From 1942 until 1947, PRCran this TriggerTrioseries with Lee Powell, Bill Boyd, and Art Davis as the marshals. Boyd and Davis were singing cowboys, and the movies were heavy on music and light on action. Only six episodes were made. The series ended when Powell went into the military, eventually dying in action in 1944.

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