Silver Spurs (1943)

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Roy's boss has inherited a very large ranch but the will keeps him from selling it although his widow could. Lucky Miller is out to get control of the ranch so he has a girl come west to ... See full summary »


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  • Roy Rogers and Jerome Cowan in Silver Spurs (1943)
  • Roy Rogers and Smiley Burnette in Silver Spurs (1943)
  • Roy Rogers, Pat Brady, Hugh Farr, Karl Farr, Bob Nolan, Lloyd Perryman, Sons of the Pioneers, and Tim Spencer in Silver Spurs (1943)
  • Roy Rogers and Phyllis Brooks in Silver Spurs (1943)
  • Roy Rogers, Phyllis Brooks, and Trigger in Silver Spurs (1943)
  • John Carradine, Roy Rogers, and Hal Taliaferro in Silver Spurs (1943)

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Director:

Joseph Kane

Writers:

John K. Butler (original screenplay), J. Benton Cheney (original screenplay)

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2 June 2011 | bkoganbing
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| "Just Where The Trail Will Wind"
Silver Spurs has the kind of plot situation more involved in one of those Philo Vance murder mysteries than with a Roy Rogers western. The fact that we see all the villainous machinations of John Carradine and his henchmen out in the open robs it of being a mystery. But Silver Spurs still rates as a pretty good Roy Rogers western.

For a plot this is interesting and unusual for a western. It involves playboy Jerome Cowan who among other things has a ranch that Roy Rogers is the foreman of. The people in the area want him to give the railroad a right of way, but Cowan is too busy partying to pay any attention to business.

Apparently Jerome's dad knew what an idiot he was raising so the terms of his will are that the ranch can't be sold, but if he dies his widow can. So Carradine who owns the local gambling house arranges for a mail order bride for the well known playboy. Which perks the interest of sob sister reporter Phyllis Brooks and she comes west and marries the guy to see what the story is. Little did Phyllis suspect.

The emphasis is on action and plot rather than Roy's singing. Still he gets to do a couple of standards the great Al Jolson song Back In Your Own Backyard and Tumbling Tumbleweeds which was written by Sons Of The Pioneers head Bob Nolan. And Roy gets as a sidekick Smiley Burnette who takes his Frog Millhouse character from those Gene Autry flicks where he sidekicked with Gene before Autry went into the service.

Burnette even gets a love interest himself with Joyce Compton who is the sidekick of Phyllis Brooks.

All in all a pretty good western for Roy Rogers.

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