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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.
Description: Alan Curtis plays the game character, a pacifistic Native American called Young Eagle. When his tribesmen start killing off white settlers, Young Eagle is opposed to the carnage. In order to assure a lasting peace, however, the chief gotta deal with renegade Apache Black Wolf (Russell Hayden). Apache Chief was the second movie to be lensed with the Garutso Balanced Lens, which gave the illusion of a three-dimensional result (the first was Deputy Marshal).
Description: Western star Charles Starrett was amazing; he kept making the same movie over and over, but everytime made it seem as if it was for the first time. In West of Sonora, Starrett once again plays a frontier good-guy called Steve (Steve Rollins, to be exact), who, when the need arises, disguises himself as The Durango Kid, masked righter of wrongs. This time, Steve/Durango champions the cause of 10-year-old Penelope Clinton (Anita Castle), who has spent her short life as the focus of a feud between her grandfathers, suspected outlaw Black Murphy (Steve Darrell) and Sheriff Jack Clinton (George Cheseboro).
Description: The differences between West of El Dorado and Johnny Mack Brown's previous 1949 cars are minimal. Once again, Brown is teamed with Maximum "Alibi" Terhune, comic ventriloquist extraordinaire. In this outing, Johnny and Alibi test to straighten out a hostile young man (Teddy Infuhr) whose older brother was a notorious stagecoach bandit. When a gang of thieves test to strong-arm the child into revealing the whereabouts of the stolen loot, Johnny and Alibi come to the rescue. There's a cursory romantic subplot involving heroine Mary (Reno Browne) and Barstow (Marshall Reed).
Description: Things receive under method when US marshal Tom (Starrett) finds himself in the midst of a range war. The villains are a band of rustlers who enjoy both sides of the confrontation vs one another, the better to transport in and claim all the livestock.
Description: Trail of Terror is a PRC Studios western starring Dave O'Brien (here billed as Dave "Tex" O'Brien) and Jim Newell. Texas ranger O'Brien has an outlaw twin brother. When his sibling is killed, O'Brien assumes his identity in order to infiltrate a gang of stagecoach robbers.
Description: The second of Columbia Pictures' four "Wild Bill Saunders" westerns, Pioneers of the Frontier details William Elliott as the game hero who discovers that his uncle Mort (Lafe McKee) has been murdered by an unscrupulous ranch foreman, Matt Brawley (Dick Curtis). But before he can right Brawley's wrongs, Wild Bill is arrested for a murder he didn't commit. Sidekick Cannonball Sims (Dub Taylor) and disgruntled woman rancher Joan Darcy (Dorothy Comingore) plot to break Wild Bill out of jail but Brawley is wise to their plan.
Description: Randall and his sidekick Manny (Frank Yaconelli) played horse traders battling a greedy and unscrupulous rival (Tom London). When some of his stock disappears, Jack follows the trail to a ranch belonging to Harriet Morgan (Marin Sais) and her young niece, Ann (Phyllis Ruth). A white stallion is accused of luring the Morgan mares astray but the horses are in reality being rustled by the ever-present London and his henchman (Charles King).
Description: Jack is looking for the boy that was responsible for the death of his sister after he hired her as a school teacher. When he runs into school teacher Ann who was just hired by Corey, he later realizes Corey is the boy he is after. Lacking proof, he works on Corey's nerves hoping to receive a confession from him.
Description: Two brothers settle a wilderness, one builds the biggest cattle ranch in the state while the another creates a minigame preserve to protect the wild life. Problem lies ahead.....
Description: Some intelligent directorial touches by veteran Elmer Clifton support lift Days of Old Cheyenne from the B-western norm. Don "Red" Barry stars as Clint Ross, whose skill at fisticuffs earns him the city marshal's job in the titular western town. Thanks to the string-pulling of political boss Large Bill Harmon (William Haade), Ross makes it all the method up to the governor's office. But when Ross figures out that Large Bill is a Large Crook, it's showdown time. Featured in the cast of Days of Old Cheyenne is Elmer Clifton's silent-film contemporary Herbert Rawlinson, cast in a poignant role as the retiring governor.
