South of Caliente

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South of Caliente
Directed by William Witney
Produced by Edward J. White
Written by Eric Taylor
Starring Roy Rogers
Dale Evans
Music by R. Dale Butts
Cinematography Jack A. Marta
Distributed by Republic Pictures
Release date
October 15, 1951
Running time
67 minutes
Country United States
Language English

South of Caliente is a 1951 American film starring Roy Rogers.

One highlight of the film is the gypsy dance as done by Lillian Molieri (aka Lupe Mayorga). Her husband Francisco Mayorga worked with Roy in "Hands Across The Border." and her young adopted son, (Later to be a Hall of Fame Guitarist) Bill Aken did a vocal duet with Roy on the song "The Big Silver Screen" in 1959. A unique two generation family association in which all three family members appeared with Roy Rogers.

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Actor Role
Roy Rogers Roy Rogers
Dale Evans Doris Stewart
Pinky Lee Pinky
Douglas Fowley Dave Norris
Ric Roman Josef
Leonard Penn Captain
Willie Best Willie

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