|7th Cavalry 1956 N/R, 75 min.|
aka: Seventh Cavalry
Director: Joseph H. Lewis
Cast: Randolph Scott, Barbara Hale, Jay C. Flippen, Jeanette Nolan, Frank Faylen, Leo Gordon, Denver Pyle, Harry Carey Jr., Michael Pate, Donald Curtis, Frank Wilcox, Pat Hogan, Russell Hicks, William Leslie, Peter Ortiz
Captain Tom Benson (Randolph Scott) is branded a coward at the Army outpost because he missed Custer's battle at Little Big Horn, which resulted in no survivors. He volunteers to lead a detail to retrieve and bury the bodies at the battlefield and accomplishes his mission despite threats by the Indians.
|Arrowhead 1953 N/R, 105 min.|
Genre: Western / Drama / Romance
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Cast: Charlton Heston, Jack Palance, Katy Jurado, Brian Keith, Mary Sinclair, Milburn Stone, Richard Shannon, Lewis Martin, Frank DeKova, Robert J. Wilke, Peter Coe, Pat Hogan, James Anderson, John Pickard, Richard Farnsworth
A peace treaty between the United States government and the Apache Indians is threatened by the actions of Ed Bannon (Charlton Heston). As a White child, Bannon was raised by Apaches, and now he holds bitterness in his heart toward them. When the Apache chief's college-educated son, Toriano (Jack Palance), leads the Apaches in bloody raids against the cavalry, the officers refuse to heed Bannon's warnings. Toriano and Bannon finally confront each other, and Bannon kills Toriano, which brings peace between the troopers and the Apaches.
|Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier 1955 N/R, 90 min.|
Genre: Family / Adventure / Western / Drama
Director: Norman Foster
Cast: Fess Parker, Buddy Ebsen, Basil Ruysdael, Hans Conried, Kenneth Tobey, William Bakewell, Pat Hogan, Helene Stanley, Nick Cravat, Don Megowan, Mike Mazurki, Jeff Thompson, Henry Joyner, Campbell Brown, Ray Whitetree
This classic TV offering about the true American hero Davy Crockett (Fess Parker) combines the three Disney segments onto DVD. Buddy Ebsen takes the role of Davy's sidekick George Russell who is with Davy from his days as an Indian fighter, through his term in Congress, and finally at San Antonio where they try unsuccessfully to aid Col. Jim Bowie (Kenneth Tobey) in defending the Alamo.
|Gun Fury 1953 N/R, 83 min.|
Director: Raoul Walsh
Cast: Rock Hudson, Donna Reed, Philip Carey, Lee Marvin, Neville Brand, Leo Gordon, Roberta Haynes, Mel Welles, Forrest Lewis, Pat Hogan
When his fiancee (Donna Reed) is kidnapped and held hostage by stagecoach robbers, our hero (Rock Hudson) rides to her rescue. This film was originally shot in 3-D and had some exciting special effects that, unfortunately, were lost in the change to video.
|Kiss of Fire 1955 N/R, 87 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Drama
Director: Joseph M. Newman
Cast: Barbara Rush, Jack Palance, Rex Reason, Martha Hyer, Leslie Bradley, Alan Reed, Lawrence Dobkin, Steven Geray, Joseph Waring, Pat Hogan, Karen Kadler, Henry Rowland, Bernie Gozier, Dave Kashner, John Mansfield
In this romantic drama, a member of the Spanish aristocracy, Princess Lucia (Barbara Rush), is living in Santa Fe, New Mexico, when she learns that the king is dying. Spanish nobleman turned outlaw El Tigre (Jack Palance) escorts Lucia back to Europe, and along the hazardous trek they fall in love. Now, Lucia chooses love over royalty and gives up the throne for true love.
