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Movie still from Western Jamboree © 1938 Autry Qualified Interest Trust and The Autry Foundation.

Film and Television

Boots and Saddles (1937) and Western Jamboree (1938)

Part of the series Gene Autry Double Feature

Saturday, July 22, 2017, 3:00 p.m.

The Autry in Griffith Park

Appropriate For: 
Everyone
Admission: 
Included With Museum Admission / Free for Autry Members
RSVP/Reservations: 
No Reservations Necessary

About the Event

Every other month, two Gene Autry films are screened at the Autry. 
 
July’s Gene Autry Double Feature theme is “Republic Pictures”
 
Gene Autry was the star of 89 movies with the first half of his big screen career at Republic Pictures between 1935 and 1947. All of his movies feature Gene's trademark music, comedy, and action with the Republics heavy on the music. There are nine musical performances in Boots and Saddles and seven in Western Jamboree. Be sure to sing along with Gene…and Smiley Burnette. 
 
As part of this year’s Autry Members’ Summer Picnic, this special Gene Autry Double Feature will take place at 3:00 p.m. instead of the usual time (noon). After the screenings, go outside for live music, BBQ, and games on the Autry Lawn.
 

Boots and Saddles (1937) Republic Pictures (59 minutes)
A British youngster inherits a ranch so heavily burdened with taxes that only by selling the wild mustangs on the range to the Armed Forces can he keep the property. Foreman Gene Autry and his sidekick, Frog Millhouse, befriend the boy and become involved in a series of misadventures with the Army colonel's uninhibited daughter and other personnel at the Post. 
 
For more details on the cast and songs in this film, visit the Official Gene Autry website page for Boots and Saddles
 

Western Jamboree (1938) Republic Pictures (57 minutes)
Ranch foreman Gene Autry, with the help of Frog Millhouse (Smiley Burnette), 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.  The discovery of helium gas on the range adds to the complications, but things really get interesting with the arrive of both the real ranch owner and the shifty helium gas bandits!
 
For more details on the cast and songs in this film, visit the Official Gene Autry website page for Western Jamboree