Home in Wyomin'
April 3, 2007
By Image Entertainment
Approximately 68 minutes
Fully Restored and Uncut
Radio star Gene Autry must solve a murder mystery at the Frontier Days pageant that involves Chicago gangsters, a deserted mine, and a surprise ending. Musical highlights are Any Bonds Today and I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes. Released in 1942, the film features leading lady Fay McKenzie, comic sidekick Smiley Burnette, and Joseph Strauch, Jr. as Tadpole.
- Centennial Bonus! Phantom Empire Chapter Four: The Phantom Broadcast
- Centennial Bonus! Republic Pictures' Gene Autry British Isles Personal Appearance Theatrical Trailer circa 1939.
- 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
- Excerpts from the June 14, 1942 Melody Ranch Radio Show broadcast. Gene's broadcasts reflected America of 1942 with patriotic songs, war-time public service announcements, and dramas that told the tales of Air Force war heroes. And it's all done with Gene Autry's Western flair.
|Actors/Artists: Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Fay McKenzie, Olin Howlin, Chick Chandler, Joe Strauch, Jr., and Champion|
|Director: William Morgan||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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