Gene Autry: Indian Territory

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Gene Autry: Indian Territory

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Director:
John English
Released:
1950
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Gene Autry: Indian Territory is a 1950 western directed by John English that features the famous singing cowboy, Gene Autry. The film takes place right after the Civil War and follows Gene Autry as a former confederate cavalry captain who is now a sergeant within the Union Army. Autry is assigned to help break up reoccurring Apache Indian raids on the frontier. He works alongside the scout Shadrac Jones (played by Pat Buttram) and the two of them find out that the Apache renegades are being led by a half white man who is working for a Caucasian Austrian. They are Curt Raidler and the Apache Kid and they are gun running. It is up to Gene and Shadrac to stop these bad guys, and also deal with LT Randolph Mason, who is in love with melody Colton, the daughter of rancher Jim. Can Gene and Shadrac save the day, and do a little singing along the way? Yes, yes of course they can.

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James Griffith

James Griffith

Johnny Corday the Apache Kid

Pat Buttram

Pat Buttram

Shadrach Jones

Gene Autry

Gene Autry

Gene Autry

Gail Davis

Gail Davis

Melody Colton

Kirby Grant

Kirby Grant

Lieutenant Randy Mason

Philip Van Zandt

Philip Van Zandt

Curt Raidler

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