Yellowstone Live's home-base is a century-old barn just outside the national park boundary. From here, seven live teams will spread out across the wilderness using cutting-edge, 4G mobile ... See full summary »
A pair of detectives investigates the murder of an elderly millionaire who was the target of blackmail and death threats and find that there is no shortage of suspects, many of them in the victim's own family.
Reissued by Realart Pictures in 1953 as "Texas Road Agent", with a title change because RKO had just made a 1952 film using this title, and this was the first year that Universal's "Road ... See full summary »
A gentleman is shot dead in his study. The police come in to solve the crime. A young detective weaves his way through danger and an intricate set of clues to catch the killer. Watch for ... See full summary »
Nicholas Rood, dishonest mine owner, finds a Black Doll on his desk and knows that vengeance is about to overtake him for murdering his former partner. He is knifed as he talks to his ... See full summary »
After eighteen years in prison, James Foster (Ralph Morgan) returns to Yellowstone National Park to retrieve stolen payroll and his daughter Ruth Foster (Judith Barrett), arrives to be with him. Also showing up at the lodge are gangsters Marty Ryan (Monroe Owsley) and "Dynamite" (Paul Fix ), detective Hardigan (Alan Hale) and a botanist, Franklin Ross (Rollo Loyd). Foster is murdered and the blame falls on Dick Sherwood (Henry Hunter), a young park ranger in love with Ruth.Written by
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Yellowstone National Park ranger Henry Hunter (as Dick Sherwood)'s head is turned by pretty Chicago tourist Judith Barrett (as Ruth Foster). After the two get romantic, her ex-con father is murdered. Then, suspicious-looking visitor Alan Hale (as Hardigan) reveals he's a private detective; so, he investigates the death of Ms. Barrett's dad, Ralph Morgan (as James Foster). When Mr. Hunter becomes the prime suspect, his romance with the deceased's daughter understandably sours. Hunter insist he didn't kill Barrett's father, and begins his own investigation. Andy Devine (as "Pay-Day") and his mule Gertrude provide comic relief. Monroe Owsley leads an enjoyable supporting cast.
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