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Golden Saddles, Silver Spurs: The Story of Movie Westerns  2000  1.9 ★ Documentary
Combining movie clips, stills and vintage advertisements, this nostalgic documentary explores the evolution -- and eventual extinction -- of the B-movie Western, beginning with early examples from the silent era and ending with films from the 1950s. Highlights include footage featuring classic genre stars such as John Wayne, Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Jane Russell, Clark Gable, Gene Autry, Johnny Mack Brown and George "Gabby" Hayes.


El Paso  1949  3.4 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
A lawyer is dispatched to El Paso, Texas, where he must lay down the law against a crooked sheriff who is making life hell for the townsfolk.


El Paso  1949  3.4 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Lawyer Clay Fletcher (John Payne) is dispatched to El Paso, Texas, to get a document signed by Judge Jeffers (Henry Hull), the father of a former flame (Gail Russell). Much to his dismay, Clay discovers that Jeffers has fallen off the wagon -- and the town is being run by scoundrels. Crooked Sheriff La Farge (Dick Foran) and saloon owner Bert Donner (Sterling Hayden) are making life hell for the townsfolk, and it's up to Clay to lay down the law.


Albuquerque  1948  3.1 ★ 91 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Ray Enright's thrilling movie features Randolph Scott as the idealistic Cole Armin, an ambitious young man who wants to leave his mark by helping his uncle to better run his hauling business based in Albuquerque. But it soon becomes apparent that efficiency is far from his uncle's goal; turns out he's a shark who takes delight on preying on weaker companies. But Cole doesn't want to play dirty, and his dissent pits him against his family.


Albuquerque  1948  3.1 ★ 91 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Ray Enright's thrilling movie features Randolph Scott as the idealistic Cole Armin, an ambitious young man who wants to leave his mark by helping his uncle to better run his hauling business based in Albuquerque. But it soon becomes apparent that efficiency is far from his uncle's goal; turns out he's a shark who takes delight on preying on weaker companies. But Cole doesn't want to play dirty, and his dissent pits him against his family.


Return of the Bad Men  1948  3.2 ★ Action & Adventure
U.S. Marshal Vance Cordell (Randolph Scott) has his work cut out for him when he's tasked with cleaning up a crime-ridden Oklahoma Territory that's crawling with notoriously bad men -- including the legendary Sundance Kid (Robert Ryan). The Kid's coterie of criminals also includes the Daltons (Lex Barker, Walter Reed and Michael Harvey), the Younger Brothers (Steve Brodie, Tom Keene and Robert Bray) and Billy the Kid (Dean White).


Wyoming  1947  3.4 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
When a cattle rustler foments war between new settlers in Wyoming and established cattle rancher Charles Alderson, he seeks help from a gunslinger.


Wyoming  1947  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
After years of hard work, Charles Alderson (Bill Elliott) becomes a wealthy cattle rancher in Wyoming. When the territory becomes a state, he opposes a law opening up the land to new homesteaders, even though his actions anger his idealistic daughter, Karen (Vera Ralston). When settler Duke Lassiter (Albert Dekker), who is secretly rustling cattle, foments war between the newcomers and the rancher, Alderson seeks help from a gunslinger.


Home in Oklahoma  1946  3.1 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Roy Rogers is editor of the local newspaper and Dale Evans is a reporter from a big-city rag. Together, they help solve one murder (that of Flying U Ranch owner Sam Talbot) and prevent another (that of Talbot's ward and heir) in this musical Western. With a 12-year-old inheriting the rancher's fortune and a disgruntled niece (Carol Hughes) thinking the loot should be hers, the newshounds sense that something's rotten at the Flying U.


Roll on Texas Moon  1946  3.2 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
When a feud between cattle ranchers and sheepherders turns deadly, singing cowboy Roy Rogers (Roy Rogers) steps in to try to avert a full-on war between the two factions. Though he's working for the cattlemen, Roy also helps out pretty sheep rancher Jill Delaney (Dale Evans). Meanwhile, Roy's sidekick, Gabby Whittaker (George "Gabby" Hayes), deals with a lovesick little lamb who's taken to following him around.


Song of Arizona  1946  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Roy Rogers rides to the rescue when a robber's orphaned son, who lives at a ranch for homeless boys, attracts the attention of his dad's rowdy gang.


Under Nevada Skies  1946  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Rodeo star Roy Rogers arrives in town with his horse, Trigger, and learns there's been a murder. Offering to assist acting sheriff Gabby Whittaker, Rogers also solicits the help of Helen Williams, a new singer at the Trading Post club.


My Pal Trigger  1946  3.5 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
When Gabby Kendrick's prize stallion Golden Sovereign turns up dead after rustlers hit the ranch, horse trader Roy Rogers finds himself accused.


Home in Oklahoma  1946  3.2 ★ Action & Adventure
A small-town newspaper editor teams with a big-city reporter to solve a rancher's murder and prevent a young boy from being cheated out of his legacy.


Badman's Territory  1946  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Law and order gives way to lawlessness in this 1940s Western that finds the Dalton Gang, the James Gang and other infamous ne'er-do-wells cavorting in a "no-man's land" territory just outside of the U.S. government's jurisdiction. In a town that's run by outlaws, it's easy for Sheriff Mark Rowley (Randolph Scott) to feel out of his element. But he's determined to find his missing brother, no matter what.


Rainbow over Texas  1946  3.1 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
When singing cowboy Roy Rogers rides into his Texas hometown during a scheduled stop on his tour, he enters a Pony Express race to impress a pretty girl (Dale Evans) ... but local hooligans are determined to make sure he doesn't win. Familiar film sidekick George "Gabby" Hayes co-stars as lawman Sheriff Gabby Whittaker in this classic black-and-white Western that features the song "Smile for Me, SeƱorita."


Song of Arizona  1946  3.2 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Roy Rogers rides to the rescue when a bank robber's orphaned son (Tommy Cook), who is living at a ranch for homeless boys run by Gabby Whittaker (George "Gabby" Hayes), attracts the attention his father's rowdy gang, who want to claim the boy's inheritance for themselves. Rogers's wife, singing cowgirl Dale Evans, joins her husband on the duet "Will You Be My Darling" ... and it wouldn't be a Roy Rogers film without Trigger.


Under Nevada Skies  1946  3.0 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Rodeo star Roy Rogers arrives in town with his horse, Trigger, and learns there's been a murder. Offering to assist acting sheriff Gabby Whittaker (George "Gabby" Hayes), Rogers also solicits the help of Helen Williams (Dale Evans), a new singer at the Trading Post club. The plot thickens with the disappearance of a rare family heirloom and the appearance of a map that points the way to a rare uranium deposit.


My Pal Trigger  1946  3.4 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
When horse trader Roy Rogers suggests mating his mare with the stallion Golden Sovereign, owner Gabby Kendrick (George "Gabby" Hayes) refuses. A rival breeder (Jack Holt) then tries to rustle the steed, but the horses escape and he mistakenly kills Sovereign ... and Rogers gets blamed. The cowboy flees with his mare, later returning to Kendrick's ranch with a foal named Trigger -- and a chance to clear his name.


Rainbow over Texas  1946  3.2 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Singing cowboy Roy Rogers enters a Pony Express race to impress a pretty girl ... but local hooligans are determined to make sure he doesn't win.


Roll on Texas Moon  1946  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
When a feud between cattle ranchers and sheepherders turns deadly, singing cowboy Roy Rogers steps in to try to avert a war between the two factions.


Don't Fence Me In  1945  3.3 ★ 62 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Exactly who is Gabby Whittaker (George "Gabby" Hayes), the old guy who tells &NFi;Eastern&NFi_; magazine reporter Toni Ames (Dale Evans) he knows what happened to Wildcat Kelly, a supposedly dead, notorious outlaw from long ago? Roy (Roy Rogers) gets roped into the mystery. This John English-directed Western features Rogers performing Cole Porter's hit "Don't Fence Me In" as well as "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," "Along the Navajo Trail" and "The Las...


Along the Navajo Trail  1945  2.8 ★ 66 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG
Based on a novel by William Colt MacDonald, this Western follows the travails of a United States marshall (Roy Rogers) who's got his hands full trying to track a missing government agent. At the same time, with the help of some Mexican gypsies, he faces off with a band of thugs trying to muscle in on the land on which the Lazy A Ranch stands. Co-stars Dale Evans (Rogers's wife) and George "Gabby" Hayes.


