Guns and Guitars (1936)





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In this film, Gene Autry plays a medicine-show entertainer. Unfortunately, Autry soon runs afoul of a crooked town boss. The villain murders the local sheriff and pins the blame on poor Gene. With the help of comical sidekick Smiley Burnette, our hero breaks out of jail to clear his name.
Classics , Western
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Bob Burns
as Jenkins
Jack Rockwell
as Sheriff
Audrey Davis
as Violin Player
Gene Autry
as Gene
Eugene Jackson
as Eightball
Jack Kirk
as Chubby Man at Show - Notes Connor's Shooting Ability
Tom London
as Connor
Dorothy Dix
as Marjorie
George Morrell
as Townsman (uncredited)
J.P. McGowan
as Morgan
Earl Hodgins
as Professor
Tracy Layne
as Henchman
Harrison Greene
as Dr. Schaefer
Eightball & Mjg
as Eugene Jackson
James Sheridan
as Man at Show (uncredited)
Ken Cooper
as Deputy
Jack Evans
as Man at Show (uncredited)
Robert Burns
as Jenkins
Jim Corey
as henchman
Al Taylor
as Cowhand
George Plues
as Cowhand (uncredited)
Wes Warner
as henchman
Frank Stravenger
as Henchman
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Rather ordinary 1930?s era low budget western, perhaps a little better than average. Some okay songs, Smiley Burnette is rather good in this one.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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