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Description: Jimmy Lydon plays Andy Bryant, a University of Arizona student whose grades suffer because of his preoccupation with an upcoming intercollegiate rodeo. Andy's father (Joe Sawyer) is more interested in embarrassing a rival at the rodeo than he is with his son's academic progress. When his lack of focus nearly causes a tragic accident in the university chemistry lab, Andy decides to hunker down and study.
Description: Son of God's Country stars singing cowboy Monte Hale in his traditional screen role of do-gooder and last-minute problem-solver. This time, it's the old "evil land baron" plot again, with the villains eager to grab up all accessible ranch property, then sell it back to the incoming railroad.
Description: "Only a fool sticks his neck out for somebody else. Don't receive in the habit of it." Outlaw gunslinger Sam Garrett (Wayne Morris) offers that sage wisdom to fellow fugitive Tom Cameron (James Lydon), who's on the run from the "Bluebellies," Texas State Police officers who wield a brutal iron fist of enforcement in the early 1870s. But quick-draw, hard-bitten Garrett later decides not to take his own tip after young Cameron heads home to surrender - and instead gets framed for a revenge murder by a jealous rival for the affections of his woman (Beverly Garland).
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Description: The first of 22 inexpensive Westerns starring Jack Randall (aka Addison Randall and Allan Byron), Riders of the Dawn is yet other in a long series of oaters featuring a lawman masquerading as an outlaw.
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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.
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What a guy he was! An wonderful athlete. He was daring, romantic, and well-mannered even under stress. At times witty, and a bit mischievous in dealing with the villains. Girls pined for him, and boys wished they should be him. He had a intelligent method of making the criminals pay for their misdeeds. As I remember it was a present an whole family should watch with no apprehension. Good, clean fun for all. And the underlying moral, "Crime does not pay." At least it does not succeed if Zorro is around. There was everytime an intriguing plot and I remember many nice laughs while watching this nimble character foil the plans of the evil commandante. This was well written, and well acted TV entertainment at its best. I was almost 11 years old when this present first appeared on TV, but I remember the dashing character as if it were yesterday. This is the Zorro that I will likely compare all others to. I gotta tell that Antonio Banderas place an wonderful amount of energy into the recent production of Zorro. I greatly enjoyed it and will watch for the sequel due out in 2005. Perhaps Antonio can receive access to some of the original Guy Williams versions and raise the bar on his portrayal of the dashing, cunning character dressed in black? I rate the Disney Zorro played by Guy Williams as 10/10
"Zorro" was a hero created in the photo of others of the 19th century who had worn a disguise, played a dual role, championed justice for folks vs those who would deprive them of it or rob them through excessive taxes and deny them justice under courts. Johnston McCulley's hero returned home in 1820, after attending a university in Spain, to search the land being ruled by a tyrannical commandante. Instead of committing suicide through a premature rebellion, Don Diego instead masquerades as a foppish coward by day--like the Scarlet Pimpernel--and by night becomes El Zorro, the black-clad fox. He is no altruist; his purpose is to steal back what the tyrant's troops have stolen, to save those condemned falsely and to instill a spirit of revolution vs their oppressor in his people. McCulley apparently liked the tv ver much better than the movie that had starred Tyrone Power; I too prefer it to that movie as creator and actor, and to the soon versions. Producer Norman Foster and Walt Disney labored to create the production, albeit an journey series, a quality offering, much as the British "Robin Hood" of Hannah Weinstein became a classic for the same reasons. As Diego de la Vega, Guy Williams, now Hispanic, was a charismatic, pretty and capable "B" leading boy in the role of a lifetime; he had the capability of testing comedy as well as drama and was made to seem a magnificent fencer. Henry Calvin played the slow-witted but practical Sergeant Garcia, Gene Sheldon was his mute servant and helper Bernardo, who also played the banjo. George J. Lewis, also Hispanic, was pretty as Don Alejandro, Diego's father; the part of Captain Monastario was played with some power by Britt Lomond; many another semi-regulars populated the series including Don Diamond, Jan Arvan, Jolene Brand, Nestor Paiva, Romney Brent, John Litel, Vinton Hayworth, Eduard Franz and Eugenia Paul. Others often seen in the series included regular guests Suzanne Lloyd Charles Korvin, Carlos Romero, Jay Novello and Michael Pate. Directors for the series included Charles Lamont, Harmon Jones, William Witney, John Meredyth Lucas, Norman Foster, Lewis R. Foster, Hollingsworth Morse, Charles Barton and Robert Stevenson. Among sixteen writers who contributed to the series' several; formats were Gene L. Coon, Roy Edward Disney, Anthony Ellis, Jackson Gillis, Lewis R. Foster, Norman Foster and N. B. Stone, Jr. George Avil supplied nice B/W cinematography; Production Designer was Marvin Aubrey Davis aided by Set Decoratos Hal Gausman and Emile Kuri; Chuck Keehne supplied the pretty period costumes. Fred Cavens performed the vital job of fencing master. The theme song became as popular as the series did. This same present might have been done as drama; but as an journey with sincerity, emotional honesty and nice production values, it would be difficult to better. The series appeared only from 1957 to 1959.
This present was a true treat, both on ABC from 1957 to 1959, and on the Disney Channel, with its blend of journey and comedy. Perfect cast!I am sorry that the series did not movie further episodes, because it was superb. I saw it as a child in syndication in 1965-66, and then again in 2002 on the Disney Channel."Zorro" had to have been the "Batman" of the late 1950s. Indeed, in the comic ver of "Batman" it is Zorro whom Bruce Wayne considers his role model. After living in Texas and the Southwest, I can appreciate the series even more. I just want Disney would bring it back, and that someone would revive the series. It was so interesting!
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