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Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride (1940)

Passed | | Romance, Western | 6 September 1940 (USA)
Overly shy cowboy Gene inherits a meat-packing plant, then faces stiff competition from snooty Ann Randolph, rival owner determined to do him in.

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Patsy Randolph
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Donald Gregory
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Attorney Henry Walker
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Henchman Martin
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Emily Spencer (as Isobel Randolph)
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Cindy Walker ...
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Overly shy cowboy Gene inherits a meat-packing plant, then faces stiff competition from snooty Ann Randolph, rival owner determined to do him in. Written by Ed Stephan <stephan@cc.wwu.edu>

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ADVENTURE... Packed With Action!

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Romance | Western

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Did You Know?

Goofs

After Frog sings his song and jumps in pool, his hair is dry less than a minute later when he meets Gene. See more »

Quotes

[Gene has just rescued a henchman from being run over by a train]
Henchman Martin: Thanks!
Gene Autry: Don't thank me. I want you alive!
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Connections

Featured in For Auld Lang Syne (1938) See more »

Soundtracks

When the Work's All Done This Fall (After the Roundup)
Poem by D.J. O'Malley, often modified for lyrics
Set to music by various composers
Performed by Gene Autry
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Unexpectedly deft and charming musical comedy.

Many miles removed from the courtly, stodgy, and synthetic quasi-cowboy epics normally associated with Gene Autry. Spry and amusing script must have been snuck into Republic via some crew member's lunchbox (even the studio's trotting out their complete library of ancient stock footage for an obligatory stampede climax plays as DELIBERATE high comedy). Add a delightful score, an excellent supporting cast, and a young and almost relaxed looking performance from the star and you come up with a very rare package: an Autry that even an audience allergic to cowboy camp can enjoy. All in all a small delight.


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