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Description: Pinto Child was one of Charles Starrett's last "formula" westerns before he permanently assumed the screen guise of the Durango Kid. The storyline takes territories just after the Civil War, with hostilities between Yanks and Rebels still in result between Kansas and Texas. The villain, cattle rustler Vic Landreau (Paul Sutton), intends to enjoy both factions down the middle for his own benefit. But Landreau meets his match in the form of wandering do-gooder Jud Calvert (Charles Starrett).
Description: The Lone Rider Tom assumes a former outlaw's identity (Keno) to learn where the gold from his last large heist is hidden. He tries to receive the database from Blackie Dawson, but Blackie gets suspicious.
Description: Outlaws of the Pandhandle was the last of Charles Starrett's "formula" westerns for Columbia: hereafter, Starrett would be seen only in the guise of frontier medico Steven Monroe or masked do-gooder The Durango Kid. For the moment, however, the star is cast as Jim Endicott, bound and determined to place an end to the underhanded activities of gin-mill operator Faro Jack Vaughn (Norman Willis). The villain's tactic is to receive the local cowpunchers tanked up on rotgut that they'll prove to be simple pickings for a gang of rustlers-and will be unable to finished work on a railroad spur which will bypass the outlaws' hideaway.
Description: Western star Charles Starrett makes one of his periodic forays into the Nice White North in Columbia's Royal Mounted Patrol. When villainous lumberman Frenchy Duvalle (Donald Curtis) refuses to limit his wood-chopping activities, he inadvertently touches off a forest fire. Trapped in the middle of the conflagration, Frenchy's only hope for rescue is mountie Tom Jeffries (Charles Starrett), presently scouring the countryside in his scout plane. Jeffries' reasons for bringing Frenchy out safely are twofold: he gotta deliver the renegade lumberjack to the authorities, and he happens to be in love with Frenchy's sister Betty (Wanda McKay).
Description: PRC's shoddy Frontier Marshal series came to a merciful end with this below-average Western starring radio personalities Bill "Cowboy Rambler" Boyd and Art Davis and former serial ace Lee Powell. They come to the aid of miner Pop Lawrence (Karl Hackett) and his daughter, Susan (Julie Duncan), whose foreman (Jack Ingram) is stealing tungsten ore on behalf of saloon proprietor Large Ben Salter (Charles King). Pop's son and heir, Joe (Howard Masters), is framed in his father's killing by the nefarious Large Ben, who wants to receive his greedy hands on Susan's inheritance, the Paradise Mine. Marshal Powell and his two rather inactive sidekicks are unable to save Joe's life and the movie ends on a rather downbeat note with Susan the only Lawrence left standing.
Description: In a saloon shooting, a cowboy thinks he killed Prince Katey, a boy he closely resembles. Cannonball arrives and thinking the cowboy to be Katey, gets him to return to the Katey ranch where the mother is in trouble. She thinks her missing son has returned and even though the Sheriff is chasing him, he decides to take up the mother's war vs the boy who is trying to throw her off the ranch.
Description: A nice entry in one of the better B-Western series of the 1940s, A Tornado in the Saddle starred Russell Hayden as the fresh sheriff of Crestview. Hot on the trail of a gang of claim jumpers led by Dalton (Tristram Coffin) and Slim (Donald Curtis), the novice lawman also has to deal with hotheaded wrangler turned deputy Bob Wilson (Bob Wills), whom he is constantly forced to fight, but only after prudently removing his sheriff's star.
Description: In this western, a ranch foreman and the bosses son go to a saloon to slake their thirst and search themselves in the midst of a war started by the feisty saloon owner's wicked ex-husband who loots the secure in the ensuing scuffle.
Description: It's Wild Bill Elliot as Wild Bill Hickok in the Columbia B-western Lone Star Vigilantes. This time out, Elliot is teamed with singing cowboy Tex Ritter, while comedy relief is provided by diminutive stuntman Frank Mitchell. Returning from Civil Fight duty, Hickok, Tex Martin (Ritter) and Cannonball (Mitchell) search that their Texas home city is under the rule of Colonel Monroe (Forrest Taylor), a bush-league dictator with his own police force. In real Hitlerian fashion, Monroe extorts large sums of cash from the populace, terrorizing them into silence. Our three heroes set about to place an end to Monroe's regime, with time out for Tex Ritter's musical interludes.
Description: Bob Day has been captured by Marlow's gang. When Tim Barton and sidekick Monte come looking for him, Tim is also captured. Escaping, Tim has a plan that will have the outlaws fighting among themselves.
Description: Director William Witney puts his distinctive stamp on the Don "Red" Barry western Outlaws of Pine Ridge by opening the picture with a body sailing through the plate-glass window of a frontier saloon. Barry stars as gun-slingin' Chips Barrett, who makes it his point in life to prevent the inaccurately nicknamed Honest John Hollister (Noah Beery Sr.) from becoming territorial governor. Complicating things is the fact that Chips is in love with Honest John's daughter Ann.
Description: In this western, a frontier detective disguised as an entertainer performs for the leader of an outlaw gang. At the same time, he learns the whereabouts of the outlaws' hideout. Unfortunately, his real identity is revealed and he gotta escape if he is to bring the gang to justice.
Description: A well-acted, well-paced entry in the Don "Red" Barry Western series from Republic Pictures, The Sombrero Child featured the diminutive Barry as Jerry Holden, the apparent son and heir of veteran lawman Tom Holden (Robert Homans). But when Holden Sr. is killed by one of Banker Martin's (Joel Friedkin) gang of claim jumpers, Jerry learns that his true father was Bart Clanton, a notorious bandit killed by Marshal Holden, who then raised the orphaned man as his own.
