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Bells of San Angelo

Released Apr 15, 1947 1h 11m Western List
Reviews 14% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings Cowboy Roy Rogers (Roy Rogers) travels to Rancho San Angelo, a territory on the American-Mexican border, to help Cookie Bullfincher (Andy Devine) investigate some mysterious deaths around a silver mine. Roy's suspicion of mine manager Gus Ulrich (David Sharpe) is shaken by the unexpected arrival of Western author Lee Madison (Dale Evans), who advises Roy to read one of her books to help him solve the murders. Meanwhile, Cookie follows Ulrich to the mine and discovers a complex scheme. Read More Read Less Watch on Prime Video Stream Now

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Dennis Schwartz Dennis Schwartz Movie Reviews Brings more grit, fistfights and violence to the singing cowboy's B western, surprising some of Roy's followers. Rated: B- May 30, 2014 Full Review Read all reviews

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Audience Member My first Roy Rogers film. Looking forward to watching many more. Good, clean entertainment. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 02/11/23 Full Review Audience Member ROY ROGERS MOVIES ARE HARMLESS FUN AND VERY HARD TO DISLIKE. HE IS A VERY GOOD CHARACTER, HIS MOVIES ARE VERY ENTERTAINING AND TRIGGER IS INDEED THE MOST INTELLIGENT HORSE IN THE MOVIES. THE BUDGET IS LOW, BUT HERE IT DOESN'T MATTER, LIKEBALE CHARACTERS WITH GOOD INTERACTION. THEY ARE MOST ALWAYS SHORT AND SWEET AND CONATAIN SOME GOOD CLASSIC COUNTRY AND WESTERN SONGS. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 01/30/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis Cowboy Roy Rogers (Roy Rogers) travels to Rancho San Angelo, a territory on the American-Mexican border, to help Cookie Bullfincher (Andy Devine) investigate some mysterious deaths around a silver mine. Roy's suspicion of mine manager Gus Ulrich (David Sharpe) is shaken by the unexpected arrival of Western author Lee Madison (Dale Evans), who advises Roy to read one of her books to help him solve the murders. Meanwhile, Cookie follows Ulrich to the mine and discovers a complex scheme.
Director
William Witney
Producer
Edward J. White
Screenwriter
Sloan Nibley
Production Co
Republic Pictures
Genre
Western
Original Language
English
Release Date (Theaters)
Apr 15, 1947, Limited
Release Date (Streaming)
Jun 27, 2016
Runtime
1h 11m
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