Back in the Saddle

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Released 1941

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Back in the Saddle

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1941
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Back in the Saddle is a classic Gene Autry film about a couple of ranch owners who take on a miner who is poisoning their cattle. Autry and Frog Millhouse (Smiley Burnette) head to New York City to retrieve their friend Tom Bennett (Edward Norris) and convince him to take over as head of his father's ranch. Bennett reluctantly leaves the big city, but the boys return to find their cows have been poisoned. Realizing E.G. Blaine (Arthur Loft) has opened the copper mine again which has contaminated the water supply, Bennett confronts Blaine and his men, but does not back down and winds up in jail. Now with a multitude of trouble on his hands, Autry nicely does his best to try and get Blaine to change his ways and save the ranch. Lew Landers directs this great vehicle for Autry, the legendary singing cowboy, and comedian Burnette to shine from beginning to end.
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