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Fun Autry Fact:

When he was a young man, Gene received an offer from a professional baseball team to become a player. Gene turned down the offer because it would have meant a fifty-dollar-a-month pay cut from his telegrapher's job.

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Watch a Gene Autry Video Clip

Ride, Ranger, Ride
from Texans Never Cry (1951)

Gene Autry, Pat Buttram, and "a bunch mossy horned old Rangers" sing the Western classic "Ride, Ranger, Ride" from the 1951 Columbia Pictures film Texans Never Cry.


Written by Vern (Tim) Spencer
Published by American Music, Inc.

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