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Sierra Sue (1941)





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The valley in this Gene Autry western is threatened by a weed capable of poisoning the cattle. Burning the range proves ineffectual, however, and in desperation the local banker, Stacy Bromfield (Frank M. Thomas), sends for a government inspector. The latter proves to be none other than our old friend Gene, who quickly suggests spraying the area with a chemical. But the head of the cattlemen's organization, old George Larrabee (Robert Homans), foolishly ignores the advice and almost suffers unimaginable consequences when his henchman Frenchy (Hugh Prosser) shoots down a crop dusting Jerry Willis (Eddie Dean). Autry, Burnette and leading lady Fay McKenzie take time out from battling range weed to warble "Be Honest with Me", "I'll Be True While You're Gone", "Ridin' the Range", "Heebie Jeebie Blues" and the title tune. Sierra Sue was restored in 2001 by Gene Autry Entertainment.

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Fay McKenzie
as Sue Larrabee
Frank M. Thomas
as Stacy Bromfield
Earl Hodgins
as Brandywine
Eddie Dean
as Jerry Willis
Earle Hodgins
as Brandywine
Jack Kirk
as Sheriff
Budd Buster
as Greg Travis
Rex Lease
as Rancher
Hugh Prosser
as Frenchy, Larrabee's Foreman
Vince Barnett
as Shooting-Gallery Pitchman
Roy Butler
as Cannon-Operator Joe
Syd Saylor
as Pony attendant
Sammy Stein
as Irate Cowboy at Human Cannonball show
Bud Brown
as Musician
Gene Eblen
as Musician
Buel Bryant
as Henchman
Ray Davis
as Musician
Art Dillard
as Larrabee Cowhand
Frankie Marvin
as Larrabee Cowhand
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