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Harlem Rides the Range (1939)

Harlem Rides the Range is a 1939 American black cowboy film directed by Richard C. Kahn.



Whistlin' Bullets (1937)

Ace Beldon is in prison, but with his stolen bonds not recovered, Capt. Saunders has an idea. He sends Graham to prison and has him and Beldon break out. With Ranger Raymond assisting, they make their escape and get to the hangout run by Stone. But the plan starts to go awry when Sam overhears Graham talking with the Captain and reports back to Stone.



Under Western Stars (1938)

Roy Rogers is elected to Congress to bring the misery of the "dustbowl" of the 1930s to the attention of Washington politicians.



Wagon Wheels (1934)

In 1844 scout Cint Belmet and his two sidekicks guide a wagon train to the newly opened Oregon territory despite hardships and Indian attack.


Roaring Six Guns (1937)

Although Buck Sinclair (Kermit Maynard) is in love with Beth Ringold (Mary Hayes), her father George Ringold (Sam Flint)is one of his most bitter enemies; he is bent on Beth marrying "Mile-a-Way" Roberts (John Merton), his conniving partner. Buck leases some very valuable government grazing land, which Ringold and Roberts are anxious to obtain since their ranch land is barren. When Buck's lease expire, Ringold instructs the local bank, in which he is the largest stockholder, not to underwrite Buck's bid. But "Wildcat" Roper (Budd Buster), a rancher who fears Ringold will freeze him and other ranchers out if he gains control of Buck's lease, comes to Buck's aid. Roberts imports "Sundown" (Earle Hodgins), a professional gunman to get rid of Buck.

Southward Ho (1939)

In post Civil War Texas a former Union officer is the government's chief law enforcement official and tax collector. Roy Rogers discovers that the man is also the head of an outlaw gang.

Wings Over Wyoming (1937)

When the law gets too close in their eastern city of operations, gang-leader "Doc" Kramer moves them all west to Wyoming and starts an extortion racket against the cattlemen. Jeffrey Carson, a western movie star, is about to leave the area when his friend, G. Gadsby Holmes, a Hollywood film writer, shows up on the lam from a divorce action, and persuades Carson to stay on and go hunting until it cools down for him in Hollywood. It isn't long before Carson finds himself fighting on the behalf of local rancher Violet Butler, and her niece, Betty, against the Kramer gangsters.

Wild Horse (1931)

Wild Horse is a 1931 American western film directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Hoot Gibson and Alberta Vaughn.[

Whistlin' Dan (1932)

A cowboy and sidekick infiltrate a rustler gang to avenge the murder of their pal.

Wall Street Cowboy (1939) 

Roy Rogers goes back east, with his two pals Gabby and Chuckawalla, to try and raise funds to pay off the mortgage on his ranch. He approaches an old friend of his father's, Roger Hammond, a Wall Street financier, but meets with a rebuff due to the fumbling tactics of his two well-meaning friends, and the machinations of Hammond's race-horse trainer, Tony McGrath, who is working with a gang back west, headed by Miles and Bainbridge, to take over the ranch because of the rich mineral deposits on the property that Roy is unaware of.

Wagon Trail (1935)

The son of Sheriff Clay Hartley, of the frontier town Elder, has gotten into bad company and hangs out with an outlaw gang in which, Collins, owner of the Golden Rule Saloon, is the secret head. Sheriff Hartley suspects him, but has been unable to gather the needed evidence. Collins instructs his gang, including young Hartley, to hold up the stagecoach on its return trip from Missionary Flats and take the cargo of gold dust it is carrying. Sheriff Hartley is notified of the planned holdup by one of his deputies who has been spying on Collins, and organizes a posse. A deputy-sheriff is killed in the ensuing gunfight between the lawmen and the outlaws, but Deputy Joe Larkin, pursues and captures Clay Hartley Jr. The latter is quickly tried and convicted of the killing of the deputy, and sentenced to be hung. Sheriff Hartley has only a few hours to prove his son was not the killer. He enlists the aid of Collins' step-daughter, Joan, who is in love with Hartley's son.

