Homesteaders of Paradise Valley

Homesteaders of Paradise Valley

Movie: Homesteaders of Paradise Valley
Director: R. G. Springsteen
Produced by: Republic
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Regular “Red Ryder” series villain Roy Barcroft took a well-earned breather in Homesteaders of Paradise Canyon. The equally disagreeable Gene Stutenroth. Having guided the homesteaders to Paradise Valley in the first place, Red Ryder manages to persuade his charges to remain despite the exorbitant price of land, much to the chagrin of Blaine and his cohort Langley, who do their level best trying to scare the settlers away from the potentially lucrative valley. When Red goes undercover as a driver for Blaine’s stagecoach line, young settler Steve Dill accuses him of treason and incites the settlers against him. It all comes to a showdown at the Hume ranch, where Bill’s brother Rufe Mauritz Hugo) is shot before he can confess to his brother’s treachery. Bill manages to get away, but Red mounts Thunder and tracks him down. Implicating his bosses Blaine and Langley, Bill is carted off to jail.

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