|Arizona Bound 1941 N/R, 57 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Adventure / Romance
aka: Rough Riders
Director: Spencer Gordon Bennet
Cast: Buck Jones, Tim McCoy, Raymond Hatton, Luana Walters, Dennis Moore, Kathryn Sheldon, Tristram Coffin, Horace Murphy, Slim Whitaker, I. Stanford Jolley, Hal Price, Ben Corbett, Gene Alsace, Budd Buster
In this first of a series of "Rough Riders" films, the Rough Riders–Buck Roberts (Buck Jones), Tim McCall (Tim McCoy), and Sandy Hopkins (Raymond Hatton)–are called in to save Ruth Masters' (Luana Walters) stage line when a dastardly gang, led by Steve Taggert (Tristram Coffin), begins robbing the stages and shooting the drivers.
|Black Aces 1937 N/R, 59 min.|
Director: Buck Jones
Cast: Buck Jones, Kay Linaker, Charles King, Fred MacKaye, W.E. Lawrence, Bob Kortman, Robert Frazer, Raymond Brown, Barney Phillips, Frank Campeau, Charles Le Moyne, Robert McKenzie, Ben Corbett, Arthur Van Slyke, Lee Shumway
After losing his ranch in a poker game, Ted (Buck Jones) is accused of murdering one of the winners, and, furthermore, he is thought to be a member of the notorious "Black Aces" gang. Ted sets out to clear his name by bringing the real culprits to justice. Ted's effort pleases his girlfriend, Sandy (Kay Linaker).
|Clearing the Range 1931 N/R, 64 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Romance
Director: Otto Brower
Cast: Hoot Gibson, Sally Eilers, Hooper Atchley, George Mendoza, Robert Homans, Edward Peil Sr., Edward Hearn, Eva Grippon, Maston Williams, Jack Byron, Tex Driscoll, Ben Corbett, Fred Gilman, Jim Corey, Milton Brown
Bank cashier Lafe Kildare (Hooper Atchley) has been stealing from the bank, and when the bank president Jim Fremont (Edward Hearn) begins to suspect Lafe, Lafe kills Jim and becomes the bank president. Jim's brother Curt (Hoot Gibson) arrives in town posing as a cowardly drifter to investigate his brother's murder. He does his investigating at night, posing as Mexican bandit El Capitan in order to solve the murder, which he does, bringing Lafe to justice. Meanwhile, he wins the affections of a rancher's daughter, Mary Lou Moran (Sally Eilers–Hoot Gibson's wife at the time).
|Coyote Trails 1935 N/R, 65 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Romance
Director: Bernard B. Ray
Cast: Tom Tyler, Ben Corbett, Alice Dahl, Lafe McKee, Richard Alexander, Slim Whitaker, George Chesebro, Lane Chandler, Bud McClure, Jimmy Aubrey, Art Dillard, Tex Palmer, Robert(2) Walker, George Morrell, Lew Meehan
Rancher John Baker's (Lafe McKee) horses are being rustled, and he offers a $1,000 reward for the capture of a stallion that he believes is chasing his mares. Cowhand Tom Riley (Tom Tyler) catches the stallion and, after forming a bond with the horse, sets out with his sidekick Windy (Ben Corbett) to corner the real horse thief, Mack Larkin (Richard Alexander)
|Enemy of the Law 1945 N/R, 59 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Adventure / Musical
Director: Harry L. Fraser
Cast: Tex Ritter, Dave O'Brien, Guy Wilkerson, Kay Hughes, Jack Ingram, Charles King, Frank Ellis, Kermit Maynard, Henry Hall, Ed Cassidy, Ben Corbett, Jack Evans, Karl Hackett
Tex Haines (Tex Ritter) and his Texas Ranger sidekicks Dave Wyatt (Dave O'Brien) and Panhandle Perkins (Guy Wilkerson) hunt down money hidden by Charley Gray (Charles King) after a gang heist years earlier. Charley is about to be released from prison, so Panhandle is planted in the prison with the mission of finding out from Charley where the loot is hidden. While Panhandle is sleeping, Charley draws a map leading to the gold on the bottom of Panhandle's foot. When they are released from prison, Charley forces Panhandle to go with him back to his old gang, and Charley, unaware of the map on his foot, becomes an important player in retrieving the loot. Plenty of songs and humor.
