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  1. Plot. Jackson Redan, a Confederate States Army veteran of the American Civil War, attempts to rebuild his life by moving to Arizona Territory. His politeness and courtly Southern gentleman demeanor cause the residents of Prescott to name him Sugarfoot.

    • $1.6 million (US rentals)
    • Saul Elkins
  2. Ein Fremder kam nach Arizona ist ein US-amerikanischer Western aus dem Jahr 1951 von Edwin L. Marin mit Randolph Scott und Adele Jergens in den Hauptrollen. Der Film wurde von Warner Bros. produziert und basiert auf dem 1942 veröffentlichten Roman Sugarfoot von Clarence Budington Kelland.

    • Ein Fremder kam nach Arizona
    • Englisch
  3. Sugarfoot: Directed by Edwin L. Marin. With Randolph Scott, Adele Jergens, Raymond Massey, S.Z. Sakall. Arriving in Arizona on a wagon train in 1866 former Confederate officer Jackson Redan partners with local businessman Don Miguel while their competitor Asa Goodhue is joined by opportunistic drifter Jacob Stint.

    • (270)
    • Drama, Western
    • Edwin L. Marin
    • 1951-08-03
  4. › wiki › SugarfootSugarfoot - Wikipedia

    The Warner Bros. production stars Will Hutchins as Tom Brewster, an Easterner who comes to the Oklahoma Territory to become a lawyer. Brewster was a correspondence-school student whose apparent lack of cowboy skills earned him the nickname "Sugarfoot", a designation even below that of a tenderfoot .

    • 69
    • September 17, 1957 –, April 17, 1961
    • 4
    • ABC
  5. Sugarfoot is one of the harder-to-find westerns in Randolph Scott's body of work, and that's probably a good thing. Scott plays Jackson Redan, an ex-Confederate soldier who moves to Prescott, Arizona after the war. He's such a dapper and well-mannered Southern gentleman that he sticks out like a sore thumb among the rougher characters of ...

    • Edwin L. Marin
    • Warner Bros. Pictures
  6. In Prescott, Jackson's polished and amiable manner wins him a warm welcome from the community, which includes the owner of the Diana saloon and gambling establishment, J. C. Crane, and Mary, a boardinghouse owner who dubs him "Sugarfoot." Only the attractive singer at the Diana, Reva Cairn, remains aloof. To help Jackson establish himself, the ...