Heart Of Arizona

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"Fightin Mad And Rarin' To Go!"
  • Passed
  • 1938
  • 1 hr 6 min
  • 6.5  (212)

Heart of Arizona is a classic Western film from 1938, directed by Richard C. Kahn and starring William Boyd, George "Gabby" Hayes, and Russell Hayden. The movie tells the story of Hopalong Cassidy, a lone cowboy who arrives in a small Arizona town in search of a group of bandits who have been stealing cattle from local ranchers. As soon as Hopalong arrives in Sleepy Gulch, he finds himself in the middle of a dispute between two rival ranchers: Dan Slack (played by Roy Barcroft) and Jim Jordan (played by Ted Adams). Both men accuse each other of stealing their cattle, and Hopalong is hired by Jordan to investigate Slack's ranch and find any evidence of the stolen cattle.

Along with the help of his sidekick, Windy (played by Gabby Hayes), and Jordan's young daughter, Linda (played by Virginia Weidler), Hopalong begins to unravel the mystery surrounding the stolen cattle, uncovering a plot to counterfeit money and frame Slack for the crime.

As the investigation heats up, tensions between the ranchers reach a boiling point, and a shootout ensues that forces Hopalong to take matters into his own hands. With his trusty six-shooter and his quick wit, Hopalong Cassidy sets out to restore justice to the town of Sleepy Gulch and bring the bandits to justice.

Heart of Arizona is a classic Western movie that perfectly captures the spirit of the Old West. From the dusty streets of Sleepy Gulch to the rugged mountains and canyons of Arizona, the film transports viewers back in time to a world of cowboys, gunfighters, and outlaws.

William Boyd delivers a commanding performance as Hopalong Cassidy, the tough-yet-compassionate cowboy who stands up for what's right no matter the cost. With his rugged good looks and no-nonsense attitude, Boyd creates a character that audiences can't help but root for, even in the face of danger and adversity.

George "Gabby" Hayes provides the perfect counterpoint to Boyd's stoic portrayal of Hopalong, delivering a hilarious performance as Windy, the bumbling sidekick who always seems to get in the way. With his trademark whiskers and thick southern drawl, Hayes steals every scene he's in, providing much-needed comic relief in an otherwise tense and dramatic film.

Russell Hayden rounds out the cast as Johnny Travers, the rugged cowboy who joins forces with Hopalong to catch the bandits and restore peace to Sleepy Gulch. With his piercing blue eyes and chiseled features, Hayden cuts a dashing figure on screen, providing a welcome dose of romance and adventure to the Western cowboy genre.

Overall, Heart of Arizona is a must-see movie for anyone who loves Westerns or classic Hollywood films in general. With its stunning cinematography, captivating storyline, and unforgettable characters, this film is a true masterpiece of the genre, and an enduring testament to the enduring appeal of the Wild West.

Heart Of Arizona is a 1938 western with a runtime of 1 hour and 6 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.5.

Heart Of Arizona
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    6.5  (212)