Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Tom Cameron (George Houston) is falsely accused of murdering a rancher in this "Lone Rider" Western series entry from poverty row company PRC. When rancher Bowen's will is read, the new owner of the property turns out to be the dead man's niece, Georgia (Hillary Brooke). That doesn't sit well with crooked foreman Clyde Barton (Archie Hall), who with the help of lawyer Murdock (Ted Adams), had planned to take over the spread. A dimwitted ranch hand, Loco (Budd Buster) hints that Cameron might be innocent in rancher Bowen's murder and Georgia decides to clear "The Lone Rider's" name. In between fighting the villains, the opera-trained Houston took time out to sing "A Love that Ended Too Soon," "Down by the Old Alamo," and "Ride 'Em Cowboy," all written by Johnny Lange and Lew Porter. "The Lone Rider" series was produced (very economically) by Sigmund Neufeld and directed by his brother, Sam Newfield. Veteran slapstick comic Al St. John played the hero's sidekick.
accusation, bad-guy, cowboy, false-accusation, frame-up, good-guy, innocence, outlaw [Western], Superhero