Gene Autry Collection: Sons of New Mexico

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Released 1949

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Gene Autry Collection: Sons of New Mexico

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Director:
John English
Released:
1949
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Gene Autry Collection: Sons of New Mexico is the 70th feature film from the famous character actor Gene Autry. In this film, Gene plays the executor of a wealthy friend's estate, and while attending to his duties befriends Dick Jones (Randy Prior), a boy. Dick is an intelligent youth, but he is also arrogant, headstrong, and has amassed a large debt to the gambler Pat Feeney (Robert Armstrong). The greedy Pat hopes to get the money from the estate Gene is managing by forcing Dick to pay off his debts. At the same time that he fights with Pat and his henchmen, he decides to send young Dick to the New Mexico Military Institute to impose some discipline on the boy. Filmed on site in New Mexico, this classic Western presents the importance of friendship and honestly when these values are under threat. Gene Autry, the singing cowboy, brings his usual flair and engagement to this charming film.
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    Musicals, Gambling