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Gene Autry Collection 12

 

Released: November 17, 2015
By Timeless Media Group

Includes:
The Sagebrush Troubadour (1935)
Ride, Ranger, Ride (1936)
Yodelin' Kid from Pine Ridge (1937)
Gold Mine in the Sky (1938)

Fully Restored and Uncut

Synopsis:
Gene Autry is the only entertainer with all five stars on Hollywood's Walk of Fame, one each for Radio, Recording, Motion Pictures, Television and Live Performance. He was the silver screen's first singing cowboy and is credited with creating the genre of the Musical B-Western. As the star of 89 feature films, Gene brings music, comedy and action to each of his roles. Now, for the first time in a DVD Collection, Gene Autry's rollicking big-screen adventures and unforgettable tunes come home in these Western classics, fully restored and uncut from Autry's personal film archives.

Four fully restored films are featured in the Gene Autry Collection 12 DVD set.

Individual Film Synopses

The Sagebrush Troubadour
1935
Running Time:
Approximately 57 minutes
Fully Restored and Uncut

Synopsis:
SONGS AND SHOTS SOLVE A WESTERN MURDER MYSTERY!


Rangers Gene Autry and Frog Millhouse travel undercover as Western troubadours to find the killer of old, half-blind Frank Martin. Their only clues are a guitar string and a swayback horse that is the key to finding the dead man's lost goldmine. Complicating matters is the old man's granddaughter, a blonde cyclone of a gal, who is suspicious of Gene and Frog and hires them to supply the music for her grand masquerade dance so she can keep an eye on them. The Sagebrush Troubadour is a musical Western with melody, mirth, and mystery. (1935)

Gene Autry sings "On the Prairie." Gene and Smiley Burnette sing "Way Out West in Texas," "End of the Trail," and "I'd Love a Home in the Mountains." Smiley sings "Lookin' for the Lost Chord." Tommy Gene Fairey sings "Hurdy Gurdy Man." The entire cast sings "My Prayer for Tonight."

The Sagebrush Troubadour Special Features:

Ride, Ranger, Ride
1936
Running Time:
Approximately 63 minutes
Fully Restored and Uncut

Synopsis:
A SIX-GUN IS THE LAW WHEN GENE RIDES THE BANDITS TRAIL WITH THE BRAVEST MEN OF EARTH!


Former Texas Ranger Gene Autry receives a commission as lieutenant in the U.S. Cavalry and, along with troopers Frog Millhouse and Rufe Jones, reports to Colonel Summeral at Fort Adobe. Gene’s personal charm and ability to sing, quickly win him the heart of Dixie, the Colonel’s daughter. But when jealous Lt. Cameron conspires with an Indian spy to send Gene and his detachment into an ambush, Gene loses a man in the fray. After he and his friends are disgraced and ousted from the army, Gene must round up the real troublemakers and win back favor with the colonel…and Dixie. (1936)

Gene Autry and the Tennessee Ramblers sing "Ride, Ranger, Ride." Gene sings "On the Sunset Trail." The Tennessee Ramblers sing "Goin' Down the Road." Smiley Burnette sings "The Bugle Song." Gene and the Texas Rangers sing "The Yellow Rose of Texas." Smiley and Max Terhune sing "Marche Militaire." Extras sing "Song of the Pioneers."

Ride, Ranger, Ride Special Features:

Yodelin' Kid from Pine Ridge
1937
Running Time:
Approximately 60 minutes
Fully Restored and Uncut

Synopsis:
THRILLS AND YOUR HARD-RIDIN', SWEET SINGIN' ACTION ACE!


Gene Autry is involved in a feud between cattlemen, who want land for grazing, and turpentine forest folk, who make a hardscrabble living off pine trees, in his hometown in Georgia. When Gene warns the turpentiners that the ranchers plan to burn them out of the forest, he is accused of being on their side, is disowned by his father and leaves town to join a Wild West Show. Years later, when the show returns, local bad man Len Parker is still stirring up trouble. Before Gene can put an end to his cattle-rustling and tree-burning, Parker has Gene framed for murder! Gene must enlist the aid of the Wild West Show to stop a range war and clear his name. (1937)

Gene Autry sings "Sing Me a Song of the Saddle," "Hittin' the Trail," and "Down in Santa Fe." Gene, Smiley Burnette, and extras sing "Georgia Rodeo." The Tennessee Ramblers sing "Molly Put the Kettle On," plus two Medleys. Extras sing "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot."

Yodelin' Kid from Pine Ridge Special Features:

Gold Mine in the Sky
1938
Running Time:
Approximately 60 minutes
Fully Restored and Uncut

Synopsis:
YOUR SERENADING SON OF THE SADDLE, GENE AUTRY... BACK ON THE SCREEN ONCE AGAN TO THRILL YOU WITH SONGS AND ADVENTURE.


When spoiled Eastern gal Cody inherits a ranch, it is up to the ranch foreman, Gene Autry, to keep things in order. Since Cody can't sell the ranch until she weds, she makes plans to marry a Chicago cattle broker and turns the place into a dude ranch. Gene soon learns the fiancé is an unscrupulous racketeer who only wants the valuable property and to get rid of Gene! In between songs with Gene and the Golden West Cowboys there's a fake cattle-rustling raid, kidnappings and attempted murder. With the help of his sidekick, Frog Millhouse, Gene rides down the adventure trail in his most exciting Western thriller! (1938)

Gene Autry sings "I'd Love to Call You Sweetheart" and "As Long As I Have My Horse." Gene and extras sing "There's a Gold Mine in the Sky." Gene, Smiley Burnette and extras sing "Hummin' When We're Coming Round the Bend" and "Hike Yaa." Gene, Smiley, the Stafford Sisters, and J. L. Frank's Golden West Cowboys sing "Dude Ranch Cowhands." Smiley, Frankie Marvin, and J.L. Frank's Golden West Cowboys sing "That's How Donkeys Were Born" and "I'm a Tumbleweed Tenor."

Gold Mine in the Sky Special Features:


Two-DVD Box Set
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:
428 minutes
Not Rated
Closed Captioned

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