Leo Robin

EASY LIVING THEATRE

SONGS THE WORKS CO-WRITERS
"Bury Me under the Willow" The Rose of the Rancho Ralph Rainger (M)
"Carriage Duet" The Rose of the Rancho Brodszky, N. (M)
"Don Carlos Is Riding Tonight" The Rose of the Rancho Ralph Rainger (M)
"Don't Tell a Secret to a Rose" The Rose of the Rancho Ralph Rainger (M)
"Got a Gal in Californ-i-a" The Rose of the Rancho Ralph Rainger (M)
"He Met Her on the Prairie" The Rose of the Rancho Ralph Rainger (M)
"If I Should Lose You" The Rose of the Rancho Ralph Rainger (M)
"Little Rose of the Rancho" The Rose of the Rancho Ralph Rainger (M)
"My True Lover" The Rose of the Rancho Ralph Rainger (M)
"Soliloquy" The Rose of the Rancho Ralph Rainger (M)
"Sombrero Dance" The Rose of the Rancho Ralph Rainger (M)
"Sombrero Dance No. 2" The Rose of the Rancho Ralph Rainger (M)
"There's Gold in Monterey" The Rose of the Rancho Ralph Rainger (M)
"Thunder over Paradise" The Rose of the Rancho Ralph Rainger (M)
"Tonight We Ride" The Rose of the Rancho Ralph Rainger (M)
"Vigilante Song" The Rose of the Rancho Ralph Rainger (M)
"Where Is My Love" The Rose of the Rancho Ralph Rainger (M)


Freddy Martin Orchestra performs "Thunder over Paradise"
Jimmy Wakely Trio playing on guitar and singing "Little Rose of the Rancho" in Trail To Mexico
Scene where dialect comedian Willie Howard, the skinny member of vaudeville's Eugene and Howard, played a Jewish-accented cowboy in Tyrone Shapiro singing "I Got a Girl in Cal-i-for-ni-ay" in the 1935 version of David Belasco's ancient operetta Rose of the Rancho (1936)





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