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Description: In the last of his four western programmers for Allied Artists, Wayne Morris plays frontiersman Jim Bisby. Mistaken for a notorious gunslinger, Jim is appointed deputy sheriff of a wide-open cattle town. Testing along, our character gets down to business -- and by the time his real identity is revealed, it hardly matters, since most of the terrible guys are pushing up daisies on boot hill. Beverly Garland turns in other exceptional performance as the heroine, while Morris Ankrum, Roy Barcroft and I. Stanford Jolley fulfill their usual responsibilities. Two Guns and a Badge is of historical interest as the very last "B"-grade "series" western ever produced in Hollywood.
Description: US marshal Lawlor (Starrett) takes on a gang of cattle rustlers headed by Taylor (Dick Curtis). His reasons are partly personal: Conway (Edward LeSaint), the cattle-baron father of Lawlor's sweetheart Madge (Meredith), has been murdered by Taylor's minions.
Description: David Cook and twin brother Tom are poles apart in disposition and traits. When their father dies, Tom goes to Fresh Mexico to live with his Uncle Hardtack while David remains behind to care for their mother. The grown Tom becomes an outlaw while brother David becomes a government lawman. David is charged with apprehending Tom...
Description: The Buck Jones western The Fighting Ranger utilizes its familiar plotline with perfect results. When Jones' child brother is killed by the villains, our character quits the Texas Rangers and sets off to seek vengeance on his own. He ends up just below the Mexican border, where bandit leader Cougar (Bradley Page) lives high off the hog, knowing he can't be extradited.
Description: Produced by Jack Schwartz for low-budget company Screen Guild, this mild Western starring the veteran Richard Arlen was apparently the first entry in a proposed series. Arlen played the game role, here assigned by the units to quell an Indian attack on the powerless settlers. The Indians are accusing Tom Russell (John Dexter) of murdering a member of the tribe, an act, as Buffalo Bill discovers, now committed by a gang of outlaws hired by investment company owner J.B. Jordon (Frank O'Connor). Buffalo Bill Rides Again was soundly defeated by a weak budget and slipshod direction by the veteran Bernard B. Ray. Famous B-Western villain Ted Adams disappeared mysteriously halfway through the film, only to be replaced by Edmund Cobb. Jennifer Holt, the daughter of Arlen contemporary Jack Holt and by far the busiest B-Western heroine of the 1940s, had tiny to do another than letting herself be kidnapped by evil Gil Patric.
Description: "Hadley, owner of a nearby ranch, had fenced off a water hole belonging to Miss Dunlap, thus depriving her stock of water. Undaunted, the young Eastern girl and her two-fisted fighting foreman fought back...
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.
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This second installment of the Stranger series is significantly better than the first film, and is a cute average/middling entry to the Spaghetti Western genre. Its an nice testament to the popularity of the Spaghetti Western that the first bland Stranger movie was able to spawn any sequels at all. .As the Stranger appears, riding a black horse under a tattered umbrella, my first thoughts were of El Topo, but this isn't an Existentialist Western. This sequel is much more lighthearted a more easygoing tone than the first film, with some bits of humor (like his horse called `Pussy') and a more upbeat score. This time the Stranger is a bit more like Trinity than the Boy with No Name, but the movie still suffers from overall clumsiness and Anthony's lack of presence (and terrible hair). Once again the Stranger tangles with a group of bandits after gold, their leader being a nice cold-hearted villain, who is known for never missing a shot. The bandits and the Stranger are after not a wagon carrying a load of gold, but one now made out of it. In this and the first Stranger movie (Stranger in Town), they borrow the Fistful of Dollars/Django device where the Stranger is caught by the terrible guys and beaten badly only to escape and exact his revenge, but it doesn't work in the same way. When Eastwood or Nero is captured and beaten, its like they have taken down an unstoppable giant, whereas with Anthony's Stranger he just comes off like a luckless weakling. To his credit, Anthony did co-write The Stranger Returns and it is a cute nice Spaghetti story, but why he allowed the pink shirt I'll never know.The finale is, once again, rather clumsy in its execution, with some badly composed action- for instance, a boy follows the Stranger into a room only to quickly give up looking for him and begin goofing off in front of a mirror, or the Stranger disguising some water barrels that a villain cant say are water barrels even though he is only about two inches away, and an awkward face off at a table full of meal that is supposed to be humorous. Overall though, it is better in style, story, and characters than the first Stranger film, and gets a 6/10 for the genre. Nothing unique but well worth a look for the Spaghetti fan.
Tony Anthony returns in his "Stranger" guise, in a movie that fully eclipses the qualities of its predecessor, "A Stranger in Town".To the sound of Cipriani's magnificent score, the Stranger rides horseback (astride the interestingly called "Pussy") through the desert, protecting himself from the sun's rays with a pink parasol, and greeting a passing traveller. The sound of gunfire alerts him to a nearby ranch, where he finds the traveller lying dead. A nice gunfight stage ensues, and three dead bodies soon he learns of a bandit gang's gold heist plot.The gang, led by En Plein (Dan Vadis) are known as the Treasure of the Border, on acc of the size of the bounties that rest on their heads (although quite how some of his goofy comrades manage to generate such a vast reward is beyond me). They successfully ambush a stagecoach, which is later revealed to be made of solid gold. The Stranger tracks down the gang, in an effort to claim the bounty, assisted by a deranged local preacher with a pocketful of fireworks.The storyline itself is very simple, but delivered in a nice style. Like the another movies in the Stranger series (well, those that I have seen), it combines the feel of the Leone movies (in its poncho clad protagonist and its morricone-mimic soundtrack) but injects an additional dosage of humour. This humorous side is particularly well crafted (such as the enjoyable stage at the beginning of the movie, when the Stranger is forced at gunpoint to dig a grave both for the dead traveller and himself). "Returns" does not borrow so heavily from the Dollars trilogy as "A Stranger in Town", but still its clear where its influences lie. And why not - it does it very successfully and makes for nice viewing.Anthony is never going to exude the same lvl of cool as Eastwood's Boy With No Name, and therefore deliberately plays the role in a more clumsy comical fashion. But there is still no denying his character's appeal - or his fast-draw and accurate gun-play. The helping characters also really add to the enjoyment, with Vadis particularly well suited to the role of the merciless gang leader.Perhaps the highlight of the movie though is Cipriani's score which, as mentioned earlier, owes more than a passing nod to Ennio, but aptly captures the mood and feeling as the action unfurls. It's one of those soundtracks that should create even a terrible movie worth watching.Anthony's Stranger series eventually collapsed into the medieval farce that is "Get Mean". But this particular episode of the Stranger's journeys is a truly enjoyable and highly watchable western. And one that nearly reaches the highlights of Anthony's finest hour - Blindman. "Returns" is the greatest of the Stranger movies that I have seen, and one that I would definitely recommend.
Enjoyed the first movie with Tony Anthony, "A Strange in Town" and this movie is quite related except there are girls being raped and one shot dead while trying to hang out her laundry. There are a entire gang of laughing bandits who simply love to tease, torture and slay in cold blood. The Strange meets up with a rather crazy preacher who has all kinds of secrets to support the Stranger war off this gang of bandits who are after a gold shipment and the Stranger assumes the identify of a murdered postal inspector. The Stranger is captured and given a nice beating and was pulled by a rope behind a stagecoach and was then kicked and punched in the face constantly. The melody in this picture added a nice deal of sound results throughout the whole movie and I gotta tell some of the gals in this picture were very nice looking and sexy.
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