Pack Train (1953)

Pack Train





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Gene Autry's summer release for 1953 was the 56-minute Pack Train. In this one, Autry is assigned to safely transport supplies to a band of settlers. The villains, headed by Ross McLain (Kenne Duncan), intend to bushwhack Autry, grab the supplies, and sell them at high prices to a local mining camp. It must needs be that Autry and the bad guy duke it out in the final reel; the climactic fight, which takes place on a speeding train, is the best scene in the film. McLain's partner in crime is … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western, Action & Adventure, Classics
Directed By:
Written By: Norman Hall
In Theaters:
Columbia Pictures


as Himself

as Jennifer Coleman

as Ross McLain

as Lola Riker

as Dan Coleman

as Roy Wade

as Martha Coleman (uncr...

as Short, Stocky Henchm...

as Tall, Burly Henchman...

as Pete (uncredited)

as John (uncredited)

as Dave - Pack Train Me...

as Settler (uncredited)

as Bartender Charlie (u...

as Wounded Freighter (u...
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Audience Reviews for Pack Train

A little more serious in tone than most Gene Autry westerns. Good story and the supporting cast is fine. There are a few pleasant songs to be had. All in all, it's one of his better films.

James Higgins

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