Valley of Terror (1937)

A cowboy finds himself in jail for rustling cattle. His buddy gets the idea to form a lynch mob in the hopes of arranging his escape once the mob takes him out of jail. However, things don't quite work out the way he planned.

Two Gun Man (1931)

Hired guns threaten ranchers.



Trouble Busters (1933)

Rancher Tex Blaine and his pals decide to give skinflint Dan Allen, owner of the Custer Merchantile Company, a fright by kidnapping him and running him out of town. At Allen's ranch, Tex lassos Allen's visiting niece, Mary Ann Perkins, by mistake and apologizes by proposing marriage. Tex leaves town with the Custer sheriff in hot pursuit but doesn't know the sheriff only wants to give him a letter. Tex is joined by the self-proclaimed trouble-seeking trouble busters Skinny Cassidy and Windy Wallace and the three ride to Placerville, where Big Bill Jarvis is drunkenly breaking up the saloon. Tex whips Jarvis and then the impressed Jarvis gives him a job on the Bar-X ranch. Jarvis is after an oil strip on the adjoining Bar-Y ranch where Skinny and Windy have secured jobs and tell Tex that the ranch is owned by Mary Ann. Since the strip is up for grabs, Tex reaches it first and stakes a claim much to the dismay of Mary Ann and her cousin Jim Perkins. The sheriff catches up with Tex and the letter informs him he has inherited the Bar-X.Mary Ann and Jim discover that Tex, their new neighbor, has filed the strip claim in her name.



Trouble in Texas (1937)

Rodeo stars are being killed with poisoned needles, and Tex Ritter is next on the list.



Trail of the Hawk (1935)

Jay Price's dying mother tells him his real name is Jack King and gives him a locket as proof. At the King ranch he loses the locket which is found by the foreman. Hoping to regain his proof, he hires on as a ranchhand knowing the foreman is the outlaw known as the Hawk. But trying to prevent the Hawk from rustling cattle, he is captured by the Hawk's men.



Tombstone Canyon (1932)

Maynard hears the cry of the weird masked "phantom" of Tombstone Canyon. The plot thickens when Maynard discovers a man with a key to his past has been murdered by the phantom.

In Kentucky just after the Civil War, the Hayden-Colby feud leads to Jed Colby being sent to prison for 15 years for murder. The Haydens head for Nevada and when Colby gets out of prison he heads there also seeking revenge. The head of the Hayden family tries to avoid more killing but the inevitable showdown has to occur, complicated by Lynn Hayden and Ellen Colby's plans to marry.

Thunder over Texas (1934)

A cowboy tries to protect a young woman whose father was murdered because he had railroad maps that showed the location of a proposed new line. Now the killers are after her because they think she has the maps.

Thunder In The Desert (1938)

Thunder in the Desert is a 1938 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield, written by George H. Plympton, and starring Bob Steele, Louise Stanley, Don Barclay, Ed Brady, Charles King and Horace Murphy. It was released on March 7, 1938, by Republic Pictures

The Utah Trail (1938) 

Tex and his sidekicks arrive to help out his friend Jeffers, a railroad owner, only to find that he has been killed. They quickly run into trouble with an outlaw gang in their attempt to find the mysterious ghost train that supposedly runs on Jeffer's line.

The Trusted Outlaw (1937)

Dan Ward, reformed and last member of an outlaw family, meets Molly Clark in a rocky draw near town. Ted Wells, a henchman for Dan's enemy Jim Swain, attempts to shoot Dan but is outdrawn and killed by the latter. Molly disappears and Dan learns that she and Wells had ridden there together. Sheriff Bob Larimer tells Dan that Molly is in love with Bert Gilmore and tried to have him ambushed. Dan takes a risky job with mine owner Pember of getting the $10,000 payroll through to the mine. Swain suspects that Dan is carrying the payroll, but his gang is unable to stop Dan. Betty Pember disregards Dan's warning that the hills are filled with Swain's men and she starts for town. She is kidnapped by Gilmore and Molly and Dan ride to her rescue.

