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Description: While Fuzzy is waiting for his email order bride, McCallister frames him for murder. McCallister then advises Matilda to marry Fuzzy so she will receive the cash when he is hung. But Billy breaks up the wedding and goes after the true killer.
Description: Dorn is after the rancher's land and is trying to stop Banker Brady from supporting them. When his boy Hammond kills Brady, there is a run on the bank. When Rocky volunteers to ride to the next city for money, he is ambushed by Dorn's men, loses his memory, and is jailed for supposedly stealing the money.
Description: A dance hall woman is murdered and her body robbed of a quantity of gold obtained illegally. The assassin flees into Death Valley and encounters the rightful owner of the gold and her sweetheart.
Description: The Range Busters are investigating a gold robbery from the Denver Mint in a supposedly deserted ghost town, but they later search they're not the only city resident with a nose for gold.
Description: Steele gets into a war with a ranch foreman, knocking the foreman out. The foreman was supposed to represent the ranch in a prize war with a middleweight champion. Actually Steele finds himself in the war of his life.
Description: Rancher Clay Travers finds and brings in the body of ranger Frank Mattison, murdered on the street to Trail City, where he had been sent to deal with an outbreak of cattle rustling. Businessman Art Kenyon, who has hired gunman Ed Martin to impersonate Mattison to further his rustling schemes, quickly changes Martin's storyline and has Travers framed for the ranger's murder. Managing to escape, Travers gotta come up with proof to clear his name and bring the real assassins to justice.
Description: The "gentleman" is played by John King, but the star of the present is J. Farrell McDonald, cast as a chronic gambler called Coburn. When the old boy loses each penny he has, wandering cowboy Pokey (King) comes to the rescue by grooming a wild stallion for a successful racetrack career. Everything comes to a head during the climactic Large Race, with the expected (but still satisyfing) results. Ruth Reece and Joan Barclay share the leading-lady responsibilities, while the villainy is in the capable hands of Monogram's ace utility actor Craig Reynolds.
Description: Intent on avenging his father's murder, Roy Neal and his sidekick Rusty search themselves in the border city of Gladstone where Neal is mistakenly arrested for the robbery of a email truck. After escaping, Neal joins up with cute June Bowers whose father has apparently also been murdered. Neal, suspecting two of the town's leading businessmen of being the murderers, tries to flush them out before the sheriff can lock him up again.
Description: Texas Ranger Johnny (Johnny Mack Brown), poses as a hired gunman named The Dog City Child in order to infiltrate the outlaw gang, to uncover a plot by a crooked lawman, Sheriff Bradley (Horace Murphy), and a huge landholder, Jim Morgan (Lloyd Ingraham) vs the smaller ranches and the homesteaders.
Description: The bank has been robbed, the night watchman killed and the secure opened. The townspeople wish John as he was the only one with the combination. Clint gets John out of city but before the mob turns ugly but the deputy is shot when he and Clint go to receive John at the shack. Things look terrible for John, but Clint does not trust that John did the robbery and he will look for the true crooks.
Description: The storyline concentrates on a travelling medicine present maintained by Bobby Clark and his relatives Minerva Urecal, Earle Hodgins and Joyce Bryant. Their progress is impeded when Hodgins is framed on a robbery charge, but Clark uses his fancy lariat to hog-tie the genuine crooks.
Description: Duell McCall visits his old girlfriend, Nora, and learns that she gave birth to his child. He wants to stay but he is still a wanted man. So, Sheriff Campbell suggests that if he brings in this notorious criminal, who has been plaguing the territory, he might be able to receive a pardon.
Description: Columbia's final release for 1950 was the Gene Autry western Indian Territory. Set during the Reconstruction Era, the storyline finds Autry working as an undercover agent for the U.S. cavalry. His mission: to neutralize a former Austrian units officer called Curt Raidler (Phil Van Zandt), who is leading a group of renegade Indians on a series of destructive raids.
Description: A Government agent is sent to track an outlaw who has stolen gold boulion. The chase leads into a desolate desert region where the agent is forced to utilize his survival skills.
Description: This film sees Zander Calaman an infamous wild-west villain return to the sleepy city of Outland to reap his revenge on its people. Calaman starts exacting his revenge by keeping the daughter of the cities sheriff as his sex slave. Having also allowed a devious whore to bargain her method out of prison by offering her ass up! Meanwhile we see the local character and his Indian sidekick stumble upon a sexy cannibal tribeswoman on their method to rid the city from Calamans evil clutches. This is Outland - Beyond The Far West, so saddle-up and play the ride. They did!
