Down The Wyoming Trail
Westerns • 1h 2m
Tex Ritter is hired to play Santa Claus for the kids at the Parker ranch on Christmas Eve. Meanwhile, a criminal dressed as Santa robs Mr. Parker and kills a man. When Tex is arrested for the crimes, the action begins! Directed by Albert Herman for Monogram Pictures, this mixture of Christmas fun and cowboy adventure is a real treat. Along with some holiday favorites, the songs include "It Makes No Difference Now," "In Elk Valley," and "Going Back to Texas," all sung by Tex!
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