Westerns and Serials

FAVORITE WESTERNS #75- SERIAL WORLD #95- COMBINED ISSUE


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cover New from Serial Squadron: ZUDORA



Zudora - Also known as The Twenty Million Dollar Mystery and The Demon Shadow in the USA : [Zudora in the Twenty Million Dollar Mystery] (1914-1915) American B&W : Serial - Directed by Howell Hansell – Cast: Marguerite Snow [Zudora], James Cruze [Jim Baird, a reporter; and Hassam Ali], Harry Benham [John Storm], Sidney Bracey [Detective Tom Hunt], Frank Farrington [Captain Radcliffe], Mary Elizabeth Forbes [Madame Duval], Jane Fairbanks [Mrs. Ramsey], Morgan Niblack [Bruce], Helen Badgley, [?] Florence La Badie?

The DVD presents all 4 known episodes of the serial, one re-created from the existing second reel, and a bonus chapter of the serial THE ADVENTURES OF MARGUERITE featuring Marguerite Courtot, "The Veiled Priestess."

$21.95 is the cost of this Serial Squadron DVD if ordered through our fan club..


CDs


$5.98 – Ballads of The American Indian: Bitter Tears - by Johnny Cash - Track Listings: 1. As Long As The Grass Shall Grow, 2. Apache Tears, 3. Custer, 4. The Talking Leaves, 5. The Ballad Of Ira Hayes, 6. Drums, 7. White Girl, 8. The Vanishing Race – Label: Sony Custom Marketing Group – B&T.


$9.98 The Best of New Riders of the Purple Sage (2006) "I Don't Know You" "Glendale Train" "Hello Mary Lou" "Louisiana Lady" "Kick in the Head" "Panama Red" "Last Lonely Eagle" "You Angel You" "I Don't Need No Doctor" "Henry" Source: Sony Custom Marketing Group B&T.


John Huling Native American Flute CD's are available directly from John Huling Music Official Website {http://www.johnhuling.com}/, Ryko Distribution {B & T}, or Southwest Indian Foundation [https://www.southwestindian.com/]. The CD's are North Star Meditations, Plateau of Dreams, Winter Solstice, SouthweWay Up Thar (1935, with Joan Davis, directed by Mack Sennett)st Passages, Sleeping Desert, Canyon Light, Spiritlands, Desert Plateaus, Return to Spiritlands (aka Ancient Canyons), Canyon Spirit, Mesa Sunrise, Ancestral Waters and Under Desert Skies. Mostly run around $17 each,


$7.98 – Pancho and Lefty (2003) by Merle Haaggrd and Willie Nelson – Tracks: 1. Pancho & Lefty, 2. It's My Lazy Day, 3. My Mary, 4. Half A Man, 5. Reasons To Quit, 6. Still Water Runs The Deepest, 7. My Life's Been A Pleasure, 8. All The Soft Places To Fall, 9. Opportunity To Cry - Label: Columbia Records / Sony / Oldies


$14.98 – Riders in the Sky Salute Roy Rogers: King of the Cowboys (2016) Songs: A Gay Ranchero, Blue Shadows On the Trail, Skyball Paint, My Adobe Hacienda, Pecos Bill, Don't Fence Me In, Roll On Texas Moon, Hawaiian Cowboy, Lights of Old Santa Fe, Hadie Brown, Let Us Now Praise Gabby Hayes, Yellow Rose of Texas, Along the Navajo Trail, Happy Trails (To You) - Label: Alliance Import


+$13.98 – The Sons Of The Palomino (2017) Tracks: Medium 1, Runnin' Around, Authentic, When Lonely Calls, Countryholic, Outta This Town, Lie, Independent Trucker, Whiskey Years, Hole in the Wall, Unbroken People, Used to Be a Country Town, Nobody Does Lonely Like You, Old Roads and Lost Highways – Source: BFD Records /Red Distribution, Inc


$15.98 –Warner Bros. Recordings (2017) by Buck Owens - Track Listings - Disc: 1: 1. We're Gonna Build a Fire, 2. Child Support, 3. Lady Madonna, 4. Hollywood Waltz, , 5. Rain on Your Parade, 6. It's Been a Long, Long Time, 7. John Law, 8. Ozark Mountain Lullaby, 9. Love Don't Make the Bars, 10. California Okie, 11. Let the Good Times Roll, 12. Cinderella, 13. Our Old Mansion, 14. He Don't Deserve, You Anymore, 15. Texas Tornado, 16. Let Me Touch You, 17. Feel Good Again, 18. A Different Kind of Sad, 19. How Come My Dog Don't Bark, 20. World Famous Paradise Inn, 21. You're Gonna Need a Doctor – Disc: 2: 1. Nights Are Forever Without You, 2. When I Need You, 3. Do You Wanna Make Love, 4. Season of My Heart, 5. Play Together Again Again, 6. Hangin' in and Hangin' on, 7. Sweet Molly Brown's, 8. Let Jesse Rob the Train, 9. Victim of Life's Circumstances, 10. Love Is a Warm Cowboy, 11. I Don't Want to Live in San Francisco, 12. Moonlight and Magnolia, 13. Nickels and Dimes, 14. Without You, 15. I Just Want to See You Again, 16. Massachusetts, 17. Keep Me from Blowing Away, 18. I've Been Loving You Too Long, 19. There Must Be Something About Me She Loves, 20. Streets of Bakersfield, 21. (Joy) Number of Discs: 2 - Label: Wounded Bird Records – Source: Traditions Alive/Ims 0:

DVDs

$9.99 – Alaska Passage (1959) Cast: Bill Williams, Nick Dennis, Nora Hayden, Leslie Bradley, Lyn Thomas, Jess Kirkpatrick, Fred Sherman, Raymond Hatton - Director: Edward Bernds – ZEUS

$9.99 – Alias Jesse James (1959) Director: Norman Z. McLeod - Cast: Bob Hope (Milford Farnsworth), Rhonda Fleming (Cora Lee Collins), Wendell Corey (Jesse James), Gloria Talbott (Princess Irawanie), Jim Davis (Frank James). - Source: ZEUS

$34.95 – Battling Butler / Go West (Buster Keaton Double Feature - Studio: Kino International – Blu-ray video discs $34.95

$29.98 – The Beguiled (2017) Director: Sofia Coppola - Stars: Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst, Elle Fanning, Colin Farrell, Oona Laurence, Angourie Rice, Addison Riecken – Studio: Universal Home Video - Blu-ray video disc $34.98

$8.95 – Border Caballero (1936, Puritan) Tim McCoy, Lois January, Earl Hdgins - Directed by Sam Newfield – Source: Sinister Cinema or ZA

$8.95 – The Bronze Buckaroo (1938, Sack) Herb Jeffreys, Spencer Williams, Rellie Hardin, Artie Young, Clarence Brooks. Directed by Richard C. Kahn. - Source: Sinister Cinema or ZA

$14.98 – The Burrowers (2008) Starring Karl Geary, William R. Mapother, Doug Hutchison, Clancy Brown, Sean Patrick Thomas, Writer/Director JT Petty and Actor Karl Geary. Studio: Lions Gate

$19,98 – Butch and Sundance - The Early Days (1979) Actors: William Katt, Tom Berenger, Jeff Corey, John Schuck, Michael C. Gwynne. Jill Eikenberry - Directors: Richard Lester – Sources: Starz, Amazon, Anchor Bay

