Category Archives: Western

The Bronze Buckaroo (1939)

Herb sings his way through this super thin storyline about the evil rancher trying to force the sweet young thing and her brother to sell him their ranch. Backing up Herb Jeffries are The Four Tones. Herb left his baritone … Continue reading

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The Terror Of Tiny Town (1938)

Cult favorite you watch once just to say you’ve seen it. It’s the first and the last all midget western. It all starts with an announcer bringing out the hero and the villain. They argue who is the star of … Continue reading

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Randy Rides Alone (1934)

Back in the day Hollywood made a virtual ton of westerns. It took a while to sort out the good ones. This is one of them. Randy Bowers (John Wayne) is an express agent headed for Ed Roger’s Half Way … Continue reading

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Texas Cyclone (1932)

A chance to see an early John Wayne and Tim McCoy with what has to be the dumbest looking hat in all westerns. His horse Pal even has a snicker ready to go. In this one Tim plays a man … Continue reading

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Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter (1966)

No one is more surprised than me that I actually liked this. It’s not nearly as bad as the title suggests. John Lupton plays it straight as Jesse. Narda Onyx is campy as Maria Frankenstein. One of my favorites actors, … Continue reading

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Viva Cisco Kid (1940)

Really bad as Cesar Romero is over the top annoying with an exagarated accent and attempts at light hearted comedy that doesn’t work for a second. He made six Cisco Kid movies. Chris-Pin Martin is his obese sidekick Gordito who … Continue reading

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Gunsmoke (1955-75)

Legendary western starring James Arness as Marshall Matt Dillion. Memorable actors along the way include Amanda Blake as Long Branch Saloon owner Miss Kitty and Matt’s girlfriend, Dennis Weaver as the limping sidekick Chester Goode, Ken Curtis as Festus Haggen, … Continue reading

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