|Alimony 1949 N/R, 71 min.|
Genre: Drama / Musical
Director: Alfred Zeisler
Cast: Martha Vickers, John Beal, Hillary Brooke, Douglass Dumbrille, James Guilfoyle, Laurie Lind, Marie Blake, Leonid Kinskey, Ralph Graves, William Ruhl, Harry Lauter, Stanley Blystone, Jack Chefe, Phil Arnold, Don C. Harvey
Kitty (Martha Vickers) has found a good money-making job: she talks wealthy men into leaving their wives and marrying her, then brings lawsuits against them (such as adultery), and wins nice alimony settlements. But, a good job is hard to keep.
|Boots and Saddles 1937 N/R, 60 min.|
Director: Joseph Kane
Cast: Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Judith Allen, Ronald Sinclair, Guy Usher, Bill Elliott, John Ward, Frankie Marvin, Chris-Pin Martin, Stanley Blystone, Bud Osborne, Jerry Frank, Bob Reeves, Duke Taylor, Lynton Brent
Gene Autry has his hands full trying to turn an Englishman, Spud (Ronald Sinclair), into a Westerner after he inherits a ranch. Autry convinces Spud to keep the ranch and raise horses for the Army, but many problems ensue.
|The Duel at Silver Creek 1952 N/R, 77 min.|
Director: Don Siegel
Cast: Audie Murphy, Stephen McNally, Faith Domergue, Susan Cabot, Lee Marvin, Gerald Mohr, Eugene Iglesias, James Anderson, Walter Sande, George Eldredge, Griff Barnett, Stanley Blystone, Wheaton Chambers, Steve Darrell, Harry Harvey
After "The Silver Kid's" (Audie Murphy) father (Harry Harvey) is killed, he teams up with the marshal of Silver Creek "Lightning Tyrone" (Stephen McNally) and fights for law and order when claim jumpers kill miners. Problems ensue when "Lightning Tyrone" is attracted to newcomer Opal Lacy (Faith Domergue), and "Silver Kid" distrusts her and her brother Rod (Gerald Mohr).
|Eyes of Texas 1948 N/R, 67 min.|
Director: William Witney
Cast: Roy Rogers, Lynne Roberts, Andy Devine, Nana Bryant, Roy Barcroft, Danny Morton, Francis Ford, Bob Nolan, Stanley Blystone, Pat Brady, Pascale Perry
U.S. Marshal Roy Rogers comes to investigate the dealings of bad lawyer Hattie E. Waters (Nana Bryant). Ranch owner Thad Cameron (Francis Ford) turned his ranch into a home for boys whose fathers died in World War II. It seems that Waters wants the ranch and will resort to anything, including killer dogs, to get it.
|Galloping Dynamite 1937 N/R, 57 min.|
Director: Harry L. Fraser
Cast: Kermit Maynard, Ariane Allen, John Merton, David Sharpe, Stanley Blystone, Earl Dwire, Budd Buster, John Ward, Bob Burns, Tracy Layne, Bert Dillard, Allen Greer, Bruce Mitchell, Francis Walker, Al Haskell
Gold appears to be the reason that the brother of Texas Ranger Jim Dillon (Kermit Maynard) was killed by the bad guys, and Jim is determined to avenge the killing. Reed (John Merton) is the leader of the outlaw gang, and he offers to make Jim a partner. When Jim leaves, Reed plots to ambush him. That effort fails, but other attempts are made–including framing Jim for murder. Will Jim be hung for the murder, or will Reed finally be stopped.
|The Lone Ranger Rides Again 1939 N/R, 260 min.|
Director: John English, William Witney
Cast: Robert Livingston, Chief Thundercloud, Duncan Renaldo, Jinx Falkenburg, Ralph Dunn, J. Farrell MacDonald, William Gould, Rex Lease, Ted Mapes, John Beach, Glenn Strange, Stanley Blystone
The Lone Ranger (Robert Livingston) and companion Tonto (Chief Thundercloud) return for their second serial–with less mystery and more ridin' and shootin'. Homesteaders aren't welcome in cattleman's valley, so outlaws are hired to keep them out. Again, this good serial has many ambushes, etc. to keep the audience anxious for the next episode as the Lone Ranger and Tonto, with help from Juan (Duncan Renaldo), come to the aid of the settlers.