The Trail Beyond (1934)

Rod Drew hunts for a missing girl and finds himself in a fight over a goldmine as well.

The Three Mesquiteers (1936)

The Three Mesquiteers is the umbrella title for a Republic Pictures series of 51 Western B-movies released between 1936 and 1943, including eight films starring John Wayne. The name was a play on words, referring to mesquite, a plant common in the Western states, and The Three Musketeers.


The Rider of the Law (1935)

Bob Marlow 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. But Bob isn't far behind.



The Night Rider (1932)

The Night Rider is a 1932 American Pre-Code western film directed by Fred C. Newmeyer and William Nigh.



The Montana Kid (1935)

A cowboy whose friend has been swindled out of his ranch and then murdered must take care of the man's son, then he goes after the killers.

The Law of the '45 (1935)

Lawyer Rontel has made Geologist Sheffield his prisoner and by power of attorney is using his money to buy the ranches of those driven off by his hired men. But when he goes after Hayden, Tucson and Stoney arrive and things begin to change.

The Last of the Clintons (1935)

Cowboy infiltrates an outlaw gang to expose their rackets, but after he's ordered to kidnap a young girl, the gang finds out who he really is.

The Laramie kid (1935)

Tom Talbot surrenders himself to Dad Bland, father of the girl he loves, assuming the guilt of a bank holdup, so that the rancher can collect the reward money offered for any of the bandits. This way, Bland can pay off the mortgage held by town banker Jim Morley, who is trying to force Peggy Bland to marry him. Tom is sentenced to five years in prison, but Peggy knows he is innocent. Investigations by Peggy convince her that Morley sent the sheriff pursuing the bandits on a false trail. A fellow prisoner tells Tom that Morley engineered the holdup to cover a cash shortage in the bank. Tom makes a break from the roadgang and hides in Bland's barn. He follows Peggy up Blackrock Canyon and arrives in time to save Peggy from Morley, and the posse rounds up the gang.

The Great White Trail (1938)

Death stalked Garou's Landing, in the Canadian frozen north, but who was the killer who murdered two men and left them huddled in the snow. Sergeant Renfrew (James Newill, of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, accompanied by his dog, Silver King (Silver King the Dog), and Kay Larkin (Terry Walker) the daughter of the man, Andrew Larkin (Robert Frazer) accused of the crime, sets out to solve the crime and bring the real killer to justice.

The Gambling Terror (1937)

Brett runs a protection racket for an unknown boss. When Jeff Hayes arrives and opens a gambling den, they try to shut him down. Unlike the others who have given in, he plans to fight back.

The Fighting Westerner (1935)

Larry Sutton (Randolph Scott) becomes chief engineer at the Ballard radium mine after the mysterious death of the former chief. Asked by the sheriff to assist in the investigation of the death, Larry learns that his own brother-in-law, as well as the nephew (Howard Wilson) and niece (Kathleen Burke) of the mine owner, Jim Ballard (George F. Marion), are all suspects. When Mrs. Ballard (Florence Roberts) returns from a trip and is not allowed to see Jim, Larry takes an active role in the case.

The Dude Bandit (1933)

After Burton kills Dad Mason and makes it look like a suicide, Ace Cooper arrives to investigate. He poses as a coward during the day but at night he becomes the daring Dude Bandit.



The Dawn Rider (1935) 

When John Mason's father is killed, John is wounded. Attracted to his nurse Alice, a conflict arises between him and his friend Ben who plans to marry Alice. John later finds the killer of his father but goes to face him not knowing Ben has removed the bullets from his gun.



The Crooked Trail (1936)

Jim Blake rescues criminal Hare Talton and Good Samaritan Estaban Solano from dehydration and death and tries to rehabilitate Harve by taking him in as partner in his gold strike.



The Cowboy Millionaire (1935) 

Englishwoman falls for dude ranch cowboy but goes back to England when she thinks he's only pretending. But he follows her to England.


