The Blazing Sun

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"By Horse...By Train...By Foot...GENE'S GUNS BLAZE FROM ALL SIDE to drive bank robbers into a desert trap...with the help of two gun-totin' gals!"
  • TV-G
  • 1950
  • 1 hr 9 min
  • 6.2  (117)

The Blazing Sun from 1950 is a classic western movie that tells the story of a singing cowboy, Gene Autry, who discovers a gold mine on his property. As he starts to dig, he's followed by some bad guys who want to steal his gold, making the atmosphere quite tense. As a hero, Gene Autry can't let dangerous situations go unaddressed. In the midst of all this, he tries to find out who these shady people are, and he ultimately succeeds in bringing them to justice with his trusted horse, Champion.

Throughout the movie, the audience is treated to exciting musical performances from Autry, who showcases his incredible singing and guitar-playing skills, even as the story progresses.

Lynne Roberts stars as the leading lady, Lucy Bell, and Autry's love interest. Initially appearing reluctant to show her affection, Lucy soon sees the honest and caring nature of our protagonist, which makes her fall for him, adding a sweet romantic element to the movie.

Amidst all of this, there are a few subplots, including the dynamics between the characters, such as Gene's friendly relationship with Sheriff Keene, and the odd relationship between the antagonists.

The movie stands out for its shootouts, horseback chases, and the sheer tension that builds as the story unfolds. It's a thrilling movie, with well-choreographed scenes, and the presence of Autry makes it worth watching. His screen presence is undeniable, and his charisma is what keeps the movie interesting throughout.

Furthermore, The Blazing Sun features excellent scenery, making the movie visually appealing. The film's panoramic shots of the American West's raw terrain are a visual feast, and the setting adds an authentic touch to the movie.

The film's soundtrack is composed mainly of traditional western tunes with Autry's vocals elevating the music to a new level. Along with the music, the story also features some well-written poetry.

One thing that sets this movie apart is that it's a family-friendly western. There's a level of innocence in the movie that is absent in modern-day westerns. Despite being seen as a hero who sings a tune, Autry is incredibly tough, making him a role model for young viewers while still being enjoyable for adults.

In conclusion, The Blazing Sun from 1950 is an excellent movie that captures the essence of the American West. The film has all the necessary components that make a western great: a hero, romance, action, and music. It's an enjoyable watch that will keep you glued to your screen from start to finish.

The Blazing Sun is a 1950 western with a runtime of 1 hour and 9 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.2.

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    1 hr 9 min
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  • IMDB Rating
    6.2  (117)