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Rootin' Tootin' Rhythm
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55min
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1937
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Synopsis: Gene Autry and his sidekick, Smiley Burnette, are suspected of cattle rustling in this action-packed Republic Pictures Western directed by former actor Mack V. Wright. Actually, Gene and Frog (Burnette) had been chasing a couple of real cattle rustlers, Apache Kid (Max Hoffman Jr.) and Black Jim (Charles King), when they discovered the bodies of two lawmen. Realizing that the rustlers killed their pursuers, our heroes get the bright idea of masquerading in the apparel left by the outlaws. Heading ... Full Synopsis
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For once in a Gene Autry oater, there is actually more rootin' and tootin' than rhythm. The film Rootin' Tootin' Rhythm commences with the obligatory songs in the introduction and then gets down to business. Business that is by no means unusual or in any way startling, but satisfying nonetheless. The highlight: Smiley Burnette incapacitating a whole gaggle of infuriated ranchers by blowing sneezing ... Read Review
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Gene Autry
Rosa
Stafford
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