Tex Regan (Tex Ritter) arrives at the Crane ranch just as Blackie (Earl Douglas) and Pete (Chick Hannon) are preparing to burn it. He drives them off, but is accused by Ruth Crane (Suzan Dale) of being in league with Pablo, the bandit, who is blamed for most of the territory's crime. Recognizing Blackie as a henchman of Jim Bannister (Tristram Coffin), Tex starts for the Bannister ranch but is captured and imprisoned. Bannister, however, sets him free. Although Bannister has never lost any cattle to Pablo, an emblem similar to those left after every raid blamed on Pablo, is found in Bannister's house. Tex, knowing Pablo to be innocent and actually only searching for the killer of his sister, persuades the outlaw to change his hide-out and then sets out to capture Bannister, the leader of the gang. But Tex is arrested as being a member of Pablo's gang and Pablo, seeing Tex with the lawmen, believes himself double-crossed.
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AMBUSHED BY MEXICAN BRIGANDS IN GUERRILLA WAR!..Men who kill for hate alone...go mad with lust when a singing cowboy stands between them and a treasure in hidden gold!
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The earliest documented telecast of this film occurred Sunday 19 April 1942 on New York City's pioneer television station WNBT (Channel 1). Post-WWII television viewers in New York City got their first look at it Thursday 24 February 1949 on the Chuck Wagon on WCBS (Channel 2), in Philadelphia Thursday 29 September 1949 on Frontier Playhouse on WPTZ (Channel 3) and in Los Angeles Monday 6 November 1950 on KTSL (Channel 2). See more
Pablo the Mexican Bandit
Written by Johnny Lange
and Lew Porter
Sung by Slim Andrews See more