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Description: A gambler decides to enjoy one last minigame before he turns over a fresh leaf. However, during the minigame one of the users accuses him of cheating. Suddenly the lights go out, shots are fired and when the lights come back on, one of the users is dead. The gambler is accused of the killing. He didn't do it, but has to search out who did, and why he was framed for it.
Description: Anita Morell arrives by stagecoach in a tiny California city to search her father murdered and his property being stolen by two unscrupulous townsmen. She receives support from a sympathetic lawman and from a masked rider known as "the Black Shadow" whose whip-scarred back is evidence of his own grudge vs the townsmen.
Description: When wild horse Emma (Trixie the Horse) keeps opening the gates and freeing horses, ranch owner Molly (Molly Malone) hires Jimmie (Jimmie Adams) to deal with the problem. When he tames Emma, however, jealous ranch hands tie him up and kidnap Molly, so it's Emma to the rescue! (IMDb)
Description: Northern Patrol was the last entry in Monogram/Allied Artists' off-and-on "Northwest Mountie" series. Taking time off from his Sky Lord shooting schedule, Kirby Grant stars as mounted policeman Rod Webb, while second billing is bestowed upon Webb's faithful dog Chinook. In this one, Webb tries to prove that the suicide of a young trapper was now murder. The movie offers a dash of novelty value in having the principal baddie turn out to be a pretty girl (Marion Carr). Scripted by actor Warren Douglas, Northern Patrol was directed by Rex Bailey, the former assistant to the series' original helmsman, Frank McDonald.
Description: As another "B"-western series kept dropping like flies in 1952, Johnny Mack Brown kept grinding 'em out for Monogram. In Boy From Black Hills, Johnny tries to support locate his saddle pal Jim Fallan's (James Ellison) long-lost father. Arriving in a tiny mining town, Johnny and Jim explore that Jim's father has established a financial empire--and that a local opportunist (Randy Brooks) has capitalized on this by claiming to be the old man's son.
Description: Monogram's Whip Wilson western series was in its final year of existence when Lawless Cowboys hit the screen. Set in the contemporary West, the movie casts Wilson as a Texas Ranger on the trail of a crooked gambling ring.
Description: Wilson and his saddle pal Andy Clyde come to the rescue of a group of ranchers who are being victimized by villain Ace Larabee (Douglas Kennedy). Ace has inside notification that the railroad is coming through the territory, and he intends to grab up all the land and sell it to the train execs for a tidy profit.
Description: One by One is a brutal revenge-western on motorbikes. A girl named Sentenza is out for revenge on three biker bandits who assaulted her and killed her husband. It includes one of the most vicious scenes in cinema.
Description: Bill Elliot is back as Red Ryder in Cheyenne Wildcat. Also back are Ryder's perennial cohorts Tiny Beaver (Bobby Blake, soon Robert Blake of Baretta fame) and the Duchess (Alice Fleming). When not pummeling the terrible guys, Ryder is the reluctant apex of a love triangle.
Description: In this western, Red Ryder tries to be a nice example for a young boy who idolizes his father, an outlaw. The man wants to follow in his father's footsteps when the character intervenes.
Description: An interesting entry in Republic Pictures' long-running "Red Ryder" B-Western series, this movie is not about hardy settlers braving the Colorado winters, as the game would suggest. Instead it's a sort of Reform School Western about a couple of wayward Chicago men (Billy Cummings and Freddie Chapman) taken in by Ryder's indomitable aunt, "The Duchess" (Alice Fleming.) The men escaped their very own "Fagin," Bull Reagan (Roy Barcroft), and were given a second possibility on the lady's Western ranch. Unfortunately, Reagan returns to do a bit of cattle rustling, once again luring the men into becoming his accomplices.
Description: Substituting for Allan Lane, who'd been named away to active military service, Bill Elliot stars in the Republic "Red Ryder" western Marshal of Laredo. This time, Red comes to the aid of a frontier lawyer, who is suspected of being an outlaw
Description: Red Ryder and his comical sidekick take on a fresh batch of bad-guys in this western, the 16th in the Red Ryder series. This time the heroic duo test to save a female rancher from a greedy financier who wants her land so he can exploit the enormous oil fields lying under it.
Description: Charles Starrett once more hits the trail as "The Durango Kid" in Columbia's Across the Badlands. By now, the formula was a well-oiled machine: Starrett becomes a lawman, is challenged by the local criminal element, and ultimately goes beyond the law as the masked Durango.
