The Old Corral

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Released 1936

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Director:
Joseph Kane
Released:
1936
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The Old Corral is a 1937 musical Western starring the original "singing cowboy" Gene Autry. After Chicago nightclub singer, Eleanor Spencer (Irene Manning), witnesses a gangster Mike Scarlotti (John Bradford), murder a rival, she makes a run for her life. Spencer winds up in the town of Turquoise City, which is run by Sheriff Gene Autry (Gene Autry) and Deputy Frog (Smiley Burnette). She is hoping she can remain anonymous although Scarlotti has placed a substantial bounty on her head. After local club bartender, Martin Simms (Cornelius Keefe), recognizes Spencer, he aims to hand her over to Scarlotti and his thugs and collect the reward. It is now up to Sheriff Autry, Deputy Frog and the O'Keefe Brothers (The Sons of the Pioneers) to protect Spencer from Scarlotti. The movie also features several musical numbers including "Down By the Rio Trail," "Silent Trails," "Old Susannah," "Red River Valley" and "The Old Corral."
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