|Don't Fence Me In 1945 N/R, 71 min.|
Director: John English
Cast: Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, George "Gabby" Hayes, Robert Livingston, Moroni Olsen, Marc Lawrence, Andrew Tombes, Paul Harvey, Lucile Gleason, Tom London, Bob Nolan, Steve Barclay, Douglas Fowley, Edgar Dearing, Ray Teal
Roy Rogers is the proprietor of a dude ranch, and Gabby is one of his ranch hands when magazine journalist Toni Ames (Dale Evans) arrives while working on an article about Wildcat Kelly, an outlaw from the past who supposedly died 40 years ago. Gabby offers to help Toni with her article, and then Toni figures out that Gabby and Wildcat are the same person. She publishes the information, and, soon after, Gabby is shot–but survives. More complications follow before all ends happily. The music makes this movie. Roy Rogers sings the title song written by Cole Porter, and the Sons Of The Pioneers sing two of their biggest hits: "The Last Roundup" and "Tumbling Tumbleweeds."
|Fool's Gold 1947 N/R, 63 min.|
Director: George Archainbaud
Cast: William Boyd, Andy Clyde, Rand Brooks, Robert Emmett Keane, Jane Randolph, Steve Barclay, Harry Cording, Earle Hodgins, Robert Bentley, Fred "Snowflake" Toones, William "Wee Willie" Davis, Forbes Murray, Glen B. Gallagher, Ben Corbett, John Luther
Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) comes to the aid of a friend, an Army Col. Jed Landry (Forbes Murray), whose son, Lt. Bruce Landry (Steve Barclay), has deserted. Hoppy learns that Bruce has joined a gang, led by "Professor" Dixon (Robert Emmett Keane), that plots to steal gold. So, Hoppy goes underground to bring Bruce to his senses AND stop the gang from executing their plan.
|The Great Flamarion 1945 N/R, 78 min.|
Director: Anthony Mann
Cast: Erich von Stroheim, Mary Beth Hughes, Dan Duryea, Steve Barclay, Lester Allen, Esther Howard, Michael Mark, Joseph Granby, John Hamilton, Carmen(2) Lopez, Jack O'Shea, Franklyn Farnum, Jack Chefe, John Elliott, Alex Melesh
Circus performing marksman The Great Flamarion (Erich von Stroheim) falls for his assistant, Connie (Mary Beth Hughes). But, there is a problem: Connie is married to Al (Dan Duryea). The solution is to "accidentally" kill Al, and the deed is done. Will Connie stick with the circus marksman, or will she move on to another man?
|The Mummy's Ghost 1944 N/R, 60 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Reginald LeBorg
Cast: Lon Chaney Jr., John Carradine, Robert Lowery, Ramsay Ames, Barton MacLane, George Zucco, Frank Reicher, Harry Shannon, Emmett Vogan, Lester Sharpe, Claire Whitney, Oscar O'Shea, Ivan Triesault, Steve Barclay, Bess Flowers
This sequel to "The Mummy's Tomb" is yet another horror story involving Kharis the Mummy (Lon Chaney) who gets help from Cult of Akran member Yousef Bey (John Carradine) in the search for his lost love, Princess Ananka (Ramsay Ames). They travel to New England and learn that Ananka's soul has been taken over by an exchange student, Amina Mansouri (also played by Ames), who is studying with Egyptologist Norman (Frank Reicher) and has a boyfriend Tommy (Robert Lowery). Kharis stalks Amina, and when he learns that Yousef Bey is in love with his princess, he kills him. Now, with his reincarnated princess in his arms, the Mummy sinks into a bog and disappears. Followed by "The Mummy's Curse."
|1. Don't Fence Me In (1945)|
2. Fool's Gold (1947)
3. The Great Flamarion (1945)
4. The Mummy's Ghost (1944)
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