Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Tim Holt is, of course, a true red-blooded cowboy in this overly tuneful RKO Western and only pretends to be the title character in order to locate a kidnapped engraver. The latter (Byron Foulger) is forced by a crooked dude ranch owner (Eddie Kane) to print counterfeit money but a couple of bills find their way to the government offices in Reno. Tim isn't the only ranch guest operating under a disguise, however, the engraver's pretty daughter (Marjorie Reynolds) is also present and manages to get herself into plenty of trouble. As always, Holt is joined by sidekicks Lee "Lasses" White and Ray Whitley, the latter performing his own and Fred Rose's title tune as well as "Silver Rio," "End of the Canyon Trail," and "Echo Singing in the Wild Wind."
rescue, abandonment, agent [representative], bad-guy, casino, counterfeit, cowboy, dude-ranch, employee, gambling, gangster, good-guy, government, hidden, kidnapping, laundry, lawman, mine, money-laundering, outlaw [Western], ranch, ring [jewelry], shoot-out, treasury, victim