San Fernando Valley (1944) - Rotten Tomatoes

San Fernando Valley (1944)





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Roy Rogers and Dale Evans still weren't man and wife when they costarred in Republic's San Fernando Valley. As always, Rogers is cast as a cowboy who happens to be named Roy Rogers; Evans, on the other hand, plays feisty femme ranchowner Dale Kenyon. At the behest of Dale's grandfather (Andrew Tombes), Roy does the "Taming of the Shrew" bit, taking a job as ranch cook so he can woo and win the volatile Miss Kenyon. He also takes time out to capture a couple of bank robbers who'd earlier relieved him of his life savings. Many of the film's best scenes belong to hoydenish Jean Porter, cast as Dale's bratty kid sister: Ms. Porter would later retire from films to marry director Edward Dmytryk.

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Roy Rogers
as Roy Rogers
Dale Evans
as Dale Kenyon
Jean Porter
as Betty Lou Kenyon
Andrew Tombes
as John `Cyclone' Kenyon
Charles Smith
as Oliver Griffith
Dot Farley
as Hattie O'Toole
Pierce Lyden
as Dusty (uncredited)
Maxine Doyle
as Female Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Helen Talbot
as Female Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Pat Starling
as Female Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Cay Forester
as Female Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Marguerite Blount
as Female Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Mary Kenyon
as Female Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Hank Bell
as Carnival Sheriff (uncredited)
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