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Cast (feature film)

The Buccaneer (1959) as Frontiersman
French pirate Jean Lafitte tries to redeem his name helping the U.S. in the War of 1812.
The Ten Commandments (1956) as Old slave man/Hebrew at Golden Calf
To escape the edict of Egypt's Pharoah, Rameses I, condemning all first-born Hebrew males, the infant Moses is set adrift on the Nile in a reed basket. Saved by the pharaoh's daughter Bithiah, he is adopted by her and brought up in the court of her brother, Pharaoh Seti. Moses gains Seti's favor and the love of the throne princess Nefertiri, as well as the hatred of Seti's son, Rameses. When his Hebrew heritage is revealed, Moses is cast out of Egypt, and makes his way across the desert where he marries, has a son and is commanded by God to return to Egypt to free the Hebrews from slavery. In Egypt Moses's fiercest enemy proves to be not Rameses, but someone near to him who can 'harden his heart'.
The Twinkle in God's Eye (1955) as Desert rat
Reverend Macklin is headed for Lodestone where his father was killed 25 years before when the Indians burnt down the church. He plans to rebuild the church and minister to the people, but all he seems to do is stop the gambling at the Silver Palace Saloon. Marty wants him to build on the other side of town and will finance the new church if Macklin moves, but he will not. When Marty is robbed by a gang of outlaws one of them hides the money in the church altar. Macklin finds that he has been ordered to San Diego due to his lack of accomplishment, and it might take a miracle for him to stay.
Stranger on Horseback (1955) as Drunk
A Man Called Peter (1955) as Mr. Briscoe
A Scottish boy follows his faith to a bright career preaching in Washington, DC.
Prince of Players (1955) as Miner
Acclaimed tragic actor Edwin Booth struggles to rebuild his career after his brother assassinates President Lincoln.
Jubilee Trail (1954) as
A pregnant widow ventures West in search of a new life.
Living It Up (1954) as Station attendant
A newspaperwoman turns a man who thinks he''''s dying into a national hero.
Bait (1954) as Foley
A greedy miner tries to get his beautiful wife to seduce his partner.
Ring of Fear (1954) as Twitchy
Mystery writer Mickey Spillane tries to help Clyde Beatty deal with a plot to sabotage his circus.
The Robe (1953) as Nathan
Biblical epic in which a Roman military tribune, who commands the unit that crucified Jesus Christ, tries to learn about the man he killed.
Pickup on South Street (1953) as Sandwich man
A petty thief accidentally steals a communist spy''''s purse.
The Homesteaders (1953) as Grimer
A man faces numerous travails transporting a consignment of dynamite for a group of Oregon homesteaders.
Confidentially Connie (1953) as Tom
An expectant mother hatches a series of madcap schemes to improve her husband's financial standing.
Calamity Jane (1953) as Artist
The Wild West heroine helps bring a star attraction to Deadwood and finds love.
Northern Patrol (1953) as Old timer
Monkey Business (1952) as Gus
A scientist's search for the fountain of youth makes him and his wife regress to childhood.
Skirts Ahoy! (1952) as Plumber ["Pop"]
Three women join the Navy to find husbands.
Woman of the North Country (1952) as Old miner
Red Mountain (1952) as Old posse member
Alan Ladd, Lizabeth Scott, Arthur Kennedy, John Ireland, Jeff Corey, James Bell, Bert Freed, Neville Brand, Whit Bissell, Jay Silver Heels, Iron Eyes Cody. Rebel captain Alan Ladd rides west to Colorado to join Quantrell''s Raiders but changes sides when he discovers the ugly truth about the infamous marauder.
Lone Star (1952) as Josh
A frontiersman helps out with Texas's fight for independence from Mexico.
Oklahoma Annie (1952) as Paydirt
Desert Pursuit (1952) as Leatherface Bates
Three camel-riding Arabs pursue a pair of gold-laden miners across the Death Valley desert.
Sky Full of Moon (1952) as Otis
An innocent cowboy in Las Vegas stumbles into a fortune and a glamorous girlfriend.
Cripple Creek (1952) as Prospector
Government agents infiltrate a gold smuggling ring preying on miners.
Apache War Smoke (1952) as Les
A killer joins stagecoach passengers under attack by Indians.
The Scarf (1951) as Jack, waiter
An escaped mental patient tries to prove he''''s not a serial killer.
