Song of the Gringo (1936)

Song of the Gringo


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Written by John P. McCarthy (who also directed), Robert Emmett Tansey, and, rather incongruously, former real-life outlaw Al Jennings, this musical Western marked the screen debut of Tex Ritter, a former Broadway and radio crooner. Ritter played Tex (of course), a lawman going undercover as a bandit in order to infiltrate a gang of claim jumpers. As it turns out, the leader of the gang, Evans (Ted Adams), is using the ranch of Don Esteban del Valle (Martin Garralaga) and his daughter, Dolores … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western, Action & Adventure, Classics
Directed By: ,
Written By: John P. McCarthy, Robert Emmett Tansey, Al Jennings, J.P. McCarthy
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On DVD: Jul 26, 2005


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Singing cowboy radio star Tex Ritter makes his movie debut.

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