Lights of Old Santa Fe (1944) - Rotten Tomatoes

Lights of Old Santa Fe (1944)

Lights of Old Santa Fe (1944)

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In this entry in the series, Roy Rogers and Trigger help Dale Evans pull her rodeo show back from the brink of bankruptcy.

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Cast

Dale Evans
as Marjorie Brooks
Richard Powers
as Frank Madden
Lloyd Corrigan
as Marty Maizely
Sam Flint
as Sheriff
Roy Barcroft
as Ken Ferguson
Tom Keene
as Frank Madden
Claire Du Brey
as Rosie McGerk
Arthur Loft
as Bill Wetherbee
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This is not a Western. It's a Hollywood musical. It's a chick flick too. It was made when Western Swing music was popular. But even the music in the movie is weak. And why are they riding horses and using horses and wagons when they have cars and trucks? And in 1944 there was a war going on. Weren't they rationing gas back then?

Donald White
Donald White
½

awesome muscial western in the roy rogers/dale evans tradition though i just realized the title "borrows" from the gene autry movie in old santa fe.

Gregory Wood
Gregory Wood

This is a Roy Rogers film, the version I saw was from the Mill Creek Roy Rogers Collection of 20 RR Movies. So it was only 60 minutes long, I am told that Alpha Video has one that is 90 Minutes long. Roy was a pretty skinny fella in this movie, but him and trigger saved the day as they do in all there movies and he got the pretty girl, of course Dale Evans. Roy saves a Rodeo Company in this one from going under and being taken over by the bad guys. Lots of singing. This would never make it in today?s world, but its still a good film. Cars, trucks, and horses in this one. 3 stars that?s it.

Bruce Bruce
Bruce Bruce

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