The Gene Autry Show (1950–1955)

Trouble at Silver Creek 

Gene witnesses a murder and manages to arrest the man. Unfortunately elements within the town secure the man's escape. A woman is pushed into a loveless marriage with the exception her father's farm will be saved.

Director:

George Archainbaud

Writer:

Howard J. Green (screenplay) (as Howard Green)
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Gene Autry ... Sheriff Gene Autry
Champion ... Gene's Horse
Pat Buttram ... Pat Buttram
Barbara Stanley Barbara Stanley ... Alice Caldwell
George Pembroke George Pembroke ... Kelly the Knife Man
Steve Conte ... Henchman Buzz
Leonard Penn ... Herb Higgins
Craig Woods Craig Woods ... Chalky White
Francis McDonald ... Sam Caldwell aka Dude Williams
Tom Tyler ... Henchman Hank
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Gene witnesses a murder and manages to arrest the man. Unfortunately elements within the town secure the man's escape. A woman is pushed into a loveless marriage with the exception her father's farm will be saved.

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Genres:

Western

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Language:

English

Release Date:

9 March 1952 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

Flying 'A' Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Pat Butram gets the point .........
20 July 2006 | by revdrcacSee all my reviews

In this entertaining B/W episode of the Autry TV show, Gene is a lawman looking for a killer and dealing with a jail break. Pat Buttram has taken up a knife throwing act, with predictable results !

Western great Tom Tyler (3 Mesquiteers) appears here as a henchman, and Gene shes away from a lot of singing. This one has action & fun ----- a good entry in the always professionally done series.

Gene Autry was in top form here and it was great to see Tyler in one of his later roles......... Pat Buttram was funny, one of the clown princes of cowboy comedy.

This one is recommended for all fans of the Golden age of TV Westerns !


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