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  1. Aug 26, 2021 · 78_high-noon-do-not-forsake-me_tex-ritter-ned-washington-dimitri-tiomkin_gbia7017367b Local_id 15 Location Denmark Scanner Internet Archive Python library 2.0.3 Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size 10.0 Source 78 User_cleaned John Mosemann User_metadataentered Ryan Sicignano User_transferred Ryan Sicignano

  2. Jan 06, 2021 · For all these reasons the 1952 classic “High Noon” remains relevant. Director Fred Zinnemann’s film opens with a shot of the frontier as Tex Ritter’s eponymous song plays on. “I only know I must be brave/And I must face a man who hates me/Or lie a coward, a craven coward.”

  3. I do not know what fate awaits me. I only know I must be brave. And I must face a man who hates me. Or lie a coward, a craven coward. Or lie a coward in my grave. Oh, to be torn 'twixt love and duty. Supposin' I lose my fair-haired beauty. Look at that big hand move along. Nearin' high noon.

  4. TEX RITTER - High Noon: 1942-1952 - CD - **Excellent Condition**.

  5. We're back at Jay Leno's shop in California to have some fun in his "Room of the Giants." They fire up a 1917 Fiat Botafogo Special, and of course Jay keeps ...

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  6. Do Not Forsake Me is a hit song from the 1952 movie "High Noon" performed by Tex Ritter. Do not forsake me, oh my darlin' On this, our weddin' day Do not forsake me, oh my darlin' Wait, wait along I do not know what fate awaits me I only know I must be brave And I must face a man who hates me Or lie a coward, a craven coward Or lie a coward in my grave Oh, to be torn twixt love and duty S ...

  7. 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]

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