A premium, 20-Movie Collection of licensed films from Columbia Pictures / Sony Pictures
(1941) - B&W - Not Rated
William Holden, Glenn Ford
Two saddle bums dream of making a fortune in the Lone Star state. When they witness a stagecoach holdup, they decide to rob the robbers.
Blazing Across the Pecos
(1948) - B&W - Not Rated
Charles Starrett, Smiley Burnette, Charles Wilson
The Durango Kid returns to fight a double-crossing villain that is attacking his rival's wagon caravans.
They Came to Cordura
(1959) - Color - Not Rated
Gary Cooper, Rita Hayworth, Van Heflin, Tab Hunter
A timeless story of courage and cowardice set against the backdrop of the 1916 war against Pancho Villa.
The Man from Colorado
(1948) - Color - Not Rated
William Holden, Glenn Ford, Ellen Drew, Edgar Buchanan
A judge on the brink of insanity and a town on the edge of revolt. And only one man stands between them.
(1953) - Color - Not Rated
Rock Hudson, Donna Reed, Philip Carey, Lee Marvin
A rough-and-tumbleweed tale of a psychotic gunman and the hero determined to stop him after his bride is kipnapped.
The Black Dakotas
(1954) - Color - Not Rated
Gary Merrill, Wanda Hendrix, John Bromfield, Noah Beery Jr.
A government agent with the authority to enact a generous peace treaty with the Sioux is killed en route to the Dakotas, setting the stage for war.
(1971) - Color - Not Rated
Cliff Robertson, Geraldine Page, Cristina Ferrare, R.G. Armstrong
An aging rodeo rider dreams of a second chance and competing in the national championship after being released from prison.
A Lawless Street
(1955) – Color – 78 minutes – Not Rated
Starring: Randolph Scott, Angela Lansbury, Jean Parker, Warner Anderson, Wallace Ford
Randolph Scott stars as Marshal Coleen Wave, a lawman who moves from town to town in the Colorado Territory, ridding each of its outlaws. His dedication to his gob causes his wife, played by Angela Lansbury (TV's "Murder She Wrote"), to leave him. She will not come back to him until he has hung up his guns for good. But he is determined to clean up one last town, run by bandits, who don't want to see the territory become a state.
The Tall T
(1957) – Color – 78 minutes – Not Rated
Starring: Randolph Scott, Richard Boone, Maureen O’Sullivan, Arthur Hunnicutt, Skip Homeier
After losing his horse in an ill-timed wager, Arizona rancher Pat Brennan (Randolph Scott) joins Willard Mims and his new wife, Doretta (Maureen O'Sullivan), as he hitches a ride on a passing stagecoach. Things turn ugly when the stagecoach is hijacked by three thieves whose leader, Usher (Richard Boone), thinks nothing of killing the driver. To spare his own life, the cowardly Willard lets Usher know that, as the daughter of a wealthy copper miner, Doretta could bring a huge ransom. Before leaving to collect the cash, Usher kills Willard. But after Brennan takes out his two henchmen, to protect Doretta, he's forced into a deadly showdown once Usher returns.
Decision At Sundown
(1957) – Color – 78 minutes – Not Rated
Starring: Randolph Scott, John Carroll, Karen Steele, Valerie French, Noah Beery Jr., John Archer
Bart Allison arrives in Sundown planning to kill Tate Kimbrough. Three years earlier he believed Kimbrough was responsible for the death of his wife. He finds Kimbrough and warns him he is going to kill him but gets pinned down in the livery stable with his friend Sam by Kimbrough's stooge Sheriff and his men. When Sam is shot in the back after being told he could leave safely, some of the townsmen change sides and disarm the Sheriff's men forcing him to face Allison alone. Taking care of the Sheriff, Allison injures his gun hand and must now face Kimbrough left-handed.
Buchanan Rides Alone
(1958) – Color – 80 minutes – Not Rated
Starring: Randolph Scott, Craig Stevens, Barry Kelley, Tol Avery, Peter Whitney, Manuel Rojas
This taut western with non-stop plot twists is about a taciturn character Randolph Scott who becomes involved in the goings-on of a frontier border town. Scott takes on the corrupt family in charge of the town in a general war of nerves which leads to an incredible shoot-'em-up climax.
(1959) – Color – 73 minutes – Not Rated
Starring: Randolph Scott, Karen Steele, Pernell Roberts, James Best, Lee Van Cleef, James Coburn
Though ex-sheriff-turned-bounty-hunter Ben Brigade (Randolph Scott) captures the young desperado Billy John, it's his older brother, Frank, who's his real target. Joined by Sam Boone (Pernell Roberts), an outlaw looking to go straight, and Carrie Lane (Karen Steele), a widow whose stationmaster husband was killed in an Apache raid, Ben uses the threat of Billy's hanging as bait. And when Frank is lured into coming to his little brother's rescue, a showdown that leaves the outlaw dead and Sam and Carrie collecting the bounty on Billy, Ben is left to ride away alone.
(1960) – Color – 74 minutes – Not Rated
Starring: Randolph Scott, Nancy Gates, Claude Akins, Skip Homeier, Richard Rust, Rand Brooks
Loner Cody trades with the Comanches to get a white girl released. He is joined on his way back to the girl's husband by an outlaw and his sidekicks. It turns out there is a large reward for the return of the girl, and with the Indians on the warpath and the outlaw being an old enemy of Cody's, things are set for several showdowns.
