Mule Train (1950)





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In this western, Gene Autry plays a US marshal who must defend a natural cement mine from being stolen from its owners who have a counteract with the construction company selected to build a large dam. The film's title comes from the Bob Livingston-penned song that was a big hit for Frankie Laine. Mule Train was chosen by the New York Museum of Modern Art to represent the career of Gene Autry.
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Columbia Pictures


Gene Autry
as Himself
Pat Buttram
as Smokey Argyle
Sheila Ryan
as Sheriff Carol
Robert Livingston
as Sam Brady
Frank Jaquet
as Clayton Hodges
Vince Barnett
as Barber Mulkey
Syd Saylor
as Skeeter
Sid Saylor
as Skeeter
Gregg Barton
as 'Keg' Rollins
Kenne Duncan
as Latigo
Roy Gordon
as John Macknight
Stanley Andrews
as Chalmers
Robert Hilton
as Bancroft
Bob Wilke
as Bradshaw
John Miljan
as Judd Holbrook
Bob Carson
as Bill Cummings
Pat O'Malley
as Charley Stewart
Eddie Parker
as Street Fighter
George Morrell
as Wagon Driver
John McKee
as Wilson
George Slocum
as Brakeman
Frank O'Connor
as Bystander
Norman Leavitt
as Telegrapher Homer
Robert J. Wilke
as Bradshaw
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Better than average Gene Autry musical western, great support from Pat Buttram, good songs, a little action, some drama. Short and entertaining.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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