A pair of Roy Rogers's oaters -- RIDIN' DOWN THE CANYON and ON THE OLD SPANISH TRAIL -- are included in this two-film set.
Ridin' Down The Canyon (1942): When horse thieves run off Alice Blake's entire herd, her younger brother Bobby sneaks away to get help from Roy Rogers. Bobby is Roy's biggest fan, and he's sure that Rogers and his musical pals, the Sons of the Pioneers, will bring the rustlers to justice. Just when a few hunches begin to pay off during Roy's investigation, he and the boys are framed for the rustling and locked up. Seeing his hero behind bars, Bobby decides to fight the outlaw gang all by himself.
Starring Roy Rogers, George "Gabby" Hayes, Bob Nolan, and Robert "Buzz" Henry. Directed by Joseph Kane.
On The Old Spanish Trail (1947): Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers are in debt to the tune of $10,000, which happens to be the amount of reward money offered for the capture of a mysterious bandit known only as The Gypsy. Wanted for robbing oil company payrolls, The Gypsy claims to have been framed for the crimes and willingly gives himself up to Roy in a bid to prove his innocence. It will be up to Roy to identify the real robbers before The Gypsy pays the penalty.
Starring Roy Rogers, Andy Devine, Tito Guizar, and Jane Frazee. Directed by William Witney.