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Gene Autry Collection 11

 

Released: August 25, 2015
By Timeless Media Group

Includes:
The Singing Cowboy (1936)
Guns and Guitars (1936)
Round-Up Time in Texas (1937)
Springtime in the Rockies (1937)

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 are brought 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 11 DVD set.

Individual Film Synopses

The Singing Cowboy
1936
Running Time:
Approximately 56 minutes
Fully Restored and Uncut

Synopsis:
TRAPPED BY TELEVISION...GENE STREAKS ACROSS THE RANGE TO CRUSH THE CRIME KING!


When Gene Autry's boss is murdered, Gene becomes the guardian of his little girl. The child is seriously injured in a stable fire and needs a lifesaving brain operation! Gene and his pal, Frog Millhouse, soon organize a hillbilly orchestra to raise money for the surgery and utilize the new medium of television to reach a bigger audience. Tune in to see if the Singing Cowboy captures the murderer and saves the child! (1936)

Gene Autry sings "True Blue Bill," "Down in Slumberland," "My Old Saddle Pal," and "Rainbow Trail." Gene and extras sing "There's an Empty Cot in the Bunkhouse Tonight" and "We're on the Air." Gene and Smiley Burnette sing "Ya Hoo." Gene and Lois Wilde sing "Rainbow Trail." Gene and Earl Hodgins sing "I'll Be Thinking of You, Little Gal." Lois sings "Rainbow Trail," Frankie Marvin sings "Washboard and Room," and Smiley sings "The New Jassackaphone."

The Singing Cowboy Special Features:

Guns and Guitars
1936
Running Time:
Approximately 58 minutes
Fully Restored and Uncut

Synopsis:
TROUBADOUR IN TROUBLE…SINGING HIS SONG OF THE SIX-GUN!


Gene Autry and Frog Millhouse are musical members of a traveling medicine show who land in the midst of a Texas cattle war. With the daughter of the sheriff to assist him, Gene blazes into action with bullets, ballots, and ballads to clean up the crooked cattlemen and their quarantined cattle. Smiley Burnette and Dorothy Dix join your singing saddle star in the thundering thrills! (1936)

Gene Autry sings "Ridin' All Day," "Cowboy Medicine Show," "Guns and Guitars," and "Dreamy Valley." Smiley Burnette sings "I've Got Fine Relations." Gene and extras sing "Guns and Guitars."

Guns and Guitars Special Features:

Round-Up Time in Texas
1937
Running Time:
Approximately 58 minutes
Fully Restored and Uncut

Synopsis:
A GRAND ROUND-UP OF THRILLS...ACTION...SONGS...WITH YOUR ACE STAR!


Rancher Gene Autry is summoned to South Africa by his brother Tex who discovered a diamond mine in the Valley of Superstition and is in desperate need of horses. Once in Africa, Gene and his pal, Frog Millhouse, soon learn that Tex is missing and framed for the murder of his mining partner. Tricked into possessing illegal diamonds by a sinister saloon owner, Gene and Frog escape into the jungle to find Tex and uncover the truth. Wild lions, a vine swinging gorilla, and savage Zulu natives make this an unusual musical Western. (1937)

Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette and extras sing "When the Bloom is on the Sage." Gene and Smiley sing "Old Chisholm Trail" and "Uncle Noah's Ark." Maxine Doyle and extras sing "Drink Old England Dry." Gene sings "Prairie Rose," "Indian Call (Moon of Desire)" and "Caveman." The Cabin Kids sing "On Revival Day," and with Smiley sing "Dinah" and with Smiley and Gene sing "When the Bloom Is on the Sage."

Round-Up Time in Texas Special Features:

Springtime in the Rockies
1937
Running Time:
Approximately 60 minutes
Fully Restored and Uncut

Synopsis:
GENE DISHES OUT A "NEW DEAL" IN THRILLS WHEN HE PICKS UP THE TRAIL OF A THREATENING BAND OF RANGE ROBBERS.


When cattle-ranch foreman Gene Autry learns that the new ranch owner, Sandra Knight, plans to raise sheep on a "scientific basis," he must convince her to sell them as they will ruin the land. She refuses, leaving Gene and Frog Millhouse to devise a plan to discourage her so she'll move back East. Soon a crooked cattle dealer takes advantage of the situation leading to further complications for Gene. (1937)

Gene Autry sings "Give Me a Pony and an Open Prairie" and "You're the Only Star in My Blue Heaven." Jimmy's Saddle Pals sing "Sing Your Song Cowboy" and Buffalo Gals." Smiley Burnette sings "Way Down Low." Polly Rowles, Ula Love, Ruth Bacon and Jane Hunt sing "Vitamine D." Gene, Smiley, Jimmy's Saddle Pals, and George Chesebro sing "When It's Springtime in the Rockies." Gene, Polly, Ula, Ruth and Jane sing "The Moon Is Riding" and with Jimmy's Saddle Pals they sing "There'll Be a Hayride Weddin' in June." Ula, Ruth, Jane and Smiley sing "Down in the Land of Zulu." Gene, Smiley and Jimmy's Saddle Pals sing "When It's Springtime in the Rockies."

Springtime in the Rockies 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:
431 minutes
Not Rated
Closed Captioned

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