The Far Frontier (1948)

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Willis Newcomb and Bart Carroll head a gang engaged in smuggling wanted-American criminals back into the United States from Mexico. Operating from Sharperville, an oil town on the American ... See full summary »


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  • Roy Rogers and Trigger in The Far Frontier (1948)
  • Roy Rogers, Gail Davis, Andy Devine, and Trigger in The Far Frontier (1948)
  • Roy Rogers, Gail Davis, Andy Devine, and Trigger in The Far Frontier (1948)
  • Roy Rogers, Gail Davis, Andy Devine, and Trigger in The Far Frontier (1948)
  • Roy Rogers and Andy Devine in The Far Frontier (1948)
  • Roy Rogers, Roy Barcroft, and Tom London in The Far Frontier (1948)

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20 October 2016 | beresd-21725
Trigger Remembered by Whitney
In one scene the bad guys are rolling barrels off a truck to stop Roy Rogers and Trigger. Trained jumpers were 'doubling' Trigger, but found the barrels too frightening and shied off. Trigger was finally allowed to try, ridden by Roy's stunt double Joe Yrigoyen. Joe ordered Trigger to jump too soon for a stationary object. Trigger trusted Joe and jumped when Joe commanded. He cleared the barrel, but a bit awkwardly. Trigger did better on the 2nd barrel. By now he thought it was fun, and for the rest of the scene you can see Trigger moving from side to side so he can jump as many barrels as possible! We read the book and got the movie just so we could watch Trigger jumping the barrels in this scene.

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