Arizona Mahoney (1936)

Arizona Mahoney





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Fabled Broadway comedian Joe Cook, who hadn't been seen on screen since 1930's Rain or Shine, essayed the title role in 1937's Arizona Mahoney. As in his earlier film, the star plays a travelling circus entrepreneur, said "circus"consisting of an elephant, a goose, and a rusty old cannon. When Arizona Mahoney's partner Randall (Robert Cummings) decides to settle in one spot -- the better to woo heroine Sue Bixby (June Martel) -- Mahoney does the same, attempting to prove his mettle as a rootin' … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western, Action & Adventure, Classics, Comedy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Stuart Anthony, Robert Yost
In Theaters:
Paramount Pictures


as Arizona Mahoney

as Phillip Randall

as Kirby Talbot

as Sue Beatrice Bixby

as Talbott

as Safroney Jones

as Cameron Lloyd

as Flit Smith

as Sheriff

as Blair
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