In Old Monterey

Sergeant Gene Autry, formerly a rancher, pretends to quit the Army to persuade stubborn ranchers to sell their land to the government for a military proving ground for the Army Air Corps. Gene discovers that unscrupulous men who own a borax mine nearby are keeping the ranchers stirred up in hopes that the government will grow weary of the dealings and pay a much higher price to the mine owners for their land instead. Gene sings "It Happened in Monterey," "Born in the Saddle," and "Little Pardner." Gene and the Hoosier Hot Shots sing "My Buddy." The Hoosier Hot Shots sing "Virginia Blues" and with Smiley Burnette sing "It Looks Like Rain." Gene and the Ranch Boys sing "Tumbling Tumbleweeds." George "Gabby" Hayes and others sing "Columbia the Gem of the Ocean." Gene Autry and June Storey singing “Vacant Chair.”


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