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1 00:00:08,800 --> 00:00:10,168 [knock on door]

2 00:00:11,133 --> 00:00:13,034 Roy Rogers and Dale Evans,

3 00:00:13,099 --> 00:00:15,335 1 5 seconds to curtain, Roy and Dale.

4 00:00:15,400 --> 00:00:17,001 Thank you, Scooter.

5 00:00:17,066 --> 00:00:19,868 Scooter, what's this target doing here?

6 00:00:19,933 --> 00:00:23,636 Oh, well, we thought you'd feel more at home on the range.

7 00:00:24,566 --> 00:00:26,234 [missile approaching]

8 00:00:37,166 --> 00:00:38,267 lt's rhe Muppet Show

9 00:00:38,333 --> 00:00:43,171 with our vey special guest stars, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. Yeah!

10 00:00:48,033 --> 00:00:52,170 [# Muppet Show theme]

11 00:00:56,733 --> 00:00:58,601

  1. It's time to play the music

12 00:00:58,666 --> 00:01:00,467

  1. It's time to light the light

13 00:01:00,533 --> 00:01:04,637

  1. It's time to meet the Muppets

on The Muppet Show tonight

14 00:01:04,700 --> 00:01:06,868

  1. It's time to put on makeup

15 00:01:06,933 --> 00:01:08,834

  1. It's time to dress up right

16 00:01:08,900 --> 00:01:10,801

  1. It's time to get things started

17 00:01:10,866 --> 00:01:12,834

  1. Why don't you get things started

18 00:01:13,700 --> 00:01:16,402 - Are these seats taken? - No! Take 'em!

19 00:01:17,333 --> 00:01:19,234

  1. It's time to get things started

20 00:01:19,299 --> 00:01:23,704

  1. On the most sensational, inspirational

Celebrational, Muppetational

21 00:01:23,766 --> 00:01:29,505

  1. This is what we call

The Muppet Show #

22 00:01:30,633 --> 00:01:32,401 [horse whinnies]

23 00:01:37,766 --> 00:01:39,767 Yahoo and howdy.

24 00:01:39,833 --> 00:01:42,468 And welcome to the Muppet cowboy show,

25 00:01:42,533 --> 00:01:45,535 with tonight's stars, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans.

26 00:01:45,599 --> 00:01:48,636 lt's not only my hat that's a tribute to the wild wooly west.

27 00:01:48,700 --> 00:01:50,468 There's also my wild wooly vest.

28 00:01:52,333 --> 00:01:55,002 - Those your jokes? - Yes, sir.

29 00:01:55,066 --> 00:01:58,402 Well, get 'em off my land before you scare the horses.

30 00:01:59,366 --> 00:02:02,202 Yes, sir. We're just about to do the opening number.

31 00:02:02,266 --> 00:02:04,668 Ladies and gentlemen, the opening number.

32 00:02:22,066 --> 00:02:25,068

  1. Blue sky smiling at me

33 00:02:26,199 --> 00:02:29,603

  1. Wothin' but blue skies do l see

34 00:02:31,800 --> 00:02:34,836 - # Bluebirds - # Singing a song

35 00:02:36,099 --> 00:02:39,803 - # Wothin' but bluebirds - # All day long

36 00:02:41,500 --> 00:02:44,069 - # Wever saw the sun - # Shinin' so bright

37 00:02:44,133 --> 00:02:46,702 - # Wever saw things - # Going so right

38 00:02:46,766 --> 00:02:49,135

  1. Woticing the days hurying by

39 00:02:49,199 --> 00:02:51,468

  1. When you're in love,

my, how they fly

40 00:02:51,533 --> 00:02:53,534 - # Blue - # Days

41 00:02:53,599 --> 00:02:54,867 - # All of them - # Gone

42 00:02:54,933 --> 00:02:56,000 - # Gone - # Gone

43 00:02:56,066 --> 00:02:57,200 - # Nothing but - # Blue

44 00:02:57,266 --> 00:02:58,767 - # Skies - # from

45 00:02:58,833 --> 00:03:00,067 - # Now - # On

46 00:03:01,633 --> 00:03:04,569 [scatting to tune]

47 00:03:30,866 --> 00:03:32,734

  1. Blue days

48 00:03:32,800 --> 00:03:34,468

  1. All of them gone

49 00:03:35,400 --> 00:03:39,270

  1. Wothin' but blue skies

from now on

50 00:03:39,333 --> 00:03:43,403

  1. And on and on and blue skies

51 00:03:43,466 --> 00:03:45,768

  1. from now

52 00:03:45,833 --> 00:03:47,868 [scatting]

53 00:03:55,933 --> 00:03:58,902 How'd you like that song by those prairie dogs?