$19.95 – Cannon For Cordoba (1970) Starring: George Peppard, Giovanna Ralli, Peter Duel, Don Gordon -- Directed by: Paul Wendkos – Source: Kino International – Blu-ray video disc $29.95

$19.98 – Captain Fury (1939) Actors: Brian Aherne, George Zucco, John Carradine – Director: Hal Roach – Source: VCI / MVD

$14.98 – Coal Miner's Daughter (1980) Starring: Sissy Spacek, Beverly D'Angelo, Tommy Lee Jones, Levon Helm, Phyllis Boyens, Bob Hannah, William Sanderson, Ernest Tubb, Roy Acuff, Minnie Pearl, - Directed By: Michael Apted - Studio: Universal Studios – Blu-ray video disc also $14.98

$14.93 – A Country Wedding (2015) Actors: Jesse Metcalfe, Autumn Reeser, Laura Mennell - Directed by Anne Wheeler. - Source: Halmark B&T

$21.95 – Cow Country (1953) Director: Lesley Selander - Actors: Edmond O'Brien, Helen Westcott, Robert Lowery, Peggie Castle, Raymond Hatton, Marshall Reed, Chuck Roberson – Source: Warner / Allied Vaughn / B&T

$21.95 – Cross Fire (1933) Director: Otto Brower – Actors: Tom Keene, Betty Furness, Edgar Kennedy, Lafe McKee, Charles K. French, Edward Phillips – Distributor: Warner / Allied Vaughn

$19.95 – Custer of the West (1967) Directors: Robert Siodmak and Irving Lerner – starring Robert Shaw, Robert Hall, Mary Ure, Jeffrey Hunter, Ty Hardin, Robert Ryan – Studio: Kino International = Blu-ray video disc $29.95

$29.95 – Dawson City: Frozen Time (2017) Director Bill Morrison pieces together the bizarre true history of a long-lost collection of 533 nitrate film prints from the early 1900s. Located just south of the Arctic Circle, Dawson City was settled in 1896 and became the center of the Canadian Gold Rush that brought 100,000 prospectors to the area. It was also the final stop for a distribution chain that sent prints and newsreels to the Yukon. The films were seldom, if ever, returned. The now-famous Dawson City Collection was uncovered in 1978 when a bulldozer working its way through a parking lot dug up a horde of film cans. Morrison draws on these permafrost-protected, rare silent films and newsreels, pairing them with archival footage, interviews, historical photographs, and an enigmatic score by Sigur Rós collaborator and composer Alex Somers. Source: Kino Lorber, Blu-ray video disc $34.95

$19.98 – Dead Again In Tombstone (2017) Actors: Danny Trejo, Jake Busey, Elysia Rotaru, Dean McDermott, Elizabeth Lavender - Directors: Roel Reine – Supplier: Universal Studios Home Entert. - Blu-ray video disc $22.98

$20.95 – The Deadline (1931) Actors: Buck Jones, Loretta Sayers, Robert Ellis, Ed Brady, Edward LeSaint - Directed by Lambert Hillyer – Source: SONY / B&T

$7.98 – Death Rides a Horse (1969) Director: Giulio Petroni - Actors: Lee Van Cleef, John Phillip Law, Luigi Pistilli, Anthony Dawson, Mario Brega - Studio: Wild East Productions - Publisher: Alpha Video – Kino Lorber Blu-ray video disc $29.95

$21.95 – Desert Pursuit (1952) Directed by George Blair – Actors: Wayne Morris, Virginia Grey, George Tobias, Anthony Caruso – Source: Warner Archive

$14.98 – Desierto (2016) Directed by Jonás Cuarón – Starring Gael García Bernal, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Alondra Hidalgo, Diego Cataño – Studio: Universal Home Video – Blu-ray video disc $19.98

$14.99 – Don’t Come Knocking (2005) Actors: Gabriel Mann, Sarah Polley, Sam Shepard, Jessica Lange, Tim Roth - Director: Wim Wenders – Source: Sony ZA

$19.95 -- Duel In The Sun a.k.a. Lust in the Dust (1946) Actors: Gregory Peck, Joseph Cotten, Jennifer Jones, Lionel Barrymore, Herbert Marshall – Directors: King Vidor and David O. Selznick -  Publisher: Kino Loeber – Blu-ray $29.95

$14.99 – Echoes of War (2015) Cast: James Badge Dale, Ethan Embry, William Forsythe, Maika Monroe, Rhys Wakefield, Beth Broderick, Ryan O'Nan, Owen Teague - Director: Kane Senes – Source: Amazon

$9.99 – Fighting with Anger (2007) Starring: Willie Nelson Kelli Fleming, Jonathan Boatwright. Director: Sam Um - Studio: Peace Arch Trinity – Sources: Sony Pictures / E1 Vision / Phase 4 Films / CC

$14.98 – Free State Of Jones (2016) Director: Gary Ross - Stars: Matthew McConaughey, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Mahershala Ali, Keri Russell, Christopher Berry – Supplier: Universal Studios Home Entertainment / B&T / clickii – Blu-ray video disc $19.98

$19.95 – From Noon Till Three (1976) Cast: Charles Bronson, Jill Ireland, Douglas Fowley, Don “Red” Barry, Betty Cole - Supplier: Kino International

$12.95 – Fury Below (1936) Russell Gleason, Maxine Doyle, LeRoy Mason, Sheila Terry, Rex Lease, John Merton. Director: Harry L. Fraser – Sources: Sinister or B&T

$19.98 – Go West / The Big Store (Marx Brothers Double Feature. Actors: The Marx Brothers, Groucho Marx, Chico Marx, Harpo Marx, Tony Martin – Studio: Warner Home Video – Source: Amazon

$19.98 – Gold Diggers - The Secret of Bear Mountain (1995) – Cast: Christina Ricci, Anna Chlumsky, Polly Draper, Diana Scarwid, David Keith – Director: Kevin James Dobson - Studio: Universal – Supplier: Allied Vaughn / B&T

$19.95 – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly (1967) Director: Sergio Leone - Actors: Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach, Lee Van Cleef, Aldo Giuffrè, Luigi Pistilli – Supplier: Kino International – Blu-ray 2 video discs $29.95

$10.00 – Guns of a Stranger (1973) Director: Robert Hinkle – Cast: Marty Robbins, Chill Wills, Dovie Beams, Steven Tackett, Bill Coontz, Shug Fisher, Tom Hartman – Source: Sun Valley Video

$19.98 – Gun Shy (2017) Director: Simon West - Stars: Antonio Banderas, Olga Kurylenko, Ben Cura – Source: Lions Gate – Blu-ray video disc $21.99

$19.98 – The Hero (2017) Directed By‎: ‎Brett Haley - Stars: Sam Elliott, Laura Prepon, Krysten Ritter, Nick Offerman, Katharine Ross – Supplier: Lions Gate – Blu-ray video disc $24.99

$14.93 – Hickok (2017) Cast: Luke Hemsworth, Trace Adkins, Kris Kristofferson, Bruce Dern, Cameron Richardson, Kaiwi Lyman-Mersereau - Director: Timothy Woodward Jr. - Studio: UMVD - Supplier: Cinedigm B&T - Ultra HD Blu-Ray video disc $29.99

