Heldorado (1946)



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In the tradition of several of the Gene Autry vehicles of the 1930s, Roy Rogers' Helldorado is built around a real-life frontier celebration. In this instance, the story is set against the backdrop of Las Vegas' annual "Heldorado Week", at which time the Old West came to life in the form of costumed revellers, equine parades and pre-rehearsed stagecoach holdups and bank robberies. Arriving in Las Vegas to participate in the festivities, Roy Rogers ends up crossing six-guns with a gang of … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Western
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Written By: Julian Halevy, Gerald Geraghty, Julian Zimet
On DVD: Apr 2, 1994


as Roy Rogers

as Carol Randall

as Ranger at dam

as W.W. Driscoll

as Alex Baxter

as Alex Baxter

as Johnny

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Better than average Roy Rogers western musicals. Some great songs, an interesting plot and a sassy performance from Dale Evans. George Gabby Hayes provides his usual amusing support. It is set in Las Vegas, which in 1946 was not much to see and it makes it rather interesting to see what it was like then.

James Higgins

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