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Walt Shrum and his Colorado Hillbillies My Sunbonnet Girl Do You Miss Me?

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Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records   S3productions started 8-13-2017

Walt Shrum and his Colorado Hillbillies

Dedicated to my friend Mr. Garth Kline who not only serves has a mentor teacher but a sounding board for my adventures

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Westernair Records 1946

Cal Shrum Owner of Westernair, a film production company.

4011-A My Sunbonnet Girl

Composers Hoag-Shrum

Vocal Walt Shrum

011-B Do You Miss Me?

Composers Hoag-Shrum

Vocal Rusty Cline

Walt Shrum was born on July 4, 1912 in Cabaniss, Oklahoma, USA as Walter Franklin Shrum. He was an actor, known for The Desert Horseman (1946), Trouble at Melody Mesa (1949) and Swing, Cowboy, Swing (1946). He died on February 6, 1971 in Denver, Colorado, USA.

Brother of Cal Shrum

Cal Shrum was born on July 4, 1910 in Mountain Home, Arkansas, USA as Calvin James Shrum. He was an actor, known for Swing, Cowboy, Swing (1946), Trouble at Melody Mesa (1949) and Rollin' Home to Texas (1940). He was married to Alta Lee. He died on March 12, 1996 in Springfield, Illinois, USA.

 

Got his start in radio at Denver's KOA in 1933 and later at KEEN in San Jose, California, before moving to Hollywood as a member of Brother Walt Shrum's musical group, Walt Shrum and His Colorado Hillbillies.

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