Man from Oklahoma (1945)

Director
Frank McDonald

Main cast
Roy Rogers; Trigger; George Hayes; Dale Evans; Roger Pryor

Genres
Action, Western, Romance, Music

Description
The feuding Lanes and Whittakers are brought together with the help of Roy Rogers, when a business tycoon tries to play one family against the other.


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