Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The locale may be South of Arizona, but the on-screen personnel in this Charles Starrett western is virtually the same as in all previous Starrett vehicles. The star plays rancher Clay Travers, who lives and works in an area plagued by perpetual dust storms. Because the local populace is forced to walk around with handkerchieves covering their faces, a gang of murderous outlaws is able to pull off their skullduggery in broad daylight. Travers vows to round up the bad guys, especially after they bump of the brother of his sweetheart Ann Madison (Iris Meredith). The supporting cast of South of Arizona includes the usual lineup of Starrett regulars, including heroine Meredith, singing sidekick Bob Nolan, villains Dick Curtis and Richard Fiske, and townsmen Edmund Cobb and Art Mix.
bad-guy, cowboy, good-guy, killing, love, outlaw [Western], rescue, romance, terrorism