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6th Jul '17 2:31:59 PM bfunc
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* Terra-Man, a ''{{Franchise/Superman}}'' villain, had a cowboy theme, but all of his equipment was actually extremely high-tech alien gear, and his (flying) horse had wings.
27th Jun '17 6:56:26 PM GrammarNavi
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The Australian term for this profession is "Jackaroo", with "Jillaroo" for women (although there is a RugbyLeague team called the North Queensland Cowboys).

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The Australian term for this profession is "Jackaroo", with "Jillaroo" for women (although there is a RugbyLeague UsefulNotes/RugbyLeague team called the North Queensland Cowboys).
1st Jun '17 1:40:53 PM johnsmithxxi
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'': Tex Barton, a stereotypical teenaged cowboy, is a Madison High School student in a few episodes i.e. "School T.V. Set", "Bargain Hats for Mother's Day," "Tex Barton Basketball Star."
19th Mar '17 12:24:09 PM nombretomado
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* {{Nickelodeon}} show, ''Series/HeyDude'', was set on a dude ranch.

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* {{Nickelodeon}} {{Creator/Nickelodeon}} show, ''Series/HeyDude'', was set on a dude ranch.
17th Feb '17 2:05:35 PM Malady
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28th Jan '17 4:46:37 PM Wyldchyld
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'''Cowgirl:''' The DistaffCounterpart of the Cowboy. Generally a PluckyGirl in Western garb, who can ride and shoot as well as any man (except the protagonist), but who is seldom seen doing any of the filthier ranch chores. In fiction, almost always the love interest for the protagonist, or the young man the protagonist is helping this week. May be a plentiful source of FetishFuel (though to be fair, cowboys can be that too.) and can overlap with FarmersDaughter. [[IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused with]] females who are a LittleBitBeastly and bovine-based, or the result of mixing CuteMonsterGirl and ALoadOfBull.

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'''Cowgirl:''' The DistaffCounterpart of the Cowboy. Generally a PluckyGirl in Western garb, who can ride and shoot as well as any man (except the protagonist), but who is seldom seen doing any of the filthier ranch chores. In fiction, almost always the love interest for the protagonist, or the young man the protagonist is helping this week. May be a plentiful source of FetishFuel titillation (though to be fair, cowboys can be that too.) and can overlap with FarmersDaughter. [[IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused with]] females who are a LittleBitBeastly and bovine-based, or the result of mixing CuteMonsterGirl and ALoadOfBull.
14th Dec '16 1:43:45 PM Tromboneman
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* 'Amarillo by Morning' is a song about the Rodeo Rider and his lifestyle. 'Everything that I've got is just what I've got on ... '

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* 'Amarillo [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtVeDaZxAXo Amarillo by Morning' Morning]]' is a song about the Rodeo Rider and his lifestyle. 'Everything that I've got is just what I've got on ... '
12th Nov '16 4:40:46 PM nombretomado
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'''Singing Cowboy:''' A cowboy who sings as his primary avocation. While it's true that some musical talent was always appreciated on the range, the singing cowboy was really a product of Hollywood. The standard formula for B-movies included at least one musical number, and a singing cowboy could slip one right in naturally while saving the ranch. "Saving the ranch" is the number one plotline for singing cowboy stories, closely followed by "clean up the lawless town." Top singing cowboys included Creator/RoyRogers and Gene Autry, but even JohnWayne was tested as one in an early movie! Now a DeadHorseTrope; nowadays if you see a singer in a cowboy hat, he's just a Country-Western musician.

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'''Singing Cowboy:''' A cowboy who sings as his primary avocation. While it's true that some musical talent was always appreciated on the range, the singing cowboy was really a product of Hollywood. The standard formula for B-movies included at least one musical number, and a singing cowboy could slip one right in naturally while saving the ranch. "Saving the ranch" is the number one plotline for singing cowboy stories, closely followed by "clean up the lawless town." Top singing cowboys included Creator/RoyRogers and Gene Autry, but even JohnWayne Creator/JohnWayne was tested as one in an early movie! Now a DeadHorseTrope; nowadays if you see a singer in a cowboy hat, he's just a Country-Western musician.
5th Nov '16 8:56:24 PM Dravencour
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* ''Film/BrokebackMountain'' is about the doomed romance between a working cowboy and a rodeo rider--though they both started as sheepherders.

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* ''Film/BrokebackMountain'' is about the a doomed romance between a working cowboy and a rodeo rider--though they both started as sheepherders.
9th Oct '16 5:30:24 AM DeepRed
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'''Cowgirl:''' The DistaffCounterpart of the Cowboy. Generally a PluckyGirl in Western garb, who can ride and shoot as well as any man (except the protagonist), but who is seldom seen doing any of the filthier ranch chores. In fiction, almost always the love interest for the protagonist, or the young man the protagonist is helping this week. May be a plentiful source of FetishFuel (though to be fair, cowboys can be that too.) [[IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused with]] females who are a LittleBitBeastly and bovine-based, or the result of mixing CuteMonsterGirl and ALoadOfBull.

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'''Cowgirl:''' The DistaffCounterpart of the Cowboy. Generally a PluckyGirl in Western garb, who can ride and shoot as well as any man (except the protagonist), but who is seldom seen doing any of the filthier ranch chores. In fiction, almost always the love interest for the protagonist, or the young man the protagonist is helping this week. May be a plentiful source of FetishFuel (though to be fair, cowboys can be that too.) and can overlap with FarmersDaughter. [[IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused with]] females who are a LittleBitBeastly and bovine-based, or the result of mixing CuteMonsterGirl and ALoadOfBull.
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