Home in Oklahoma (1946)

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Roy edits a small town newspaper. A rancher is murdered, and his fortune is inherited by a young boy. Editor Roy, with the assistance (?) of big city reporter Dale, brings the killers to justice.

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  • Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, George 'Gabby' Hayes, and Carol Hughes in Home in Oklahoma (1946)
  • Roy Rogers, Ruby Dandridge, and Lanny Rees in Home in Oklahoma (1946)
  • Roy Rogers, George 'Gabby' Hayes, and Lanny Rees in Home in Oklahoma (1946)
  • Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, George 'Gabby' Hayes, and Trigger in Home in Oklahoma (1946)
  • Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, and Arthur Space in Home in Oklahoma (1946)
  • Roy Rogers and Dale Evans in Home in Oklahoma (1946)

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16 May 2010 | FightingWesterner
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| Murder On The Ranch
Local newspaper man Roy Rogers probes the death of one of his friends, a rancher and high-end cattle breeder thrown from his horse and ends up protecting the rancher's heir, an orphan boy, from the ruthless killers. Meanwhile, big city reporter Dale Evans plans to scoop Roy on the story.

This is a decent enough cowboy murder mystery, with good performances by George "Gabby" Hayes, Ruby Dandridge (mother of Dorothy Dandrige), and Lanny Rees as the boy. Their scenes together are heart-warming.

Roy and Dale have great chemistry here - no surprise, since they got married on location, immediately after shooting wrapped.

The film's musical highlight is Bob Nolan and The Sons Of The Pioneers singing "The Everlasting Hills Of Oklahoma".

The killer's identities are as plain as the nose on your face, but it's still pretty good.

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