54 00:03:58,966 --> 00:04:00,767 There's a number l could go-fer.

55 00:04:00,833 --> 00:04:02,834 - [laughing] - Gopher!

56 00:04:02,900 --> 00:04:04,601 Prairie dog!

57 00:04:04,666 --> 00:04:07,935 OK, nice number, prairie dogs. Nice number.

58 00:04:08,000 --> 00:04:10,335 l liked what l saw and l liked what l heard.

59 00:04:10,400 --> 00:04:13,236 Speaking of herd, boss, Iook what just showed up.

60 00:04:13,300 --> 00:04:16,069 Hey, who's responsible for these crummy cows?

61 00:04:16,899 --> 00:04:20,637 Some fella by the name of Rogers ordered 'em, shom.

62 00:04:21,300 --> 00:04:24,236 Well, Rogers, Roy. Well, uh...

63 00:04:24,300 --> 00:04:26,635 The little darlings are always welcome.

64 00:04:27,166 --> 00:04:30,435 Roy said he wanted something special for the closing number.

65 00:04:30,500 --> 00:04:33,603 Speaking of that, l have to introduce his opening number.

66 00:04:33,666 --> 00:04:35,467 Oh, yeah.

67 00:04:35,533 --> 00:04:38,002 Kermit, what the...?

68 00:04:38,066 --> 00:04:39,867 What are these cows here for?

69 00:04:39,933 --> 00:04:43,236 Well, they're apparently for Roy and Dale's closing number.

70 00:04:45,166 --> 00:04:47,635 [laughing]

71 00:04:47,699 --> 00:04:52,271 Say, what are they singing, Catch a Falling Steer?

72 00:04:54,933 --> 00:04:58,236 Or If Heifer l Should Leave You?

73 00:05:00,199 --> 00:05:01,501 Stop, stop, stop, stop!

74 00:05:01,566 --> 00:05:03,935 l can take the cows but not the cow jokes.

75 00:05:05,199 --> 00:05:09,170 What about the Moooo River?

76 00:05:12,666 --> 00:05:13,800 Ha ha!

77 00:05:14,500 --> 00:05:18,170 OK, well, it's not often that things get any better around here.

78 00:05:18,233 --> 00:05:21,135 So, brace yourselves for thing to get grand right now,

79 00:05:21,199 --> 00:05:22,868 because ladies and gentlemen,

80 00:05:22,933 --> 00:05:25,702 here he is, the king of the cowboys, Roy Rogers!

81 00:05:29,899 --> 00:05:34,271 This is a stoy about one of the roughest, toughest, meanest horses

82 00:05:34,333 --> 00:05:36,134 that ever iumped out of a chute,

83 00:05:36,199 --> 00:05:39,002 by the name of old Skyball Paint.

84 00:05:40,500 --> 00:05:42,668

  1. Wow, old Skyball Paint

was the devil's saint

85 00:05:42,733 --> 00:05:45,001

  1. His eyes were a fiey red

86 00:05:45,066 --> 00:05:47,134

  1. G_ men have tried

this horse to ride

87 00:05:47,199 --> 00:05:49,402

  1. But shucks, all of them are dead

88 00:05:49,466 --> 00:05:52,268

  1. Now, l won't brag

but boy, l rode that nag

89 00:05:52,333 --> 00:05:54,435

  1. Till his blood began to boil

90 00:05:54,500 --> 00:05:56,134

  1. Then l hit the ground

91 00:05:56,199 --> 00:05:58,902

  1. And ate three pound

of good old Texas soil

92 00:05:58,966 --> 00:06:01,101

  1. Singing hi-ho

whoopee ti yo

93 00:06:01,166 --> 00:06:04,669

  1. Ride him high and down you go

Sons of the western soil

94 00:06:04,733 --> 00:06:06,701

  1. Singing hi-ho

whoopee ti yo

95 00:06:06,766 --> 00:06:10,436

  1. Ride him high and down you go

Sons of the western soil

96 00:06:10,500 --> 00:06:13,803 [yodeling]

97 00:06:13,866 --> 00:06:18,170 [continues yodeling]

98 00:06:18,233 --> 00:06:21,402 [Muppets vocalizing]

99 00:06:21,466 --> 00:06:25,403 [continues yodeling]