(1931) Not Rated B&W
Buck Jones (Dawn of The Great Divide), Academy Award® winner John Wayne (True Grit), Susan Fleming (Million Dollar Legs), Ed LeSaint (Colorado Trail), William Walling (The Temple of Venus), Wallace MacDonald (Dark Skies), Harry Woods (In Early Arizona)
Wayne makes a very early appearance as a ranch owner's son falsely accused in the murder of a cattle rustler. Just as the Duke is about to get his neck stretched by an angry mob, Jones rides in and reveals the killer's true identity.
(1932) Not Rated B&W
Alice Day (The Smart Set), Tim McCoy (Aces and Eights), Academy Award® winners John Wayne (Rio Bravo) and Walter Brennan (Sergeant York), Wheeler Oakman (Outside the Law), Tully Marshall (Ball of Fire), Wallace MacDonald (Tex Takes a Holiday)
Tim McCoy is a rancher who borrows ten grand from Oakman. It turns out Oakman is a land grabber who lends money and rustles cattle so ranchers can't pay back and lose their land. With the help of a sheriff's posse McCoy captures Oakman, ending his evil reign in the valley.
(1932) Not Rated B&W
Tim McCoy (Winners of The Wilderness), Academy Award® winners John Wayne (The Searchers) and Walter Brennan (To Have and Have Not), Shirley Grey (The Mystery of Marie Celeste), Wheeler Oakman (Shanghai Lady), Wallace MacDonald (The Primrose Path)
A cowboy (Tim McCoy) rides into a strange town called Stampede and is mistaken for a rancher who disappeared five years before, and who is thought dead. A head wound restores his memory and proves him to be the missing rancher.
The Return of Daniel Boone
(1941) Not Rated B&W
Wild Bill Elliott, Betty Miles, Dub Taylor, Ray Bennett
Bill "Wild Bill" Elliott plays Bill Boone, the grandson of Daniel Boone, who comes to the rescue of fair maiden (and renegade) Ellen Brandon, played by Betty Miles, who has shot and killed a tax collector in the employ of a crooked mayor. Mayor Ewell (Walter Soderling) is in the pocket of local thug Leach Kilgrain (Ray Bennett). Kilgrain's goal is to gain control of the local ranches through an unscrupulous tax scheme. Meanwhile, Bill's usual sidekick Cannonball (Dub Taylor) is less support than usual as he's busy attracting the attention of twin sisters Melinda and Matilda - but he thinks they're the same girl!
(1951) Not Rated Color
Randolph Scott, Janis Carter, Jerome Courtland
In this rousing, action-packed post-Civil War adventure, Scott stars as Britt Canfield, the eldest of four brothers who heads West to carve out a new life. Britt joins the Yankee-funded Santa Fe Railroad, where the straight-shooting ex-Confederate takes on indians, crooked gamblers, and most dangerous of all, his three brothers, vicious Yankee haters who'll stop at nothing to prevent the completion of the Santa Fe. Even if it means killing their own brother.
(1949) Not Rated B&W
Charles Starrett, Smiley Burnette, Fred Sears, Tommy Ivo
The Durango Kid rides again, this time to try to maintain peace between a post of Calvary officers quartered at Fort Sanders and the local Indians. When Chief Eagle is mysteriously shot during a meeting to discuss peace, his son Running Wolf (Jay Silverheels) threatens to avenge the death of his father with war. The local Indian Agent, Steve Holden (Charles Starrett), cautions the Colonel to remain calm and show Running Wolf that he stands for peace, but Steve finds himself caught in the middle with neither side trusting his council. Fortunately for all, Steve's outlaw alter-ego The Durango Kid is trusted by Running Wolf, and his quick action helps end the killing. Smiley Burnette is on hand as a traveling shoe repairman, who gets himself in plenty of trouble. Young Tommy Ivo plays the Colonel's son - whose defiant streak puts him in the path of trouble and also allows him to come to the aid of the soldiers!
(1940) Not Rated B&W
William Holden, Jean Arthur, Warren William, Edgar Buchanan
An Epic Tale Of One Woman's Destiny
“...an enjoyable, big Western with plenty of action!” - The Motion Picture Guide
Screen legends Jean Arthur (The Plainsman) and William Holden (The Wild Bunch) star in the epic saga of Phoebe Titus (Arthur), a whip-carrying, rifle-toting hellion who single-handedly transforms a dirt-poor army outpost into Tucson, Arizona, the pride of the American West. When Peter Muncie (Holden) moseys into Tucson, a love-struck Phoebe (Arthur) decides the handsome drifter’s just the man to help run her cattle ranch, the largest in the territory. Standing in her way, however, is Jefferson Carteret (Warren William, Lady for a Day), a city slicker who not only plans to cheat Phoebe out of her business but Peter as well, by gunning him down on their wedding day. Jam-packed with thundering cattle stampedes, full-blooded Indian attacks and a cast of thousands, ARIZONA is..."an enjoyable, big Western with plenty of action!" — The Motion Picture Guide