The Cowboy and the Bandit (1935)

Bill travels to a new state after the outlaw Scarface saves him from a lynch mob. There he takes a job on the Barton ranch and joins in the fight against gang leader Larkin. Finding a wounded Scarface he helps him recover. Arrested by Larkin's stooge Sheriff, and with another lynch mob after him, he once again needs Scarface's help.

The Cisco Kid (1931)

The Cisco Kid is a 1931 American Pre-Code Western film directed by Irving Cummings and starring Warner Baxter. It was produced and distributed by Fox Film Corporation and is a follow up to Fox's hugely successful 1928 In Old Arizona and 1930's The Arizona Kid, both of which had starred Baxter as the same character The Cisco Kid.[

The Brand of Hate (1934)

Trouble starts when Bill Larkins and his two sons move in with his brother Joe. They start rustling cattle and then kill Rod's father with Joe's gun. The Sheriff and Rod think they did it and are after proof.

The Boss Cowboy (1934)

Both Nolan and Ross are losing cattle and Ross' foreman Kerns is the culprit. When Taylor finds a wanted poster of Kerns he goes after him.

The Apache Kid Escapes (1930)

Staying one step ahead of the law, the Apache Kid helps out a cowboy in trouble.

Texas Buddies (1932)

Kincade and Blake cause a mail plane carrying a payroll to make a forced landing in the desert. When they try to get the money, prospectors Ted and Si drive them away. With the pilot shot, Ted takes over as pilot figuring another attempt will be made and this time the Sheriff will be there.

Sunset Range (1935)

Grant hides stolen money in the luggage of Bonnie Shea who is moving west. Later when he and his men arrive to retrieve the money, they also kidnap Bonnie. This sends Reasonin' Bates and his cowhands on their horses after the gangsters in their cars.

Stormy Trails (1936)

A rancher caught in the middle of a bank robbery shoots one of the robbers. However, the dead bandit turns out to be a former ranch hand who was suing him. The rancher is arrested for murder.

Six Shootin' Sheriff (1938)

Just out of prison, Trigger Morton gets revenge from Kendal, the man who framed him. Then he disposes of Holman and his gang. His last challenge is his old friend Chuck, the man who proved he was framed, who arrives with a plan to rob the express office.



Saga at Death Valley (1939)

In the opening scene Roy Rogers as a boy philosophizes about marriage to his girlfriend then sees his dad gunned down by bad guys who want to drive out the ranchers by cutting off their water.



Roarin' Lead (1936)

Hackett, the executive of the local Cattleman's association which also runs the local orphanage is using the Association police to rustle cattle and embezzle its funds.



Roarin' Guns (1936)

Evans and Walton have started a range war causing rancher Morgan to send for the reputed killer Tim Corwin. Walton then frames Tim for the murder of Morgan. When Tim escapes the Sheriff, Evans and Walton set Tim up to be murdered. But Morgan's son Buddy overhears their plans and rides to warn Tim.



Roamin' Wild (1936)

Trouble has been reported in Placerville where Tom Barton's brother is the Marshal. Arriving Tom finds a phoney Marshal in his brother's place. Learning that Clark is behind the all the trouble and that he is after the Madison stage line, Tom joins up with Mary Madison to fight Clark while he also looks for his missing brother.

Riders of the Sage (1939)

In an effort to get Jim Martin to sell his ranch, the Halsey brothers have kidnapped his son Tom. When Bob Burke goes after him alone, he gets help from the gang known as the Riders of the West.

Red Blood of Courage (1935)

A man posing as Mark Henry is after Henry's oil land but Henry's niece is part owner and he needs to marry her off to his henchman Slager. Mountie Jim Sullivan arives posing as a wanted man and is soon caught up in the plot when Slager, wanting everything for himself, kills his boss and makes Jim a prisoner.

