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Winning of the West (1953)





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Winning of the West was Gene Autry's first western vehicle for 1953. It was also one of Autry's better offerings, with the star cast as a territorial ranger with an uncharacteristically nasty streak. When a local newspaper publisher is slain by an outlaw gang, Gene hesitates to pull his gun because he recognizes his own brother (Richard Crane) as one of the outlaws. As a result, he is relieved of his duties and forced to fend for himself. After a series of hair-raising adventures, Autry is compelled to face his brother in a showdown. Somehow, a happy ending arises from all this, though it wouldn't be fair to tell how. Gene Autry is supported by his usual cohorts Smiley Burnette and Gail Davis; he also offers four musical numbers, of which "Find Me My Trusty .45" is the best.


Gail Davis
as Ann Randolph
Gregg Barton
as Clint Raybold
House Peters Jr.
as Marshal Hackett
William Forrest
as John Randolph
Ewing Mitchell
as Ranger Capt. Hickson
Rodd Redwing
as Pete Littlewolf
Frank Jaquet
as Manager
Charles Delaney
as Jules Brent
Charles Soldani
as Indian (uncredited)
Eddie Parker
as Stable Brawler (uncredited)
Terry Frost
as Stable Brawler (uncredited)
James Kirkwood
as Wagon Train Survivor (uncredited)
Boyd 'Red' Morgan
as Henchman Red (uncredited)
Bob Woodward
as Stagecoach Driver (uncredited)
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