Gene encounters a young boy hiding in a barn. He takes the lad in and soon discovers the boy is searching for his father, a supposed local rancher. It soon turns out his father has turned to a life of crime to survive.

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Jim Baker
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Gene encounters a young boy hiding in a barn. He takes the lad in and soon discovers the boy is searching for his father, a supposed local rancher. It soon turns out his father has turned to a life of crime to survive.

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12 November 1950 (USA)  »

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[Pat sneezes repeatedly]
Eddie Baker: Gesundheit! Mister, you need a muffler on your exhaust.
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Referenced in Arrested Development: Spring Breakout (2005) See more »

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Room Full of Roses
Sung by Gene Autry
Written by Tim Spencer
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Trucks and Strangers...oh my!
14 June 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's an interesting thing. I guess I should read some background on this show because the more I watch, the more confused I get. In this episode, there's mentions of trucks backfiring and watching movies. I assumed these episodes took place at the time most of the others took place - around the 1860's or so. But I'm beginning to wonder if perhaps these episodes are more a episode-by-episode character/time then a series wide case.

Whatever the case, Gene's singing is still grand,Pat's goofs are still funny, and the case of right and wrong is still clear cut. It's hard to believe how much the TV industry will change in just a couple years! I think these nonsense shows have their place, but I like the more serious westerns myself (Bonanza, Rifleman, and Gunsmoke)


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