|Billy the Kid Trapped 1942 N/R, 59 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Adventure
Director: Sam Newfield
Cast: Buster Crabbe, Al St. John, Malcolm "Bud" McTaggart, Anne Jeffreys, Glenn Strange, Walter McGrail, Ted Adams, Jack Ingram, Milton Kibbee, Eddie Phillips, Budd Buster, Wally West, Herman Hack, Horace B. Carpenter, George Chesebro
Billy (Buster Crabbe), Fuzzy (Al St. John), and Jeff (Malcolm "Bud" McTaggart) are rescued by outlaws Montana (Budd Buster), Pete (Wally West), and Curley (George Chesebro) who then assume disguises as Billy, Fuzzy, and Jeff. They rob and murder, and now Billy and his friends must work to clear their names.
|The Last of the Mohicans 1932 N/R, 230 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure
Director: Ford Beebe, B. Reeves Eason
Cast: Harry Carey, Hobart Bosworth, Frank Coghlan Jr., Edwina Booth, Lucile Browne, Walter Miller, Bob Kortman, Walter McGrail, Nelson McDowell, Edward Hearn, Mischa Auer, Yakima Canutt, Jim Corey, Joan Gale
James Fenimore Cooper's classic tale is presented as a 12-chapter serial. Frontier guide Hawkeye (Harey Carey) and his Indian friends, Chingachgook and Uncas (Hobart Bosworth and Frank Coghlan Jr.), fight against the corrupt soldiers and the evil Indian Magua (Bob Kortman).
|Men Without Women 1930 N/R, 76 min.|
Director: John Ford
Cast: Kenneth MacKenna, Frank Albertson, Paul Page, Walter McGrail, Stuart Erwin, Warren Hymer, J. Farrell MacDonald, George LeGuere, Charles K. Gerrard, Ben Hendricks Jr.
Following a disabled submarine's descent to the ocean's floor, the desperate crew works out a rescue plan for their survival.
|Murder by the Clock 1931 N/R, 74 min.|
Director: Edward Sloman
Cast: William "Stage" Boyd, Lilyan Tashman, Irving Pichel, Regis Toomey, Blanche Friderici, Walter McGrail, Sally O'Neil, Lester Vail, Frank Sheridan, Lenita Lane
Police Lieutenant Valcour (William "Stage" Boyd) is put in the position of tying together a bizarre woman who has a communications device in her grave with a series of murders performed like clockwork.
|Night Nurse 1931 N/R, 73 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery / Thriller
Director: William A. Wellman
Cast: Barbara Stanwyck, Joan Blondell, Ben Lyon, Charles Winninger, Clark Gable, Edward J. Nugent, Blanche Friderici, Walter McGrail, Ralf Harolde, Vera Lewis, Charlotte Merriam, Marcia Mae Jones, Jed Prouty, Allan Lane, Betty Jane Graham
Student nurse Lora Hart (Barbara Stanwyck) learns of a plot to starve her young patients Nanny (Marcia Mae Jones) and Desney (Betty Jane Graham) who are heirs to a large inheritance. The family chauffeur Nick (Clark Gable) plans to marry the children's mother (Charlotte Merriam), and he wants to take control of the inheritance. Now it is up to Lora's nurse friend B. Maloney (Joan Blondell) and bootlegging boyfriend Mortie (Ben Lyon) to come to Laura's aid and save the children.
|Riders of the West 1942 N/R, 58 min.|
Director: Howard Bretherton
Cast: Buck Jones, Tim McCoy, Raymond Hatton, Sarah Padden, Harry Woods, Walter McGrail, Christine McIntyre, Charles King, Milburn Morante, Dennis Moore, Kermit Maynard, Tom London, Jack Kirk, Bud Osborne, Lee Phelps
In this continuation of the "Rough Riders" series, rustling is becoming a problem in the Red Bluff area, prompting Ma Turner (Sarah Padden) to call for help from the Rough Riders–Marshal Buck Rogers (Buck Jones), Marshal Tim McCall (Tim McCoy), and Marshal Sandy Hopkins (Raymond Hatton). As usual, the three arrive at different times with different undercover occupations. It doesn't take long before the town's sheriff (Lee Phelps), banker (Walter McGrail), and saloon owner (Harry Woods) are found to be part of the problem, and the gang is brought to justice.
|Seas Beneath 1931 N/R, 90 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: John Ford
Cast: George O'Brien, Marion Lessing, Mona Maris, Walter C. Kelly, Warren Hymer, Steve Pendleton, Walter McGrail, Larry Kent, Henry Victor, John Loder, Francis Ford, Leonard Davison, Joseph Depew, Bob Kyle, Ben Hall
During World War I, a German U-boat has been sinking too many allied ships, so the U.S. Navy goes after it using an innocent-looking schooner that is towing a submarine. The idea is to lure the German submarine out to attack. There is an interesting encounter with lady spies during a stop in the Canary Islands in this film that has some good John Ford touches.
|The Shadow Strikes 1937 N/R, 61 min.|
Director: Lynn Shores
Cast: Rod La Rocque, Agnes Anderson, James Blakely, Walter McGrail, Kenneth Harlan, Bruce Kellogg, Cy Kendall, Norman Ainsley, John Carnivale, John St. Polis, Wilson Benge, James C. Morton, John Elliott, John Dilson, Jack Ingram
The popular radio sleuth, Lamont Cranston/"The Shadow" (Rod La Rocque), who could "cloud men's minds" is brought to the screen as he pursues the killer of a wealthy man while the police try to pin the killing on him.
|The Sun Never Sets 1939 N/R, 98 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Action / Drama
Director: Rowland V. Lee
Cast: Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Barbara O'Neil, Basil Rathbone, Lionel Atwill, C. Aubrey Smith, Cecil Kellaway, Virginia Field, Melville Cooper, Mary Forbes, Theodore von Eltz, John Burton, Arthur Mulliner, Douglas Walton, Sidney Bracey, Walter McGrail
The Randolph brothers, John (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) and Clive (Basil Rathbone), perform a patriotic act to prevent a war in Africa that threatens British colonies in the area.
|Sunset Range 1935 N/R, 60 min.|
Genre: Western / Comedy / Drama / Action
Director: Ray McCarey
Cast: Hoot Gibson, Mary Doran, James Eagles, Walter McGrail, John Elliott, Ralph Lewis, Eddie Lee, Kitty McHugh, Fred Humes, Fred Gilman, Horace B. Carpenter, Slim Whitaker, Ed Jones, Fred Humes, William Gillis
Reasonin' Bates (Hoot Gibson) and his pals ride to the rescue of Bonnie (Mary Doran) after Grant (Walter McGrail) and his henchmen kidnap her to recover stolen money that they had hidden in her luggage.
|1. Billy the Kid Trapped (1942)|
2. The Last of the Mohicans (1932)
3. Men Without Women (1930)
4. Murder by the Clock (1931)
5. Night Nurse (1931)
6. Riders of the West (1942)
7. Seas Beneath (1931)
8. The Shadow Strikes (1937)
9. The Sun Never Sets (1939)
10. Sunset Range (1935)
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