Gene Autry Collection: Cow Town

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Gene Autry Collection: Cow Town

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Director:
John English
Released:
1950
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Gene Autry Collection: Cow Town is a classic 1950 Western about cattle rustling. The film revolves around a dispute among cattle ranchers as they disagree on the limitations and purposes of the open range. The central drama unfolds when Gene Autry (Gene Autry) becomes the first rancher to use barbed wire for fencing in his territory on the open range. Small-ranch owner Ginger Kirby (Gail Davis) becomes enraged by Autry's action, and a dispute develops among the ranchers. Sandy Reeves (Harry Shannon), a livery stable owner, dreams of capitalizing on the dispute, and does his best to encourage and inflame the fighting for his own benefit. Reeves hopes that the fighting will drive the cattlemen out of business and allow him to use the open range for sheep. The cattlemen soon realize who is profiting from their fighting and pushing them further and further into dispute. The cattle ranchers are able to put aside their differences, but not before an intense and climactic gun battle.moreless
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