|Arizona Stage Coach 1942 N/R, 58 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Adventure
Director: S. Roy Luby
Cast: Ray Corrigan, John "Dusty" King, Max Terhune, Nell O'Day, Slim Whitaker, Kermit Maynard, Charles King, Carl Mathews, Jack Ingram, Riley Hill, Forrest Taylor, Steve Clark, Slim Harkey, Stanley Price, Frank Ellis
The Range Busters–Crash Corrigan, Dusty King, and Alibi Terhune (Ray Corrigan, John "Dusty" King, and Max Terhune)–come to the aid of their friend Larry Meadows (Forrest Taylor) whose small stagecoach line is being terrorized by Tim Douglas' (Charles King) gang. After the gang commits murders, the Range Busters put an end to the gang.
|Back Street 1941 N/R, 84 min.|
Director: Robert Stevenson
Cast: Charles Boyer, Margaret Sullavan, Richard Carlson, Frank McHugh, Tim Holt, Frank Jenks, Esther Dale, Samuel S. Hinds, Marjorie Gateson, Cecil Cunningham, Peggy Stewart, Nell O'Day, Kitty O'Neil, Nella Walker, Dale Winter
Charles Boyer and Margaret Sullavan are a believable team as they play star-crossed lovers Walter and Rae who, due to a mix-up, do not marry. Five years later, they meet again. Rae is engaged to marry Curt (Richard Carlson), and Walter has married another woman. Their love has lasted over the years, and Rae agrees to be Walter's mistress–an affair that will last for many years.
|Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie 1941 N/R, 57 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Musical
Director: Ray Taylor
Cast: Johnny Mack Brown, Fuzzy Knight, Nell O'Day, Kathryn Adams, Lee Shumway, Harry Cording, Jack Rockwell, Ernie Adams, Ed Cassidy, Pat J. O'Brien, Jim Corey, William Desmond, Frank O'Connor, Don House, Bud Osborne
After Joe Henderson's (Johnny Mack Brown) brother is murdered by J.L. "Red" Clinton (Harry Cording) and his gang of claim jumpers, Joe sets out to extract revenge.
|Convention Girl 1935 N/R, 66 min.|
Director: Luther Reed
Cast: Rose Hobart, Weldon Heyburn, Sally O'Neil, Herbert Rawlinson, Toni Reed, Shemp Howard, Ruth Gillette, James Spottswood, Lucille Mendez, Nancy Kelly, Alan Brooks, William H. White, Nell O'Day
Cynthia "Babe" Laval (Rose Hobart) is a queen in her world of Atlantic City call girls, but she would love to live a normal life. One possibility is for Babe to marry Bill Bradley (Weldon Heyburn), but she refuses to settle down with him because he owns a gambling house. When she meets wealthy Ward Hollister (Herbert Rawlinson), Babe thinks he could be the answer to her dreams. But problems arise, and now Bill looks pretty good to Babe.
|Rawhide Rangers 1941 N/R, 56 min.|
Director: Ray Taylor
Cast: Johnny Mack Brown, Fuzzy Knight, Kathryn Adams, Nell O'Day, Riley Hill, Harry Cording, Al Bridge, Frank Shannon, Ed Cassidy, Bob Kortman, Chester Gan, Jim Farley, Jack Rockwell, George Plues, Tex Palmer
A gang is successful in extorting money from the local ranchers until Brand's (Johnny Mack Brown) brother is killed by gang members. Brand quits the Texas Rangers and becomes an outlaw himself, gaining enough success to be noticed by the gang. Yes, he is actually undercover and brings the bad guys to justice.
|1. Arizona Stage Coach (1942)|
2. Back Street (1941)
3. Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie (1941)
4. Convention Girl (1935)
5. Rawhide Rangers (1941)
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