|The Last Frontier 1955 N/R, 97 min.|
Genre: Western / Drama
aka: Savage Wilderness
Director: Anthony Mann
Cast: Victor Mature, Guy Madison, Robert Preston, James Whitmore, Anne Bancroft, Guy Williams, Russell Collins, Peter Whitney, Pat Hogan, Mickey Kuhn, Manuel Donde, Regis Parton, John L. Cason, Jack Pennick, Robert St. Angelo
Trapper Jed Cooper (Victor Mature) signs up as a scout at an Army fort in Oregon and is attracted to Corinna Marston (Anne Bancroft). Corinna is the wife of the ruthless Colonel Frank Marston (Robert Preston) who commands the fort and alienates everyone–including his own wife and soldiers–at the outpost he commands when he orders the unprepared men to attack the Indian warriors.
|Lure of the Wilderness 1952 N/R, 90 min.|
Director: Jean Negulesco
Cast: Jean Peters, Jeffrey Hunter, Constance Smith, Walter Brennan, Tom Tully, Harry Shannon, Will Wright, Jack Elam, Harry Carter, Pat Hogan
A man accused of murder and his daughter spend years hiding from the law and learning to survive in the Okefenokee Swamp.
|Pony Express 1953 N/R, 101 min.|
Director: Jerry Hopper
Cast: Charlton Heston, Rhonda Fleming, Jan Sterling, Forrest Tucker, Michael(2) Moore, Porter Hall, Richard Shannon, Henry Brandon, Stuart Randall, Pat Hogan
As part of its Manifest Destiny, the United States government founded the Pony Express in the middle of the 19th century to link the East with its interests in California. This is the larger-than-life story about Buffalo Bill Cody (Charlton Heston) and Wild Bill Hickok (Forrest Tucker) as they battled to keep the Pony Express running.
|Savage Sam 1963 N/R, 103 min.|
Genre: Family / Western / Drama / Adventure
Director: Norman Tokar
Cast: Brian Keith, Tommy Kirk, Kevin Corcoran, Dewey Martin, Jeff York, Marta Kristen, Rafael Campos, Slim Pickens, Royal Dano, Rodolfo Acosta, Pat Hogan, Dean Fredericks, Brad Weston
Three children–Travis (Tommy Kirk), Arliss (Kevin Corcoran), and Lisbeth (Marta Kristen)–are kidnapped by Apaches, but the family dog, Savage Sam, comes to the rescue in this Disney sequel to "Old Yeller."
|Secret of Treasure Mountain 1956 N/R, 68 min.|
Director: Seymour Friedman
Cast: Valerie French, Raymond Burr, William Prince, Lance Fuller, Susan Cummings, Pat Hogan, Reginald Sheffield, Rodolfo Hoyos Jr., Paul McGuire, Tom Hubbard, Boyd Stockman
Two-hundred years ago, a Spaniard buried a fortune in gold in Apache territory. The Apaches killed the intruder and put a curse on the gold. Now a band of characters search for the gold, but the curse seems to still be effective.
|Sign of the Pagan 1955 N/R, 91 min.|
Director: Douglas Sirk
Cast: Jeff Chandler, Jack Palance, Ludmilla Tcherina, Rita Gam, Jeff Morrow, Pat Hogan, Michael Ansara, Allison Hayes, Eduard Franz, George Dolenz, Alexander Scourby, Howard Petrie, Leo Gordon, Moroni Olsen, Fred Nurney
This attempt at a spectacular is about Attila the Hun's (Jack Palance) advancing army's threat to the Holy Roman Empire. Attila captures Roman centurion Marcian, but he escapes and learns about a plot between Attila and Roman Emperor Theodosius (George Dolenz) involving Attila's planned attack on Rome. As Attila continues on his quest, what lies ahead?
|1. 7th Cavalry (1956)|
aka: Seventh Cavalry
2. Arrowhead (1953)
3. Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier (1955)
4. Gun Fury (1953)
5. Kiss of Fire (1955)
6. The Last Frontier (1955)
aka: Savage Wilderness
7. Lure of the Wilderness (1952)
8. Pony Express (1953)
9. Savage Sam (1963)
10. Secret of Treasure Mountain (1956)
11. Sign of the Pagan (1955)
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