100 00:06:25,466 --> 00:06:29,002

  1. l swore by heck l'd break his neck

for the jolt he gave my pride

101 00:06:29,066 --> 00:06:32,636

  1. l threw my noose on an old cayuse

and once more took a ride

102 00:06:32,699 --> 00:06:36,370

  1. He turned around and soon l found

his head where his tail should be

103 00:06:36,433 --> 00:06:40,270

  1. l says, says l, perhaps he's shy

or he just don't care for me

104 00:06:40,333 --> 00:06:42,268

  1. Singing hi-ho

whoopee ti yo

105 00:06:42,333 --> 00:06:45,969

  1. Ride him high and down you go

Sons of the western soil

106 00:06:46,033 --> 00:06:48,201

  1. Singing hi-ho

whoopee ti yo

107 00:06:48,266 --> 00:06:51,502

  1. Ride him high and down you go

Sons of the western soil

108 00:06:51,566 --> 00:06:53,701 [yodeling]

109 00:06:55,399 --> 00:06:59,170 [continues yodeling]

110 00:06:59,233 --> 00:07:02,970 [Muppets vocalizing]

111 00:07:03,033 --> 00:07:06,403 [continues yodeling]

112 00:07:06,466 --> 00:07:10,269

  1. In town one day l chanced to stray

upon old Sheri# _im

113 00:07:10,333 --> 00:07:12,868

  1. For a hoot and a holler

and a counterFeit dollar

114 00:07:12,933 --> 00:07:14,401

  1. l sold that nag to him

115 00:07:14,466 --> 00:07:18,002

  1. But when he plants the seat

of his pants in Sky Ball's leather chair

116 00:07:18,066 --> 00:07:21,402

  1. l'll bet four bits when Sky Ball quits

old Jim will not be there

117 00:07:21,466 --> 00:07:23,768

  1. Singing hi-ho

whoopee ti yo

118 00:07:23,833 --> 00:07:27,369

  1. Ride him high and down you go

Sons of the western soil

119 00:07:27,433 --> 00:07:31,136

  1. Singing hi-ho

whoopee ti yo

120 00:07:31,199 --> 00:07:34,970

  1. Ride him high and down you go

121 00:07:35,033 --> 00:07:37,068

  1. Sons of the western soil

122 00:07:37,133 --> 00:07:40,402 [yodeling]

123 00:07:40,466 --> 00:07:44,269 [continues yodeling]

124 00:07:44,333 --> 00:07:47,803 [Muppets vocalizing]

125 00:07:47,866 --> 00:07:52,036 [lower tempo yodeling]

126 00:07:52,100 --> 00:07:56,204

  1. Sons of the western soil #

127 00:08:06,266 --> 00:08:08,768 That Roy Rogers is one good singer.

128 00:08:08,833 --> 00:08:12,269 Yep, but it he does any of those rope tricks, l'm leaving.

129 00:08:12,333 --> 00:08:14,201 Whoa!

130 00:08:15,800 --> 00:08:17,601 - [crashing] - Bye.

131 00:08:17,666 --> 00:08:19,067 [laughing]

132 00:08:20,566 --> 00:08:22,301 Move it out, Bossie, move it out.

133 00:08:23,166 --> 00:08:26,135 Hey, Link, what are you doing hanging out backstage?

134 00:08:26,199 --> 00:08:30,270 Those nasty cowboys threw me out of my dressing room.

135 00:08:30,899 --> 00:08:32,334 No kidding.

136 00:08:32,399 --> 00:08:34,068 They iust barged in.

137 00:08:35,233 --> 00:08:37,168 Well, tell them to move it out.

138 00:08:37,233 --> 00:08:39,068 Get tough with them, Linky, babe.

139 00:08:39,133 --> 00:08:40,701 l tried.

140 00:08:46,100 --> 00:08:47,701 Howdy, sports fans,

141 00:08:47,766 --> 00:08:52,170 and welcome to the Wild World of Muppet Sports.

142 00:08:52,233 --> 00:08:56,003 And you're just in time for the deciding throw

143 00:08:56,066 --> 00:08:57,667 in the horseshoe pitch.

144 00:08:57,733 --> 00:09:01,470 As usual, l'm here on the spot.

145 00:09:01,533 --> 00:09:02,901 Ahh!

146 00:09:03,633 --> 00:09:05,601 Oh! [laughs]

147 00:09:05,666 --> 00:09:09,469 l forgot to take the horseshoes off the horse.

148 00:09:09,533 --> 00:09:11,368 [laughing]

149 00:09:11,433 --> 00:09:13,835 [continues laughing]

150 00:09:15,266 --> 00:09:17,768 Let's put this show out of its misey.

151 00:09:19,000 --> 00:09:20,434 [laughing]

152 00:09:21,533 --> 00:09:24,836 Ladies and gentlemen, not only is the king of cowboys with us,

153 00:09:24,899 --> 00:09:28,336 but his lady is with us, too. Here she is, Miss Dale Evans.

