The Law of Contact

Down Dakota Way (September 9, 1949)

Roy Rogers, Elisabeth Risdon
 

Released on September 9, 1949: (running time 67 minutes) The mother of an outlaw killer helps him escape from Roy Rogers and the Law.

Produced by Edward J. White

Directed by William Witney

The Actors: Roy Rogers (Roy Rogers), Dale Evans (Ruth Shaw, school teacher), Pat Brady (Sparrow Biffle), Montie Montana (Sheriff Holbrook), Elisabeth Risdon (Dolly Paxton, old school teacher), Byron Barr (Steve Paxton), James Cardwell (Saunders, McKenzie's foreman), Roy Barcroft (Mack McKenzie), Emmett Vogan (Doctor George Fredricks, Veterinarian), Foy Willing (Foy, leader of the Riders of the Purple Sage), Riders of the Purple Sage (cowhands, musicians), Gertrude Astor (bus passenger), Victor Cutler (bus driver), Joe Gilbert (bus passenger), George LaMond (minister), Johnny Paul (Johnny), Darol Rice (Darol, pianist for Riders of the Purple Sage), Suzanne Ridgway (blonde bus passenger), Al Sloey (Al)

 

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The Outlaw Killer and His Rifle Shooitng Mother

George Bernard Shaw, born in Dublin, Ireland, was the leading theatre playwright of the nineteenth century, winning the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1925. He is still considered the second-best play writer in British history, only exceeded by William Shakespeare. He received the Academy Award Oscar for Best Screenplay for his 1938 story Pygmalion —», which got a total of four Academy Award nominations.

In 1918 a young actress named Daisy Cartwright Risdon, a graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art caught Bernard Shaw’s attention, and he cast her in the lead of several of his best productions. Daisy Risdon, acting under the name Elisabeth Risdon, appeared in 41 British silent motion pictures between 1913 and 1917, and in 1915 was voted the most popular movie star in England.

Elisabeth came to the U.S. during World War One, acting on Broadway, and in silent movies produced in the New York area. Her first U.S. movie appearance was in “A Star Over Night,” produced by the Stage Women’s War Relief Fund in 1919. She continued to act on stage, in motion pictures, and in television shows up through 1957.

In this Roy Rogers cowboy adventure, Elisabeth Risdon is the mother of a boy gone wrong, who has become an outlaw killer. When Roy Rogers and the Sheriff’s posse chase him to his home, he convinces his mother that he is innocent and has been framed by the law. His mother helps him to escape Roy Rogers and the posse by shooting at them from her living room window, hitting Roy Rogers as he tries to convince her to turn her son over to the law. Like every good mother, she will defend her son any way she can. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Byron Barr
Byron Barr
Byron Barr, Elisabeth Risdon
Byron Barr, Elisabeth Risdon
Byron Barr
Byron Barr
Dale Evans
Dale Evans
Dale Evans, Elisabeth Risdon
Dale Evans, Elisabeth Risdon
Dale Evans, Roy Rogers
Dale Evans, Roy Rogers
Dale Evans
Dale Evans
Dale Evans
Dale Evans
Dale Evans
Dale Evans
Elisabeth Risdon
Elisabeth Risdon
Elisabeth Risdon
Elisabeth Risdon
Emmett Vogan
Emmett Vogan
Emmett Vogan, Byron Barr
Emmett Vogan, Byron Barr
Gertrude Astor
Gertrude Astor
James Cardwell
James Cardwell
James Cardwell, Byron Barr
James Cardwell, Byron Barr
James Cardwell, Roy Barcroft
James Cardwell, Roy Barcroft
James Cardwell, Roy Barcroft
James Cardwell, Roy Barcroft
James Cardwell
James Cardwell
James Cardwell
James Cardwell
Montie Montana
Montie Montana
Pat Brady
Pat Brady
Pat Brady, Dale Evans
Pat Brady, Dale Evans
Pat Brady, Dale Evans
Pat Brady, Dale Evans
Riders of the Purple Sage
Riders of the Purple Sage
Roy Barcroft
Roy Barcroft
Roy Barcroft, James Cardwell
Roy Barcroft, James Cardwell
Roy Barcroft
Roy Barcroft
Roy Rogers
Roy Rogers
Roy Rogers, Elisabeth Risdon
Roy Rogers, Elisabeth Risdon
Roy Rogers, Foy Willing
Roy Rogers, Foy Willing
Roy Rogers, Pat Brady, Dale Evans
Roy Rogers, Pat Brady, Dale Evans
Roy Rogers
Roy Rogers
Victor Cutler
Victor Cutler