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Arizona Bound (1927)

Arizona Bound is a 1927 American Western silent film directed by John Waters and starring Gary Cooper, Betty Jewel, and El Brendel. Written by Richard Allen Gates, Alfred Hustwick, Marion Jackson, and John Stone, the film is about an Arizona cowboy who spends most of his time caring for his white horse and pursuing a local girl, who is unimpressed with his irresponsible ways. After he takes a job as a stagecoach guard to protect a shipment of gold, he is attacked by a Texas gang. After being accused of being one of the bandits, he narrowly escapes lynching, retrieves the gold, and establishes his innocence and wins the trust of the local girl. Arizona Bound was filmed on location in Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah. Produced by E. Lloyd Sheldon for Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, the film was released on April 9, 1927 in the United States.

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Director: John Waters|John Waters (director born 1893)
Distributor: Paramount Pictures
Release date: April 9, 1927
Running time: 53 minutes
5 reels, 4,912 ft

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