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Lights of Old Santa Fe, released in 1944, is a musical western directed by Frank McDonald. Margie Brooks (Dale Evans) is a rodeo owner who has fallen on hard times. Her manager, Gabby (George Hayes) hires singer Roy Rogers to liven up the failing rodeo, so that Margie won't have to sell her establishment to her competitor, Frank Madden (Tom Keene). When the rodeo's performance in Albuquerque is sabotaged, Roy searches for evidence that Madden is behind it. This good-natured classic movie features musical performances by Roy Rogers, Gabby Hayes, Dale Evans, and the Sons of the Pioneers, with a special appearance by Lloyd Corrigan in the role of a radio personality. Songs include "Cowboy Jubilee", "Cowpoke Polka" and "Ride'Em Cowboy". The film also stars Trigger, the smartest horse in the West. Written by Gordon Kahn and Creighton Williams, Lights of Old Santa Fe run 78 minutes in length, and is suitable for all ages.