Dodge City Trail (1936)
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About Dodge City Trail
With the increasing popularity of Republic’s sagebrush crooner Gene Autry, rival company Columbia found it necessary to add a musical element to this Charles Starrett Western released in early 1937. As Starrett himself was no singer, the studio hired Donald Grayson to warble Lonesome River, Out in the Cow Country and Pancho’s Widow, all by Ned Washington and Sam H. Stept.