Various - Westward Ho The Wagons FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Folk and World music
Title: Westward Ho The Wagons
FLAC version ZIP size: 1663 mb
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WMA version ZIP size: 1281 mb
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Album · 1956 · 12 Songs. Westward Ho the Wagons! Studio Chorus & Camarata Orchestra.
Westward Ho may refer to: Westward Ho (play), a 1604 play by John Webster and Thomas Dekker. Westward Ho!, an 1832 novel by James Kirke Paulding. Westward Ho! (novel), an 1855 British historical novel by Charles Kingsley. Westward Ho! (1919 film), a silent film based on the novel of the same name. Westward Ho (1935 film), starring John Wayne. Westward Ho! (1940 film), a British public information film. Westward Ho (1942 film), one in a series of western films known as The Three Mesquiteers.
Various – Westward Ho The Wagons. Label: Smart Records (6) – EPS 1013. Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, EP, Compilation. Westward Ho The Wagons. Rights Society: BIEM.
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Westward Ho, The Wagons! Artist: George Bruns Composer: Tom Blackburn, George Bruns. Solo instrument (Tenor Saxophone). Westward Ho, The Wagons! Artist: George Bruns Composer: George Bruns, Tom Blackburn. Solo instrument (Viola). Westward Ho, The Wagons! Artist: George Bruns Composer: Tom Blackburn, George Bruns. Solo instrument (Flute). The Ballad Of Davy Crockett. Artist: Bill Hayes, Fess Parker, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Various Composer: George Bruns, Tom Blackburn.
Westward Ho the Wagons! is a 1956 American live-action Disney western film, aimed at family audiences. Based on Mary Jane Carr's novel Children of the Covered Wagon, the film was produced by Bill Walsh, directed by William Beaudine, and released to theatres on December 20, 1956 by Buena Vista Distribution Company. Fess Parker starred in the film, which also featured the final big-screen appearance of George Reeves. It was released on videotape in 1986 then March 18, 1997 . Westward Ho the Wagons! - lyrics by Tom Blackburn and music by George Bruns. The Ballad of John Colter - lyrics by Tom Blackburn and music by George Bruns. Wringle Wrangle - written by Stan Jones.
Westward Ho the Wagons!. Westward Ho, The Wagons! is a 1956 live-action Disney western film, aimed at family audiences. It was released on videotape March 18, 1997. The film was shot in Janss Conejo Ranch, California.
Yet, the hope of the "promised land" keeps American families westward bound despite overwhelming odds. A calm, clear-thinking pioneer attempts to lead a wagon train through territory occupied by Pawnees and Sioux. Along the way, the hardy settlers face horse thieves, kidnappers, and unpredictable Indian attacks in their push to establish a new life in the rugged West. The pioneering trail to Oregon was littered with constant danger. Yet, the hope of the "promised land" keeps American families westward bound despite overwhelming odds.
|A1||–The Chas McDevitt Skiffle Group||The Cotton Song|
|A2||–Johnny Green||Rocking Horse Cowboy|
|B1||–Larry Cross||Wringle Wrangle|
|B2||–Larry Cross||Westward Ho The Wagons|
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- Rights Society: BIEM