Arizona Days (1937 film)

Arizona Days is a 1937 film directed by John English and starring Tex Ritter, Eleanor Stewart, Syd Saylor. It is the third Western singing cowboy Ritter made for producer Edward Finney for Grand National Pictures. Many public domain prints are missing sequences from the original release.

Arizona Days
Film poster
Directed byJohn English
Produced byEdward Finney
Written byLindsley Parsons (story)
Sherman L. Lowe (screenplay)
StarringTex Ritter
Eleanor Stewart
Syd Saylor
CinematographyGus Peterson
Edited byFrederick Bain
Distributed byGrand National Pictures
Release date
  • January 30, 1937 (1937-01-30)
Running time
57 minutes
CountryUnited States


Tex and his sidekick "Grass" Hopper are delighted to join a travelling music show. When a group of cowboys come in without paying, Tex steps down from the stage, pulls his six gun and holds the audience up until the manager points out the men who did not pay their admission fee. After seeing the way Tex gathers revenue from cheats, the County commissioner offers Tex a job as a tax collector.


Tex Ritter ... Tex Malinson
Syd Saylor ... Claude "Grass" Hopper
William Faversham ... Professor McGill
Eleanor Stewart ... Marge Workman
Forrest Taylor ... Harry Price
Snub Pollard ... Cookie
Tommy Bupp ... Billy Workman
Glenn Strange ... Henchman Pete
Budd Buster ... Sheriff Ed Higginbotham
Salty Holmes... Harmonica Player


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