$18.98 – The Hollow Point (2016) Cast: Patrick Wilson, Ian McShane, John Leguizamo, Lynn Collins, Jim Belushi, Karli Hall, David H. Stevens, Derek Boone - Director: Gonzalo López-Gallego – Supplier: Lions Gate – Blu-ray video disc $23.99

$19.95 – The Hunting Party (1971) Cast: Oliver Reed, Gene Hackman, Candice Bergen, L.Q. Jones -- Directed by Don Medford – Supplier: Kino International - Blu-ray video disc $29.95

$22.98 –Ingrid Goes West (2017) Director: Matt Spicer - Stars: Aubrey Plaza, Elizabeth Olsen, O'Shea Jackson Jr. - Studio: Universal / B&T – Blu-ray video disc $29.98

$14.99 – Iron Will (1994) Director: Charles Haid - Stars: Mackenzie Astin, Kevin Spacey, David Ogden Stiers, Penelope Windust, Jeffrey Alan Chandler - Studio: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment – Supplier: Buena Vista Home Entertaiment

$29.98 – James Stewart: 6-Movie Western Collection - Includes Destry Rides Again (Marlene Dietrich. 1939/95 min.), Winchester ’73 (Shelley Winters. 1950/93 min.), Bend of the River (Julia Adams. 1952/92 min.), The Far Country (Ruth Roman. 1954/97 min.), Night Passage (Audie Murphy. 1957/91 min.) and The Rare Breed (Maureen O’Hara. 1966/97 min.). 6 DVDs. Supplier: Universal Studios

$19.95 -- Junior Bonner (1972) Actors: Steve McQueen, Robert Preston, Ida Lupino, Ben Johnson, Joe Don Baker - Director: Sam Peckinpah - Published by Kino International – Blu-ray video disc $29.95

$19.98 – Justice (2017) Director: Richard Gabai - Stars: Jackson Rathbone, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Stephen Lang, Ellen Hollman, Robert Carradine, Lesley-Anne Down, Nathan Parsons, Studio: Universal Home Video – Blu-ray video disc $22.98

$19.99 -- The Law and Jake Wade (1958) Actors: Robert Taylor, Richard Widmark, Patricia Owens, Robert Middleton, Henry Silva - Director: John Sturges - Warner / Allied Vaughn / JR – Blu-ray $21.99

$21.99 – The Lion and the Horse (1952) Directed by Louis King – Cast: Steve Cochran, Wildfire the Horse, Ray Teal, Bob Steele. Tom Tyler – Studio: Warner / Allied Vaughn

$19.95 – The Long Riders (1980) Director: Walter Hill – starring James Keach, Stacy Keach, David Carradine, Keith Carradine, Robert Carradine, Dennis Quaid, Randy Quaid, Harry Carey Jr., James Whitmore Jr., Publisher: MGM – also available in Blu-ray Hi-Def DVD for $29.99 from Kino Lorber

$9.99 – A Man's Game (1961) Director: Lewis Allen – Cast: Barbara Stanwyck, Andy Albin, William 'Billy' Benedict – Source: ZEUS

$6.99 – Pepe (1960) Director: George Sidney - Stars: Cantinflas, Dan Dailey, Shirley Jones, Carlos Montalban, Vicki Trickett, Matt Mattox – Source: ZEUS

$8.95 – Potluck Pards (1934, Reliable) Wally Wales, Ben Corbett, Josephine Hall. Also: West on Parade (1934, Reliable) Dennis Moore – Source: Sinister Cinema

$9.98 – Red Ryder Double Feature: Vigilantes of Dodge City / Sun Valley Cyclone – Starring: Bill Elliott, Wild Bill Elliott, Bobby Blake, Alice Fleming, Linda Stirling, Roy Barcroft, LeRoy Mason, Eddy Waller, Hal Taliaferro, Tom London – Directors: Wallace Grissell, R. G. Springsteen – Studio: Grapevine Video CC

$12.95 – Renegades of the West (1932) Director: Casey Robinson – Actors: Tom Keene, Betty Furness, Roscoe Ates, Jim Mason, Max Wagner – Source: WB

$9.99 – Revolt At Fort Laramie (1957) Director: Lesley Selander – Stars: John Dehner, Gregg Palmer, Frances Helm Source: ZEUS

$19.95Roy Colt and Winchester Jack (1970) Actors: Brett Halsey, Marilu Tolo, Charles Southwood, Teodoro Corra, Isa Miranda - Director: Mario Bava – Source: Kino International – Blu-ray video disc; $29.95

$29.95 – Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World (2017) This documentary brings to light the profound and overlooked influence of Indigenous people on popular music in North America. Focusing on music icons like Link Wray, Jimi Hendrix, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Taboo (The Black Eyed Peas), Charley Patton, Mildred Bailey, Jesse Ed Davis, Robbie Robertson, and Randy Castillo, It shows how these pioneering Native American musicians helped shape the soundtracks of our lives. Studio: Kino Lorber

$9.95 – Sagebrush Trail a.k.a. An Innocent Man (1933, Lone Star) John Wayne, Nancy Schubert, Yakima Canutt, Lane Chandler. - Sources: Sinister Cinema or B&T

$19.98 – The Second Time Around (1961) Director: Vincent Sherman - Stars: Debbie Reynolds, Steve Forrest, Andy Griffith, Juliet Prowse, Thelma Ritter - Supplier: Fox / Allied Vaughn

$19.95 – Shalako (1968) Director: Edward Dmytryk - Actors: Sean Connery, Brigitte Bardot, Stephen Boyd, Jack Hawkins, Peter van Eyck, Honor Blackman, Woody Strode, Don “Red” Barry, Rodd Redwing, Chief Tug Smith, Alexander Knox, Valerie Frency: Studio: Kino International- Blu-ray video disc $29.95

$19.82 – Silver Screen Icons: John Wayne WesternsFort Apache, The Searchers, Rio Bravo, The Cowboys - Studio: Warner Brothers

$14.95 – Slaughter (1972) Actors: Jim Brown, Rip Torn, Cameron Mitchell, Don Gordon - Director: Jack Starrett – Source: Olive Films – Blu-ray $29.95

$19.99 – Something Big (1971) Director: Andrew V. McLaglen – Actors: Dean Martin, Brian Keith, Honor Blackman, Carol White, Ben Johnson, Joyce Van Patten, Denver Pyle, Harry Carey Jr., Bob Steele – Publisher: Paramount Home Video \ CC - Kino InternationalBlu-ray video disc $29.95

Product Details

$14.99 – Son of Paleface (1952) Actors: Bob Hope, Jane Russell, Roy Rogers, Trigger, Bill Williams, Iron Eyes Cody - Director: Frank Tashlin – Supplier: Kino Internationa – Blu-ray video disc $24.95

$9.98 – Star-Studded Stallions: 4 Heartwarming Horse Films (The Princess Stallion / Sylvester / Tommy and the Cool Mule / The Adventures of Gallant Bess) Starring: Ariana Richards, Richard Farnsworth, Grant Barker & Cameron Mitchell – Source: Oldies

$82.99 – Stingaree (1934) - Director: William Wellman - Stars: Irene Dunne, Richard Dix, Mary Boland, Conway Tearle – Source: thedvddepot / ebay

$29.95 – Te Ata (2016) Cast: Gil Birmingham, Q'orianka Kilcher, Graham Greene - Directed by Nathan Frankowski- Source: Kino Lorber, Inc. Blu-ray video disc $34.95

