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by Arthur and Max Alexander
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eye 5,766
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Receiving an urgent letter from his father (Charles K. French) to return home, Tom Duncan (Guinn Williams) arrives to find him murdered. It seems he was killed over a substantial amount of cash he'd hidden somewhere in the house, but didn't get around to disclosing the whereabouts of. When his servant and then his sidekick (Lafe McKee) disappear, Tom sees a masked stranger leaving the ranch and chases him. But the stranger's men are waiting and Tom soon finds himself a prisoner.
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Topic: Western
Feature Films
by 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
Sci-Fi / Horror
by Arthur and Max Alexander, Maury M. Cohen
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eye 23,549
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After a series of unsolved murders, a man finds out that his mother was bitten by a vampire bat during her pregnancy, and he believes that he may be the vampire committing the murders.
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Topic: Horror
Feature Films
by A.W. Hackel
movies
eye 23,599
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Summoned by Ed Oliver (Charles K. French), Jim Hale (Bob Steele) and sidekick Fuzz (Buck Connors) arrive at Oliver's ranch to find a range war in progress. Unknown to Jim, Ed Brady (Steve Clark) has kidnapped Oliver and replaced him with a stooge. Brady is after the Green ranch and Jim and Fuzz now set out to help Helen Green (Roberta Gale).
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Topics: Western, Bob Steele
Feature Films
by A.W. Hackel, Sam Katzman
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eye 4,134
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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
by 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
by A.W. Hackel
movies
eye 5,076
favorite 6
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Bob Marlow (Bob Steele) is sent undercover to an Arizona town where an outlaw gang, comprised of the six Tolliver brothers, have taken over the town and terrorizing the citizens. He comes to town, posing as an Eastern dude, and, through a series of incidents manages to get rid of three of the brothers, mostly through their own ineptness. The remaining brothers decide to get-while-the-gettin'-is good, rob the bank and head for the Mexican border.
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Topics: Western, Bob Steele
Feature Films
by Jam Handy
movies
eye 4,790
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In her film debut, Patricia Morison plays the doe eyed daughter (Mary Jane) who yearned for a young car salesman (Martin Griffith) that was regularly getting into scrapes with the law. Her father forbid her to have anything to do with him, unless she could prove he was worthy as a man and as a car salesman.
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Topics: Short, Drama