Judge Kirby is being blackmailed and forced to let outlaws go free. He was once the partner of Roy's father and when Roy reads in the paper that he is in trouble he heads out to help him. Arriving, Roy quickly realizes he has been mistaken for one of the outlaws and is not wanted in town. However he stays, and now posing as that outlaw, hopes to learn who is causing all the problems.Written by
Maurice VanAuken <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Roy Rogers reads in the paper that his father's old partner, Frank Thomas is in desert. Thomas is now a judge and has been making some peculiar rulings about a ranch in the throes of repossession. He and Gabby Hayes ride into town, where Roy is mistaken for a hired gun for the bad guys. He adopts this as a cover while he investigates.
It's another nice little B movie in the Rogers catalog directed by Joseph Kane. Lynne Carver is the ingenue, Beryl Wallace the not-so bad bad girl, and the usual complement of competent minor players fill out the cast list. Roy only sings a couple of songs, but I looked at a 52-minute TV print that had 11 minutes removed.
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