154 00:09:32,899 --> 00:09:34,835 Now, we're rehearsed, aren't we?

155 00:09:34,899 --> 00:09:37,736 OK, do you think you can remember where to come in?

156 00:09:37,799 --> 00:09:39,368 You can, of course you can.

157 00:09:39,433 --> 00:09:42,302 Come in on the beat of the music clapping with me.

158 00:09:42,366 --> 00:09:43,834 OK, let's begin.

159 00:09:43,899 --> 00:09:45,268 All right.

160 00:09:45,333 --> 00:09:49,603

  1. The stars at night

are big and bright

161 00:09:50,366 --> 00:09:53,302

  1. Deep in the heart of Texas

162 00:09:54,333 --> 00:09:58,904

  1. The prairie sky

is wide and high

163 00:09:59,433 --> 00:10:03,303

  1. Deep in the heart of Texas

164 00:10:03,366 --> 00:10:06,135 Well, you're not exactly the sons of the pioneers,

165 00:10:07,033 --> 00:10:08,834 but you get the rhythm.

166 00:10:09,933 --> 00:10:14,671

  1. The sage in bloom

is like pe_ume

167 00:10:15,399 --> 00:10:18,936

  1. Deep in the heart of Texas

168 00:10:19,466 --> 00:10:23,670

  1. It reminds me of

the one l love

169 00:10:24,566 --> 00:10:27,735

  1. Deep in the heart of Texas

170 00:10:27,799 --> 00:10:29,935 You know, children, that's just great.

171 00:10:30,000 --> 00:10:32,802 Let's do this again, but let's change it, OK?

172 00:10:32,866 --> 00:10:34,901 Suppose instead of clapping,

173 00:10:34,966 --> 00:10:37,768 we make a sound like what l'm singing about.

174 00:10:37,833 --> 00:10:39,301 You think you can do that?

175 00:10:39,366 --> 00:10:41,901 We'll start first with a coyote.

176 00:10:41,966 --> 00:10:43,200 What's a coyote?

177 00:10:43,266 --> 00:10:44,900 Well, kind of like a dog.

178 00:10:44,966 --> 00:10:47,368 You'll hear it. Now, listen real carefully.

179 00:10:49,100 --> 00:10:53,103

  1. The coyote's wail

along the trail

180 00:10:53,166 --> 00:10:57,370 - [howling] - # Deep in the heart of Texas

181 00:10:58,166 --> 00:11:02,303

  1. The horses all neigh

and they munch their hay

182 00:11:02,366 --> 00:11:06,303 - [neighing] - # Deep in the heart of Texas

183 00:11:06,366 --> 00:11:07,433 Listen.

184 00:11:07,500 --> 00:11:11,704

  1. The cowboys cy

ki-yipee-yipee-yi-yi!

185 00:11:11,766 --> 00:11:15,703 - Yip-yip-yeah! - # Deep in the heart of Texas

186 00:11:16,433 --> 00:11:21,304

  1. The doggies bawl

and bawl and bawl

187 00:11:21,366 --> 00:11:24,068 - [cying loudly] - l didn't mean you to bawl, dear.

188 00:11:24,133 --> 00:11:26,401 Oh, honey, no. No, no, like this.

189 00:11:26,466 --> 00:11:28,234 Ahh. Like that.

190 00:11:28,299 --> 00:11:29,868 No, no, OK.

191 00:11:29,933 --> 00:11:31,434 Aw, you're so cute.

192 00:11:31,500 --> 00:11:34,569 Honestly, l'd just love to adopt evey one of you

193 00:11:34,633 --> 00:11:37,168 and take you home with me to Texas.

194 00:11:37,233 --> 00:11:38,667 What's a Texas?

195 00:11:38,733 --> 00:11:40,634 What's a Texas!

196 00:11:41,266 --> 00:11:42,400 Well!

197 00:11:42,466 --> 00:11:45,368 - # Deep in the heart - # Deep in the heart

198 00:11:45,433 --> 00:11:47,735 - # Deep in the heart - # Deep in the heart

199 00:11:47,799 --> 00:11:51,003

  1. Deep in the heart of Texas #

200 00:12:06,866 --> 00:12:09,935 You know, Tex, l love the life out here.

201 00:12:10,000 --> 00:12:13,937 Oh, yes, l love the desert and l love the mountains.

202 00:12:14,000 --> 00:12:18,404 Mm. Yep. But most of all, l love these horses.

