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Arizona Days (1928)

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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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Peggy Montgomery ...
J.P. McGowan ...
John Lowell ...
John Martin (as John Lowell Russell)
Mack V. Wright ...
Black Bailey
Jack Ponder ...


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 <>

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Kakourgoi kata liston  »

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Arizona is a very strange and different place (sunnier than Germany) in where there are a lot of cows and consequently a lot of rustlers who makes strange cattle dealings. There is also an obscure cattlemen's association who will never stop trying to defend its herding interests.

In Arizona the girls shoot their lovers in order to fall in love with them. Their fiancées likes that so much that they do horse acrobatics in order to impress them. (Not to mention that in Arizona even the scarecrows ride and the real cowboys wear hats five sizes bigger than their heads.)

In Arizona the members of the supposedly secret cattlemen's association wants to arrest the leader of a gang. They write code letters than can be read by the smart Arizona girls. They use other secrets identification papers hidden in golf clubs which are discovered by rude cowboys who use them in a proper way, that is to say, not playing with them, but breaking them, natürlich!.

Unfortunately Arizona is place, as it happens in the films of the rest of the world, even Germany, in where the good-natured persons beat the wretched ones in spite the evil tricks that are done.

"Arizona Days", directed and starred by the prolific Herr J. P. McGowan, is a piece of light entertainment, a B western without pretensions but it's effective and that's a very important achievement for this kind of movie, certainly.

And now, if you'll allow me, I must temporarily take my leave because this German Count must to return to his German darkness.

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