Federal agent Terry McVey, posing as a guest at the Silver Bar Dude Ranch, investigates the disappearance of noted engraver Frank Adams who is being forced to produce counterfeit bills by ... See full summary »
Typical fast-paced Tim Holt B-movie Western. Tim is tracking down a missing engraver who's being forced to print counterfeit money. The engraver's daughter (cute little Marjorie Reynolds) is looking for him, too.
Lots of pretty cowgirls -- all wearing pants, despite the historical period -- although the characters talk about making phone calls, so I'm not sure when the story takes place. I think I saw a fire extinguisher hanging on the wall of the bunch house.
Western music fans will enjoy the snappy tunes from singing cowboy costar, Ray Whitley. Lee 'Lasses' White provides comic relief. Lovely Louise Curry has her eye on Tim, but he's too busy for romance (and that's far too busy for me, yessiree . . . ).
I've yet to see a Tim Holt Western that didn't deliver a wagon load of fun. The only thing this one needed was Richard Martin as Tim's sidekick, Chito Jose Gonzalez Bustamante Rafferty (his father was Irish).