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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1952 Shellac release of "High Noon / Go On, Get Out" on Discogs.

  2. TEX RITTER - High Noon: 1942-1952 CD . $40.83 Add to cart. Don't miss out on this item! There is only 1 left in stock. Wish list Remind me later Share More like this.

  3. High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me) Tex Ritter. 0 ... Look at that big hand move along Nearin' high noon He made a vow while in state prison Vowed it ... youtube. Non ...

  4. In 1952, Ritter recorded the movie title-track song "High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darlin')", which became a hit. He sang "High Noon" at the first Academy Awards ceremony to be televised in 1953, and he recorded the song a number of times. It received an Oscar for Best Song that year. Ritter first toured Europe in 1952.

  5. Tex RitterHigh Noon ( Do Not Forsake Me) B2: Ella Mae Morse – Blacksmith Blues: B3: Lou Busch And His Orchestra* – Zambesi: B4: Dean Martin – Memories Are Made Of This: B5: Dick Haymes – You'll Never Know: B6: Judy Garland – Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart: B7: Kingston Trio – Tom Dooley

  6. Sep 11, 2008 · In 1952, Ritter recorded the movie title-track song "High Noon (Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darlin')", which became a hit. He sang "High Noon" at the first Academy Awards ceremony to be televised in 1953, and he recorded the song a number of times. It received an Oscar for Best Song that year.[1]

  7. Mar 28, 2018 · Tex Ritter/youtube.com. About the singer, Tex Ritter. Woodward Maurice ‘TexRitter was born January 12, 1905, near Marvaul, Panola County, Texas, and grew up on a ranch in Beaumont. After graduating high school, he majored in law at the University of Texas.

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