Mule Train (1950)

Mule Train





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Though the hit song "Mule Train" is most closely associated with Frankie Laine, it was Gene Autry who first sang the tune on film, in a picture titled ... what else? .... Mule Train. This time, Autry plays a federal marshal who comes to the aid of a grizzled old prospector who has been framed for murder. The villain, Sam Brady (Robert Livingston), wants to appropriate the prospector's land, and he isn't particular as to how he achieves that goal. Leading lady Sheila Ryan plays a female sheriff … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western
Directed By:
Written By: Gerald Geraghty
On DVD: Dec 27, 2005
Columbia Pictures



as Himself

as Smokey Argyle

as Sheriff Carol

as Clayton Hodges

as Barber Mulkey

as Skeeter

as Skeeter

as 'Keg' Rollins

as John Macknight

as Chalmers

as Bancroft

as Bradshaw

as Judd Holbrook

as Bill Cummings

as Charley Stewart

as Street Fighter

as Wagon Driver

as Wilson

as Brakeman

as Bystander

as Telegrapher Homer

as Bradshaw

as Bill Cummings
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