Trick-shot artist Kate Masters, billed as “The Two-Gun Lady” begins an engagement at “Big Mike” Dougherty’s saloon Read More »
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Jimmy Daley and Angelo Barrato are teenage members of a band who learn of a contest that they believe will bring them fame. Read More »
A third generation deputy sheriff doubts whether or not he has the guts for the job that killed both his father and grandfather. Read More »
Money, Women and Guns (1958) Richard Bartlett, Jock Mahoney, Kim Hunter, Tim Hovey, Mystery, Western
Just after making a large gold discovery, an old prospector is ambushed and killed by three masked men but manages to kill two of his attackers before he dies. Read More »
American-produced-directed-written films by Richard Bartlett and Earle Lyon were guaranteed to resemble something from Monogram or PRC on a bad day at Monogram or PRC. This overseas-production for Lippert falls way short of that. Some source seems to think that Nanette Bordeaux and Huntz Hall were in this film, but the actress in this film is a French actress named Jeannette Bourdeaux and Huntz Hall is nowhere in sight, although an untalented character vaguely resembling him is on board.
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In the sparsely populated town of Arborville, California, rides a lone stranger.His name is Joe Dakota and he’s looking for an old friend whom he calls The Old Indian.The townsfolk claim the Old Indian had packed up and left town but Joe doubts it.Heading for the old man’s farm Joe notices a group of men working on a new oil rig dug right on The Old Indian’s property. When Joe starts asking questions about his old friend,the men either clam up or state that the old Indian has sold his land and left town.However,Joe Dakota knew his friend well and is sure that his friend wouldn’t have sold his land.Joe decides to stick around and investigate further, despite protests from the townsfolk who want to see the back of Joe.Amid threats,intimidation and lies Joe makes one new friend, Miss Jody Weaver, who is willing to shed some light on The Old Indian’s fate. Nevertheless, town baddie Cal Moore, who claims to have purchased The Old Indian’s land, is stirring the townsfolk against Joe Dakota.
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