Sing, Cowboy, Sing

Sing, Cowboy, Sing is a 1937 American film directed by Robert N. Bradbury. It is one of Tex Ritter's singing cowboy film series for Grand National Films.

Sing, Cowboy, Sing
Directed byRobert N. Bradbury
Produced byEdward Finney (producer)
Written byRobert Emmett Tansey (screenplay)
StarringSee below
CinematographyGus Peterson
Edited byFrederick Bain
Distributed byGrand National Films
Release date
Running time
59 minutes
CountryUnited States


Drifters Tex and Duke happen to ride upon the massacre of a group hauling freight for the community by a gang hired by someone who wishes the lucrative business by himself so he can run the entire valley. Taking the only survivor, Madge daughter of the late owner of the freight hauling line to the nearest town, Tex and Duke take over the dangerous hauling business themselves for Madge.

The pair get jobs as entertainers in Judge Roy Dean's (according to a title card of the film, not based on Judge Roy Bean) combination saloon and courtroom to discover who is responsible for the massacre.



  • Tex Ritter with Al St. John - "Goodbye Old Paint, I'm a-Leavin' Cheyenne"
  • Tex Ritter - "Get A Horse and Saddle"
  • The Texas Tornadoes - "I'm A Natural Born Cowboy"
  • Tex Ritter with The Texas Tornadoes - "Sing, Cowboy, Sing"

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