Abilene Trail: Fleeing a sheriff's posse after being unjustly accused as horse-thieves, Dave "Kansas Kid" Hill (Whip Wilson) and Sagebrush Charlie (Andy Clyde) are befriended by Ed Dawson (Tommy Farrell), who is wounded while helping them escape. Kansas take Ed to a doctor in Tonto City, and Ed offers them jobs with his father's trail herd. They report to Dawson's foreman, Slavens (Marshall Reed), who instead sends them to the rival Coulter (Bill Kennedy) outfit. Suspicious to Slaven's motives, Ed sends Kansas and Charlie ahead to his father's ranch where, due to a misunderstanding, his sister Mary (Noel Neill) tries to ambush them. They sign up with Mr. Dawson (Steve Clark) just in time to hear the trail boss, Red (Lee Roberts) trying to get the hands to quit Dawson and join Coulter. Kansas stops this but Mary has found a reward poster on Kansas and Charlie and notifies Sheriff Warner (Stanley Price).
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||February 04, 1951|
|Director:||Lewis D Collins|
|Actors:||Al Haskell Andy Clyde Bill Kennedy Clarke Stevens Dennis Moore Jack Low Lee Roberts Lyle Talbot Marshall Reed Milburn Morante Noel Neill Stanley Price Steve Clark Ted Adams Tommy Farrell Whip Wilson|
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