Badman's Gold (1951) as Miner
Unable to cope with a series of raids on stagecoaches hauling gold to the U. S. Mint, Sheriff Masters (Verne Teters) appeals to the U. S. Marshal's office for help. The Marshal assigns his best man, Johnny (John Carpenter), to the job of discovering the hiding place of the stolen gold and bringing the outlaws to justice. Johnny enlists the aid of Bess Benson (Alyn Lockwood) and her brother Bob (Troy Tarrell). Bess insists on taking her pack dog, Daisy. The foursome then goes to the territory controlled by Sheriff Masters.
Best of the Badmen (1951) as Oscar
A band of notorious outlaws help a friend against a corrupt federal agent.
Journey into Light (1951) as Bum, prayer scene
Texas Carnival (1951) as Cook
A penniless carnival worker runs up a mountain of debts when he's mistaken for a millionaire.
Callaway Went Thataway (1951) as Desert rat
A real cowboy signs on to impersonate a faded western star for public appearances.
Golden Girl (1951) as Miner
Against the background of the Civil War, sixteen-year-old song-and-dance artiste Lotta Crabtree works her way across America, becoming ever more popular.
The Tall Target (1951) as News vendor
A detective tries to prevent the assassination of President Lincoln during a train ride.
A Millionaire for Christy (1951) as Hermit
A woman sets her hat for a man who's inherited a million dollars.
Slaughter Trail (1951) as Old timer
An Indian hating bandit''''s reign of terror could lead to a range war.
The Red Badge of Courage (1951) as Veteran
A young Union soldier fights to atone for a moment of cowardice during the Civil War.
Inside Straight (1951) as Proprietor
A tycoon rises to the top in 19th-century San Francisco through greed and corruption.
Rock Island Trail (1950) as
Loumas, president of the Rock Island Trail company, tries to expand his rails into the Midwest but finds resistance of the steamship and stage-coach lines. The malicious Kirby Murrow tries everything to slow down Loumas' progress and doesn't even stop before sabotage. Only Constanze, daughter of banker Strong, believes in his success strong enough to support him financially.
The Traveling Saleswoman (1950) as Desert rat
The Cowboy and the Prizefighter (1949) as Buckskin Blodgett
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 (Jim Bannon) takes Steve Stevenson (Don Haggerty), who has saved Red's life, to his ranch and gives him a job. Red's aunt, the Duchess (Marin Sais), knew Steve's father (Forrest Taylor), 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 (Emmett Lynn) and Red's young Indian pal, Little Beaver (Don Kay Reynolds as Little Brown Jug), break up an attempted stagecoach robbery. Mark Palmer (John Hart), the gambler who caused the death of Steve's father, is a passenger. In town, Steve meets Sue Evans (Karen Randle), who is going to work for saloon owner Bart Osborne (Marshall Reed). 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 (Lou Nova, former fighter who lost a heavyweight championship fight to Joe Louis in 1941, who has never lost in the "film" ring. Steve, a boxer in college, takes Red's place. Steve loses to Massoon, but before Red can determine whether it was a fair fight, a rider reports a robbery of the stage office. Red goes after the outlaws, and the gold is recovered. Red maneuvers a fight with Massoon, and beats him after Massoon drops a piece of lead pipe hidden in his hand. Palmer admits to having murdered Steve's father, and teve learns that Sue was forced to work for Osborne to pay off a debt owed by her brother.
Roll Thunder Roll! (1949) as Buckskin
Ride, Ryder, Ride! (1949) as Buckskin [Blodgett]
The Fighting Redhead (1949) as Buckskin
The Last Bandit (1949) as Cowpoke
About to marry Jim Plummer (Forrest Tucker), Kate Foley (Adrian Booth) runs off to Nevada when Ed Bagley (Grant Withers) convinces her a quick fortune can be made robbing gold shipments that are being transported by the railroad. In Bannock City she meets reformed-bandit Frank Plummer (William Elliott), posing as Frank Norris, brother of Jim Plummer, who has being going straight and working as an express shipment guard. Jim also shows up and plans a robbery by stealing a train and hiding it in an abandoned tunnel. The two brothers are on opposite sides of the law with the now-reformed Kate caught in the middle.
Brimstone (1949) as Drummer
The Younger Brothers (1949) as Stage depot man
Three law-breaking brothers try to go straight, only to be hounded by a vengeful detective.
Western Heritage (1948) as Doctor S. Stevens
An outlaw leader uses a forged Spanish land grant to claim land from the local ranchers.
