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Rootin' Tootin' Rhythm (1937) was a Western - Western Film directed by Mack V. Wright and produced by Armand Schaefer and Nat Levine.

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[Gene and Frog enter a bar pretending to be murderous outlaws]
Bartender: What'll it be, strangers?
Frog Millhouse: I'd like a glass of milk.
Gene Autry: [elbows Frog] Aw, he's always kidding. We'll drink whiskey straight and wash it down with lye.

Hank: Well, if it isn't my old friend, Beau Brummell Millhouse. Where did you get that or-chid?
Frog Millhouse: That's a night-blooming cryptogram - far rarer than any orchid.
Hank: What's so rare about it?
Frog Millhouse: (The "orchid" squirts water all over Hank) Introducing my new sideline of tricks, jokes and novelties. Buy some?
Hank: You got any explosive cigars?
Frog Millhouse: Here it is. Lights like a perfecto, goes off like a torpedo and it's only two bits!

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Also directed by Mack V. Wright

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Also produced by Armand Schaefer

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Also released in 1937

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