As a wagon train treks west, two men, Lt. Singleton and a Stanton, a scout, are rivals for the attentions of the Colonels's daughter, Virginia. Stanton is held for murder after a fight with a bad guy named Davolo. He escapes jail and joins the train disguised as a minister. Virginia runs off with him and they start a saloon in San Fransisco. Guilt overcomes him and he leaves her, he rejoins the Army, afterward finding she forgives him.
Here it comes- the "Covered Waggon" of the talking screen! All colour operetta of the outdoors. (Print Ad-Morning Bulletin, ((Rockhampton, Qld.)) 12 December 1930)
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The nine sound discs for the film survive in the UCLA Film and Television Archives. See more
Featured in Romance of the West
Music by Vincent Youmans
Lyrics by J. Russel Robinson
Sung by John Boles See more