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Arizona Cyclone (1941)

Approved  |   |  Western  |  14 November 1941 (USA)
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Crenshaw and Randolph are competing freight haulers and Randolph's lead man Tom Baxter has given him an advantage. A big hauling contract is coming up that requires a large deposit. ... See full summary »



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Cast overview:
Fuzzy Knight ...
Nell O'Day ...
Kathryn Adams ...
Herbert Rawlinson ...
George Randolph
Dick Curtis ...
Quirt Crenshaw
Robert Strange ...
Adam Draper
Roy Jessup
Carl Sepulveda ...
Henchman Waters
Chuck Morrison ...
Henchman Jack (as Charles Morrison)
Buck Moulton ...
Henchman Nick
Johnson, a Freighter
The Notables ...
Singers / Freighters


Crenshaw and Randolph are competing freight haulers and Randolph's lead man Tom Baxter has given him an advantage. A big hauling contract is coming up that requires a large deposit. Crenshaw has Randolph killed and the banker, who is actually Crenshaw's boss, then refuses to lend the money for the deposit to the new owner, Randolph's daughter. Written by Maurice VanAuken <>

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FIRST ON THE DRAW!!...THAT WAS THE LAW...on the wild western trails of the badlands! See more »








Release Date:

14 November 1941 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

O Cavaleiro Ciclone  »

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(Western Electric Mirrophonic Recording)|

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Remade as Prairie Pirates (1949) See more »


On the Trail of Tomorrow
Written by Milton Rosen and Everett Carter
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A standard B western but...

If I comment this item, it's only because it has not been commented yet and also because it was made by the great Joseph H Lewis, the famous director of GUN CRAZY, SO DARK THE NIGHT, THE BIG COMBO, and also many others great little film noirs or westerns starring Randolph Scott.

I watched this one, I have in my collection since two decades, only because I intended to see how Lewis put his mark in it. And I found some interesting angle cameras shots, during a chariot stampede - with the camera from below - and also some indoor sequences. I don't know the technical names to describe, but we don't see that in other B westerns which, I have already said that in my comments, are nearly all the same. Always topics about big land owners who want to get rid off petty ones or, as in this movie, a freight line that could jeopardize his business.

Always the same. Boring but not charmless...

And I guess that's here the authentic story of America. HEAVEN'S GATE in a lesser scale. And there was thousands of these schemes in westerns.

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