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Cowboys We Grew Up With
My Pal Trigger (1946)
“The King of the Cowboys,” Roy Rogers stars along with Dale Evans, Gabby Hayes and of course Trigger “the smartest horse in the movies.”
Someone’s killed off a prize horse and Roy’s found guilty and ends up doing jail time. Will Roy be able to clear his name? Will Roy and Gail find true love? Will The Sons of the Pioneers break out in song? Find out Monday, March the 4th at 6:00!
Riders of the Deadline (1943)
Seems like being falsely accused is a reoccurring theme as Hopalong Cassidy is blamed for a killing during a jail break.
William Boyd stars as Hopalong, with Jimmy Rogers and Andy Clyde as his sidekicks. Also appearing is Robert Mitchum (who made his screen debut in Hopalong Cassidy films and now makes his last appearance in a Hoppy film.)
The Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold (1958)
This film marks the last time Clayton Moore and Jay Silverheels would appear in the roles that made them rich and famous: The Lone Ranger and his faithful Indian companion, Tonto.
Not to be confused with that mess Johnny Depp made a few years ago, this is the real deal and would be only one of two full length color Lone Ranger films with the actors that made “Hi-Yo, Silver! Away,” a weekly battle cry heard throughout kiddom!
Riders in the Sky (1949)
Ever wonder the origin of the song “Ghost Riders in the Sky?” If so, Gene Autry will get around to sharing the story in this tale wherein he gets involved trying to clear a rancher of a murder charge.
Also appearing are Pat Buttram as Gene’s sidekick Chuckwalla, Alan Hale Jr. (The Skipper) as the town Marshall and of course Gene’s horse Champion.
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