Bob Morgan returns home but alienates his father by not staying at his ranch. Instead he becomes the head of the new Arizona Rangers. Matters get worse between father and son when when his father catches a man he believes to be a murderer and Bob breaks up his lynching party. When the outlaw is broken out of jail by his gang, Bob is relieved of his position. Not giving up, he now heads out alone to face the gang.
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Innocent or Guilty -- This Gal Spells Trouble!
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Did You Know?
The film takes place shortly after September 15, 1898 - the date Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders were officially disbanded - as depicted by the newspaper headline Rawhide receives in the mail. See more
At the beginning of the film, when Rawhide receives the telegram, there is a smokey fire being used to brand calves. However, in the next shot, the fire is out. See more
[to Bob as his father rides away with Laura
I don't trust him. You better be careful - you're gonna have a mother instead of a wife!