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CUCKOORANCHO

Joe is a wanderer who gets mistaken for an American millionaire by the impoverished owner of a hacienda.

Filmed in New York.



Ned McGurn's Tapsters were 28 dancers who were then appearing on Broadway in the Richard Rodgers & Lorenz Hart, and George S. Kaufman & Moss Hart, musical satire I'D RATHER BE RIGHT (1937 - 1938) at the Alvin Theatre, starring George M. Cohan as 'President Roosevelt.'

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Featuring
Joe Besser (Solo)
Release Date
March 25, 1938
Studio
Columbia
Production Type
Short Subject
Duration
16.5 min.

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Working Title(s):   RANCHO BANGO
Shooting Days:   5 days   From: 1938-01-27   To: 1938-02-01

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