|Bells of San Angelo 1947 N/R, 78 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Mystery / Musical
Director: William Witney
Cast: Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Andy Devine, John McGuire, Fritz Leiber, Eddie Acuff, Bob Nolan, Olaf Hytten, David Sharpe, Fred "Snowflake" Toones, Hank Patterson, Doc Adams, Ralph Bucko, Roy Bucko, James Linn
Rex Gridley (John McGuire) is leading smugglers doing their business around the Mexican border. Border Patrolman Roy Rogers has been sent to investigate and gets help from local Sheriff Cookie Bullfincher (Andy Devine) and Lee Madison (Dale Evans), a novelist. Plans go awry, but it is Lee who comes up with the solution, and they put an end to the smuggling.
|Beyond the Last Frontier 1943 N/R, 55 min.|
Director: Howard Bretherton
Cast: Eddie Dew, Smiley Burnette, Lorraine Miller, Robert Mitchum, Harry Woods, Ernie Adams, Richard Clarke, Charles Miller, Kermit Maynard, Curley Dresden, Ralph Bucko, Cactus Mack, Frank O'Connor, Art Dillard, Wheaton Chambers
This is a story of intrigue between Texas Rangers and smugglers, led by Big Bill Hadley (Harry Woods), as each tries to outwit the other to attain their own goals. After Hadley discovers that the Rangers have planted Johnny Revere (Eddie Dew) into his gang to act as a spy, he sends Trigger Dolan (Robert Mitchum) to join the Rangers, and the intrigue continues.
|Blazing Across the Pecos 1948 N/R, 56 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Adventure / Musical
Director: Ray Nazarro
Cast: Charles Starrett, Smiley Burnette, Patricia Barry, Paul Campbell, Charles C. Wilson, Thomas E. Jackson, Chief Thundercloud, Jock Mahoney, Jack Ingram, Pat O'Malley, Red Arnall, Ralph Bucko, Pat O'Malley, Blackie Whiteford, Pierce Lyden
The masked hero, The Durango Kid (Charles Starrett), is back and comes to the aid of an inept sheriff (Smiley Burnette). When the town's mayor, Ace (Charles C. Wilson), hears that The Durango Kid has been killed, he sets out to terrorize his business rival. But who is that new deputy to the sheriff? One of the weaker films in the series.
|Border Law 1931 N/R, 62 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Drama
Director: Louis King
Cast: Buck Jones, Lupita Tovar, Jim Mason, Frank Rice, Glenn Strange, Don Chapman, Lafe McKee, Lou Hicks, F.R. Smith, John Wallace, Ralph Bucko, Herman Hack, Bud Osborne, Al Taylor, Slim Whitaker
Working undercover for the Texas Rangers, Jim Houston (Buck Jones) and Thunder Rogers (Frank Rice) infiltrate an outlaw gang led by Shag Smith (Jim Mason) to avenge the murder of Jim's brother. Their plot is to get the gang to cross back over the border where the Rangers will be waiting for them.
|Borderland 1937 N/R, 82 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Adventure / Mystery
Director: Nate Watt
Cast: William Boyd, James Ellison, George "Gabby" Hayes, Morris Ankrum, John Beach, Nora Lane, Charlene Wyatt, Trevor Bardette, Earle Hodgins, Al Bridge, George Chesebro, John St. Polis, Roy Bucko, Ralph Bucko, Ed Cassidy
"Fox" (Morris Ankrum) leads a tough gang that does its "business" along the Mexican border. Hoppy (William Boyd) poses as an outlaw in order to infiltrate the gang and bring Fox and other members to justice. He comes to town acting as coarse and nasty as possible in order to get noticed, and it works–he is hired by the leader. Hoppy finds out that Fox has been posing as the town's moron, but he is found out. Will Hoppy succeed in his mission? A good entry.