$12.98 – Ten Laps To Go - Director: Elmer Clifton - Rex Lease, Muriel Evans, Duncan Renaldo. Sources: Grapevine Video or Sinister Cinema

$19.95 – Those Redheads From Seattle (1953) Starring: Gene Barry, Agnes Moorehead, Rhonda Fleming, Teresa Brewer, Guy Mitchell – Director: Lewis R. Foster – Supplier: Kino International – Blu-ray video disc $34.95

$10.00 – Trigger Men a.k.a. Billy The Kid’s Fighting Pals (1941))Actors: Bob Steele, Al “Fuzzy” St. John, Phyllis Adair, Carlton Young, Charles King – Director: Sherman Scott – Source Sun Valley Video

$19.95 – Viva Maria! (1965) Cast: George Hamilton, Jeanne Moreau, Brigitte Bardot, Claudio Brook, Paulette Dubost – Directed by Louis Malle – Supplier: Kino International – Blu-ray video disc $29.95

$12.95 – Warriors Five ‘La guerra continua’ (1962) Directed by Leopoldo Savona – Cast: Jack Palance, Joanna Rally, Serge Reggiani, Falco Lulli. Source: Sinister Cinema


$17.99 – Wheeler (2017) Cast: Stephen Dorff, Kris Kristofferson, Audrey Spillman, Bobby Tomberlin - Director: Ryan Ross - Supplier: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment = Blu-ray video disc $19.99

$9.99 – Wild Harvest (1947) Director: Tay Garnett – Stars: Alan Ladd, Dorothy Lamour, Robert Preston – Source: ZEUS

$29.98 – Wind River (1998) Actors: Blake Heron, A Martinez, Russell Means, Karen Allen, Brandon Baker, Wayne Brennan, Alanzo Coby, Pat Gordon - Director: Tom Shell - Supplier: Lions Gate Home Entertainment - Blu-ray video disc: $34.99

$9.98 – Wooly Boys (2001) Cast:, Robin Dearden. Mark Benninghoffen, Peter Fonda, Kris Kristofferson, Keith Carradine, Joe Mazzello. Supplier: Lions Gate

$12.99 – Yellow Fin (1951) Director: Frank McDonald - Stars: Wayne Morris, Lorna Gray (as Adrian Booth) , Gloria Henry, Gordon Jones – Source: Bruin95


TV SHOW DVDs

$19.93 – Bearcats!: The Complete Series (1971) Cast: Rod Taylor, Dennis Cole, Douglas Heyes = Studio: Shout Factory – Suppliers: Cinedigm \ B&T \ CC

$8.99 – Big Bear – The Complete Mini-Series (1998) Starring Gordon Tootoosis, Tantoo Cardinal - Studio: Echo Bridge - Big Bear, chief of the Cree tribe of western Canada, fights against a proposed treaty which could potentially force him to surrender the land that gave his tribe its freedom.

$14.98 – Buffalo Girls (TV Mini-Series 1995) Actors: Anjelica Huston, Melanie Griffith, Gabriel Byrne, Peter Coyote, Tracey Walter - Director: Rod Hardy - Studio: Cinedigm / Allied Vaughn

$5.00 – The Alaskans (1959–1960) - When gold was discovered in the Yukon in the 1890s. With Roger Moore, Dorothy Provine, Jeff York, Ray Danton. 5 episodes, Source: Johnny’s Rare DVDs

$34.99 – Best of the West (1981) Complete Series on 3 Discs - Actors: Joel Higgins, Carlene Watkins, Meeno Peluce, Valri Bromfield, Tom Ewell – Source: Amazon

$23.94 – Brave Eagle - Lost TV Western Classics – Cast: Keith Larsen, Anthony Numkena, Kim Winona – Studio: Roy Rogers Productions – 3 disc set with 11 episodes - Supplier: Studio: Alpha Video

$12.00 – Buckskin (1959)Annie O'Connell's boarding house in Buckskin, Montana, in 1880, is the setting for dramas unfolding for travelers and townies alike. Stories are seen through the eyes of 10-year-old Jody. Cast: Tom Nolan, Sally Brophy, Mike Road, Shirley Knight, Michael Lipton, Orville Sherman – 20 episodes, Source: Johnny’s Rare DVDs

$39.99 – Dominion Creek -Series 1 (2016) Cast: Owen McDonnell, Dara Devaney, Sean T. Meallaigh, Julian Black Antelope, Robert O'Mahoney – Studio: Acorn Media / Image – Source: B&T

$39.99 – Dominion Creek -Series 2 (2016) Cast: Owen McDonnell, Dara Devaney, Sean T. Meallaigh, Julian Black Antelope, Robert O'Mahoney – Studio: Acorn Media / Image – Source: B&T


Frontier Doctor – Alpha has nine voluments of Frontier Doctor TV shows on DVD for $7.98 each. The program stars Rex Allen

$9.99 – Guestward Ho! (1960) program from the TV series – Stars: Joanne Dru, J. Carrol Naish, Mark Miller – Source: ZEUS


$19.97 – Gunslingers: Season 1 (2014) Cast: John Redlinger, Rich Chavez, Andrew DeCarlo -Studio: Discovery Channel za

$13.99 – Hec Ramsey TV Series (1972-1974) 10 DVD set – Starring Richard Boone – Source: iOffer

$39.99 -- Hondo: The Complete Series (1967) 4 video discs – 17 programs. Studio: Warner / Allied Vaughn - Stars: Ralph Taeger, Kathie Browne, Noah Beery Jr. - Sources: Johnny’s Rare DVDs, B&N, Walmart, AZ

$14.93 – J.L. Family Ranch (2016) Starring: Jon Voight, Teri Polo, James Caan, Melanie Griffith. Directed by Charles Robert Carner. Studio: Hallmark / UMVD – Suppliers: Cinedigm / CC / B&T

$19.97 – The Loner: The Complete Series (1965-1966) Starring Lloyd Bridges, Jim Drum, James Whitmore. - Studio: Shout Factory - 4 videodiscs (approximately 11 hr.) Supplier: Cinedigm / B&T

$12.00 – Man Without a Gun (1957 - 1959) – Adam MacLean is publisher and chief reporter for the Yellowstone Sentinel of Yellowstone Wyoming. Starring Rex Reason, Mort Mills and Harry Harvey. Source: Johnny’s Rare DVDs

$55.00 – McCloud – Complete 48 Episodes - Deputy Marshall Sam McCloud from Taos, New Mexico ends up in New York City in his quest to recapture an escaped prisoner. After recapturing the prisoner, he ends up staying in New York City on a temporary assignment under Chief Peter B. Clifford in Manhattan's 27th Precinct. Source: Johnny’s Rare DVDs

$19.99 – My Friend Flicka: The Complete Series (1956-57) 5 video discs – Cast: Frank Ferguson, Gene Evans, Johnny Washbrook - Studio: Shout Factory – Supplier: B&T – Cinedigm

$9.99 – Peacemakers TV Series (2003) 9 episodes - In 1880s Silver City, Colo., a marshal teams with a scientifically inclined detective in a hybrid of a traditional Western and a `CSI'-style drama. Forensic science is in its infancy and the Wild West will never be the same. Enter Federal Marshal Jared Stone, ex-Pinkerton Agent Larimer Finch and local mortician Katie Owen, they make up Silver City, CO's., newest crime fighting team. Stars: Tom Berenger, Peter O'Meara, Amy Carlson – Source: FUS

