Trigger Pals (January 13, 1939)
Released on January 13, 1939: (running time 54 minutes) When Lucky inherits half of a cattle ranch, the daughter of the owner, who owns the other half, wants to sell the ranch to a cagey, lying outlaw.
Produced by Philip N. Krasne
Directed by Sam Newfield
Written by George H. Plympton and Ted Richmond
The Actors: Arthur Jarrett (Lucky Morgan), Lee Powell (Stormy), Al St. John (Fuzzy), Dorothy Fay (Doris Allen), Ted Adams (Harvey Kent), Nina Guilbert (Aunt Minnie Archer), Stanley Blystone (Steve), Ernie Adams (henchman Pete), Earl Douglas (henchman Jake), Frank LaRue (Gates, rancher), Ethan Allen (Sheriff), Carl Mathews (henchman Hank), George Morrell (ranch hand), Wally West (ranch hand)
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The Lady Rancher, the Rustlers, and the Trigger Pals
John Ritter, most famous for starring in the television situation comedy “Three’s Company,” with Suzanne Somers and Joyce DeWitt, called the London Daily Express in August of 2001. The London Newspaper published the obituary of his mother, even though she was very much alive, and John Ritter wanted to set the record straight. The obituaries editor apologized on the telephone to John Ritter and followed it up with a gracious letter to the family.
In this cowboy adventure three trigger pals are helping the big city owner of a western ranch that is plagued with cattle rustling. Soon after our adventure begins, the leader of the trigger pals is told that the owner of the ranch has died, and he has inherited half of the ranch.
The other half of the ranch will belong to the owner’s daughter Doris, played by twenty-four-year old actress Dorothy Fay. After making this movie, it would be two more years before Dorothy Fay would marry cowboy star Tex Ritter, and another seven years after that until John Ritter would be born. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Al St. John as Trigger Pal Fuzzy
Al St. John, Lee Powell
Arthur Jarrett as Lucky Morgan
Dorothy Fay, Nina Guilbert
Ernie Adams as henchman Pete
Ernie Adams, Ted Adams, Dorothy Fay
Ted Adams, Dorothy Fay
Ted Adams, Frank LaRue
Ted Adams, Stanley Blystone