THE SOUND OF A DRUM | EN. When the Sergeant-Major catches Tyce courting beautiful Dulcey at the Wayfarers Inn instead of searching for rustlers with his cavalry patrol. Great movie for.wonderful, powerful cinema for all. Doskonały amerykański western o młodym sierżancie oraz pięknej Dulcey.
INDIAN PAINT | Johnny Crawford | Jay Silverheels | Full Length Adventure Movie | English | HD | 720p
4 months ago
Nishko is a chief's son in the Great Plains, before Europeans arrive. During his rite of passage, he's determined to tame a painted pony. He approaches manhood while his peaceful clan is set upon by a nearby tribe willing to break a treaty. He must also contend with the kidnapping of three young women from his village, his pony's illness behind enemy lines, his mother's coma after a rattlesnake bite, the medicine man's urging that he sacrifice what he loves best, the attack of a cougar and of wolves, and his own injury while alone in the woods. His kindness, bravery, and quick thinking serve him well, but rescue come from an unexpected source. ---------------- Cast: Johnny Crawford - Nishko Jay Silverheels - Chief Hevatanu Pat Hogan - Sutamakis George J. Lewis - Nopawallo (as George Lewis) ----------- TOP 10! MOVIEHOLIC™ recommends: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72DCF2FiwNY&list=PL_8EDYaWz7p5xzqyohm39zmmbVPsb8AiL (click and watch full length movies)
3 years ago
Western Movies - Tomahawk Trail (1957) Cowboy Movies. Directed by Lesley Selander. With Chuck Connors, John Smith, Susan Cummings, Lisa Montell. An incompetent Cavalry lieutenant leads his patrol into an Apache ambush on the Tomahawk Trail,gets wounded in a skirmish and loses the command to his sergeant. Stars: Chuck Connors, John Smith, Susan Cummings.
4 years ago
Rod McKuen in “Wild Heritage” (1958) [Complete movie] Plot Summary / Korte inhoud: Charles F. Haas directs this saga of two families travelling West by covered wagon. The Breslins and the Bascombs face a variety of trials as they make their way across the frontier, particularly when Jake Breslin (Paul Birch) is shot by a pair of gunmen, Arn and Jud. With the encouragement of Judge Copeland (Will Rogers Jr.) and a kindly cowboy (Casey Tibbs), the families carry on and set up their homesteads. Then it's up to young bucks Dirk Breslin (Rod McKuen) and Jesse Bascomb (Troy Donahue) to save their kin when they're attacked again by Arn and Jud and their gang. Cast / Rolverdeling: Will Rogers Jr. Judge Copeland Maureen O'Sullivan Emma Breslin Rod McKuen Dirk Breslin Casey Tibbs Rusty, Trail Boss Judi Meredith Callie Bascomb Troy Donahue Jesse Bascomb George Winslow Talbot Breslin Gigi Perreau Missouri Breslin Gary Gray (I) Hugh Adam David Breslin Jeanette Nolan Ma (Janet) Bascomb Paul Birch Jake Breslin John Beradino Arn, Rustler Phil Harvey (I) Jud, Rustler Lawrence Dobkin Josh Burrage Stephen Ellsworth Bolivar Bascomb
2 years ago
Fernando Lamas ... Dr. Carlos Morales Arlene Dahl ... Nancy Darby Patricia Medina ... Martha Darby Francis L. Sullivan ... Dr. Bristol Charles Korvin ... Felix Pagnol Tom Drake ... Dr. Roy Darby John Sutton ... Harvey Bristol Willard Parker ... Gabriel Thatch Charles Evans ... Judge Armstrong Lester Matthews ... Gen. Victor Darby Roy Gordon ... Dr. Tyrus Lewis L. Russell ... Capt. Bronson Russell Gaige ... McIntosh Bill Walker ... Priam (as William Walker) Voltaire Perkins ... Dr. Crowther
3 years ago
The Rawhide Years (1955). Western Movie. Directed by Rudolph Maté. With Tony Curtis, Colleen Miller, Arthur Kennedy, William Demarest. Dishonest riverboat gambler Ben Matthews is blamed for a murder he doesn't commit and must find the real killer before the lynch mob finds him. Stars: Tony Curtis, Colleen Miller, Arthur Kennedy.
5 years ago
Stars: Lon McCallister, Peggy Ann Garner, Preston Foster Director: Phil Karlson Writers: Morton Grant (screenplay), Dorothy Yost (screenplay) A city boy arrives in his late mother's birthplace to discover the locals have been pestered by drought, old fights and a cougar. He turns out to be pivotal in all of these.