Along the Navajo Trail  1945  2.9 ★ 66 mins Action & Adventure Rated: PG
This Western follows the travails of a United States marshal who's got his hands full trying to track a missing government agent. At the same time, he faces off with a band of thugs trying to muscle in on the land on which the Lazy A Ranch stands.


Sunset in El Dorado  1945  2.7 ★ 64 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Lucille Wiley (Dale Evans) tires of her tedious existence and decides to visit the deserted town where her grandmother was a famous dancehall queen. Once there, Lucille daydreams about what her grandmother's life must have been like and "meets" many interesting characters along the way. One person who strikes Lucille's fancy is a handsome singing cowboy (Roy Rogers) with whom she falls deeply in love.


Don't Fence Me In  1945  3.4 ★ 62 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
When a chatty old codger tells Eastern magazine reporter Toni Ames he knows what happened to Wildcat Kelly, a supposedly dead, notorious outlaw from long ago, cowboy Roy Rogers gets roped into the mystery.


Utah  1945  2.8 ★ 80 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
To fund her latest show, Chicago performer Dorothy Bryant (Dale Evans) travels to Utah with her musical troupe to sell the ranch she inherited. But ranch foreman Roy Rogers tries to change Dorothy's mind by tricking her into thinking the property is worthless. Bob Nolan, Grant Withers, George "Gabby" Hayes, Peggy Stewart, Beverly Lloyd and Jill Browning co-star in this delightful 1945 Western from director John English.


Hidden Valley Outlaws  1944  3.4 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Two cowpokes square off against a shady attorney who's manipulating the law to kick ranchers off their land and keep it for himself.


The Big Bonanza  1944  3.1 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
After being wrongly court-martialed, soldier Jed (Richard Arlen) escapes from prison, travels to Nevada Springs to find his young brother, Spud (Bobby Driscoll), who has been living with Jed's old friend, Sam (Robert Livingston), and learns that Sam rules the boomtown with an iron fist. Jed accepts a job at the gold mine owned by Adam (Russell Simpson), and when Sam's henchmen murder Adam, Jed is forced to confront his friend.


Lights of Old Santa Fe  1944  3.0 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Gabby (George Hayes) must turn around the failing Brooks Rodeo soon or its owner, Marjorie (Dale Evans), will sell the business to a shady competitor (Tom Keene). With help from new headliner Roy (Roy Rogers), Gabby tries to revitalize the rodeo's stale act but keeps running into disaster. This rousin' Western features tunes such as "I'm a Happy Guy in My Levi's Britches," "Cowpoke Polka" and "Amor."


Tall in the Saddle  1944  3.7 ★ 87 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
John Wayne spends as much time fighting the battle of the sexes as brawling with the bad guys in this Western mystery. Hardheaded cowboy Rocklin (Wayne) arrives in town to discover that the rancher who sent for him has been murdered. In the wranglings to determine the rightful owner of the property and catch the killer, the chauvinistic Rocklin butts heads with the female kinfolk of the dead man, as well a comely but fiery neighbor (Ella Raines).


Hidden Valley Outlaws  1944  3.4 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Shady attorney Gilbert Leland (Roy Barcroft) is manipulating the law to kick ranchers off their land and keep it for himself, but Wild Bill Elliott and Gabby Hayes won't stand for it and set out to help the victims keep their property. When Leland and his crew conspire to have Wild Bill and Gabby framed for a murder, however, the boys must convince the townsfolk that they're innocent before a lynch mob gets to them.


Marshal of Laredo / Tucson Raiders  1944  3.0 ★ 112 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
A young Robert Blake plays loyal sidekick Little Beaver in this classic double bill chronicling the Wild West adventures of Red Ryder ("Wild" Bill Elliott) and his gang. In Marshal of Laredo (1945), Red Ryder and Little Beaver attempt to prove the innocence of a frontier lawyer (Robert Grady) falsely charged with murder. In Tucson Raiders (1944), Red and Little Beaver go after a corrupt governor (Stanley Andrews).


Tall in the Saddle  1944  3.6 ★ 87 mins Classics Rated: NR
John Wayne spends as much time fighting the battle of the sexes as brawling with the bad guys in this Western mystery. Hardheaded cowboy Rocklin (Wayne) arrives in town to discover that the rancher who sent for him has been murdered. In the wranglings to determine the rightful owner of the property and catch the killer, the chauvinistic Rocklin butts heads with the female kinfolk of the dead man, as well a comely but fiery neighbor (Ella Raines).


Marshal of Laredo / Tucson Raiders  1944  3.0 ★ 112 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
A young Robert Blake plays loyal sidekick Little Beaver in this classic double bill chronicling the Wild West adventures of Red Ryder ("Wild" Bill Elliott) and his gang. In Marshal of Laredo (1945), Red Ryder and Little Beaver attempt to prove the innocence of a frontier lawyer (Robert Grady) falsely charged with murder. In Tucson Raiders (1944), Red and Little Beaver go after a corrupt governor (Stanley Andrews).


The Big Bonanza  1944  3.1 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
After being wrongly court-martialed, a soldier escapes from prison and travels to Nevada Springs, where he's forced to confront a former friend.


Calling Wild Bill Elliott  1943  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
When territorial governor Steven Nichols (Herbert Heyes) terrorizes the population with violence and heavy taxes, the Culver family stands up to him, but after the family patriarch is murdered, wandering gunslinger Wild Bill Elliott (Wild Bill Elliott) is falsely accused of the crime. Bill teams with cowpoke Gabby (George "Gabby" Hayes) and Edith Richards (Anne Jeffreys), a judge's daughter, to prove his innocence and end Nichols's crime wave.


War of the Wildcats  1943  3.6 ★ 102 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
On the open prairie of Oklahoma, a pretty schoolteacher (Martha Scott) comes between two bitter rivals, Dan Somers (John Wayne) and Jim "Hunk" Gardner (Albert Dekker), who split their time between fighting for the lady and competing for oil lease rights on Indian land. Having hated each other for years, the cowboys eventually come to blows in a climactic, old-fashioned chase scene. Dale Evans co-stars as a dance-hall singer named Cuddles.


Bordertown Gunfighters  1943  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Scheming gambler Cameo Shelby (Ian Keith), who's bilking Mexican immigrants through a lottery racket, meets his match when the feds send in undercover agent Wild Bill Elliott to break up the ring. In the process, he finds romance with Shelby's pretty niece (Anne Jeffreys). George "Gabby" Hayes plays Elliott's grizzled sidekick, and Roy Barcroft portrays the corrupt sheriff who's in cahoots with Shelby in this vintage Western.


Bordertown Gunfighters  1943  3.4 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
A scheming gambler who's bilking immigrants through a lottery racket meets his match when the feds send in undercover agent Wild Bill Elliott.


Death Valley Manhunt  1943  3.4 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
With the town judge on the take, Wild Bill Elliott has his hands full when a group of independent oilmen hire him to become the town's new marshal.


Overland Mail Robbery  1943  3.4 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
"Wild" Bill Elliott assumes the identity of a stagecoach line owner to take on a female outlaw and her trigger-happy family.


Calling Wild Bill Elliott  1943  3.4 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
After a family patriarch is murdered, a wandering gunslinger called Wild Bill Elliott is falsely accused of the crime and must prove his innocence.


War of the Wildcats  1943  3.7 ★ 102 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
On the open prairie of Oklahoma, a pretty schoolteacher comes between two bitter rivals who split their time between fighting for the lady and competing for oil lease rights. Having hated each other for years, the cowboys eventually come to blows.


Overland Mail Robbery  1943  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Bookish Tom Hartley (Kirk Alyn) inherits a stagecoach line, making him a target of Mrs. Patterson (Alice Fleming) and her trigger-happy family. Enter "Wild" Bill Elliott, who assumes Tom's identity to take on the would-be marauders. When the Pattersons turn the tables, Bill/Tom finds himself framed for murder, and it's up to his sidekick, Gabby (George "Gabby" Hayes), and his best girl, Judy (Anne Jeffreys), to come to his aid.


Death Valley Manhunt  1943  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
With the judge in the palm of a bad 'un and the town marshal (now dead) on the take as well, Wild Bill Elliott has his hands full when a group of independent oilmen hire him to become the town's new marshal. Fists fly and bloody hell ensues when Marshal Elliott discovers that one of the oil prospectors is planning a range war. With George "Gabby" Hayes providing the laughs and Anne Jeffreys the love interest, Elliott leads viewers on a wild ride.


Ridin' Down the Canyon  1942  3.4 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
When Roy Rogers learns of a cattle-theft plot while on his way to the Lariat Lounge, he's drawn into a double-crossing den of swindlers and thieves.


