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      Trigger Jr.

      Released Jun 30, 1950 1h 8m Western List
      Reviews Roy Rogers (Roy Rogers) and his traveling Western show decide to rest at the ranch of Col. Harkrider (George Cleveland), who once co-owned the carnival with Roy's father. The colonel's daughter, Kay (Dale Evans), hopes that the visiting performers will reinvigorate her father, and that he will again go out with the circus. But Roy and friends are suddenly called into action when bad guy Manson (Grant Withers) releases a killer horse into the herds of area ranchers. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Buy Now

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      Nathanael Hood The Retro Set The film is patented nostalgia, cinematic comfort food meant for sick days home from school or visits to relative's houses that smelled vaguely of mothballs. Rated: 7/10 Jan 9, 2020 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis Roy Rogers (Roy Rogers) and his traveling Western show decide to rest at the ranch of Col. Harkrider (George Cleveland), who once co-owned the carnival with Roy's father. The colonel's daughter, Kay (Dale Evans), hopes that the visiting performers will reinvigorate her father, and that he will again go out with the circus. But Roy and friends are suddenly called into action when bad guy Manson (Grant Withers) releases a killer horse into the herds of area ranchers.
      Director
      William Witney
      Producer
      Edward J. White
      Screenwriter
      Gerald Geraghty
      Production Co
      Republic Pictures Corporation
      Genre
      Western
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Jun 30, 1950, Limited
      Release Date (Streaming)
      May 20, 2019
      Runtime
      1h 8m
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