The Far Frontier (1948) as Old timer
Grand Canyon Trail (1948) as Ed Carruthers
Sintown is just a deserted ghost town until Vanerpool starts looking for silver. Cookie and Roy's partners put $20,000 into the business only to find that the mine is worthless and Vanerpool is bankrupt. Carol comes out to look for silver to save the company, but does not know that their engineer, named Regan, is crooked and wants all the silver for himself. But only Old Ed knows where the mother lode is located.
West of Sonora (1948) as Jack Bascom
Relentless (1948) as Nester
Robert Young, Marguerite Chapman, Willard Parker, Akim Tamiroff, Barton MacLane, Mike Mazurki. When his prize mare is stolen, cowboy Robert Young goes in pursuit of the culprit, only to learn that he is also being pursued by the law for a murder he didn''t commit
Rustlers of Devil's Canyon (1947) as Blizzard
Oregon Trail Scouts (1947) as Bear Trap
Red Ryder (Allan Lane) battles an unscrupulous fur theif named Hunter (Roy Barcroft) for the right to trap beaver and otter on the land of Chief Running Fox (Frank Lackteen). Hunter attempts to ambush Ryder and his pal "Bear Trap" (Emmett Lynn) and when this fails, he kidnaps Little Beaver (Bobby Blake), grandson of the Chief, and kills the Judge (Earle Hodgins), with whom the boy had been staying. But the boy manages to escape. The Duchess (Martha Wentworth), Ryder's aunt, turns up and tries to persuade Ryder to return east with her. He discovers her and Little Beaver as stowaways in the supply train he is taking to the Indian camp. Hunter stages a fake Indian attack and attempts to recapture Little Beaver. The latter escapes and locates Running Fox who leads his warriors to the rescue. Hunter tries to escape by using Little Beaver as a shield, but he is knocked cold by the Duchess who sneaks up behind him. There is a joyful reunion between the old chief and his grandson, but Little Beaver elects to stay with Ryder and renounces his right to one day be chief in favor of Barking Squirrel (Billy Cummings).
The Wistful Widow of Wagon Gap (1947) as Old codger
Nightmare Alley (1947) as Hobo
An ambitious carnival worker attempts to scam his way out of the carnival in this brutal noir.
Code of the West (1947) as Doc Quinn
Knowing the railroad is coming, Carter is after the rancher's land. Bob and Chito return just in time to save Banker Stockton and his money from Carter's men. When Stockton then lends the ranchers money, Carter has them burned out. Bob knows Carter is responsible and when Carter's henchman Saunders is recognized, Bob goes into action.
Trail of the Mounties (1947) as John "Gumdrop" Mason
Stagecoach to Denver (1946) as Coonskin Boyd
Lambert has the stagecoach wrecked killing the Commissioner so his phoney replacement can alter Coonskin's land survey. When Red Ryder exposes the survey hoax, Lambert has his stooge Sheriff put Red in jail.
Romance of the West (1946) as Ezra
The Caravan Trail (1946) as Cherokee
The Fighting Frontiersman (1946) as Cimarron Dobbs
Conquest of Cheyenne (1946) as Daffy
Red Ryder has to help bring in an oil well on Jackson's ranch. Tom Dean found the oil and has started a well. But banker Tuttle hopes to foreclose on the Jackson ranch and has the oil rig burned down.
Throw a Saddle on a Star (1946) as Sheriff
Landrush (1946) as Jake Parker
Lone Star Moonlight (1946) as Old messenger
Returning G.I. Curt Norton (Ken Curtis), owner of a radio station, finds his father Amos (Guy Kibbee) has allowed the station to run down and has squandered Curt's money in bad investments in war-surplus material. Eddie Jackson (Robert Stevens), who owns the rival station, is also attracted to Curt's sweetheart Jean White (Joan Barton). When Curt and the Hoosier Hotshots (Ken Trietsch, Paul Trietsch, Gil Taylor and Charles Ward) successfully stage an auction to raise money, Eddie hires Mimi (Claudia Drake) to claim that Curt married her in France.
Santa Fe Uprising (1946) as Hank
The Duchess (Martha Wentworth), the aunt of Red Ryder (Allan Lane), comes to town to protect her property. Crawford (Barton MacLane), a town big-shot behind an outlaw gang, tries to prevent her from reaching her destination, but the attack is thwarted by Red. The latter is made town marshal, and when he gets too close to the truth and is making it too hot for the Crawford faction, Crawford has his henchman Luke (Dick Curtis) kidnap Red's Indian friend Little Beaver (Bobby Blake).