203 00:12:18,466 --> 00:12:20,401 [mooing]

204 00:12:20,466 --> 00:12:24,903

  1. A four-legged friend

A four-legged friend

205 00:12:24,966 --> 00:12:29,370

  1. He'll never let you down

Let you down

206 00:12:29,433 --> 00:12:34,004

  1. He's honest and faithful

right up till the end

207 00:12:34,066 --> 00:12:39,004

  1. That wonde_ul

one, mo, three, four-legged friend

208 00:12:39,066 --> 00:12:41,134 Whoa. Whoa, now.

209 00:12:41,200 --> 00:12:42,668 Whoa, there.

210 00:12:42,733 --> 00:12:44,868 You know, l thought we'd be there by now.

211 00:12:44,933 --> 00:12:48,169 Yeah, but remember we had to stop and water these horses.

212 00:12:48,233 --> 00:12:50,768 That's right. Then we had to stop and milk 'em.

213 00:12:51,700 --> 00:12:52,934 [mooing]

214 00:12:53,000 --> 00:12:55,435 Something about this life don't seem right.

215 00:12:57,799 --> 00:12:59,067 Whoa, whoa, easy.

216 00:12:59,133 --> 00:13:03,337

  1. A four-legged friend

A four-legged friend

217 00:13:03,399 --> 00:13:07,637

  1. He'll never let you down

Let you down

218 00:13:07,700 --> 00:13:12,304

  1. He's honest and faithful

Right up to the end

219 00:13:12,366 --> 00:13:16,870

  1. That wonde_ul

one, mo, three, four-legged friend

220 00:13:18,000 --> 00:13:19,835 Hold up. Easy, boy.

221 00:13:19,899 --> 00:13:21,635 Hey, look at this, trick riding!

222 00:13:21,700 --> 00:13:23,601 Yep, say, that's pre_ good.

223 00:13:23,666 --> 00:13:24,867 How about this?

224 00:13:24,933 --> 00:13:26,167 Speak, Bossie.

225 00:13:26,233 --> 00:13:28,535 [mooing]

226 00:13:28,600 --> 00:13:31,970 - We'd be lost without these horses. - Oh, l'll say, we would.

227 00:13:32,033 --> 00:13:34,268 l wonder why they call us cowboys.

228 00:13:36,966 --> 00:13:41,470

  1. A four-legged friend

A four-legged friend

229 00:13:41,533 --> 00:13:45,670

  1. He'll never let you down

Let you down

230 00:13:45,733 --> 00:13:50,404

  1. He's honest and faithful

right up to the end

231 00:13:50,466 --> 00:13:55,737

  1. That wonde_ul

one, mo, three, four-legged friend #

232 00:13:58,266 --> 00:14:00,601 - Ho! - Bossie, come on.

233 00:14:00,666 --> 00:14:01,767 Hey!

234 00:14:05,066 --> 00:14:08,702 [man] And now, ridding the world of evil, here comes Bear on Patrol.

235 00:14:12,299 --> 00:14:13,734 [door opens]

236 00:14:13,799 --> 00:14:15,601 Sheriff, Sheriff, Sheriff!

237 00:14:15,666 --> 00:14:17,467 Oh, no! Sheriff, Sheriff.

238 00:14:17,533 --> 00:14:21,870 Bullets Barker is back in town and he is a-gunning for you.

239 00:14:24,799 --> 00:14:26,034 - No! - Yes!

240 00:14:28,366 --> 00:14:32,937 You know, l have some sick leave coming. l think l might just...

241 00:14:33,000 --> 00:14:34,234 [gunshots]

242 00:14:38,733 --> 00:14:41,068 Sheriff, this here's Bullets Barker.

243 00:14:42,933 --> 00:14:45,068 l'm a-gonna count to three.

244 00:14:45,133 --> 00:14:48,503 lf you're not out by then, l'm a-coming in to...

245 00:14:48,566 --> 00:14:50,134 ...get you.

246 00:14:50,200 --> 00:14:51,768 - Oh, hide! - One...

247 00:14:51,833 --> 00:14:54,802 - In the closet. No, over here. - ...mo...

248 00:14:54,866 --> 00:14:57,068 - Under the desk! - ...three!

249 00:14:57,133 --> 00:15:00,002 - Hi! - All right.

250 00:15:01,466 --> 00:15:03,835 - Where is he? - Ahh.

251 00:15:03,899 --> 00:15:06,235 Uh, outside. Can't miss him.

252 00:15:06,299 --> 00:15:08,769 l don't plan to...

253 00:15:09,466 --> 00:15:10,600 ...miss him.

254 00:15:15,600 --> 00:15:18,636 Oh, that was vey, vey good.