Description: There is a range fight between the ranchers led by Tilden and the outlaw gang of Url Carson. Wanted outlaw Dude Ramsey arrives and joins up with Tilden. First he saves the ranchers from Carson's trap and then exposes Pearson as Carson's informant and assassin of Steve Warner.
Description: Shortly before Universal Pictures disbanded its "B" unit, the studio inaugurated an energetic western series starring Rod Cameron. In Beyond the Pecos, Cameron plays a rancher at odds with longtime rival Eddie Dew (himself a "B" sagebrush star at another studios). The two brawny boys in Stetsons war over rights of oil land that borders both their properties.
Description: Serials usually spawned detail movie versions, but with this film, it was the another method around. A 1932 Buck Jones Western, White Eagle was made into a serial nine years later, again starring Jones in the game role, a (supposedly) Native American Pony Express Rider defending his folks vs a gang of evil Whites.
Description: Fur thieves, who murder trappers when they refuse to give up their pelts at a weak price, occupy the attention of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police. The leader of the gang is Victor Renaud (Dick Curtis), also the mayor of the tiny Canadian city where the gang is headquartered. Lucky Kerrigan is broken from the mounted service for apparent disobedience to orders, which effects in the death of a fellow Mountie. Lucky, working undercover, aids the Mounties in rounding up the gang and gains back his uniform, and also the love of Gabrielle Renaud (Adele Mara), Renaud's sister who was unaware of his criminal activities.
Description: Johnny Mack Brown dons a marshal's badge in the Monogram western Border Bandits. Brown's sworn duty is to bring in a gang of crooks whose hideout is on the another side of the Mexican border. Aiding Brown in his task are faithful sidekicks Raymond Hatton and Riley Hill. For reasons unknown, Brown is allowed to sing on occasion, despite the indifference of millions. Border Bandits benefits from the assured direction of veteran horse-opera helmsman Lambert Hillyer. Read more at http://www.allmovie.com/movie/border-bandits-v6698#KZjtZou6qvrzIxzI.99
Description: In this western, a young cowboy rides out to avenge his father's killer. Eventually, he finds the scoundrel, but by this time opts not to slay him for the cowboy has fallen in love with the outlaw's niece. Later, the assassin ends up killed and the character is blamed for the crime.
Description: John Malvin (Lon McCallister), prospecting the Montana zone during the gold rush, sees bandits slay a miner and his son. He eludes the outlaws by hiding near a stagecoach relay station run by "Possum" Enoch (Eddy Waller) and his daughter Clair (Wanda Hendrix), with whom John Falls in love with. Sheriff Henry Plummer (Preston Foster), secret head of the outlaws, learns John witnessed the killings and sends him as his deputy on a risky point with a planned ambush.
Description: In this western, a paroled desperado and his twin, a preacher, wander about the Old West to bring "salvation." The parson starts trying to support a gang leader's niece whose uncle has been forcing parolees to join him or return to prison. Naturally he tries to rope the paroled twin into his gang.
Description: Wayne Morris' B-western series was the last of its type to be produced in Hollywood. Texas Terrible Boy casts Morris as a sheriff who happens to be the son of inveterate thief Frank Ferguson. Knowing full well that Ferguson's gang intends to steal a shipment of gold, Morris gotta stay up nights trying to second-guess his crafty dad. While there's no shortage of action, the resolution to the storyline relies more on brawn than brain. Western "regulars" Sheb Wooley, Myron Healey and Denver Pyle do their usual in secondary roles, as does Elaine Riley as the requisite (but hardly crucial) heroine.
Description: A "special" by Monogram standards, Lure of the Wasteland was lensed in a not inexpensive process named Telco-color. Grant Withers takes a break from his duties in the "Mister Wong" series to enjoy Smitty, a US marshal assigned to track down $250,000 in stolen bonds.
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