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Stardust on the Sage (1942)

Passed | | Action, Music, Western | 25 May 1942 (USA)
The foreman of a mining company is out to steal the mine from its owners, and Gene must stop him.

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(story) (as Dorrell), (story) | 1 more credit »
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William Henry ...
Jeff Drew (as Bill Henry)
Edith Fellows ...
Judy Drew
Louise Currie ...
Nancy Drew
Emmett Vogan ...
Dan Pearson
George Ernest ...
Curly
Vince Barnett ...
Haskins
Betty Farrington ...
Mrs. Haskins
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Henchman Murphy
Tom London ...
Henchman MacGowan
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The foreman of a mining company is out to steal the mine from its owners, and Gene must stop him.

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Great Action! Great Story! with your greatest western star! (original poster) See more »

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Action | Music | Western

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Passed | See all certifications »
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25 May 1942 (USA)  »

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(2004 restoration) | (edited) | (copyright length)

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(RCA Sound System)|

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1.37 : 1
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Soundtracks

Stardust on the Sage
(1942) (uncredited)
Music and Lyrics by Arnold Schwarzwald
Written for the movie and probably used as an instrumental
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Solid Installment
18 March 2014 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

All the elements of the winning Autry programmer are present—good plot, lovely ladies, hard riding, plus music and humor—all smoothly blended. Nothing really exceptional unless you count that sudden gusher out the hillside. Gene's working to keep a gold mine out of hands of devious plotters, and also uphold the virtues of cattle and horses. Of course Gene knows about heritage of the old West, at least the movie version. Then too, Republic always supplied the star with good production values. Also, look for the great Tom London as one of the baddies. No matinée oater would be complete without him. I can only guess at how many hundreds he was in over the years. On the tuneful side, little Edith Fellows manages to inject a winsome juvenile presence without being obnoxious, while Frog battles the bad guys when not offering up his slapstick brand of comedy. Nothing special here—just another solid installment of Gene's outstanding years with Republic Studios.

A "6" on the matinée scale.


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