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Saginaw Trail (1953)





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This film is a rare "Mid-western" from Gene Autry. Set in 1827, the story takes place in the wilds of Michigan. Autry plays an officer in Hamilton's Rangers, determined to bring scurrilous fur-trapper Jules Brissac to justice. Brissac has been goading the local Indians into attacking the white settlers.
Classics , Musical & Performing Arts , Western
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Columbia Pictures


Gene Autry
as Gene Autry
Connie Marshall
as Flora Tourney
Eugene Borden
as Jules Brissac
Ralph Reed
as Randy Lane
Henry Blair
as Phillip Brissac
Myron Healey
as Miller Webb
Mickey Simpson
as Jean Leblanc
John War Eagle
as Red Bird
Rodd Redwing
as The Huron
Gregg Barton
as Lin Oakes
John Parrish
as Walt Curry
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Unusual Gene Autry western musical, this one is set in Michigan in 1827. The plot deals with the fur traders trying to keep new settlers from settling in the Saginaw Valley and infringing on their fur market. They disguise themselves as Indians (Native Americans) and attack and kill the new settlers. It's actually pretty a good story. Directed by George Archainbaud. Gene sings "Beautiful Dreamer" among other tunes.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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