Trigger Trail is a 1944 American film about a crooked financier and a corrupt sheriff that conspire to steal land from ranchers in Oklahoma Territory for the purposes of a railroad right-of-way. A young lawyer, Clint Farrell, comes to the rescue with the aid of some fighting-mad ranchers.
Lewis D. Collins directed the film and Ed Earl Repp and Patricia Harper wrote the screenplay. The film stars Rod Cameron as Clint Farrel, Fuzzy Knight as Echo, Eddie Dew as Sheriff Bob Reynolds, Vivian Austin as Ann Catlett, Lane Chandler as Slade, the crooked Deputy, George Eldredge as Rance Hudson, Robert 'Buzz' Henry as Chip Kincaid, and Davison Clark as Silas Farrel.
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