Cowboy and the Senorita (1944)
Movie InfoRoy Rogers is the "Cowboy" and Dale Evans the "Senorita" in this slick Republic musical western. In fact, this film represents the first screen teaming of Roy and Dale, who'd eventually become permanent costars offscreen as well. The story concerns a gold mine, which has been inherited by 16-year-old tomboy Chip Williams (Mary Lee). Crooked Craig Allen (John Hubbard) does his underhanded best to get his filthy mitts on the mine, but he hasn't reckoned with two-fisted Roy. The supporting cast includes Dorothy Christy and Lucien Littlefield, who ten years earlier had both been prominently featured in the Laurel & Hardy classic Sons of the Desert. … More
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Noted only because it was the first of 27 films Dale Evans made with Rogers.
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