Indian Territory

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Columbia's final release for 1950 was the Gene Autry western Indian Territory. Set during the Reconstruction Era, the story finds Autry working as an undercover agent for the U.S. cavalry. His mission: to neutralize a former Austrian army officer named Curt Raidler (Phil Van Zandt), who is leading a group of renegade Indians on a series of destructive raids. A subplot concerns the friendly rivalry between Autry and Union lieutenant Randolph Mason (played by Kirby Grant, later famous as TV's Sky King). Like most ...
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Columbia's final release for 1950 was the Gene Autry western Indian Territory. Set during the Reconstruction Era, the story finds Autry working as an undercover agent for the U.S. cavalry. His mission: to neutralize a former Austrian army officer named Curt Raidler (Phil Van Zandt), who is leading a group of renegade Indians on a series of destructive raids. A subplot concerns the friendly rivalry between Autry and Union lieutenant Randolph Mason (played by Kirby Grant, later famous as TV's Sky King). Like most of Gene Autry's films from this era, Indian Territory co-stars Pat Buttram and Gail "Annie Oakley" Davis.
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Special Features

Reminiscing 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: 7/13/2004
  • UPC: 014381231229
  • Original Release: 1950
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  • Source: Image Entertainment
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:08:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Gene Autry Himself
Pat Buttram Shadrach Jones
Gail Davis Melody Colton
Kirby Grant Lt. Randolph Mason
James Griffith Apache Kid
Philip Van Zandt Curt Raidler
Roy Gordon Maj. Farrell
Charles Stevens Soma
Robert Carson Capt. Wallace
Smiley Burnette
Roy Butler
George Pat Collins Jim Colton
Pat Collins Jim Colton
Bert Dodson
Kenne Duncan
Frank Ellis
Robert Hilton
Champion Jr.
Wesley Hudman
Frank Lackteen
Frankie Marvin
John R. McKee
Sandy Sanders
Boyd Stockman
Chief Thundercloud
Chief Yowlachie
Technical Credits
John English Director
Mischa Bakaleinikoff Score Composer, Musical Direction/Supervision
William Bradford Cinematographer
Charles Clague Art Director
Norman Hall Screenwriter
Armand Schaefer Producer
James Sweeney Editor
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Main Title; The Slow March of Law and Order [5:22]
2. A Good Thrashing [3:57]
3. Chattanoogie Shoeshine Boy [2:06]
4. The Apache Kid [5:05]
5. War Party [4:19]
6. Turning Back the Herd [3:54]
7. When the Campfire is Low on the Prairie [2:53]
8. Square Dance Calls [:58]
9. Indian Style [3:42]
10. A Warning [3:54]
11. Four Words of Advice [2:52]
12. Randy and Gene [3:02]
13. Up in Flames [6:56]
14. Squaring Things Up [3:37]
15. Tracking the Kid [7:44]
16. One Time Too Many [9:14]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   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!"
      Horseplay
         Leading Lady Gail Davis
            A Brief Biography
            Gail Davis Biography
            Clips From Annie and the Mystery Woman
         Gene Autry and Gail Davis
         Trivia and Movie Facts From Flying A Pictures Vice President Alex Gordon
         Autry Tie-Ups are Ringing the Country
         Autry National Center
      Productions and Publicity Stills
      Poster Art and Lobby Cards
      Original Press Kit Material
      Also Available on DVD
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