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Rodeo King and the Senorita (1951)

Approved | | Western | 15 July 1951 (USA)
Lacey is after the profits of the Foster and Morales rodeo show. He has Morales killed during a stunt and then forces Foster to take him on as a silent partner. When Rex Allen joins the ... See full summary »

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Janet Wells
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Muscles Benton
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Steve Lacey
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Jack Foster
Bonnie DeSimone ...
Juanita Morales
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Mr. Richards
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Dr. Sands
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Joseph Forte ...
Dr. Teal (as Joe Forte)
Buff Brady ...
Pablo Morales
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Lacey is after the profits of the Foster and Morales rodeo show. He has Morales killed during a stunt and then forces Foster to take him on as a silent partner. When Rex Allen joins the show, Lacey tries to get rid of him also. But Rex survives and now believes Morales' accident may have been murder. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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rodeo | rodeo cowboy | See All (2) »

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Western

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15 July 1951 (USA)  »

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O Rei do Rodeio  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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The Strawberry Roan
Written by Fred Howard, Nat Vincent and Curley Fletcher
Sung by Rex Allen
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better-than-average old-fashioned Western
24 March 2000 | by (Gary, Indiana) – See all my reviews

Pleasant showcase for Rex Allen's voice, rodeo skills, and general all-around warmth. The "Senorita" of the title is only eight years old, which is a nice twist. Also, there actually is something of a plot, and moreover it has fewer holes in it than most Roy Rogers or Gene Autry vehicles I've seen (though it certainly has some). A good introduction to Rex, who turned out to be the last of the movies' singing cowboys.


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