Category Archives: Western

I Killed Wild Bill Hickok (1956)

Not even close to the real deal. History takes a back seat and there isn’t even a dead mans’ hand of aces and eights to be found. This is just bad….real bad. Henry Longtree is a horse trader that could … Continue reading

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Bullets Don’t Argue (1964)

Very weak spaghetti western with Rod Cameron as sheriff Pat Garrett chasing two brothers into Mexico to bring ’em back for justice. The opening song by Peter Tevis should have been placed on boot hill. Billy, also known as Lonesome … Continue reading

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The Rope And The Colt (Cemetery Without Crosses) (1969)

Intense spaghetti western about a woman out for revenge for the murder of her husband. She hires a lone gunman with one name. She just happens to be his former girlfriend. You don’t want to be in his way when … Continue reading

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Buffalo Bill In Tomahawk Territory (1952)

For a brief time Clayton Moore was replaced by John Hart as The Lone Ranger.  He made this Z movie during that break. He would have been better off hiding out. If you want to brush up on the Hollywood … Continue reading

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The Texas Rangers (1951)

Historical accuracy is nowhere to be found but this is still an entertaining Western as the Texas Rangers take on Sam Bass and his all star band of outlaws. Former Texas Rangers Johnny Carver (George Montgomery) and his pal Buff … Continue reading

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Borderland (1937) (Hopalong Cassidy Series)

Uh-Oh, Hoppy’s gone bad! Then again…. An outlaw named The Fox is rustling cattle on both sides of the American-Mexican border. Colonel Gonzales of the Mexican Secret Service conspires with Major Stafford of the Texas Rangers to bring him down. … Continue reading

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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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