Lobby card, 11x14 inches (standard U.S. size) advertising "Apache Country" (1952) from Columbia Pictures, starring Gene Autry. Filmed on location at Ernie Hickson's Monogram Ranch
in Placerita Canyon one year before Autry bought the place and renamed it Melody Ranch.
Iron Eyes Cody and Ken's brother, stuntman Kermit Maynard, make uncredited appearances in this film; The Cass County Boys provide music, and Tony Whitecloud's Jemez Indians dance.
Made by Gene Autry Productions (Armand Schaefer, producer) while Autry was under contract with Columbia Pictures, "Apache Country" was directed by George Archainbaud,
written by Norman S. Hall, and features Autry and his horse Champion with Pat Buttram, Carolina Cotton, Harry Lauter, Mary Scott, Sydney Mason, Francis X. Bushman,
Gregg Barton, Tom London, Byron Foulger, Frank Matts and Mickey Simpson.
Further reading: Melody Ranch: Movie Magic in Placerita Canyon.
LW3172: 9600 dpi jpeg from original photograph purchased 2018 by Leon Worden.