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Gene and Smiley help an all-too-proper girl Connie in her attempt to run a cattle ranch.
As foreman of a dude ranch, Gene has two problems. One is a guest, the spoiled daughter of a millioniare, and the other is the disgruntled ex-foreman that Gene replaced, now just a ranch hand. Gene eventually gets the daughter straightened out but has to fire the ex-foreman and this leads to trouble when he returns intent on revenge.
This Gene Autry outing is more like a Judy Garland/Mickey Rooney musical than a western. (Too bad Judy and Mickey weren't in the show.) There's not only singing but also a bit of dancing. Two of the songs have become standards, "Deep in the Heart of Texas," which serves as the theme and was the working title for the film, and Johnny Bond's "Cimarron" (Johnny Bond appears in the film as a member of the Jimmy Wakely Trio). Jimmy Wakely went on to star in his own shoot-'em-ups. He later teamed with pop singer Margaret Whiting to have a number one hit with the Floyd Tillman classic "Slipping Around," one of the first country pop songs to deal in an honest manner with adultery.
The story is not much, involving a spoiled rich girl who goes west to a dude ranch and is horse broken by Gene and his cowhands. Her father flies west to take his daughter away from what he considers to be a cruel, harsh environment only to rediscover himself and his daughter. In the meantime Gene has all kinds of trouble with an ornery galoot who once was the foreman.
Frog Millhouse is around for laughs as is his clone Tadpole. Tadpole looks and acts like a young Frog and is just about as humorless. This go around Frog does have a few funny lines to deliver. I'm not sure exactly what the relationship was supposed to be between Frog and Tad. Since Frog was unmarried, perhaps Tad was adopted or taken in by his older lookalike. They did relate well to each other on the screen but there's still not much to laugh about beyond their looks. Frog's real talents, his music and his songwriting, do get showcased and that's a plus for the movie.
Gene Autry fans should like this one, especially those who love his music. Others may find it a bit tedious.
In one of those odd coincidences I seem to run into time and again, one of the the last Westerns I saw and reviewed on this site was "Deep in the Heart of Texas", starring Johnny Mack Brown and Tex Ritter. That flick also came out in 1942, AND also utilized the talents of the Jimmy Wakely Trio. This film's original working title borrowed from the song that's heard prominently here a couple of times, and you can't get more Western than 'Deep in the Heart of Texas'.
With only a single appearance as Tadpole Millhouse in a prior Autry flick, Joe Strauch Jr. has the gimmick down real well as Frog's (Smiley Burnette) young companion, right down to the mannerisms that go with the look-a-like, though scaled down appearance. Tadpole has some fun at Smiley's expense, switching out his Slicko Hair Tonic (with Breath O' Roses!) for some of old Doc Hanley's Mineral Ointment. While Smiley pines away for the picture's leading lady (Fay McKenzie as Alice Bennett), Tadpole has an eye for the cute Jean Porter going by the name of Pudge. Couldn't figure that one out, Pudge wasn't pudgy, and was actually quite cute when you come right down to it.
Well the working plot here has Gene befriending an upstart teenager Connie Lane


Heart Of The Rio Grande In Hindi Movie Download

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Gene and Smiley help an all-too-proper girl Connie in her attempt to run a cattle ranch.
As foreman of a dude ranch, Gene has two problems. One is a guest, the spoiled daughter of a millioniare, and the other is the disgruntled ex-foreman that Gene replaced, now just a ranch hand. Gene eventually gets the daughter straightened out but has to fire the ex-foreman and this leads to trouble when he returns intent on revenge.
This Gene Autry outing is more like a Judy Garland/Mickey Rooney musical than a western. (Too bad Judy and Mickey weren't in the show.) There's not only singing but also a bit of dancing. Two of the songs have become standards, "Deep in the Heart of Texas," which serves as the theme and was the working title for the film, and Johnny Bond's "Cimarron" (Johnny Bond appears in the film as a member of the Jimmy Wakely Trio). Jimmy Wakely went on to star in his own shoot-'em-ups. He later teamed with pop singer Margaret Whiting to have a number one hit with the Floyd Tillman classic "Slipping Around," one of the first country pop songs to deal in an honest manner with adultery.

The story is not much, involving a spoiled rich girl who goes west to a dude ranch and is horse broken by Gene and his cowhands. Her father flies west to take his daughter away from what he considers to be a cruel, harsh environment only to rediscover himself and his daughter. In the meantime Gene has all kinds of trouble with an ornery galoot who once was the foreman.

Frog Millhouse is around for laughs as is his clone Tadpole. Tadpole looks and acts like a young Frog and is just about as humorless. This go around Frog does have a few funny lines to deliver. I'm not sure exactly what the relationship was supposed to be between Frog and Tad. Since Frog was unmarried, perhaps Tad was adopted or taken in by his older lookalike. They did relate well to each other on the screen but there's still not much to laugh about beyond their looks. Frog's real talents, his music and his songwriting, do get showcased and that's a plus for the movie.

Gene Autry fans should like this one, especially those who love his music. Others may find it a bit tedious.
In one of those odd coincidences I seem to run into time and again, one of the the last Westerns I saw and reviewed on this site was "Deep in the Heart of Texas", starring Johnny Mack Brown and Tex Ritter. That flick also came out in 1942, AND also utilized the talents of the Jimmy Wakely Trio. This film's original working title borrowed from the song that's heard prominently here a couple of times, and you can't get more Western than 'Deep in the Heart of Texas'.

With only a single appearance as Tadpole Millhouse in a prior Autry flick, Joe Strauch Jr. has the gimmick down real well as Frog's (Smiley Burnette) young companion, right down to the mannerisms that go with the look-a-like, though scaled down appearance. Tadpole has some fun at Smiley's expense, switching out his Slicko Hair Tonic (with Breath O' Roses!) for some of old Doc Hanley's Mineral Ointment. While Smiley pines away for the picture's leading lady (Fay McKenzie as Alice Bennett), Tadpole has an eye for the cute Jean Porter going by the name of Pudge. Couldn't figure that one out, Pudge wasn't pudgy, and was actually quite cute when you come right down to it.

Well the working plot here has Gene befriending an upstart teenager Connie Lane (Edith Fellows), who would rather be anyplace else than the Smoke River Ranch, recently converted to a dude ranch to help pay the bills. Gene replaces old foreman Hap Callahan (William Haade), who even though might rightly hold a grudge, I just couldn't see why he would take a gunshot at Gene during the horse round-up. What's even more questionable is that Gene shoots back! You know, they could have killed each other! I guess in simpler times the viewer wasn't supposed to be so concerned about bodily harm, as long as the good guys beat out the bad guys.

The most interesting part of the picture came when Gene did an outright commercial within the story line promoting his message for the defense of the country - 'Buy United States Savings Bonds and Stamps'. For me, that's the kind of good guys versus bad guys message I'd like to see more of today, especially when there's so many bad guys in the world to go around.

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