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Shooting High (1940) was a Action - Comedy Film directed by Alfred E. Green and produced by John Stone and Sol M. Wurtzel.

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[first lines]
[Jane brings flowers to Wild Bill Carson's grave]
Jane Pritchard: Gosh, I wish I'da known Wild Bill.
Will Carson: You know, Janey, you're the first and only Pritchard to honor Granddad.
Jane Pritchard: Oh, why shouldn't I - he deserves it. Besides, I think it's just about time all this feuding stopped... and you could stop it if you were only half the man your Granddad was!


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This is one of the few movies that Gene Autry appeared in that his character wasn't named "Gene Autry".
Jane Withers admired Gene Autry and asked her studio if she could appear in a movie with him. Withers was under contract to 20th Century Fox, and would not be allowed to work on a Republic picture. She was able to convince the studio to work out a deal so she could appear with Gene Autry, and this movie was the result.
Several people are in studio records/casting call lists as cast members, but they did not appear or were not identifiable in the movie. These were (with their character names): Carl Stockdale (Ab), Lew Kelly (John) and Paul E. Burns (Hank).
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