Henry Rodgers is after Margie's stage line. He has her in trouble by having her gold shipments robbed thereby driving her insurance premiums to an unaffordable level. Eddie and Soapy arrive...
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Eddie and his sidekicks have been called in to help get a new telegraph line through. Dawson and his men along with his stooge Judge are out to stop them. When Eddie and the boys catch ... See full summary »
Dean takes over as Sheriff of Red Gap and makes everyone check their guns at his office. But he is in trouble as Taggert's men continue their lawlessness and the crooked judge Hammond lets them go when they are caught.
Henry Rodgers is after Margie's stage line. He has her in trouble by having her gold shipments robbed thereby driving her insurance premiums to an unaffordable level. Eddie and Soapy arrive to help out. Eddie suspects Rodgers but when he breaks into his office, Rodgers apparently kills him. With Eddie out of the way, Rodgers makes the robbery that will put her out of business.Written by
Maurice VanAuken <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Eddie Dean appears here in another western programmer from the late 1940's. Dean attempts to put an end to a gold theft ring, and is believed to be killed in the process. His sidekick , Soapy Ates poses as a lawman and Eddie plays a bad-guy. Along the way, a few western songs are crooned by the singin' cowboy.
This was a standard Eddie Dean film...... with a standard formula. There are no big surprises here, but Dean fans will like it well enough. I always liked to see Eddie Dean play a villain...... as he had done in a few films years before.
Look fast for singer JD Sumner, who later became a famous Gospel singer and the leader of Elvis' backup group !!
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