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Tex and his pals join the Rangers to fight rustlers along the border. When Doc and Pee Wee get framed for rustling and then jailed, Tex deserts the Rangers, crosses the border, and joins up with the outlaw gang hoping somehow to clear his pals.
Tex Ritter and his two sidekicks Horace Murphy and Snub Pollard are Arizona Rangers in Riders Of The Rockies, a film which aspires to spoof some operetta type films that were being done at bigger studios.<br/><br/>First of all Ritter gets an opening scene ballad that would have been right at home in a Nelson Eddy picture with Ritter leading a band of his Ranger buddies. Later on in a saloon Tex gets to do a duet with a Jeanette MacDonald like soprano in Louise Stanley. What must Jeanette and Nelson have thought of this film?<br/><br/>Sidekicks in westerns are usually played for laughs and they sure are funny here. But the only explanation for Pollard and Murphy winding up as Rangers is that it's a package deal, you get Ritter, but you have to endure these two.<br/><br/>And while Tex is undercover over in Mexico trying to get a line on a gang of rustlers, these two nearly gum up the works pretty good.<br/><br/>There's a bit more satirical type humor in Riders Of The Rockies than you find in most B westerns from Poverty Row studios.
Here Tex is an Arizona Ranger, with his co-Rangers Pee Wee (Snub Pollard) and Doc (Horace Murphy), all introducing themselves in the opening song. The high point of this film is actually Yakima Canutt playing the sarcastic Ranger Captain Beef, who is always putting down Tex and his sidekicks. Too bad the Mighty Yak couldn't have been in more movies and with bigger parts where he did this-- his looks and scratchy voice are perfect for sarcasm.<br/><br/>But back to the movie, it's got a great version of Tex and the boys (with Louise Stanley) singing "Home on the Range." In the cantina scenes Tex and Louise warble some kind of semi-operatic duet but it's pretty painful despite the surprise of his performing a duet with the female 'lead.'<br/><br/>The other highlight is the 'riding cowboys singing a riding song,' ("Arizona Rangers,") a staple scene that appears in many western films of the thirties, usually at the beginning. Here it's near the end, and not too bad even with the 'we're riding along singing a song..' lyrics. The best song in this style is, of course, in 'Zorro's Fighting Legion' (1939).<br/><br/>Other than some funny lines like, "This looks like a good place to coffee up," and "Looks like he's got a case of the collywobbles," there isn't too much going on in this one. I give it a 3.