Gaucho Serenade (1940)

Gaucho Serenade


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Gene Autry rescues a young boy from a gang of kidnappers in this delightful musical-Western from Republic Pictures. Having lost their jobs with the rodeo, Gene and sidekick Frog Millhouse (Smiley Burnette) are heading west when they discover a young British stowaway, Ronnie Willoughby (Clifford Severn Jr.), who mistakenly assumes that the two cowboys represent his father's large "Rancho San Quentin." Gene, however, doesn't have the heart to tell the boy that San Quentin is no ranch at all, but … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western
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Written By: Bradford Ropes, Betty Burbridge
On DVD: Mar 2, 1999



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This one was really good. With a wacky plot, good supporting actors and a road trip story taht allowed the characters to chew up and sing thier way across America, the film even borrows heavily from the 1930's WB gangster craze as Gene and his troop have to fight off gangsters. A lot of fun and definetely one of the better films.

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