|Bombs Over Burma 1943 N/R, 67 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Drama
Director: Joseph H. Lewis
Cast: Anna May Wong, Noel Madison, Leslie Denison, Nedrick Young, Dan Seymour, Frank Lackteen, Teala Loring, Dennis Moore, Richard Loo, Hayward Soo Hoo, Connie Leon, Paul Fung, Richard Wong
During World War II, Chinese school teacher Lin Ying (Anna May Wong) risks her life when she spies for the Allies as part of the effort to protect the Burma Road for use by Chinese guerillas.
|The Cowboy and the Indians 1949 N/R, 68 min.|
Director: John English
Cast: Gene Autry, Sheila Ryan, Frank Richards, Hank Patterson, Jay Silverheels, Clayton Moore, Claudia Drake, Charles Stevens, Alex Frazer, Iron Eyes Cody, Georgie Nokes, Chief Yowlachie, Dan White, Frankie Marvin, Frank Lackteen
The Indians need help and Gene Autry is the one to do it. The bad Indian Agent has been cheating them out of their food allotments and they are starving. So, when food is being stolen from nearby homesteads, something must be done. While taking care of this situation, Gene sings several songs, including "Here Comes Santa Claus" and "Silent Night."
|Jungle Girl 1941 N/R, 225 min.|
Director: John English, William Witney
Cast: Frances Gifford, Tom Neal, Trevor Bardette, Gerald Mohr, Eddie Acuff, Frank Lackteen, Tommy Cook, Robert Barron, Al Kikume, Bud Geary, Joe McGuinn, Jerry Frank
Based on an Edgar Rice Burroughs novel, this is the story of Nyoka (Frances Gifford) who was raised in the African jungle and now searches for a fortune in diamonds. But the dastardly Slick Latimer (Gerald Mohr) and Nyoka's crooked uncle (Trevor Bardette)–who had killed Nyoka's father–also want the diamonds as do other shady characters. Americans Jack and Curly (Tom Neal and Eddie Acuff) come to Nyoka's aid often in this good 15-episode serial.
|King of the Khyber Rifles 1953 N/R, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Adventure / Romance
Director: Henry King
Cast: Tyrone Power, Terry Moore, Michael Rennie, John Justin, Guy Rolfe, Richard Wyler, Murray Matheson, Frank DeKova, Argentina Brunetti, Frank Lackteen, Maurice Colbourne, Tom Cound, John Farrow, Gavin Muir, Patrick Whyte
An early CinemaScope film, this remake of "The Black Watch" is an enjoyable adventure ride. Captain Alan King (Tyrone Power) is a half-caste who leads a supply group to a British outpost in India. Tribal attacks, the proverbial love affair with Susan (Terry Moore), who is the daughter of the outpost commander Brig. Gen. J.R. Maitland (Michael Rennie), and racial undertones all contribute to the story.
|The Last Frontier 1926 N/R, 90 min.|
Director: George B. Seitz
Cast: William Boyd, Marguerite De La Motte, Jack Hoxie, J. Farrell MacDonald, Frank Coghlan Jr., Mitchell Lewis, Gladys Brockwell, Frank Lackteen
Government scout Tom Kirby (William Boyd) and Western legend Buffalo Bill Cody (Jack Hoxie) lead a wagon train through Indian territory when they are attacked. Beth, who was saved by Kirby though her parents were killed, is taken in by a crooked trader (Mitchell Lewis). When the Indians attack the town with a buffalo stampede, Kirby, with assorted Western heroes, arrives to take care of the situation. Remade as a serial in 1932.
|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.
|The Mummy's Hand 1940 N/R, 67 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Comedy / Horror / Thriller
Director: Christy Cabanne
Cast: Dick Foran, Peggy Moran, Wallace Ford, Eduardo Ciannelli, George Zucco, Cecil Kellaway, Charles Trowbridge, Tom Tyler, Sig Arno, Leon Belasco, Harry Stubbs, Michael Mark, Eddie Foster, Mara Tartar, Frank Lackteen
Unemployed archeologists Steve (Dick Foran) and Babe (Wallace Ford) receive funding from a magician, The Great Solvani (Cecil Kellaway), and his daughter Marta (Peggy Moran). Steve and Babe join forces in Egypt and find themselves living with the Mummy (Tom Tyler) and threatened by a high priest (George Zucco) in this good comedic horror film. Humor helps relieve the tension.