Sunset on the Desert  1942  3.5 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Roy Rogers pulls double duty as both a hero and a villain as he infiltrates a local gang of hoodlums to bring them to justice from the inside out.


Ridin' Down the Canyon / On the Old Spanish Trail  1942  3.0 ★ 127 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
This pair of Western classics features the great cowboy hero Roy Rogers, his faithful horse, Trigger, and musical group Sons of the Pioneers righting wrongs and fighting for justice on the frontier, with occasional breaks for a song or two. In "Ridin' Down the Canyon," Roy goes toe-to-toe with some vicious cattle rustlers, while "On the Old Spanish Trail" has him hunting down an outlaw called the Gypsy, who must convince Roy of his innocence.


Sons of the Pioneers  1942  3.2 ★ 62 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Mild-mannered entomologist Roy Rogers gets a chance to follow in his father's and grandfather's footsteps when sheriff Gabby Whittaker (George "Gabby" Hayes) calls on him to take down a band of marauders who are torching barns and killing cattle. Rogers rides into town, where he foils the bad guys and strikes up a romance with local girl Louise Harper (Maris Wrixon). Musical cowboy group the Sons of the Pioneers performs several popular tunes.


Ridin' Down the Canyon  1942  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Rustlers are fixin' for some grand theft cattle and it's up to Roy Rogers to put them in their place. When Roy learns of a plot while on his way to a gig at the Lariat Lounge, he's drawn into a double-crossing den of swindlers and thieves. But no tune is too tricky and no situation is too sticky for the legendary King of Cowboys. Kidnappings, secret signals, blazing six-shooters, and stinging whips are all that stand in the singing cowboy's way.


Sunset on the Desert  1942  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Singing cowboy Roy Rogers pulls double duty as both a hero and a villain in this classic black-and-white Western that finds him infiltrating a local gang of hoodlums to bring them to justice from the inside out. But the joke's on Roy when the bad guys mistake him for their fearless leader. Songs include "Faithful Pal of Mine," "Yip Pe Yi Your Troubles Away" and "Remember Me," with Roy's faithful sidekick, George "Gabby" Hayes, co-starring.


Romance on the Range  1942  3.4 ★ Classics Rated: NR
A ranch foreman is attempting to ferret out a gang of thieves when the ranch's lovely owner returns from back East to help his investigation.


Romance on the Range  1942  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Roy Rogers works as the foreman on a ranch that's been targeted by thieves. Joan Stuart (Linda Hayes), the ranch's owner, returns from back East to investigate who's been poaching her fur pelts, but the singing cowboy is already on the case. Joan and Roy team up and eventually learn that they're dealing with an inside job. The Sons of the Pioneers are on hand to provide some classic country tunes.


Sons of the Pioneers  1942  3.3 ★ 62 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Mild-mannered entomologist Roy Rogers gets a chance to follow in his father's and grandfather's footsteps when sheriff Gabby Whittaker calls on him to take down a band of marauders who are torching barns and killing cattle.


Jesse James at Bay  1941  3.1 ★ 72 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
To stop a dishonest railroad magnate from cheating the local settlers, rebel fighter Jesse James plans to rob the magnate's trains to amass enough money to buy the land from him; unfortunately, a look-alike is about to foil James's plans.


In Old Cheyenne  1941  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Roy Rogers stars as a reporter who's sent to Cheyenne to investigate a dispute between local cattlemen and a gang of outlaws.


Jesse James at Bay  1941  3.1 ★ 72 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Roy Rogers takes on the role of rebel fighter Jesse James and the good-for-nothing who adopts his identity in this 1941 black-and-white Western. In an effort to stop a dishonest railroad magnate from cheating the local settlers, James plans to rob the magnate's trains to amass enough money to buy the land from him; unfortunately, a look-alike is about to foil James's plans. Co-stars Gabby Hayes and Gale Storm.


Heldorado / In Old Cheyenne: Double Feature  1941  3.0 ★ 128 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Roy Rogers and his faithful horse, Trigger, save the day in this Western double feature. In Heldorado (1946), Roy rides into Las Vegas for the titular event, a sort of Mardi Gras of the Wild West that features revelry, Dale Evans -- and some real-life outlaws. In 1941's In Old Cheyenne, Roy plays newspaperman Steve Blane, who's tricked into spreading lies about an innocent man (George "Gabby" Hayes) by a crooked politician (George Rosener).


Bad Man of Deadwood  1941  2.7 ★ 53 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
When professor Mortimer "Gabby" Blackstone's (George "Gabby" Hayes) traveling medicine show arrives in the lawless town of Deadwood, show sharpshooter Brett Starr, aka Bill Brady (Roy Rogers), steps up to establish order in this classic Western. A group of crooked businessman is scheming to control the town, but after Gabby gets robbed, he and Brady take the law into their own hands to solve the crime.


In Old Cheyenne  1941  3.2 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Temporarily shelving his rep as a cowboy crooner, Roy Rogers steps into the shoes of reporter Steve Blane, who's sent to Cheyenne to investigate a dispute between local cattlemen and a gang of outlaws. But further research uncovers a whole new angle. Seems the "bad guy" (Rogers's longtime sidekick, George "Gabby" Hayes) everyone's been hating isn't so bad after all ... but can Blane round up the sources to clear the man's name?


Nevada City  1941  2.0 ★ Classics Rated: NR
In the 1860s, a turf war is secretly fomented between stage line owner Hank Liddell (George Cleveland) and railroad man Mark Benton (Joseph Crehan) by a third competitor, Amos Norton (Pierre Watkin). Hank's best drivers, Jeff Connor (Roy Rogers) and Gabby (George "Gabby" Hayes), aim to uncover the culprits and restore the peace. Poetry-writing outlaw Black Bart (Fred Kohler Jr.) works undercover as Norton's enforcer, but Connor outwits him.


Red River Valley  1941  3.2 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Charming singing cowboy Roy Rogers leads a group of ranchers to raise money to build a reservoir only to see the cash disappear in a crooked stock deal. Roy smells a rat and sets out to right a wrong. Along the way, there are plenty of occasions for songs, including "Red River Valley," "Love Begins at Sunset on the Trail," "Lily of the Hillbilly Valley," "When Payday Rolls Around" and "Chant of the Wanderer."


Bad Man of Deadwood  1941  2.7 ★ 53 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
When professor Mortimer "Gabby" Blackstone's (George "Gabby" Hayes) traveling medicine show arrives in the lawless town of Deadwood, show sharpshooter Brett Starr, aka Bill Brady (Roy Rogers), steps up to establish order in this classic Western. A group of crooked businessman is scheming to control the town, but after Gabby gets robbed, he and Brady take the law into their own hands to solve the crime.


Red River Valley  1941  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Singing cowboy Roy Rogers leads a group of ranchers to raise money to build a reservoir, only to see the cash disappear in a crooked stock deal.


Robin Hood of the Pecos  1941  3.1 ★ 54 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Following the Civil War, the South still faced many dangers -- not the least of which were the armies of carpetbaggers that descended on impoverished towns, intent on making a fast greenback at the expense of the local populace. In this rousing Roy Rogers/"Gabby" Hayes feature, the "Night Rider" and other rebels lead a revolt against the opportunistic scoundrels.


Sheriff of Tombstone  1941  3.0 ★ 60 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
When Brett Starr (Roy Rogers) arrives in Tombstone, he's at once suspicious of the mayor (Addison Richards), who seems to be expecting him. Starr keeps his identity secret until he can discover the truth, and when he exposes the mayor as a crook, he's named the new town sheriff. His first order of business is confronting a dangerous gunslinger, the man the mayor was really waiting for. George "Gabby" Hayes returns as Starr's faithful sidekick.


Robin Hood of the Pecos  1941  3.1 ★ 54 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Following the Civil War, carpetbaggers descended on impoverished towns, intent on making a fast greenback at the expense of the local populace. In this rousing Roy Rogers feature, the "Night Rider" leads a revolt against the opportunistic scoundrels.


Heldorado / In Old Cheyenne: Double Feature  1941  3.1 ★ 128 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Roy Rogers and his faithful horse, Trigger, save the day in this Western double feature. In Heldorado (1946), Roy rides into Las Vegas for the titular event, a sort of Mardi Gras of the Wild West that features revelry, Dale Evans -- and some real-life outlaws. In 1941's In Old Cheyenne, Roy plays newspaperman Steve Blane, who's tricked into spreading lies about an innocent man (George "Gabby" Hayes) by a crooked politician (George Rosener).


