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The Arizona wildcat

Author: Herbert I LeedsBarry TriversJerry CadyFrances HylandAlbert RayAll authors
Publisher: United States : Released through Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., [1938], ©1939.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : English
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In an 1870 Arizona frontier town, an orphan girl is unofficially adopted by a former bandit, now a stagecoach driver.
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Genre/Form: Westerns
Comedies
Features
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Herbert I Leeds; Barry Trivers; Jerry Cady; Frances Hyland; Albert Ray; Lucien Andriot; Bernard Herzbrun; Albert Hogsett; Fred Allen; Herschel; Helen A Myron; Nick Castle; Geneva Sawyer; Samuel Kaylin; Jane Withers; Leo Carrillo; Pauline Moore; William Henry; Henry Wilcoxon; Douglas Fowley; Etienne Girardot; Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.
OCLC Number: 79268304
Notes: Western; comedy; feature.
Listed as 1938 release in Film daily yearbook, 1939.
"Western Electric Mirrophonic recording."
Copyright: Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 3Feb39; LP8728.
"Approved, MPPDA certificate no. 4709."
Credits: Associate producer, John Stone; photography, Lucien Andriot, art direction, Bernard Herzbrun, Albert Hogsett, set decorations by Thomas Little, film editor, Fred Allen, costumes, Herschel, Helen A. Myron, sound, Bernard Freericks, William H. Anderson, dances staged by Nicholas Castle, Geneva Sawyer, musical direction, Samuel Kaylin.
Performer(s): Cast: Jane Withers (Mary Jane Patterson); with Leo Carrillo (Manuel Hernandez); with Pauline Moore (Caroline Reid), William Henry (Donald Clark), Henry Wilcoxon (Richard Baldwin), Douglas Fowley (Rufe Calloway), Etienne Girardot (Judge White); Harry Woods (Ross Harper), Rosita Harlan (Margarita).
Other Titles: Arizona wild cat
Responsibility: Twentieth Century-Fox presents ; directed by Herbert I. Leeds ; screen play by Barry Trivers and Jerry Cady ; from an original idea by Frances Hyland and Albert Ray.

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In an 1870 Arizona frontier town, an orphan girl is unofficially adopted by a former bandit, now a stagecoach driver.

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