Yodelin' Kid from Pine Ridge
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Yodelin' Kid from Pine Ridge
The prolific Jack Natteford wrote this unusual Gene Autry Western -- or, to be accurate, "Eastern" -- which reportedly suffered cuts after censors found it too violent. Gene, as usual, plays Gene Autry, this time the son of a Georgian cattleman (Charles Middleton) waging a war against the areas "turpentiners," harvesters of pine tree sap. Disowned by his father after siding with the turpentiners, Gene takes up with Colonel Millhouse's (Smiley Burnette) traveling Wild West Show. The show returns to Pine Ridge two years later and Gene discovers that a gang of rustlers is… More

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"The enjoyable Western has plenty of action, decent comedy and good songs by Gene"
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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