Lights of Old Santa Fe

Lights of Old Santa Fe is a 1944 American Western Musical film directed by Frank McDonald with a screenplay by Gordon Kahn and Bob Williams. The film stars Roy Rogers and Dale Evans in a story about a rodeo owner and her struggle to make her show a success. When her rodeo is sabotaged by a rival showman, Rogers brings the perpetrator to justice.


Margie Brooks is the owner of the Brooks International Rodeo, but cannot get bookings because the show is time-worn and dated. Frank Madden's rodeo is all the rage and Madden wants to combine the Brooks and Madden shows. To that end, he proposes marriage to Margie.

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    director Frank McDonald
    editor Ralph Dixon
    genre western
    keywords albuquerque state fair wed
    producer Harry Grey
    productionCompany Republic Pictures
    publisher Republic Pictures
    theme musical