Synopsis by Hal Erickson
El Paso Stampede was the last of Republic Pictures' 38 Allan "Rocky" Lane westerns. Happily, the series maintained a fairly high batting average right to the end. This time, the action takes place in 1898, during the Spanish-American war. Someone has been stealing cattle that was intended for the U.S. troops in Cuba. Government agent Lane heads westward to find out who's the brains behind the rustlers. El Paso Stampede delivers the goods in the action department, and then some. After the cessation of his 6-year western series, Allan "Rocky" Lane had some trouble lining up acting work; by 1961, however, he was gainfully employed as the voice of TV's Mr. Ed.
war, agent [representative], America, army, bad-guy, cattle, conflict, cowboy, dentist, enemy, federal-agent, gangster, good-guy, government, herd [group], invasion, investigator, merchant, rustler, selling, soldier, Spain, troops