Singing Hill
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Singing Hill
Also known as The Singing Hills, this Gene Autry western boasts a screenplay cowritten by Jesse Lasky Jr. Gene and his saddle pal Smiley Burnette ride into town and sing a few songs. They make the acquaintance of heiress Virginia Grey, who wants to divest herself of her land holdings. Villain George Meeker hopes that she'll do this so he can charge inordinately high prices for grazing lands. Autry fixes everything, then he sings a few more songs. Director Lew Landers keeps things moving apace between the musical interludes.

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Enjoyable singing formulaic B-Western from Gene Autry that's more interested in comedy than action."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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