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Strawberry Roan is a 1945 British drama film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring William Hartnell and Carol Raye. The screenplay was developed from the then-popular 1932 novel of the same name by Wiltshire author A. G. Street. Farmer Chris Lowe (Hartnell) meets and falls in love with Molly (Raye), a chorus-girl. Despite the fact that she is a city girl through and through, she accepts his proposal of marriage and after the wedding goes to live on the farm
The song 'The Strawberry Roan' by Marty Robbins has a tempo of 167 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs'. I was hangin' 'round town, just spendin' my time Out of a job, not earnin' a dime A feller steps up and he said, "I suppose You're a bronc fighter from looks of your clothes.
The Strawberry Roan was released in the year 1948, some songs of the official soundtrack are Can't Shake the Sands of Texas From My Shoes by Gene Autry, Texas Sandman by Gene Autry, The Angel Song (When the Angels turn the lights on in Heaven) by Gene Autry, The Strawberry Roan by Gene Autry.
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The Strawberry Roan" is a classic American cowboy song, written by California cowboy Curley Fletcher (1892–1954), and first published in 1915, as a poem called The Outlaw Broncho. By the early 1930s, the song had become famous; in 1931 it was sung by a cowboy in the Broadway play Green Grow the Lilacs. The song tells the story of a bragging horse breaker who meets his match in a picturesque strawberry roan. When he agrees with its owner to break the horse, he says "I'm your man, a bronc never lived that I couldn't fa. After a wild ride in which he is thrown to the ground, he says "I'll bet all my money, the man ain't alive that can stay with Old Strawberry when he makes his high dive.
The Strawberry Roan is a 1948 American Western film directed by John English and starring Gene Autry, Gloria Henry, and Jack Holt. Based on a story by Julian Zimet, the film is about a singing cowboy who prevents the shooting of a horse that bucked a young boy off, paralyzing him. The cowboy trains the horse hoping to return it to the boy and help him overcome his disability.
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|A||–Cartwright Brothers||Over The Waves|
|B||–Bob Ferguson||The Strawberry Roan
Written-By – Howard*, Vincent*
- Record Company – Columbia Phonograph Company, Inc.
- Fiddle [Uncredited] – Bernard Cartwright (tracks: A)
- Guitar [Uncredited] – Barney Burnett (tracks: B), Jack Cartwright (tracks: A)
- Vocals [Uncredited], Piano [Uncredited] – Bob Miller (tracks: B)
NotesSide A recorded 6 December 1928 in Dallas, TX.
Side B recorded 20 May 1931 in New York, NY.
Credits and matrix numbers from Tony Russell's "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): Ⓦ147581 2-A-3
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): Ⓦ151557 1-A-2
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 147581
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 151557
Title: Over The Waves / The Strawberry Roan
Category: Country, Folk
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