Country singing star Jimmie Rodgers sings three songs in this short: "Waiting for a Train", "Daddy and Home", and "T for Texas", all his own compositions.
Did You Know?
There were two versions of the film released, slightly different from each other - and both are in circulation. The 1929 release credits Jasper Ewing Brady as director, the 1930 version seen on the DVD credits Basil Smith. They're not the same man. The story behind that credit switch needs to be uncovered. See more
Jimmie Rogers is supposed to be a railroad brakeman, wearing his work shirt, overalls, a bandanna, and a railroad hat. But when he crosses his leg, he is clearly wearing dress shoes and silk socks. See more
Daddy and Home
Written and Performed by Jimmie Rodgers See more