|Cowboy and the Prizefighter 1950 N/R, 60 min.|
Director: Lewis D. Collins
Cast: Jim Bannon, Don Reynolds, Don Haggerty, John Hart, Emmett Lynn, Karen Randle, Marin Sais, Marshall Reed, Forrest Taylor, Lou Nova, Bud Osborne, Steve Clark
In this fourth, and final, film starring Jim Bannon as Red Ryder, Red and sidekick Little Beaver (Don Kay Reynolds), along with Steve (Don Haggerty) who had saved Red's life, take on a crooked fight promoter while rooting out the killer of Red's father.
|The Fighting Redhead 1949 N/R, 55 min.|
Director: Lewis D. Collins
Cast: Jim Bannon, Don Reynolds, Emmett Lynn, Marin Sais, John Hart, Peggy Stewart, Lane Bradford, Forrest Taylor, Lee Roberts, Bob Duncan, Sandy Sanders, Bill Hammond, Spooky Reynolds, Ray Jones
A call for help brings Red Ryder (Jim Bannon) and sidekick Little Beaver (Don Kay Reynolds) to town to take care of a murdering gang of cattle rustlers.
|Framed 1947 N/R, 81 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery
Director: Richard Wallace
Cast: Glenn Ford, Janis Carter, Barry Sullivan, Edgar Buchanan, Karen Morley, Barbara Woodell, Sid Tomack, Al Bridge, Stanley Andrews, Walter Baldwin, Jim Bannon, Eugene Border, Kenneth MacDonald, "Snub" Pollard, Paul E. Burns
After being setup by Paula Craig (Janis Carter), Mike Lambert (Glenn Ford) finds himself accused of murder and robbery.
|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.
|They Came to Cordura 1959 N/R, 123 min.|
Director: Robert Rossen
Cast: Gary Cooper, Rita Hayworth, Van Heflin, Tab Hunter, Richard Conte, Michael Callan, Dick York, Robert Keith, Jim Bannon, Edward Platt
Set during World War I, this is the story of Major Thomas Thorn's (Gary Cooper) mission into Mexico where he leads his men in pursuit of Pancho Villa and becomes involved with a politician's daughter (Rita Hayworth).
|Tonight and Every Night 1945 N/R, 92 min.|
Director: Victor Saville
Cast: Rita Hayworth, Janet Blair, Lee Bowman, Marc Platt, Leslie Brooks, Florence Bates, Ernest Cossart, Philip Merivale, Patrick O'Moore, Shelley Winters, Dusty Anderson, Stephen Crane, Jim Bannon, Cecil Stewart, Charles McNaughton
This wartime film is about Rosalind Bruce (Rita Hayworth) and other London entertainers, including Judy Kane (Janet Blair) and Tommy Lawson (Marc Platt), who valiantly provide entertainment during the days of the bombing of London by Nazis. Between shows, Rosalind falls in love with RAF pilot Paul Lundy (Lee Bowman), while Judy and Tommy find romance with each other. But, Judy and Tommy are killed during a bombing, and Rosalind and Paul must part. Songs include "Anywhere," "Cry, and You Cry alone," "You Excite Me," "The Boy I Left Behind," and "Tonight and Every Night." Check out Shelley Winters in the chorus.
|Unknown World 1951 N/R, 70 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Romance
Director: Terry O. Morse
Cast: Victor Kilian, Bruce Kellogg, Otto Waldis, Jim Bannon, Marilyn Nash, Tom Handley, Dick Cogan, George Baxter, Harold Miller
With bomb shelters being "the thing" in the 1950s, this film comes up with a sure winner for a shelter: the center of the Earth. A team led by scientist Jeremiah Morley (Victor Kilian) builds a giant drilling machine to do just that. And the expedition begins, with hazards sure to lie ahead.
|War Arrow 1953 N/R, 78 min.|
Director: George Sherman
Cast: Maureen O'Hara, Jeff Chandler, John McIntire, Suzan Ball, Noah Beery Jr., Charles Drake, Henry Brandon, Dennis Weaver, Jay Silverheels, Jim Bannon, Stephen Wyman, Bradford Jackson, Dick Fortune, Roy Whaley, Kermit Maynard
Major Howell Brady (Jeff Chandler) recruits Seminole Indians to help the Cavalry put down the marauding Kiowa tribe that has been conducting raids in the Oklahoma Territory. Despite the odds, Brady is successful, AND he even wins the heart of beautiful Elaine Corwin (Maureen O'Hara).
|1. Cowboy and the Prizefighter (1950)|
2. The Fighting Redhead (1949)
3. Framed (1947)
4. The Man from Colorado (1948)
5. They Came to Cordura (1959)
6. Tonight and Every Night (1945)
7. Unknown World (1951)
8. War Arrow (1953)
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