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Arizona Days (1928)

Passed  -  Action | Western  -  1 August 1928 (USA)
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To stop the rustling of Hicks, Martin turns to the Cattlemen's Assiciation. They send undercover agent Drexel who sets a trap for the gang. But Drexel's partner Van Wiley, posing as a dude,... See full summary »

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Complete credited cast:
Bob Custer ...
Chuck Drexel
Peggy Montgomery ...
Dolly Martin
J.P. McGowan ...
Ed Hicks
John Lowell ...
John Martin (as John Lowell Russell)
Mack V. Wright ...
Black Bailey
Jack Ponder ...
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To stop the rustling of Hicks, Martin turns to the Cattlemen's Assiciation. They send undercover agent Drexel who sets a trap for the gang. But Drexel's partner Van Wiley, posing as a dude, lets their identity become known putting them in jeopardy. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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routine but entertaining silent western
1 October 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

In the days of the silent film, the western genre surprisingly prospered, and Bob Custer was one of the well-known participants of the horse operas of the time. He's a pleasant enough actor and works well with his leading lady, Peggy Montgomery (who incidentally isn't Baby Peggy, silent screen moppet who was born Peggy-Jean Montgomery). She's a good little actress who has some conflict with Custer before the final reel.

In 44 minutes there isn't much room for plot but if you like action, horses, and tales of treachery, with a love angle on the side, this film is as good as any. I saw it on the small screen with some lovely colour tints but alas, without a musical score, but it was still watchable and enjoyable. If you like westerns, give this one a look.


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