August 1, 1948 (1948-08-01) (USA)
Julian Zimet (story), Dwight Cummins (screenplay), Dorothy Yost (screenplay)
A great horse story! A great heart story!
Gene autry the strawberry roan from the strawberry roan 1948
The Strawberry Roan is a 1948 American Western film directed by John English and starring Gene Autry, Gloria Henry, and Jack Holt. Based on a story by Julian Zimet, the film is about a singing cowboy who prevents the shooting of a horse that bucked a young boy off, paralyzing him. The cowboy trains the horse hoping to return it to the boy and help him overcome his disability.
- Gene autry the strawberry roan from the strawberry roan 1948
- Gene autry the angel song from the strawberry roan 1948
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Gene autry the angel song from the strawberry roan 1948
Joe is paralyzed by a wild horse, a strawberry roan. His father, Walt, tries to kill the horse in anger but is unsuccessful and the horse escapes. Autry, who stopped Walt from killing the animal, is asked to leave the ranch. He finds the horse and trains it in the hopes of returning it to Joe to give him the will to overcome his disability.
ReferencesThe Strawberry Roan Wikipedia
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