Cowboy and the Senorita


Chip (Mary Lee) has inherited a supposedly worthless gold mine from her father and Craig Allen is about to buy it. Roy suspects the mine may be valuable and using a clue left by Chip's father, investigates. He finds the hidden shaft that contains the gold and with the posse chasing him on a trumped up robbery charge, races to town with ore samples hoping to get there before the ownership is transferred

Cowboy and the Senorita is a 1944 United States film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Roy Rogers. The film marked the first appearance together of Rogers and his future wife, Dale Evans.


Roy and his sidekick Teddy Bear are mistaken for the kidnappers of a runaway teenager. After escaping from a posse the two find the teenager, Chip who explains their innocence and has her sister Ysobel and her soon to be husband the rich Craig Allen give the pair jobs. Chip tells Roy she is sure her late father had riches hidden away that the unscrupulous Craig Allen tries to take for himself. The film opens and closes with musical numbers.


  • Roy Rogers as Roy Rogers
  • Trigger (horse) as Trigger
  • Mary Lee (actor) as Chip Williams
  • Dale Evans as Ysobel Martinez
  • John Hubbard (actor) as Craig Allen
  • Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams as "Teddy" Bear
  • Fuzzy Knight as Fuzzy
  • Dorothy Christy as Lulubelle
  • Lucien Littlefield as Judge Loomis
  • Hal Taliaferro as Matt Ferguson
  • Jack Kirk as Sheriff Gilbert
  • Capella as Specialty dancer
  • Patricia as Specialty dancer
  • Jane Beebe as Specialty dancer
  • Ben Rochelle as Specialty dancer
  • Bob Nolan as Bob Nolan (Leader, Sons of the Pioneers)
  • Sons of the Pioneers as Musicians, Ranch hands


  • "Cowboy and the Senorita" (Music by Phil Ohman, lyrics by Ned Washington)
  • "What'll I Use for Money?" (Music by Phil Ohman, lyrics by Ned Washington)
  • "The Enchilada Man" (Music by Phil Ohman, lyrics by Ned Washington)
  • "Bunk House Bugle Boy" (Written by Tim Spencer (singer) and Bob Nolan
  • "Besame mucho" (Written by Consuelo Velázquez)
  • "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" (Written by George A. Norton)
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Category:1944 films
Category:American films
Category:1940s Western (genre) films
Category:English-language films
Category:Black-and-white films
Category:Republic Pictures films
Category:American Western (genre) films

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