Sons of New Mexico

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Sons of New Mexico

gambling horse inheritance

Sons of New Mexico

Release Date: December 20, 1949

Year    :   1949
Slogan    :   «GENE AND CHAMPION RIDE WITH THE CAVALRY CADETS to blast a gambler's frame-up inside a killer's trap!»
Genres    :   Western
Production Companies    :   Columbia Pictures, Gene Autry Productions
Director    :   John English
Producers    :   
Writers    :   Paul Gangelin
RunTime    :   71 mins.

Not quite as memorable as his previous Riders in the Sky, Gene Autry's Sons of New Mexico is still well up to the star's standard. This time, Gene tries to reform Randy Pryor, a would-be juvenile delinquent, played by Autry-protégé Dick Jones (who later starred in the Autry-produced TV series Range Rider and Buffalo Bill Jr). To this end, Pryor is enrolled at the New Mexico Military Institute, where much of this film was lensed. The kid chafes at the school's regimen and escapes, heading back to his criminal mentor Pat Feeney (Robert Armstrong).


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