$39.90 – The Range Rider: Vols. 1-5 (1951-53) 5 video discs – starring Jock Mahoney, Dickie Jones - Studio: Alpha Video - Supplier: Gotham Distribution Corporation

$14.00 – R.C.M.P. was a 1959 Canadian television drama series about the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. It starred French-Canadian actor Gilles Pelletier as Corporal Jacques Gagnier and English-Canadian actor Don Francks as Constable Bill Mitchell. 7 episodes - Source: FUS

$12.00 – The Rounders (1966-67) Directed by Allen Reisner – Starring Ron Hayes, Patrick Wayne, Chill Wills, Walker Edmiston, Strother Martin, James Brown, Jason Wingreen - A modern-day comedy western series about two idle and bored, women-chasing contemporary cowboys. 15 programs - Johnny’s Rare DVDs

$15.00 – The Saga Of Andy Burnett (1957) (6 programs) Stars: Jerome Courtland, Jeff York, Slim Pickens, Andrew Duggan, Robert J. Wilke, Iron Eyes Cody, John War Eagle - Source: Johnny’s Rare DVDs-

$8.95 – The Tim McCoy Show – Four episodes from Tim's short-lived 1950s TV show. None of the episodes have names, but they consist of Tim talking about all kinds of western paraphernalia and history. One episode has a great lesson in Indian sign language. Source: Sinister Cinema

$79.00 – Tony Hillerman Mysteries On DVD – all three programs from the PBS Mystery! series, Navajo sleuths Joe Leaphorn, played by Wes Studi and Jim Chee, played by Adam Beach team up to solve three different murder mysteries based on the best-seling novels of Tony Hillerman. Individual programs are also available for $29 each: A. Skin Walkers (97 Minutes). B. Coyote Waits - (107 Minutes). C. Thief Of Time - (90 Minutes). Source: Southwest Indian Foundation

$56.99 – The Travels of Jamie McPheeters complete DVD set (1963-64) Starring Kurt Russell, Dan O'Herlihy. Charles Bronson, Donna Anderson, Michael Witney, Meg Wyllie – Source: Classic DVD World Item # 13828

$6.99 – Union Pacific televion series (1958-1959) Union Pacific featured stories of it's railroad crew and it's construction boss, Bart McClelland in the 1880s. Stars Jeff Morrow and Susan Cummings. 5 episodes – Source: Johnny’s Rare DVDs



$19.99 –
You Are There: Classic Early Films of Legendary Performers (1952-54) Studio: Alliance Import – Source: Baker & Taylor

$9.99 – Young Pioneers (1978) Short lived (3 episodes) series about Molly and David Beaton, two teenage newlyweds, in the Dakota Territory in the early 1870s. Stars: Linda Purl, Roger Kern, Robert Hays – Source: Johnny’s Rare DVDs



SERIAL DVDs

$19.95 – Adventures of Captain Marvel (1941, Republic) Actors: Tom Tyler, Frank Coghlan Jr., William 'Billy' Benedict, Louise Currie, Robert Strange - Directors: John English, William Witney – Publishers: Republic Pictures Video or Grapevine Video – Kino Lorber Blu-ray video disc $29.95

$19.95 – Daredevils of the Red Circle (1939; Republic), directed by William Witney and John English – Actors: Charles Quigley, Herman (Bruce Bennett) Brix, David Sharpe, Carole Landis, and Charles Middleton – Distributor: Kino Lorber – Blu-ray video disc $29.95

$19.95 – Panther Girl of the Kongo (1955, Republic) Directed by Franklin Adreon – Actors: Phyllis Coates, Myron Healey, Arthur Space, John Daheim, Mike Ragan, Morris Buchanan, Roy Glenn – Distributor: Kino Lorber Blu-ray $29.95

$29.95 – The Rex Bennett Collection (Republic, 30 Chapters) Actors: Rod Cameron, Duncan Renaldo, Joan Marsh, Lionel Royce, Nino Pipitone, Directors: Spencer Bennet, William Witney - Contains the complete restored editions of both Secret Service in Darkest Africa and G-Men vs. the Black Dragon featuring Rod Cameron (doubled by stunt man Tom Steele) as WWII US Agent Rex Bennett. Published by Serial Squadron

$21.95 – Zudora - Also known as The Twenty Million Dollar Mystery and The Demon Shadow in the USA : [Zudora in the Twenty Million Dollar Mystery] (1914-1915) American B&W : Serial - Directed by Howell Hansell – Cast: Marguerite Snow, James Cruze, Harry Benham --The DVD presents all 4 known surviving episodes of the serial, one re-created from the existing second reel, and a bonus chapter of the serial The Adventures of Marguerite (1915) featuring Marguerite Courtot, "The Veiled Priestess." – Published by Eric Steadman (The Serial Squadron)

SERIAL DVD REVIEW

I decided to view The Mysterious Airman for the first time and enjoyed it. Source was The Sprocket Vault. This DVD was made from a nitrate print loaned to the publishers by the Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Archive which I believe is the only film of this serial known to exist. Most of the serial was perfect except for Reel 1 of Chapter 9 which is missing due to nitrate decomposition.


Another short film was included on the DVD – Flying Cadets – which was a film made in 1928 by the United States Army Air Corps. Not a stale army documentary, but an actual story short that followed cadets through the training camp.


Another short feature included more than a dozen lobby cards and posters, many in color, from the serial. In short, I really enjoyed the serial





BOOKS


$14.95 – The 50 Greatest Westerns by Barry Stone – Publisher: Icon Books - Publish Date: 11/15/2016 - Author Barry Stone has served his apprenticeship as a western movie geek and aficionado.The Magnificent Seven, The Wild Bunch, Red River for 50 years the western has been the only genre in a life that just ain’t big enough for two’. He has written on the history of cinema for the illustrated reference bookHistorica, is a regular attendee to western premieres for FOX Studios Australia, and was recently a guest of the Museum of Western Film History in Independence, California. Intrigued by the idea of frontier wilderness, of law and order versus lawlessness, and a firm belief that the better the bad guy, the better the film’, he goes beyond the American south-west to pay homage to the Italian and even Australian western and, after much deliberation, he ranks them in order. Country of Publication: Great Britain/British Isles - Physical Description: 223 p. : 7.75 H x 0.75 D x 5.25 W inches 0.55 lbs. Source: Baker & Taylor

$49.95 – A Gathering of Guns: A Half Century of TV Westerns by Boyd Magers (2017) This book covers the 50 year evolution of the Western on TV from 1949 to 2001. 196 series, 478 pages with over 1,600 images and photos. Organized chronologically, each series researched thoroughly with stars, network affiliation, times and days of the week aired, number of episodes, color or b/w, start and end dates, network competition, directors, producers and writers. Virtually every series includes quotes and anecdotes from the stars and guest stars. Also themesong lyrics, information on special guns used, samples of actual script pages, filming locations, newspaper advertising, logos and loads of series trivia. Forewords by James Drury, Robert Fuller, Clint Walker, Henry Darrow, Don Collier and Will Hutchins. Order direct from Boyd Magers, 1312 Stagecoach Road, Albuquerque, NM 87123-4321 – $44 plus $5 postage in the U.S. Check or money order or by Paypal $51 to orders@westernclippings.com – Foreign copies $44 plus $35 postage or by Paypal $83 to orders@westernclippings.com, or Canada $44 plus $25 postage or by Paypal $72 to orders@westernclippings.com

