Rider Kelly Cobb travels to county rodeos to win money so he can buy a patch of land he wants to call his own. He rescues trick rider Jackie Adams from the clutches of an amorous sports writer after her saloon song, and they travel together. Jackie begins falling in love with Kelly, but he doesn't seem to notice as he continues to risk life and limb for his dream, occasionally being tempted by floozies. Jackie hopes to convince a man that was born reckless to change his roaming ways. Written by
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And Mamie rocks 'em with 7 red-hot reckless tunes! She's the wickedest event on the big-time big-thrill rodeo circuit! And Mamie rocks 'em with 7 red-hot reckless tunes! Watch those bronc-busters try to tame Mamie!
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Did You Know?
In December 1957, Director Howard W. Koch
ordered a trainer to deliver "one mean bull" to the set. A huge Brahma bull was delivered which promptly broke through a chain link fence and pushed in the side of Koch's brand new convertible which was parked nearby. See more
Jackie takes a drumstick and starts beating out a rhythm on the cymbal to start "Separate the Men from the Boys", then passes the drumstick to drummer as she proceeds to sing. Three hits on the cymbal are heard while they're passing the stick. See more
Featured in Alcatraz: Johnny McKee
Something to Dream About
Written by Larry Coleman Jr.
(as Larry Coleman) and Charles Singleton
Performed by Mamie Van Doren See more