Description: The second of Monogram's 1945 trio of "Cisco Kid" westerns, In Old Fresh Mexico stars Duncan Renaldo as Cisco and Martin Garralaga as Pancho. The plot concentrates on heroine Ellen (Gwen Kenyon), a nurse accused of murder. Gallant Cisco "kidnaps" Ellen from the authorities, then sets about to prove her innocence, all with the cooperation of a sympathetic sheriff.
Description: After few years' dormancy, the "Cisco Kid" western-film series returned to the screen with Monogram's The Cisco Child Returns. Duncan Renaldo, now Rumanian, starred as the Mexican "Robin Hood of the Old West", with Martin Garralaga as his corpulent sidekick Pancho. In the tradition of 20th Century-Fox's earlier "Cisco" efforts, our character comes to the aid of an orphaned child, clears himself of a kidnapping charge, and proves that a "solid citizen" is in fact a criminal mastermind.
Description: This third movie ver of Rex Beach's rugged Yukon novel The Spoilers was also the first talkie adaptation. This time, Gary Cooper and William "Stage" Boyd are cast as gold prospector Glennister and crooked Alaska politician McNamara.
Description: In this comic western, a Broadway star leaves his musical revue to go West and support out his troubled friend. While there, the performer finds himself forced into becoming the city sheriff. Mayhem ensues, but somehow, the crooner manages to round up a band of killers.
Description: After many years in prison, a changed robber comes home to see his sons again, one of them brain-damaged. Due to many misfortunate happenings and poor tragic misunderstandings, they go on the run, leaving a bloody trail wherever they go.
Description: In this entry in the long-running series of westerns, the Three Mesquiteers transform their ranch into a prison farm to deliever a model for prison reform. They are opposed by a local contractor who wants to build a standard prison.
Description: Yet other fast-paced western featuring the "Three Mesqueteers," pulp writer William Colt McDonald's trio of sagebrush heroes, Lone Star Raiders finds Stony Brooke (Robert Livingston), Tucson Smith (Bob Steele) and Lullaby Joslin (Rufe Davis) defending elderly rancher "Granny" Phelps (Sarah Padden) from greedy neighbor Henry Martin (George Douglas).
Description: Fugitive Nazis threaten to take over the Wyoming range in this Three Mesqueteers outing, which also warns about the danger of blithely assuming that each German-American is a fifth columnist. Which is exactly what rancher Clem Parker (Hal Price) does when learning that a couple of escaped Axis fight criminals may be heading towards the local valley.
Description: In Kansas Terrors, Stoney (Livingston) and his saddle pal Rusty (Raymond Hatton) take a job delivering horses to a flyspeck Caribbean island. Here they join forces with Rico (Renaldo) to topple the regime of a despotic commandante (George Douglas).
Description: The all-purpose game Westward Ho was applied in 1942 to this "Three Mesquiteers" western. This time, the Mesquiteers are Tucson Smith, Stony Brooke and Lullaby Joslin, here played respectively by Bob Steele, Tom Tyler and Rufe Davis. Our heroes converge on a tiny city to solve a series of mysterious bank robberies.
Description: There's a dispute over water rights, and each lawman that arrives to settle the score is killed. It's up to Lash to settle the score and search out who is behind all the killings.
Description: Lash goes south of the border looking for a counterfeiter, a kidnapped engraver and his daughter, and the mysterious Frontier Phantom, while Fuzzy St. John studies hypnotism.
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Bob, Bill and their pancake-stealing dog Rags are back. This time they are going after skunks with a box-trap. There's also a girl wandering around with a birdcage, looking for her Dicky.While youngsters -- the human stars were about 14 when this was shot -- have an odd appreciation of things, my one encounter with a skunk was neither anticipated nor pleasant for me. Admittedly, I was 31 at the time, so my interests were different, but when a skunk turns up in the boys' cabin instead of the trap, their attitudes change.Bob and Bill may have been twins, but they weren't identical twins. Bob's hair was dark in this movie, while Bill's was blond. It is possible that Bill's hair was bleached so the two would be differentiable. Certainly, they are rarely filmed standing together, except on rough ground, making them seem to be various heights.
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