Roy Rogers' and Dale Evans' oldest daughter, Cheryl Rogers, makes a cameo appearance (this is also her only feature film appearance as she only appeared in one TV show after this). Eleven minutes into the movie, she is the little girl in a blue dress who asks Jack Holt for his autograph.

This was Roy Rogers' last Western in Trucolor.

Perennial villain George Chesebro appears in the picture with a slew of other famous B-western stars. Chesebro gets to introduce himself by name, (correctly pronouncing it as Cheese-bro), drawing mostly cold stares from the heroes. A little girl says she knows him, and that he always played a meanie. Chesebro declares that after making twenty pictures with Jack Holt, Holt had reformed him, whereupon he is welcomed into the group.