Sing, Cowboy, Sing


Tex Archer (Tex Ritter) and Duke Evans (Al St. John) protect the female freight line operator Madge Summers (Louise Stanley) from being put out of business by the murderous villains Kalmus (Karl Hackett) who murdered her father (Jack C. Smith) in an attempt to gain control the price of goods and the means of supply.

Sing, Cowboy, Sing is a 1937 American film directed by Robert N. Bradbury.


  • Tex Ritter as Tex Archer
  • White Flash as Tex Archer's horse
  • Louise Stanley as Madge Summers
  • Al St. John as Duke Evans
  • Charles King (actor) as Henchman Red Holman
  • Karl Hackett as Kalmus
  • Robert McKenzie (actor) as Judge Roy Dean
  • Horace Murphy as Marshal Tinker
  • 'Snub' Pollard as Man fined $28
  • Hank Worden as Henchman
  • Chick Hannon as Henchman Joe
  • Milburn Morante as Zeke
  • Oscar Gahan as Townsman
  • The Texas Tornadoes as Saloon musicians


  • 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"

Category:1937 films
Category:American films
Category:English-language films
Category:Black-and-white films
Category:1930s Western (genre) films
Category:Grand National Films films
Category:American Western (genre) films

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