|The Last Challenge 1967 N/R, 96 min.|
Director: Richard Thorpe
Cast: Glenn Ford, Chad Everett, Angie Dickinson, Gary Merrill, Jack Elam, Delphi Lawrence, Royal Dano, Kevin Hagen, Florence Sundstrom, Frank McGrath
Marshal Dan Blaine (Glenn Ford), a former gunslinger, now works on the side of law and order defending his Western town. Now, a young troublemaker, Lot McGuire (Chad Everett), rides into town, and a crisis brews.
|The Reluctant Astronaut 1967 N/R, 102 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy / Sci-Fi
Director: Edward Montagne
Cast: Don Knotts, Leslie Nielsen, Joan Freeman, Jesse White, Jeanette Nolan, Frank McGrath, Arthur O'Connell, Joan Shaawlee, Guy Raymond, Nydia Westman, Paul Hartman, Robert F. Simon, Robert Pickering, Loie Bridge, Melissa Gilbert
Despite his phobia about heights, Roy Fleming (Don Knotts) agrees to go through astronaut training in preparation for a flight into space after his domineering father, Buck (Arthur O'Connell) signs him up for the space program..
|Ride, Vaquero 1953 N/R, 91 min.|
Director: John Farrow
Cast: Robert Taylor, Ava Gardner, Howard Keel, Anthony Quinn, Kurt Kasznar, Ted de Corsia, Charlita, Jack Elam, Frank McGrath, Walter Baldwin
Rio (Robert Taylor) and Jose Esqueda (Anthony Quinn) are members of a band of outlaws who terrorize settlers in Southwest Texas.
|Riders of the Purple Sage 1941 N/R, 58 min.|
Director: James Tinling
Cast: George Montgomery, Mary Howard, Robert Barrat, Lynne Roberts, Kane Richmond, Patsy Patterson, Richard Lane, Oscar O'Shea, LeRoy Mason, Frank McGrath
This telling of the Zane Grey story, again without the novel's religious undertones, has Jim Lassiter (George Montgomery) showing up to help his niece, who is being cheated out of her inheritance by a crooked judge (Robert Barrat). The judge also heads a vigilante group that is, in reality, a thieving and murdering group trying to get the settlers out of the area.
|The Shakiest Gun in the West 1968 N/R, 101 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Western
Director: Alan Rafkin
Cast: Don Knotts, Barbara Rhoades, Jackie Coogan, Don "Red" Barry, Ruth McDevitt, Frank McGrath, Terry Wilson, Pat Morita, Dub Taylor, Carl Ballantine, Herb Voland, Fay DeWitt, Hope Summers, Dick Wilson, Robert Yuro
This remake of "The Paleface" features Don Knotts in the role of the Philadelphia dentist Jesse W. Haywood who, after graduating from dental school, heads West in 1870 and finds danger and romance with stagecoach robber Penelope "Bad Penny" Cushing" (Barbara Rhoades) who is really the one responsible for his heroic deeds. 1 User Review
|not as good as paleface / son of paleface but worth seeing ,||Big " O " 01/21/2007 |
| Babara looks great as a cowboy outlaw in her sensually tight jeans , tall riding boots, matching gun belt,stetson and vest. She even looks better than Doris Day did in jeans from the "Ballad of Josie ". Jane Russell with her shape and non-jeans cowboy wardrobe is the best looking "cowboy outlaw "ever. Bob Hope is a better comic and actor than Don Knotts. By contrast I have given " Son of Paleface " a perfect ten out of ten score.|
|Tammy and the Millionaire 1967 N/R, 87 min.|
Director: Leslie Goodwins, Sidney Miller, Ezra Stone
Cast: Debbie Watson, Frank McGrath, Denver Pyle, George Furth, Dorothy Green, Donald Woods, Linda Marshall, David Macklin, Jay Sheffield, Jeff York, Roy Roberts, Teddy Quinn
Now it is Debbie Watson's turn to play sweet Tammy. This time around, Tammy has her hands full with a mother (Dorothy Green) scheming to lure Tammy's boss in her daughter's (Linda Mashall) direction. The film is derived from several TV episodes.
|1. The Last Challenge (1967)|
2. The Reluctant Astronaut (1967)
3. Ride, Vaquero (1953)
4. Riders of the Purple Sage (1941)
5. The Shakiest Gun in the West (1968)
6. Tammy and the Millionaire (1967)
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