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Fighting Seabees, The -- (Movie Clip) Crazy Fools! Big bang boom as Commander Yarrow (Dennis O'Keefe) is about to ambush Japanese attackers until Donovan (John Wayne) and his civilian crew intervene in The Fighting Seabees, 1944.
Fighting Seabees, The -- (Movie Clip) Opening Credits Rousing opening credits with a tip of the hat to the Construction Battalions, the C-B's, from Republic Pictures' 1944 propaganda hit The Fighting Seabees, starring John Wayne and Dennis O'Keefe.
Wagon Team (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Back In The Saddle Again Stage-coach line detective Gene Autry (using his own name as usual), steps up to front the band with his signature song (co-written with Ray Whitley), drama surrounding "The Kid" (Dick Jones) continuing, in Wagon Team, 1952.
Wagon Team ((1952) -- (Movie Clip) In And Out Of The Jailhouse Marshal Taplan (Gordon Jones) is chasing escapee Dave "The Apache Kid" Weldon (Dick Jones), when Gene Autry (this time, a detective for a stage-coach line) rides up singing, with sidekick Cyclone (Pat Buttram), in Wagon Team, 1952.
Texans Never Cry -- (Movie Clip) Title Song Nancy (Gail Davis) has just dismissed a rival suitor when she notices Gene Autry (as himself, as a Texas Ranger) delivering the title song, which he co-wrote, after which they reconcile, in Texans Never Cry, 1951.
Texans Never Cry -- (Movie Clip) Take His Gun First scene of exposition and action, Texas Ranger Gene Autry dispenses economic justice on behalf of a rancher (Harry Tyler), beats up crooked Wyatt (Richard Powers) and impresses Nancy (Gail Davis), in Texans Never Cry, 1951.
Texans Never Cry -- (Movie Clip) Ride Rangers Opening scene, Gene Autry (this time playing a sergeant with the Texas Rangers) rides in with pals (including sidekick Pat Buttram as "Pecos") to Ride Rangers Ride by Tim Spencer, in Texans Never Cry, 1951.
My Pal Trigger (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Livin' Western Style Opening scene, narration from the star (playing, as ever, himself) and the first song, moving on to meet "Susan" (Roy's wife-to-be Dale Evans) and her dad "Gabby" (ever-present George "Gabby" Hayes), in My Pal Trigger, 1946.
My Pal Trigger (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Harriett Neighbor rancher Scoville (Jack Holt) with dinner introductions, then the star (Roy Rogers) cajoled into a song with "Susan," (Dale Evans, soon to become Mrs. Rogers), in My Pal Trigger, 1946.
Home In Oklahoma -- (Movie Clip) I Wish I Was A Kid Again Reporter "Connie" Evans (really "Dale") rolls into Hereford Heaven, finding cowboy journalist (!) Roy Rogers singing I Wish I Was A Kid Again , by Jack Elliott, mostly to himself, in Home In Okalhoma, 1946.
Home In Oklahoma -- (Movie Clip) Cowboy Ham And Eggs With an introduction from George "Gabby" Hayes, Roy Rogers and the Sons Of The Pioneers, "playing themselves," offer Cowboy Ham And Eggs by Tim Spencer, in Home In Oklahoma, 1946.
Paris Model -- (Movie Clip) It's So Intimate Betty Barnes (an unusually brazen Paulette Goddard) is openly trying to seduce her boss Blevins (Leif Erickson), who's busy playing footsie with a chair, in Paris Model, 1953.