Don't Fence Me In is the story of the supposedly dead outlaw Wildcat Kelly (George "Gabby" Hayes). To write a story about the outlaw, a journalist for an Eastern magazine, Dale Evans (Toni Ames), has traveled out West to find out more about him. On her journey, Evans encounters an old rancher, Gabby Whittaker, and his friend Roy Rogers (Roy Rogers) who both seem to know quite a bit about Kelly. It is soon revealed that Gabby is actually the presumably long-dead outlaw Wildcat Kelly. With this revelation, Roy works to clear his good friend's name. Like all of Rogers' films, there a number of classic songs in the film. Rogers sings the Cole Porter penned title song, "Don't Fence Me In" as well as "The Last Roundup," "Along the Navajo," and "Tumbling Tumbleweeds." Don't Fence Me In is a classic B-movie western featuring America's most famous movie cowboy, Roy Rogers.