|Bad Girl 1931 N/R, 90 min.|
Director: Frank Borzage
Cast: Sally Eilers, James Dunn, Minna Gombell, Frank Darien, Paul Fix, William Pawley, Frank Austin, Sarah Padden, Irving Bacon, Louis Natheaux, Claude King, Edward Hearn, Lorin Raker, Billy Watson, Jesse De Vorska
Dot Haley (Sally Eilers) meets radio store clerk Eddie (James Dunn), and soon Dot becomes pregnant. They have many misunderstandings, but they marry, and now Eddie must find a way to provide for Dot. He takes on many part-time jobs and even moonlights as a prizefighter. But, when their baby is born, misunderstandings are resolved, and they live happily ever after. Frank Borzage won an Academy Award as Best Director and the film was nominated for Best Picture.
|Bulldog Courage 1935 N/R, 65 min.|
Director: Sam Newfield
Cast: Tim McCoy, Joan Woodbury, Paul Fix, Eddie Buzard, John Cowell, Karl Hackett, John Elliott, Edmund Cobb, Edward Hearn, Jack Rockwell, Ed Cassidy, Art Mix, Bud Osborne, Jack Mower, Herman Hack
Years after his father was killed by a crooked banker (Karl Hackett) who tried to take over his mine, Tim Braddock (Tim McCoy) rides into town to exact revenge. The banker is still trying to take over mines, and Tim takes care of the bad guys–once and for all.
|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).
|Fighting with Kit Carson 1933 N/R, 200 min.|
Director: Colbert Clark, Armand Schaefer
Cast: Johnny Mack Brown, Betsy King Ross, Noah Beery, Noah Beery Jr., Tully Marshall, Robert Warwick, Edmund Breese, Al Bridge, Lafe McKee, Edward Hearn, Jack Mower, Lane Chandler, Maston Williams, William Farnum, Iron Eyes Cody
In this 12-episode serial, Kit Carson (Johnny Mack Brown) leads a wagon train carrying government gold. The "Mystery Riders" plan on stealing the gold and finally succeed. Kit, with the help of the cavalry, sets out to retrieve the cargo.
|The General 1926 N/R, 74 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Action / Romance
Director: Buster Keaton, Clyde Bruckman
Cast: Buster Keaton, Marion Mack, Charles Henry Smith, Frank Barnes, Glen Cavender, Jim Farley, Frederick Vroom, Joe Keaton, Mike Donlin, Tom Nawn, Frank Hagney, Jimmy Bryant, Al Hanson, Edward Hearn, Elgin Lessley
Johnnie Gray (Buster Keaton) gets his chance to be a hero during the Civil War when his train is stolen by the Union Army–and he and the passengers are still aboard. Johnny is the engineer of the train and loves his engine, The General. Johnny manages to save the General from the Union Army. A commission in the Army and the love of the fair Annabel Lee (Marion Mack) are his rewards for saving the train.
|Holt of the Secret Service 1941 N/R, 225 min.|
Director: James W. Horne
Cast: Jack Holt, Evelyn Brent, Tristram Coffin, C. Montague Shaw, Ted Adams, Joe McGuinn, John Ward, Edward Hearn, Ray Parsons, Jack Cheatham
This 15-episode film follows the exploits of Agent Jack Holt (Jack Holt) as he takes on counterfeiters. There are plenty of cliffhangers for the audience.
|In Old Santa Fe 1934 N/R, 60 min.|
Director: David Howard, Joseph Kane
Cast: Ken Maynard, Evalyn Knapp, H.B. Warner, George "Gabby" Hayes, Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Jack Rockwell, Wheeler Oakman, Kenneth Thomson, George Chesebro, George Burton, Horace B. Carpenter, Art Dillard, Wally West, Edward Hearn
Kentucky "Ken" Maynard (playing himself) and his sidekick Cactus (George "Gabby" Hayes) arrive at Charlie's (H.B. Warner) dude ranch where they plan to enter their horse "Tarzan" in a canyon race. Ken is attracted to Charlie's daughter Lila (Evalyn Knapp). Also arriving at the ranch are gangsters Chandler (Kenneth Thomson) and Tracy (Wheeler Oakman) who are planning to blackmail Charlie and get control of his ranch and gold. Plenty of excitement follows when Ken becomes their victim, but, with help from Cactus, Ken wins the battle and is free to find time for romance with Lila. This film marks the screen debut of Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette.
|King of the Pecos 1936 N/R, 54 min.|
Director: Joseph Kane
Cast: John Wayne, Muriel Evans, Cy Kendall, Jack Clifford, Arthur Aylesworth, J. Frank Glendon, Herbert Heywood, Earl Dwire, Mary MacLaren, Yakima Canutt, John Beck, Edward Hearn, Bradley Metcalfe, Tex Palmer, Jack Curtis
Law student John Clayborn (John Wayne) comes home to avenge the murder of his parents several years earlier by a ruthless landowner (and rustler). After failure in the court system, John must take matters into his own hands.
|The Last of the Mohicans 1932 N/R, 230 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure
Director: Ford Beebe, B. Reeves Eason
Cast: Harry Carey, Hobart Bosworth, Frank Coghlan Jr., Edwina Booth, Lucile Browne, Walter Miller, Bob Kortman, Walter McGrail, Nelson McDowell, Edward Hearn, Mischa Auer, Yakima Canutt, Jim Corey, Joan Gale
James Fenimore Cooper's classic tale is presented as a 12-chapter serial. Frontier guide Hawkeye (Harey Carey) and his Indian friends, Chingachgook and Uncas (Hobart Bosworth and Frank Coghlan Jr.), fight against the corrupt soldiers and the evil Indian Magua (Bob Kortman).
