Sing, Cowboy, Sing

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Sing, Cowboy, Sing (East Germany, Romania, Czechoslovakia 1981 / Director: Dean Reed)

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  • Runtime: 89 min
  • Release Date: 12.6.1981

Also known as

A két rodeós (Hungary) | Preerian Elvis (Finland) | Zpívej, kovboji! (Czechoslovakia)

Cast and crew

Cast: Dean Reed (Joe), Václav Neckář (Beny), Kerstin Beyer (Susann), Violeta Andrei (Maria), Iurie Darie (Dave Arnold), Stefan Diestelmann (barkeeper), Helena Růžičková (Sheriff of Hidden Junction), Jiří Růžička (Deputy Sheriff of Hidden Junction), Siegfriedt Seibt (Sheriff of Rose City), Vlad Radescu (Sheriff of Leadville), Ion Dorutiu (Deputy Sheriff), Elke Gierth (Silvia), Gertraud Last (Pythonin), Chuan His Kao (Chinaman), Christian Sofron (Ned), Elena Sereda (Ned's mother), Mihai Mereuta (judge), Theresia Wider (Joana), Rose Becker (saloon girl), Peter Pauli (townsman), Paton Price (hotel clerk), Bodo Schmidt (telegrapher), Dean Price (boy with frog), Miron Murea (cowboy), Dan Dobre (cowboy)

  • Story: Dean Reed
  • Screenplay: Dean Reed
  • Cinematography: Hans Heinrich [Orwocolor]
  • Music: Karel Svoboda
  • Songs: "Heigh Cowboy", "Thunder & Lightning", "Susan" sung by Dean Reed
  • Producer: Gerrit List, Georgeta Vilcu Savescu


American singer Dean Reed wrote, directed, and starred in this story about Joe, a singing cowboy, who inexplicably does things like sleep with boa constrictors and wrestle pigs when he is not warbling songs for appreciative audiences. A popular Czech singer, Václav Neckář teams up with him as an able and melodious sidekick.


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