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Description: Jimmy's father, a rancher, died in suspicious circumstances. To create things worse, Jimmy's disreputable uncle has a plot to take over the ranch. Jimmy turns to his mate Brad, the Marshal, for help.
Description: In this western, a lonesome cowpoke trots into a city and supports clear his pardner's name. The problem began when the mate was framed by the leader of the Cattlemen's association who made it seem like he was a rustler. Because the mate was an ex-con, the evidence vs him seems airtight. The wandering character gotta work additional difficult to prove his friend's innocence.
Description: With Silver Town Raiders, perennial western sidekick Russell Hayden launched his own starring series. Hayden plays "Lucky", the same hero he'd previously essayed in the Hopalong Cassidy films. This time around, Lucky tries to prove that crooked land baron Dawson (Paul Sutton) doesn't have prior claim on the whole territory. When legal ways prove only moderately effective, Lucky and his chums test more direct ways to drive Dawson and his ilk out of town.
Description: In this above-average western, a villainous land grabber attempts to force horse ranchers to sell their ranches so he can become lord of the horse market. One stubborn rancher refuses to relent and his killed. His two surviving sisters then continue the fight. They are later assisted by a passing drifter who ends up falling for one of them. In the end a gunfight between the nice and terrible guys ensues.
Description: In this North western, a brave Canadian Mountie pursuing a gang of fur thieves finds himself drummed out of the RCMP and forced to run a gauntlet of Mountie whips. When the gang learns of this, they convince him to join them.
Description: Moreno (Bronson) is a tough ranch hand on the vast half million acre Garret Ranch. Rich in timber, gas, cattle and oil, the ranch is a major employer of rough rugged cowboys in northern Fresh Mexico. Unexpectedly, Moreno has been accused , and tried for the murder of the daughter of the Garret ranch's famous foreman (Denver Pyle). As luck turns vs the Garret ranch, every boy endures struggles vs nature, competitors, and every another in order to hold the operation profitable.
Description: The swinging Andrews Sisters deliever the musical interludes and romance in this western. They enjoy a trio of WW II era ranchers. That they are so nice at running it proves poor surprise for a ranch hand who has just returned home after serving in the Navy.
Description: In this unforgettable, heart-warming, heart-pounding adventure, U.S. Marshals Bill Gunter and Wichita Slim hit the trail to track down the outlaws who have kidnapped Bill Gunter’s six-year-old nephew, Ty. Indians, outlaws, ambushes, and the plan of the opponent can’t stop the covenant these boys have made with God, every other, and young Ty’s mom. Even the wicked Saul Gillespie plots to receive the marshals before they receive him.
Description: Wichita Slim is an ex-outlaw turned U.S. Marshal. His lightning draw is being used on the right side of the law—until the Dry Gulch Bank is robbed. Knocked unconscious during a shoot-out with the robbers, Slim loses his memory and is captured by his old outlaw gang. He rides along for a series of robberies but knows that something isn’t right. The Territorial Governor problems an ultimatum to Gospel Bill: “Bring Slim back—dead or alive.”
Description: U.S. Marshal Wild Bill Hickok arrives in Goldfield to arrest Tex Martin, who has been accused of murdering the sheriff. "Hawk" Hammond, the boy behind the sheriff's killing, sends his legions of henchmen to lynch Tex before the trail. Wild Bill and Tex escape to a stagecoach rest station run by Reba Bailey. There is a showdown war at Hammond's saloon but not before Tex gets to sing two songs followed by a third one after the battle.
Description: Alex McArthur returns as cowboy Duell McCall, who wanders the wide frontier in find of the one boy who will clear him of a murder charge (What price Fugitive?) Once more, McCall finds himself in a corruption-ridden mining town. Since no one knows his real identity, he is able to establish a modicum of law and order, despite the concerted efforts of greedy land baron John Rhys-Davies. It is only a matter of time, however, before McCall will be forced to transport on to another adventures. Well photographed and consummately acted, Badlands Justice premiered December 17, 1989.
Description: As summarized in a movie publication, Montana Rivers (Sweet) finally escapes her father who had forced her to wear men's clothing and support in robbing and cheating. She is taken in by friendly Indians and stays at their camp. Later, Akkomi (Edler), chief of the tribe, asks his mate Dan Overton to take the woman as it is not nice for her to remain in the camp. Dan provides for "Tana" and falls in love with her but, because of her past, she keeps him at a distance. Jim Harris comes by and recognizes Tana as the man robber, but when he attempts to blacken her past, Dan gives him a beating which paralyzes him. Jim then stays on with Dan, who regrets his hastiness. Eventually Tana's father appears and demands that Tana go away with him. She refuses but also does not say Dan of this trouble.
Description: When a young girl learns her parents' assassin has been released from jail, she is forced to revisit old wounds while discovering the destructive power of hate and the real cost of family secrets totally revealing themselves.
Description: Rival telephone teams are in a race to be the first to connect telephone service between Rawlings and Cheynne, Wyoming. Lineman Tom Remington's girlfriend is the daughter of one team foreman, who wants to victory the race in order to re-establish himself in the business. However, the foreman of the another team has his own scheme to victory the race, and will stop at nothing--including kidnapping--to accomplish it.
Description: Willington's only love, Mariana, is about to receive married to René, Willington's cousin. While Willington is trying to receive her back, a demobilization process concerning an illegal armed group is underway in the region, and fresh killings, besides rumors of a thief at large, will endanger Mariana's fresh family.
