Arizona Days is a 1937 black-and-white western directed by John English. In the film, Tex Malinson (Tex Ritter) and his best friend, Claude "Grass" Hopper (Syd Saylor), are in desperate need of money. As a result, the two buds take jobs with Professor McGill's (William Faversham) traveling show. The men meet their financial needs working for Professor McGill and are happy with their situation. However, when McGill's wagons are mysteriously burned down, the friends find themselves unemployed and in need of new jobs. Tex is the first of the friends to receive new employment. His new position is the county tax collector. Tex is not particularly happy about his new job, but he decides he will do it because he must. When a tax debtor refuses to pay him, Tex finds information that links that person to the destruction of McGill's wagons. Can Tex prove his theory, or is he simply overreaching?