A couple of thugs rob gold from the peaceful miners, then they steal their women.
Pancho Villa attempts to return a mission bell to a small church in New Mexico, at the request of a young girl named Lupita. Along the way, Villa must dodge bounty hunters, Pershing's troops, angry cattlemen and a bumbling sidekick
Silent footage from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show: a stagecoach runs throughout the scene.
Card-shark risks getting caught cheating. Safe in his home town, he may turn over a new leaf... but his previous victims are still looking for him.
Jimmy is in pursuit of outlaw Marco but stops and helps farmers battle a greedy landowner who is attempting to buy up and control the entire region.
A mountain boy takes it upon himself to protect wild animals from hunters and trappers.
A lone eagle guides us towards a secluded canyon where two gunfighters silently face-off, each waiting for an opening.
Alex McArthur returns as cowboy Duell McCall, who wanders the wide frontier in search of the one man who will clear him of a murder charge (What price Fugitive?) Once more, McCall finds himself in a corruption-ridden mining town. Since no one knows his true identity, he is able to establish a modicum of law and order, despite the concerted efforts of greedy land baron John Rhys-Davies. It is only a matter of time, however, before McCall will be forced to move on to other adventures. Well photographed and consummately acted, Badlands Justice premiered December 17, 1989.
This feature-length documentary tells the incredible story of Ernest Dufault, a.k.a. Will James, a French-Canadian man who became one of the most legendary cowboys of the American West. For over 30 years, as he went from cattle rustler to ex-convict, he managed to keep his secret. And when he took up the pen, he became a Hollywood legend. Watch this compelling exploration of the powerful attraction the West still holds for young adventurers.
A short animated film in which the Lone Ranger and Tonto fight against some cattle rustlers.
Two 'Trinity'esque brothers bicycle into Silver City and become involved with its citizens and the local rancher who runs it.
A bounty hunter named Arizona helps a group of beleaguered farmers in their fight against a large landowner named Austin Styles and his gang of outlaws.
Ironbark Bill has to buck a broncho using his strong lasso.
When Kay Kay, a powerful, ruthless businessman sets out on a mission of revenge against two men accused of killing his brother, he strong-arms the local sheriff into forming a posse of thugs to aid in his vendetta.
Bounty hunter Dalton (Lito Lapid) and merchandizer-turned-sheriff Wild Bill Hika (Dolphy) are two of the most effective crime fighters in the West, and their existence in Bronco Town ensures its peace and order. But the two realize that the town's most dangerous menaces are Oligario (Tony Carreon) and his son Facundo (Romy Diaz), whose firm belief in their being above the law make them confident that they can take over the property of rich miner's heiress Estrelita (Yehlen Catral). Can Dalton and Bill save Estrelita--and the rest of Bronco Town--from the clutches of Oligario and Facundo?