Description: Charles "Durango" Starrett and his pal Smiley Burnette go after smugglers. Our heroes travel incognito across the Mexican border to beard the leader of the gang in his den.
Description: Durango, aka Steve Rollins (Charles Starrett) rides into city with saddle pal Smiley Burnette. The men go to the rescue of cute Kathleen Case, who is being victimized by greedy relatives.
Description: Fort Savage Raiders is other entry in Charles Starrett's "Durango Kid" western series. Starrett once again does double duty as a peacekeeper called Steve (this time his last name is Drake) and as masked avenger Durango. The massive of the piece is escaped military prisoner Craydon (John Dehner) who, with few another fugitives from justice, forms an units of terrorists.
Description: Charles Starrett plays The Durango Child in the 1950 Columbia western Texas Dynamo. As a novelty, Starrett not only plays Durango and his "alter ego" Steve Drake, but also takes on a third identity, that of a hired gun in the employ of the film's terrible guys. As one critic noted, this may be the only western in which the character is obliged to chase himself. Jock O'Mahoney -- soon known as Jock Mahoney -- plays a secondary role, and also doubles for Starrett during the riskier stunt sequences.
Description: Our Character is accused of a crime he didn't commit. Once again, he breaks jail to search the true culprits. And once again, he dons his Durango Child disguise, whereupon stunt-double Jock Mahoney swings into action. Outcasts of Black Mesa is distinguished by the presence of a relative newcomer to the movie game, leading lady Martha Hyer.
Description: The storyline revolves around Robin Grant (Tommy Ivo), a young man who's inherited a valuable range. Certain evil interests do their greatest to slay off Robin and claim the land for themselves. U.S. marshall Steve Saunders (Starrett) comes to the boy's rescue--and when Steve can't rely on the Law to back him up, he dons the guise of the masked Durango Kid.
Description: The plot finds Steve/Durango attempting to capture ex-Civil Fight guerilla warrior Miller (Trevor Bardette), who may be the boy who's been going around knocking down telegraph wires.
Description: Jim Stewart (Charles Starrett) comes to Mesa Town and buys a ranch from publisher Matt Edwards (Weldon Heyburn), who is confined to a wheelchair. The zone is terrorized by an outlaw gang known as "The Phantoms." When Jim's cattle herd is rustled and his ranch foreman, Pop Evans (John Elliott), killed, he takes an active hand vs the gang in his guise as the Durango Kid.
Description: Charles Starrett, aka "The Durango Kid", is back in Raiders of Tomahawk Creek. Starrett plays Steve Blake, a novice Indian agent, sent out to investigate a series of mysterious murders.
Description: In this western, an entry in the "Durango Kid" series of westerns, a corrupt, prominent citizen owns a tiny western town. The problem starts when a cowboy finds himself convinced by the evil city father that he has killed the sheriff. In exchange for his silence, the official forces the boy to become the fresh sheriff and instructs him to turn a blind eye to the villain's evil doings.
Description: Charles Starrett returns as The Durango Child in Columbia's El Dorado Pass. It all starts when Durango, in his daily guise of Steve Clanton, is falsely accused of robbing a stagecoach. The genuine criminal is not only a thief but a coin collector, searching for a valuable specimen by staging holdups.
Description: Don Barry stars as Texas Ranger Bob Standish, sworn to avenge his brother's death in Border Rangers. To achieve his goal, Standish goes undercover, joining the bandit gang.
Description: The game insurrection in this low-budget Whip Wilson Western consists mainly of Iron Eyes Cody, who is conspiring to raid the wagon trains with crooked sheriff Marshall Reed and nefarious Indian agent Forrest Taylor.
