In film Hollywood Canteen, along with a version by the Andrews Sisters. Roy Rogers used this title for his own western.
Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters [n°1 US]
Horace Heidt [top 10 US]
Kate Smith [top 10 US]
David Byrne [on Cole Porter tribute Red Hot + Blue]
Kooyman & Van Haeren [as Laat Mij Gerust]
In fact Don't Fence Me In was written a decade earlier for the never finished film Adios Argentina. Title and most of the lyrics were then credited to Bob Fletcher, an amateur poet from Montana and a real cowboy, who ended up sharing Cole Porter's royalties. Cole Porter made an undated demo recording with bariton Edward Nell in the 1930s.