Roll on Texas Moon (1946)

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Roy Rogers tries to prevent a range war between cattlemen and sheepherders.


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  • Roy Rogers and Kenne Duncan in Roll on Texas Moon (1946)
  • Pat Brady, Hugh Farr, Karl Farr, Shug Fisher, Bob Nolan, Lloyd Perryman, and Sons of the Pioneers in Roll on Texas Moon (1946)
  • Roy Rogers, Dennis Hoey, Francis McDonald, and Trigger in Roll on Texas Moon (1946)
  • Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, and George 'Gabby' Hayes in Roll on Texas Moon (1946)
  • Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, and Dennis Hoey in Roll on Texas Moon (1946)
  • Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, and George 'Gabby' Hayes in Roll on Texas Moon (1946)

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13 August 1999 | pooch-8
Hearty cowboy fun and fantasy
Roll on Texas Moon employs many of the standard plot devices of the popular B Western to wring out plenty of action and humor in the course of its brief running time. Paragon of truth, honor and virtue Roy Rogers finds himself smack dab in the middle of a turf war between the regional cattle ranchers and sheep herders (the social implications of which are occasionally fascinating to ponder) which has been manufactured by a secret evil-doer trying to gain control of a major ranch. Roy's invaluable sidekick, the legendary Gabby Hayes, proves indispensable to the film: not only is he accused of murder, he also provides the comic relief, as an adorable lost lamb develops a fixation and dependence on Gabby that the grizzled cattleman desperately tries to hide from his pals. Dale Evans, playing Jill Delaney, is a well-meaning and good-hearted sheep rancher who, like Roy, does not want the bitter dispute to tear apart the community. Before all the secrets can come to light and reveal the true villain, the audience is treated to a rousing set piece in which Jill's out of control, sabotaged auto goes careening off a steep embankment. If you think Roy is able to save her from certain doom, well... you better see Roll on Texas Moon and find out.

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Action | Comedy | Music | Western

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