| Animation, Short, Western
The life of the legendary Texas cowboy with his horse, Widowmaker, and how his romance with Slue Foot Sue disrupted it.
Originally released as an episode in the feature film Melody Time (1948) q.v.
Yep, Bill went back to the coyotes, but he never forgot Sue.
Roy Rogers: And every night when the moon raised high, he'd lift his voice a mournful cry.
Roy Rogers: Bewailing the fate of his lady fair, his long-lost love in the sky up there.
Roy Rogers: So painful was his grief to see,...
At the end of the cartoon, when Pecos and Widowmaker go back to live with the coyotes, it's seen that Pecos has removed his clothes and left them in a pile in the desert and Widowmaker has removed his horseshoes. However, Widowmaker lost his horseshoes earlier in the cartoon when he was bucking around when Slue-Foot Sue was riding him and a cowboy was seen being hit in the head by the horseshoes.
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