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Ride Ranger Ride (1936) was a Western - Black-and-white Film directed by Joseph Kane and produced by Armand Schaefer and Nat Levine.

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Texas Ranger Gene Autry: Goodbye, Colonel, and remember this - make your peace signals with one hand, and keep your rifles ready in the other.

[as Autry predicted, the Commanches attack the supply train]
Rufe Jones: What do you think of your treaty now, Colonel?
Col. Summerall: You were right, Autry, but remember you're still under sentence to be shot!
Texas Ranger Gene Autry: Looks like we may be shot without sentence.

Frog Millhouse: Well, hey, wait a minute! We've been discharged from the rangers. Why can't we be cavalrymen?
Texas Ranger Gene Autry: Well, why not?

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Also directed by Joseph Kane

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Also produced by Armand Schaefer

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Also released in 1936

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