|Bar 20 1943 N/R, 54 min.|
Genre: Western / Drama
Director: Lesley Selander
Cast: William Boyd, Andy Clyde, George Reeves, Dustin Farnum, Victor Jory, Robert Mitchum, Douglas Fowley, Betty Blythe, Francis McDonald, Earle Hodgins, George Plues, Henry Wills, Cliff Parkinson, Roy Bucko, Kansas Moehring
While working on a cattle drive, Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) and his cohorts–California Carlson (Andy Clyde) and Lin Bradley (George Reeves) run into stagecoach robbers who take the money that Hopalong was planning to use to buy cattle. Now Hoppy and his cohorts set out to settle the score.
|Border Patrol 1943 N/R, 63 min.|
Genre: Western / Adventure / Action
Director: Lesley Selander
Cast: William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Jay Kirby, Russell Simpson, Claudia Drake, George Reeves, Duncan Renaldo, Cliff Parkinson, Pierce Lyden, Robert Mitchum, Roy Bucko, Herman Hack, Erle Hodgins, Hugh Prosser, Henry Wills
Texas Rangers Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd), California (Andy Clyde), and Johnny (Jay Kirby) are tasked to break up the smuggling of Mexicans into the U.S. who are being held as, essentially, slaves in Orestes' (Russell Simpson) silver mine. When one Mexican is shot by a member of the Orestes gang, the Rangers are convicted by a kangaroo court and sentenced to be hanged. They escape and, with great dispatch, take care of the situation. Look for young Robert Mitchum as one of the gang members.
|An Eye for an Eye 1966 N/R, 92 min.|
Director: Michael D. Moore
Cast: Robert Lansing, Patrick Wayne, Slim Pickens, Gloria Talbott, Paul Fix, Strother Martin, Henry Wills, Jerry Gatling, Rance Howard, Clint Howard, Herman Hack, George Sowards
Two handicapped bounty hunters Talion and Benny Wallace (Robert Lansing and Patrick Wayne)–one crippled, the other blind–join forces to track down the vicious killer who has double-crossed them and murdered one of the hunter's family members.
|In Old Caliente 1939 N/R, 55 min.|
Director: Joseph Kane
Cast: Roy Rogers, Lynne Roberts, George "Gabby" Hayes, Jack La Rue, Katherine DeMille, Frank Puglia, Harry Woods, Ethel Wales, Merrill McCormick, Paul Marion, George Montgomery, Blackie Whiteford, Herman Hack, Jim Corey, Henry Wills
As the Westward Movement continues, those who want to make money the easy way come along also. Rustlers abound, and Roy (Roy Rogers) is accused of being one of them–until he and sidekick Gabby (George "Gabby" Hayes) clear their names by finding the real culprit. Lots of songs, including a duet by Roy and Gabby.
|Last Train from Gun Hill 1959 N/R, 94 min.|
Genre: Western / Horror / Thriller
Director: John Sturges
Cast: Kirk Douglas, Anthony Quinn, Carolyn Jones, Earl Holliman, Ziva Rodann, Brad Dexter, Walter Sande, Val Avery, Brian G. Hutton, Bing Russell, Dabbs Greer, Ty Hardin, Dick Haynes, Henry Wills
U.S. Marshal Matt Morgan (Kirk Douglas) arrives in the town of Gun Hill while tracking down the vicious killer of his wife. He realizes that one of the killers is Rick (Earl Holliman) who is the son of one of his best friends, Craig Belden (Anthony Quinn). Morgan is able to take Rick prisoner and holes up in a hotel waiting for the last train from Gun Hill that is scheduled to leave at 9 P.M. A standoff ensues, and no one–including Sheriff Bartlett (Walter Sande)–will come to Morgan's aid. Then Morgan receives help from the local madam, Linda (Carolyn Jones), and gets a shotgun and handcuffs. But more violence lies ahead before that last train from Gun Hill leaves town.
