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Nov 28, 2019 A.W. Hackel, Sam Katzman
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When Sundown (Bob Steele) wins a horse race he is paid with a deed to a ranch. Arriving at the ranch he finds the Prestons (Marie Burton/Jack Rockwell) already living there. They bought it from the fake land agent Taggart (Ed Cassidy) who then frames Sundown for murder.
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Topics: Western, Bob Steele
Feature Films
Nov 24, 2019 A.W. Hackel
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eye 5,519
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Safely from behind some shrubbery, Johnny Hume (Mickey Rentschler), a boy of 6 or 7, witnesses the slaughter of his mother, father and brother by the guns of a gang led by "the Cat" (Yakima Canutt). Twenty years later finds Johnny (Johnny Mack Brown) grown to manhood, an expert bronc rider and target shooter - but paralyzed with fearful memories in an actual gunfight.
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Topics: Western, Johnny Mack Brown
Feature Films
Nov 23, 2019 A.W. Hackel
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eye 7,843
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Lawman Kirk Baxter (Johnny Mack Brown) is called in to hunt down a gang of cutthroats who rob gold shipments as they pass through the desert, murdering the escorts with silver bullets. In a bizarre twist, the baddies own a silver mine in which they force a handful of scrawny men to work as slaves
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Topics: Western, Johnny Mack Brown
Feature Films
- Lee S. Marcus
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eye 11,956
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The story is about a husband (Bud Jamison) who tells his wife he's going hunting but actually sneaks off to fool around in Atlantic City. While the wife (Constance Bergen), says she's going to Washington D.C. but is also sneaking off the Atlantic City. Once there the husband goes to a scenic photographers (Bobby Clark & Paul McCullough) who fakes pictures to cover for straying spouses. Later the pictures are delivered to the hotel where all parties literally run into each other.
Topics: Comedy, Short, Bobby Clark, Paul McCullough