Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Brawny western hero Jack Perrin certainly deserved better vehicles than such dreck as The Kid From Arizona. Perrin plays a marshal who heads into the mountains to round up a gang of renegade Indians. Alas, our hero finds himself a fugitive from justice when he's falsely accused of horse stealing. It turns out that the real thieves are a gang of white smugglers, who've been disguising themselves as Indians to perpetrate their villainy. The Kid From Arizona is an improvement over Perrin's previous starrer Wild West Whoopee (also directed by the prolific if not overly talented Robert J. Horner), but not by much.
criminal, false-accusation, horse, impersonation, lawman, marshal, outlaw [Western], renegade, robbery, smuggling, white-slavery