Down Dakota Way

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Released 1949

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Down Dakota Way

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Director:
William Witney
Released:
1949
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Down Dakota Way is an action-packed western film released in 1949 by Republic Studios Western and directed by William Witney. The film tells the tale of Roy Rogers (played by himself) and the Riders of the Purple Sage (Foy Willing, Darol Rice, George Barnby and Al Sloey). During their journey to the Cheyenne Rodeo, Rogers and his friends visit his old schoolteacher, Dolly Paxton (Elizabeth Risdon), only to discover that her only son, Steve (Byron Barr), has become a notorious outlaw. Steve is now on the lam, trying to evade capture for murdering the local veterinarian, George Fredericks (Emmett Vogan). Dolly is heartbroken and has lost her teaching job because of her son's crimes. Now Roy and the Riders of the Purple Sage team up with the town sherrif to capture Steve Paxton and restore his mother's dignity. Down Dakota Way is a favorite among fans of iconic film star Roy Rogers, and will be enjoyed by anyone who loves westerns.moreless

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