Sheriff of Tombstone  1941  3.0 ★ 60 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
When Brett Starr (Roy Rogers) arrives in Tombstone, he's at once suspicious of the mayor (Addison Richards), who seems to be expecting him. Starr keeps his identity secret until he can discover the truth, and when he exposes the mayor as a crook, he's named the new town sheriff. His first order of business is confronting a dangerous gunslinger, the man the mayor was really waiting for. George "Gabby" Hayes returns as Starr's faithful sidekick.


Dark Command Nominated For/Won Awards 1940  3.5 ★ 94 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In the early days of the Civil War, a tall and likable Texan (John Wayne) defeats the local schoolteacher (Walter Pidgeon) to become the new Kansas City marshal. But when they clash again over the love of the town beauty (Claire Trevor), the sheriff has an outlaw on his hands. Now, he must stop the ex-educator's renegade band of guerrillas from wreaking havoc on the surrounding territory in the name of the Confederacy.


Roy Rogers: Song of the Pioneers  1940  3.0 ★ 234 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Singing cowpoke Roy Rogers stars in these four vintage Westerns that offer action as well as soothing musical interludes. In Bells of San Angelo, Rogers and Dale Evans catch a group of silver-mine smugglers. In Colorado, Rogers investigates Indian uprisings during the Civil War. In Robin Hood of the Pecos, Rogers organizes a citizens' group against crooked ranchers. And in Young Bill Hickok, Rogers portrays the legendary gunfighter.


Roy Rogers: Song of the Pioneers  1940  3.0 ★ 234 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Singing cowpoke Roy Rogers stars in these four vintage Westerns that offer action as well as soothing musical interludes. In Bells of San Angelo, Rogers and Dale Evans catch a group of silver-mine smugglers. In Colorado, Rogers investigates Indian uprisings during the Civil War. In Robin Hood of the Pecos, Rogers organizes a citizens' group against crooked ranchers. And in Young Bill Hickok, Rogers portrays the legendary gunfighter.


Young Bill Hickok  1940  2.8 ★ 64 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
A follow-up to "Young Buffalo Bill," featuring Roy Rogers as Bill Hickok. Foreigners -- led by Nicholas Tower (John Miljan), who enlists a ruthless mob to do his work for him -- attempt to take over the West, and it's up to Hickok to prevent it. At first, Louise Mason (Jacqueline Wells) supports Tower, but she changes her stance when she finds out what he has planned. Sally Payne co-stars as Calamity Jane, and "Gabby" Hayes also turns up.


Melody Ranch  1940  2.6 ★ 84 mins Action & Adventure
When he accepts the job as honorary sheriff for the town's Frontier Days celebration, America's first crooning cowboy, Gene Autry, finds himself on the wrong side of a trio of menacing brothers (Barton MacLane, Joe Sawyer and Horace McMahon) determined to spoil the occasion. Directed by Joseph Santley, this charming Old West extravaganza also stars Jimmy Durante, Ann Miller and George "Gabby" Hayes.


Carson City Kid / Lights of Old Santa Fe  1940  2.6 ★ 120 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In Carson City Kid, everyone's favorite cowpoke, Roy Rogers, plays an outlaw out to avenge the murder of his brother. The Kid (Rogers) learns that the suspected killer runs a gambling house in Sonora, so he wheedles a job as bodyguard. In Lights of Old Santa Fe, Roy saves Dale Evans from being bamboozled by a rodeo competitor. Gabby Hayes co-stars in this tuneful Western that features Roy crooning the title tune (among others) to good effect.


The Ranger and the Lady  1940  2.8 ★ 64 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Captain Colt (Roy Rogers) of the Texas Rangers is at loggerheads with territorial administrator Kinkaid (Henry Brandon), who's been left in charge of the independent state of Texas while President Sam Houston is in Washington on business. Kinkaid immediately begins throwing his weight around, levying prohibitive taxes and using an army of thugs as enforcers. It's up to Captain Colt -- in Houston's absence -- to put the skids on Kinkaid.


Dark Command Nominated For/Won Awards 1940  3.5 ★ 94 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In the early days of the Civil War, a tall and likable Texan (John Wayne) defeats the local schoolteacher (Walter Pidgeon) to become the new Kansas City marshal. But when they clash again over the love of the town beauty (Claire Trevor), the sheriff has an outlaw on his hands. Now, he must stop the ex-educator's renegade band of guerrillas from wreaking havoc on the surrounding territory in the name of the Confederacy.


The Carson City Kid  1940  3.1 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: UR
Mistakenly branded an outlaw, the Carson City Kid (Roy Rogers) saddles up and sets off to track down his brother's killer in director Joseph Kane's first-rate Western. Arriving in Sonora, the Kid soon sets his vengeful sights on wily saloon owner and gambler Lee Jessup (Bob Steele, cast against type). While waiting for the right moment to make his move, the Kid is forced to intervene when he sees Jessup cheat a gold prospector (Noah Beery Jr.).


Young Bill Hickok / Home in Oklahoma  1940  2.9 ★ 127 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Roy Rogers and Gabby Hayes star in this thrilling double feature featuring two sweeping Westerns that boast the songs and story lines for which the duo are hailed. In Young Bill Hickok, Rogers plays a lawman who saves a shipment of gold from being stolen by Confederate marauders who are stalking it on its way East. Home in Oklahoma has Rogers teaming up with a young boy to protect a cattle ranch under siege.


Melody Ranch  1940  2.6 ★ 84 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
When he accepts the job as honorary sheriff for the town's Frontier Days celebration, America's first crooning cowboy, Gene Autry, finds himself on the wrong side of a trio of menacing brothers (Barton MacLane, Joe Sawyer and Horace McMahon) determined to spoil the occasion. Directed by Joseph Santley, this charming Old West extravaganza also stars Jimmy Durante, Ann Miller and George "Gabby" Hayes.


Colorado  1940  3.0 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: PG
Union Lt. Jerry Burke (Roy Rogers) is dispatched to Denver, Colo., to find out who is causing unrest with the Indians -- who are keeping much-needed Union troops from returning to the East. Burke learns that Indian Commissioner Jim Macklin (Arthur Loft) and his cronies are the ones stirring up trouble, and in the process, Burke uncovers the astonishing true identity of Capt. Donald Mason (Milburn Stone), who is a member of Macklin's gang.


The Ranger and the Lady  1940  2.8 ★ 64 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Texas Ranger Capt. Colt is at odds with Kinkaid, who's been left in charge of the independent state of Texas while the President is in Washington. When Kinkaid begins levying taxes and using an army of thugs as enforcers, it's up to Colt to stop him.


Roy Rogers: Cowboy Classics  1940  3.0 ★ 250 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Roy Rogers warbles some tuneful melodies and puts the spurs (gently) to his faithful steed Trigger as he rights wrongs, brings baddies to justice and soaks up an awful lot of trail dust in four of his classic Westerns. Included are The Carson City Kid, The Yellow Rose of Texas, Cowboy and the Senorita and Home in Oklahoma.


Young Buffalo Bill  1940  3.3 ★ 65 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Roy Rogers plays young Bill Cody, who's working as an assistant land examiner in New Mexico, where evildoers plan to seize the area's valuable mineral deposits with help from an aggressive Native American tribe. Yet Buffalo Bill anticipates the plan.


Young Buffalo Bill  1940  3.2 ★ 65 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Roy Rogers plays a young Bill Cody, who's working as an assistant land examiner in New Mexico, where evildoers plan to seize valuable mineral deposits in the area with help from an aggressive American Indian tribe. Aware of their plan, Buffalo Bill steps in to thwart the criminals -- with the aid of none other than the U.S. Cavalry. Stalwart sidekick George "Gabby" Hayes and Pauline Moore co-star.


West of the Badlands  1940  2.9 ★ 64 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
On the lam from New York authorities for a crime he didn't commit, Dr. Steve Kells (Roy Rogers) heads west, leaving his fiancée (Carol Hughes) behind. He lands in Idaho, where a group of bandits runs roughshod over the territory. When gang leader Joe Guilden (Joseph Sawyer) is wounded, his henchmen abduct Kells to save Guilden's life. The doctor soon joins the outlaws... to set a trap for them. "Gabby" Hayes co-stars.


