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Cliff Edwards and His Buckaroos (1941)

Cliff Edwards and his singing cowboys spruce up themselves and their shabby Twin Horn dude ranch in hopes of ensnaring a pretty heiress from among the new group of guests.

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Cliff - Ranch Hand
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Cliff Edwards and his musical cowhands run a dude ranch that isn't doing too well. When they hear a few easterners are coming out, they spruce up everything to make a good impression. When a pretty girl arrives, Cliff and his boys serenade her, and Cliff thinks he has finally met an heiress. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Western | Short | Music

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8 March 1941 (USA)  »

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Melody Masters (1940-1941 season) #6: Cliff Edwards and His Buckaroos  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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My Little Buckaroo
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Music by M.K. Jerome
Lyrics by Jack Scholl
Sung by Cliff Edwards and his band
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10 minute musical short with a western flavor
1 October 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a 10 minute short featuring Cliff Edwards, a great bunch of cowboy singers, and his band. I won't bother with the story but concentrate on the singing. I worked for the Disney company the last 8 years so Cliff doing the voice of Jiminy Cricket and singing what is virtually the company's national anthem is very familiar to me. I find most of his crooning with the ukulele very tiring and boring but in this movie short he actually sings out for a change and not so much falsetto. The cowboy singers are very good with decent choral arrangements framing Cliff's voice very nicely. Cliff's face looks very shiny and sweaty. One wonders since he was always battling drugs and alcohol but his voice is spot on. Enjoy the 40's Hollywood idea of cowboys; I grew up with it so had no problems accepting cowboys dressed in silks and furry chaps in the movies although as a Montana native I knew REAL cowboys didn't dress like that. I like the singing style in this short having been myself a singer for 40+ years and a big fan of the music of the 20s-40s. A real treat to hear Cliff doing some real singing, not crooning.


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