Americas favorite crooner, Bing Crosby, lassoes up love and laughter as big as the great outdoors in Rhythm on the Range. Jeff Larabee (Crosby) is a champion rodeo rider heading back West after performing in New York. On the train ride home, he discovers a runaway heiress hiding out in his boxcar. It seems that the gorgeous Doris Halliday (Frances Farmer) is fed up with big city wolves and hankers for romance with a real-life cowboy! This charming comedy is filled with unforgettable songs including I'm an Old Cowhand and features a peek at the yet unknown Roy Rogers (seen strumming his guitar in the band) and the screen debut of Martha Raye.
Americas favorite crooner, Bing Crosby, lassoes up love and laughter as big as the great outdoors in Rhythm on the Range. Jeff Larabee (Crosby) is a champion rodeo rider heading back West after performing in New York. On the train ride home, he discovers a runaway heiress hiding out in his boxcar. It seems that the gorgeous Doris Halliday (Frances Farmer) is fed up with big city wolves and hankers for romance with a real-life cowboy! This charming comedy is filled with unforgettable songs including I'm an Old Cowhand and features a peek at the yet unknown Roy Rogers (seen strumming his guitar in the band) and the screen debut of Martha Raye.
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Americas favorite crooner, Bing Crosby, lassoes up love and laughter as big as the great outdoors in Rhythm on the Range. Jeff Larabee (Crosby) is a champion rodeo rider heading back West after performing in New York. On the train ride home, he discovers a runaway heiress hiding out in his boxcar. It seems that the gorgeous Doris Halliday (Frances Farmer) is fed up with big city wolves and hankers for romance with a real-life cowboy! This charming comedy is filled with unforgettable songs including I'm an Old Cowhand and features a peek at the yet unknown Roy Rogers (seen strumming his guitar in the band) and the screen debut of Martha Raye.