Song Of The Buckaroo

  • 1939
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Western

One of Ritter's best films while under contract to Monogram Films. Cowboy Ritter, when not singing, is campaigning for mayor. But first, he must rout out a group of outlaws who want to steer the election their way. Falkenberg, a model, plays his love interest as Ritter cleans up the town for its folks. The main drawback is that songs are tossed in at random...read more

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One of Ritter's best films while under contract to Monogram Films. Cowboy Ritter, when not singing, is campaigning for mayor. But first, he must rout out a group of outlaws who want to steer the election their way. Falkenberg, a model, plays his love interest as Ritter cleans up the town

for its folks. The main drawback is that songs are tossed in at random for no real reason and interrupt the flow. Musical numbers include: "Little Tenderfoot" (Johnny Lange, Fred Stryker, sung by Tex Ritter), "I Promise You" (Ritter, Frank Harford, sung by Ritter), "Texas Dan" (Carson Robison,

sung by Ritter), "Buckaroo" (performed by Mary Ruth).

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