Cattleman Gene Autry becomes the guardian of a wayward boy deeply indebted to a gambler. Hoping to straighten him out, Gene sends the boy to the New Mexico Military Institute but the lad flees and is framed for an ex-jockey's murder. Full of rugged action and smooth Western songs, this was Autry's 70th screen feature and includes such tunes as "Can't Shake the Sands of Texas from My Shoes," "There's a Rainbow on the Rio Colorado" and "The Honey Song."
Gene Autry's musical adventures in the Old West continue. This time around Autry takes a young boy under his wing, only to discover that he is in debt to a gambler. The boy spurns Gene's aid and ends up being framed for murder. Many heartfelt songs ensue in what was Autry's 70th screen appearance.