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Bob Nolan’s height is 6ft (1.83 m)

Bob Nolan was a Canadian-born American singer, songwriter, and actor. He was a founding member of the Sons of the Pioneers, and composer of numerous Country music and Western music songs, including the …

Bob Nolan

Best Known For Movie: Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Height: 6ft (1.83 m)
Born: April 13, 1908, Winnipeg, Canada
Filmography: The Marty Stuart Show (2010-2014), The Lone Ranger (2013), Rango (2011), Opry Video Classics: Pioneers (2007), Buttcrack (1998), The Big Lebowski (1998), Imaginary Crimes (1994), City Slickers (1991), Air America (1990), La bête lumineuse (1982), M*A*S*H (1982), Ich möcht’ so gern Dave Dudley hör’n (1979), The Muppet Show (1978), Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch (1976), The Johnny Cash Show (1969-1970), The Drifter (1965), The Roy Rogers & Dale Evans Show (1962), Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color (1962), Ozark Jubilee (1960), Perry Como’s Kraft Music Hall (1959), The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (1957), Ranch Party (1957), Cattle Queen of Montana (1954), This Is Your Life (1953), The Gene Autry Show (1950), Brand of Fear (1949), Night Time in Nevada (1948), Cowboy Cavalier (1948), On the Old Spanish Trail (1947), Springtime in the Sierras (1947), Hollywood Barn Dance (1947), Hit Parade of 1947 (1947), Heldorado (1946), Under Nevada Skies (1946), That Texas Jamboree (1946), Rainbow Over Texas (1946), Home on the Range (1946), Ding Dong Williams (1946), Romance of the West (1946), Song of Arizona (1946), Don’t Fence Me In (1945), Community Sing: Cowboy Hit Tunes (1945), Along the Navajo Trail (1945/I), Rhythm Round-Up (1945), Saddle Serenade (1945), Bells of Rosarita (1945), Utah (1945), Rough Ridin’ Justice (1945), Hollywood Canteen (1944), The Yellow Rose of Texas (1944), Cowboy and the Senorita (1944), Man from Music Mountain (1943), Hail to the Rangers (1943), Silver Spurs (1943), Song of Texas (1943), King of the Cowboys (1943), Idaho (1943), The Fighting Buckaroo (1943), Ridin’ Down the Canyon (1942), Strictly in the Groove (1942), Heart of the Golden West (1942), Sunset Serenade (1942), Call of the Canyon (1942), Sons of the Pioneers (1942), Romance on the Range (1942), Sunset on the Desert (1942), South of Santa Fe (1942), Man from Cheyenne (1942), Red River Valley (1941), Sheriff of Tombstone (1941), The Pinto Kid (1941), Thundering Frontier (1940), West of Abilene (1940), The Durango Kid (1940), Texas Stagecoach (1940), Blazing Six Shooters (1940), Bullets for Rustlers (1940), Two-Fisted Rangers (1939), The Stranger from Texas (1939), Saga of Death Valley (1939), Outpost of the Mounties (1939), Riders of Black River (1939), In Old Monterey (1939), The Man from Sundown (1939), Western Caravans (1939), Spoilers of the Range (1939), North of the Yukon (1939), Texas Stampede (1939), Community Sing: Songs of the West (1939), The Thundering West (1939), Rio Grande (1938), West of the Santa Fe (1938), The Colorado Trail (1938), South of Arizona (1938), West of Cheyenne (1938), Law of the Plains (1938), Call of the Rockies (1938), Cattle Raiders (1938), Outlaws of the Prairie (1937), The Old Wyoming Trail (1937), The Star Reporter in Hollywood (1937), Rhythm on the Range (1936), Song of the Saddle (1936), The Mysterious Avenger (1936), Way Up Thar (1935), Moonlight on the Prairie (1935), The Old Homestead (1935), Tumbling Tumbleweeds (1935), In Old Santa Fe (1934), Night Time in Nevada (1948), Eyes of Texas (1948), Melody Time (1948), Pecos Bill (1948), Under California Stars (1948), The Gay Ranchero (1948), On the Old Spanish Trail (1947), Springtime in the Sierras (1947), Bells of San Angelo (1947), Hit Parade of 1947 (1947), Apache Rose (1947), Heldorado (1946), Home in Oklahoma (1946), Roll on Texas Moon (1946), Under Nevada Skies (1946), My Pal Trigger (1946), Rainbow Over Texas (1946), Home on the Range (1946), Ding Dong Williams (1946), Song of Arizona (1946), Don’t Fence Me In (1945), Sunset in El Dorado (1945), Along the Navajo Trail (1945/I), Man from Oklahoma (1945), Bells of Rosarita (1945), Utah (1945), Hollywood Canteen (1944), Lights of Old Santa Fe (1944), San Fernando Valley (1944), Song of Nevada (1944), The Yellow Rose of Texas (1944), Cowboy and the Senorita (1944), Hands Across the Border (1944), Man from Music Mountain (1943), Silver Spurs (1943), Song of Texas (1943), King of the Cowboys (1943), Idaho (1943), Ridin’ Down the Canyon (1942), Heart of the Golden West (1942), Sunset Serenade (1942), Call of the Canyon (1942), Sons of the Pioneers (1942), Romance on the Range (1942), Sunset on the Desert (1942), South of Santa Fe (1942), Man from Cheyenne (1942), Red River Valley (1941), Outlaws of the Panhandle (1941), The Pinto Kid (1941), Thundering Frontier (1940), West of Abilene (1940), The Durango Kid (1940), Texas Stagecoach (1940), Blazing Six Shooters (1940), Bullets for Rustlers (1940), Two-Fisted Rangers (1939), The Stranger from Texas (1939), Outpost of the Mounties (1939), Riders of Black River (1939), The Man from Sundown (1939), Western Caravans (1939), Spoilers of the Range (1939), North of the Yukon (1939), Texas Stampede (1939), Community Sing: Songs of the West (1939), The Thundering West (1939), Rio Grande (1938), West of the Santa Fe (1938), A Feud There Was (1938), The Colorado Trail (1938), South of Arizona (1938), West of Cheyenne (1938), Law of the Plains (1938), Call of the Rockies (1938), Cattle Raiders (1938), The Old Barn Dance (1938), Outlaws of the Prairie (1937), The Old Wyoming Trail (1937), The Old Corral (1936), The Big Show (1936), California Mail (1936), Rhythm on the Range (1936), Song of the Saddle (1936), The Mysterious Avenger (1936), Gallant Defender (1935), Way Up Thar (1935), The Old Homestead (1935), Slightly Static (1935), The Durango Kid (1940), Rio Grande (1938), A Feud There Was (1938), Law of the Plains (1938), In Old Santa Fe (1934), Thundering Frontier (1940), West of Abilene (1940), The Durango Kid (1940), Riders of Black River (1939), Western Caravans (1939), Unusual Occupations L-7-3 Modern Pioneers (1948), The Star Reporter in Hollywood (1937), Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch (1976).
Other Names: Bob Nolan and The Sons of the Pioneers, Bob Nolan and the Sons of the Pioneers, Sons of the Pioneers, Sons of the pioneers
Astrological Sign: Aries
Occupation: Singer,Songwriter, Soundtrack
Died: June 16, 1980, Newport Beach, California, United States
Albums: Texas Crapshooter: 1934-1940 Transcription Recordings,
Spouse: Clara Estelle Brown (m. 1942–1980), Pearl Fields (m. 1928–1930)

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