Whirlwind

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Gene Autry stars in the 1951 sagebrusher Whirlwind. In this outing, Autry plays a frontier postal inspector known for his lightning speed in the saddle (hence the title). Travelling incognito, Autry and his sidekick Smiley Burnette endeavor to get the goods on the "respectable" head of an outlaw empire. It isn't fair to give away the identity of the villain, though seasoned moviegoers will be able to solve this little mystery in the first reel. Gail Davis, TV's Annie Oakley, once more shows up as Gene Autry's ...
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Gene Autry stars in the 1951 sagebrusher Whirlwind. In this outing, Autry plays a frontier postal inspector known for his lightning speed in the saddle (hence the title). Travelling incognito, Autry and his sidekick Smiley Burnette endeavor to get the goods on the "respectable" head of an outlaw empire. It isn't fair to give away the identity of the villain, though seasoned moviegoers will be able to solve this little mystery in the first reel. Gail Davis, TV's Annie Oakley, once more shows up as Gene Autry's leading lady in Whirlwind. As a bonus, Autry performs three songs, including the title tune.
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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; Original press kit material; Poster and lobby card art; Trivia and movie facts
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/14/2004
  • UPC: 014381231427
  • Original Release: 1951
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  • Source: Image Entertainment
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:11:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Gene Autry Himself
Smiley Burnette Himself
Gail Davis Elaine Lassiter
Thurston Hall Big Jim Lassiter
Harry Lauter Wade Trimble
Dick Curtis Lon Kramer
Gregg Barton Bill Trask
Tommy Ivo Johnnie Evans
Kenne Duncan Slim
Gary Goodwin Carl
Champion Jr.
Frankie Marvin
Pat O'Malley
Bud Osborne
Boyd Stockman
Al Wyatt Bert
Stan Jones
Harry Harvey Sheriff Barlow
Technical Credits
John English Director
Mischa Bakaleinikoff Musical Direction/Supervision
Paul Borofsky Editor
William Bradford Cinematographer
Charles Clague Art Director
Norman Hall Screenwriter
Armand Schaefer Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Main Title; A Dust Devil for Justice [5:23]
2. The Red Valley Welcome Wagon [5:36]
3. Buckin' Trouble [5:22]
4. Talking to Strangers [3:35]
5. Too Close for Comfort [4:58]
6. A Way With the Ladies [3:03]
7. As Long As I Have My Horse [1:49]
8. Risky Business [3:44]
9. Tweedle-O-Twill [1:56]
10. Pouring it to 'Em [5:07]
11. Never a Dull Moment [3:40]
12. Whirlwind [1:58]
13. Delicate Things [3:20]
14. Bringing Up the Rear [3:00]
15. Where There's a Will [5:09]
16. Hatching a Plot [2:51]
17. Coming Clean [8:08]
18. Beautiful Country [1:23]
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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!
         "The Gene Autry Show" Souvenir Program
         Gene Autry Filmography
         Film Review of "Whirlwind" From the New York News
         Leading Lady Gail Davis
            A Brief Biography
            Gail Davis Filmography
            Clips From Annie & The Brass Collar
         Gene Autry and Gail Davis
         Trivia and Movie Facts From Flying a Pictures Vice President Alex Gordon
         The Official Gene Autry Website
         Autry National Center
      Production and Publicity Stills
      Poster Art and Lobby Cards
      Original Press Kit Material
      Also Available on DVD
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