As the sheriff of a small western town, Autry sings his way into a relationship with Eleanor, a singer from a Chicago nightclub who earlier witnessed a murder. Written by
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It is fun to watch this old movie and see a young Roy Rogers as well as Gene Autry. Sure, by today's standards it is corny, but that is a lot of the fun. Plus, it is a history lesson of autos and buses of the time.
I like to guess where the outdoor scenes were done. Looks like some Lone Pine background in much of it. The music is uncomplicated and harmonic whichseems unappreciated today.
Another fun aspect of this era of Westerns is the blending of "modern" technology with the old west. A curious technical "error" can be seen when the brothers are behind bars in jail with their guns on.
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