Trusting Is Good... Shooting Is Better

Trusting Is Good... Shooting Is Better 1968

When the lead robber in their gang steals the money from his two companions, a cat and mouse/back and forth game plays out as the men try to get the money for themselves. But another player, the heir of the sneaky gang leader, is also on the hunt...

Don't Fence Me In

Don't Fence Me In 1945

Wildcat Kelly has been dead and buried for years. Or has he? Dale is a reporter for an Eastern magazine who comes West to find out the true story of Kelly, of whom Gabby seems to have mysterious knowledge. Songs include the title song by Cole Porter and two famous songs by the Sons of the Pioneers, "The Last Roundup" and "Tumbling Tumbleweeds."

Four Candles for Garringo

Four Candles for Garringo 1971

A band of outlaws has assaulted the car that carries the state tax. Oswald, the most powerful man in Montana, is celebrating the success of the robbery as an accomplice steal to him $ 300,000. The sheriff is determined to get evidence against Oswald and to judge. All suspect that Roger seeks the sheriff protection, promising evidence against Oswald.

Fasthand

Fasthand 1973

Macedo, bloodthirsty leader of a gang of Confederates shoots the captain of the Northerners, Jeff Mallighan, known as "Fast Hand", shattering his right hand. Jeff, wounded on the ground, could not see the face of the villain, but his silver spurs have stuck in his mind as well as his unique gun. Some time after this event Macedo continues with his misdeeds, however, a mysterious horseman dressed in black will stand in his way.

Salome, Where She Danced

Salome, Where She Danced 1945

During the Austrian-Prussian war, Anna Marie is a dancer who is forced to flee her country after she is accused of being a spy. She ends up in a lawless western town in Arizona, where she uses her charms and dancing skills to transform herself into "Salome" during her dance routines.

The Sign of the Coyote

The Sign of the Coyote 1963

Gaillardo sees injustice done to the former Californians by the victorious North American governor and his rotten clique. Keeping cool in public and society, he wears his black clothes and mask at night to avenge his people.

Whisky and Ghosts

Whisky and Ghosts 1976

A snake-oil salesman is chased across the desert by a gang of Mexican bandits. He finds out, however, that he is being protected by the spirits of Davey Crockett, Pecos Bill and Johnny Appleseed.

Sin Town

Sin Town 1942

Two con artists arrive in a western boom town that they think is ripe for the pickings, only to get swindled themselves.

Alien Thunder

Alien Thunder 1974

The true story of Canadian Mountie Dan Candy's pursuit of a Native American that killed his partner.

Jackass Mail

Jackass Mail 1942

An unknowing orphan (Darryl Hickman) idolizes the horse thief/mail robber (Wallace Beery) who has shot his father.

Men of Texas

Men of Texas 1942

A Chicago reporter (Robert Stack) and photographer focus on a Confederate outlaw (Brod Crawford) in post-Civil War Texas.

Calibre 44

Calibre 44 1960

The film tells the story of two twins separated in childhood who reunite when they are older. One of them has grown between outlaws and has become one of them, a murderous bandit who frightens the region. The other has grown, without knowing it, in exactly the ranch of the man who murdered his father and has become the loving foreman of the farmer's daughter, now deceased.

Father Jackleg

Father Jackleg 1972

A con man inherits a gold mine. Knowing that his family are even bigger con artists than he is, he assumes the mine is worthless, and teams up with a partner in a scheme to unload it on some unsuspecting chumps. However, the other members of his family discover that the gold mine is actually worth a lot of money, and they set out to take it from him before he realizes what he has.

Trigger, Jr.

Trigger, Jr. 1950

Evil Grant Withers lets a killer horse loose to ruin valuable horses on nearby ranches. He hopes to shake down the ranchers for his "protection". Roy tracks down the bad guys, but is suddenly trapped by them. Peter Miles, a boy terrified of horses, overcomes his fear and rides for help to save the day.

The Three Outlaws

The Three Outlaws 1956

Ready to quit their life of crime, the three "most-wanted" outlaws in the West---Butch Cassidy, Sundance Kid and Bill Carver ---perform their final job by robbing and stealing a train and fleeing across the border. In a South American town they begin their life of respectability by purchasing a ranch and depositing their stolen fortune in the local bank, and throwing a big fiesta to entertain the locals, including Colonel Aguilar and his beautiful daughter Rita.

The Crooked Trail

The Crooked Trail 1936

After Jim Blake saves Harve Tarlton's life, they become partners in a gold mining claim. After a while Harve reverts to his outlaw way of life. Everyone but Jim seems to know that Harve is bad but Jim merely thinks he needs a chance to go straight. But Jim's wife Helen has a plan to expose Harve as the outlaw he is.

Seven Vengeful Women

Seven Vengeful Women 1966

Seven women are the only survivors of an Apache attack on a wagon train. They must cross the desert on foot to escape the Indians who are hunting them.

Dynamite Jack

Dynamite Jack 1961

Antoine Espérandieu, a French tenderfoot, lands in Windows Canyon, Arizona, a remote place under the thumb of dangerous outlaw Dynamite Jack, only to discover the friend he was to meet there has been murdered. Worse, it is not long before Antoine realizes he is Jack's perfect lookalike. All the same, he decides to settle down in the small town, where he becomes the local tax collector. One day, he finds himself face to face with the bandit...