255 00:15:18,700 --> 00:15:19,901 Vey good. Terrific.

256 00:15:19,966 --> 00:15:21,400 Oh, boy. Uh...

257 00:15:21,466 --> 00:15:24,669 Well, look, l think l'm just gonna sit down here

258 00:15:24,733 --> 00:15:28,036 and wait till the sheriff comes... back.

259 00:15:30,766 --> 00:15:34,102 - Would you like some tea, cookies... - Shut up.

260 00:15:34,166 --> 00:15:35,867 Yes, sir. Thank you, sir, yes.

261 00:15:36,799 --> 00:15:39,068 Looks like he left his gun here.

262 00:15:39,666 --> 00:15:42,168 Huh. He never goes anyplace without his gun.

263 00:15:42,233 --> 00:15:44,234 - What? - Ha! Oh!

264 00:15:45,200 --> 00:15:46,834 l'm so sory, sir, l...

265 00:15:47,766 --> 00:15:49,267 What was that?

266 00:15:49,333 --> 00:15:51,134 Nothing, nothing, nothing.

267 00:15:52,000 --> 00:15:55,036 So, he must still be...

268 00:15:56,066 --> 00:15:57,233 ...here.

269 00:15:58,733 --> 00:15:59,967 Uh, no, no.

270 00:16:00,033 --> 00:16:02,034 Uh, he is not here.

271 00:16:02,100 --> 00:16:04,469 l should've knowed it. Open that door.

272 00:16:04,533 --> 00:16:05,734 Yes, sir.

273 00:16:06,600 --> 00:16:09,302 - l'm coming in to get you, Sheriff. - Ah-ha!

274 00:16:09,366 --> 00:16:11,868 l did it! l did it! Sir, he's gone.

275 00:16:11,933 --> 00:16:14,602 l did it. He's up there. He's locked up and it's OK.

276 00:16:14,666 --> 00:16:16,734 Ahh. Ohh.

277 00:16:16,799 --> 00:16:17,967 Who cares about that?

278 00:16:18,033 --> 00:16:22,270 lf l can't use this hand anymore my sheriff days are over.

279 00:16:22,799 --> 00:16:25,235 - Hand me my piece. - Yes, sir.

280 00:16:25,299 --> 00:16:26,868 Not that one.

281 00:16:29,899 --> 00:16:32,035 Ha. l haven't lost it.

282 00:16:32,100 --> 00:16:35,036 l'm still the fastest stamp in the west.

283 00:16:39,933 --> 00:16:42,602

  1. Fr_gie went a-courtin'

and he did ride

284 00:16:42,666 --> 00:16:44,834

  1. A sword and a pistol by his side

285 00:16:44,899 --> 00:16:46,901 - # Mm-hmm - # Mm-hmm

286 00:16:46,966 --> 00:16:49,034 - # Mm-hmm # - # Mm-hmm #

287 00:16:49,100 --> 00:16:52,403 Hey, Roy, you know, it sure is nice having you and Dale with us.

288 00:16:52,466 --> 00:16:56,069 - We're having a great time. - You don't think our show is weird?

289 00:16:56,133 --> 00:16:59,236 lt is a little weird, but we're still having a great time.

290 00:16:59,299 --> 00:17:00,501 Oh, good.

291 00:17:00,566 --> 00:17:04,136 There's something l want to ask you, 'cause you've made a lot of films.

292 00:17:04,200 --> 00:17:06,135 A hundred and eighty-nine.

293 00:17:10,500 --> 00:17:12,468 - You know, l've only made one. - One?

294 00:17:12,533 --> 00:17:13,967 Yeah, 188 to go.

295 00:17:15,366 --> 00:17:17,868 ln any of those films, did you ever play a bad guy?

296 00:17:17,933 --> 00:17:19,067 No, l never did.

297 00:17:19,133 --> 00:17:22,769 How come, didn't think you'd look good wearing a black hat?

298 00:17:22,833 --> 00:17:26,403 No, the main reason is, the bad guy never gets to sing.

299 00:17:26,466 --> 00:17:28,100 That's right, they never do.

300 00:17:28,833 --> 00:17:31,302 Can you imagine a bad guy stopping a stagecoach,

301 00:17:31,366 --> 00:17:33,301 tying up the passengers taking all their money,

302 00:17:33,366 --> 00:17:36,168 and then sing,

  1. Happy trails to you #

303 00:17:37,400 --> 00:17:40,870 You know something else, l can't imagine under any circumstances

304 00:17:40,933 --> 00:17:42,567 a bad guy yodeling.

