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Yodelin' Kid from Pine Ridge (1937)

Passed  -  Western  -  14 June 1937 (USA)
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The old west range war story transported to Georgia, with Autry as the hero.


(as Joe Kane)


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Complete credited cast:
Smiley Burnette ...
Colonel Millhouse
Milly Baynum
LeRoy Mason ...
Len Parker (as Le Roy Mason)
Gene Autry Sr.
Russell Simpson ...
Bayliss Baynum
The Tennessee Ramblers ...
Musicians (as Tennessee Ramblers)
Jack Dougherty ...
Jeff Galloway
Guy Wilkerson ...
Turpentiner Zeke
Frankie Marvin ...
Henry Hall ...
Sheriff Martin
Fred 'Snowflake' Toones ...
Sam (as Snowflake)


Parker steals cattle from the cattlemen and blames it on the turpentiners. Then he incites the cattlemen to burn down the turpentiners trees. When Gene finds the rustled cattle he tries to kill him. Failing, he kills both Gene's father and Bayliss Baynam and has Gene arrested for Baynum's murder. Written by Maurice VanAuken <>

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Release Date:

14 June 1937 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Hero of Pine Ridge  »

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(original release) (2004 restoration) | (edited)

Sound Mix:

(RCA Victor High Fidelity Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?


Col. Millhouse: Marvelous, Autry, marvelous! You certainly have that animal trained and I don't see how you do it. What's the secret?
Gene Autry: The secret in training a horse, Colonel, is that, ah, you have to know more than the horse!
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Edited from Annie Oakley (1935) See more »


Home, Sweet Home
(1823) (uncredited)
Music partly composed, and arranged by H.R. Bishop from a Sicilian air
Performed by The Tennessee Ramblers
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Very Different In Restored Uncut Version
7 February 2005 | by (Landisville, PA) – See all my reviews

This Autry film is one of a hand full of his films that for years has been available to the public only in the 53 or 57 minute cut versions. Recently I had the opportunity to see the restored and uncut version on the Starz Westerns channel a few weeks back and what a difference the added 6 or 7 minutes make. The restored version includes a scene of Gene saddling up and singing a nice trail song as he leaves his ranch following his banishment by his father for warning the rival group. Along the way he meets Millie Branum ( Betty Bronson), a young starving girl he befriended earlier by giving her a calf. Millie gives him his rope back and asks him if he will ever return. Gene replies that he doesn't know and Millie blurts out that she will be waiting for him. As Gene rides away continuing his song you see Millie watching him leave as tears stream from her eyes. Also restored are scenes of newspaper headlines superimposed over rodeo footage of Autry's success on the rodeo circuit. Finally an announcement that he is coming back to Pine Ridge with a traveling show. There is more nice restored footage of the show's parade into town with Champion prancing and marching to the music. (The Champion shown in these scenes is not the original screen Champ since he had only three white stockings . The horse used in these scenes has four white stockings.)However, Gene spots his Dad from the parade route and rides over to him, sticks out his had and says " hello Dad". His father turns and walks away. This movie also contains some of Autry's best riding of all his movies. Many closeup chase scenes and running stirrup mounts that clearly show that it is in deed Gene performing these feats. In all a much more enjoyable movie in the restored version.

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