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Fun Autry Fact:

When the famous "Hollywood" sign fell into disrepair in 1978, various entertainers agreed to buy a letter for $27,777.77. Gene bought the first "L."

DVD Information

Home in Wyomin'

Released:
April 3, 2007
By Image Entertainment

1942
Running Time:
Approximately 68 minutes
Fully Restored and Uncut

Synopsis:
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. Musical highlights are Any Bonds Today and I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes. Released in 1942, the film features leading lady Fay McKenzie, comic sidekick Smiley Burnette, and Joseph Strauch, Jr. as Tadpole.


Special Features:

Actors/Artists: Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Fay McKenzie, Olin Howlin, Chick Chandler, Joe Strauch, Jr., and Champion
Director: William Morgan Audio Format: Mono
Screen Format: Full Frame Color: B&W
Original Languages: English Other Languages: None
Region Code: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only) Running Time:
68 Minutes
Not Rated

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