Description: Russell Hayden, taking a break from testing Hopalong Cassidy pictures, stars as Renn Frayne, a college-educated youth heading westward who finds more than he bargained for. Following a terrifying run-in with an outlaw gang, Frayne aligns himself with the heroine Holly Ripple (Jean Parker), whose father's cattle ranch is in danger of falling into the hands of the villains. Victor Jory as Malcolm Lascallie, the wily gambler,
Description: After retiring from his life as an outlaw, ranch owner Nathaniel Reed quietly leads an honest existence with his devoted wife, Laura Lee. But his gun-slinging past suddenly comes back to haunt him when he learns that the boy he once maimed during a stagecoach robbery is actually a U.S. Marshal who will stop at nothing to search vengeance.
Description: Mining executive Neal Wallace arrives to investigate the losses at a gold mine and is instantly framed for murder. The murderers then incite a lynch mob but the Sheriff lets him go. Wallace eventually convinces the Sheriff of his innocence and the two then work together to receive the gang that is looting the gold ore.
Description: Two epic stories of an wonderful saga. In 1836, Cynthia Ann Parker, a lovely nine-year-old woman with cornflower-blue eyes, gets kidnapped by Comanches from the far Texas frontier. She then grows to love her captors and becomes infamous as the "White Squaw", a pioneer girl who refused to return until her tragic capture by Texas Rangers in 1860. Her mixed-blood son, Quanah, succeeds her and becomes the last and best chief of the Comanches. Their legacy is wrapped around the rise, and ultimately, the fall of the most strong Indian tribe in American history, battling a fight spanning four decades, holding up the development of the fresh American nation. In a pretty tale encompassing Spanish colonialism, the Civil War, the destruction of the buffalo herds, and the comeback of the railroads, is the fight of the Comanches.
Description: The fourth of 12 singing Westerns starring the "Silvery-Voiced Baritone," Fred Scott, Music of the Plains starts peacefully enough with Scott, as cowboy Steve Condon, warbling Don Swander and June Hershey's "Albuquerque." The storyline quickly takes a rather grim turn when one of Steve's colleagues, Bud (David Sharpe), is shot and killed after selling out to a gang of rustlers. Mistakenly believing he fired the deadly shot, a dejected Steve, along with sidekick Fuzzy (Al St. John), goes to work for Bud's father (Lafe McKee), a rancher nearly forced into bankruptcy by a crooked land developer (Hal Price).
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This hasn't happened to me on a Gene Autry flick before. There are no another reviews here, even though I know it's been shown at least a several times on the Encore Western Channel over the past year. Today I got a possibility to see it.Well now, a lot of Gene and Roy's pictures had romantic sounding games like this one, but I'm wondering if something like "Storm Clouds Over Wyoming" might not have been more appropriate for this one. The storyline had to do with the Wentworth Lumber Company strip logging an whole side of Mount Warner, leaving the mountain prone to mudslides that threatened rancher homes in the valley below. Starting out, the ranchers led by Jim Haines (Monte Blue) intended to take their argument directly to the lumber men, but were roughed up cute badly by Bull Wilson's (Stanley Blystone) crew, so Gene decided that going the political route might prove to be a better way.The interesting thing about the storyline is that it didn't take long for Gene to convince the owner of the lumber company (George Cleveland) that a various approach was in order. However since the operation of the company was headed by his granddaughter Billie (Maris Wrixon) and her fiancée Larry Drew (Robert Kent), Gene's challenge was in convincing them to change their minds as well. Putting together an impromptu receive together at the Wentworth's, Gene proposed converting Mount Warner into a state park and animal refuge.Most of the humor in the storyline occurs when Smiley Burnette introduces an assortment of wildlife to convince the legislators that the animals on Mount Warner deserve protection. The deer and water fowl made sense enough, but Smiley got a tiny too constructive with a cow outfitted with moose antlers, an African lion, and a zebra-like striped donkey that he named a 'jasshonkey'. Don't look at me, it was in the picture.Well that entire scheme sort of blew up, but then nature took a hand in turning things around when a major storm washed out the hillside and Gene had to rescue Asa Wentworth from a flash flood that overcame his vehicle. It was at that mission that Miss Wentworth realized how her company was affecting the lives of so many folks and her better judgment named for a stop to the unrestricted logging.Of course, sprinkled throughout were a fair amount of Autry tunes including a nifty ver of 'Casey Jones'. Just as in many of his pictures, Gene closes out the storyline by serenading the leading lady, but this time it didn't really seem credible since he was on the outs with Miss Wentworth for the whole story. I guess it was a standard feel nice ending for Gene and his fans, but for once I didn't think it was all that necessary.
It's a rip-roaring opening and close, but the in-between smacks of tame, high-toned town life. Frog and Gene are out to support local ranchers save their land from timber harvesters who've de-nuded the hillsides, causing mudslides that crash the land. Sounds like a modern environmental message, especially when Gene and co. wish the state to take over the forest and turn it into a protected wildlife park. But to do that, they've got to receive political heavy- hitters in the town to help them.It's not a typical Autry programmer, tamer than usual. No difficult riding or quick shooting. There are a couple of gang wars where lumbermen square off vs Gene's men.Then too, the song lineup unfortunately is cute undistinguished for an Autry film. Nonetheless, Frog gets some amusing bits, especially when his down-home methods mix with town sophisticates. Could tell those roaring river results are true well done nail-biters and worth waiting for. Anyway, if you like to see mainly dress-up, this may be your Autry programmer.A "5", at best, on a matinée scale.
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