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Here's the true, unvarnished tale of how old PECOS BILL became the greatest cowboy of them all.
The folks at Rabbit Ears have brought us this boisterous version of the seminal American legend from the Wild West. Its high spirits and sense of good natured fun are practically infectious. This Tale Tale is sure to tickle the funny bone of any ornery polecat willing to sit through half an hour of homespun hilarity.
Robin Williams' Texas cowpoke drawl narration is the perfect partner to Ry Cooder's tuneful Western guitar and Tim Raglin's colorful drawings, all adding up to a whole chili pot full of fun.
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