|The Ranger and the Lady 1940 N/R, 57 min.|
Director: Joseph Kane
Cast: Roy Rogers, George "Gabby" Hayes, Julie Bishop, Harry Woods, Noble Johnson, Si Jenks, Tom London, Henry Brandon, Ted Mapes, Yakima Canutt, Lloyd Ingraham, Davison Clark, Vester Pegg, Henry Wills, Art Dillard
A Texas Ranger, Captain Roy Colt (Roy Rogers), disagrees with territorial administrator Kinkaid (Henry Brandon) who imposes a tax on wagons using the Santa Fe Trail, but Kinkaid orders Colt and Sgt. Gabby Whittaker (George "Gabby" Hayes) to enforce the ruling. Jane Tabor (Julie Bishop), who owns freighter wagon trains, refuses to pay the tax. After some confusion, Jane, Colt, and Gabby join forces to fight Kinkaid's ruling.
|Saddle the Wind 1958 N/R, 84 min.|
Director: Robert Parrish, John Sturges
Cast: Robert Taylor, Julie London, John Cassavetes, Donald Crisp, Charles McGraw, Royal Dano, Richard Erdman, Douglas Spencer, Ray Teal, Jay Adler, Stanley Adams, Irene Tedrow, Lars Henderson, Henry Wills, Kelo Henderson
Ex-gunslinger Steve Sinclair (Robert Taylor) is engaged to Joan (Julie London) and wants to live quietly as a farmer. Then, along comes his younger brother, Tony (John Cassavetes), who not only demonstrates intense sibling rivalry but also is proud of his abilities with a gun. His temper results in a killing, leading to further tragedy. Good acting and writing (by Rod Serling), along with a fine musical score by Elmer Bernstein, make this an enjoyable tale.
|The San Antonio Kid 1944 N/R, 59 min.|
Director: Howard Bretherton
Cast: Bill Elliott, Robert Blake, Alice Fleming, Linda Stirling, Tom London, Earle Hodgins, Duncan Renaldo, Glenn Strange, LeRoy Mason, Jack Kirk, Robert J. Wilke, Jack O'Shea, Tom London, Tom Steele, Henry Wills
When oil is found by an oil company geologist, he receives aid from a gang to help scare the ranchers into selling their land. But Red Ryder (Bill Elliott) is interfering, so gunslinger San Antonio Kid (Duncan Renaldo) is brought in to deal with Red Ryder. Good luck Red.
|Saskatchewan 1954 N/R, 87 min.|
Genre: Western / Adventure
Director: Raoul Walsh
Cast: Alan Ladd, Shelley Winters, Robert Douglas, J. Carrol Naish, Hugh O'Brian, Richard Long, Jay Silverheels, Anthony Caruso, George J. Lewis, Antonio Moreno, Frank Chase, Lowell Gilmore, Henry Wills, Bob Herron, Russell Saunders
Canadian Mountie O'Rourke (Alan Ladd) and his Cree half-brother Cajou (Jay Silverheels) come upon a wagon train that has been attacked and rescue the sole survivor, Grace Markey (Shelley Winters). Now, they set off across the Saskatchewan terrain seeking safety. They learn that the Sioux Indians are on the warpath and find themselves surrounded by Sioux warriors. O'Rourke escapes and joins Cajou and a war party of Cree Indians in time to defeat the Sioux and win Grace's love.
|Sunset on the Desert 1942 N/R, 55 min.|
Director: Joseph Kane
Cast: Roy Rogers, George "Gabby" Hayes, Lynne Carver, Frank M. Thomas, Beryl Wallace, Glenn Strange, Pat Brady, Bob Nolan, Douglas Fowley, Roy Barcroft, Fred Burns, Henry Wills, Forrest Taylor, Ted Mapes, Art Dillard
Roy Rogers has a dual role-the good guy and the bad leader of the rustler's gang. When the good Roy is mistaken by the gang members for their boss, Roy plays along to get the goods on them. Then the bad Roy shows up. After songs, the good Roy wins.
|1. Bar 20 (1943)|
2. Border Patrol (1943)
3. An Eye for an Eye (1966)
4. In Old Caliente (1939)
5. Last Train from Gun Hill (1959)
6. The Ranger and the Lady (1940)
7. Saddle the Wind (1958)
8. The San Antonio Kid (1944)
9. Saskatchewan (1954)
10. Sunset on the Desert (1942)
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