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Description: Larry Connell arrives in a border city run by Sheriff Bull Weyman and Branch Doughty. Connell wins the sheriff's ranch at draw poker, but Weyman uses his influence with Judge Hyland to have Larry declared bankrupt. Larry attempts to war foul with fair, but the sale of his cattle pushes him over the edge. Larry holds up Doughty and subsequently gets arrested, but escapes, intending to blow up the sheriff's office.
Description: THE BALLAD OF IMMORTAL JOE is the third "chapter" of Beastly Bards, written with a nod to traditional cowboy songs and to the northern ballads of Robert W. Service. "Immortal Joe" puts a haunted twist on a tragically romantic Western. Voiced by the unbelievable Canadian actor Kenneth Welsh (Twin Peaks, The Aviator, The Day After Tomorrow). Produced in partnership with our nice mates at Varipix, The Ballad Of Immortal Joe is the third "chapter" in the silly rhyme collection "Beastly Bards".
Description: Two Gun Law perpetuated the cinematic winning streak established early in 1937 by western star Charles Starrett and director Leon Barsha. The action never lets up as character Bob Larson (Charles Starrett) takes on an impressive triumvirate of villains (Charles Middleton, Alan Bridge and Dick Curtis).
Description: In perhaps the most tranquil B-Western of the 1930s, Buck Jones, who also produced, plays the tough but goodhearted proprietor of the Bonanza, the only gambling establishment in otherwise God-fearing Silver Creek. Noel Francis, who used to enjoy blonde schemers in Warner Bros. gangster films, earns second billing as the casino's equally goodhearted chanteuse.
Description: Filmed at the Providencia Ranch (today's Forrest Lawn in Burbank, CA), this typical "Durango Kid" Western featured the Cass County Men performing "Go West Young Lady" by Sammy Cahn and Saul Chaplin, in addition to series regular Smiley Burnette singing his own "It's My Turn" and "The Yodeler. This time, the Durango Child (Charles Starrett) is chasing down a gang of outlaws shipping stolen gold in crates marked "ring bolts," ably assisted by Smiley, a treasury agent working undercover as a house painter. Virginia Maxey supplies female interest and tiny Tommy Ivo, in one of his six appearances in the Durango Child series, also gets in the method of the action.
Description: Johnny Mack Brown was nearing the end of his starring career when he appeared in the Monogram oater Dead Man's Trail. Brown and his youthful sidekick Jimmy Ellison come to the aid of imperiled Barbara Allen. At this point, Johnny was too long in tooth and thick around the middle to qualify as a romantic lead, hence the presence of Ellison.
Description: In his final Western for Poverty Row's Metropolitan Pictures, Bob Steele played Bob Hall, a lawman looking into a series of cattle rustlings. The leader of the rustlers, rancher Farley (Ted Adams), hires assassin Pete Childers (George Cheseboro) to impersonate a deputy sheriff and gain Sheriff Hall's confidence.
Description: Though Don "Red" Barry is the star of Jesse James, Jr., he plays a hero called Johnny Barrett. The stage is a tiny western town, lacking telegraph service. Each time the locals test to set up communications with the Outside World, they are thwarted by an outlaw gang.
Description: "Wild" Bill Elliot is the star of Prairie Gunsmoke. This time Elliot is paired with Tex Ritter, both of whom prove the bane of the terrible guys' existence. It's fun to watch Ritter swing into action the moment he finishes singing, though Elliot may not have been overly satisfied at sharing the spotlight. The leading lady is Virginia Carroll, one of Hollywood's greatest horsewomen.
