Western Jamboree

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Released 1938

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Western Jamboree

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Director:
Ralph Staub
Released:
1938
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Western Jamboree, originally released in 1938, was restored and turned into a feature-length film in 2001 by Gene Autry Entertainment. The film tells the story of Gene (Gene Autry) the straw-boss for the Circle J ranch. The ranch, a stereotypic western dude ranch was recently sold to Van Fleet (Davison Clark), who shares ownership with Ol' Dad Haskell (Frank Darien). Gene is trying to adjust to the new management, get the ranch ready for guests, and pursue the interest of Betty (Hean Rouverol), Ol' Dad's daughter. Despite the fact that Betty has repeatedly shunned Gene, playing a game of cat and mouse, Gene agrees to help Betty impress her socialite love interest Walter (George Wilcott). Meanwhile, a group of bandits discover a helium pocket under the farms hills, and it inspires their greed. They create a plan to run a secret pipeline through the hills to steal the valuable gas. Gene must stop the outlaws and get the girl before it's too late, without losing his head. The film features several famous musical numbers including: "Roll, On Little Doggies" and "Old November Moon".moreless

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