While the audience watches a black and white horse opera, a narrator's voice wonders what such a movie would be like today. Rex O'Herlihan, The Singing Cowboy, finds himself in color and enters a cliché-ridden town, in which the evil cattle baron (Andy Griffith) and the new Italian cowboys (who always wear raincoats no matter how hot it gets) join forces to get him and the sheep ranchers to leave the valley. Written by
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Rex O'Herlihan. The great big western hero. To a lawless land he brought truth, justice, some fancy riding and wonderful outfits.
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Did You Know?
The name of Rex O'Herlihan's dancing white 'wonderhorse' was "Wildfire". See more
When the train is stopped, and Rex shoots back at the three men with the rifles, you can see the string that pulls off Jim's hat in the background.
You can also see the person behind him pulling it off. See more
This is 1884. You've gotta date and date and date and date and sometimes marry 'em even before... you know...
Now, wait a minute. Are you tellin' me you've never...?
My god, Rex. You ARE a good guy.
Lasso The Moon
Written by Steve Dorff
and Milton Brown
Produced by Jim Norman
(as Jim Ed Norman) and Steve Dorff
Performed by Gary Morris See more