Bells of Capistrano
July 29, 2003
By Image Entertainment
Approximately 73 minutes
Fully Restored and Uncut
A feud between two rival rodeo companies accelerates when both want Gene Autry, the popular singing cowboy, as a crowd-drawing added attraction. Originally released September 15, 1942 and the last movie he filmed before serving in World War II, Bells of Capistrano features Gene singing five hit songs, including "In Old Capistrano" and "Forgive Me."
- Reminiscing with Gene Autry and Pat Buttram at the Melody Ranch Theater
- Poster and Lobby Card Art
- Production and Publicity Stills
- Original Press Kit Material
- Trivia and Movie Facts
- Production Notes
- Excerpts from the July 26, 1942 Melody Ranch Radio Show broadcast from CBS-WBBW Studio 10 from Chicago, Illinois. Gene Autry is sworn into the Army Air Corps by Col. Schaffer.
- Flight Officer Gene Autry information with Autry World War II Announcement, "Rubber Drive"
- Autry Museum of Western Heritage Public Service Announcement
|Actors/Artists: Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Virginia Grey, Joe Strauch, Jr. and Champion|
|Director: Morton Scott||Audio Format: Mono|
|Screen Format: Full Frame||Color: B&W|
|Original Languages: English||Other Languages: None|
|Region Code: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only)||Running Time:
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