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The Gene Autry Show - Doublecross Valley

episode 1.8

USA 1950
produced by
Louis Gray for Flying A Pictures/CBS
directed by George Archainbaud
starring Gene Autry, Pat Buttram, Gail Davis, Harry Lauter, Stanley Andrews, William Haade, Holly Bane, Francis McDonald, Wade Crosby, Jack Ingram, Art Dillard, Frankie Marvin, Boyd Stockman, Bob Woodward, Herman Hack, Ray Jones
written by J.Benton Cheney, Paul Gangelin

TV-series
Gene Autry Show

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Kent (Harry Lauter) has learned that some treasure is hidden somewhere on Jim Watson's (Stanley Andrews) ranchlands, so he makes up a plan to drive everybody away from the ranch, and his first action is to ... save Sheriff Gene Autry's life. Why that, you may ask?

Because Gene is the on-again off-again fiancé of Watson's daughter Sue (Gail Davis), and she immediately falls for Kent, giving him perfect access to the family and even to Gene's actions. From then on, Kent has his henchmen led by Calico (William Haade) engage in every act of sabotage imaginable, from poisoning waterholes to rustling, random shootings and the like. Ultimately, Calico even tries to assassinate Watson, but Gene is on site and takes up pursuit. Kent accompanies him and shoots Calico in cold blood to evade the risk of his accomplice betraying him. It's then and there that Gene first grows suspicious of Kent, thus he decides to have Watson's ranch completely evacuated to give whoever it is enough space to look for whatever it is - and of course, in the end, Gene and his deputy (Pat Buttram) catch Kent red-handed.

But what about Sue, who fell for the villain and criticized Gene all throughout the episode?

Well, she receives a spanking, what did you think?

 

Competently made television Western very much in style of the B-Westerns Gene made alongside ghis TV-show. Nothing great but watchable if Westerns are your cup of tea.

By the way, this one is not interrupted by Gene singing a tune or two, like many of his theatrical films were, he just sings one song at the very end of the show.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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