$35.00 – Barbara Stanwyck: The Miracle Woman by Dan Callahan - Publisher: Univ Press of Mississippi Publish Date: 02/01/2012 - Barbara Stanwyck (1907-1990) rose from the ranks of chorus girl to become one of Hollywood’s most talented leading women-and America’s highest paid woman in the mid-1940s. Shuttled among foster homes as a child, she took a number of low-wage jobs while she determinedly made the connections that landed her in successful Broadway productions. Stanwyck then acted in a stream of high-quality films from the 1930s through the 1950s. Directors such as Cecil B. DeMille, Fritz Lang, and Frank Capra treasured her particular magic. A four-time Academy Award nominee, winner of three Emmys and a Golden Globe, she was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Academy. Dan Callahan considers both Stanwyck’s life and her art, exploring her seminal collaborations with Capra in such great films as Ladies of Leisure, The Miracle Woman, and The Bitter Tea of General Yen; her Pre-Code movies Night Nurse and Baby Face; and her classic roles in Stella Dallas, Remember the Night, The Lady Eve, and Double Indemnity. After making more than eighty films in Hollywood, she revived her career by turning to television, where her role in the 1960s series The Big Valley renewed her immense popularity. Callahan examines Stanwyck’s career in relation to the directors she worked with and the genres she worked in, leading up to her late-career triumphs in two films directed by Douglas Sirk, All I Desire and There’s Always Tomorrow, and two outrageous westerns, The Furies and Forty Guns. The book positions Stanwyck where she belongs-at the very top of her profession-and offers a close, sympathetic reading of her performances in all their range and complexity.Physical Description: viii, 252 p. ; 11.00 H x 0.25 D x 8.50 W inches 0.55 lbs.

$38.95 – Brothers of the West: The lives and films of Robert Livingston and Jack Randall – 2003 - by Merrill T McCord - a lengthy and detailed biography of the Randall Brothers - Bob Livingston and Jack Randall, and a great history of B western films, production, troubles, and 1930s and 1940s Hollywood history. The 8 1/2 x 11 book contains about 450 pages and over 200 photos. Order direct. Merrill McCord, 10208 Fleming Avenue, Bethesda, MD 20814, Merrill has a few copies of the book for sale at $34.95 plus $4.00 postage in the U.S. Amazon has used copies available for a higher price.

$39.95 – Deadwood and Shakespeare - The Henriad in the Old West by Susan Cosby Ronnenberg - notes, bibliography, index, (6 x 9) Not Yet Published, Available Spring 2018 from McFarland - Set in politically unstable environments, Shakespeare’s history plays—Richard II, 1 Henry IV, 2 Henry IV and Henry V—and HBO’s Western series Deadwood (2004–2006) all stand as critiques of myths of national origin, the sanitized stories we tell ourselves about how power imposes order on chaos. Drawing parallels between the Shakespeare plays and Deadwood, the author explores questions about legitimate political authority, the qualities of an effective leader, gender roles and community, and the reciprocal relationship between past and present in historical narratives. Susan Cosby Ronnenberg is an English Professor in the upper midwest.

$49.95 – The Happiest Trails by John Brooker (2017) John Brooker writes in his Introduction: "B westerns have always been part of my life. I decided . . . to tour the Us by Greyhound bus and try and track down some of my childhood heroes." From that and subsequent trips, Brooker began to write books, magazine columns, and even a Tv series ("Movie Memories"). This book contains his interviews with the actors and other research on the B westerns. Fully illustrated. 592 pages - Publisher: lulu.com – Source: Amazon



$26.95 – Hopalong Cassidy: On the Page, on the Screen (Paperback) by Nevins, Francis M. Nevins and Packy Smith - Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub - Clarence E. Mulford spent his creative years, writing a vast saga of interlocking novels and stories, most of them dealing with the Bar-20 ranch and the men who called it home, chief among them a certain Hopalong Cassidy. Eventually Mulford's works became the nominal source of 66 Hollywood films, made between 1935 and 1948, and a 52-episode TV series (1952-54), all starring William Boyd as a character with the same name but very different from Mulford's.Hopalong Cassidy: On the Page, On the Screen covers each of Mulford's books and each of the Cassidy theatrical films in full detail. A comprehensive index enables readers interested in almost anyone or anything linked to the books or films-including eventual stars like Robert Mitchum, George Reeves, Jan Clayton and Barbara Britton—to find the relevant material instantly.It began in the waking dreams of a young civil servant in Brooklyn who spent evenings, weekends and vacations putting into words an old West he had imagined but never seen. Story by story, novel by novel he created a vast canvas centering around a Texas ranch he called the Bar-20 and the men who made it the focus of their loyalty, chief among them a red-headed liquor-swilling young puncher with a noticeable limp, Hopalong Cassidy. Clarence E. Mulford (1883-1956) was one of the most remarkable Western writers America has produced. His fictional universe is an immense saga, written over a third of a century, in which Cassidy and the other main characters go adventuring, fall in love, marry and have children, grow old and eventually take part in the adventures of the next generation. Mulford's life and world are explored in detail in the first several chapters of this book. In 1935, the now prosperous author signed the contracts that brought his world and characters to America's movie theaters-or at least so he hoped. But, except for a handful of character and place names, the 66 Hopalong Cassidy movies, made between 1935 and 1948, starring William Boyd as Cassidy, turned out to have almost nothing in common with Mulford's fiction. Those films captivated audiences on their first release. The finest of them were hailed by Western lovers as classics of the genre and, restored for satellite and DVD, continue to excite viewers today. This book covers all 66 Cassidy movies in depth. The final chapter recounts what happened in the late 1940s and early 1950s when Hoppymania swept the country as the films migrated to the infant medium of television, generating new celebrity and a huge fortune for William Boyd and quite a bit of money for Mulford too. With a comprehensive checklist of Mulford's writings and a complete filmography providing cast and credits for every Cassidy movie and every episode of the later TV series, Hopalong Cassidy: On the Page, On the Screen is the definitive book on a fascinating subject. Physical Description: 534 p. : 10.00 H x 1.21 D x 7.00 W inches. Hardcover: $40

$15.99 – The John Wayne Code: Wit, Wisdom and Timeless Advice From the American Icon – Publisher: Media Lab Books Publish Date: 05/09/2017 - During his 72 years and more than 150 movies, John Wayne imparted a seemingly endless amount of advice, wisdom and good old-fashioned common sense to his audiences, and that wealth of knowledge has been collected together for the first time by the people who loved and knew him best in The John Wayne Code. Supplier: St Martins Press - 145 pages : 7.50 H x 0.75 D x 5.25 W inches 0.60 lbs.

$40.00 – A Life of Barbara Stanwyck: Steel-True 1907-1940 by Victoria Wilson, Publisher: Simon & Schuster Publish Date: 11/12/2013 – Fifteen years in the making, the first volume of the full-scale astonishing life of one of our greatest screen actresses whose career in pictures spanned four decades beginning with the coming of sound—the first to delve deeply into Stanwyck’s rich, complex life and to explore her extraordinary range of eighty-eight motion pictures, many of them iconic; her work, her world, her Hollywood through an American century. Frank Capra called her “The greatest emotional actress the screen has yet known.” She was one of its most natural, timeless, and underrated stars. Now, Victoria Wilson gives us the first full-scale life of Barbara Stanwyck, whose astonishing career in movies (eighty-eight in all) spanned four decades beginning with the coming of sound, and lasted in television from its infancy in the 1950s through the 1980s—a book that delves deeply into her rich, complex life and explores her extraordinary range of motion pictures, many of them iconic. Here is her work, her world, her Hollywood.

