Rose Of The Rancho

  • 1936
  • 1 HR 25 MIN
  • NR
  • Musical, Western

Boles is a government agent hired to capture a villainous fellow who goes by the name of Don Carlos, the leader of a Spanish gang which repeatedly attacks US landowners. Boles' search is fruitless until he learns that the wanted "man" is really Swarthout, a shady senorita. A very proper lady during the day, by night Swarthout is a vicious vigilante. She...read more

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Boles is a government agent hired to capture a villainous fellow who goes by the name of Don Carlos, the leader of a Spanish gang which repeatedly attacks US landowners. Boles' search is fruitless until he learns that the wanted "man" is really Swarthout, a shady senorita. A very proper

lady during the day, by night Swarthout is a vicious vigilante. She proves no match, however, for Boles's law-abiding ways. This picture was Swarthout's film debut, and, although she was an opera singer at the Met, she didn't open her mouth on any of the following tunes: "If I Should Lose You,"

"Thunder over Paradise," "Little Rose of Rancho," "Got a Girl in Cal-i-for-niay," "There's Gold in Monterey," "Where Is My Love," and "The Padre and the Bride" (Ralph Rainger, Leo Robin).

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