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Television
The Gene Autry Show

Double Barreled Vengeance

Flying A Pictures
Season 1, Episode 26 (1-26)
Production #26
Network: CBS
Running Time: 30 minutes
Color

Original Air Date:
Saturday, April 21, 1951

Sponsor: Wrigley's Doublemint Chewing Gum

Brief Synopsis:
As a special investigator for an express company, Gene has to turn outlaw to find stolen money.

Detailed Synopsis:
Disguised as an outlaw, Gene Autry holds up a stagecoach, robbing Slinger, a dubious character, and Yvette Wilson, a flashy but attractive girl. To avert suspicion, Gene also takes a chiming watch from his friend Sagebrush. Later in Canyon City, Gene and Sagebrush try to convince Slinger, who has just been discharged from the penitentiary, that they are outlaws. To make it even more convincing, Gene gets into a fight and has himself arrested by Sheriff Tom Lash. Gene, of course, is really a special agent investigating a ten-year-old robbery. Slinger is the only known living member of the gang who knows where the stolen money is buried. The sheriff, a secret member of the gang, promises to aid Gene, but contacts Slinger. With Sagebrush's help, Gene rescues Slinger from attack, wins his confidence, and learns the truth about the sheriff. Sagebrush must lock up Yvette when she discovers he and Gene are investigators. When Gene sends Sagebrush with blasting powder to Slinger, Yvette warns the sheriff, who goes after Slinger, killing him and shooting Sagebrush. Gene manages to release himself from jail in time to race out and capture the sheriff.


Cast:

Character: Performer:
Gene Autry Gene Autry
Sagebrush Fuzzy Knight
Yvette Wilson Nan Leslie
Slinger Raymond Hatton
Sheriff Tom Lash Bill Kennedy
Gus Gregg Barton
Joe Reed Howes
Dusty Michael Ragan
Champion Champion, World's
Wonder Horse

Songs:

I Wish I Had Never
Met Sunshine
Gene Autry

Crew:

Executive in charge
of Production
Armand Schaefer
Directed by John English
Producer Louis Gray
Screenplay Sue Dwiggins - Vy Russell
Director of Photography William Bradford, A.S.C.
Film Editor Jodie Copelan
Musical Director Carl Cotner
Music Supervisor Irving Friedman
Musical Score Walter Greene
Recorded by Glen Glenn Sound Company