Roy Rogers in South of Santa Fe (February 17, 1942)
Released February 17, 1942: (running time 53 minutes) Roy Rogers and his pals are framed for kidnapping, and a lady who owns a gold mine must come to their rescue.
Produced by Joseph Kane
Directed by Joseph Kane
Written by James R. Webb
The Actors: Roy Rogers (Roy Rogers, rancher), George 'Gabby' Hayes (Gabby Whittaker, mayor of Whittaker, New Mexico), Linda Hayes (Carol Stevens, gold mine owner), Paul Fix (Joe Keenan, aka Joseph Harmon), Arthur Loft (Peter Moreland), Charles Miller (John McMahon), Sam Flint (Harold Prentiss), Jack Kirk (Sheriff Benton), Sons of the Pioneers (cowhands, musicians), George Anderson (Reed, lawyer), Bobby Beers (Bobby), Hank Bell (bartender), Pat Brady (member, Sons of the Pioneers), Lynton Brent (henchmen Muggsy), Frank Brownlee (watches movie), Bob Burns (man at dance), Fred Burns (man at dance), Judy Clark (Judy), Spade Cooley (Jim Clancy), Ken Cooper (posse rider), Rube Dalroy (townsman), Bert Dillard (deputy), Mark Dwyer (Moreland's aide), Hugh Farr (fiddle player, Sons of the Pioneers), Karl Farr (guitar player, Sons of the Pioneers), Chick Hannan (cowhand), Jack Ingram (Chief Henchman Louis aka Louie), Jane Keckley (townswoman), Merrill McCormick (a Vaquero), Jack Montgomery (posse rider), Milburn Morante (Ace Brody), Bob Nolan (Bob), Jack O'Shea (townsman), Lloyd Perryman (member, Sons of the Pioneers), Marin Sais (townswoman), Tim Spencer (member, Sons of the Pioneers), Robert Strange (Conway the lawyer), Henry Wills (henchman Felton), Carlton Young (henchman Steve)
Free Download of the old Roy Rogers movie "South of Santa Fe"
South-of-Santa-Fe-1942.mp4 (480mb - 720x526)
South-of-Santa-Fe-1942-720p.mp4(1gb - 986x720)
Roy Rogers and the Gold Mine Lady
Cathy Lee Crosby, no relation to Bing Crosby, played in the Wimbledon tennis tournament twice before leaving professional tennis behind. In 1975 Linda Carter starred in a television series called Wonder Woman, after the wildly successful television movie a year earlier starring Cathy Lee Crosby as the superheroine. That first Wonder Woman movie starring Cathy Lee Crosby is still the highest rated television program starring a woman, with a 49% share of the audience.
With almost a hundred appearances in front of the camera, she is today spending her time in charitable ventures with the United Nations and has been nominated and confirmed by the U.S. Senate to the Board of Directors of the Congressional Awards. She was entertaining the troops with Bob Hope on his final Christmas tour to troops in the Middle East. She was recently knighted “Lady Cathy Lee Crosby” in the Royal Order of Saint John, which is the oldest humanitarian organization in the world.
Why do we think about Cathy Lee Crosby when we watch this Cowboy adventure? Because her mother, Linda Hayes Crosby, no relation to Gabby Hayes, is the female leading actor in this story. In this adventure her mother is a rancher with a gold mine in 1942, which is, by the way, two years before Cathy Lee would be born. The lady rancher is unable to finance the digging any longer and is unable to convince big businessmen from the East to fund the gold mine.
Roy Rogers and his pals figure a way to trick the wealthy businessmen into visiting the mine, but when the three wealthy men are kidnapped for ransom, Roy Rogers is framed, and the ranch lady must go into action to help prove their innocence. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Arthur Loft, Paul Fix
George 'Gabby' Hayes
Hugh Farr, Gabby Hayes
Jack Ingram, Lynton Brent
Charles Miller, Gabby Hayes, Arthur Loft, Sam Flint
Jack Kirk, Linda Hayes, Gabby Hayes
Judy Clark, Bobby Beers
Linda Hayes, Gabby Hayes
Lynton Brent, Paul Fix, Jack Ingram
Pat Brady, Arthur Loft
Pat Brady, Roy Rogers
Paul Fix, Lynton Brent
Robert Strange, George Anderson