|Genres||Comedy Musical Sport Western|
|Writers||Earl Baldwin (screenplay)
Louis Pelletier (play "Howdy Stranger") (as Louis Pelletier Jr.)
Robert Sloane (play "Howdy Stranger")
|Cast||Dick Powell Pat O'Brien Priscilla Lane Dick Foran Ann Sheridan Johnnie Davis Ronald Reagan Emma Dunn Granville Bates James Stephenson Hobart Cavanaugh Elisabeth Risdon Dennie Moore Rosella Towne May Boley Harry Barris Candy Candido Donald Briggs Jeffrey Lynn John Ridgely|
|Plot||Brooklyn crooner Elly Jordan and his bandmates end up broke at a Wyoming dude ranch run by Jane Hardy. Singing for his supper there, Elly is heard by Broadway booker Roy Chadwick, who mistakes him for a genuine cowboy and decides to make him a star. The fact that Elly is terrified of animals (including horses) and doesn't know the first thing about the West makes his big break tough to pull off.... see Cowboy from Brooklyn on IMDb|
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|Wyoming Steve Gibson has wavy hair, a pleasant tenor and a really neat cowboy outfit. He's sure to hit it big as Hollywood's next Singing Cowboy, as long as nobody figures out Wyoming Steve is really an East Coast city slicker who's scared silly by animals (even gophers). Backed by a stable of '30s screen favorites - Pat O'Brien, Priscilla Lane, Ann Sheridan and up-and-comer Ronald Reagan - Dick Powell saddles up for comedy and song as the Cowboy from Brooklyn. The faux buckaroo manages to pull off the ruse until he's challenged to ride in a Madison Square Garden rodeo. On a horse! What's a terrified tenderfoot to do? Full of sprightly songs by lyricist Johnny Mercer and melodists Richard Whiting and Harry Warren, this playful spoof was remade in 1948 as Two Guys from Texas, starring Dennis Morgan and Jack Carson.|
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