Millioniare Curran, thinking his son too intellectual, sends him west to learn logging at one of his lumber camps. Unknown to his father, Grant Curan is a professional wrestler and easily able to handle the thugs that attack him at the lumber camp. This enables him to stay on the job and he soon undercovers how his father is being cheated by the local boss.

Oklohoma Terror (1936) 

Cartwright's racket is to sell a ranch and then have Mason and his men drive the ranchers away so he can resell it. If they want their money back he gives it to them and then has them killed. Jack arrives and learns that Mason and his men are the culprits but that they have a boss. He suspects Cartwright and sets trap to expose him.

North of Arizona (1935)

Perrin is a cowboy who comes to the aid of local Indians being swindled out of their gold. He signs on as a ranch foreman, but learns the ranch is the home of the crooks.

No Mans Range (1935)

Summoned by Ed Oliver, Jim Hale and sidekick Fuzz arrive at Oliver's ranch to find a range war in progress. Unknown to Jim, Ed Brady 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.

Mystery Ranch (1934)

The famous western fiction writer Bob Morris arrives at the Henderson ranch. He quickly realizes the hanging, runaway horses, and the shootout are fakes for his benefit. But when a real robbery takes place he thinks it's another fake.


The Man From Texas (1939)

Hall is after Dennison's land. The Marshal sends Tex to help Dennison while Hall hires the Shooting Kid to finish off Dennison. But the Kid has been helped by Tex in the past and changes sides. He, Tex, and the other hands then try to get Dennison's cattle past Hall's barricade and on to market.



Lost Ranch (1937)

Cattlemen's Protective Association agent Tom Wade and his partner Happy are assigned to look into the disappearance of rancher John Carroll, who has been abducted by Carson, who wants to use his out-of-the-way ranch as a base for his smuggling operations. Complications arise as Carrol's daughter, Rita, looking for him, has an unfriendly run-in with Wade, then later is herself kidnapped by Carson.



Lightnin' Bill Carson (1936)

A lawman captures the notorious "Pecos Kid", who is tried and hanged for his crimes--then starts to have doubts as to whether the Kid actually committed the crimes.

Law of Vengence (1933)

In Kentucky just after the Civil War, the Hayden-Colby feud leads to Jed Colby being sent to prison for 15 years for murder. The Haydens head for Nevada and when Colby gets out of prison he heads there also seeking revenge. The head of the Hayden family tries to avoid more killing but the inevitable showdown has to occur, complicated by Lynn Hayden and Ellen Colby's plans to marry.

Lawless Range (1935)

John Middleton is investigating cattle rustling when he is captured and tossed into a cave with Emmett, a rancher who disappeared earlier. They help each other escape and learn that a local banker is trying to scare everyone away to grab up some secret gold mines.

Law of the Rio Grand (1931)

Escaping from the Sheriff, Jim and Cookie decide to go straight. But when they meet their old cohort, The Blanco Kid, he tells their new boss they are outlaws and they are in trouble again.

Law and Lawless (1932)

Montana and sidekick Pancho hire on at the Lopez rancho to fight Daggett and his outlaw gang. But Lopez's foreman Barnes is one of Daggett's men and he frames Montana for murder.

Last of the Warrens (1936)

Ted Warren returns from WW1 to find that everyone thinks he was dead. The culprit is Kent who intercepted his mail, rustled the Warren cattle, took over the Warren ranch, and is now after Ted's girl friend. When Kent's henchmen fail to kill Ted, Kent shoots Ted's father and leaves him for dead. But only wounded, the plan is to have Warren appear as a ghost to get a confession from Kent.

Idaho Kid (1936)

Idaho, returning to the area he left as a boy, gets in the middle of a range feud. He takes the side of Endicott. On the other side is Hollister who is unaware that Idaho is his long lost son.

A Man's Land (1932) 

A Man's Land is a 1932 American western film, directed by Phil Rosen. It stars Hoot Gibson, Marion Shilling, and Robert Ellis, and was released on June 11, 1932.

