Law And Order movie trailer - starring Ronald Reagan, Dorothy Malone, Preston Foster, Alex Nicol, Ruth Hampton, Russell Hampton. Directed by Nathan Juran. Genre: Western
Rating: Not Rated
The Kingdom movie trailer - starring Jason Bateman, Jamie Foxx, Jeremy Piven, Chris Cooper, Danny Huston, Jennifer Garner. Directed by Peter Berg. Theatrical Release Date: 9/28/2007
Ramling stranger, Garner, stumbles into a small town in the midst of a gold rush and ends up becoming sheriff. Humour is more 1960's than 1860's but still worth a look.
Television chronicle of the legendary markswoman and her relationship with western hero Wild Bill Hickock.
Tennessee's Partner movie trailer - starring Ronald Reagan, Rhonda Fleming, John Payne, Coleen Gray, Anthony Caruso. Directed by Allan Dwan. Theatrical Release Date: 9/21/1955
Rating: Not Rated
Two cowboys on the road to Alaska help a wagon train in trouble in Anthony Mann's The Far Country (1955) starring James Stewart.
Opening credits from director Anthony Mann's The Far Country (1955) starring James Stewart.
Jeff Webster (James Stewart) learns about sawdust and gold dust with Renee (Corinne Calvet) in The Far Country (1955).
Fugitive cattleman Jeff Webster (James Stewart) interrupts Mr. Gannon's (John McIntire) penal proceedings in Anthony Mann's The Far Country (1955).
In flashback, Mrs. Samuels (Agnes Moorehead), re-married mother of the hero, tangles with enemies including a turncoat neighbor (Chubby Johnson), her son (Robert Wagner) being flogged and interrogated, in Nicholas Ray's The True Story Of Jesse James, 1956.
After a failed raid, Jesse (Robert Wagner) turns on bumbling gang member Tucker (Clegg Hoyt), but gets corrected by his older brother Frank (Jeffrey Hunter), in Nicholas Ray's The True Story Of Jesse James, 1956.
Roaring opening sequence with John Doucette as the Northfield sheriff, credits and the James brothers (Robert Wagner as Jesse, Jeffrey Hunter as Frank), with a lesson for Butch & Sundance, opening Nicholas Ray's The True Story Of Jesse James, 1957.
Recuperating after a post-Civil War battle, Jesse (Robert Wagner) with brother Frank (Jeffrey Hunter), who encourages Zee (Hope Lange), the niece of their host, to try to help, in Nicholas Ray's The True Story Of Jesse James, 1956.
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