Young Bill Hickok  1940  2.8 ★ 64 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
A follow-up to "Young Buffalo Bill," featuring Roy Rogers as Bill Hickok. Foreigners -- led by Nicholas Tower (John Miljan), who enlists a ruthless mob to do his work for him -- attempt to take over the West, and it's up to Hickok to prevent it. At first, Louise Mason (Jacqueline Wells) supports Tower, but she changes her stance when she finds out what he has planned. Sally Payne co-stars as Calamity Jane, and "Gabby" Hayes also turns up.


Roy Rogers Collection: Vol. 1  1939  2.9 ★ 197 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
This triple feature stars cowboy legend Roy Rogers in some of his most memorable onscreen moments, singing Western tunes and thwarting the bad guys with a little help from his horse Trigger, dog Bullet and sidekick George "Gabby" Hayes. The films in this collection include Days of Jesse James and King of the Cowboys, along with Roll on Texas Moon, which co-stars Rogers' real-life wife, Dale Evans.


In Old Caliente  1939  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Roy Rogers stars as a ranch hand who finds himself framed in a conspiracy. When a series of gold heists is pinned on Roy, he aims to clear his name.


Wall Street Cowboy  1939  3.2 ★ 51 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
When his ranch falls on hard times, cowboy Roy Rogers takes his song and dance to Wall Street to try to raise cash fast. But little does he know, crooked cowpokes have plans of their own for his land and the valuable minerals it contains. Now, Roy and pals Gabby Whittaker (George "Gabby" Hayes) and Chuckawalla (Raymond Hatton) are in for the fight of their lives in this Joseph Kane-helmed Western that also stars Pierre Watkin.


In Old Caliente  1939  3.0 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Roy Rogers stars as a ranch hand at Olde California Ranchero who finds himself framed in a conspiracy. When a series of gold shipment heists is pinned on Roy, he sets out to clear his name and bring the real perpetrators to justice. It wouldn't be a Roy Rogers picture without a few songs, and the singing cowboy obliges with renditions of "Sundown on the Range," "The Moon, She Will Be Shining Tonight" and "We're Not Coming Out Tonight."


Days of Jesse James  1939  3.3 ★ 64 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
After a robbery at Northfield Bank, Roy Rogers is sent to ferret out those assumed responsible -- Jesse James and his brother Frank. Rogers quickly finds that the brothers might not be to blame, instead shifting his focus to another suspect.


Southward, Ho!  1939  2.9 ★ 66 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In his first appearance as Roy Rogers' sidekick, George "Gabby" Hayes kicks off a cinematic pairing for the ages. The two portray Confederate Army veterans who inherit half a Texas ranch, only to find that the other half is owned by Col. Denbigh (Wade Boteler) -- a man they despise. But things change when they must come to Denbigh's rescue after a police squad led by Capt. Jeffries (Arthur Loft) turns out to be a group of bandits.


Wall Street Cowboy  1939  3.3 ★ 51 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
When his ranch falls on hard times, cowboy Roy Rogers takes his song and dance to Wall Street to try to raise cash fast. But little does he know, crooked cowpokes have plans of their own for his land and the valuable minerals it contains.


Saga of Death Valley  1939  3.0 ★ 58 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Fifteen years after a vicious bandit killed his father and kidnapped his younger brother, rancher Roy Rogers returns to Death Valley looking to exact revenge against the man whose gang now controls the region. Rogers recruits a posse to take on Ed Tasker (Frank M. Thomas) and his thugs, but he is shocked to discover that Tasker's most dangerous henchman is his long-missing brother, Tim. George "Gabby" Hayes co-stars in this classic Western.


The Arizona Kid  1939  3.0 ★ 63 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Roy Rogers, along with sidekick "Gabby" Hayes and faithful steed Trigger, seeks to stop a group of angry Confederate rebels who are badgering Missouri residents because of their decision to side with the Union before the Civil War. Roy's role as a Union captain becomes especially trying when he's directed to kill his best friend, who is one of the rebels.


Southward, Ho!  1939  2.9 ★ 66 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In his first appearance as Roy Rogers' sidekick, George "Gabby" Hayes kicks off a cinematic pairing for the ages. The two portray Confederate Army veterans who inherit half a Texas ranch, only to find that the other half is owned by Col. Denbigh (Wade Boteler) -- a man they despise. But things change when they must come to Denbigh's rescue after a police squad led by Capt. Jeffries (Arthur Loft) turns out to be a group of bandits.


Days of Jesse James  1939  3.1 ★ 64 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Gabby Whittaker (George "Gabby" Hayes) is convinced by his granddaughter Mary (Pauline Moore) to deposit his income in the Northfield Bank, which ends up being robbed soon thereafter. Sent to find those assumed responsible -- Jesse James (Donald Barry) and his brother Frank (Harry Worth) -- Roy Rogers quickly finds that the brothers are not to blame, instead shifting his focus to Sam Wyatt (Arthur Loft), the bank's president.


The Arizona Kid  1939  3.0 ★ 63 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Roy Rogers, along with sidekick "Gabby" Hayes and faithful steed Trigger, seeks to stop a group of angry Confederate rebels who are badgering Missouri residents because of their decision to side with the Union before the Civil War. Roy's role as a Union captain becomes especially trying when he's directed to kill his best friend, who is one of the rebels.


Roy Rogers Collection: My Pal Trigger / In Old Caliente  1939  3.0 ★ 120 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
My Pal Trigger (Rogers's favorite among all his films) tells the story of how Roy came to own his most famous companion -- the gentle horse Trigger. In Old Caliente, Roy's a trusted hand at a sprawling ranchero. But it turns out the crooked foreman is in league with robbers intent on hijacking a gold shipment, and when he tries to pin the crime on Roy, our favorite cowboy sets out to clear his name and bring the real culprits to justice.


Hopalong Cassidy: Hills of Old Wyoming / North of the Rio Grande  1937  3.0 ★ 149 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
This classic Western double feature includes two of Hopalong Cassidy's early adventures. In Hills of Old Wyoming, Cassidy (William Boyd) and his boys trace a group of cattle rustlers to an Indian reservation -- but when they get there, everything is not as it seems. In North of the Rio Grande, Hoppy's out for justice after his brother is gunned down by train robbers and the town's kangaroo court pronounces the death accidental.


Springtime in the Rockies  1937  2.6 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
When Sandra (Polly Rowles) arrives at her newly inherited ranch ready to raise sheep instead of cattle, foreman Gene (Gene Autry) tries to stop her. After his plans backfire, Gene must escape several sticky situations to stop Sandra from unloading her land to a crafty rival. Full of conflict, romance and tension, this classic Western also features Smiley Burnette, Ula Love and Ruth Bacon. Joseph Kane directs.


Bells of Rosarita / Springtime in the Rockies  1937  2.7 ★ 125 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Be it crooning or gunslinging, Roy Rogers and Gene Autry could do it all. In Bells of Rosarita, Roy Rogers saddles up with his real-life partner, Dale Evans, in the story of a circus owner who's being swindled by her dead father's former business partner. In Springtime in the Rockies, warbling cowpoke Gene Autry tries to prevent a range war between an inexperienced sheepherder and her cattle-rancher neighbors.


Bells of Rosarita / Springtime in the Rockies  1937  2.7 ★ 125 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Be it crooning or gunslinging, Roy Rogers and Gene Autry could do it all. In Bells of Rosarita, Roy Rogers saddles up with his real-life partner, Dale Evans, in the story of a circus owner who's being swindled by her dead father's former business partner. In Springtime in the Rockies, warbling cowpoke Gene Autry tries to prevent a range war between an inexperienced sheepherder and her cattle-rancher neighbors.


Hopalong Cassidy: Hills of Old Wyoming / North of the Rio Grande  1937  3.0 ★ 149 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
This classic Western double feature includes two of Hopalong Cassidy's early adventures. In Hills of Old Wyoming, Cassidy (William Boyd) and his boys trace a group of cattle rustlers to an Indian reservation -- but when they get there, everything is not as it seems. In North of the Rio Grande, Hoppy's out for justice after his brother is gunned down by train robbers and the town's kangaroo court pronounces the death accidental.


The Texas Rangers / Canyon Passage  1936  2.9 ★ 190 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Love is in the air in this pair of Westerns. The Texas Rangers follows bandits on the run. Two (Fred MacMurray and Jack Oakie) hide out by joining the famous lawmen, hoping to use their inside knowledge to plan more heists, but they have a change of heart after one of them falls for a girl. Canyon Passage centers on a frontier love triangle: Logan (Dana Andrews) escorts his friend's fiancée to Oregon, and romance blossoms along the way.


