Song of Texas (June 14, 1943)
Released on June 14, 1943: (running time 50 minutes) A man running a travelling rodeo seeks revenge when Roy Rogers leaves the rodeo to run a ranch.
Produced by Harry Grey
Directed by Joseph Kane
Written by Winston Miller
The Actors: Roy Rogers (Roy Rogers), Sheila Ryan (Sue Bennett), Barton MacLane (Jim Calvert), Harry Shannon (Sam Bennett), Pat Brady (Pat, bass player for Sons of the Pioneers), Arline Judge (Hildegarde Gray), William Haade (Fred Calvert), Eve March (Miss Murray), Hal Taliaferro (henchman), Alex Nehara Dancers (fiesta dancers), Bob Nolan (Bob, leader of The Sons of the Pioneers), Sons of the Pioneers (country western band), Hank Bell (replaced driver), Bud Brown (heavy), Fred Burns (race official), Peter Caldwell (Johnny), Yakima Canutt (rodeo performer), Dickie Dillon (young boy), Maxine Doyle (cowgirl), Yvette Duguay (Rosetta), Hugh Farr (fiddle player for Sons of the Pioneers), Karl Farr (guitar player, Sons of the Pioneers), George Fiske (heavy), Kelly Flint (Ms. Jones), Sam Hayes (announcer), Eddie Juaregui (heavy), Tom London (race official), Carmen Lopez (specialty dancer), Enrique Valadez (specialty dancer), Harry McKim (Sammy), Horace Murphy (notary public), Alex Nehara (lead fiesta dancer), Fox O'Callahan (heavy), Jack O'Shea (Bill), Post Park (stagecoach driver), Cliff Parkinson (heavy), Lloyd Perryman (guitar player, Sons of the Pioneers), Tim Spencer (Tim, member of Sons of the Pioneers), Forrest Taylor (race official), Ted Wells (heavy)
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Chuck Wagon Death
Katherine Elizabeth McLaughlin was born in Topeka, Kansas in 1921, and in 1939, at the age of eighteen, she went to Hollywood. Her five-foot-two-inch, 107-pound body had all the curves in all the right places, and she was soon appearing in movies. She was billed as ‘Bettie McLaughlin’ in her first movies, but soon changed her screen name to Sheila Ryan.
Sheila Ryan continued to act in movies and then television, but never became a leading lady of note. In 1947, a few years after this movie, she opened a successful dress store catering to the wealthy women of Los Angeles. Although she never attained star status, Sheila Ryan continued to act in movies and television until 1958, with more than sixty credits in movies and television.
In this adventure, she is the daughter of a rodeo hero who has fallen on bad times, but she still believes that her father is wealthy and riding on top of the world. When she sends her father a telegram saying that she will be visiting him soon, Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers let him pretend that he is the owner of their ranch while she is in town. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Arline Judge, Sheila Ryan and Roy Rogers
Arline Judge and Sheila Ryan
Arline Judge and Sheila Ryan
Barton MacLane and Hal Taliaferro
Barton MacLane and Roy Rogers
Barton MacLane and William Haade
Pat Brady, Arline Judge and Harry Shannon
Pat Brady and Roy Rogers
Roy Rogers and Bob Nolan
Roy Rogers and Harry Shannon
Roy Rogers and Trigger
Roy Rogers and Yakima Canutt
Roy Rogers and Sheila Ryan
Sheial Ryan and Arline Judge
Sheila Ryan and Roy Rogers