Ridin’ On A Rainbow
Assisting in the search for murderous bank robbers, rancher Gene Autry goes undercover as a showboat entertainer to capture the crooks and recover the money. Gene befriends the young singer, Patsy, who is key to the investigation. Action-packed from ship to shore, the film's showstopping musical numbers included Gene's performance of "Be Honest With Me," which was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Song of 1941. Gene Autry also sings "Ridin' On A Rainbow" and with Smiley Burnette sings "Hunky Dunky Dory" and "Steamboat Bill." Gene and Mary Lee sing "Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie." Mary Lee also sings "Sing a Song of Laughter," "What's Your Favorite Holiday," and "I'm the Only Lonely One."