The Singing Hill (1941)

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If a young lady gives up her inheritance the local ranchers will lose their free grazing land.

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  • Gene Autry in The Singing Hill (1941)
  • Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, and Virginia Dale in The Singing Hill (1941)
  • Gene Autry and Champion in The Singing Hill (1941)
  • Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, and Virginia Dale in The Singing Hill (1941)
  • Smiley Burnette, Virginia Dale, and Mary Lee in The Singing Hill (1941)

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20 June 2006 | timbertrail4444
10
| Excellent Autry Movie
I love this movie. It has action, good songs, attractive actors and a good chase scene at the end with the special Republic chase music that was composed especially for the Gene Autry movies. Gene was at his best during the 1938-1942 period of his career and the movies show it. He had Smiley Burnette, June Story, Fay McKenzie, Mary Lee and good songs, nice stories and great scenery. The action was very well done, stories moved along and everyone seemed to be enjoying making these nice and enjoyable movies during this period. The Western Channel recently showed these movies in the uncut format and what a difference. Also the Autry Museum has them for sale in DVD and uncut. It is well worth it to see the full length versions.

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