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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
I would recomend this movie to anyone who likes Roy Rogers or like a good western with singing.
By Rebekah Lavaliere
I'm 27 years old, most people think I'm too young to know who Roy Rogers is. But I know a good movie when I see it. The story start with Roy and The Sons of the Pioneers in New York City trying to get a record contract and they are swindled out of all their money, when they get a telegram saying that Gabby (Hazy) is dying and they need to go back to home to Oklahoma. But with no money they get a personal lone from Peggy Lane (Dale Evans), a reluctantly she gives them $300.16 to go home. There is an old feud between Grandma Lane and Gabby Whittaker. When Roy, the Pioneers and Peggy arrive in Oklahoma that's when the real fun starts.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
Man From Oklahoma
This movie carries me back when I was a kid at the Saturday morning matinee rooting for the good guys. The Saturday morning matinee included comedies, cartoons, a weekly serial and two westerns and it only cost 10 cents. I'm 73 years young, but still a child at heart. This movie has been re-mastered and the quality of this movie is great. If you are a Roy Rogers fan, I suggest you add this to your collection. I'm glad I did.
Gerald from GA.
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man from oklahoma
By vernon egolf
man from oklahoma roy rogers movie is not fully restored like it said. this movie only runs for 54 min. there are a lot of missing scenes in this movie so dont say this is fully restored when it is not i love watching roy rogers movies but give us the whole movie not ones that are choped up and please dont say fully restored when its not .run time 63 min. not 54 min.