Ted Hayden and his pal Dusty Rhodes come across a dying outlaw, Gatt Ganns. On Ganns's person, they find a letter of introduction to rancher Gentry implicating Gentry in the disappearance of Ted's kid brother Jim and the murder of their father many years earlier. Ted takes on Ganns's identity and pretends to go to work for Gentry, while actually looking for further evidence that Gentry did indeed murder his father and abduct his brother.
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HE PLAYED A FLASHING GUN-GAME THAT TURNED UP A PACK OF BANDITS!
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The earliest documented telecasts of this film occurred in Syracuse Sunday 17 April 1949 on WHEN (Channel 8), in Detroit Tuesday 3 May 1949 on WXYZ (Channel 2), in Los Angeles Wednesday 28 September 1949 on KTSL (Channel 2) and Sunday 11 December 1949 on KECA (Channel 7), in Albuquerque Tuesday 8 November 1949 on KOB (Channel 4), and in New York City Saturday 23 September 1950 on WATV (Channel 13); a recent previous otherwise undocumented telecast on WOR (Channel 9) may likely have taken place earlier as part of their Monday evening film series. See more
During a fight between Ted Hayden and Butch, Spuds shouts, "Come on, Ted!" Actually, Ted has been introduced to him and all others at the gangsters' hide-out as Gat Ganns. His real identity is in fact revealed later. See more
You got her here just in time. A small artery's been severed. However, I don't think it's very serious.
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Version of The Reckless Rider