|Apache Rose 1947 N/R, 75 min.|
Director: William Witney
Cast: Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Olin Howland, George Meeker, Minerva Urecal, John Laurenz, Bob Nolan, Russ Vincent, LeRoy Mason, Donna Martell, Terry Frost, Conchita Lemus, Tex Terry, Pat Brady, Ken Terrell
Oil prospector Roy Rogers tries to get drilling rights to an old Spanish land grant in California. Problems arise when Roy has to contend with boat gamblers who are after the oil-rich land themselves. Meanwhile, Billie Colby (Dale Evans) finds her life is threatened, and she teams up with Roy to get the goods on the gamblers.
|Barbed Wire 1952 N/R, 61 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Comedy / Musical
Director: George Archainbaud
Cast: Gene Autry, Pat Buttram, Anne James, William Fawcett, Clayton Moore, Leonard Penn, Michael Vallon, Terry Frost, Eddie Parker, Sandy Sanders, Roy Bucco, Harry Harvey, Bud Osborne, Pat O'Malley, Bob Woodward
When the railroad threatens to interfere with cattle trails from Texas to Kansas, Gene Autry rides to the rescue.
|The Flying Serpent 1946 N/R, 59 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Horror / Thriller
Director: Sherman Scott
Cast: George Zucco, Ralph Lewis, Hope Kramer, Eddie Acuff, Milton Kibbee, Budd Buster, Wheaton Chambers, Henry Hall, James Metcalf, Terry Frost, Richard Crane
In this remake of "The Devil Bat," an archeologist (George Zucco) uses a deadly bird to protect an Aztec treasure from would-be poachers.
|The Last Outpost 1951 N/R, 88 min.|
aka: Cavalry Charge
Director: Lewis Foster
Cast: Rhonda Fleming, Ronald Reagan, Bruce Bennett, Bill Williams, Peter Hansen, Noah Beery Jr., Hugh Beaumont, John Ridgely, Lloyd Corrigan, Charles Evans, Iron Eyes Cody, Chief Yowlachie, James Burke, Terry Frost, Harold Goodwin
Brothers–Capt. Vance Britten and Col. Jeb Britton (Ronald Reagan and Bruce Bennett)–who fought on opposing sides during the Civil War find they must join forces against their common enemy: the Indians.
|The Monster Maker 1944 N/R, 62 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Sam Newfield
Cast: J. Carrol Naish, Ralph Morgan, Tala Birell, Wanda McKay, Terry Frost, Glenn Strange, Alexander Pollard, Sam Flint
Mad Dr. Igor Markoff (J. Carrol Naish) conducts his acromegaly (a disease that enlarges the body's bones) experiments on humans, turning them into grotesque-looking creatures. He falls in love with pianist Anthony Lawrence's (Ralph Morgan) daughter, Patricia (Wanda McKay), but she will have nothing to do with him. So, of course, he injects Anthony with his acromegaly-inducing drug thinking that, when he cures Anthony, Patricia will love him, AND he may be able to extort money from the victim. But, alas, life isn't that simple.
|Pirates of the High Seas 1950 N/R, 260 min.|
Director: Spencer Gordon Bennet, Thomas Carr
Cast: Buster Crabbe, Lois Hall, Symona Boniface, Gene Roth, Tristram Coffin, Stanley Price, Marshall Reed, I. Stanford Jolley, Terry Frost, Pierce Lyden, Neyle Morrow, Tommy Farrell
There's a lot happening on a tropical island what with pirates raiding the place and the search for a cache of diamonds stolen by Nazis during World War II (among other goings-on). The pirate ship is particularly troublesome since it can turn into a submarine. Things change for the good guys when Navy-buddy Jeff (Buster Crabbe) is called in by his friends in this cheap, but fun, 15-episode serial.
|Silver Canyon 1951 N/R, 71 min.|
Director: John English
Cast: Gene Autry, Pat Buttram, Gail Davis, Jim Davis, Bob Steele, Edgar Dearing, Kenne Duncan, Eugene Borden, Richard Alexander, Terry Frost, Peter Mamakos, Stanley Andrews, Art Dillard, Boyd "Red" Morgan, Jack O'Shea
Confederate guerilla raiders, led by Wade McQuarrie (Jim Davis) invade a town in Utah, and Union scouts Gene Autry and "cougar" Claggett (Gene Autry and Pat Buttram) are framed for the deeds. After the inevitable escape, they set things right.
|Texas Lawmen 1951 N/R, 54 min.|
Director: Lewis D. Collins
Cast: Johnny Mack Brown, James Ellison, I. Stanford Jolley, Lee Roberts, Terry Frost, Marshall Reed, Lane Bradford, Lyle Talbot, John Hart, Roy Butler, Pierce Lyden, Stanley Price
The Morrow gang, led by Bart Morrow (I. Stanford Jolley), robs a stagecoach, killing the sheriff (Pierce Lyden). On his deathbed, sheriff hands his badge to his deputy Tod (James Ellison) urging him to catch the gang. When Marshal Johnny (Johnny Mack Brown) is assigned to track down the gang, he asks for help from Tod. But Tod is Morrow's son, and is torn between his duty and his family. He comes to the conclusion that he must help the Marshal.
|Valley of Fire 1951 N/R, 63 min.|
Director: John English
Cast: Gene Autry, Pat Buttram, Gail Davis, Russell Hayden, Gregg Barton, Harry Lauter, Christine Larsen, Terry Frost, William Fawcett, Teddy Infuhr
This Comedy/Western features Gene Autry as the mayor of a town of men who REALLY need females. So, along comes the wagon of women, but the ride is bumpy.
|Waterfront 1944 N/R, 68 min.|
Director: Steve Sekely
Cast: John Carradine, J. Carrol Naish, Maris Wrixon, Edwin Maxwell, Terry Frost, John Bleifer, Marten Lamont, Olga Fabian, Claire Rochelle, Billy Nelson, Gene Roth
Supposed optometrist Carl Decker (J. Carrol Naish) is, in reality, the head of the local Nazi espionage ring working from the San Francisco docks. His power lies in what is written in his little black book, forcing local German-Americans to support his cause. When his assistant, Victor (John Carradine), challenges Carl for the leadership, the U.S. has a chance to be saved. Another shot of motivation for the U.S. citizenry during World War II.
|1. Apache Rose (1947)|
2. Barbed Wire (1952)
3. The Flying Serpent (1946)
4. The Last Outpost (1951)
aka: Cavalry Charge
5. The Monster Maker (1944)
6. Pirates of the High Seas (1950)
7. Silver Canyon (1951)
8. Texas Lawmen (1951)
9. Valley of Fire (1951)
10. Waterfront (1944)
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