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This Tortilla/Spaghetti Western is filled with action , thrills , horse riding , brawls and crossfire . This is a decent/passable Spaghetti starred by acceptable actors from Spaghetti ; being full of fury , action , gun-play and portentous duels . It deals with a reformed gunfighter is on his method to a sleepy city in the hope of peace but issues ensue . The gunslinger called Billy Walsh (Richard Wyler) rides into a tiny city and meets an old owner of a gold mine named Sam (Espartaco Conversi) . He hasn't come looking for problem , but problem finds him around each corner . The strange and weary Pistolero nicknamed Winchester Bill comes to defense Sam and his daughter Susan (Eleonora Bianchi) in their struggle to defend the golden mine vs a nasty owner called Ted Shaw (Conrado San Martín) . As the gunfighter fighting to stifle the conflicts between a family and strong baron land who hires a hired hand , the bandit nicknamed El Bicho (Fernando Sancho) and being supported by a corrupt sheriff (Luis Induni) . As a drifter comes to a farm in the Old West just in time to reckoning gunslingers and owners . Winchester is a mysterious gunfighter who comes to the aid of countrymen from a greedy wealthy owner trying to encroach on their land . As the gunfighter seeks vengeance vs his heinous opponents . Middling Italian-Spanish Western with habitual actors , customary scenarios and realized in Chorizo/Spaghetti style. The movie displays thrills , noisy action , violence , shootouts , final twist and being enough entertaining . The film includes typical particularities Spaghetti , as it is full of fury , sadism : being buried up folks to their necks , bloodbaths , and close-ups of grime-encrusted faces . This is an average Spaghetti Western with some moments genuinely entertaining if you can avoid thinking too much . Spectacular final takes zone on the downtown when protagonists contend face to face and surrounded by nasties . Thrilling screenplay by Maria Carmen Martínez Roman who wrote numerous westerns such as Sheriff Won't Shoot , Réquiem for a Gringo , Dynamite Joe , In a Colt's Shadow , Fury of Johnny Child and the classic Django slay . Richard Wyler is passable as an tough gunman who takes law on his own arms , executing thespian skills , bounds and leaps and shooting and throughly enjoys himself . Wyler was born in Essex, England and he starred some Spaghetti , as he acted in different Western as Bounty assassin , Two guns and a coward , Winchester Bill , and Euro-Spy category as Dick Smart 2007 ,Coplan . While Conrado San Martin played in ¨Winchester Bill¨, ¨Long Days of Vengeance¨ , ¨In a colt's shadow¨ and different Westerns directed by his mate Sergio Leone ; furthermore , he starred few Peplum and thrillers . However , being Fernando Sancho who steals the present as a merciless Mexican role , he holds mocking laughs in few scenes , as usual . In the film appears customary Western help actors as Spanish folks : Rafael Hernandez , Rufino Ingles , Luis Induni ; as Italian users such as Espartco Conversi , Franco Pesce , Massimo Righi . Atmospheric as well as evocative cinematography and correctly photographed by Alfonso Nieva , though is important a right remastering ; being filmed on zone in Colmenar Viejo , La Pedriza , where were filmed a lot of Spaghetti/Chorizo Westerns along with Almeria .The motion picture was professionally directed by Alfonso Brescia , though includes some flaws and gaps . Al Bradley was a craftsman who directed all type of categories . Alfonso Brescia or Al Bradley was born in Rome , 1930, and died in 2001 . He was a director and writer, known for directing Westerns as : Days of Violence , White Fang and the Hunter , Assassin Caliber and The Colt Is My Law . Alfonso began directing muscle-men epics as The Conqueror of Atlantis , The superb gladiator , La Rivolta dei Pretoriani . He also directed Sci-Fi and Sword and witchery category as Iron Fighter , Sette Uomini D'oro Nello Spazio , The fight of the robots ; Journey as Zanna Bianca , Amazons vs Supermen and Wartime movies such as Objetivo Rommel , Misiones Ardientes and Hell in Normandy .
