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Fun Autry Fact:

When the famous "Hollywood" sign fell into disrepair in 1978, various entertainers agreed to buy a letter for $27,777.77. Gene bought the first "L."

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Watch a Gene Autry Video Clip

I've Got No Use for Women
from Under Fiesta Stars (1941)


Gene Autry and Barbara Erwin (Carol Hughes) are in a property fight and Barbara has divided the house in half - split down the middle - when Gene decides to tease her with the song "I've Got No Use for Women" over a delicious turkey dinner in the Republic Pictures film Under Fiesta Stars (1941). Smiley Burnette, Joseph Strauch, Jr., and Frank Darien are on the "he side" with Gene and Pauline Drake is on the "she side" with Carol.

Written by Sol Meyer

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