The Singing Buckaroo (1937)

Approved  |   |  Music, Western  |  15 January 1937 (USA)
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Barbara Evans has $25,000 and Gifford is after it. When his henchman fail to get it he refuses to pay them. They then decide to double cross him and get the money for themselves. Gordon is ... See full summary »



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Cast overview:
Barbara Evans
William Faversham ...
Dad Evans
Cliff Nazarro ...
Howard Hill ...
Maneeto, Grant's Indian Friend
Charles Kaley ...
Sam Gifford
Henchman Red
Dick Curtis ...
Henchman Odie
Ed Cassidy ...
Fake Deputy (as Edward Cassidy)
Rosa Caprino ...
Wotonna, Maneeto's Indian Friend
The Singing Buckaroos ...
Singing Cowhands (as The Seven Singing Buckaroos)
White King ...
Grant's Horse


Barbara Evans has $25,000 and Gifford is after it. When his henchman fail to get it he refuses to pay them. They then decide to double cross him and get the money for themselves. Gordon is trying to protect Barbara and he must not only take care of the two henchmen, but also Gifford and his phony Sheriff. Written by Maurice VanAuken <>

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Music | Western


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15 January 1937 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Il Canyon della morte  »

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1.37 : 1
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One for Victoria Vinton's legion of fans. Count me in!
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The last film and only sound movie directed by writer, Tom Gibson, who continued his writing career up to "Lost City of the Jungle" (1946). Singer and star, Fred Scott, is unlikely to win any converts with this entry. He plainly lacks both presence and charisma and has so little self-confidence that he allows the gloriously up-spoken, super-beautiful, pocket-sized blonde, Victoria Vinton, and most of the rest of the cast to walk all over him. In fact, the only person who doesn't put Scott in the shade and the only person, aside from Vinton of course, that we would have liked to be super-assertive, namely Howard Hill, is virtually a colorless nonentity. He doesn't assert himself at all. Bah! My main reason for buying this movie was to catch Howard Hill in action and I ran the movie right through and didn't even notice him! Normally, the director would have been a wake-up to the strategies employed by most of the players to take the audiences' attention away from Scott and concentrate it on themselves, but this was Gibson's only sound movie and he was feeling his way too. Available, coupled with another Fred Scott feature, "The Roaming Cowboy", on a very good Alpha DVD.

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