Song of Texas

Song of Texas

Director: Joseph Kane

Cast: Joseph Kane, Sheila Ryan, Barton MacLane, Harry Shannon

     
 

Roy Rogers heads the cast of Song of Texas as a rodeo star named Roy Rogers. Quitting the rodeo operated by larcenous Jim Calvert (Barton MacLane), Roy goes into the ranching business. As a favor to his old pal, washed-up bronco buster Sam Bennett (Harry Shannon), Roy convinces Bennett's daughter Sue (Sheila Ryan) that Sam is in fact the owner of Roy's ranch.See more details below

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Roy Rogers heads the cast of Song of Texas as a rodeo star named Roy Rogers. Quitting the rodeo operated by larcenous Jim Calvert (Barton MacLane), Roy goes into the ranching business. As a favor to his old pal, washed-up bronco buster Sam Bennett (Harry Shannon), Roy convinces Bennett's daughter Sue (Sheila Ryan) that Sam is in fact the owner of Roy's ranch. This harmless subterfuge is thwarted by the evil machinations of Calvert, but Rogers and his confreres eventually save the day. No fewer than eight songs are heard in Song of Texas, including such favorites as "Mexicali Rose" and "Moonlight and Roses."

Product Details

Release Date:
01/13/2008
UPC:
0690978121144
Original Release:
1943
Source:
Unforgettable

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sheila Ryan Sue Bennett
Barton MacLane Jim Calvert
Harry Shannon Sam Bennett
Arline Judge Hildegarde
William Haade Fred Calvert
Eve March Miss Murray
Hal Taliaferro Pete
Yakima Canutt Actor
Tom London Actor
Bob Nolan Actor
Roy Rogers Roy
Sons of the Pioneers Actor
Forrest Taylor Actor
Trigger the Horse Actor
Wally Wales Actor
Pat Brady Actor
Jack O'Shea Actor
Hank Bell Actor

Technical Credits
Joseph Kane Director
Harry Grey Producer
Russell Kimball Art Director
Reggie Lanning Cinematographer
Tony Martinelli Editor
Winston Miller Screenwriter
Morton Scott Musical Direction/Supervision

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