Directed by:
Douglas Fairbanks        
Albert Parker - uncredited

Written by:
Allan Dwan - writer
Douglas Fairbanks - writer
Sarah Y. Mason - continuity
Albert Parker - writer
Theodore Reed - writer

Based on the play by Augustus E. Thomas

  Douglas Fairbanks ... Lt. Denton
Theodore Roberts ... Canby
Kate Price ... Mrs. Canby
Frederick Burton ... Col. Benham
Harry Northrup ... Capt. Hodgeman (as Harry S. Northrup)
Frank Campeau ... Kellar
Kathleen Kirkham ... Estralla
Marjorie Daw ... Bonita
Marguerite De La Motte ... Lena
Raymond Hatton ... Tony
Robert Bolder ... Doctor
Albert MacQuarrie ... Lt. Hatton
Katherine Griffith
Ernest Butterworth
Luray Huntley
Tully Marshall
~Remaining Credits~

Production Company: Douglas Fairbanks Pictures

Distribution Company: Artcraft Pictures Corporation

Produced by: Douglas Fairbanks
Cinematography by: Hugh Carlyle, Glen MacWilliams & Hugh McClung
Technical Director: James P. Hogan
Scenario Editor: Theodore Reed

Length: 5 Reels
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Released: December 8, 1918
~Plot Synopsis~
Silent star Douglas Fairbanks made a rare visit to the director's chair (accompanied by his friend and
frequent collaborator Albert Parker) in 1918's Arizona. Utilizing a play by Augustus Thomas as his
guide, Fairbanks fashioned another of his easterner-goes-west escapades. This time Fairbanks plays
Lieutenant Denton, whose unfamiliarity with his sagebrush surroundings does not prevent him from
performing a series of his eye-popping athletic feats. He saves the day at a remote Arizonian military
post, much to the delight of a triumvirate of leading ladies (Kathleen Kirkham, Marjorie Daw and
Marguerite de la Motte). One of eight Douglas Fairbanks features made in 1917, Arizona was
Fairbanks' next-to-last Artcraft release before he helped form United Artists in 1919.

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com