Hitting the Trail (1937)

Clark is unable to move his stolen horses. When Tex arrives in town, Clark tricks him into moving them for him. He stakes him at roulette, has his crony let him win, and then sells him the horses. When Tex gets the horses across the state line, he plans to have his henchmen take care of Tex and take repossession of the horses.



Ghost Town (1936) 

An old miner is ambushed by outlaws trying to steal the $10,000 he is carrying to start up a new mine. A passing cowboy comes to the miner's aid, but winds up getting blamed for the attack.



Hard Hombre (1931)

When Peaceful Patton goes to work at the Martini ranch he is mistaken for the notorious outlaw the Hard Hombre. This enables him to force the ranchers to divide up the water rights. But he is in trouble when his mother arrives and exposes the hoax.



Guns in the Dark (1937)

When Johnny and Mendez argue, the lights go out, and in the ensuing gunfight Johnny thinks he killed his friend Dick. Now refusing to wear a gun he crosses the border. But it is not long before he runs into Mendez and more trouble.


Ghost Patrol (1932 )

A scientific genius has invented a machine capable of causing planes to crash. He uses it on planes loaded with valuables. Various characters become involved in conspiracies and double crosses in an attempt to stop him.

Gun Lords of Stirrup Basin (1937)

Lawyer Bowdre has started a war between the ranchers and the homesteaders planning to take over the homesteaders land when they are wiped out. Rancher Dan Stockton, having just married homesteader Gail Dawson, is caught in the middle. He suspects Bowdre is behind the war and it's not long before he gets a chance to prove it.

Hidden Valley (1932)

A cowboy is hired by an archaeologist to help find "Hidden Valley", where an Indian gold treasure is supposed to be buried. Just when he finds it, the archaeologist is killed, and the cowboy his charged with his murder.

Frontier Town (1938)

Regan is passing off counterfeit money at rodeos betting on his man Denby. When Tex appears and wins all the events, Regan has him accused of murder. As Tex looks for the counterfeiters, his pals Stubby and Pee Wee keep the Sheriff off his trail.

Frontier Scout (1938)

After fighting in the Civil War, Wild Bill Hickok and Whiney head west to investigate missing cattle herds. There they meet their war buddy Norris who is now in the cattle business. When he is unable to explain the missing herds, Bill goes into action.

Frontier Pony Express (1939) 

Pony Express rider Roy and his sidekick must round up a pack of villains, as Yankee and Rebel forces contend for the allegiance of California, before Roy can turn his attentions to the girl.

Frontier Justice (1935)

When Brent Halston returns he finds his father in an insane asylum and Wilton about to foreclose on their ranch and bring sheep onto the cattle range. When Wilton kills a rancher, Brent is blamed and jailed. Escaping jail he gets Ware to confess that he payed to have Halston committed. He then gets unexpected help from Ethel Gordon when Wilton tries to foreclose.

Frontier Days (1934)

Henry Jethrow is after the Wilson ranch. He has George Wilson unknowningly sign a note for the ranch, has him killed, and then presents the note. The Pinto Kid, investigating cattle rustlers, accidentally drops his glove at the murder scene and now has a price on his head. He has Beth Wilson turn him and use the reward money to reclaim the note. Now he has to escape jail and find the real killers.

Alias the Badman (1931)

Alias – the Bad Man, also known as Alias Bad Man, is a 1931 Pre-Code American western film, directed by Phil Rosen. It stars Ken Maynard, Virginia Brown Faire, and Frank Mayo, and was released on July 15, 1931

Across the Plains (1939)

Across the Plains is a 1939 American Western film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and starring Addison Randall, Frank Yaconelli, and Joyce Bryant. Written by Robert Emmett Tansey, the film is about two brothers who are separated when they are young and who meet again as adults, one good and one bad.

Forbidden Trails (1932)

Karger is behind all the cattle rustling. After Tom Devlin catches his man Burke in the act, Burke hides evidence against Karger in his jail cell. Later when Tom is jailed he accidentally finds the evidence, but the Karger encited mob has jailed the Sheriff and is already on the loose.



