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The Old Corral(1936)
Singing sheriff Gene Autry has to deal with big-city black hats when some Chicago mobsters (!) head out west to track down a murder witness. And if that's not enough, this action-packed oater also features the Sons of the Pioneers (with a young Roy Rogers); Smiley Burnette, Hope Manning, Lon Chaney, Jr. also star. 54 min. Standard; ... more
Ride into adventure with this sagebrush classic that has cowpoke Gene Autry getting thrown off a train by a ruthless crook who subsequently steals his name and identity. When the varmint kills one of Autry's pals, our hero enlists the help of sidekick Smiley Burnette to bring the black hat to justice. With Frances Grant, Earle Hodgins. ... more
The Big Show(1936)
Filmed on location at the Texas Centennial in Dallas, this unusual Gene Autry outing finds him in a dual role: an egotistical film cowboy named Tom Ford and his good-natured stunt double (named, of course, Gene Autry). The fun starts when Ford is booked to appear at the Texas fair and Autry agrees to fill in for him. With Smiley Burnette, ... more
Boots And Saddles(1937)
Gene Autry is foreman of a horse ranch whose new owner turns out to be a spoiled English youngster. Along with teaching the lad about Western life, Gene has to contend with a scheming competitor, a colonel's feisty daughter, a barn fire, and the well-meaning blunders of sidekick Smiley Burnette. With Judith Allen, Ra Hould. Standard; ... more
Git Along Little Dogies(1937)
Gene Autry stars in this exciting Western adventure about an oil well being drilled in the middle of cattle country. This sets up a feud between oilmen and the ranchers--with Autry caught in the middle, his loyalty to the ranchers challenged when he realizes that the well is sure to bring a railroad (and thus more prosperity) to the ... more
Rootin' Tootin' Rhythm(1937)
Cattle rustlers are after Gene Autry's herd, so he and sidekick Smiley Burnette assume the identities of some dead outlaws in order to work their way into the gang. The scheme works...until the "dead" bad guys show up! Monte Blue, Armida also star.53 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Round-Up Time In Texas(1937)
Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette bring a herd of horses to the diamond fields of South Africa, and Gene is framed on a charge of diamond smuggling. Can Gene escape the natives' clutches and clear his name in time for the closing credits? Songs and jungle action mix in this unusual Autry oater. Maxine Doyle, Champion (Gene's horse), and ... more
When a no-goodnik steals cattle and blames innocent turpentiners, the duped ranchers burn down their trees. Enter our hero, Gene Autry--who sings, lassos, sings again, rides, gets framed, bursts into song, and gets the bad guys in this western opus. With Smiley Burnette, Betty Bronson, and Ming the Merciless himself, Charles Middleton, ... more
When a series of murders in a radium mine has the local lawmen perplexed, they turn to the one gunslinger who can put things right, "The Fighting Westerner" Randolph Scott. Frontier actioner also stars Chic Sale and Ann Sheridan in an early leading role. AKA: "Rocky Mountain Mystery." Next, in "Boots and Saddles," Gene Autry is a ranch ... more
Man From Music Mountain(1938)
In this rip-roarin', rootin'-tootin' oater, Gene Autry and sidekick Smiley Burnette run up against a no-goodnik (Ivan Miller) defrauding ranchers by selling them shares in a phony gold mine. When it turns out there really is gold in them there hills, the swindler tries to buy the shares back--and traps Gene inside the mine as he tries ... more
The Old Barn Dance(1938)
Gene Autry is a radio singer/cowboy who makes his living by selling horses. He agrees to croon on a radio station to help a gal out, but it turns out their sponsor is a tractor company! Now, Gene and Smiley Burnette will have to use some horse sense to get the ranchers to stick with good old-fashioned hoofpower. Joan Valerie, Sammy ... more
Gene Autry's the ranch owner whose radium-rich property is coveted by some crooks, and the fight leads both parties to the underground kingdom of Murania in this feature-length version of Gene Autry's action-packed "The Phantom Empire" serial. With Betsy King Ross, Frankie Darro, Smiley Burnette. AKA: "Couldn't Possibly Happen," "Men ... more
Guns-a'blazin' western actioner finds Gene Autry safeguarding a young cowpoke wrongly accused of murder, while dogging the real killers. Gene also finds time to sing "Loaded Pistols," "Blue Tail Fly," and more. Co-stars Chill Wills, Barbara Britton. 75 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
Gene Autry must salvage his reputation and clear his name after being wrongly accused of poisoning cattle by a ring of outlaws (Douglass Dumbrille, Damian O'Flynn and Clayton Moore) who are destroying the timberlands. 72 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