Man from Rainbow Valley (1946) as Locoweed Larson
Monte Hale (Monte Hale), cowboy creator of the popular comic strip featuring "Outlaw", the wild horse,is as fond of the real horse as his thousands of fans are of the comic strip version. When unscrupulous rodeo promoter Colonel Winthrop (Ferris Taylor) gets the idea of capturing "Outlaw" and making him a show horse, his niece Kay North (Adrian Booth) tricks Monte into believing she is a writer assigned to do an article on the real horse. With her help, Winthrop's henchmen Tracy (Bud Geary) and Lafe (Kenne Duncan) capture the horse, thus leaving unprotected the colt, "Shadow", and the herd of mares, against the wild animals who attack them when their protector is missing. Furious at the theft of the horse, Monte goes to the Winthrop Rodeo and, with the help of his kid sister, Ginny (Jo Ann Marlowe) and Locoweed (Emmett Lynn), an elderly comic-strip fan, rescues the horse.
Song of Old Wyoming (1945) as Uncle Ezra
Ma Conway (Sarah Padden), owner of a cattle ranch and publisher of the Laramie Bulletin, wages an up-hill battle to have Wyoming join the Union. She refuses to be intimidated by corrupt politician Lee Landow (Ian Keith) and crooked banker Jesse Dixon (Robert Barron), teamed up to fight her. Led by cowhand Eddie Reed (Eddie Dean) and foreman Uncle Ezra (Emmett Lynn), the Conway cattle drive is blocked at La Platte Pass by the Dixon henchmen, led by Ringo (Rocky Camron). A fight ensues and Eddie is saved by the quick trigger hand of the Cheyenne Kid (Al LaRue, long before he had a whip), a notorious outlaw. Vicky (Jennifer Holt), whom Ma has raised as her daughter, admires Cheyenne's courage to the chagrin of Eddie, who is in love with her. Cheyenne, on his way to a job in Laramie, turns down Ma's offer but when he gets to Laramie he finds he has been hired by Landow and Dixon to ruin Ma's cattle business and, in order to carry out the plan, he accepts Ma's ranch-job offer. Accidents quickly begin and Eddie suspects Cheyenne but Ma refuses to listen to his warnings, as she has become fond of the young outlaw. Eddie subsequently learns that Cheyenne is really Ma's long-lost son, missing from 25 years past in an attack by renegade white men, but Ma does not know this. Cheyenne begins to regret his deeds and turns against the gang leaders.
Wagon Wheels Westward (1945) as Pop Dale
While not exact remakes, two 1945 westerns - Republic's Wagon Wheels Westward and Monogram's Springtime in Texas - are close enough to the plot of Universal's 1943 Cheyenne Roundup to be labeled next-of-kin versions. Republic's offering finds The Duchess (Alice Fleming) and her nephew Red Ryder (Bill Elliott as Wild Bill Elliott) setting out to pioneer a new stagecoach line through the wild, rough country leading to Desert Springs, a small, isolated town. To ensure the customer base for the new line, they are bringing with them a wagon train of prospective settlers who want land of their own and have the cash to pay for it. Red and the Duchess are unaware that their letter to John Larkin (Bob McKenzie), the hotel owner and land agent in Desert Springs, has been intercepted by Dave McKean (Roy Barcroft) and his henchmen. McKean has intentions of letting Larkin complete the land deals and then he and his gang will steal the money. Arriving in Desert Springs, McKean & Co. are startled to find the town completely deserted (because of a rumored gold strike elsewhere), with signs that all of the citizens pulled out in a hurry. Seeing this as even a better opportunity, McKean sets himself and his men up as the town's officials and await the arrival of the prospective pigeons. An added subplot involves newly-wed Arlie Adams (Linda Stirling), a member of the wagon train, being blackmailed by Lunsford (George J. Lewis) over an earlier scandal and, while she was innocently involved, still doesn't want husband Bob Adams (Jay Kirby) to learn about it.
Both Barrels Blazing (1945) as Grubstake, also known as Horace Higginbottom
The Durango Kid tries to track down stolen money after the bandits are killed.
Shadow of Terror (1945) as Elmer
Gangster's Den (1945) as Webb
Hollywood and Vine (1945) as Pop [M. M. Barkley]
The Big Show-Off (1945) as Franklin D. Ripbogle
Joe Bagley (Lionel Stander),owner of the Blue Heaven Club,tries to foster a romance between shy pianist Sandy Elliott (Arthur Lake)and band vocalist June Mayfield(Dale Evans.) Joe tells June that Sandy is really a professional,masked wrestler known as "The Devil." Wally Porter (George Meeker),also in love with June doesn't believe the story. The real wrestler breaks a leg in a match and Sandy,in order to keep up the ruse now has to wear a cast on his leg.June attends a match and hears the real Devil announce his engagement to another girl.
