Ride 'Em Cowboy

Synopsis: Two peanut vendors at a rodeo show get in trouble with their boss and hide out on a railroad train heading west. They get jobs as cowboys on a dude ranch, despite the fact that neither of them knows anything about cowboys, horses, or anything else.
Director(s): Arthur Lubin
Production: Universal
  1 nomination.
 
IMDB:
7.1
Year:
1942
82 min
11 Views


get the coin when it drops south.

Okay.

Go ahead, go ahead.

You don't

have to stand up.

I'm going downstairs.

Ooh!

Hey,

did you get it?

I missed it by a foot. It

went down her shoe. What?

I beg your pardon. Are

you comfortable? Yes, I am.

If you want to make yourself feel

at home, you can take your shoes off.

Listen, if you don't

hotfoot it away from here,

I'll call an officer.

- Hey, hotfoot.

- Hotfoot?

Hey, I told you to peddle

those peanuts. Now get goin'!

I said get goin'!

Okay, boss.

I hope those vendors

weren't annoying you.

They are

persistent salesmen.

They may be persistent,

but they're not salesmen.

Look out for the manager. I'd

like to give him a hotfoot too.

Those fellows

burn me up.

Ooowww!

Did you get it?

Ooo-ooo.

Hiya, partner.

There he goes.

He just went...

Don't push.

I'm not pushing.

Don't talk so loud. We don't want

to go out till we know we're clear.

Don't push. Get over! I'm not pushing.

Will you get over?

Get over yourself.

Hey, Duke. Quiet. What?

Where did you pick up the

fur coat? What fur coat?

Oh, it's a pretty... It's a pretty... Ohhh!

Another five minutes of you signing

autographs, I'd have had a nervous breakdown.

No, Miss Anne.!

Miss Anne.

Are you all right? I'm all right.

Nice piece of bulldoggin',

miss. Get him out.

Are you hurt,

Miss Anne?

I'm okay, Joe.

Okay.

You sure you're not hurt?

It's just my leg, Ruby.

Mean ol' bull.

I'm terribly sorry.

So you're Bronco Bob,

the pride of the West.

You certainly looked it. Any real

rider could have sat his horse...

and bulldogged

that steer himself.

Get out of here

before somebody comes.

This young lady may be hurt.

You want to lose that contract?

Tell him to get out of here. If

this gets out, he'll be ruined.

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