Western

El jinete sin cabeza / The Headless Rider (1957) Chano Urueta, Luis Aguilar, Flor Silvestre, Jaime Fernández, Horror, Western, Mystery

El jinete sin cabeza AKA The Headless Rider (1957)
A mute phantom hero takes on skull-masked killers, a disembodied living hand and a corpse that won’t stay in its grave. This is the first in a trilogy of horror/western hybrids that also includes the films La marca de Satanás (“The Mark of Satan”) and La cabeza de Pancho Villa (“The Head of Pancho Villa”).
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All Hat (2007) Leonard Farlinger, Luke Kirby, Keith Carradine, Noam Jenkins, Western

All Hat (2007)
In southwestern Ontario, ex-baseball player Ray Dokes, upon being released from jail, returns to his rural hometown to stay temporarily with his deceased father’s Texan friend, small time horse breeder Pete Culpepper, until he has some footing in whatever the next phase of his life. Ray’s two year incarceration was for assaulting Sonny Stanton, the arrogant son of the wealthiest stable owner and horse breeder in the area, Earl Stanton.
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Thunder Over the Plains (1953) André De Toth, Randolph Scott, Lex Barker, Phyllis Kirk, Romance, War, Western

Thunder Over the Plains (1953)
It’s 1869, Texas has not yet been readmitted to the Union, and carpetbaggers have taken over the state. Federal Captain Porter, a Texan, has to carry out orders against his own people. He brings in the rebel leader whom he knows is innocent of the murder for which he is charged. But in trying to prove his innocence, Porter now finds he is a wanted man.
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American Empire (1942) William C. McGann, Richard Dix, Leo Carrillo, Preston Foster, Western

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Richard Dix as Dan Taylor and Preston S. Foster as Paxton Bryce are two longtime friends seeking their fortune in Texas after the war. The two men decide, not without problems, to establish a cattle empire. Paxton becoming too ambitious, distances himself from Dan and Abby, Paxton’s wife. It will only be after a personal tragedy that he will come back to his senses.
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