Sing Me a Song of Texas (1945) as Station agent
Trouble Chasers (1945) as Mr. Fuddy
Shadows of Death (1945) as Bather
The Cisco Kid Returns (1945) as Sheriff
The Cisco Kid (Duncan Renaldo) and Pancho (Martin Garralaga) stop the marriage of Rosita (Cecelia Callejo) to Harris (Roger Pryor) by claiming that Cisco is already married to her, and exhibit a borrowed child, Nancy (Sharon Smith) as proof. Cisco carries off the furious Rosita, but finds, when returning Nancy, that her real father (Walter Clinton) has been shot to death. Assuming responsibility for Nancy, Cisco sends her and Rosita to stay with Tia (Eva Puig), and he visits the local padre (Fritz Leiber). Harris and Conway (Anthony Warde) scheme to get custody of the child, so they can obtain the money left to her by her father. As part of the plot, an actress (Vicky Lane), comes to town posing as the girl's mother, accompanied by her maid Jeanette (Jan Wiley). Rosita, jealous of the attention Cisco is paying to Jeanette, tells Harris where the child is being kept in hiding. Cisco sends Pancho to the sheriff (Bud Osborne) with a message promising to give himself up for "kidnapping" Nancy if the sheriff will bring along "Mrs. Page" and Conway.
Swing Hostess (1944) as Blodgett
A girl who is having a hard time finding a job gets involved with a record mix up and falls in love with a handsome band leader.
Cowboy Canteen (1944) as Hank
A rancher turns his spread into a dude ranch for soldiers during World War II.
The Town Went Wild (1944) as Watchman
Nevada (1944) as J. Pancake Comstock
Just as Nevada wins $7000 in yellowback bills, Ben Ide takes his #7000 in yellowbacks and heads out to buy mining equipment. Burridge has his man Powell kill Ide and retrieve the money and Nevada finds Ide just as the posse arrives. Found with the money Nevada is arrested and Burridge now gets Powell to incite the local citizens to lynch Nevada.
Bluebeard (1944) as Le Soldat
A 19th-century Parisian puppeteer is killing the young women he employs.
Outlaws of Santa Fe (1944) as Saloon drunk
Goodnight, Sweetheart (1944) as Pete
Frontier Outlaws (1944) as Judge [James Ryan]
The Laramie Trail (1944) as Alford "Barfoot" Jennings
Rafadan finds nothing but trouble when he and Frog go to settle the ranch that Bill Smith traded for his California ranch. On the trail, they find the dazed Jim Terrill who is accused of killing Smith. But Rafadan believes that Jim is innocent and works to free him and catch the true killer.
Dead Man's Gulch (1943) as Fiddlefoot
When the Pony Express disbands, riders Tennessee and Johnny head for Adobe Wells. Tennessee becomes the Deputy Marshal while Johnny joins an outlaw gang. It's not long before Tennessee catches Johny attempting murder. As Johhnny is his best friend, he gives him another chance. But to no avail as Johnny murders a man and this time Tennessee must do his duty.
The Law Rides Again (1943) as Eagle Eye
Western lawmen use an outlaw to bring down a crooked Indian agent.
Queen of Broadway (1943) as Chris
Days of Old Cheyenne (1943) as Tombstone Boggs
Blazing Guns (1943) as
Ex-cons get together to clean up a lawless town in the old West.
Return of the Rangers (1943) as Sheriff Summers
Hitler's Madman (1943) as German
The Nazis take revenge on a Czech village after one of their most sadistic commanders is assassinated there.
Mountain Rhythm (1943) as Zack
Girls in Chains (1943) as Lionel Cleeter
A teacher in a women''''s reformatory searches for evidence to put her crook husband away.
Carson City Cyclone (1943) as Tombstone
When the night watchman at the bank is gunned down during a robbery, he fingers Barton as the trigger man. When the trial comes up in neighboring Carson City, Gil finds a witness named Sullivan who says that Barton was with him on the night of the murder. Gil gets Barton off, but Sullivan soon cashes a check from Gil at the bank and that raises questions. His father, Judge Phalen, starts an action against Gil, and when his father is shot dead, Gil is blamed for his murder.
