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Gene frequently said, "Well, all right, sir," when ending a conversation or while changing a subject.

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VHS Videos

VHS tapes were a popular format for home entertainment from the 1980s to the early 2000s. Video tapes have now been replaced by DVDs, Blu-Ray discs, and Digital HD. The Gene Autry VHS tapes are sold out. Gene Autry Entertainment has the VHS information listed for collectors who are trying to verify items in their collections.


Gene Autry created one of Hollywood's most successful genres – the musical Western. America's Favorite Singing Cowboy graced the silver screen from 1934 until 1953 and in America's living rooms with The Gene Autry Show from 1950 until 1955. Now you and your family can enjoy these Western classics – fully restored and uncut – from Gene Autry's personal film and television archives.

The sale of these videos will further the educational and cultural mission of the renowned Autry Museum of the American West in Los Angeles.

Television Shows

 

A&E Biography: Gene Autry, America's Singing Cowboy
(1993) – Sold Out

VHS

Saddle up, ride along and sing along with America's favorite cowboy into the golden age of television where a white hat meant hero and a guitar was just as handy as a pearl-handled six-gun.
 

The Double Switch
(2001) – Sold Out

VHS

Contains the following episodes from
The Gene Autry Show:

The Double Switch
The Star Toter
The Posse
Blackwater Valley Feud
 

Gold Dust Charlie
(1993) – Sold Out

VHS

Contains the following episodes from
The Gene Autry Show:

Gold Dust Charlie
Head for Texas
The Doodle Bug
The Silver Arrow

Movies

 

Back in the Saddle
(1941) – Sold Out

VHS

When pollution from a nearby copper mine poisons hundreds of cattle, Gene Autry, the courageous, two-fisted ranch foreman, faces a heap of trouble from all sides.
 

Bells of Capistrano
(1942) – Sold Out

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A feud between two rival rodeo companies accelerates when both want Gene Autry, the popular singing cowboy, as a crowd-drawing added attraction.
 

Beyond the Purple Hills
(1950) – Sold Out

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Gene solves the killing of a former lawman by clearing a friend and bringing the real culprits to justice.
 

The Big Show
(1936) – Sold Out

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Movie stunt-double Gene Autry must take the place of temperamental Western star Tom Ford (both roles are played by Gene) at the Texas Centennial.
 

Blue Montana Skies
(1939) – Sold Out

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Gene and Smiley trap a gang of fur smugglers who operate from a dude ranch near the Canadian border.
 

Colorado Sunset
(1939) – Sold Out

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A phony "protective" association causes a milk war among the ranchers until they vote for Gene Autry as sheriff.
 

The Cowboy and the Indians
(1949) – Sold Out

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In this 1949 Columbia Pictures film, rancher Gene Autry tries to aid neighboring Navajos suffering from malnutrition, but he is opposed by the crafty and crooked trading post proprietor Martin.
 

Cow Town
(1950) – Sold Out

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Gene Autry, in order to save his cattle from marauding rustlers and starvation, fences in the open range with barbed wire.
 

Gaucho Serenade
(1940) – Sold Out

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A case of mistaken identity sends Gene and Frog (Smiley Burnette), two down-and-out ex-rodeo stars, on a rip-roaring, cross-country trek as they help a little boy evade the gangsters responsible for the false imprisonment of his father.
 

Heart of the Rio Grande
(1942) – Sold Out

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Ranch foreman Gene Autry tames a spoiled teenage shrew sent to Smoke River Dude Ranch for the summer and in the process humanizes her father into becoming a better parent.
 

Home in Wyomin'
(1942) – Sold Out

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Radio star Gene Autry must solve a murder mystery at the Frontier Days pageant that involves Chicago gangsters, a deserted mine, and a surprise ending.
 

Home on the Prairie
(1939) – Sold Out

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A crooked rancher tries to ship infected cattle to market, framing Inspector Gene Autry to cover his tracks.
 

The Last Round-Up
(1947) – Sold Out

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A story of the modern West, dealing with Gene Autry's attempts to help a tribe of Navajo Indians relocate on better land.
 