|Carson City Kid 1940 N/R, 66 min.|
Director: Joseph Kane
Cast: Roy Rogers, George "Gabby" Hayes, Bob Steele, Noah Beery Jr., Pauline Moore, Francis McDonald, Hal Taliaferro, Arthur Loft, Ted Mapes, Chester Gan, George Rosener, Yakima Canutt, Art Dillard, Ralph Bucko, Roy Bucko
The Carson City Kid (Roy Rogers) earns the reputation of an outlaw while on the trail of the man who killed his brother. He robs stagecoaches looking for evidence, and the search leads him to a town where the killer, Morgan Reynolds (Bob Steele) who is now using the alias Lee Jessup, runs a saloon. The Kid gets a job as a guard at Jessup's saloon and eventually exacts his revenge.
|Man from Hell's Edges 1932 N/R, 63 min.|
Director: Robert N. Bradbury
Cast: Bob Steele, Nancy Drexel, Julian Rivero, Robert Homans, George "Gabby" Hayes, Gilbert Holmes, Earl Dwire, Dick Dickinson, Perry Murdock, Blackie Whiteford, Bud Osborne, Ralph Bucko, Bud Pope, Charles West, Thomas G. Lingham
Secret Service agent Bob Williams (Bob Steele), using the name of 'Flash' Manning to nab the gang that killed his father, goes to prison as a means of getting to the gang leader. After breaking out of prison, he is able to infiltrate the gang and serve justice.
|Rollin' Plains 1938 N/R, 60 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Adventure / Mystery / Romance
Director: Albert Herman
Cast: Tex Ritter, Horace Murphy, "Snub" Pollard, Harriet Bennet, Hobart Bosworth, Ed Cassidy, Karl Hackett, Charles King, Ernie Adams, Lynton Brent, Horace B. Carpenter, Hank Worden, Ralph Bucko, Roy Bucko, Carl Mathews
Texas Ranger Tex Lawrence (Tex Ritter) and fellow Rangers Ananias (Horace Murphy) and Pee Wee ("Snub" Pollard) ride into town to settle a feud between cattlemen and sheep men. But it's not all that simple since the feud is being fueled by a respected citizen, Dan Barrow (Karl Hackett) who has his eyes set on being the big boss.
|Wild Horse Mesa 1947 N/R, 61 min.|
Director: Wallace Grissell
Cast: Tim Holt, Nan Leslie, Richard Martin, Tom Keene, Jason Robards Sr., Tony Barrett, Harry Woods, William Gould, Robert Bray, Dick Foote, Frank Yaconelli, Herman Nowlin, Roy Bucko, Ralph Bucko, Chick Hannon
Dave (Tim Holt) and sidekick Chito (Richard Martin) take on the job of rounding up wild mustangs for Pop Melbern (Jason Robards Sr.). When the dastardly Jay (Harry Woods) kills Pop and takes the horses, Dave and Chito take off–hot on his trail. Pop's daughter Sue (Nan Leslie) is the love interest in this tale based on a Zane Grey story.
|Yodelin' Kid from Pine Ridge 1937 N/R, 62 min.|
Director: Joseph Kane
Cast: Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Betty Bronson, LeRoy Mason, Charles Middleton, Russell Simpson, Jack Kirk, Art Mix, Frankie Marvin, Henry Hall, Jack Dougherty, Guy Wilkerson, Fred "Snowflake" Toones, Ralph Bucko, Roy Bucko
The Georgia cattlemen and woodsmen keep feudin' and fightin' until Gene Autry steps in with his friends to tame things.
|1. Bells of San Angelo (1947)|
2. Beyond the Last Frontier (1943)
3. Blazing Across the Pecos (1948)
4. Border Law (1931)
5. Borderland (1937)
6. Carson City Kid (1940)
7. Man from Hell's Edges (1932)
8. Rollin' Plains (1938)
9. Wild Horse Mesa (1947)
10. Yodelin' Kid from Pine Ridge (1937)
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