Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Gene Autry is back in the saddle again, albeit North of the Border. Montana marshal Autry and another lawman pursue a bank robber into Canada. Teaming with a straight-arrow Mountie, Autry tracks down the criminal in the Canadian wilderness, taking time out once in a while to sing one of his host's national songs. Running 70 minutes, Gene Autry and the Mounties was promoted by Columbia Pictures as a western "special". While on location in Canada, the Autry unit decided to quickly make another film for next season's western schedule, and the result was Blue Canadian Rockies (52).
bad-guy, bank, border [geographic], courage, criminal, escape, fire, gangster, good-guy, help, lawman, leader, marshal, mounted-police, Mountie (Royal Canadian Mounted Police), outlaw [Western], police, robbery, songwriter, town, track [track and field], tracking [following], trail [path], wilderness