Gaucho Serenade ★½ 1940
Former rodeo stars Gene (Autry) and Frog (Burnette) set out to help the son of their ex-partner, who's the kidnapping target of gangsters. Lots of singing, not much action. ♫Gaucho Serenade; A Song at Sunset; The Singing Hills; Give Out with a Song; Wooing of Kitty MacFuty. 66m/B VHS . Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Duncan Renaldo, June Storey, Mary Lee; D: Frank McDonald; W: Bradford Ropes; C: Reggie Lanning.
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