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Arizona Terror

USA 1931
produced by
Amity Pictures/Tiffany
directed by Phil Rosen
starring Ken Maynard, Lina Basquette, Hooper Atchley, Nina Quartero, Michael Visaroff, Murdock MacQuarrie, Charles King, Tom London

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Riding through the desert like a whirlwind, Ken (Ken Maynard) is gunned down by captain Cole Porter (Hooper Atchley) & his men, who have already killed his partner because they wanted to get their hands on the money out of a cattledeal they made with him. Ken however is saved from certain death bya Kate Moore (Lina Basquette), whose father (Murdock MacQuarrie) is presently setting up a cattledeal with Porter ... & soon too, old man Moore is shot, & Porter, who poses as a respectable business man, is framing Ken, who just set out after the killers, for the murders.

Ken soon has to realize that he, the hunter, has turned prey, & finds an unlikely ally in local Mexican badman Vasquez (Michael Visaroff), who wants to take him under his wing & make him a real outlaw. Ken however is more interested in letting Kate know that he did not kill her father, even though she knows nothing better to do than threatening him with a gun & send her men after him.

So Ken decides to change tactics, & with the help of Vasquez, he sets up a cattledeal with Porter himself, & indeed, after payday, Porter sends his thugs to kill Vasquez while he meets up with Kate to have an alibi ... which of course Ken has accounted for, as he kidnaps them both & forces Porter to change his cloths with Vasquez. & of course, Porter's men arrive & kill their own boss, believing it's Vasquez, but they can be defeated in a shootout with Ken, only Vasquez, the honest outlaw (?) has to give his life in helping latting justice prevail. When the sheriff arrives, alarmed by Vasquez' girflriend Lola (Nina Quartero) everything is already over, & Kate, convinced by Ken's little setup for Porter, will now vouch for Ken's innocence.


Ken Maynard was an extremely popular silent-screen cowboy, howeer when sound came his extreme woodenness as an actor came to the fore as he was virtually unable to fill his lines with any kind of conviction. His better films however kept his acting to a minimum & relied more on his fine horsemanship & his ability to convincingly handle action-scenes ... & Arizona Terror is one of his better movies in that respect, filling the scenery with some colourful characters like Michael Visaroff & Nina Quartero as the Mexican outlaw & his girlfriend, who immediatley divert the attention from Maynard in the dialogue scenes.

However, despite being a competent Western, Arizona Terror is at the same time a far cry from being a classic.



review © by Mike Haberfelner


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