IN OLD AMARILLO-1951, B&W, 66-67 minutes. My DVD-R copy is a full theatrical collector copy. Only the edited version is on YouTube. This is the last Roy Rogers movie of the six with Penny Edwards. She rides Buttermilk again. Pat Brady is back. This is also the first of three movies with Pinky Lee as Roy's sidekick, and the new musical trio, The Roy Rogers Riders. Roy is a trouble shooter for big rancher, Pierre Watkin. Watkin wants Roy to fire the current foreman, Roy Barcroft, and see his ranch and cattle through a drought. Watkin sends his tipsy son, Kenneth Howell, along, to sober him up. Estelita Rodriguez is the son's girlfriend and Pinky Lee is his bodyguard. Pinky Lee's his bodyguard??? Even though Pinky, as a sidekick, is strange, when trouble starts, he's depicted as a competent cowboy and straight-shooter. Penny Edwards is helping her Granny, Elisabeth Risdon run a neighboring ranch. Even before he was fired, Barcroft and his gang were using the drought to try and buy all the cattle and land they can at low prices. To help with the drought, Roy brings in water on railroad tank cars and gets the ranchers to hire a cloud seeder, Flying rainmaker Larry J. Blake. The bad guys hijack the water tanker and blow up a trestle to stop more tankers from coming in. Barcroft forces Howell to help him shoot down the rainmaker plane. There's good Lydecker model work with a water tanker train car scale model careening down the tracks and exploding. The sequence is a combination of outdoor footage with Roy's double and maybe stunt Trigger catching the runaway tanker and then Roy and Tom Steele fighting each other, along with stunt doubles for them, on top of the tanker on the studio sound stage. (Even though Tom Steele is a stunt man, when he has lines in a movie, he gets a stunt double too.) The action switches to outdoors with the model tanker blowing up as it crosses the trestle. Dynamited by Barcroft. I have never really tried to spot real Trigger vs stunt Triggers in the action scenes. Sometimes the stars never make it to the far off locations. Doubles would be used and the stars would do their close ups, outside, closer to home, or in the studio. I wonder if that held for the star horses too? Sometimes the co-stars would ride with the star doubles on location. Bullet is puzzled by Pinky. Young Penny Edwards sings in 1943 and in the '60s she was the Tiparillo Girl.