|Fargo Express 1933 N/R, 61 min.|
Director: Alan James
Cast: Ken Maynard, Helen Mack, Roy Stewart, Paul Fix, William Desmond, Jack Rockwell, Claude Payton, Joe Rickson, Charles King, Hank Bell, Pat Harmon, Ben Corbett, Blackjack Ward, Charles King, Pat Harmon
Ken (Ken Maynard) takes Helen's (Helen Mack) brother Mort (Paul Fix) under his wing to straighten him out. But Mort is set up in a crooked card game and taken to jail. Now Ken must bring the real culprits to justice in order to clear Mort.
|Fool's Gold 1947 N/R, 63 min.|
Director: George Archainbaud
Cast: William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand Brooks, Robert Emmett Keane, Jane Randolph, Steve Barclay, Harry Cording, Earle Hodgins, Robert Bentley, Fred "Snowflake" Toones, William "Wee Willie" Davis, Forbes Murray, Glen B. Gallagher, Ben Corbett, John Luther
Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) comes to the aid of a friend, an Army Col. Jed Landry (Forbes Murray), whose son, Lt. Bruce Landry (Steve Barclay), has deserted. Hoppy learns that Bruce has joined a gang, led by "Professor" Dixon (Robert Emmett Keane), that plots to steal gold. So, Hoppy goes underground to bring Bruce to his senses AND stop the gang from executing their plan.
|Ghost Town Law 1942 N/R, 62 min.|
Director: Howard Bretherton
Cast: Buck Jones, Tim McCoy, Raymond Hatton, Virginia Carpenter, Murdock MacQuarrie, Charles King, Howard Masters, Tom London, Ben Corbett, Jack Ingram
Secret passages in a ghost town hamper the efforts of the Rough Riders in their search for a dastardly gang of killers.
|Haunted Gold 1932 N/R, 57 min.|
Genre: Western / Romance
Director: Mack V. Wright
Cast: John Wayne, Sheila Terry, Harry Woods, Erville Alderson, Otto Hoffman, Martha Mattox, Blue Washington, Slim Whitaker, Bud Osborne, Ben Corbett, Bob Burns, John T. Prince, Mack V. Wright
John Mason (John Wayne) receives a weird message telling him to return to a mine that his father left him half interest in. He arrives with his sidekick Clarence (Blue Washington) and finds the deserted Sally Ann mine–an abandoned mine shaft with secret passages. But the mine is already occupied by Joe Ryan (Harry Woods) and his gang of bandits who are holed up trying to claim the mine's gold. Also in the mine is a mysterious phantom who spies on the goings on through holes in the wall. Who is the phantom, and will John be able to thwart the bandits? Throughout the adventures, love blooms between John and Janet (Sheila Terry) whose father had discovered the mine years ago.
|The Last Frontier 1932 N/R, 212 min.|
Director: Spencer Gordon Bennet, Thomas Storey
Cast: Lon Chaney Jr., Dorothy Gulliver, Ralph Bushman, William Desmond, Richard Neill, Joe Bonomo, Pete Morrison, Yakima Canutt, LeRoy Mason, Frank Lackteen, Judith Barrie, Ben Corbett
In this 12-episode serial, newspaper editor Tom Kirby (Lon Chaney Jr.), disguising himself as the masked "Black Ghost," takes on outlaw Tiger Morris (Richard Neill) who drives settlers away so he can have gold-laden property for himself. Tom gets help from Western heroes, including Wild Bill Hickock and General Custer. Remake of the 1926 feature-length film.
