J. C. Aldridge is out to corner the Christman tree market and has bought out all of his competitors except retired movie star Jack Holt. Unknown to Aldridge his foreman has his men sabotaging Holt's operation so he will be able to sell trees at at a high price and then flee with the money double-crossing his boss. When there is a murder Aldridge arrives to investigate and, unknown to his men, takes a job as a tree cutter. Meanwhile, Roy is fighting to help Holt get his trees to market.
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Perennial villain Chesebro appears in the picture with a slew of other famous B-western stars. Chesebro gets to introduce himself by name, drawing mostly cold stares from the heroes. A little girl says she knows him, and that he always played a meanie. Chesebro declares that after making twenty pictures with Jack Holt, Holt had reformed him, whereupon he is welcomed into the group. See more
Get a Christmas Tree For Johnny
Written by Jack Elliott
Performed by Roy Rogers
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