Miss Arizona (1919)

Western | March 1919

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HISTORY

This was the first film of the Art-O-Graf Film Co., whose studios were in Englewood, CO. Otis B. Thayer, director of the film, was also president of the ... More Less

This was the first film of the Art-O-Graf Film Co., whose studios were in Englewood, CO. Otis B. Thayer, director of the film, was also president of the company. More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
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27 Apr 19
p. 3.
MPN
1 Mar 19
p. 1294, 1356
MPW
1 Mar 19
p. 1237.
Variety
31 Oct 19
p. 57.
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DETAILS
Release Date:
March 1919
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in reels):
5
Country:
United States
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Miss Arizona Farnley, a young Western tomboy, avenges the death of her father, who was shot by Bob Evans during a barroom fight at "The Oasis." [Scenes of horsemanship, roundups, and a fight on a cliff are mentioned in the incomplete plot information on this ... +


Miss Arizona Farnley, a young Western tomboy, avenges the death of her father, who was shot by Bob Evans during a barroom fight at "The Oasis." [Scenes of horsemanship, roundups, and a fight on a cliff are mentioned in the incomplete plot information on this film.] +

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