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a5c7b9f00b Rival rodeos are operated by good guy Gabby and bad guy Richard Powers. Dale is trying to choose between them, aided ultimately by Roy and the Sons of the Pioneers (who are radio singers).
Sandwiched in between the numerous musical numbers, the Gabby Whittaker and Madden rodeo's are competing for bookings. When Gabby gets a date in Albuquerque, Madden has his man destroy his equipment. Roy finds a broken rawhide rope at the scene and uses it to bring Madden to justice.
What a pleasant surprise it is to see a Roy Rogers movie in its original length, and such a beautiful copy it is too – at least in the "20 Wild Western Movies" collection. Actually, that's a rather odd collection in which to find this entry as it is a musical western from the 1940s and has very little in common with the other nine movies on this particular disc. I'm not complaining, but the people who thrill to "Red Blood, Yellow Gold" and "There's a Noose Waiting For You, Trinity" are going to wonder what "Lights of Old Santa Fe" possibly holds in common with its companions, especially as it is a contemporary 1944 western and has nothing much to do with Santa Fe, young or old, even if that city is "the seat of old world charm in the Wild West." Yes, this movie has charm too, and that adjective certainly does not apply to the other nine movies on this particular disc. And yes, I enjoyed the movie despite the fact that I'm not a fan of George Hayes in his "Gabby" mode and that the emphasis is on song, comedy and romance in that descending order. In fact, "Trigger" provides more action here than Roy or the not- really-so-villainous "bad" guy. But Dale Evans is at her best, and Roy is tolerable. The direction by Frank McDonald rates a reasonably competent score, even though the movie was obviously shot in haste, but it's beautifully photographed all the same by Reggie Lanning. Best performance comes from Lloyd Corrigan as an inept radio broadcaster.
Dale Evans and Gabby Hayes own a traveling rodeo show. However, they are almost broke--no one wants to book the show. Gabby is too stubborn to try to update the show and thanks to Roy arriving on the scene, the show starts to do better. At the same time a &#39;nice guy&#39; is wooing Dale and has offered to merge his show with hers. And, to make sure she needs him, he makes sure her show fails repeatedly with his dirty tricks.<br/><br/>Dougdoepke wrote in their review that this film was a personality film. In other words, the idea of it being a western or even having a traditional story was completely abandoned by the time &quot;Lights of Old Santa Fe&quot; debuted--it was simply Roy Rogers playing Roy Rogers. And, I must point out, there wasn&#39;t a whole lot of attempt to give this film much of a story. Instead, he mostly plays himself and he and Dale Evans as well as the Sons of the Pioneers just sing and sing and sing and sing--and the plot seems completely incidental. However, unlike Dougdoepke and the other reviewers, I felt there really wasn&#39;t anything left to watch--it really wasn&#39;t much of a movie. And, as a result, it must rank among the very worst of Rogers&#39; films. It&#39;s basically a parody of itself and make no effort at all. A lazy and easy to skip little &#39;western&#39;(???). If you adore the music, watch it--

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