“I spoke to a few people before watching this, and they all pretty much said the same thing: that it's very dated, which I can definitely see. But back in the old days this sort of film and comedy was the only thing people had. It was great to see Trigger though. Bob Hope sure has his moments, but he's not a favourite of mine. Jane Russell is great, as always. And Roy Rogers has a laugh at himself. It had it's moments, but it wasn't anything too good. I recommend you try some other Hope, instead of this.” read more
"1952. BOB HOPE as Peter "Junior" Potter, JANE RUSSELL (Mike Delroy), ROY ROGERS (Roy Barton), BILL WILLIAMS (Kirk), LLOYD CORRIGAN (Doc Lovejoy), PAUL E. BURNS (Ebenezer Hawkins), DOUGLASS DUMBRILLE (Sheriff McIntyre), IRON EYES CODY (Chief Yellow Cloud), HARRY VON ZELL (Mr Stoner), JEAN WILLES (Penelope - Junior's Harvard girlfriend), FRANK CORDELL (Dade), JACK PEPPER (customer in restaurant), HANK MANN (first bartender), CHESTER CONKLIN (second bartender), JUNE EASTON (Clara), DON DUNNING (Wal"