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Saddle Pals (1947)

Approved | | Western | 6 June 1947 (USA)
Someone is trying to drive wealthy land owner Waldo Brooks into bankruptcy, and Gene is just the guy to expose the badguys.



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Complete credited cast:
Champion Jr. ...
Champ, Gene's Horse
Shelly Brooks
Waldo T. Brooks Jr.
Thaddeus Bellweather
Bradford Collins
William Schooler
Robin Brooks
Dad Gardner
Charles Williams ...
Pickpocket Dippy
Edward Gargan ...
The Cass County Boys ...
The Three Singing Ranchhands (as Cass County Boys)


Gene, representing the ranchers whose rents have been raised again, goes to see Waldo Brooks, the man responsible. Brooks, a nervous wreck who wants to get away from it all, deeds his Company to Gene and flees. As the new president, Gene finds the Company is in financial trouble and he must raise $50,000 as his share or everything is lost. He sets out to raise the money but there are those who want to take over and they intend to make sure he fails. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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Release Date:

6 June 1947 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Desmascarando Criminosos  »

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(1955 TV) | (original)

Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Sub-Par Autry
17 December 2013 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

All in all, a pretty tame Autry, more plot-heavy than usual, with little hard-riding, fast- shooting, or good scenery. Seems bad guys want control of a land company so they can raise rents on small farmers. The rest of plot involves Gene maneuvering to foil their plans, with sometimes help from lovely Shelly (Roberts) sister of the owner. All in all, the story seems more appropriate to one of those '50's business dramas. On the action side, there is a spectacular wagon crash, plus an unusual fight aboard a little boat. However, the songs are forgettable, despite Gene's easy way with a tune. Then too, there's the fey Sterling Holloway whose comedic antics are mainly a matter of taste. Plus they've got him stumbling through some badly done exterior sets. To this Autry fan, it's unfortunately a sub-par entry from Republic, even if the great Tom London gets another cowboy payday.

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