Gunsmoke Trail
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This Jack Randall western was directed by the prolific Sam Newfield, who must have slept and taken meals at the studio. Singing cavalier Randall comes to the rescue of Louise Stanley, who's being victimized by murderous John Merton. The villain is passing himself off as Stanley's benevolent uncle, a guise that even Randall's horse can see through. Trouble is, Merton has a batallion of henchmen to back him up, obliging Randall and his sidekick Al St. John to deploy brains as well as brawn. Gunsmoke Trail was written by Robert Emmett Tansey, who like Sam Newfield spent virtually his… More