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Song of Arizona (1946)

03/08/1946 (US) ActionWesternMusic 1h 8m
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Song of Arizona is a 1946 American Western film directed by Frank McDonald and starring Roy Rogers. Roy Rogers rides to the rescue when a bank robber's orphaned son (Tommy Cook), who is living at a ranch for homeless boys run by Gabby Whittaker (George "Gabby" Hayes), attracts the attention his father's rowdy gang, who want to claim the boy's inheritance for themselves

  1. Frank McDonald

    Director

  2. M. Coates Webster

    Screenplay

  3. Bradford Ropes

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Roy Rogers

    Roy Rogers

    Roy Rogers

  2. Trigger

    Trigger

    Trigger

  3. George 'Gabby' Hayes

    George 'Gabby' Hayes

    Gabby Whittaker

  4. Dale Evans

    Dale Evans

    Clare Summers

  5. Lyle Talbot

    Lyle Talbot

    King Blaine

  6. Tommy Cook

    Tommy Cook

    Chip Blaine

  7. Johnny Calkins

    Clarence (as Johny Calkins)

  8. Sarah Edwards

    Dolly Finnuccin

  9. View More

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Song of Arizona
Song of Arizona

Status Released

Original Language English

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