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Boots and Saddles (1937)

Boots and Saddles




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Boots and Saddle contains more action that usual for a Gene Autry western, though this doesn't mean that there's any diminishing of the musical content. This time, our hero battles the villains for the sake of heroine Bernice Allen (Judith Allen) and youngster Spud (played by violin prodigy Ra Hould. The film is distinguished by an astonishing stunt sequence in which Gene (or his double), armed with a huge tree branch, knocking two of the villains' horses to the ground! One suspects that the ASPCA was on the phone with Republic after this "gag" hit the movie screens. Featured in the cast of Boots and Saddle is Gordon Elliot, later to gain "B"-western fame on his own as "Wild Bill" Elliot.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western, Classics
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Written By: Jack Natteford, Oliver Drake
Republic Pictures


Gene Autry
as Gene Autry
Smiley Burnette
as Frog Millhouse
Nelson McDowell
as process server
Judith Allen
as Bernice Allen
Bob Reeves
as cowboy
Al Taylor
as henchman
Guy Usher
as Col. Allen
John Ward
as Wyndham
Bud Osborne
as Joe Larkins
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... amiable B Western with singing cowboy Gene Autry and his sidekick Smiley Burnette.

Full Review… | September 30, 2006
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This early Gene Autry western is among his better ones. Good score with a Mexican flair, and several memorable songs, The plot has a different twist with the young English lad and Smiley Burnette provides amusing support.

James Higgins

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