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Git Along Little Dogies (1937)

Passed  -  Romance | Western  -  22 March 1937 (USA)
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When war breaks out between oilmen and cattle ranchers, Gene sides with the ranchers until he learns that oil will bring a railroad to town.

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
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Smiley Burnette ...
Maple City Four ...
Singing Ranch Hands
Judith Allen ...
Doris Maxwell
Weldon Heyburn ...
George Wilkins
William Farnum ...
Banker Maxwell
Willie Fung ...
Sing Low
Carleton Young ...
First Holdup Man
Will Ahern ...
Dancer (as Will)
Gladys Ahern ...
Dancer and Singer
The Cabin Kids ...
Champion ...
Champ - Gene's Horse
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Storyline

Maxwell is trying to bring in an oil well and Wilkens is out to stop him. When his attempted robbery of Maxwell's payroll fails, he tells the ranchers who invested on Autry's advise that the well is dry. But Gene knows there is oil there and with everyone after him he heads for the well to try and bring it in with dynamite. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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rancher | cattle | dynamite | payroll | robbery | See more »

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Romance | Western

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22 March 1937 (USA)  »

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Git Along Little Dogies  »

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(edited) | (copyright length)

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(RCA Victor 'High Fidelity' Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Goofs

Doris Maxwell makes her entrance by driving through the stream and splashing water all over Gene. While speaking to Frog (Smiley Burnette), Gene appears to be wet but relatively clean. However, after he chases and catches up to Doris when she veers off the road, Gene's clothes and face are splashed with mud. See more »

Soundtracks

Stock Selling Song (We're the Boys From the Circle A)
(uncredited)
Composer unknown
Performed by the Maple City Four at the Radio Contest
Reprised by the them, Gene Autry and Frank Austin near the end
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Git Along Little Gushers
28 October 2012 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

From a dedicated conservationist Gene Autry becomes a champion of the oil interests in this early western of his for Republic. One Judith Allen who's the banker's daughter and runs the local radio station which is mostly sponsored by the oil company which has a local drilling operation.

Said operation is what Gene's against. He takes the reasonable position that the oil when it comes up will poison the watering holes where the cattle drink. Then however when he finds out that the railroad is going to build a spur line for the oil company, then it will also be used by the ranches to ship their steaks on a hoof to the stockyards, that's different. I guess the cattle and the people can drink a little poison then. Sounds like a confirmed hyrdrofracker of today.

The villain here is Weldon Heyburn who's working his own agenda. He's an agent of the oil company, but he's wanting more than a salary and he gets it.

I saw a much abbreviated version, no doubt butchered for early television. Still I doubt the director's cut would be any better. And seeing our cowboy hero sell out to big oil today would not make this film popular in the circles I hang out in.


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