When he discovers the Indians who've been stealing from him are suffering from malnutrition, rancher Gene Autry decides to help them even the score with the crooked local businessman who's trying to get his hands on their tribes most valued possession: their chief's necklace. Sheila Ryan, Jay Silverheels, and Clayton Moore also star. ... more
Rim Of The Canyon(1949)
All 26 episodes from the debut season--including "Head for Texas," "The Silver Arrow," "The Poisoned Waterhole," and the color episodes "The Raiders" and "Double Barreled Vengeance"--are featured in a three-disc set. 10 3/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English. **26 episodes on 3 discs. 10 3/4 hrs.**
All 26 episodes from the second season--including "Ghost Town Raiders," "The Bandits of Boulder Bluff," "Galloping Hoofs," "Six Gun Romeo," and "The Trail of the Witch"--are featured in a four-disc set. 12 1/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English. **26 episodes on 4 discs. 12 1/4 hrs.**
All 13 episodes from season three and all 13 episodes from season four--including "Thunder Out West," "Gypsy Wagon," "Ransom Cross," "Santa Fe Raiders," and "Outlaw Warning"--are featured in a four-disc set. 12 1/3 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono. **26 episodes on 4 discs. 12 1/3 hrs.**
First, Gene Autry hits the "Melody Trail" (1935) when the cash he won at a rodeo is stolen by a Gypsy. The King of the Cowboys takes on no-good cattle rustlers and woos a rancher's daughter (Ann Rutherford) in this song-filled sagebrusher. Smiley Burnette, Wade Boteler co-star. Next, who'd want to frame Autry? "Rhythm of the Saddle" ... more
First, in "The Old Barn Dance" (1938), Gene Autry is a radio singer/cowboy who makes his living selling horses. But when he agrees to croon on a radio show sponsored by a tractor company, Gene and Smiley Burnette will have to use some horse sense to get the ranchers to stick with good old-fashioned hoofpower. With Joan Valerie, Sammy ... more
Rancher Gene Autry comes to the aid of a jockey recovering from an injury and helps him get back in the saddle again, but first must locate the runaway horse his new pal was planning to ride in a race, in "Trail to San Antone" (1947), co-starring Johnny Duncan and Peggy Stewart. It's up to Gene and sidekick Chuckwalla (Pat Buttram) ... more
When mail rider Gene Autry is ambushed by owlhoots and left to die in the desert, he is saved thanks to a wild stallion that he tames. Can Gene and his new equine pal win a big race and catch the baddies? "Comin' Round the Mountain" (1936) co-stars Ann Rutherford and Smiley Burnette. And Autry has plenty of "Mountain Rhythm" (1939) ... more
Gene sets out to save "The Strawberry Roan" (1948), a wild horse that threw a rancher's young son, so that the boy can get back in the saddle and regain his self-confidence. Dick Jones, Pat Buttram, and Champion, as the title steed, co-star. Then, it's Gene Autry times two, portraying both a marshal who corrals a gang of crooks and ... more
When their pursuit of a bank-robbing duo takes them over the Canadian border, Montana lawmen Gene Autry and Pat Buttram team up with RCMP constable Richard Emory--whose partner was killed by the crooks--to show the baddies that justice knows no boundaries, in "Gene Autry and the Mounties" (1951). Next, ex-Texas Ranger Gene straps on ... more
When some rascals sabotage a dam construction project along the "Red River Valley" (1936), it's up to Gene Autry to ride in, set things right, and show he's the toughest hombre by a dam site. Smiley Burnette, Frances Grant, and Boothe Howard co-star. AKA: "Man of the Frontier." Gene joins his fellow ranchers in a rent protest and winds ... more
Gene Autry's first starring feature turn "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" (1935) finds the singing cowboy returning home after a five-year absence to find his father murdered and his old pal charged with the crime, so he teams with sidekick Smiley Burnette to find the real killer. With Lucille Browne and Gabby Hayes, plus such Autry song standards ... more
The search for a pair of bank robbers leads Gene Autry and pal Pat Buttram on a chase that culminates in a wild runaway train ride, in the contemporary B-western thriller "The Blazing Sun" (1950); Kenne Duncan, Alan Hale, Jr. co-star. Frontier doctor Gene must settle a feud between cattlemen and copper miners in "The Hills of Utah" ... more
Two-disc set includes "The Old Corral," "Red River Valley" (1936), "Springtime in the Rockies," "Boots and Saddles," "The Old Barn Dance," "Oh, Susanna!," "Rootin' Tootin' Rhythm," and "Riders of the Whistling Pines." NOTE: This Title Is Out Of Print; Limit One Per Customer.
Gunslinging good guy Gene Autry and sidekick Smiley Burnette find themselves in the middle of a range war when they take the side of sheep herders moving into cattle territory, in "Springtime in the Rockies" (1937). Collection also includes "The Big Show," "Boots and Saddles," and "Riders of the Whistling Pines." 3 3/4 hrs. total. Standard; ... more