|North of the Great Divide 1950 N/R, 67 min.|
Director: William Witney
Cast: Roy Rogers, Penny Edwards, Gordon Jones, Roy Barcroft, Jack Lambert, Douglas Evans, Keith Richards, Noble Johnson, Foy Willing, Iron Eyes Cody, Al Bridge, Alden "Stephen" Chase, Frank Lackteen, Holly Bane, George Sowards
Roy Rogers is an Indian agent this time around, and he tries to protect the Oseka Indians who depend on the supply of salmon to survive. Fish cannery owner Banning (Roy Barcroft) wants to take over the salmon, and he frames Chief Nagora (Noble Johnson) for murder. Roy suspects Banning of foul play, and gets to the bottom of the matter. Songs include "By the Laughing Spring," "Just Keep a' Movin'," and the title song.
|Oregon Trail Scouts 1947 N/R, 58 min.|
Director: R.G. Springsteen
Cast: Allan Lane, Robert Blake, Martha Wentworth, Roy Barcroft, Emmett Lynn, Edmund Cobb, Earle Hodgins, Ed Cassidy, Frank Lackteen, Jack Kirk
This Red Ryder (Allan Lane) entry tells the story of how Little Beaver (Robert Blake) became Red Ryder's sidekick. Red Ryder makes a treaty with the Indians to trap Beaver and Otter, but the dastardly fur thief Bill (Roy Barcroft) has other plans. Taking the Chief's grandson hostage, he intends to gain trapping rights. But Red Ryder comes to the rescue and the grandson, Little Beaver, remains with our hero.
|Renegades 1930 N/R, 84 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Romance
Director: Victor Fleming
Cast: Warner Baxter, Myrna Loy, Noah Beery, Gregory Gaye, George Cooper, C. Henry Gordon, Bela Lugosi, Colin Chase, Noah Beery Jr., Claire Du Brey, Victory Jory, Edwards Davis, Fred Kohler Jr., Noble Johnson, Frank Lackteen
Four volunteers–Deucalion (Warner Baxter), Machwurth (Noah Beery), Mordiconi (C. Henry Gordon), and Biloxi (George Cooper)–leave their unit in the French Foreign Legion. They join forces with a beautiful spy, Eleanore (Myrna Loy), which is a decision that leads to tragic consequences.
|The Sea Wolf 1941 N/R, 90 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Drama
Director: Michael Curtiz
Cast: Edward G. Robinson, John Garfield, Ida Lupino, Alexander Knox, Gene Lockhart, Barry Fitzgerald, Stanley Ridges, Howard Da Silva, Francis McDonald, David Bruce, Frank Lackteen, William Gould, Ethan Laidlaw, George Magrill, Louis Mason
Based on Jack London's novel, this is the adventure story of the diabolical Captain Wolf Larson (Edward G. Robinson) whose crew plots to save themselves from Larson's clutches.
|Tarzan the Fearless 1933 N/R, 85 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Action
Director: Robert F. Hill
Cast: Buster Crabbe, Julie Bishop, E. Alyn Warren, Edward Woods, Philo McCullough, Frank Lackteen, Mischa Auer, Matthew Betz, Carlotta Monti, Al Kikume, Symona Boniface, Darby Jones, George DeNormand, Everett Brown, Philip Sleeman
After Dr. Brooks (E. Alyn Warren) is kidnapped by the followers of Zar, God of the Jeweled Fingers, his daughter Mary (Julie Bishop) and her boyfriend Bob (Edward Woods) team up with Tarzan (Buster Crabbe) to rescue him. Problems are inevitable because Mary's safari guides Jeff and Nick (Philo McCullough and Matthew Betz) have ulterior motives in the search for Dr. Brooks–including collecting a bounty for proof of Tarzan's death and stealing the lost treasure of the Zar.
|1. Bombs Over Burma (1943)|
2. The Cowboy and the Indians (1949)
3. Jungle Girl (1941)
4. King of the Khyber Rifles (1953)
5. The Last Frontier (1926)
6. The Last Frontier (1932)
7. The Mummy's Hand (1940)
8. North of the Great Divide (1950)
9. Oregon Trail Scouts (1947)
10. Renegades (1930)
11. The Sea Wolf (1941)
12. Tarzan the Fearless (1933)
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