|Angel and the Badman 1947 N/R, 100 min.|
Genre: Romance / Western
Director: James Edward Grant
Cast: John Wayne, Gail Russell, Harry Carey, Irene Rich, Bruce Cabot, Lee Dixon, Stephen Grant, Tom Powers, Olin Howland, Paul Hurst, Craig Woods, John Halloran, Kenne Duncan, Joan Barton, Marshall Reed
In this John Wayne movie, he plays wounded gunslinger Quirt Evans who becomes the patient in a family of Quakers. The daughter, Penelope Worth (Gail Russell), of the house falls for him and tries to keep him from going after his enemy Laredo Stevens (Bruce Cabot) who had murdered his foster father. Over time, Quirt changes his ways and begins life anew with Penelope.
|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.
|On the Old Spanish Trail 1947 N/R, 57 min.|
Director: William Witney
Cast: Roy Rogers, Jane Frazee, Andy Devine, Tito Guizar, Estelita Rodriguez, Charles McGraw, Bob Nolan, Fred Graham, Steve Darrell, Marshall Reed, Wheaton Chambers, Sons of the Pioneers, Pat Brady, Ed Cassidy, Edward Keane
While traveling with his carnival, Roy Rogers needs $10,000 to pay off a carnival loan. He learns from his sidekick, Cookie Bullfincher (Andy Devine), that there is a $10,000 reward being offered for the capture of gypsy Rico Perado (Tito Guizar), and he captures him. But, Roy soon realizes that Rico is innocent and lets him go. The real villain is Harry Blaisdell (Charles McGraw) who Roy chases down and brings to justice. The reward money saves the carnival, and the show moves on to the next town.
|Pirates of the High Seas 1950 N/R, 260 min.|
Director: Spencer Gordon Bennet, Thomas Carr
Cast: Buster Crabbe, Lois Hall, Symona Boniface, Gene Roth, Tristram Coffin, Stanley Price, Marshall Reed, I. Stanford Jolley, Terry Frost, Pierce Lyden, Neyle Morrow, Tommy Farrell
There's a lot happening on a tropical island what with pirates raiding the place and the search for a cache of diamonds stolen by Nazis during World War II (among other goings-on). The pirate ship is particularly troublesome since it can turn into a submarine. Things change for the good guys when Navy-buddy Jeff (Buster Crabbe) is called in by his friends in this cheap, but fun, 15-episode serial.
|Sound Off 1952 N/R, 83 min.|
Director: Richard Quine
Cast: Mickey Rooney, Anne James, Sammy White, John Archer, Gordon Jones, Wally Cassell, Arthur Space, Boyd "Red" Morgan, Pat Williams, Marshall Reed, Al Eben, Paul Bryar, Paul Campbell, Helen Ford, Mary Lou Geer
Blake Edwards wrote the screenplay for this film in which Mike Donnelly (Mickey Rooney) is drafted and ends up entertaining the troops and a certain WAC, Lieutenant Colleen Rafferty (Anne James).
|Texas Lawmen 1951 N/R, 54 min.|
Director: Lewis D. Collins
Cast: Johnny Mack Brown, James Ellison, I. Stanford Jolley, Lee Roberts, Terry Frost, Marshall Reed, Lane Bradford, Lyle Talbot, John Hart, Roy Butler, Pierce Lyden, Stanley Price
The Morrow gang, led by Bart Morrow (I. Stanford Jolley), robs a stagecoach, killing the sheriff (Pierce Lyden). On his deathbed, sheriff hands his badge to his deputy Tod (James Ellison) urging him to catch the gang. When Marshal Johnny (Johnny Mack Brown) is assigned to track down the gang, he asks for help from Tod. But Tod is Morrow's son, and is torn between his duty and his family. He comes to the conclusion that he must help the Marshal.
|1. Angel and the Badman (1947)|
2. Cowboy and the Prizefighter (1950)
3. On the Old Spanish Trail (1947)
4. Pirates of the High Seas (1950)
5. Sound Off (1952)
6. Texas Lawmen (1951)
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