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Ride 'Em Cowboy(1942)

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  • Good clean fun and great Music

    • Luke Thompson
    • 8/27/12

    With their usual combination of clean, healthy slapstick fun and great music Abbott & Costello always rate a look. In this pic the combination of Dick Foran and The Merry Macs again make one wish for the good old days before the filth and utter garbage that spews forth 24/7 from today's television. It's a pity that Dick Foran never recorded "I'll Remember April" His soundtrack version is memorable. All these artists along with the Andrews Sisters make the A&C series one that every parent show show his/her child!

  • Out West with Abbott and Costello

    • David Slocum
    • 7/22/10

    Ride em Cowboy is a pure delight from beginning to end. Abbott and Costello move along at a very fast funny pace as two men who find themselves at a dude ranch. The boys help out a cowboy star (Dick Foran) who really knows nothing about being a cowboy. Great music and comedy. Never a dull moment.

  • A Comical Western Frollic.

    • Frank Harris Horn
    • 7/16/10

    Abbott and Costello head West to star in their comedy-western farce as two rodeo show peanut pushers, who end up boarding a train heading west to a dude ranch in Arizona, and get mixed up with gunslingers and Indians. Featuring songs like "Give Me My Saddle", "I'll Remember April", and "A Tisket a Tasket" sung by the legendary Ella Fitzgerald. The movie was shot in 1941, but was not released theatrically until February, '42. With Dick Foran, Anne Gwynne, Johnny Mack Brown, Samuel S. Hinds, Richard Lane, Mary Lou Cook, Douglass Dumbrille, Morris Ankrum, Charles Lane, Jody Gilbert & the Merry Macs (Joe, Judd & Ted McMichael). Abbott & Costello were already the country's top box office comedy duo by the time the U.S. entered World War II.

  • Great Movie, a must for all

    • Mary Lou
    • 3/18/07

    This charming Abbott and Costello movie is a must for all fans of western living. A DELIGHTFUL blend of old "Shoot 'em up cowboy movies with a modern twist. Dick Foran and Anne Gwynne have an on screen chemistry that makes the movie like few others with music and fun. The musical numbers throughout the film are wonderful with Ella Fitzgerald and Dick Foran singing a beautiful and haunting rendition of "I'll Remember April"

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