GEORGE HOUSTON WESTERNS #1

SET #1

THE LONE RIDER FIGHTS BACK

Appropriately enough, Houston disguises himself as a musician to get the goods on a gang of terrorists. The principal villain hopes to scare the local miners off their land, so he can move in and clean up. Suffice it to say he doesn't succeed. Al St. John, everybody's comedy sidekick, adds a few choice chuckles to the proceedings

OUTLAWS OF BOULDER PASS

Dennis Moore, who played Sheriff Smoky Moore in previous entries, took a name change this time, to Smoky Hammer. Battling a gang of outlaws out to steal his ranch, Smoky discovers that he has a half-sister, Tess (Marjorie Manners), whose father was killed by her guardian, ranch foreman Clayton (Karl Hackett). Enter vigilantes Tom (George Houston) Cameron, aka "The Lone Rider," and his grizzled sidekick Fuzzy Jones (Al St. John), who once again help Smoky bring the villains to justice.

THE LONE RIDER AND THE BANDIT

George Houston once again played vigilante turned champion of justice Tom Cameron, known colloquially as "The Lone Rider,". Cameron comes to the aid of his friend, the sheriff of Big Horn (Dennis Moore), who's having trouble with a bandit (Carl Sepulveda) masquerading as the legendary outlaw Joaquin Murietta. Sepulveda has been hired by a saloon keeper (Glenn Strange) to scare the area's prospectors into selling or abandoning their claims. Leading lady Vicki Lester refuses to sell, and her house is promptly torched. Al St. John was once again Houston's comic sidekick, Fuzzy Jones.

GEORGE HOUSTON WESTERNS #1
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