Melody Ranch
(1940) – Sold Out

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Lawlessness runs rampant in Gene's hometown of Torpedo until the movie and radio cowboy returns as Honorary Sheriff for a Frontier Days celebration and cleans up the town.
 

Mexicali Rose
(1939) – Sold Out

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Hired as a radio singer, Gene Autry soon discovers the show's sponsor is a crooked oil company cheating, among others, an orphanage on the Mexican border.
 

Mule Train
(1950) – Sold Out

VHS

When a villainous contractor tries to cheat a friend out of his cement claim, U.S. Marshal Gene Autry comes to the rescue.
 

The Phantom Empire
(1935) – Sold Out

VHS

The first sci-fi serial of the sound era features Gene Autry in his premiere staring role. With the Junior Thunder Riders, the singing cowboy battles deadly perils to save Radio Ranch from threats above and below the earth's surface.
 

Ridin' on a Rainbow
(1949) – Sold Out

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Assisting in the search for murderous bank robbers, rancher Gene Autry goes undercover as a showboat entertainer to capture the crooks and recover the money.
 

Rim of the Canyon
(1949) – Sold Out

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Gene Autry, playing a dual role as his father and himself, is stranded in a ghost town haunted by thieves, who are searching for $30,000 stolen twenty years earlier from Big Tim.
 

Robin Hood of Texas
(1947) – Sold Out

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Gene Autry and the Cass County Boys, flat broke and stranded, are unjustly arrested as musical bank bandits.
 

Rovin' Tumbleweeds
(1939) – Sold Out

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Rancher Gene Autry takes a job singing on the radio to aid farmers and ranchers whose lands were destroyed by raging floods.
 

Shooting High
(1940) – Sold Out

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Twentieth Century Fox star Jane Withers was so enamored of Gene Autry that she persuaded the studio to sign the Singing Cowboy as her leading man.
 

Sierra Sue
(1941) – Sold Out

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When poisonous devil weed threatens cattle, State Inspectors Gene Autry and Frog Millhouse try to help an old-fashioned ranching community opposed to their modern methods.
 

Sioux City Sue
(1946) – Sold Out

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Gene turns in his wings for a pair of spurs in his first movie after returning from World War II, Sioux City Sue.
 

Sons of New Mexico
(1950) – Sold Out

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Cattleman Gene Autry becomes the guardian of a wayward boy who is deeply in debt to a gambler.
 

South of the Border
(1939) – Sold Out

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On the eve of World War II, federal agents Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette are sent south of the border to help foil the plans of foreign spies attempting to gain control of Mexican oil fields.
 

Trail to San Antone
(1947) – Sold Out

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It becomes a race against time when Gene tries to help a young jockey get back on track after an "accident" arranged by an unscrupulous horse trainer ruins his career.
 

Under Fiesta Stars
(1941) – Sold Out

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Rodeo star Gene Autry and a spirited young city gal jointly inherit property containing a ranch and a mine.
 

VHS Box Set
(2003) – Sold Out

VHS Box Set

Gaucho Serenade (1940)
Home on the Prairie (1939)
Melody Ranch (1940)
Rovin' Tumbleweeds (1939)
South of the Border (1939)
 

VHS 10 Pack
(1997) – Sold Out

VHS Box Set

Man From Music Mountain (1938)
Oh, Susanna! (1936)
The Old Barn Dance (1938)
The Old Corral (1936)
Public Cowboy No. 1 (1937)
Red River Valley (1936)
Rootin' Tootin' Rhythm (1937)
Round-Up Time in Texas (1937)
Springtime in the Rockies (1937)
Yodelin' Kid from Pine Ridge (1937)
 

Western Jamboree
(1938) – Sold Out

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Ranch foreman Gene Autry, with the help of Frog Millhouse, turns the Circle J Ranch into a dude ranch to help an old friend fool his daughter's rich fiancé into believing he is a wealthy rancher.

You can also see a full list of Gene's television shows in the Television area under the Gene Autry section.