5 months ago
A story about a father-son relationship and their frustration and struggles toward the vigilantism of some townpeople in 1876. An interaction with a hermit and a hawk teaches the youth a reverence for nature. Based on the novel of the same name by Jack Bickham. Director: Lyman Dayton Writers: Jack Bickham (novel), Dan Greer and Hal Harrison Filming Location: South Forth, Provo Canyon, Utah http://www.worldcat.org/title/bakers-hawk/oclc/537802265&referer=brief_results http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0074176/?ref_=nv_sr_1
2 years ago
Mclintock - John Wayne McLintock! is a 1963 comedy Western directed by Andrew V. McLaglen and starring John Wayne, with co-stars including Maureen O'Hara, Yvonne De Carlo, and Wayne's son Patrick Wayne. The film, produced by Wayne's company Batjac Productions, was loosely based on Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew.
7 months ago
A Confederate veteran living in the Yankee North struggles with his son's shock induced muteness and the hate of the Northerners. Director: Michael Curtiz Writers: Joseph Petracca (screenplay), Lillie Hayward (screenplay) Stars: Alan Ladd, Olivia de Havilland, Dean Jagger https://youtu.be/UCq0RcRAHX4
4 years ago
[PLEASE READ] Cute, capable, and crafty in Calgary, Canada—that's charismatic Joan Leslie as beautiful ranch foreman and rodeo competitor "Christine 'Honey' Johnson" in NORTHWEST STAMPEDE (1948). "And, truth to tell, she lights up well" in her first starring role in a color Western movie and only her second screen appearance after her principled revolt against and departure from Warner Bros. This is the complete movie—full of charm, beauty, conflict, and spirited action in the great Canadian outdoors. Strapping James Craig plays the restless hero; Jack Oakie and Chill Wills lend their inimitable talents to comedic, but caring supporting roles; an elusive white stallion ("Blizzard") and resourceful German Shepherd mix ("Flame the Wonder Dog") also feature prominently. In my opinion, no other actress in Hollywood history could better project high self-esteem than Miss Joan Leslie. I submit as evidence her performance in this movie--just one eloquent example among many in her career. I upload this video in her honor. Paul Sawtell—one of the great composers/music supervisors for many successful American television series of the 1950s and 1960s [e.g. HAWAIIAN EYE; VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA]—supplied the pretty and evocative original soundtrack for this film. NOTE: I think it is fair to say NORTHWEST STAMPEDE is a "forgotten classic"—in no small part because its distribution has never been associated with a major film or television studio. I consider this YouTube upload one way to redress this movie's unfortunate neglect, hoping that greater visibility online will ultimately lead to public and/or professional demand for its digital restoration (and subsequent distribution). If you are either contemplating or actively involved with such a project, please contact me. NOTE: This is a video upload of goodwill and great admiration. Thoughtful comments and/or questions are welcome. If you are a professional and want credit I've neglected to give OR prefer that I delete this video, please contact me and it will promptly be done. Thank you.
7 years ago
Around the time of the Civil War, sabotage threatens the completion of a vital rail link. In full original Cinecolor. Stars Sterling Hayden, Barton Maclane and Eve Miller Directed by Ray Nazaro, Written by Daniel B Ullman Produced by Allied Artists (1953, Public Domain)
9 years ago
Britain's answer to Elvis Presley, Richard (born Harry Webb) dominated the pre-Beatles British pop scene in the late '50s and early '60s. An accomplished singer with a genuine feel for the music, Richard's artistic legacy is nonetheless meager, as he was quickly steered toward a middle-of-the-road pop direction. Several of his late-'50s recordings, however, were genuinely exciting Presley-esque rockers -- especially his first hit, "Move It" (1958) -- and gave British teenagers their first taste of genuine homegrown rock & roll talent. Backed by the Shadows -- clean-cut instrumental virtuosos who became legends of their own -- Richard embarked on a truly awesome string of hit singles in Britain, scoring no less than 43 Top 20 hits between 1958 and 1969. One of these, although it was by no means one of the more successful, was an actual Mick Jagger/Keith Richards composition (the ballad "Blue Turns to Grey"). In his homeland, Richard's popularity was diminished only slightly by the rise of the Beatles, but in his prime, he had a much rougher time in the U.S., hitting the Top 40 only three times (with "Living Doll" in 1959, "It's All in the Game" in 1963, and "Devil Woman" in 1976). Richard belatedly cracked the U.S. Top Ten in 1976 with "Devil Woman," and racked up a few other hits ("We Don't Talk Anymore," "Dreaming," "A Little in Love") in a mainstream pop/rock style. He remains an institution in Britain, where he is one of the nation's most popular all-around entertainers of all time. ~ Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide _____________________________________ In 2008, Richard's 50th year in music, will see the release of the 8CD box set, And They Said It Wouldn't Last (My 50 Years In Music). In September, a single celebrating his 50 years in pop music, titled * Thank you for a Lifetime has been released. On the 14th of September 2008 Thank You For A Lifetime reached No.3 on the UK music charts, which gives Cliff a Top 3 hit in each of his six decades as a singer. On 2nd November 2008, British newspaper The Mail on Sunday gave away a free promotional CD entitled '50th Anniversary' containing 12 tracks picked by Sir Cliff himself.