The Roy Rogers Collection Vol 1-6 (DVD)
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Roy Rogers, as an American singer and cowboy actor was one of the most popular Western stars of his era. Known as the "King of the Cowboys". In many of his films and television episodes, he appeared with his wife Dale Evans, his golden palomino horse Trigger, and his German Shepherd Dog Bullet.
- Blind Justice
- Flying Bullets
- Loaded Guns
- Milner From Medicine Creek
- Money To Burn
- Outlaws Of Paradise Valley
- The Knock Out
My Pal Trigger
Horse trader Roy Rogers has plans to breed his prize mare with legendary stallion Golden Sovereign. Unfortunately, scheming nightclub owner Brett Scoville has his eye on the same stud and steals the horse. Sovereign breaks free, however, and mates with Rogerss mare, eventually producing a spirited colt that Rogers names Trigger. When Sovereign is accidentally killed. Rogers is blamed for the crime, and he and Trigger must escape the law and track down the real killer.
Under Californian Stars Returning to his California ranch for some rest and relaxation, cowboy movie star Roy Rogers finds himself drawn into battle with a dastardly group of horse rustlers. Taking pity on Ted, a young man who was disabled in a riding accident, Roy offers him a job on the ranch. But Ted's stepfather, Lige, leads a gang of thieves posing as wild horse wranglers, and their prime target is Roy's famous horse, Trigger, which they kidnap for ransom.
Bells of San Angelo
Cowboy Roy Rogers travels to Rancho San Angelo, a territory on the American-Mexican border, to help Cookie Bullfincher investigate some mysterious deaths around a silver mine. Roy's suspicion of mine manager Gus Ulrich is shaken by the unexpected arrival of Western author Lee Madison, who advises Roy to read one of her books to help him solve the murders. Meanwhile, Cookie follows Ulrich to the mine and discovers a complex scheme.
Singer Dorothy decides to sell a Utah ranch she inherited long ago to finance a musical that could be her big break. Ranch hand Roy deceives her into thinking a decrepit house is hers, though it's actually owned by his co-worker, Gabby. As they fall for each other, Roy convinces Dorothy not to get rid of the ranch. But when she learns of Roy's trickery, an angry Dorothy sells the land to villainous Ben.
Young Bill Hickock
An agent of an unspecified foreign power plots to take over California during the confusion of the American Civil War. He uses Morrell and his Overland Raiders to prevent news from reaching the east. The Raiders rustle the stagecoach and Pony Express horses from the various relay stations to cut all lines of communication to and from the east.
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