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The Old Corral (1936) Poster

Soundtracks

The Old Corral
(uncredited)
Written by Fleming Allen and Oliver Drake
Sung by Gene Autry while riding in wagon
Reprised by Gene Autry on a record at the end
One Man Band
(uncredited)
Written by Smiley Burnette
Played by Smiley Burnette on his one-man band set-up
Sung by Smiley Burnette
He's Gone, He's Gone Up the Trail
(uncredited)
Written by Tim Spencer
Sung by the Sons of the Pioneers in jail
In the Heart of the West
(uncredited)
Written by Fleming Allen and Oliver Drake
Played by Gene Autry on guitar
Sung by Gene Autry and Irene Manning in the saloon
Money Ain't No Use Anyway
(uncredited)
Written by Gene Autry
Played on guitar and sung by Gene Autry in the saloon
Mexican Hat Dance
(uncredited)
Music by Felipe A. Partichela
Played at the celebration and danced to by an unidentified couple
Silent Trails
(uncredited)
Written by Tim Spencer
Played and sung by the Sons of the Pioneers in jail
Reprise by them in jail
Reprised by them again at the celebration
So Long Old Pinto
(uncredited)
Written by Fleming Allen and Oliver Drake
Played on guitar and sung by Gene Autry at the celebration
Down Along the Sleepy Rio Grande
Written by Roy Rogersas Leonard Slye
Performed by the Sons of the Pioneers

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