In a typical western (movie) town (possibly described as 'hick' by someone who possibly hasn't seen the film) Gene Autry and his friend Jack Beaumont are present when the bank is robbed and Sheriff Whiteside is killed. Judge Beaumont, Jack's father, appoints Gene the new sheriff. When Jack learns that his father is making a new will in his disfavor, they quarrel and Jack leaves under suspicious circumstances. Rocky Morgan who has been swindling the judge murders him and Gene has to jail his friend, who thinks Gene is double crossing him. But Gene has a plan to clear Jack. Written by
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SIX-GUNS SING OUT FOR JUSTICE! (original print ad - all caps)
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No, but there's plenty of places I ain't wanted.
Dear Hearts and Gentle People
Lyrics by Bob Hilliard
Music by Sammy Fain
Sung by Gene Autry See more