Hopalong Cassidy: Call of the Prairie / Heart of the West  1936  3.0 ★ 122 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In Call of the Prairie, Johnny Nelson (Jimmy Ellison) is framed by Shanghai's gang for robbery and murder; to complicate the situation, Johnny falls in love with a beautiful girl who happens to be Shanghai's daughter! Can Hopalong (William Boyd) save his sidekick from Shanghai's wrath? In Heart of the West, Hopalong must tangle with crooked rancher Trumbull, who's trying to keep decent landowners from building a fence on their property.

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The John Wayne Collection: Vol. 1: The Man from Utah / Sagebrush Trail  1936  3.6 ★ 115 mins Classics Rated: NR
This double feature stars John Wayne in two early Westerns made for the movie company Lone Star Productions. In The Man from Utah, Wayne's John Weston juggles two beautiful women (played by Polly Ann Young and Anita Campillo) while investigating a string of murders on the rodeo circuit. In Sagebrush Trail, Wayne plays an innocent man wrongly accused of murder who desperately searches for the true villain.


The Texas Rangers / Canyon Passage  1936  2.9 ★ 190 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Love is in the air in this pair of Westerns. The Texas Rangers follows bandits on the run. Two (Fred MacMurray and Jack Oakie) hide out by joining the famous lawmen, hoping to use their inside knowledge to plan more heists, but they have a change of heart after one of them falls for a girl. Canyon Passage centers on a frontier love triangle: Logan (Dana Andrews) escorts his friend's fiancée to Oregon, and romance blossoms along the way.


Hopalong Cassidy: 3 on the Trail / Hopalong Cassidy Returns  1936  3.0 ★ 141 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In "Three on the Trail," cowpoke Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) takes on a gambler, his gang of rustlers and a crooked sheriff, and in "Hopalong Cassidy Returns," Hoppy -- who's now a sheriff -- must solve the murders of a miner and newspaper man. Howard Bretherton and Nate Watt direct these early rough-and-ready Westerns that co-star James Ellison, George "Gabby" Hayes, Gail Sheridan and Evelyn Brent.


Hopalong Cassidy: Call of the Prairie / Heart of the West  1936  3.0 ★ 122 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In Call of the Prairie, Johnny Nelson (Jimmy Ellison) is framed by Shanghai's gang for robbery and murder; to complicate the situation, Johnny falls in love with a beautiful girl who happens to be Shanghai's daughter! Can Hopalong (William Boyd) save his sidekick from Shanghai's wrath? In Heart of the West, Hopalong must tangle with crooked rancher Trumbull, who's trying to keep decent landowners from building a fence on their property.


Hopalong Cassidy: Trail Dust / Borderland  1936  3.0 ★ 159 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
This classic Western double feature includes two of Hopalong Cassidy's early adventures. In Trail Dust, Hoppy (William Boyd) organizes local ranchers to combine their herds and offer a fair price to a relief committee buying cattle to feed a starving population during a famine. But murderous profiteers set out to sabotage his efforts. In Borderland, Cassidy poses as a notorious bandit in order to penetrate the criminal's operations.


Winds of the Wasteland / The Lucky Texan  1936  3.2 ★ 567 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
This double feature of early John Wayne Westerns finds The Duke taking part in exciting chases, fights and shoot-outs. Winds of the Wasteland stars Wayne and Lane Chandler as two friends burned by a bad business deal who hope to get their money back -- and then some -- by winning a stagecoach race. In The Lucky Texan, Jerry Mason (Wayne) and his partner, Jake, strike gold, but their luck sours when Jake is shot and Jerry is framed for his murder.


The Man from Utah  1936  3.2 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
When a string of champion rodeo riders turn up dead under suspicious circumstances, Marshal George Higgins (George Hayes) sends plucky cowpoke John Weston (John Wayne) undercover to find out who's behind the killings. Weston works his way into the conspirators' confidence, only to become their very next target. Robert N. Bradbury directs this early Wayne Western. Polly Ann Young co-stars as the Duke's beautiful young love interest.

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The Man from Utah  1936 52 mins Classics Rated: NR

Hopalong Cassidy: 3 on the Trail / Hopalong Cassidy Returns  1936  3.0 ★ 141 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In "Three on the Trail," cowpoke Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) takes on a gambler, his gang of rustlers and a crooked sheriff, and in "Hopalong Cassidy Returns," Hoppy -- who's now a sheriff -- must solve the murders of a miner and newspaper man. Howard Bretherton and Nate Watt direct these early rough-and-ready Westerns that co-star James Ellison, George "Gabby" Hayes, Gail Sheridan and Evelyn Brent.


Hopalong Cassidy: Trail Dust / Borderland  1936  3.0 ★ 159 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
This classic Western double feature includes two of Hopalong Cassidy's early adventures. In Trail Dust, Hoppy (William Boyd) organizes local ranchers to combine their herds and offer a fair price to a relief committee buying cattle to feed a starving population during a famine. But murderous profiteers set out to sabotage his efforts. In Borderland, Cassidy poses as a notorious bandit in order to penetrate the criminal's operations.


The Man from Utah / Sagebrush Trail  1936  3.6 ★ 115 mins Classics Rated: NR
This double feature stars John Wayne in two early Westerns made for the movie company Lone Star Productions. In The Man from Utah, Wayne's John Weston juggles two beautiful women (played by Polly Ann Young and Anita Campillo) while investigating a string of murders on the rodeo circuit. In Sagebrush Trail, Wayne plays an innocent man wrongly accused of murder who desperately searches for the true villain.


The Lawless Nineties  1936  3.4 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Federal agent John Tipton (John Wayne) goes to the Wyoming territory to clean out the bandits who are harassing settlers and preventing a vote for statehood. After his partner is slain, John teams with newspaperman Carter (George "Gabby" Hayes) to uncover the outlaws' secret leader. When Carter is also killed, his daughter Janet (Ann Rutherford) continues his work, and John organizes the homesteaders to combat the culprits and hold a fair elec...


Winds of the Wasteland / The Lucky Texan  1936  3.2 ★ 567 mins Classics Rated: NR
This double feature of early John Wayne Westerns finds The Duke taking part in exciting chases, fights and shoot-outs. Winds of the Wasteland stars Wayne and Lane Chandler as two friends burned by a bad business deal who hope to get their money back -- and then some -- by winning a stagecoach race. In The Lucky Texan, Jerry Mason (Wayne) and his partner, Jake, strike gold, but their luck sours when Jake is shot and Jerry is framed for his murder.


The Lawless Nineties  1936  3.5 ★ 56 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Federal agent John Tipton aims to rid the Wyoming territory of bandits who are threatening settlers and the drive for statehood. When his partner is killed, Tipton joins a newspaperman and his daughter to rout out the ringleader.


Mister Hobo  1935  3.7 ★ Comedy Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
A shabby bum utilizes his financial savvy to land a job as a bank manager, upset fellow financiers and exceed absolutely everyone's expectations.


Paradise Canyon / Rainbow Valley  1935  3.4 ★ 110 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
John Wayne goes head to head with his fair share of outlaws in this double feature of Westerns from 1935. In Paradise Canyon, Wayne goes undercover by joining a traveling medicine show to bust up a gang of counterfeiters. In Rainbow Valley, The Duke heads up a road-building project into the titular valley, but must contend with a band of rogues who want to control the region -- and, more importantly, its rich ore mines.


The Headline Woman  1935  2.2 ★ 71 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
When gambler Johnny "Full House" Corinti (Theodore von Eltz) turns up dead, the evidence leads to police commissioner Frank Desmond (Conway Tearle) -- but the fingerprints on the murder weapon belong to Myrna Van Buren (Heather Angel), the beautiful daughter of a newspaper owner, who's apparently been framed. Can ace reporter Bob Grayson (Roger Pryor) and a sympathetic cop (Ford Sterling) prove that Myrna didn't do it?

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West of the Divide / Texas Terror  1935  3.5 ★ 110 mins Classics Rated: NR

The Headline Woman  1935  2.3 ★ 71 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
When gambler Johnny "Full House" Corinti (Theodore von Eltz) turns up dead, the evidence leads to police commissioner Frank Desmond (Conway Tearle) -- but the fingerprints on the murder weapon belong to Myrna Van Buren (Heather Angel), the beautiful daughter of a newspaper owner, who's apparently been framed. Can ace reporter Bob Grayson (Roger Pryor) and a sympathetic cop (Ford Sterling) prove that Myrna didn't do it?


