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  • Apr 26, 1948
    Roy Acuff buys Tennessee's Dunbar Cave from Clarksville mayor William Kleeman
    Apr 26, 1948
    Columbia releases Roy Acuff and his Smoky Mountain Boys' "Unloved And Unclaimed," co-written by Acuff and Grand Ole Opry stage manager Vito Pellettieri
    Jun 7, 1948
    Barely beating the deadline, Roy Acuff qualifies as a Republican candidate for governor of Tennessee. Acuff finds out about the development when he reads the morning paper the following day
    Jun 30, 1948
    Roy Acuff says that if nominated, he will consent to run as the Republican candidate for governor of Tennessee
    Jul 5, 1948
    Columbia releases Roy Acuff and his Smoky Mountain Boys' Cold War warning "This World Can't Stand Long"
    Jul 12, 1948
    Roy Acuff heads to Hollywood to film "Smoky Mountain Melody," the last movie he makes prior to running for governor of Tennessee
    Jul 15, 1948
    Filming begins on "Smoky Mountain Melody," starring Roy Acuff
    Jul 24, 1948
    Roy Acuff announces his candidacy for governor of Tennessee
    Jul 31, 1948
    Filming ends on "Smoky Mountain Melody," starring Roy Acuff
    Aug 5, 1948
    Roy Acuff receives 81,000 of 100,000 votes in Tennessee's Republican gubernatorial primary. The race pits him against his friend, Democratic candidate Gordon Browning

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