|The Happy Years 1950 N/R, 110 min.|
Director: William A. Wellman
Cast: Dean Stockwell, Darryl Hickman, Scotty Beckett, Leon Ames, Margalo Gillmore, Leo G. Carroll, George Chandler, Danny Mummert, Peter M. Thompson
Based on Owen Johnson's "Lawrenceville Stories," Dean Stockwell plays prep-schooler John Humperdink Storer who struggles with professors, girls, and older students as he grows through his adolescent years.
|Santa Fe 1951 N/R, 89 min.|
Genre: Action / Western / Romance
Director: Irving Pichel
Cast: Randolph Scott, Janis Carter, Jerome Courtland, Peter M. Thompson, John Archer, Warner Anderson, Roy Roberts, Billy House, Olin Howland, Allene Roberts, Jock Mahoney, Harry Cording, Sven Hugo Borg, Frank Ferguson, Irving Pichel
Britt Canfield (Randolph Scott) fought as a Confederate in the war, but now he finds a job working with ex-Union forces building the Santa Fe Railroad. He tries to keep his brothers–Terry, Tom, and Clint (Jerome Courtland, Peter M. Thompson, and John Archer)–out of trouble, but after they try to rob the railroad, Britt is forced to help bring them to justice.
|The Wistful Widow of Wagon Gap 1947 N/R, 77 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Western
Director: Charles Barton
Cast: Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Marjorie Main, Audrey Young, George Cleveland, Gordon Jones, William Ching, Peter M. Thompson, Glenn Strange, Diane Florentine, Bill Clauson, Bill O'Leary, Pamela Wells, Jimmy Bates, Rex Lease
Traveling salesmen Chester Primm (Lou Costello) and Duke Egan (Bud Abbott) arrive in the town of Western Gap where Chester accidentally kills a man and then learns that he is responsible for his victim's debts and family. So, he is saddled with Widow Hawkins (Marjorie Main) and her six children. Although Duke tries to find ways to free Chester from his debt to Widow Hawkins, she, in turn, tries to get Chester to propose to her. It turns out that Widow Hawkins owns the most valuable property in town, and by story's end, Chester and saloon owner Jake Frame (Gordon Jones) fight a gun duel.
|1. The Happy Years (1950)|
2. Santa Fe (1951)
3. The Wistful Widow of Wagon Gap (1947)
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