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Song of the Sierras (1946)

Jimmy Wakely wishes to sell to the government a group of wild mustangs which he has captured and trained for rancher Matt Blake. The competition is Flora Carter, the owner of a near-by ... See full summary »

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... Jimmy Wakely
Lee 'Lasses' White ... Lasses White
Jack Baxley ... Sheriff Ed Rawlins
Jean Carlin ... Mary Ann Blake
Iris Lancaster ... Flora Carter (as Iris Clive)
... Henchman Phelps
... Rancher Matt Blake
Bob Duncan ... Bill Danvers
... A Dude (as Brad Slavin)
Jonathan Black ... Colonel Stockton
Jasper Palmer ... Storekeeper (as Jasper L. Palmer)
Billy Dix ... Henchman Billy
Wesley Tuttle ... Wesley Tuttle
The Texas Stars ... Lasses' Musicians
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Jimmy Wakely wishes to sell to the government a group of wild mustangs which he has captured and trained for rancher Matt Blake. The competition is Flora Carter, the owner of a near-by ranch. The army colonel in charge decides to buy the winning horses of a cross-country race. Flora has her henchmen, led by Sam Phelps resort to foul means in order to try to win the race. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Western Action and Thrills at a ROMANTIC Pace! See more »


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28 December 1946 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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I Miss You Since You've Been Gone
Written by Arthur 'Fiddlin' Smith
Performed by Wesley Tuttle and His Texas Stars
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