DVD Box Set Information
The Gene Autry Show Seasons Three & Four
April 10, 2012
By Timeless Media Group
1953 – 1954
Approximately 740 minutes
13 Episodes (Season Three)
13 Episodes (Season Four)
Fully Restored and Uncut
The latest DVD release of The Gene Autry Show from Timeless Media and Flying A Pictures includes both Season Three and Season Four of this classic Western television series. Originally broadcast in 1953, each season has 13 episodes making this box set a total of 26 episodes plus bonus items.
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. By the middle of the 20th Century, Autry was a box office smash with his musical B Westerns, touring with his rodeo across the United States and the British Isles, and had several gold records, including his Christmas classic Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
Autry's highly anticipated television debut on CBS-TV, July 23, 1950, placed him immediately in the ranks of television's topmost attractions. What's more, with TV, America's beloved cowboy star added still another to his long list of illustrious "firsts." He became the first topflight motion picture star to make films especially for the Golden Age of Television.
The Gene Autry Show, sponsored by Wrigley's Doublemint Chewing Gum, originally aired on CBS from 1950 to 1955. The program follows the adventures of singing cowboy Gene Autry, his Wonder Horse Champion, and his sidekick Pat Buttram. Each unique show has Gene's trademark mixture of action, comedy, and singing. It also features a wide range of guests, including Gail Davis, Denver Pyle, Sheila Ryan, Clayton Moore, Harry Lauter, Lee Van Cleef, Lyle Talbot, the Cass County Boys, and Dick Jones.
Now, for the first time on DVD, the complete Season Three and Season Four of Gene Autry's landmark Television series The Gene Autry Show is brought home in these fully restored and uncut episodes from Autry's personal film and television archive. See for yourself why the hard-riding, furious-fighting, and smooth-singing Gene Autry is considered America's favorite cowboy.