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The Singing Sheriff (1944)

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Bob Crosby ...
Bob Richards
Fay McKenzie ...
Caroline
Fuzzy Knight ...
Fuzzy
Iris Adrian ...
Lefty
Samuel S. Hinds ...
Seth
Edward Norris ...
Vance
Andrew Tombes ...
Jonas
Joe Sawyer ...
Squint
Walter Sande ...
Butch
...
Ivory
Pat Starling ...
Showgirl
Louis Da Pron ...
Louis
Spade Cooley Band ...
Spade Cooley Band (as Spade Cooley's Band)
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IT TAKES A CROSBY TO TAME THE OLD WEST...By Song (original poster) See more »

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Comedy | Music | Western

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September 1944 (USA)  »

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O Falso Xerife  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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Written by Inez James & Sidney Miller
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Amiably daft spoof western
9 August 1998 | by (Leeds, England) – See all my reviews

Amiably daft B-feature with Bob Crosby as a singer going out west to act as the sheriff of a cowboy town where he unwillingly has a run-in with a gang of local desperadoes and succeeds in bringing them to justice. The "plot" is mainly an excuse for Bob to sing every now and then (which he does rather better than brother Bing)

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