Fighting Mad (1939)

Ann Fenwick is a witness to a bank robbery in the U.S. and the bandits, led by Trigger (Warner Richmond) and Leon (Ted Adams) capture her and when she disappears, a warrant is issued for her arrest as a material witness. The bank robbers flee across the border into Canda where they steal a trailer in which they lock Ann and the loot. The hitch breaks and the trailer plunges into a lake. Sergeant Renfrew (James Newill) and Constable Kelly (Dave O'Brien), of the Canadian Mounties,rescue Ann and she tells them she is a hitch-hiking tourist and gives a false name. Renfrew sends Kelly for aid, Ann escapes and Kelly returns with the news that she is wanted. The leader of the gang, Cardigan (Milburn Stone), sends the gang back for Ann and the loot, which Ann has hidden in a trappers cabin, just before Trigger recaptures her. Renfrew goes to her rescue, but is also captured. But reliable Constable Kelly is somewhere in the woods.



Feud of the Trail (1937)

A man who's a dead ringer for the leader of an outlaw gang kills the gang leader, then takes his place to try to bring the gang to justice.



Feud of the Range (1939)

In an attempt to drive out settlers of the Los Trancos valley, through which the railroad proposes to run a line, railroad representative Clyde Barton conspires with Dirk to cause a range war between the two largest ranchers, Tom Gray and Harvey Allen.



Coyote Trails (1935)

Tom Riley and sidekick Windy arrive at the Baker ranch where horses are being rustled. It appears the culprit is a wild horse, but Tom catches and rides the horse which leads to trouble with the real rustlers.

Come on Cowboys (1937)

When the circus owner friend of the Mesquiteers is framed for counterfeiting by his unscrupulous partner, the trio pledges to maintain his interests and care for his young daughter.

Death rides the Range (1939) 

This film finds Ken Baxter and his two pals, Pancho and Panhandle, finding Professor Wahl, injured and wandering on the range. They take him to Blue Mesa Trading Post, where two archaeologists, Dr. Floto and Baron Starkoff, foreign government representatives, are staying. Both want to secure control of a supply of helium gas found in an ancient Indian cave. Wahl, working for the Federal Government, is murder at the Blue Mesa. The land strip on which the cave is located is claimed by Letty and Jim Morgan, brother and sister owners of the Lazy Y Ranch. Tin Cup Ranch owner Joe Larkin hires Ken to take possession of a cabin on the Morgan land in order to gain title. Ken, an undercover G-Man, discovers a secret passageway from the cabin that leads to the cave and discovers the helium, and also that Larkin is working with Starkoff.

Code of the Fearless (1939)

When it appears that Fred Jamison is a member of Red's gang, he is kicked out of the Rangers. But it's just a plot between Fred and the Ranger Captain. Fred then gets into Red's gang and makes plans that will enable the Rangers to bring them all in. But his message to the Captain is intercepted and the hoax revealed.

Drum Taps (1933) 

The Skinner Cattle Company is scheming to take over the valley by running ranchers off their homesteads. Their main opposition comes from Ken Cartwright who they attempt to frame by making it look like Ken rustled cattle. Ken escapes, but faced with the problem of the Skinner's outlaws using Rocky Pass as a fortress he enlists the aid of Los Angeles Boy Scout Troop #107.

Clearing the Range (1931)

Clearing the Range is a 1931 American Pre-Code Western film starring Hoot Gibson and directed by Otto Brower. It was the first film released by the Poverty Row studio Allied Pictures. As with many of Gibson's starring roles in westerns, he pretends to be a clueless "peaceful man" in front of his friends, but when trouble starts—in this case, his Banker brother has been murdered by his assistant—he resorts to clever trickery without being seen or suspected to undo the villain. By going underground, so to speak, his efforts are more effective in uncovering the murderer than a run-and-gun approach. Inevitably, the female lead, as in this film, looks down her nose at Gibson's public persona, but admires his "other" self's deeds of daring and courage, not realizing it's the same man. Eventually, he relies on fists and guns to finish the job he started with trickery. This unusually complex dual-identity plot device is a hallmark of many of Gibson's films, something that set him apart from many other western film heroes of the era (and afterwards) who were quick to draw their six shooter to settle disputes.

