In the fourth and last Red Ryder (following "Ride, Rider, Ride", "Roll, Thunder, Roll" and "The Fighting Redhead" in that order) of the Equity Pictures for Eagle-Lion distribution, filmed in Cinecolor, Red Ryder takes Steve Stevenson, who has saved Red's life, to his ranch and gives him a job. Red's aunt, the Duchess, knew Steve's father, who supposedly committed suicide after losing his ranch betting on a prizefight. Steve refuses to believe that his father took his own life and the Duchess backs him up. On the way to town, Red, Steve, ranch hand Buckshot Blodgett and Red's young Indian pal, Little Beaver, break up an attempted stagecoach robbery. Mark Palmer, the gambler who caused the death of Steve's father, is a passenger. In town, Steve meets Sue Evans, who is going to work for saloon owner Bart Osborne. Palmer and Osborne are working together and want Ryder's ranch, and they develop a plan to have Red fight Palmer's pugilist, Bull Massoon. Steve, a boxer in college, takes Red's...
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Red Ryder's Guns And Fists K. O. An Outlaw Gold Grab!
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Did You Know?
This was the last Red Ryder feature film. The series was one of the most popular of the "B" western era. Red Ryder was the famous comic strip creation of Fred Harman
and came to the screen in Adventures of Red Ryder
(1940), a Republic Pictures serial. Don 'Red' Barry
played Red Ryder, and for the rest of his career was billed as Don "Red" Barry. Republic followed that entry with 16 more Red Ryder features but with Bill Elliott
in the role. Thereafter, Allan Lane
played Red in seven more Republic feature films. After Republic dropped the series, the final four Ryders, produced by Eagle-Lion, had Jim Bannon
in the role. See more
So that ornery varmint finally got what he had comin' to him. Did he talk?
Well, he couldn't very well, seeing how he's dead.