Roy Rogers, a highway engineer, strongly favors a youth-rehabilitation camp sponsored by retired State Prison Warden Parker where young first-offenders can be reformed without being exposed to penitentiary life. Andrew Willard, through whose range a new highway is being built, is being secretly robbed of his pure-bred cattle by his crooked foreman Devery who has marketed the cattle and replaced them with scrub stock.He then has the herd stampeded into a landslide set off by dynamite by Roy's young crew to make them appear responsible for the loss of the "valuable" cattle. Roy takes the blame and is ordered off of the property by Willard, over the protests of his niece June. Then Devery has two of his men, whom he has planted on the guest ranch ran by Splinters McGonigle, steal a diamond brooch belonging to Mrs. Edsel and the blame is placed on one of the work camp boys, Jim Corley. Roy has his work cut out for him to clear the boys of the pending charges, especially after Devery has ...
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During the brawl with Devery at the Willard ranch, Roy's shown with a couple of bloody cuts when the fight is over, but they're gone in the very next time frame when he mounts Trigger. Alternately, near the end of the film, when Roy mixes it up with Devery in the barn, only one punch is thrown with Roy knocking out the bad guy. However when he turns to the camera, Roy's forehead and lip are bleeding, and he didn't even take a punch. See more
Heart of the Rockies
Written by Jack Elliott
Performed by Roy Rogers
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