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CAROLINA COTTON
Born: October 20, 1925 in Cash, Arkansas
Died: June 10, 1997 in Bakersfield, California
Biography | show moreshow less
CAROLINA COTTON (1925-1997), also known as the Yodeling Blonde Bombshell, had 21 movie appearances to her credit, including Apache Country and Blue Canadian Rockies with Gene Autry and Rough, Tough West with Jock Mahoney. She started out on radio and performing at San Francisco's Golden Gate Theatre yodeling, singing and playing instruments before her first movie appearance in 1944. She also recorded a number of Western songs, yodeling songs and song tracks.
Film Credits | show moreshow less
1949-Stallion-Canyon (Performer), 1946-Singing-on-the-Trail (Performer), 1946-That-Texas-Jamboree (Performer), 1944-The-Singing-Sheriff (Performer), 1944-Take-Me-Back-to-Tulsa (Performer), 1946-Singing-on-the-Trail (Sound), 1946-When-Pay-Day-Rolls-Around (in person), 1946/II-Sioux-City-Sue (in person), 1945-Missouri's-Calling-Me (in person), 1952-Blue-Canadian-Rockies (Performer), 1952-Apache-Country (Performer), 1946-Missouri (Performer), 1946-Cowboy-Blues (Performer), 1945-Texas-Home (Performer), 1952-Blue-Canadian-Rockies (Sound), 1952-Apache-Country (Sound), 1945-Texas-Home (Sound), 1951-Three-Miles-South-of-Cash-in-Arkansas (in person), 1951-Yodel-Mountain (in person), 1945-When-the-Bloom-Is-on-the-Sage (in person), 1944-I-Love-to-Yodel (in person), 2001-Still-Ramblin' (Other), 1952-All-Star-Revue (Performer), 1948-Smoky-Mountain-Melody (Performer), 1947-Smoky-River-Serenade (Performer), 1945-Texas-Panhandle (Performer), 1945-Song-of-the-Prairie (Performer), 1948-Smoky-Mountain-Melody (Sound), 1945-Texas-Panhandle (Sound), 1945-Song-of-the-Prairie (Sound), 1952-Screen-Snapshots:-Hollywood-on-the-Ball (in person), 1946-If-You-Ever-Come-to-Texas (in person), 1945-Spade-Cooley:-King-of-Western-Swing (in person), 1944-My-Wubba-Dolly (in person), 1946-I'd-Love-to-Be-a-Cowgirl-But-I'm-Afraid-of-Cows (in person), 1952-The-Rough,-Tough-West (Performer), 1950-Hoedown (Performer), 1949-Feudin'-Rhythm (Performer), 1946-Wabash-Cannon-Ball (Performer), 1946-Down-the-Trail-to-San-Antone (Performer), 1945-Outlaws-of-the-Rockies (Performer), 1945-Why-Did-I-Fall-for-Abner (Performer), 1944-I'm-from-Arkansas (Performer), 1944-Sing,-Neighbor,-Sing (Performer), 1950-Hoedown (Sound), 1945-Outlaws-of-the-Rockies (Sound), 1944-I'm-from-Arkansas (Sound)

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