Roving cowboy Bob Baker witnesses a gundown involving a crooning cowpoke and a U.S. marshal in "The Singing Outlaw" (1937). When the lawman dies, Baker takes his identity and finds himself in all sorts of predicaments, from trying to stop cattle rustlers to romancing a rancher's daughter. Joan Barclay, Fuzzy Knight also star. Then, "Border Wolves" (1938) stars Baker as an innocent accused of leading an attack on a covered wagon, then trying to clear his name by finding the real culprits. With Knight, Constance Moore, Glenn Strange. Baker is a sheriff who quits his job in disgrace after mistakenly believing he shot an innocent bystander during a gunfight. But he's back on the case when he discovers a piece of evidence that could lead to thereal killer, in "Guilty Trails" (1938). Marjorie Reynolds, Wally Wales co-star. And, in order to find out who killed his father, Baker impersonates a cattle rustler and discovers who is responsible for the dastardly deed when he hangs out with the outlaw gang, in "The Last Stand" (1938). With Moore, Knight. 3 1/2 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; theatrical trailers.