Roy Rogers was one of the most popular stars of Western era. The American singer and actor, was known as the ‘King of Cowboys.’ He rose to fame after he starred in ‘The Roy Rogers Show’ (1951-57). During his career, Roger appeared in more than 100 films, radio and TV shows. He made his film debut in 1935, and audience fell in love with his cowboy image. He had his first known leading role in the film ‘Under Western Stars’ (1938). During his stunning career, he starred in countless films such as ‘Jeepers Creepers ‘ (1939), ‘Dark Command’ (1940), ‘King of the Cowboys’ (1943), ‘Trail of Robinhood’ (1950) ‘The Muppet Show’ (1979) and ‘The Fail Guy’ (1983 and 1984). He played characters of his own name in most of his films. One can only imagine the level of his popularity. He was the top paid western actor for 16 consecutive years.
Foolish insurance agent Milford Farnsworth unwittingly sells life insurance worth US $100000 to notorious outlaw Jesse James. Farnsworth is then sent to the West to protect James, to protect the investment. But Jesse plans on killing Farnsworth and he must survive while falling in love with the beautiful Cora Lee Collins.
Doris is the daughter of a wealthy man, who is upset that her marriage has been fixed with a man she doesn’t like. She runs away on the night before her wedding, and soon meets a cowboy named Jeff Larabee.
After being a witness to a mob murder, Eleanor Spencer, a nightclub singer heads to Los Angeles in order to lie low. She soon meets Gene Autry, a sheriff of a small town, who develops a liking for her.
The Big Show is a Western musical romantic comedy film which revolves around an arrogant movie star Tom Ford, who is supposed to make an appearance at the Texas Centennial celebration. However, he leaves on a vacation and therefore his publicity manager is forced to convince Gene Autry, a double, to appear in Tom’s place.
Pecos Bill is an animated short film, which revolves around the life of a legendary Texas cowboy and his horse Widowmaker.