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1. HORSES AND GUNS (circa 1945) Gene Autry, Champion. This is an incredibly rare Gene Autry one-reel short, not listed on IMDB or any other reference list that we’ve been able to find. Shot during his heyday at Republic Studios, Gene is shown doing morning exercises and tricks with Champion. He’s also does an interesting sequence of trick shooting. A must for all Autry fans. 2. THE RIDER OF THE PASS (1925) Fred Humes. This nearly forgotten Lone Pine gem finally surfaces. Fred is a smiling but tough cowboy who’s framed for cattle rustling. His gal believes in him, though, as they both set out to clear him. Lots of the action was shot up in the Alabama Hills, with on or two Lone Pine locale shots we’ve never seen before. 3. CACTUS CAPERS (1942) Ray Whitley, Virgina Vale, Emmett Lynn, Roy Barcroft, Lloyd Ingraham. In what seems like a mini-Gene Autry western, Ray and his cowboy pals are stranded in the wilds when a wandering burro eats the tree branch their horses are tied to. The burro’s owner owned a secret gold mine and was recently murdered. His daughter is searching for the mine and hopes the burro will lead her to it, but bad guy Barcroft wants the burro for himself. Later in town, Ray is arrested and jailed for the murder! Who’ll get to the gold mine first? A great story, complimented by a number of great songs. From 16mm.

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