The Gene Autry Show: Gold Dust Charlie
Gold Dust Charlie
Head for Texas
The Doodle Bug
The Silver Arrow
Saddle up, ride along and sing along with America's favorite cowboy into the golden age of television where a white hat meant hero and a guitar was just as handy as a pearl-handled six-gun.
Every week from 1950 to 1955, Gene Autry, the original singing cowboy and star of the rodeo ring, records, radio and the big screen, rounded up a whole herd of thrill-packed adventures and wagonloads of laughter right in America's living room. Now, newly restored and presented here for the first time on DVD, these fun-filled episodes feature the magnificent trick stallion Champion, Gene's unforgettable songs, funny-man Pat Buttram (Green Acres' Mr. Haney) and the worst claim jumpers, bank robbers and desperadoes the West had to offer.
Load up your cap gun, grab hold of the reins and get ready to ride off into a black-and-white sunset on the dusty trail to action and excitement.
1. This is one DVD with four fully restored The Gene Autry Show episodes: Gold Dust Charlie, Head for Texas, The Doodle Bug, and The Silver Arrow.
2. Released May 1, 2001.
3. Bonus features include Gene Autry Sing-A-Long Jukebox and Gene's Original Wrigley's Chewing Gum Commercials.
Individual Episode Synopses:
When Gold Dust Charlie turns up dead, Gene must outwit the claim jumpin' murderer and bring him to justice. Songs: "Cowboy Blues," "Home on the Range," "Great Grand-Dad," and "Mexicali Rose." See its detailed Television page
Gene teams up with a down-on-his-luck jockey to stop a band of cattle rustlers who use a clever trick to steal livestock from a lovely lady rancher. Song: "Sing Me a Song of the Saddle." See its detailed Television page
Gene investigates a series of stagecoach holdups and discovers a gang of thieves and a pretty schoolmarm in distress. Song: "Ridin' Down the Canyon." See its detailed Television page
When a witness to murder is found dead, pierced with a silver arrow, Gene and Pat help the accused man who has been framed. Together they flush out the real killer as he tries to steal the deed to a gold mine. Song: "Can't Shake the Sands of Texas from My Shoes." See its detailed Television page
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