The Official Website of Gene Autry, America's Favorite Singing Cowboy

Fun Autry Fact:

Gene stated through the years that the only shoes he owned were golf shoes.

Share:

DVD Box Set Information

Gene Autry Collection 9

 

Released: February 24, 2015
By Timeless Media Group

Includes:
Comin' Round The Mountain (1936)
Git Along Little Dogies (1937)
Man From Music Mountain (1938)
Mountain Rhythm (1939)

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 his roles. Now, for the first time on DVD, 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 9 DVD set.

Individual Film Synopses

Comin' Round the Mountain
1936
Running Time:
Approximately 55 minutes
Fully Restored and Uncut

Synopsis:
NEW ADVENTURE...NEW SONGS...WITH YOUR SINGING, SHOOTING SADDLE STAR!


Gene Autry is a Pony Express rider in the old west who befriends the lovely Dolores Moreno, whose ranch is about to be sold due to non-payment of taxes. After he saves and tames the wild stallion named El Diablo, Gene proposes a race between Dolores’ wild mustangs and the thoroughbreds of scheming ranch owner Matt Ford with the winner receiving the valuable contract to sell horses to the Pony Express. With music from Gene, comedy from Smiley Burnette, thrilling action from Champion as El Diablo, plus romance from Ann Rutherford. (1936)

Gene sings "She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain" and "Chiquita." Smiley Burnette sings "Don Juan of Sevillio" and with Gene sings "When the Campfire Is Low on the Prairie."

Comin' Round the Mountain Special Features:

Git Along Little Dogies
1937
Running Time:
Approximately 67 minutes
Fully Restored and Uncut

Synopsis:
THRILLING FIGHTS! ROMANTIC MUSIC! RIB-TICKLING COMEDY!


Cowboy Gene Autry strongly opposes local oil drilling fearing it will pollute the drinking water for the ranchers’ cattle. He soon becomes involved with Doris Maxwell, the spunky young woman who runs a radio station advertising the sale of stock in the oil well. Gene and Doris must soon join forces to save her father and the town from the swindling gangster running the oil drilling. One of Gene’s best loved films that will have everyone singing along! (1937)

Gene sings "If You Want to Be a Cowboy" and "In the Valley of Where the Sun Goes Down." Smiley sings "Honey Bringing Honey to You" and with Gene and Will & Gladys Ahern sings "Git Along Little Dogies." The Circle A Ranch Boys sing "Chinatown" and "Calamity Jane." Will & Gladys Ahern sing "Calamity Jane," the Cabin Kids sing "After You've Gone," Gene and the Maple City Four sing "Stock Selling Song." Gene and the cast sing a Medley of old time favorites plus "Happy Days Are Here Again."

Git Along Little Dogies Special Features:

Man from Music Mountain
1938
Running Time:
Approximately 58 minutes
Fully Restored and Uncut

Synopsis:
GENE TAKES A HAND AT DOUBLE-DEALING IN A DESPERATE PLAN TO BEAT A GANG OF CROOKS AT THEIR OWN GAME!


Rancher Gene Autry and his pal Frog Millhouse come to the aid of ranchers and townfolk who are swindled by fake mining promoters into buying parcels of a ghost town with the promise of electricity from the nearby Boulder Dam. This modern Western has Gene out-scheming the con artists with his singing, shooting, and fighting skills plus some comedic support from Smiley Burnette. (1938)

Gene, Smiley and the cast sing "Little Deserted Town," "The Man from Music Mountain" and "Goodbye, Pinto." Smiley and then Gene sing "Love, Burning Love." Smiley and Polly Jenkins and Her Plowboys sing "All Nice People." Smiley and Sally Payne sing "She Works Third Tub at the Laundry." Gene sings "I'm Beginning to Care." Polly Jenkins and Her Plowboys perform a Medley of popular tunes.

Man from Music Mountain Special Features:

Mountain Rhythm
1939
Running Time:
Approximately 61 minutes
Fully Restored and Uncut

Synopsis:
GANGSTERS RIDE THE RANGE! BUT GENE AND SMILEY RIDE THE DANGER TRAIL TO BEAT THE GUNMEN AT THEIR OWN GAME.


Unscrupulous Pueblo Springs Valley resort owners wreak havoc for Frog’s Aunt Mathilda and neighboring ranchers in an effort to scare them off land recently placed for sale by the US Government. Gene Autry rallies the ranchers to sell their cattle and raise funds to buy the land themselves but his plan is derailed by a phony gold strike that has all the cowboys infected by gold rush fever. Can Gene get the plan back on track with the help of June Storey, Smiley Burnette plus some wondering hobos and their pals? (1939)

Gene, Smiley and two hobos sing "Highways are Happy Ways." Gene and Smiley sing "It Makes No Difference Now" and "It Was Only a Hobo’s Dream." Gene and the cast sing a Medley of popular tunes. Gene sings "A Gold Mine in Your Heart" and with the cast sings "Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet."

Mountain Rhythm 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:
434 minutes
Not Rated
Closed Captioned

Back to DVDs Index