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Melody Ranch (1940) was a Romance - Western Film directed by Joseph Santley and produced by Sol C. Siegel.

Melody Ranch was inducted into the National Film Registry in 2002.

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Tommy Summerville: Phone her home. Phone the Mayfair Club. We've got to find our leading lady!
Cornelius J. Courtney: No sooner said then done! First I'll track her down, then I'll corral her, then I'll ignore her.

Cornelius J. Courtney: Hey, Gene. Listen, I've been thinking it over, and I think maybe I ought to go with the others on the bus.
Gene Autry: Oh no you don't. Get up on that horse and shut up.
Cornelius J. Courtney: But, Gene...
Gene Autry: Remember, this was your idea.
Cornelius J. Courtney: I'd forgotten.

Veronica Whipple: My, the elections get noisier every year. I haven't seen this much excitement since I voted for Roosevelt. I mean Theodore of course.

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The 'Melody Ranch' set built for this film consisted of a long, one story house and a much larger gambrel-roof barn with a practical interior. The house portion's exterior was revamped after filming, and the set was a fixture on Republic's back lot for several years. It was featured in the show My Three Sons.
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National Film Registry

Melody Ranch

Released 1940
Inducted 2002

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Also directed by Joseph Santley

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Also produced by Sol C. Siegel

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Also released in 1940

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