|Modern Times 1936 N/R, 85 min.|
Director: Charles Chaplin
Cast: Charles Chaplin, Paulette Goddard, Henry Bergman, Chester Conklin, Tiny Sanford, Hank Mann, Stanley Blystone, Al Ernest Garcia, Murdock MacQuarrie, Richard Alexander, Louis Natheaux, Sammy Stein
This movie was written by, directed by, and stars Charlie Chaplin. It is the last movie of the "Little Tramp" and also Chaplin's last "silent" film–although Chaplin's voice is heard for the first time when he sings a song. The humor is visual and remains timeless as Charlie meets the modern industrial age head-on.
|Mr. Moto Takes a Vacation 1939 N/R, 65 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama / Action / Thriller
Director: Norman Foster
Cast: Peter Lorre, Joseph Schildkraut, Lionel Atwill, Virginia Field, John "Dusty" King, Iva Stewart, Victor Varconi, John Bleifer, Harry Strang, John Davidson, G.P. Huntley, Honorable Wu, Morgan Wallace, Anthony Warde, Stanley Blystone
This is the final in the series of J.P. Marquand's clever, polite Mr. Moto played by Peter Lorre. Mr. Moto guards the crown of the Queen Of Sheba, which is on its way to a museum. But the master thief is nearby. A good finale to the successful and entertaining series.
|Remedy for Riches 1940 N/R, 60 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Erle C. Kenton
Cast: Jean Hersholt, Dorothy Lovett, Edgar Kennedy, Jed Prouty, Walter Catlett, Robert Baldwin, Warren Hull, Maude Eburne, Margaret McWade, Hallene Hill, Renie Riano, Barry Macollum, Lester Sharpe, Prudence Penny, Stanley Blystone
Dr. Paul Christian's (Jean Hersholt) friend, Tom Stewart (Warren Hull), claims there is oil on his land and is selling shares to anyone willing to buy. But Stewart is a charlatan. Will Dr. Christian expose him?
|The Riding Avenger 1936 N/R, 58 min.|
Director: Harry L. Fraser
Cast: Hoot Gibson, Ruth Mix, Buzz Barton, June Gale, Stanley Blystone, Ed Cassidy, Roger Williams, Francis Walker, Slim Whitaker, Budd Buster, Blackie Whiteford
Marshal Buck Conners (Hoot Gibson) goes undercover as outlaw 'Morning Glory' Kid in order to infiltrate a gang of rustlers. The ploy works until the two men who buried the outlaw blow the whistle on Buck. Now our hero is in real trouble. But wait, is that a sheriff's posse I hear?
|So's Your Aunt Emma 1942 N/R, 62 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
aka: Meet the Mob
Director: Jean Yarbrough
Cast: Zasu Pitts, Roger Pryor, Douglas Fowley, Warren Hymer, Gwen Kenyon, Elizabeth Russell, Tristram Coffin, Malcolm "Bud" McTaggart, Stanley Blystone, Jack Mulhall, Dick Elliott, Wheeler Oakman, Eleanor Counts, Gene O'Donnell, George Eldredge
Spinster Aunt Emma (Zasu Pitts) travels to the big city to attend the boxing match of Mickey O'Banion (Malcolm "Bud" McTaggart) who is the son of her long-dead beau. Emma uncovers the fact that Mickey is a victim of mobsters controlling the boxing matches, and the gangsters mistakenly believe that Emma heads up the Ma Barker gang. Emma goes along with the deception, joins forces with reporter Terry (Roger Pryor), and frees Mickey from gang control.
|Sunset in the West 1950 N/R, 67 min.|
Director: William Witney
Cast: Roy Rogers, Estelita Rodriguez, Penny Edwards, Gordon Jones, Will Wright, Pierre Watkin, Charles La Torre, William Tannen, Steve Pendleton, Paul E. Burns, Foy Willing, John Daheim, Augie Gomez, Bob Burns, Stanley Blystone
Gunrunners are on the loose, and between songs Roy Rogers, the deputy sheriff, is after them.
|Sunset in Wyoming 1941 N/R, 65 min.|
Director: William Morgan
Cast: Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Maris Wrixon, George Cleveland, Sarah Edwards, Monte Blue, Robert Kent, Dick Elliott, John Dilson, Stanley Blystone, Frank O'Connor, Nora Lane, Mary MacLaren, Lloyd Whitlock, Bob Woodward
Gene Autry just can't accept the stripping of all the timber from the land, which can result in flooding, and he steps in to solve the problem.