|The Miracle Rider 1935 N/R, 300 min.|
Director: B. Reeves Eason, Armand Schaefer
Cast: Tom Mix, Charles Middleton, Joan Gale, Jason Robards Sr., Robert Fraser, Edward Hearn, Tom London, Edmund Cobb, Niles Welch, Bob Kortman, Edward Earle, George Chesebro
This is Tom Mix's final film and his first serial (of 15 episodes). Tom (Tom Mix) joins the Texas Rangers following his father's murder, taking up his father's cause of Indian rights. His immediate task is to stop the dastardly Zaroff (Charles Middleton) who is illegally profiting from Indian land.
|Mystery Mountain 1934 N/R, 223 min.|
Director: Otto Brower, B. Reeves Eason
Cast: Ken Maynard, Verna Hillie, Edward Earle, Al Bridge, Tom London, Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Hooper Atchley, Edward Hearn, George Chesebro
This movie is part of a longer serial in which the hero, Ken (Ken Maynard), is searching for the identity of "The Rattler," a master of disguises and a wrecker of railroad and other transportation vehicles. Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette, in their second movie appearance, are stagecoach drivers.
|Mystery Squadron 1933 N/R, 220 min.|
Director: Colbert Clark, David Howard
Cast: Bob Steele, Guinn "Big Boy" Williams, Lucile Browne, Jack Mulhall, Purnell Pratt, Robert Frazer, J. Carrol Naish, Lafe McKee, Bob Kortman, Edward Hearn, Edward Peil Sr., Jack Mower, Jack Perrin
The "Black Ace" and his squadron of masked pilots intend to blow up a large dam project. But flyers Fred (Bob Steele) and Bill (Guinn "Big Boy" Williams) come to the aid of the project foreman (Lafe McKee) and eventually uncover who the "Black Ace" is in this 12-chapter serial.
|The Painted Desert 1931 N/R, 75 min.|
Director: Howard Higgin
Cast: William Boyd, Helen Twelvetrees, William Farnum, J. Farrell MacDonald, Clark Gable, Charles Sellon, Edmund Breese, Al St. John, Wade Boteler, Jim Mason, Hugh Adams, Will Walling, Edward Hearn, William Le Maire, Richard Cramer
When Jeff Cameron (J. Farrell MacDonald) and Cash Holbrook (William Farnum) find an infant abandoned, they argue over who will raise the baby. Cash raises him, names him Bill, and the feud continues between Jeff and Cash. Years later, Bill (William Boyd) has grown up and returned from college when he falls in love with Jeff's daughter, Mary Ellen (Helen Twelvetrees), who is also being pursued by Rance (Clark Gable). A showdown ensues, Bill marries Mary Ellen, and the marriage ends the family feud. This Western marks Gable's talkie-film debut.
|The Shadow of the Eagle 1932 N/R, 220 min.|
Director: Ford Beebe, B. Reeves Eason
Cast: John Wayne, Dorothy Gulliver, Edward Hearn, Richard Tucker, Lloyd Whitlock, "Little Billy" Rhodes, Ivan Linow, James Bradbury Jr., Pat O'Malley, Walter Miller, Kenneth Harlan, Ernie Adams, Edmund Burns, Roy D'Arcy, Bud Osborne
In this low-budget, 12-episode serial, the Eagle uses sky writing to level threats against a corporation that he contends stole his invention, and the head of a traveling carnival, Colonel Nathan B. Gregory (Edward Hearn) is thought to be the Eagle. When Gregory turns up missing, pilot Craig McCoy (John Wayne) takes to the air in search of him.
|Springtime in the Rockies 1937 N/R, 60 min.|
Director: Joseph Kane
Cast: Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Polly Rowles, Ula Love, Ruth Bacon, Al Bridge, Tom London, George Chesebro, Jane Hunt, Edward Hearn, Frankie Marvin, William Hole, Edmund Cobb, Fred Burns
Ranch owner Sandra Knight (Polly Rowles) wants to raise sheep in cattle country, and the cattle ranchers are up in arms over it. After tricking Sandra, foreman Gene Autry's plot backfires, and now Sandra frames him for murder, and Gene must deal with the current problem.
|Tumbling Tumbleweeds 1935 N/R, 61 min.|
Director: Joseph Kane
Cast: Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Lucile Browne, Norma Taylor, George "Gabby" Hayes, Frankie Marvin, Tom London, Roy Rogers, Edward Hearn, George Chesebro
Returning home after an extended absence, Gene Autry learns his father has been murdered. His old-time friend is accused, so Gene and friends go after the real murderers.
|Young Fugitives 1938 N/R, 67 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: John Rawlins
Cast: Harry Davenport, Robert Wilcox, Dorothea Kent, Larry J. Blake, Clem Bevans, Mary Treen, Tom Ricketts, Henry Roquemore, Mira McKinney, George Guhl, Eddie Acuff, Edward Hearn, William "Billy" Benedict, Eddie Chandler, Robert McKenzie
Ray Riggins (Robert Wilcox) plans to rob his deceased father's friend, Joel Bentham (Harry Davenport), of $50,000. But the two become friends, and, under Joel's influence, Ray adopts an honest lifestyle.
|1. Bad Girl (1931)|
2. Bulldog Courage (1935)
3. Clearing the Range (1931)
4. Fighting with Kit Carson (1933)
5. The General (1926)
6. Holt of the Secret Service (1941)
7. In Old Santa Fe (1934)
8. King of the Pecos (1936)
9. The Last of the Mohicans (1932)
10. The Miracle Rider (1935)
11. Mystery Mountain (1934)
12. Mystery Squadron (1933)
13. The Painted Desert (1931)
14. The Shadow of the Eagle (1932)
15. Springtime in the Rockies (1937)
16. Tumbling Tumbleweeds (1935)
17. Young Fugitives (1938)
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