|Law Men 1944 N/R, 55 min.|
Director: Lambert Hillyer
Cast: Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, Jan Wiley, Kirby Grant, Robert Frazer, Edmund Cobb, Art Fowler, Hal Price, Marshall Reed, Isabel Withers, Ben Corbett, Ted Mapes, Steve Clark, Bud Osborne, George Morrell
U.S. marshals Nevada (Johnny Mack Brown) and Sandy (Raymond Hatton) are working undercover to investigate a string of bank robberies. Nevada joins the outlaw gang led by Slade (Edmund Cobb), and Sandy takes over the work of a deceased cobbler, which helps him keep up on local gossip about the bandits. Problems arise when Nevada's identity is uncovered, but he and Sandy still manage to put an end to the bank robberies.
|Lightning Carson Rides Again 1938 N/R, 58 min.|
Director: Sam Newfield
Cast: Tim McCoy, Joan Barclay, Frank Wayne, Ted Adams, Forrest Taylor, Bob Terry, Jane Keckley, Ben Corbett, Frank LaRue, James Flavin, Reed Howes, Karl Hackett
When "Lightning Bill" Carson's (Tim McCoy) nephew Paul (Bob Terry) is accused of murder, Carson poses as a Mexican to infiltrate the gang that is really behind the murder. The job becomes tougher when his disguise is revealed.
|The Man from Colorado 1948 N/R, 99 min.|
Director: Henry Levin
Cast: Glenn Ford, Ellen Drew, William Holden, Ray Collins, Edgar Buchanan, Denver Pyle, Jerome Courtland, James Millican, Ian MacDonald, James Bush, Jim Bannon, William "Bill" Phillips, Eddie Fetherston, Ben Corbett, Stanley Andrews
Colonel Owen Devereaux (Glenn Ford) is a disturbed Civil War veteran who becomes a federal judge after returning from the war. His Army buddy Del Stewart (William Holden) has been appointed marshal, and he tries to help Owen overcome his psychologically motivated need to condemn men to death. Making matters worse is the fact that Del shares an unrequited love with Owen's wife Caroline (Ellen Drew) that causes jealousy. Tensions mount and lead to a violent conclusion. 1 User Review
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|Marked Trails 1944 N/R, 59 min.|
Director: John P. McCarthy
Cast: Hoot Gibson, Bob Steele, Veda Ann Borg, Mauritz Hugo, Ralph Lewis, Steve Clark, Charles Stevens, Lynton Brent, Bud Osborne, George Morrell, Ben Corbett
Oil swindlers led by Blanche (Veda Ann Borg) better watch out when veteran heroes Parkford and Bob (Hoot Gibson and Bob Steele) set out to out-con them.
|The Outlaw Tamer 1933 N/R, 56 min.|
Director: J.P. McGowan
Cast: Lane Chandler, Blanche Mehaffrey, Slim Whitaker, J.P. McGowan, George "Gabby" Hayes, Ben Corbett, Richard Cramer, Tex Palmer, Herman Hack, Maston Williams
Wounded Tex (Lane Chandler) is taken in by Jean (Blanche Mehaffrey) who nurses him back to health. He is later robbed while taking Jean's gold to the bank and is arrested for the crime. But he breaks out and he, Jean, and prospector Cactus (George "Gabby" Hayes) take care of the robbers–who are also involved in cattle rustling.
|Ride Him, Cowboy 1932 N/R, 55 min.|
Director: Fred(2) Allen
Cast: John Wayne, Ruth Hall, Henry B. Walthall, Otis Harlan, Harry Gribbon, Frank Hagney, Edmund Cobb, Frank Ellis, Glenn Strange, Slim Whitaker, Lafe McKee, Edward(2) Burns, Ben Corbett, Hal Price, Murdock MacQuarrie
John Drury (John Wayne) saves the life of a wild horse named Duke when the horse is sentenced to death as a danger to the community after knocking a cowboy unconscious. John trains Duke and learns that Duke was framed. Later, John is about to be lynched for a crime he did not commit when the previously unconscious cowboy regains consciousness in time to name the real culprit and save John.
