- SKU: 18205826
- Release Date: 09/29/2009
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This contemporary western centers on two cowboy radio gossip columnists who get themselves in trouble after they begin talking about a certain outlaw's illicit activities. The outlaw and his gang are involved with an enemy spy and secrecy is of the essence. They decide to permanently silence the two. Fortunately, a brave sheriff rides to their rescue and brings the crooks to justice. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
Singer-songwriter Art Jarrett was given a tryout as a singing cowboy in Grand National's Trigger Pals. His cohorts included Lee Powell, herein billed as Lee "Lone Ranger" Powell because of his recent starring stint in the same-named Republic Serial, and all-purpose comedy relief Al St. John. The villains are a band of rustlers headed by Harvey Kent (Ted Adams), who tries to pin the blame of a recent hijacking on hero Lucky Morgan (Jarrett). Even heroine Doris Allen (Dorothy Fay) believes that Lucky is the guilty party until he clears himself in a slam-bang finale. Though Trigger Pals was well produced, Art Jarrett looked ill at ease in the Wide Open Spaces, thus his first starring western was also his last. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Art Davis - Himself
- Julie Duncan - Carol Price
- Kenne Duncan
- Frank Ellis - Hank Smith
- Arno Frey - Otto Reuther