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  • Sep 5, 1935
    Gene Autry's first full-length movie, Republic Pictures' "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," debuts. It features the title song, written by Bob Nolan, and Autry's own hit, "That Silver-Haired Daddy Of Mine." Also on screen are Gabby Hayes and Smiley Burnette
    Sep 24, 1935
    Gene Autry stars in his fifth movie role, "Melody Trail," with pal Smiley Burnette. The singing cowboy is thrust into a plot that includes kidnapping and cattle rustling
    Nov 19, 1935
    Gene Autry portrays a Texas ranger chasing down a murderer in "Sagebrush Troubadour," with his trusty sidekick Smiley Burnette also in the picture
    Dec 11, 1935
    "The Singing Vagabond" debuts in movie theaters with Gene Autry starring as a hero trying to save a kidnapped woman. Also appearing is sidekick Smiley Burnette
    Mar 2, 1936
    The Gene Autry movie "Red River Valley" opens with Autry in the hero's role, trying to determine who's behind a rash of sabotages at a dam construction site. Also appearing is Autry's frequent sidekick Smiley Burnette
    Mar 31, 1936
    "Comin' Round The Mountain" opens, with Gene Autry and his horse, Champion, as he plays a Pony Express rider robbed and left in the desert. Also in the cast: Autry's on-screen buddy Smiley Burnette
    May 13, 1936
    Gene Autry stars as the appropriately titled "Singing Cowboy" opens in movie theaters. It co-stars Smiley Burnette and Lon Chaney Jr. In the role, Autry tries to convince a radio station to sponsor a broadcast to raise money for a crippled girl
    Jun 22, 1936
    Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette star in the debut of "Guns And Guitars," in which Autry is framed for killing the sheriff. He did not shoot the deputy
    Aug 19, 1936
    Gene Autry is robbed and thrown off a train in the debut of "Oh, Susanna!," which also features his on-screen pal Smiley Burnette. Also appearing: The Light Crust Doughboys and, of course, Autry's trusty horse, Champion
    Sep 30, 1936
    "Ride, Ranger, Ride" debuts in theaters, with Gene Autry starring as a Texas ranger, trying to protect an Army wagon train under siege. Also on the bill: his usual companion Smiley Burnette

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