|Springfield Rifle 1952 N/R, 93 min.|
Genre: Western / Drama
Director: Andre De Toth
Cast: Gary Cooper, Phyllis Thaxter, David Brian, Paul Kelly, Lon Chaney Jr., Philip Carey, Martin Milner, Alan Hale Jr., James Millican, Fess Parker, Guinn "Big Boy" Williams, William Fawcett, Richard Hale, Richard Lightner, Ben Corbett
After being discharged from the Army for being a coward, Major "Lex" Kearney (Gary Cooper) develops a scheme in which he poses as a traitor to uncover espionage in Colorado involving the supply of needed horses for the Union during the Civil War. He joins Confederate soldiers and gains their confidence in order to discover the horse shipment routes and find the spy involved. The spy turns out to be Lt. Col. John Hudson (Paul Kelly). A battle ensues, Kearney is cleared, returns to duty, and later heads up the new U.S. Army Intelligence Department.
|The Telegraph Trail 1933 N/R, 60 min.|
Director: Tenny Wright
Cast: John Wayne, Marceline Day, Frank McHugh, Otis Harlan, Albert J. Smith, Yakima Canutt, Lafe McKee, Clarence Geldart, Chief John Big Tree, Frank Ellis, Bud Osborne, Slim Whitaker, Artie Ortego, Ben Corbett
Army scout John Trent (John Wayne) investigates after a team working on America's first transcontinental telegraph line are attacked by Indians. He uncovers a plot by Gus Lynch (Albert J. Smith) who has stirred up High Wolf (Yakima Canutt) and his Indians by telling them that when the telegraph line is completed, their tribe will be wiped out by settlers. John does save the telegraph line and even wins beautiful Alice (Marceline Day) in the process.
|Trailin' Trouble 1930 N/R, 58 min.|
Director: Arthur Rosson
Cast: Hoot Gibson, Margaret Quimby, William McCall, Pete Morrison, Bob Perry, Olive Young, Mary Carr, Ben Corbett, Bud Osborne, Blackie Whiteford, Archie Ricks, Harry Tenbrook, William Dyer, Milton Brown
Ed King (Hoot Gibson), who works for rancher Pop Blake (William McCall), leads a cattle drive to Kansas City. Meanwhile, Buck Saunders (Pete Morrison) plans to rob Ed. Buck is Ed's rival for the affections of Pop's daughter, Molly (Margaret Quimby), and sees this as an opportunity to discredit Ed. Buck uses Chinese girl Ming Toy (Olive Young) as a decoy, and the robbery is pulled off. All goes well, until Ming Toy shows up, returns the money to Ed, and names Buck as the conspirator.
|Wild Horse 1931 N/R, 77 min.|
aka: Silver Devil
Director: Sidney Algier, Richard Thorpe
Cast: Hoot Gibson, Alberta Vaughn, Stepin Fetchit, Neal Hart, Edmund Cobb, George Bunny, Edward Peil Sr., Skeeter Bill Robbins, Joe Rickson, Fred Gilman, Hank Bell, Ben Corbett, Slim Whitaker, Glenn Strange, Frank Ellis
Jim Wright (Hoot Gibson) captures a wild, magnificent "Devil Horse" that has a price on its head. But the horse is stolen by Gil Davis (Edmund Cobb), and Jim's buddy Skeeter (Skeeter Bill Robbins) is murdered in the process. Of course, Jim is suspected of the murder but comes through in the end.
|1. Arizona Bound (1941)|
aka: Rough Riders
2. Black Aces (1937)
3. Clearing the Range (1931)
4. Coyote Trails (1935)
5. Enemy of the Law (1945)
6. Fargo Express (1933)
7. Fool's Gold (1947)
8. Ghost Town Law (1942)
9. Haunted Gold (1932)
10. The Last Frontier (1932)
11. Law Men (1944)
12. Lightning Carson Rides Again (1938)
13. The Man from Colorado (1948)
14. Marked Trails (1944)
15. The Outlaw Tamer (1933)
16. Ride Him, Cowboy (1932)
17. Springfield Rifle (1952)
18. The Telegraph Trail (1933)
19. Trailin' Trouble (1930)
20. Wild Horse (1931)
aka: Silver Devil
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