We see the quintessential Brooklyn girl whose family was in fact of old New England stock . . . her years in New York as a dancer and Broadway star . . . her fraught mar­riage to Frank Fay, Broadway genius, who influenced a generation of actors and comedians (among them, Jack Benny and Stanwyck herself ) . . . the adoption of a son, embattled from the outset; her partnership with the “unfunny” Marx brother, Zeppo, crucial in shaping the direction of her work, and who, together with his wife, formed a trio that created one of the finest horse-breeding farms in the west; her fairy-tale romance and marriage to the younger Robert Taylor, America’s most sought-after— and beautiful—male star.



Here is the shaping of her career with many of Hol­lywood’s most important directors: among them, Frank Capra, “Wild Bill” William Wellman (“When you get beauty and brains together,” he said, “there’s no stopping the lucky girl who possesses them. The best example I can think of is Barbara”), King Vidor, Cecil B. De Mille, and Preston Sturges, all set against the times—the Depression, the New Deal, the rise of the unions, the advent of World War II—and a fast-changing, coming-of-age motion picture industry.



And here is Stanwyck’s evolution as an actress in the pictures she made from 1929 through the summer of 1940, where Volume One ends—from her first starring movie, The Locked Door (“An all-time low,” she said. “By then I was certain that Hollywood and I had nothing in common”); and Ladies of Leisure, the first of her six-picture collaboration with Frank Capra (“He sensed things that you were trying to keep hidden from people. He knew. He just knew”), to the scorching Baby Face, and the height of her screen perfection, beginning with Stella Dallas (“I was scared to death all the time we were making the pic­ture”), from Clifford Odets’s Golden Boy and the epic Union Pacific to the first of her collaborations with Preston Sturges, who wrote Remember the Night, in which she starred.



And at the heart of the book, Stanwyck herself—her strengths, her fears, her frailties, her losses and desires; how she made use of the darkness in her soul in her work and kept it at bay in her private life, and finally, her transformation from shunned outsider to one of Holly­wood’s—and America’s—most revered screen actresses.

$29.95 – The Lone Ranger on Radio, Film and Television by Ed Andreychuk - ca. 30 photos, bibliography, index 6 x 9) Not Yet Published, Available Winter 2018 McFarland – The Lone Ranger has endured as an iconic figure in American popular culture, from his 1933 premier as a radio serial hero through a highly-rated television series (1949–1957) to a 2013 feature film. Created by script writer Fran Striker and radio station owner George W. Trendle, the character was meant to embody courage, fair play and honesty, and writers had to adhere to specific guidelines: “he never smokes ... he uses precise speech ... he never shoots to kill.” The popularity of the Ranger and his companion Tonto inspired later crime fighting duos like Batman and Robin, and The Green Hornet and Kato. This book examines the franchise in detail, with summaries and production details of the original radio episodes. About the Author: Longtime Western film buff Ed Andreychuk is the author of several film books. He lives in Baltimore.

$20.00 – The Lone Ranger and the Silver Bullet by Fran Striker - Publisher: Aeonian Press (Amerx), 1948 - In the days when the West was young, an experimental camel train set out from San Antonio, Texas, to try to reach what was then a far distant destination - California. Behind the story of that grueling, five-months' expedition is the thrilling story of how two men - The Lone Ranger and his Indian friend Tonto - blocked the desperate attempts of steamship and stagecoach interests to sabotage the camel train. (used) – Source: Abe

$29,95 – Maureen O'Hara: The Biography by Aubrey Malone - Publisher: Univ Press of Kentucky Publish Date: 10/01/2013 - From her first appearances on the stage and screen, Maureen O'Hara (b. 1920) commanded attention with her striking beauty, radiant red hair, and impassioned portrayals of spirited heroines. Whether she was being rescued from the gallows by Charles Laughton ( The Hunchback of Notre Dame, 1939), falling in love with Walter Pidgeon against a coal-blackened sky ( How Green Was My Valley, 1941), learning to believe in miracles with Natalie Wood ( Miracle on 34th Street, 1947), or matching wits with John Wayne ( The Quiet Man, 1952), she charmed audiences with her powerful presence and easy confidence.

Maureen O'Hara is the first book-length biography of the screen legend hailed as the "Queen of Technicolor." Following the star from her childhood in Dublin to the height of fame in Hollywood, film critic Aubrey Malone draws on new information from the Irish Film Institute, production notes from films, and details from historical film journals, newspapers, and fan magazines. Malone also examines the actress's friendship with frequent costar John Wayne and her relationship with director John Ford, and he addresses the hotly debated question of whether the screen siren was a feminist or antifeminist figure. Physical Description: 263 pages ; 9.00 H x 1.00 D x 6.00 W inches

$35.95 – Riding the Hollywood Trail: Tales of the Silver Screen Cowboys by Charlie Lesueur, Publisher: Five Star Pubns Publish Date: 05/11/2008For more than 50 years, “B” Westerns packed neighborhood theaters. Through extensive research and interviews with actors and their families, film historian Charlie LeSueur paints an all-encompassing portrait of this Western movie era with Riding the Hollywood Trail: Tales of the Silver Screen Cowboys. LeSueur brings Westerns and their cowboy stars to life! -Physical Description: 149 p. : 8.25 H x 0.50 D x 5.50 W inches 0.54 used za

$25.00 – Riding the Hollywood Trail II: Blazing the Early Television Trail (Volume 2) by Charlie LeSueur - Publisher: Timber Creek Press, 2015 – Synopsis: The man who brought you Riding the Hollywood Trail: Tales of the Silver Screen Cowboys, Charlie LeSueur, now brings the long awaited sequel...Riding the Hollywood Trail II: Blazing the Early Television Trail. Charlie continues the story as a select few cowpokes successfully made the switch to early television while others had a tough go of it. Here are the true stories of the ups and downs of heroes like Hopalong Cassidy, Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, The Lone Ranger, The Cisco Kid, Gabby Hayes, Colonel Tim McCoy, Russell Hayden, Lash LaRue, William Elliott and Allan "Rocky" Lane in their attempts to make the leap to TV, with plenty of behind the scenes intrigue...Enjoy the Trail! - abeza

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$18.95 – Saturday Heroes is Bobby Copeland's last book. He was working on it when he passed away October 5, 2016. Thankfully, Bobby's wife Joan and Bill Russell finished the book. It's a glossy cover paperback, 8 1/2 x 11 inches, and has 138 pages. This book does not follow Bobby's previous book formula and layout. Inside are full page and half page images of many of our western heroes. And underneath the images are various facts and trivia about their life, marriages, divorces, real names, colleges, legal problems, birth, death, etc. Major B western stars like Starrett, Autry, Rogers, Boyd, and a few others get multiple page coverage. you can order a postage paid copy by sending a check for $18.95 to: Bill Russell, 1000 Winderley Place # 240, Maitland, Florida 32751.