Description: Sundown Jim was the second of two 20th Century-Fox westerns starring football champ John Kimbrough. The storyline takes zone in mountain country, providing a wintry backdrop for the standard western plot devices. Kimbrough is cast as US marshal Sundown Jim Majors, whose main purpose in life is to bring a deadly frontier feud to a peaceful end. This requires him to clean out the local criminal element, which he does with grim-visaged determination
Description: 20th Century-Fox hoped to create a movie star out of Texas A&M football character John Kimbrough, and to that end placed the gridiron character in a brace of compact westerns. The first of these was Zane Grey's The Lone Star Ranger, previously filmed by Fox in 1931 with George O'Brien in the lead. Kimbrough plays Texas Ranger Buck Dunne, assigned to round up a gang of bank robbers. The leader of the gang turns out to be the "respectable" Judge Longstreth (Jonathan Hale), making life hard for Dunne inasmuch as he's in love with Longstreth's niece Barbara (Sheila Ryan).
Description: Starring the engaging Donald Barry (nicknamed, for obvious reasons, "Red"), this average Republic Western was filmed on-location at the Iverson Ranch in Chatsworth, CA. Barry, a James Cagney look-alike, played a Pinkerton agent masquerading as a criminal in order to infiltrate a gang of counterfeiters that is using wealthy widow Lucy Randall (Helen MacKellar) as a front. Arriving at the Dawson ranch, the gang's hideout, Red discovers that the counterfeiting ring is headed by J. Richard Spencer (Ian Keith), the innocent Mrs. Randall's attorney, and Dawson himself (Ted Adams).
Description: Blonde, tough-looking Claire Rochelle played the main villain(ess) in this low-budget Western, an entry in PRC's "The Lone Rider" series starring former opera-singer George Houston. Houston and pal Al St. John come to the aid of their old mate Sheriff Smoky (Dennis Moore), who is having problem with a power hungry cattle rancher, Huxley (Charles "Slim" Whitaker). The crooning "Lone Rider" and his sidekick go up vs Huxley's strong ally, bandit leader Nora Mason (Rochelle) and her chief lieutenant (Archie Hall), an outlaw disguised as a monk. Nora is a cattle rustler, a fact she hides from her friend, innocent Kate Stewart (Wanda McKay), whose brother (Karl Hackett) is killed by rancher Huxley.
Description: Two investigators for a stagecoach company are assigned to search out why the company's stages hold being ambushed. They explore that the culprits are white boys disguised as Indians, and they set out to explore who is behind the plot.
Description: A city is cleared of crime when a group of cowboys under the direction of Hayden wars an outlaw gang. They also manage to restore the reputation of a mate wrongly accused of murder.
Description: The Fighting Valley is other of PRC's "Texas Rangers" westerns, with Dave O'Brien, Jim Newell and Guy Wilkerson as the aforementioned Rangers. This time, our heroes test to search out who's been stealing ore from a valuable smelting mine. One of the independent mine-owners victimized by the crooks is cute Joan Manning (Patti McCarthy), making the Rangers' point a bit more pleasant.
Description: In this western, fake settlers create themselves at home on an ex-ranger's ranch and drive him away. A shady newspaper publisher and a gambler then conspire to take over the land. Fortunately, other ranger endeavors to support his pal. Enlisting the aide of his fellow rangers, they receive oust the homesteaders. The publisher and the gambler shoot every another and the retired ranger gets his ranch back.
Description: Law of the Saddle stars Bob Livingston as Rocky Cameron, aka "The Lone Rider". With his sidekick Fuzzy Q. Jones (Al St. John), Rocky rides into a tiny city plagued by cattle rustlers. He can expect no support from the Law, since the sheriff is as crooked as the Yellow Brick Road. In fact, the sheriff is the head of the rustlers, meaning that Rocky's really got a dilemma on his hands this time out. The villain in Law of the Saddle is played by Lane Chandler, a former silent-film cowboy star who sustained his career into the 1960s by specializing in stubble-chinned heavies.
Description: A young Mormon couple is attacked by a bunch of outlaws. They slay the boy and the girl is raped few times and left for dead in the desert. With the last ounce of her strength she gets to the hut of an old hermit who nurses her back to health and teaches her how to shoot. The girl then frees three female criminals and seeks vengeance on the outlaws.
Description: Isolated after the death of her abolitionist husband, pioneer girl Joan gotta decide if she'll support Martha, a former slave fleeing for her life, along the Underground Railroad. As Martha forces Joan's hand, they create their method North, leaving behind bodies in their wake.
Description: U.S. Marshal Johnny Mack Brown once again goes undercover in this Nevada Mckenzie series entry from Nice Westerns Prod./Monogram. Masquerading as a parson and a drifter, Sandy Hopkins (Raymond Hatton) and Nevada Jack McKenzie (Mack Brown) come to the aid of the beleaguered residents of Goldville, a tiny ranching community being terrorized by greedy saloon keeper Ace Benton (Kenneth MacDonald) and his gang of cutthroats. Unbeknownst to the citizenry, the railroad is planning to build tracks through city and Benton is attempting to safe the land by scaring off the settlers.
Description: A would-be Western epic soundly defeated by an almost nonexistent budget, West of Texas was the third of 22 "Texas Rangers" oaters released by Gower Gulch company PRC from 1942-1945 in an attempt to compete with Republic's The Three Mesqueteers and Monogram's "Rough Riders" and "Range Busters." Rangers Tex Wyatt (Dave "Tex" O'Brien) and Jim Steele (James Newill) arrive in Gabe's Crossing, NM, to capture Bent Yeager (Henry Hall), a rancher accused of sabotaging the progress of the railroad. As it turns out, railroad representative Bart Calloway (Robert Barron) and lawyer Conlon (Tom London) have falsified land surveys so it appears that Bent's property is on government land.
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