West of the Divide / Texas Terror  1935  3.3 ★ 110 mins Classics Rated: NR
This double bill stars John Wayne in two classic Westerns from his Lone Star series, both written and directed by Robert N. Bradbury. In West of the Divide, frontiersman Ted Hayden (Wayne) is on a personal quest to find the men who murdered his parents. In Texas Terror, The Duke hands over his sheriff's badge and heads for the "high lonesome," where he meets and falls in love with rancher Beth Matthews (Lucille Browne).

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Paradise Canyon  1935 52 mins Classics Rated: NR

The Hoosier Schoolmaster  1935  2.0 ★ 69 mins Dramas Rated: NR
After the Civil War ends, veteran Ralph Hartsook (Norman Foster) becomes a teacher in a small Indiana community. But things get complicated for Hartsook when he attempts to rid the town of corrupt politicians. Meanwhile, a band of outlaws tries to ride him out of town, and his attraction to Hannah (Charlotte Henry) puts him in conflict with hotheaded Bud (Fred Kohler Jr.) in this classic drama based on Edward Eggleston's best-selling novel.

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Texas Terror  1935 51 mins Classics Rated: NR

The Guv'nor  1935  3.6 ★ Comedies Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Mistaken as a member of the distinguished Rothschild family, a shabby bum known as the Guv'nor (George Arliss) utilizes his surprising financial savvy to land an incredible job as a bank manager, upset fellow financiers and exceed absolutely everyone's expectations. This classic comedy co-stars Frank Cellier as Barsac, the retiring bank president who tries to grossly rip off an unsuspecting mining family.

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Paradise Canyon / Rainbow Valley  1935  3.6 ★ 110 mins Classics Rated: NR

Hop-a-long Cassidy: Hop-a-long Cassidy / Bar 20 Rides Again  1935  3.0 ★ 123 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Bar 20 ranch foreman Hop-a-long Cassidy (William Boyd) saves the day -- twice -- in two of his early Western adventures that feature the courageous cowboy and his buddies battling wits with nefarious rustlers and outlaws. In the first entry of the popular film series, a fight breaks out with a neighboring ranch over missing cattle. Then, in Bar 20 Rides Again, a thief poses as a dandy to try to capture both a rancher's land and his daughter's ...


Texas Terror  1935  3.2 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Believing he caused the death of his best friend, Matthews, grief-stricken lawman John Higgins (John Wayne) gives up the badge and anonymously takes a job on his dead pal's ranch, now run by Matthews's daughter Bess (Lucile Browne), recently returned from back East. As romance blossoms between the two, Higgins learns the identity of the man who actually killed his friend and enlists local Indian to help him nab the bad guy.


West of the Divide / Texas Terror  1935  3.4 ★ 110 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
This double bill stars John Wayne in two classic Westerns from his Lone Star series, both written and directed by Robert N. Bradbury. In West of the Divide, frontiersman Ted Hayden (Wayne) is on a personal quest to find the men who murdered his parents. In Texas Terror, The Duke hands over his sheriff's badge and heads for the "high lonesome," where he meets and falls in love with rancher Beth Matthews (Lucille Browne).


Paradise Canyon / Rainbow Valley  1935  3.4 ★ 110 mins Classics Rated: NR
John Wayne goes head to head with his fair share of outlaws in this double feature of Westerns from 1935. In Paradise Canyon, Wayne goes undercover by joining a traveling medicine show to bust up a gang of counterfeiters. In Rainbow Valley, The Duke heads up a road-building project into the titular valley, but must contend with a band of rogues who want to control the region -- and, more importantly, its rich ore mines.

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Randy Rides Alone  1934 Classics Rated: NR

The Lucky Texan  1934  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure
After blacksmith Jerry Mason (John Wayne) returns home upon finishing college back east, he forms a partnership with cantankerous rancher Jake Benson (George "Gabby" Hayes). Things look good for the partners when they find a gold mine -- until two crooked assayers (Lloyd Whitlock, Yakima Canutt) try to swindle them. This rip-roaring Western co-stars Barbara Sheldon and features Canutt's brilliant stunt work in several notable chase sequences.


http://feedfliks.com/movie/error-title/75603  1934 Classics Rated: NR
After blacksmith Jerry Mason (John Wayne) returns home upon finishing college back east, he forms a partnership with cantankerous rancher Jake Benson (George "Gabby" Hayes). Things look good for the partners when they find a gold mine -- until two crooked assayers (Lloyd Whitlock, Yakima Canutt) try to swindle them. This rip-roaring Western co-stars Barbara Sheldon and features Canutt's brilliant stunt work in several notable chase sequences.


The House of Mystery  1934  2.5 ★ 62 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
Twenty years after thieving jewels from a Hindu temple, archaeologist John Prendergast (Clay Clement) meets with investors at his estate to divvy up the loot. Sadly, the curse of Kali has followed Prendergast, and his greedy guests start dropping dead. Young insurance salesman Jack Armstrong (radio star Ed Lowry) tries to stay alive long enough to catch the killer in this lighthearted whodunit.


The House of Mystery  1934  2.5 ★ 62 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
Twenty years after thieving jewels from a Hindu temple, archaeologist John Prendergast (Clay Clement) meets with investors at his estate to divvy up the loot. Sadly, the curse of Kali has followed Prendergast, and his greedy guests start dropping dead. Young insurance salesman Jack Armstrong (radio star Ed Lowry) tries to stay alive long enough to catch the killer in this lighthearted whodunit.

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The John Wayne Collection: Vol. 4: Lawless Frontier / Randy Rides Alone  1934  3.5 ★ 106 mins Classics Rated: NR
Lawless Frontier finds John Tobin (John Wayne) searching for Pandro Zanti (Earl Dwire), the outlaw who murdered his father and tried to kidnap his girl. In Randy Rides Alone, Randy Bowers (John Wayne) walks into a corpse-filled bar and is mistakenly arrested. Stuntman Yakima Canutt plays Randy's main adversary, the leader of the renegades responsible for the cold-blooded slaughter. Dwire co-stars as the sheriff bent on justice.


Beggars in Ermine  1934  2.5 ★ 72 mins Dramas Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Depressed after losing his legs in an accident, wealthy industrialist John Dawson (Lionel Atwill) befriends a group of local beggars, effectively streamlining their operation to bring in three times the revenue. The grateful tramps repay their benefactor by uncovering the truth about his "accident," revealing that his deceptive business manager (Jameson Thomas) arranged the mishap so that he could get his hands on Dawson's company.


Blue Steel  1934  3.2 ★ 54 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In an early B-movie role, John Wayne plays an undercover federal marshal who's accused of a robbery in this Western written and directed by Robert Bradbury. After the elusive Polka Dot Bandit pilfers a hotel safe, Sheriff Jake (George "Gabby" Hayes) spies marshal John Carruthers (Wayne) hurrying away from the empty vault and assume he's the culprit. It's up to Carruthers to prove his innocence and help rid the town of a ruthless gang.


Brand of Hate  1934  2.4 ★ 62 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In this B-grade Western, rancher Rod Kent (Bob Steele) falls for his comely neighbor Margie Orkin (Lucile Browne), but complications arise when her greedy half uncle Bill (George "Gabby" Hayes) tries to blackmail her. When the gallant cowboy steps in to protect his ladylove, one of Bill's vicious sons kills Rod's father. Joined by Margie's little brother and his loyal dog, Rod sets out to bring the villainous Orkin men to justice.


Blue Steel  1934  3.2 ★ 54 mins Classics Rated: NR
In an early B-movie role, John Wayne plays an undercover federal marshal who's accused of a robbery in this Western written and directed by Robert Bradbury. After the elusive Polka Dot Bandit pilfers a hotel safe, Sheriff Jake (George "Gabby" Hayes) spies marshal John Carruthers (Wayne) hurrying away from the empty vault and assume he's the culprit. It's up to Carruthers to prove his innocence and help rid the town of a ruthless gang.


http://feedfliks.com/movie/error-title/48005  1934  3.3 ★ 567 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
This double feature of early John Wayne Westerns finds The Duke taking part in exciting chases, fights and shoot-outs. Winds of the Wasteland stars Wayne and Lane Chandler as two friends burned by a bad business deal who hope to get their money back -- and then some -- by winning a stagecoach race. In The Lucky Texan, Jerry Mason (Wayne) and his partner, Jake, strike gold, but their luck sours when Jake is shot and Jerry is framed for his murder.

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Lawless Frontier  1934 49 mins Classics Rated: NR
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West of the Divide  1934 52 mins TV-PG Rated: NR

Beggars in Ermine  1934  2.8 ★ 72 mins Drama Rated: NR
Depressed after losing his legs in an accident, a wealthy industrialist befriends a group of beggars, effectively streamlining their operation to bring in three times the revenue. Before long, the grateful tramps find a way to return the favor.