305 00:17:42,633 --> 00:17:44,768 You do a lot of yodeling, don't you, Roy?

306 00:17:44,833 --> 00:17:49,337 Yes, l do. In fact, l invented some of the yodels l do in my songs.

307 00:17:49,400 --> 00:17:51,168 - No kidding. - Mm-hmm.

308 00:17:51,233 --> 00:17:55,303 Somebody told me the only reason you yodel is because you forgot the words.

309 00:17:55,366 --> 00:17:57,234 How right they were.

310 00:17:58,066 --> 00:18:00,935 - But who told you that? - Some guy in a black hat.

311 00:18:02,266 --> 00:18:04,735 But l agree, yodeling does look like it's fun.

312 00:18:04,799 --> 00:18:07,302 - Could you show me how to do it? - Sure, it's easy.

313 00:18:07,366 --> 00:18:09,034 Just repeat after me.

314 00:18:09,099 --> 00:18:12,002 - [yodels] - [repeats]

315 00:18:12,633 --> 00:18:15,335 - [yodels] - [repeats]

316 00:18:15,866 --> 00:18:18,034 - [yodels] - [repeats]

317 00:18:18,099 --> 00:18:20,702 [yodeling vey rapidly]

318 00:18:20,766 --> 00:18:24,002 [continues yodeling]

319 00:18:25,933 --> 00:18:28,201 Uh... Well, um, l'll see you later, Roy.

320 00:18:28,266 --> 00:18:30,801 - Where you going? - l'm going to buy a black hat.

321 00:18:34,433 --> 00:18:37,803 Ho, boy, ho. Yeah. Ho, ho.

322 00:18:37,866 --> 00:18:41,769 [man] And now, out of chute number three...

323 00:18:41,833 --> 00:18:43,801 Chute number three...

324 00:18:43,866 --> 00:18:47,269 ...Slim Wilson riding old Skyball Paint.

325 00:18:47,333 --> 00:18:49,168 - Ho, boy. - Go get 'em, Slim.

326 00:18:49,233 --> 00:18:51,602 Yee-hoo!

327 00:18:58,400 --> 00:19:00,168 OK, partner.

328 00:19:00,233 --> 00:19:03,436 - l want to see you dance. Now, dance. - [gunshot]

329 00:19:03,500 --> 00:19:06,603 - Dance! Dance! - [gunshots]

330 00:19:07,466 --> 00:19:09,167 Why, that's beautiful.

331 00:19:09,233 --> 00:19:11,168 You think l can dance like that?

332 00:19:11,233 --> 00:19:13,468 - Well, of course. - [gunshots]

333 00:19:13,533 --> 00:19:15,368 Oh! Oh, my foot!

334 00:19:15,433 --> 00:19:17,201 Ow! Oh!

335 00:19:18,033 --> 00:19:21,736 But seriously, you cows are an udder delight.

336 00:19:21,799 --> 00:19:23,368 Ahh!

337 00:19:23,433 --> 00:19:25,868 l mean, you don't know the hoof of it.

338 00:19:25,933 --> 00:19:27,200 Ahh!

339 00:19:29,066 --> 00:19:32,102 Hey, Kermit, Kermit! This bunch of cows loves me.

340 00:19:32,166 --> 00:19:34,568 - l'm a hit. - Not bunch, herd.

341 00:19:34,633 --> 00:19:36,034 Uh, heard of what?

342 00:19:36,099 --> 00:19:38,235 - Herd of cows. - Sure, l heard of cows.

343 00:19:38,299 --> 00:19:39,668 Ahh!

344 00:19:40,299 --> 00:19:42,402 No, l means the cows' herd.

345 00:19:42,466 --> 00:19:45,202 Of course, they heard. l was talking right to them.

346 00:19:45,266 --> 00:19:46,634 Ahh!

347 00:19:46,700 --> 00:19:49,135 Oh, these are my people!

348 00:19:49,200 --> 00:19:53,170 But right now they're needed on stage for the final production number.

349 00:19:53,233 --> 00:19:55,768 - But, but... - Round 'em up, move 'em out.

350 00:19:55,833 --> 00:19:57,467 - [gunshots] - Whoa. Whoa!

351 00:19:57,533 --> 00:20:00,202 Come on, doggies, move it.

352 00:20:00,266 --> 00:20:03,502 - Move it out, move it. - Wait a minute. l was having fun...

353 00:20:04,166 --> 00:20:07,869 Well, that's one of the things you had to watch out for in the old west.

354 00:20:07,933 --> 00:20:10,101 - What's that? - Audience rustlers.