*FABULOUS* middle period Spaghetti Western from cult director Alfonse Brescia, better known amongst my circle as Al Brady, the angry visionary behind such Italian sci fi epics as COSMOS: WAR OF THE PLANETS, WAR OF THE ROBOTS and STAR ODYSSEY. This is the first Western of his I have gotten to see and it's cute good. Richard Wyler -- an actor whom I was not familiar with previously -- stars as the first Spaghetti character I have encountered who's specialty weapon is a Winchester rifle, and referred to in the movie as just "Billy" but will forever be Winchester Bill to me. A stranger with an obviously dark past, he rides into a tumbleweed hellhole and for reasons all of his own supports a downtrodden prospector & his cute blond daughter fend off both the local land baron and the nice Fernando Sancho's band of Pistoleros in defending the old man's gold mine. He enlists the support of a SEVEN PISTOLS FOR THE MACGREGORS like band of blond brothers to help, with intrigue and derring-do to spare as the motley group of comrades withstands beatings, home invasions, bouts of witty menace with the local heavies and, in the movie's standardized torture section, being buried up to their necks while Sancho's gang charges at them on horseback -- probably lifted from DEATH RIDES A HORSE with the upped ante of violence & suffering with more than one bury-ee.Meanwhile, Winchester Bill puts a complex series of sucker plays into happening to pit the two groups of terrible guys vs every another and waits for the lead to begin flying to pick off the stragglers. The ending is a hoot & I won't dare give away the movie's large twist, but it certainly ends with a bang and it's a shame that Wyler didn't ride off into the sunset for a sequel or three: His hero was nice enough to warrant it, and I really liked the concept of him working with the brothers rather than just being a trick shot artist waiting for the large shootout to wow everyone with his 133t skillz. You can vary the formula and still come up with a very classic package, and as it turns out Brescia & his cinematographers search some interesting moments to pepper the action with like a stage where the brothers are delivered into war hidden in barrels which explode launch on cue for a well choreographed shootout. And I loved a tiny bit where Brescia had his cameraman sort of lean the focus to the left to simulate one of the heroes taking bead while down on the ground.Not sure who did the melody (Marcello Giombini??) but it is very nice & used interestingly, with the audio in the English language ver I found curiously muted during passages that would usually have musical flourishes (perhaps this was a working print that wasn't complete during dubbing??) and the film boasts the most shamelessly terrible day for night photography ever used for effect. After a several mins of blue/green haze I began to wonder if my PAL converter was on the fritz -- it goes on for a couple three scenes that made me wonder if perhaps the exposed movie was not tested until it was too late to re-shoot. Too bad: I should see casual viewers not understanding why it wasn't fixed or done better though for my cash it sort of provides the film with it's Brescia touch of (sic) unfathomability. See the plot of STAR ODYSSEY for an illustration of what I mean, and I will grant that there are viewers who will search this film to be just as oblique, stupid and ineptly made, but that probably wouldn't contain anyone reading this far. I tell it's a masterpiece.Fans of Spaghetti fare will be very pleased: the movie is fast-paced and genuinely entertaining if you can avoid thinking too much, and the film has an odd juxtapositioning of obviously phony interior sound scene shots with blazing color schemes, contrasted with some great early Cowboy Grunge aesthetic. Everyone (except the woman and the power broker) are glazed with perspiration, somewhat tired looking and covered with dust, even Winchester Bill. My favourite shot was right at the end with a close pan around a group of staring faces looking accusingly at the camera that was as nice as anything from Mr. Leone or Mr. Corbucci I have seen. This is a film that had a vision and deserves proper restoration beyond the Greek subtitled pan-and-scan ver I found, but it still does the trick & emerges as one of those immediate sleeper classics of the category that fanatics will watch repeatedly. Alfonse Brescia may have made a series of Spaghetti STAR WARS films that are an in-joke amongst the Euro cult sect, but here is proof that he was capable of directing very nice films when he was allowed to. Actually all I have to do is track down AMAZON WOMEN VS THE THREE STOOGES and my Al Brady collection will be complete!!8/10 for being so relaxingly and enjoyably stupid. I should watch a half dozen of these each day, easy.
Very minor Spaghetti Western with a dreary plot, generally uninspired treatment (by journeyman director Brescia) and an underwhelming lead in Richard Wyler (despite the frequent close-ups of his blue eyes). Typically, we receive a stranger whose comeback in a city controlled by an unscrupulous boy causes upheaval the latter's lackeys begin dropping like flies, while the previously spineless citizens decide to create a stand (even so, for a quartet of brothers, this only leads them to be buried up to their necks in sand though they receive to present their real mettle by the end). Aiding the boss is a gang of Mexican outlaws led by an uncouth yet rambunctious Fernando Sancho.Unusually, the score (always a crucial element to this kind of film) is uncredited here which suggests that it may have been compiled out of cues from different another such efforts: as a matter of fact, I did recognize Texas, ADIOS (1966)'s memorable main theme (which is heard numerous times throughout)! The film's highlight is the casual demolition of a gun-shop in a fistfight involving Wyler and a handful of the boss' men; that said, the busy climax has the wily character pitting city boss vs Mexican bandit which is followed by a genuinely unexpected, thus effective, final twist revolving around a hero depicted up to that mission as merely benign (and who's given an ironic come-uppance to boot). Incidentally, the American game of this one is utterly meaningless; then again, the translated original TURN I'LL KILL YOU (actually spoken by Sancho only seconds before expiring) is equally lame!
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