Hosted by the ever popular, Bob Hope. By request, the show is to have a Western theme as Bob “I’m and old Cowhand” Hope adlibs his way to the stage.
Not wasting much time, the Andrews Sisters take over and sing, Pistol Packing Mama. Bob calls on Cottonseed Clark to swap a few Western flavored one liners.
Roy Rogers and the Riders of the Purple Sage sing, Out On the Open Range. The King of the Cowboys, Roy Rogers is joined once again by the Riders of the Purple Sage to sing a fast paced yodeling, Rhythm of the Range.
Bob and Cottonseed keep up the country coloquialisms to introduce carol Landis. She cuts up with the guys before she and Bob sings, I’m an Old Cowhand.
Bob calls out Frank Sinatra for some cowboy fun. Frank sings, San Antonio Rose. A drama of the Old West is presented. Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, and Roy Rogers join forces with Carol Landis. The story is only incidental to move the jokes along. The guys all visit the salloon to use their manly manliness to charm the salloon girl, Carol. The spoof is full of all sorts of Western cliches, gambling, guns, and the like.
There’s still time, so the Andrews Sisters are back to dip into the mailbag before singing, Down in the Valley. Bob is joined by Carol Landis as they share the parting word, and shoot out all the lights.