Trying to break his own record, Roy is framed twice in this movie. Of course, Roy was always easy to frame―wrong place, wrong time, the perfect patsy. It doesn’t help that he’s up against a mastermind criminal (John Carradine as Lucky Miller), who wants anything/everything that isn’t his and he’s not afraid to kill to get it. The plan is to get a rich dope married so Lucky Miller can make a deal with his widow, and then kill her. But Roy keeps getting in his way…the best-laid plans of rats and stinkers often go awry when Rogers is around.
This is another very basic, by-the-numbers Roy Rogers movie, typical, with absolutely no surprises, but plenty of music.