Tex Ritter Roundup, The
Woodward "Tex" Ritter may be best-remembered for singing the title song in the classic 1952 Western, High Noon, but he had a long and successful career as one of Hollywood's most-popular singing cowboys during the Thirties and Forties.
Here, on 5 DVDs, are 15 Tex Ritter classics, from his very first film in 1936 through some of his best-loved singing Westerns of the mid-1940s. Many favorite character actors appear throughout - even a very young Rita Hayworth!
As a bonus, there are rare TV commercials starring some of the greatest Western stars ever, including John Wayne, Roy Rogers, and even Gary Cooper! Plus rare, early interviews with Tex's son, the popular John Ritter. No fan of Western films - or music - should be without this impressive set.
Song Of The Gringo (1936)
Tex Rides With The Boy Scouts (1937)
Trouble In Texas (1937)
Hittin' The Rail (1937)
Sing, Cowboy, Sing (1937)
Riders Of The Rockies (1937)
The Mystery Of The Hooded Horseman (1937)
Rollin' Plains (1938)
The Man From Texas (1939)
Riders Of The Frontier (1939)
Westbound Stage (1939)
Roll, Wagons, Roll (1940)
Ridin' The Cherokee Trail (1941)
The Whispering Skull (1944)
Enemy Of The Law (1945)
Bonus: Cowboy Commercials, John Ritter Interviews.