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  • Jan 29, 1938
    "The Old Barn Dance" debuts in movie theaters. The western features Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette, as well as Autry's now-familiar horse, Champion, plus Roy Rogers, Walter Shrum, Frankie Marvin and Sons Of The Pioneers member Bob Nolan
    Jul 3, 1938
    "Gold Mine In The Sky" debuts in movie theaters with a cast that features Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette and Pee Wee King & His Gold West Cowboys. Autry plays a ranch foreman obliged to shepherd the marriage of a late friend's heiress-daughter
    Aug 15, 1938
    Gene Autry appears in the 25th movie of his career, "Man From Music Mountain," with sidekick Smiley Burnette. In the plot, Autry fights real estate barons who want to take gold-rich property from some unsuspecting farmers
    Oct 7, 1938
    Gene Autry and movie buddy Smiley Burnette star in the debut of "Prairie Moon," in which Autry looks after three kids who've inherited a cattle ranch from their late father. Autry sings the Jimmie Rodgers classic "In The Jailhouse Now"
    Nov 5, 1938
    The western movie "Rhythm Of The Saddle" debuts with stars Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette. Autry serves as the foreman at a rodeo ranch in economic straits
    Dec 2, 1938
    Gene Autry stars with Smiley Burnette in the debut of "Western Jamboree," in which robbers try to steal valuable helium gas from a pipeline on Autry's ranch. Also seen on the screen: Eddie Dean and Frankie Marvin
    Feb 3, 1939
    Gene Autry has the 30th film role of his career, with sidekick Smiley Burnette in "Home On The Prairie." Autry portrays a border inspector attempting to trace a ring of crooks smuggling infected cattle
    Mar 27, 1939
    The western "Mexicali Rose" debuts in American movie theaters with Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette and the ever-present Champion
    May 4, 1939
    Movie theaters present "Blue Montana Skies," featuring Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Walter Shrum and Frankie Marvin
    Jun 29, 1939
    "Mountain Rhythm" makes its screen debut with Gene Autry and co-star Smiley Burnette. Autry's duty is to save citizens from outlaws who are hoarding land. Autry performs "It Makes No Difference Now" during the film

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