Next Episode of The Roy Rogers Show is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
After dozens of cowboy films stretching back to the 1930s, Roy Rogers finally came to the small screen for this long-running hit TV series. He of course was joined by his longtime love and costar, the sparklingly beautiful Dale Evans.
The overly social salesman "Doc" Stevens travels around his territory with a very troubling secret: he has a transmitter in the back of his wagon that he uses to relay warnings to a band of outlaws working in the area. After Roy discovers Doc's secret, he soon finds himself in trouble.
When a less than honest postmaster learns that a valuable bank shipment will be passing through Mineral City on the train, he hires a pair of gunmen to blast the train track in order to get his hands on the money. As a result, Roy gets deputized to help the sheriff out.
An outlaw named Stu Trumbull is idolized by his younger brother Larry. As a result, when Stu steals the money that was raised for the school fund and ultimately kills a man in his getaway, Larry tries his best to keep Roy, Pat, and the sheriff off his trail. After Larry aids his brother in getting away, Roy tries to convince him that being loyal to his brother even after breaking the law isn't always right.
When the Doc treats man who was attacked, Roy and Pat decide to go undercover as outlaws to infiltrate a desert town in order to draw out the outlaws who use it as a safe haven in between stage holdups.
The sheriff of a neighboring Ghost Town Dead Men's Hills gets ambushed by several outlaws. Roy, Pat, and Dale soon arrive to help guard the town and flush the outlaws out of the nearby mine.
A group of counterfeiters arrive in Mineral City and start flooding the businesses with fake money. As a result, a treasury agent arrives in town, posing as the local minister's son and asks for Roy and Dale's help in bringing them to justice.
A pair of bank robbers arrive in Mineral City and discover that they have an easy target in the bank when they discover the new teller once served time in prison for murder. They then tell the man to help them out, and if he doesn't they'll reveal his past life of crime to the banker. As a result, the banker ultimately fires the teller when it appears he was working with the robbers, and Roy and Dale take it upon themselves to help the man prove his innocence.
Rancher Don José is hosting Paradise Valley's annual "Ride of the Ranchers." As all the ranchers and cowboys are out on the trail, bringing in their cattle, a gang of outlaws decide to hold up Don Jose's ranch, thinking it will be the perfect time to steal his strongbox full of money. However, the ranch is being held down by the ranchers' wives and Dale, who put up a great fight against the outlaws while the men make their way to the ranch.
When Pat agrees to help a fledgling photographer named Elmer Kirby by posing for a picture, pretending to rob a stage, he soon finds himself in a lot of trouble. Elmer soon finds himself in the company with actual stage coach robbers and they decide to use the picture as evidence as the culprit of the most recent stage coach robbery.
Pat buys a nearby dilapidated Ghost Town at a tax auction and soon discovers the town comes with an equally dilapidated old squatter named Webb Jenkins. While looking around, Pat soon discovers that Jenkins found a large trove of counterfeit gold pieces in a mine on the property. When he tells Roy and Dale of his discovery, they soon suspect that they found the old hideout of a pair of bandits who were wanted for a bank robbery from years before.
When the owner of a travelling carnival is found murdered, Dale, Pat, and Roy help Sheriff Blodgett investigate what happened. It doesn't take long for them to discover the prime suspect: a young cowboy who had a bullwhip act in the carnival who was wooing the carnival owner's daughter. However, after talking to the young man, Roy suspects that he might be framed and that there were several people employed by the carnival that had grudges with the owner, and has to figure out who is the actual murderer.
Roy and Dale are visiting Cliff Miller, an old friend who's down on his luck following a fire at his storehouse. While there, he gets injured when someone takes a shot at him. Meanwhile, Pat gets elected sheriff and his first order of business is to hunt down and bring to justice the person who gunned Cliff down.
Harry Harvey(Sheriff Tom Blodgett)
Roy Rogers(Roy Rogers)
Dale Evans(Dale Evans)
Reed Howes(Sheriff Tom Blodgett)
Pat Brady(Pat Brady)
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