which Crash and Dusty were not romantic rivals , but the romantic drama was between the falsely accused marshal and the bandit chief. See more
How do you spell phantom, Elmer?
Elmer, Alibi's Dummy
Don't ask me. Uh, I'm as ignorant as I look.
Nobody could be that ignorant.
Follows Thunder River Feud
Oh, My Darlin')Clementine
Music by Percy Montrose
Lyrics by H.S. Thompson
Sung by John 'Dusty' King See more