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Arizona Legion (1939)

Approved | | Western | 20 January 1939 (USA)
This region of Arizona is lawless. Even when the criminal are captured, they are acquitted by the jury or the witness takes a sudden illness. Boone is a hard drinking, shoot up the town ... See full summary »

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Boone Yeager
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Letty Meade (as Laraine Johnson)
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Lieutenant Bob Ives (as Carlyle Moore)
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Whopper Hatch
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Commissioner Teagle
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Judge Clayton L. Meade
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Jim Dutton
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Whiskey Joe
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George Kirby
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Buck Dawson
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Tucson Jones (as Bobby Burns)
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This region of Arizona is lawless. Even when the criminal are captured, they are acquitted by the jury or the witness takes a sudden illness. Boone is a hard drinking, shoot up the town cowboy who is trying to get in with the Dutton gang. As yet, he is unsuccessful and his actions cause Lettie to break off their engagement. But Boone is undercover. He is the Captain of the Arizona Rangers - 14 men dedicated to the end of the outlaws. While he saves stages and stops bank robberies, he has not yet been found the secret leader of the gang. Written by Tony Fontana <tony.fontana@spacebbs.com>

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Raw Gun Law On The Old Frontier... and a man who knew no fear, gunning his way to glory in the roaring West that was! See more »

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20 January 1939 (USA)  »

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A Legião do Arizona  »

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Sh! It's a Secret
15 October 2010 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

George O'Brien is recruited to head a secret Service for the State of Arizona by the Governor and to woo a very young Laraine Day in this middling episode of his long-running series for RKO.

It starts out well enough with a young Chill Wills as 'Whopper' telling a tall tale, before settling into more standard B mode. It is constricted a bit by the poor print that Turner Classic Movies has available. O'Brien is good, as always and the plot has its moments of excitement, as well as some good cinematography, including some nice stunt work and fighting atop a stage coach. But the short length of the film -- just under an hour -- and its abrupt ending emphasizes its B nature. While it's fine for what it is, you'd be better off starting your addiction to the series with another of O'Brien's westerns. Try the previous year's RENEGADE RANGER or PAINTED DESERT.


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