The Gene Autry Show (1950–1955)
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Gene attempts to clear a young stagecoach driver accused of complicity in a fatal stagecoach hold-up. Pat, believing he is suffering from a fatal illness, attempts to tackle the entire gang single-handed.

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Gene's Horse
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Arnold Beeker (as Don Harvey)
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Jim, 3rd Robber
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Red, Lead Robber
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Hank, Crowd Agitator
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Doctor Moore
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Fred Manners, Stage Guard
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Spence, Wounded Robber
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Gene attempts to clear a young stagecoach driver accused of complicity in a fatal stagecoach hold-up. Pat, believing he is suffering from a fatal illness, attempts to tackle the entire gang single-handed.

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21 July 1953 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Pat Buttram: Don't try to kid me, Gene. I overheard you and the doctor talkin'. He said I was a hopeless case and I didn't have a chance to pull through.
[Gene laughs]
Pat Buttram: I don't see what's so funny about it!
Gene Autry: He said you were a hypochondriac.
Pat Buttram: A what? So that's what I am? I better take a pill for it.
Gene Autry: Hey, wait just a minute. What you need is a dictionary.
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Rainbow on the Rio Grande
Sung by Gene Autry
Written by Fred Rose and Gene Autry
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