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Singing Cowboys - Star of the Month
Remind Me

Gene Autry Films
Friday, July 8

8:00 PM The Old Corral ('37) - As the sheriff of a small western town, Autry sings his way into a relationship with Eleanor, a singer from a Chicago nightclub who earlier witnessed a murder. The songs include "One Man Band," "He's Gone, He's Gone Up the Trail," "In the Heart of the West," "Money Ain't No Use Anyway," "Mexican Hat Dance," "Silent Trails," "So Long Old Pinto," "Down Along the Sleepy Rio Grande" and the title track.

9:00 PM Home on the Prairie ('39) - A border inspector fights to keep diseased animals out of the U.S. The songs include "There's Nothing Like Work," "I'm Gonna Round Up My Blues," "She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain When She Comes," "Moonlight On The Ranchhouse," "Big Bull Frog," and "I'd Rather Be on the Outside."

10:15 PM Back in the Saddle ('41) - Gene returns from the East with new ranch owner Tom Bennett to find everyone's cattle dying. The songs include "You Are My Sunshine," "Ninety-Nine Bullfrogs," "Swinging Sam," "He's in the Jailhouse Now," "Where the River Meets the Rain," "When the Cactis is in Bloom," "I'm An Old Cowhand" and the title track.

11:45 PM Texans Never Cry ('51) - Texas Ranger Sergeant Gene Autry and his pal, Pecos Bates, save from eviction the family of Nancy Carter, whose father has purchased fake Mexican lottery tickets. The songs include "Rider, Ranger, Ride" and the title track.

1:00 AM Wagon Team ('52) - Special investigator Gene Autry has himself jailed so he can work on then conscience of Dave Weldon, suspected of the theft of an Army payroll. The songs include "Back in the Saddle Again," "In and Out of the Jailhouse," "Howdy Friends and Neighbors" and "Jubilee."