Arizona Days
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Arizona Days
Arizona Days was singing cowboy Tex Ritter's first 1937 release. When introduced, our hero is a trick rider, trick shooter and singing troubadour in a travelling medicine show. When the little troupe is faced with bankruptcy, Ritter gets a job as a tax collector to scare up extra income. According to the state law, all collectors are awarded 10 percent of the take whenever claiming back taxes. Trouble arises when a few scofflaws, well armed with six-guns and henchmen, refuse to pay up. Arizona Days received more attention than most of Ritter's westerns for Grand National because of the… More

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