355 00:20:14,633 --> 00:20:18,670 Once again, ladies and gentlemen, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans.

356 00:20:31,033 --> 00:20:35,771

  1. There is something about the west

357 00:20:35,833 --> 00:20:40,470

  1. Puts your heart and your soul to rest

358 00:20:41,266 --> 00:20:45,837

  1. Makes you feel you're really blessed

359 00:20:45,900 --> 00:20:49,036

  1. Hazy mountains

360 00:20:51,333 --> 00:20:55,837

  1. There's a ceiling of blue above

361 00:20:55,900 --> 00:21:01,472

  1. And the trees peaceful as a dove

362 00:21:01,533 --> 00:21:06,404

  1. It's no wonder that people love

363 00:21:06,466 --> 00:21:09,936

  1. Hazy mountains

364 00:21:11,900 --> 00:21:16,537

  1. When evenin' chores are over

365 00:21:16,599 --> 00:21:21,204

  1. At our ranch house on the plain

366 00:21:22,366 --> 00:21:26,269

  1. And all l've gotto do

367 00:21:26,333 --> 00:21:29,636

  1. Is lay around

368 00:21:32,966 --> 00:21:36,936

  1. l saddle up my pony

369 00:21:37,700 --> 00:21:41,937

  1. And ride offdown the trail

370 00:21:42,633 --> 00:21:46,570

  1. To watch the desert sun

371 00:21:46,633 --> 00:21:48,901

  1. Go down

372 00:21:53,400 --> 00:21:57,504

  1. Ridin' down the canyon

373 00:21:58,233 --> 00:22:02,070

  1. To watch the sun go down

374 00:22:03,366 --> 00:22:05,234

  1. A picture

375 00:22:05,299 --> 00:22:09,771

  1. That no artist e'er could paint

376 00:22:11,799 --> 00:22:15,203 [singing in Spanish]

377 00:22:15,266 --> 00:22:17,968 [high-pitched laughter]

378 00:22:18,033 --> 00:22:20,168 [howling]

379 00:22:21,633 --> 00:22:24,469 Who do you think you are, Gene Auty?

380 00:22:27,299 --> 00:22:30,236 [singing in Spanish]

381 00:22:50,700 --> 00:22:55,271

  1. See them tumbling down

382 00:22:56,333 --> 00:23:00,704

  1. Pledging their love to the ground

383 00:23:01,933 --> 00:23:07,038

  1. Lonely but free l'll be found

384 00:23:07,633 --> 00:23:12,471

  1. Drifting along

with the tumbling tumbleweed

385 00:23:12,533 --> 00:23:16,703

  1. Happy trails to you

386 00:23:18,133 --> 00:23:21,936

  1. Until we meet again

387 00:23:22,433 --> 00:23:26,804

  1. Happy trails to you

388 00:23:27,466 --> 00:23:31,770

  1. Keep smiling until then

389 00:23:32,733 --> 00:23:37,437

  1. Who cares about the clouds

if we're together

390 00:23:37,500 --> 00:23:42,071

  1. Just sing a song

and bring the sunny weather

391 00:23:42,133 --> 00:23:46,103

  1. Happy trails to you

392 00:23:47,533 --> 00:23:53,372

  1. Till we meet again #

393 00:24:08,633 --> 00:24:13,437 OK, well, buckaroos, we've come to the part where we have to say good-bye.

394 00:24:13,500 --> 00:24:17,036 l really hate to do it, 'cause sitting round the campfire with us

395 00:24:17,099 --> 00:24:20,937 have been mo of America's legends, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans.

396 00:24:21,000 --> 00:24:22,468 Yeah!

397 00:24:27,066 --> 00:24:29,668 Kermit, we've had a wonderFul time.

398 00:24:29,733 --> 00:24:33,403 Oh, l'm glad. At this point l usually say good night to eveybody,

399 00:24:33,466 --> 00:24:36,302 but tonight l'd appreciate it if you said it your way.

400 00:24:36,366 --> 00:24:37,700 Well, l'd be glad to.

401 00:24:37,766 --> 00:24:40,301 Until we meet again on the screen or in person,

402 00:24:40,366 --> 00:24:43,902 good-bye, good luck and may the good Lord take a likin' to you.

403 00:24:43,966 --> 00:24:45,434 That's it.

404 00:25:22,700 --> 00:25:24,034 Moo.

405 00:25:24,099 --> 00:25:25,501 No, boo!

406 00:25:25,566 --> 00:25:26,700 Boo.

407 00:25:26,766 --> 00:25:27,833 Hurrah.

408 00:25:27,900 --> 00:25:30,002 - Hurrah. - [laughing]

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