An old lady friend sends a desperate mail to Ringo claiming that the local townspeople are getting ready to lynch her. When Ringo arrives, he discovers his friend, a female saloon owner, was convicted of murdering a leading townsman who wanted to shut down her establishment when almost everyone else in town had a motive for slaying the victim.
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Now, Mamie, what's this all about? Ever since I've known you, you've lied and cheated and served watered drinks throughout the West, but that's not enough to hang you.
Don't you preacher me, Mr. Johnny Ringo! How else am I supposed to make a living in a rat hole like this - makin' fudge for chuch bazaars?
You know, that's not a bad idea. A few church bazaars might do you a lot of good.
Written by Don Durant
Sung by Don Durant
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