Call of the Canyon

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Cattleman Gene Autry is put out-to say the least-when he finds out that he's been slickered by crooked purchasing agent Thomas McCoy Edmund MacDonald. It turns out that McCoy is in debt to bookies, and has been skimming his customers to pay off his gambling losses. Autry hopes to put a stop to all this by going directly to McCoy's boss, Grantley B. Johnson Thurston Hall, but the Big Guy's office is crammed full of radio agents who hope to persuade Johnson to sponsor their programs. One of these agents is a young ...
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Cattleman Gene Autry is put out-to say the least-when he finds out that he's been slickered by crooked purchasing agent Thomas McCoy Edmund MacDonald. It turns out that McCoy is in debt to bookies, and has been skimming his customers to pay off his gambling losses. Autry hopes to put a stop to all this by going directly to McCoy's boss, Grantley B. Johnson Thurston Hall, but the Big Guy's office is crammed full of radio agents who hope to persuade Johnson to sponsor their programs. One of these agents is a young lady named Kit Carson Ruth Terry, whose sample record disc is accidentally broken in the crush. Thus is the main plot briefly put on the back burner as Kit persuades Gene and his ranch-hand pals the Sons of the Pioneers to pose as radio crooners to impress Mr. Johnson. Eventually, Call of the Canyon gets back on track with an exciting runaway-buggy climax, but for the most part the film is more musical than western.
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Special Features

Reminiscking with Gene Autry and Pat Buttram at the "Melody Ranch Theater"; Excerpts from the original "Melody Ranch Radio Show"; Production and publicity stills; Poster and lobby card art; Original press kit material; Trivia and movie facts
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/28/2006
  • UPC: 014381218022
  • Original Release: 1942
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  • Source: Image Entertainment
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:11:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Gene Autry Gene
Smiley Burnette Frog
The Sons of the Pioneers Themselves
Ruth Terry Kit Carson
Thurston Hall Grantley B. Johnson
Joe Strauch Jr. Tadpole
Cliff Nazarro Pete Murphy
Dorothea Kent Jane Oakley
Edmund MacDonald Thomas McCoy
Marc Lawrence Horace Dunston
John Harmon The Pigeon
John Holland Willy Hitchcock
Pat Brady
Robert Burns
Budd Buster
Bob Nolan
Technical Credits
Joseph Santley Director
Olive Cooper Screenwriter
Harry Grey Producer
Reggie Lanning Cinematographer
Edward Mann Editor
Maurice Rapf Original Story
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Gene Autry Collection: Call of the Canyon
1. Main Title; Somebody Else Is Taking My Place [3:37]
2. 65 Dollars a Head [3:29]
3. The Whippasaw Connection [6:08]
4. Pie Eating Contest [5:03]
5. Take Me Back to My Boots and Saddle [3:29]
6. Making Othe Plans [2:01]
7. Runaway Wagon [2:59]
8. Undercover Cowboy [6:33]
9. Montana Plains [3:37]
10. Taking on McCoy [3:51]
11. Pulling Together [2:16]
12. When It's Chilly Down in Chile [4:16]
13. Call of the Canyon [2:01]
14. Cattle Run [5:14]
15. Johnson Spills the Beans [3:56]
16. Cooking a Goose [5:45]
17. The Getaway [3:10]
18. Kit Carson's Harmony Ranch [2:53]
19. End Credits [:47]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Gene Autry Collection: Call of the Canyon
   Feature Start
   Scene Selections
   Special Features
      Reminiscing With Gene Autry and Pat Buttram at the Melody Ranch Theater
      "Don't Touch That Dial! Gene Autry Is on the Air!"
      Production and Publicity Stills
      Production Reports
      Poster Art and Lobby Cards
      Original Press Kit Material
      Also Available on DVD
      Trivia and Movie Facts From Flying A Pictures' Vice President Alex Gordon
      The Official Gene Autry Website
      Autry National Center
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