Description: Summarily accused of murder, drifters Duke (Foran), Pancho (Carrillo) and Andy (Devine) are tossed into the hoosegow, only to be released when their alibi checks out. Far from offended by his ill treatment, Duke agrees to take the job of sheriff, retaining Pancho and Andy as his deputies. The gruesome threesome then sets about to solve a series of mysterious Wells Fargo robberies
Description: Bringing Bart Calhoun (Marshall Reed) to justice for his complicity in a robbery/murder, Johnny assumes that his job is over. Not by a long shot! Calhoun's arrest leads to the uncovering of a wide-ranging conspiracy to smuggle silver from Mexico to the United States.
Description: Benjamin Ortalora is a young boy who leaves Buenos Aires after murdering a rival. He goes to Montevideo where his cool boldness draws the attention of gang leader Azevedo Bandeira. When the old bandit becomes ill, Ortalora makes a determined enjoy to take his place.
Description: The Mormon pastor Mateo is obsessed by the murder of his father, which he witnessed as a child, but raises a church and preaches vs violence. The gunman Gumaro supports the preacher when two outlaws present up and kills one of them. Four brothers of the dead outlaw attack the preacher's ranch and slay his pregnant wife, his son, a worker and leave the pastor for dead. He recovers, forgets his sermons and sets out to take vengeance on the murderers.
Description: Two sworn opponents gotta place aside their differences and join forces to catch a gang of thieves led by a girl named "The Yara". They gotta war to save their village from the bandits and do everything important to prevent The Yara from controlling their destinies.
Description: A boy called Tony is captured riding the horse of Lee Corey, a missing delivery boy for a local mining company. Tony claims to have purchased the horse from two men, but the sheriff believes he has murdered Corey and stolen the horse. Tony is sent to the gallows, but escapes hanging with the support of Corey's mistress and sets out to search the true killer.
Description: Bob Carson and sidekick Grizzly take a job driving a scene for a line that is being repeatedly robbed. The culprits zone a huge box on the scene in which Runt can hide and steal the gold without the driver or guard knowing it. When Bob realizes what is happening, he replaces Runt in the box in hope of catching the outlaws.
Description: The city of Goldfield Town lives in anarchy. There is no sheriff and mayor Baker gotta endure a gang of outlaws led by the evil Kotin, who keeps the population in control by fear of punishment. But everything has a limit... as a last and desperate attempt to save his people, mayor Baker appoints a head-hunter called R.M. Hunter as the fresh sheriff. Hunter is known for its effectiveness and his poor methods. But Kotin and his gang are not going to withdraw without a bitter and bloody struggle.
Description: In California in 1848, Brunton through his stooge Sheriff is evicting the Mexicans from their ranches. Major John Freeman and his units arrive to investigate. Keeping his units hidden and appearing out of uniform, he takes up the war vs Brunton. He supports a rancher who has been evicted before his taxes were due only to search him murdered and this leads to the showdown between Brunton's boys and the soldiers.
Description: When Hines kills the Colonel for his money, the Colorado Child is arrested and then found guilt of the murder. Bibben beaks him out of jail and soon identifies some of the bills spent by Hines to have been part of the cash stolen from the Colonel. The Child actually knows he is the one he is after and heads out to receive a confession.
Description: Johnny Mack (Johnny Mack Brown ) is hired by Lois Benton (Virginia Carroll) as a hand on her ranch, formerly run by Daley, who is in jail on a payroll theft charge. Despite the warning for foreman Rusty Steele (Raymond Hatton), Johnny sees true estate agent Kirby (Bill Kennedy), who wants to purchase the Benton ranch. When Johnny refuses to align with Kirby, he is forced to knock out henchman Moran (Marshall Reed) in a fist fight. Rusty finds on henchman Harris (Forrest Matthews), when he is caught spying on the ranch, half a map revealing the zone of the missing payroll.
Description: Johnny Williams (Johnny Mack Brown) returns to his home city of Beaufort, and finds himself when being chased by banker Henry Stevens (Tristram Coffin), Grangers Association head Les Travers (Ed Cassidy as Edward Cassidy) and true estate agent Frank Wilkins (Ted Adams.)