The Star Packer  1934  3.2 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
After the local sheriff is murdered, U.S. Marshal John Travers takes up the job and, with the help of his Indian sidekick, vows to foil the Shadow, a mysterious kingpin who's terrorizing the town with murders, robberies, and other dastardly deeds.


Lawless Frontier / Randy Rides Alone  1934  3.4 ★ 106 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Lawless Frontier finds John Tobin (John Wayne) searching for Pandro Zanti (Earl Dwire), the outlaw who murdered his father and tried to kidnap his girl. In Randy Rides Alone, Randy Bowers (John Wayne) walks into a corpse-filled bar and is mistakenly arrested. Stuntman Yakima Canutt plays Randy's main adversary, the leader of the renegades responsible for the cold-blooded slaughter. Dwire co-stars as the sheriff bent on justice.


Brand of Hate  1934  2.4 ★ 62 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In this B-grade Western, rancher Rod Kent (Bob Steele) falls for his comely neighbor Margie Orkin (Lucile Browne), but complications arise when her greedy half uncle Bill (George "Gabby" Hayes) tries to blackmail her. When the gallant cowboy steps in to protect his ladylove, one of Bill's vicious sons kills Rod's father. Joined by Margie's little brother and his loyal dog, Rod sets out to bring the villainous Orkin men to justice.


Lawless Frontier / Randy Rides Alone  1934  3.4 ★ 106 mins Classics Rated: NR
Lawless Frontier finds John Tobin (John Wayne) searching for Pandro Zanti (Earl Dwire), the outlaw who murdered his father and tried to kidnap his girl. In Randy Rides Alone, Randy Bowers (John Wayne) walks into a corpse-filled bar and is mistakenly arrested. Stuntman Yakima Canutt plays Randy's main adversary, the leader of the renegades responsible for the cold-blooded slaughter. Dwire co-stars as the sheriff bent on justice.


The Lawless Frontier  1934  3.2 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
On the trail of Pandro Zanti (Earl Dwire), the outlaw who gunned down his parents, John Tobin (John Wayne) saves grizzled prospector Dusty (George Hayes) and his granddaughter Ruby (Sheila Terry) from a similar fate, only to have Zanti elude capture once again. Following Zanti into the desert, Tobin finds he must now confront the outlaw's entire gang. Robert N. Bradbury directs this classic Western co-starring Jack Rockwell and Yakima Canutt.


West of the Divide  1934  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
John Wayne stars as Ted Hayden, a man who poses as an outlaw and joins a gang to expose its leader as the crook who killed his father years before. Hayden must also save his long-lost brother, Spuds, from outlaws.


Randy Rides Alone  1934  3.1 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Wrongly tossed in jail for a murder he didn't commit, Randy Bowers (John Wayne) escapes from the clink and, with the help of lovely Sally Rogers (Alberta Vaughn), locates the real killers' hideout behind a waterfall. Managing to elude the sheriff and infiltrate the gang, Bowers hatches a clever scheme to bring the outlaws to justice. George Hayes, Yakima Canutt and Earl Dwire co-star in this B Western from director Harry L. Fraser.


The Sphinx  1933  2.5 ★ 63 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
After a jury acquits wealthy mute philanthropist Jerome Breen (Lionel Atwill) on charges of murdering a janitor, reporter Jack Burton (Theodore Newton) grows skeptical of Breen's "muteness" when another string of killings occurs. But Burton's would-be girlfriend, Jerry Crane (Sheila Terry), the paper's society editor, believes in Breen's innocence and she cozies up to the millionaire, not knowing she may be walking into a very dangerous trap.

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Sagebrush Trail  1933 53 mins Classics Rated: NR

The Gallant Fool  1933  2.3 ★ 60 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Cowboy Kit Denton (Bob Steele) joins his father's traveling circus and discovers that Pop harbors a secret in this classic Western with a big-top twist. When the circus arrives in Big Ben, Kit learns that his dad, Charles (George "Gabby" Hayes), fled the town years ago when he was falsely accused of murder. But he's forced to face his past when local politico Chris McDonald (John Elliott) recognizes his longtime foe and targets Charles for death.


The Phantom Broadcast  1933  2.3 ★ 73 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
Grant Murdock (Arnold Gray) is a crooner who has it all -- except for a talented singing voice. That's provided by Norman Wilder (Ralph Forbes), Murdock's accompanist, whose deformity keeps him from the limelight. So when Murdock turns up dead, the murder is pinned on Wilder. But the truth is as sinister as the twisted arrangement between the two men. Vivienne Osborne co-stars in this chilling black-and-white whodunit.


Riders of Destiny  1933  3.3 ★ Action & Adventure Rated: NR
Saddle up for John Wayne's first Monogram flick, a dark Western that stars the Duke as Singin' Sandy Saunders, an undercover government agent dispatched to protect a group of ranchers from being muscled out of their land. James Kincaid (Forrest Taylor) owns the rights to the town creek and puts the locals between a rock and a hard place: Surrender the land, or pay through the nose to use his water. Cecilia Parker co-stars as Wayne's love inter...


John Wayne: Lone Cowboy  1932  3.5 ★ 239 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
In this collection of John Wayne classics from the 1930s, The Duke proves he's the master of the lone cowboy genre. In The Trail Beyond, he must find a friend's missing daughter, while in The Star Packer, he plays a U.S. marshal on the trail of outlaws. In The Lawless Frontier, Wayne returns home after discovering that bandits murdered his parents. And in The Hurricane Express, he must find a disguised man terrorizing the railroad.


John Wayne: Lone Cowboy  1932  3.6 ★ 239 mins Classics Rated: NR
In this collection of John Wayne classics from the 1930s, The Duke proves he's the master of the lone cowboy genre. In The Trail Beyond, he must find a friend's missing daughter, while in The Star Packer, he plays a U.S. marshal on the trail of outlaws. In The Lawless Frontier, Wayne returns home after discovering that bandits murdered his parents. And in The Hurricane Express, he must find a disguised man terrorizing the railroad.


Texas Buddies  1932  2.5 ★ 58 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
World War I crackerjack pilot Gat Garner (Bob Steele) and his buddy (George "Gabby" Hayes) track down a murderous outlaw in this vintage Western. On a trip through the Texas desert, the two chums stumble across human skeletal remains, along with a note asking the finder to care for the dead man's niece, June (Nancy Drexel). Gat teams with the sheriff to catch the wily killer (Harry Semels), managing along the way to fall head over heels for June.


Texas Buddies  1932  2.5 ★ 58 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
World War I crackerjack pilot Gat Garner (Bob Steele) and his buddy (George "Gabby" Hayes) track down a murderous outlaw in this vintage Western. On a trip through the Texas desert, the two chums stumble across human skeletal remains, along with a note asking the finder to care for the dead man's niece, June (Nancy Drexel). Gat teams with the sheriff to catch the wily killer (Harry Semels), managing along the way to fall head over heels for June.


Hidden Valley  1932  2.3 ★ 56 mins Action & Adventure Rated: NR
While hunting for Hidden Valley and its fabled gold, sure-shooting cowpoke Bob Harding (Bob Steele) and his archaeologist pal must thwart bandit Frank Gavin (Francis McDonald), who wants the loot for himself. Gavin and his gang kill the scientist and frame Harding for the crime, but the resourceful gunman turns to his lady friend (Gertrude Messinger) -- and the Goodyear blimp -- to foil their schemes. Steele's father, Robert N. Bradbury, directs.


Dragnet Patrol  1931  2.2 ★ 55 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
When Larry (Glenn Tryon) meets barmaid Millie (Vera Reynolds), it's love at first sight. But it doesn't take long for Millie to tire of being a sailor's wife, and she prods Larry to join up with a gang of well-heeled bootleggers in this classic crime caper. Now, Larry's bringing in more money than Millie ever dreamed of -- but his love affair with a gangster's girl (Symona Boniface) could land him in hot water.


Dragnet Patrol  1931  2.1 ★ 55 mins Thrillers Rated: NR
When Larry (Glenn Tryon) meets barmaid Millie (Vera Reynolds), it's love at first sight. But it doesn't take long for Millie to tire of being a sailor's wife, and she prods Larry to join up with a gang of well-heeled bootleggers in this classic crime caper. Now, Larry's bringing in more money than Millie ever dreamed of -- but his love affair with a gangster's girl (Symona Boniface) could land him in hot water.

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