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Video & Audio

The Ultimate Camp Song

A group of camp counselors sing their version of “Old Mother Leary.”

Johnny Horton, “O’Leary’s Cow”

The popular 1950s singer piles more abuse on Mrs. O’Leary’s cow.

In Old Chicago

The fire starts in this 1937 disaster film.

“Hot Time in the Old Town”

Legendary jazz vocalist Bessie Smith performs the ragtime song borrowed for “Old Mother Leary” here.

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