|Plot||In this entry of Columbia's "Cavalcade of Broadway" shorts (production number 2653) in which Broadway columnist Earl Wilson conducted tours of The Big Apple, Wilson wanders on down to Greenwich Village and visits a nightspot known as "The Village Barn." This was when most of the music played there was called "hillbilly" in the days before Nashville went pretentious and dubbed it "Country-Western." Featured the night Mr. Wilson dropped by were Dick Thomas and His Santa Fe Rangers and Rosalie Allen, one of the best of the yodeling singers.... search for Cavalcade of Broadway: Village Barn on IMDb|
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