The Singing Vagabond

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Released 1935

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1935
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The Singing Vagabond is a 1935 musical western directed by Carl Pierson ("Paradise Canyon," "The New Frontier"). All her life, Lettie (Ann Rutherford) has been misled by her Aunt Hortense (Grace Goodall), who has Lettie believe she is an heiress. Lettie's boyfriend proposes marriage, but Aunt Hortense fears he just wants Lettie for the money he thinks she'll eventually inherit. The aunt humiliates Lettie in front of her beau, and Lettie, after being mistaken for a leading lady, runs off with a theatrical troupe that is traveling west. The caravan is led by Captain Tex Autry ("The Singing Cowboy" Gene Autry) and his singing troop of cavalrymen. Along the way, the theater troupe gets separated from the cavalry troop and the actors are attacked on the California border, but Tex and his men swoop in to save the day. A romantic relationship blooms between Tex and Lettie, while trouble brews as the troupe rests at Fort Henry. It's up to Tex to save the day yet again.moreless
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