The Gene Autry Show (1950–1955)
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The Star Toter 

Gene tries to reform the young son of an outlaw. When the bad man escapes, the boy must choose between his murderous father and the honest life Gene would like him to lead.

Director:

Frank McDonald

Writer:

Jack Townley (screenplay)
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Gene Autry ... Sheriff Gene Autry
Champion ... Gene's Horse
Pat Buttram ... Pat
Barbara Stanley Barbara Stanley ... Martha Neill
George J. Lewis ... Ben Foster
Billy Gray ... Jimmy Foster
Robert Livingston ... Banker Kirk Curry
House Peters Jr. ... Reynolds
Wes Hudman Wes Hudman ... Joe, Deputy Sheriff
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Gene tries to reform the young son of an outlaw. When the bad man escapes, the boy must choose between his murderous father and the honest life Gene would like him to lead.

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Genres:

Western

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Language:

English

Release Date:

20 August 1950 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Flying 'A' Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Quotes

[first lines]
Pat Buttram: Hey, Gene! Some hombre just held up the Red Rock Bank and got away with twenty thousand dollars... made a clean getaway!
Gene Autry: What's the sheriff doin' about it?
Pat Buttram: He ain't doin' nothin'. He's dead!
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Soundtracks

Back in the Saddle Again
Sung by Gene Autry
Written by Ray Whitley and Gene Autry
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The love of a son
9 June 2014 | by mitchrmpSee all my reviews

In this episode, Gene and Pat chase down a man who helped rob a bank. A shootout occurs, and it's discovered after the man is wounded that his son was inside helping him with the shooting. Gene decides to take the kid in to try and teach him right from wrong, but Pat has his doubts this is a good idea. The kid is loyal to his father and problems occur.

This is interesting because it shows what a true father the outlaw was. The scene where he's able to escape is heart-wrenching but so true of today. Outlaws, for the most part, care about fulfilling their selfish desires. Anything that gets in their way must go.

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