Arizona (1940)

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During the 1860s Tucson, a pioneer woman struggles to succeed in the freight and cattle business while at risk at the hands of corrupt and violent local businessmen and rampaging Indians.


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  • Arizona (1940)
  • William Holden and Jean Arthur in Arizona (1940)
  • William Holden and Jean Arthur in Arizona (1940)
  • Jean Arthur and Porter Hall in Arizona (1940)
  • Jean Arthur in Arizona (1940)

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27 May 2001 | segstef
10
| Western lover's dream movie
This movie has every thing a western lover wants-shoot-out,cattle drive,Native American conflict,Calvarymen,strong leading lady character who is independent,but falls for the hero. and a hero who takes a supporting role,but grabs my attention every time he is on the screen. Different from most characters that William Holden plays, not cynical. The suspense at the end was so real; I could feel the same emotions as the character played by Jean Arthur.

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