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Roll Along, Cowboy (1937)

Approved  |   |  Action, Music, Western  |  18 October 1937 (USA)
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Singing cowboy Randy shows up at Mrs. Blake's ranch. She is beset by bad guys, and Randy loves her daughter Janet.

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Complete credited cast:
Smith Ballew ...
Randy Porter
Cecilia Parker ...
Stanley Fields ...
Barry Barker
Ruth Robinson ...
Edwina Blake
Wally Albright ...
Danny Blake (as Wally Albright Jr.)
Frank Milan ...
Arthur Hathaway
Bill Elliott ...
Odie Fenton (as Gordon Elliott)
Budd Buster ...
Cowhand Shorty
Harry Bernard ...
Ranch Foreman Shep
Buster Fite ...
Singing Cowhand
Buster Fite and His Six Saddle Tramps ...
Singing Cowhands
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Morgan pays off Randy and Barry with a promissory note to be collected at the Blake ranch. They arrive to find Mrs. Blake sick and without any money, her back taxes due, her ranch hands departed, and her son in need of an operation. With Randy attracted to Janet and Barry hoping to help Danny, the two decide to stay. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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A happy-go-lucky cowboy, blazing his way through the cattle country...routing rustlers with his six-guns, winning romance with his songs! (original ad) See more »

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Action | Music | Western

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18 October 1937 (USA)  »

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Jugándose la vida  »

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(RCA Victor High Fidelity Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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[Danny is confined to a wheelchair]
Danny Blake: Oh, I can't walk.
Barry Barker: Oh, that's tough!
Danny Blake: Oh, no it's not. I bet I can beat you in a runnin' and I'll give you a head start.
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Version of The Dude Ranger (1934) See more »

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Stars Over the Desert
Written by Roy Ingraham, as Roy Ingram and Harry Tobias
Performed by Buster Fite and His Six Saddle Tramps
Sung by Smith Ballew
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Roll Along, Cowboy is passable filler
30 December 2014 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Because this was directed by Gus Meins and featured Wally Albright-former director of Our Gang and former leading character of the series-I decided to watch this on Internet Archive in the chronological order parallel to the series' films since I'm now at 1937. This musical western stars a now-forgotten singer named Smith Ballew. He's okay doing the warbling but it's easy to see why he didn't stay long in the movies: He wasn't much of a heroic figure. Stanley Fields-who I just watched again as the sheriff in Laurel & Hardy's Way Out West-fares better as his sidekick and has some nice scenes with Albright whether singing with him or just talking with him. Wally's character can't walk so that ups the sympathy factor for him. Anyway, this was a nice filler for the double feature bill and at under an hour, just enough time for the story and music. So on that note, Roll Along, Cowboy is worth a look.


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