Dynamite Ranch (1932)

Howell breaks up a train robbery only to find that it's a fake. However the money is missing and he is blamed. He escapes and sets out to find the real thieves. He must also avoid being caught visiting the Collins ranch to see Doris.

Fast Bullets (1936)

The Rangers are after Travis. When Tom catches three of his gang members, he gets Jimmy to go straight and lead him to Travis where he hopes to join the gang. But Tom is in trouble when Pat escapes from the Rangers and returns to identify him.


Cavalcade of the West (1936)

When a family misses the rendezvous for a wagon train they venture on their own to join it. They are ambushed by three outlaws who murder the father, knock out the mother and steal one of the two boys for themselves. As time goes by Clint and his mother are looked after by others in the community with Clint making a living breaking and selling horses and Asa becoming an outlaw known as Ace Carter. When the Pony Express is created both brothers, their relationship unknown to each other, and their mother attempt to join. Clint is accepted for the most dangerous route whilst Ace is rejected. Ace revenges himself by robbing the mail and a stagecoach



Brothers of the West (1937)

Tom Wade is a range detective whose brother stands accused of robbing a bank and murdering the bank president. To prove him innocent, Wade must decipher his only clue, an unusual set of tire tracks.



Border Cabellero (1934)

Ranger Bill Williams goes to prison to get information on Chuck Adams. Then a fake posse chase gets him invited into Adams' gang. But just as he learns who Adams' boss is and is about to make his move, his cell mate who escaped from prison returns to identify him.

Border Menace (1934)

Ranger Bill Williams goes to prison to get information on Chuck Adams. Then a fake posse chase gets him invited into Adams' gang. But just as he learns who Adams' boss is and is about to make his move, his cell mate who escaped from prison returns to identify him.

Boot Hill Brigade (1937)

Boothill Brigade is a 1937 American Western film directed by Sam Newfield and written by George H. Plympton. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Claire Rochelle, Dick Curtis, Horace Murphy, Frank LaRue and Ed Cassidy. The film was released on August 2, 1937, by Republic Pictures.

Border Phantom (1937)

Border Phantom is a 1937 American Western film directed by S. Roy Luby and written by Fred Myton. The film stars Bob Steele, Harley Wood, Don Barclay, Karl Hackett, Horace Murphy and Miki Morita. The film was released on June 7, 1937, by Republic Pictures.

Border Devils (1932)

Jim Gray is looking for the gang leader known as the General. When Neil Denham is murdered, Jim assumes his identity. He and his pal Squint Saunders then try to join the gang. But they get captured and Jim is told he can join up only if he kills his friend.

Blazing Justice (1936) 

A cowboy captures two rustlers and collects a $5000 reward. Using the money to take a vacation, he winds up getting accused of a murder he didn't commit.

Branded Men (1931)

Branded Men is a 1931 American Pre-Code sound western-comedy film directed by Phil Rosen and starring Ken Maynard. It was produced and distributed by Tiffany Pictures.

Brand of the Outlaws (1936)

Gary Gray arrives only to be caught up in the rustling activities of Ben Holt and his gang. First Holt brands him for rustling and then frames him for murder. Proven innocent, Gary foils the gang's stage holdup and then heads after Holt whom he now knows to be the real killer. But Holt knows he is coming and waits unseen in ambush.

Between Men (1935)

When his young son is shot, John Wellington kills the culprit and flees. But his son Johnny recovers and is raised by Sir George. Some twenty years later Johnny sets out to find Sir George's missing granddaughter. He finds her and also finds Rand, but neither of the two men realize they are father and son.

Between Fighting Men (1932)

Ken not only has to fight with his brother Wally over the girls, he has to try and stop the conflict between the cattlemen and the sheep men. It gets worse when Butch kills Judy's father.

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