Out California Way

  • 1946
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Western

An interesting western which features Hale and Dehner as competing actors working for a Hollywood studio. Little Bobby Blake (who would later play TV's "Baretta," Mickey in THE LITTLE RASCALS and numerous other roles) provides the subplot as a tyke trying to get his horse Pardner a role in an upcoming movie. Roy Rogers and wife Dale Evans make a walk-on...read more

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An interesting western which features Hale and Dehner as competing actors working for a Hollywood studio. Little Bobby Blake (who would later play TV's "Baretta," Mickey in THE LITTLE RASCALS and numerous other roles) provides the subplot as a tyke trying to get his horse Pardner a role in

an upcoming movie. Roy Rogers and wife Dale Evans make a walk-on appearance which only adds to the movie set authenticity. Unfortunately, the picture is filmed in weak Trucolor, making it worthwhile to watch only on a black and white TV set. Republic chose to shoot OUT CALIFORNIA WAY in an effort

to gain some attention for Hale, the singing cowboy they hoped would gain the same sort of popularity Gene Autry had managed to claim. Such was not the case with Hale's career, the star quickly sliding into a nonentity by the time television had come into prominence. Songs by Paul Westmoreland,

Foy Willing, Jack Meakin, Foster Carling, Tex Carlson, Jack Stratham, Gus Snow, Eddie Dean, and Hal Blair include: "Detour," "Rose of Santa Fe," "Hello Monte," "Out California Way," "Little Bronc of Mine," and "Boggie Woogie Cowboy."

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