Dance hall owner Dick Lane, in desperate need of "name" attractions, is helped by country music legends who agree to star in a TV special at his emporium. Appearances by Spade Cooley Jr., the Sons of the Pioneers (including Ken Curtis and Shug Fisher), outstanding vaudeville specialties and guest stars Roddy McDowall, Jimmy Ellison, Russell Hayden, etc., are the real draw.
Spade Cooley Himself Richard Lane Colonel Hal Derwin Hal, Cooley Band Singer Barbara Woodell Mama Berne Sid Melton Agent Roddy McDowell Adele Jergens Jimmy Ellison Russell Hayden Sons of the Pioneers Tom Neal Robert Lowery Wally Vernon Michael Whalen Lansberg Lyle Talbot Contractor Bobby Hyatt Contractor James Millican Papa Berne Ginny Jackson Ginny, Cooley Band Singer Bob "Tex" Cromer Cooley Band Singer Billy Wright Fiddle Player Lon Doty Fiddle and Tenor Sax Les "Carrot-Top" Anderson Steel Guitar and Singer Jimmy Wyble Guitar Freddie Haynes Piano Player Stan Pouls Bass "Muddy" Beery Drums Gus Erhman Saxophone Bob Reidel Saxophone Woody Ruth Saxophone Joe Cifelli Trumpet Freddie Thompson Trumpet Ken Curtis Tommy Doss Lloyd Perryman George "Shug" Fisher Hugh Farr Sons of the Pioneers band member Karl Farr Sons of the Pioneers band member Chuy Reyes and His Orchestra Flying Taylors The Medians
Media Feature Film Genre Comedy/Musical Year 1950 Country USA Length 66 minutes Color BW Ratio 1.37:1 Production
Studio Nunes Cooley Productions Orig. Distributor Lippert Pictures Director Will Jason Producer Robert Nunes Screenplay Dorothy Raison