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Gene Autry Collection: The Singing Hill

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Released 1941

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Gene Autry Collection: The Singing Hill

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Director:
Lew Landers
Released:
1941
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Gene Autry Collection: The Singing Hill features the singer/actor Gene Autry as a heroic friend of the downtrodden. In The Singing Hill, he and his trusty mate Frog Millhouse (Smiley Burnette) arrive just in time to help Jo Adams (Virginia Dale) protect her land from greedy real estate mogul John Ramsey (George Meeker). Though she is a spoiled society girl and not familiar with ranch life, Autry vows to help her nonetheless. Indeed, Autry does all he can to help her sometimes angering neighboring ranchers in the process. He and his friends masquerade as musicians and even get a judge to declare Adams incompetent to protect her lands. Of course, Autry is the singing cowboy so The Singing Hill features some of his classics. Songs in the film include, "Blueberry Hill," "Let a Smile be Your Umbrella," and "There'll Never be another Pal like You." If you love the singing cowboy, this film is for you.
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