The Sundown Kid (1942) as Pop Tanner
Pinkerton Agent Tracy goes to prison to get information on a counterfeiting operation from inmate Ganley. This leads him to Dawson and his gang who take him in as a friend of Ganley. Now a member of the gang he is just learning how the operation works when Ganley, now knowing Tracy's true identity, escapes and returns to expose him.
City of Silent Men (1942) as Jeb Parker
Tomorrow We Live (1942) as Pop Bronson
A master criminal uses mind control to force an ex-con to commit crimes.
Outlaws of Pine Ridge (1942) as Jackpot McGraw
Stagecoach Express (1942) as Charles Haney
Joan of Ozark (1942) as Hillbilly driver
Westward Ho (1942) as Sheriff
The local gang is framing men for bank robbery, shooting them, and then collecting the reward money offered for a dead bank robber. When the Three Mesquiteers ride into town, Lullaby becomes their next victim. He aviods being shot but is assumed to be a bank robber and to keep him from talking, the gang organizes a lynch mob. Tucson and Stony save him from the rope but they are now wanted men and must find out who is behind this scheme.
Behind the Eight Ball (1942) as Charlie
You're Telling Me (1942) as Scientist
Other than the title, this film has no connection at all to the 1934 W.C. Fields film of the same title even though some sources give the plot of the Fields' film as the plot of this film. Hubert Abercrombie Gumm (Hugh Herbert), a flighty, eccentric screwball (what else)acquires a job as an executive at a radio station at the insistence of his only-slightly less eccentric aunt Fannie Handley (Esther Dale), who is married to one of the company owners, Ernest Truex. After mixing up the script pages to the various radio programs, Hubert sets out to get the name of a returning explorer on a contract for the radio station.
The Spoilers (1942) as
An Alaskan prospector fights a crooked federal agent for a beautiful saloon singer.
In Old California (1942) as Whitey
Boston pharmacist Tom Craig comes to Sacramento, where he runs afoul of local political boss Britt Dawson, who exacts protection payment from the citizenry. Dawson frames Craig with poisoned medicine, but Craig redeems himself during a Gold Rush epidemic.
Shepherd of the Ozarks (1942) as Ira Lynch
'Frisco Lil (1942) as [J. B.] Devers
Six-Gun Gold (1941) as Stage driver
Three cowboys find that a U.S. Marshal relative is an impostor.
Road Agent (1941) as Teller
Reissued by Realart Pictures in 1953 as "Texas Road Agent", with a title change because RKO had just made a 1952 film using this title, and this was the first year that Universal's "Road Agent" was known as "Texas Road Agent" and that was not a 1941 alternate title as shown by some revisionist-history sources. The actual 1941 filming title was "The Sonora Kid." Duke Masters (Dick Foran) and his two pals, Pancho (Leo Carrillo) and Andy (Andy Devine), are undercover agents for an express company sent to round up a gang of bandits who have been holding up stages carrying gold to the cattlemen of the district. They begin by hijacking a gold shipment from the three bandits who took it from the stage. They take it to town and drop it at the bank. The money was the annual payment to the cattlemen, who are excitedly surrounding bank president Sam Leavitt (Samuel S. Hinds). Steve (John Gallaudet) and the two gunmen who helped him rob the stage are in the crowd. They report this unexpected turn of events to their boss, Big John Morgan (Morris Ankrum.) Morgan tries unsuccessfully to pin the original robbery on Duke and his pals. He later confers with Leavitt who is an unwilling tool in the holdups. Morgan tries to decoy Duke, Pancho and Andy out of town while his gang holds up the bank, but Duke, with the help of Leavitt's daughter, Patricia (Anne Gwynne), beats them to it and cleans out the bank himself, taking the money to Leavitt's home to cache. But Morgan, Steve and the gang are in pursuit.
Robbers of the Range (1941) as Whopper
Railroad agents frame a landowner who wont sell out to them.
Along the Rio Grande (1941) as Whopper
Two cowboys go undercover to catch a rustler on his way to Mexico.
Wagon Train (1940) as Whopper
Settlers and traders en route to the West fight off Indian attacks.
The Fargo Kid (1940) as Whopper
When a lawman is mistaken for a killer, he turns the mistake to his advantage.
Scatterbrain (1940) as Pappy Hull
Arizona (1940) as Leatherface
A tough pioneer woman needs a young man's help in fighting land grabbers and finding love.
Grandpa Goes to Town (1940) as Jasper

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