Description: Local "patriot's league" leader secretly kills off ranchers, buys up their estates, which are undermined with tin ore; Marshal and singing cowpoke squad up to search villain and motive.
Description: Briefly switching gears in 1942 and 1943, western star Charles Starrett made a handful of "northerns" in which he played a Canadian mountie. In Law of the Northwest, Steve Lord (Starrett) supervises a road-construction project designed to move fight materials to the Aleutians. Issues arise when a crooked contractor decides that his interests are more necessary than the fight effort.
Description: West of Carson Town remains one of the greatest of Johnny Mack Brown's Universal westerns. The storyline takes zone in a gold-rush community where the locals are taken to the cleaners by duplicitious Eastern gamblers. When it becomes obvious that the local constabulary has been "bought off" by the crooks, two-fisted cattleman Jim Bannister (Brown) swings into action. The film's highlight is an outsized fistic brawl between the character and secondary villain Breed, played by loose-limbed comic stuntman Frank Mitchell.
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When you photocopy an photo repeatedly, every copy will be slightly more blurred and cruder than the original. When it comes to the Euro-westerns of the 1960s and 1970s, something related happened. Films like Ramon il messicano and Nato per uccidere (Born to Kill, 1967) are virtual carbon copies of scenes from Leone's Dollars movies. However, they were made by less talented or resourceful film-makers.Genre films are all about the reproduction of earlier films, but in order to hold the audience interested they have to be surprised with fresh variations on the tried-and-true themes. Films like Django (1966) or Johnny Yuma (1966) from the same year present how this could be done - they are more respectful of the audience. Then there are ultra-cheap examples like this Ramon il Messicano.For the most part, the film is a remix of Fistful of Dollars (1964). Hero names are the same - a Ramon (Morales instead of of Ramon Rojo), vs the Baxters. The barkeep is a Silvanito look alike; Slim is hidden in a cave by an elderly sympathizer; the story of FoD involving Ramon and Marisol is refashioned into between Ramon and Esmeralda; both films have a massacre of the Baxters; the melody is very related to melody from the first two Dollars movies; and so on.For the most part the movie is crudely shot and staged, appearing cute amateurish. This works in it's favor in a couple of scenes near the beginning of the movie,such as during the funeral of Ramon's brother. The static quality and the slow pacing now work in the scene's favor, especially the funeral stage which is the greatest one in the movie. I was briefly hoping that this was a hidden if unpolished gem. Much of the rest of the film is filled with inane scenes of boys riding horses to pad the running time or a hilarious and nonsensical wagon stage - this stage may now be a reason to see this movie.Maurizio Pradeaux was not a very prolific director or screenwriter, but he did write the screenplay for one another Euro-western, 1972's I senza dio, a better (thought equally low-budget) effort than this one. Claudio Undari appeared in a number of Euro-westerns, including I tre implacabili (1963), Il mio nome e Shanghai Joe (1972), and Condenados a vivir (1972).Synopsis: Ramon's brother attempts to rape Esmeralda (Vilma Lindamar) and is shot by Slim Baxter (Jean Louis). His father and older brother urge him go into hiding as Ramon Morales (Claudio Undari) and his gang will seek vengeance. Ramon has paid off the drunken sheriff, so a reward is place out on Slim. Ramon kills Slim's father and rapes Esmeralda, provoking Slim to come out of hiding to face him. Slim is shot down, but not killed. Esmeralda prays to the Virgin Mary, telling that she knows that she sinned with Ramon and will marry him if she allows Slim to recover, which he does. Slim then forms an outlaw gang to seek revenge and Esmeralda goes to Ramon. On Ramon's wedding day, Slim arrives disguised as the priest and they face every another in a final duel.Top spaghetti western list http://imdb.com/mymovies/list?l=21849907Average SWs http://imdb.com/mymovies/list?l=21849889For completest only (bottom of the barrel) http://imdb.com/mymovies/list?l=21849890
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