Song of Nevada

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"YOU'LL CHEER! YOU'LL APPLAUD! YOU'LL LOVE ROY ROGERS in this new song-filled super-adventure!"
  • Approved
  • 1944
  • 1 hr 15 min
  • 6.1  (130)

Roy Rogers is back in one of his most beloved Westerns, Song of Nevada (1944). The film's title derives from the song featured in the film, recorded with vocals from Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers. The movie follows Roy as he attempts to find out who is behind the attempted murder of his friend, Professor Blackstone. While searching for clues, Roy meets the beautiful Helen Williams (Dale Evans), who is Blackstone's assistant. With the help of his trusty horse Trigger and loyal sidekick Gabby Hayes, Roy sets out to catch the culprit and clear Blackstone's name.

The movie opens with a Western band playing the title song, as we see Roy Rogers and his horse Trigger approaching on the horizon. They are greeted with a warm welcome by a group of people all dressed in 1940s Western gear. We soon learn that Roy is in town to perform at a local saloon, but he has a more pressing matter to attend to: the attempted murder of his friend Professor Blackstone.

Roy meets Blackstone's assistant, Helen Williams, who informs him that someone has stolen Blackstone's formula for a powerful explosive. The thief also attempted to kill Blackstone by tampering with his car. Roy agrees to help Helen and Blackstone, and the two set out to find the culprit.

Along the way, they encounter a group of suspicious characters, including a gang of outlaws led by the villainous Ward Burton (Grant Withers). Roy and Gabby go under cover to try and infiltrate the gang, but they are soon found out and caught. However, they are saved by Trigger, who chases the outlaws away.

As the plot thickens, we see Helen and Roy grow closer. They share a duet of the song "Song of Nevada," which showcases their amazing musical talents. The song is beautiful and catchy, and it has since become a classic Western tune.

Song of Nevada also features several exciting action sequences, including a thrilling chase scene on horseback and a tense shootout between Roy and the outlaws. The film is a classic Western, full of gunfights, horseback riding, and daring stunts.

In addition to the stellar performances by Rogers, Evans, and Withers, the film also features a talented supporting cast, including Gabby Hayes as Roy's sidekick, and Bob Nolan as one of the Sons of the Pioneers. The movie's direction by Joseph Kane is also impressive, as he expertly blends action, romance, and music throughout the film.

Overall, Song of Nevada is a must-see for any fan of classic Westerns. It's a film that captures the spirit of the Old West, with its breathtaking landscapes and thrilling action sequences. It's also a great showcase for the musical talents of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, who make a charming and talented duo on screen. Even today, Song of Nevada is a film that can be enjoyed by the whole family, and its enduring popularity is a testament to its enduring legacy.

Song of Nevada is a 1944 western with a runtime of 1 hour and 15 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.1.

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    1 hr 15 min
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    6.1  (130)