|Torture Ship 1939 N/R, 57 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Victor Halperin
Cast: Lyle Talbot, Irving Pichel, Julie Bishop, Sheila Bromley, Anthony Averill, Eddie Holden, Russell Hopton, Julian Madison, Wheeler Oakman, Stanley Blystone, Skelton Knaggs
Intent on curing criminal minds, Dr. Herbert Stander (Irving Pichel) transports escaped criminals on Lt. Bob Bennett's (Lyle Talbot) ship with plans to operate on them at a remote island.
|West of Cimarron 1941 N/R, 56 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Adventure
Director: Lester Orlebeck
Cast: Bob Steele, Tom Tyler, Rufe Davis, Lois Collier, Guy Usher, Roy Barcroft, Cordell Hickman, Budd Buster, James Bush, Hugh Prosser, Cactus Mack, Mickey Rentschler, Stanley Blystone, Nick Stewart, Jack Holmes
Following the Civil War, the Three Mesqueteers–Stony Brooke (Tom Tyler), Tucson Smith (Bob Steele), and Lullaby Joslin (Rufe Davis)–return to Texas. They end up in the middle of a deadly war in which Ken Morgan's (James Bush) "bushwackers" are fighting unfair taxing of the citizens by renegade officers Bentley (Hugh Prosser) and Captain Hawkes (Roy Barcroft). After a confrontation during which Stony and Tucson are put in prison, Rastus (Cordell Hickman) sends for the Inspector General, Major Briggs (Stanley Blystone), and the renegade officers are finally defeated.
|We're Not Dressing 1934 N/R, 80 min.|
Genre: Musical / Comedy
Director: Norman Taurog
Cast: Bing Crosby, Carole Lombard, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Ray Milland, Ethel Merman, Leon Errol, Ben Hendricks Jr., Ernie Adams, Stanley Blystone, Jay Henry, Sam Ash, Charles Morris, Ted Oliver, Mike Lally
The guests of rich heiress Doris Worthington (Carole Lombard) are shipwrecked when her yacht sinks off a tropical island. One of the deck hands, Stephen Jones (Bing Crosby), is the only one who knows rules of survival, and he shows the stranded society set how to find food and shelter.
|Windjammer 1937 N/R, 60 min.|
Director: Ewing Scott
Cast: George O'Brien, Constance Worth, William Hall, Brandon Evans, Gavin Gordon, Stanley Blystone, Lal Chand Mehra, Ben Hendricks Jr., Lee Shumway, Sam Flint, Frank Hagney
Assistant District Attorney Lane (George O'Brien) boards a commodore's (Brandon Evans) yacht in order to serve a summons on the powerful Naval officer. But, when the yacht is attacked by gunrunners, Lane steps in to save passengers and crew.
|You Only Live Once 1937 N/R, 87 min.|
Director: Fritz Lang
Cast: Sylvia Sidney, Henry Fonda, Barton MacLane, Jean Dixon, William Gargan, Warren Hymer, Charles "Chic" Sale, Margaret Hamilton, Guinn "Big Boy" Williams, Jerome Cowan, John Wray, Walter De Palma, Ward Bond, Stanley Blystone, William Ruhl
Just when ex-con Eddie Taylor (Henry Fonda) and his fiancee Joan Graham (Sylvia Sidney) were on the verge of finding happiness, Eddie is arrested for a robbery in which he had no part. Months later, Eddie kills the prison chaplain and breaks out of prison; he and Joan are forced to run from the police.
|Young Eagles 1930 N/R, 75 min.|
Director: William A. Wellman
Cast: Charles "Buddy" Rogers, Jean Arthur, Paul Lukas, Stuart Erwin, Frank Ross, Jack Luden, Virginia Bruce, Gordon De Main, James Finlayson, Freeman Wood, George Irving, Stanley Blystone
A World War I pilot, Lieutenant Robert Banks ("Buddy" Rogers), experiences adventures in the air as a fighter as well as on the ground as a lover.
|1. Alimony (1949)|
2. Boots and Saddles (1937)
3. The Duel at Silver Creek (1952)
4. Eyes of Texas (1948)
5. Galloping Dynamite (1937)
6. The Lone Ranger Rides Again (1939)
7. Modern Times (1936)
8. Mr. Moto Takes a Vacation (1939)
9. Remedy for Riches (1940)
10. The Riding Avenger (1936)
11. So's Your Aunt Emma (1942)
aka: Meet the Mob
12. Sunset in the West (1950)
13. Sunset in Wyoming (1941)
14. Torture Ship (1939)
15. West of Cimarron (1941)
16. We're Not Dressing (1934)
17. Windjammer (1937)
18. You Only Live Once (1937)
19. Young Eagles (1930)
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