$49.95 – Television Western Players, 1960–1975 – A Biographical Dictionary by Everett Aaker – 155 photos, appendix, filmographies, index, 488pp. (7 x 10) 2017 - This biographical encyclopedia covers every actor and actress who had a regular role in a Western series on American television from 1960 through 1975, with analyses of key players. The entries provide birth and death dates, family information, and accounts of each player’s career, with a cross-referenced videography. An appendix gives details about all Western series, network or syndicated, 1960–1975. The book is fully indexed. About the Author: Everett Aaker has written reference books on television western actors and actresses of the fifties and early television crime fighters. He was a finalist in the BBC quiz shows Film Buff of the Year and Screen Test in which his subject was George Raft. He lives in England. Other Books by Everett Aaker also published by McFarland: and available through our fan club are : Television Western Players of the Fifties - $49.95, Encyclopedia of Early Television Crime Fighters - $49.95, and George Raft $35.00

$25.00 – The Western Legends Live on: Tales and Interviews With the Cowboy Stars of the Silver Screen - by Charlie Lesueur and Johnny Western, Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub Publish Date: 04/28/2017 - In 1998, western film historian, Charlie LeSueur, wrote his first book based on interviews with the cowboy stars of the silver screen who where still with us. Names like Lash LaRue, Harry Carey, Jr., John Smith, Ben Johnson, Gene Autry and many more. Since then Charlie has become friends with many of the silver screen cowboys and in this 20year update has revised and updated many of the stories in the first edition.The Western Legends Live On: Tales and Interviews with the Cowboy Stars of the Silver Screen is one of the most incisive and comprehensive books on many of our favorites from film and television. Physical Description: 250 p. : 8.50 H x 0.57 D x 5.50 W inches Source: B&T

$35.00 – Women Filmmakers in Early Hollywood by Karen Ward Mahar (2008) Publisher: Johns Hopkins Univ Press – This book explores when, how, and why women were accepted as filmmakers in the 1910s and why, by the 1920s, those opportunities had disappeared. In looking at the early film industry as an industry—a place of work—Mahar not only unravels the mystery of the disappearing female filmmaker but untangles the complicated relationship among gender, work culture, and business within modern industrial organizations. In the early 1910s, the film industry followed a theatrical model, fostering an egalitarian work culture in which everyone—male and female—helped behind the scenes in a variety of jobs. In this culture women thrived in powerful, creative roles, especially as writers, directors, and producers. By the end of that decade, however, mushrooming star salaries and skyrocketing movie budgets prompted the creation of the studio system. As the movie industry remade itself in the image of a modern American business, the masculinization of filmmaking took root. Mahar's study integrates feminist methodologies of examining the gendering of work with thorough historical scholarship of American industry and business culture. Tracing the transformation of the film industry into a legitimate "big business" of the 1920s, and explaining the fate of the female filmmaker during the silent era, Mahar demonstrates how industrial growth and change can unexpectedly open—and close—opportunities for women. Description: 291 p. : 8.75 H x 0.75 D x 6.00 W inches 1.10 lbs.


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$12.98 – 25 Cowboy Classics: Nevada Slim: Singing Songs of the Wild West by Dallas Turner (2016) Tracks: 1: The Legend of Judge Roy Bean, 2: Little Joe the Wrangler, 3: Yonder Comes the Sheriff, 4: Santa Fe Trail, 5: The Big Corral, 6: Chapo My Pony, 7: Sam Hall, 8: Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie, 9: Riding Down the Trail, 10: Rovin' Gambler, 11: Z-Bar Dunn, 12: Get Along Little Doggies, 13: Bad , Brahma Bull, 14: Gamblin' Black Jack Davey, 15: Cowboy's Ace in the Hole, 16: Lone Driftin' Rider, 17: Yellow Rose of Texas, 18: Tying Knots in the Devils Tail, 19: Billy Venero. 20: Green Grow the Lilacs, 21: Utah Carl's Last Ride, 22: Jack of Diamonds, 23: Old Black Steer, 24: Story of Patonio, 25: Home on the Range - Label: Red Distribution

$10.98 – California Sunrise by Jon Pardi (2016) Tracks: Out Of Style, Cowboy Hat, Head Over Boots, Night Shift, Can't Turn You Down, Dirt On My Boots, She Ain't In It, All Time High, Heartache On The Dance Floor, Paycheck, Lucky Tonight, California Sunrise - Universal Music Group - Vinyl LP also available for $17.98

$12.98 – Sagebrush (2017) by Ned LeDoux - TRACK LISTING 1. Never Change 2. Cowboy Life 3. We Ain't Got It All 4. Some People Do 5. Brother Highway 6. Better Part Of Living 7. Forever A Cowboy 8. By My Side 9. Another Horse To Ride 10. Johnson County War 11. The Hawk 12. This Cowboy's Hat (Featuring Chase Rice) Label: Thirty-One Tigers / Red Distribution





$18.99 – Sagebrush Swing by Foy Willing & The Riders Of The Purple Sage (2004) Track Listings: 1. Introduction/Theme: There's A Rainbow Over The Range, 2. Among My Souvenirs, 3. Ragtime Cowboy Joe, 4. Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet, 5. Blue Shadows On The Trail, 6. Out On The Texas Plain, 7. Molly Darling, 8. Get Along Home, Cindy, 9. Tumblin' Tumbleweeds, 10. You Are My Sunshine, 11. Timber Trail, 12. Cowboys Heaven, 13. Gay Ranchero, 14. Carry Me Back To The Lone Prairie, 15. Little White House With You Inside, 16. Along The Navajo Trail, 17. Red Wing, 18. Red River Valley, 19. Anytime, 20. Cimarron (Roll On) – Supplier: Super D / Phantom Sound & Visi za

$11.95 – Songs Of The Wild West (50 Original Western Classics On 2 CDs) –Gene Pitney (The Man Who Shot) Liberty Valance, Johnny Cash - Don't Take Your Guns To Town, Marty Robbins - Big Iron, Eddy Arnold (Ghost) Riders In The Sky, Frankie Laine - The 3:10 To Yuma, Burl Ives – Delia, Slim Whitman - North Wind, Katie Lee – Gunslinger, The Kingston Trio - Jesse James, Don Gibson - The Streets Of Laredo, Patsy Cline - The Wayward Wind, Jimmy Driftwood – Mooshatanio, Hank Thompson - Rovin' Gambler - Rusty Draper - The Battle Of New Orleans, Tex Ritter - Billy The Kid, Johnny Horton - Mean, Mean Son Of A Gun, Marty Robbins - Five Brothers – Cowboy Copas - The Rebel-Johnny Yuma - Frankie Laine - Wanted Man, Tennessee Ernie Ford - Mule Train - Merle Travis - Nine Pound Hammer - Jimmy Driftwood - Shoot The Buffalo, Johnny Cash - Hank And Joe And Me, Tex Johnson - The Old Chisolm Trail, Gene Autry - Back In The Saddle Again, Johnny Cash – Bonanza!, Glen Campbell - Death Valley, Eddy Arnold - Tennessee Stud, Marty Robbins - Ballad Of The Alamo, Frankie Laine – Gunslinger, Tex Ritter - Sam Bass, Johnny Horton - North To Alaska, Patsy Cline - San Antonio Rose, The Kingston Trio - Tom Dooley, Johnny Western - Nineteen Men, The Rooftop Singers - Cool Water, Jimmy Driftwood - The Pony Express (I've Got To Carry The Mail) - Hank Thompson - Oklahoma Hills, Tex Johnson - Belle Starr, Johnny Cash - Lost On The Desert, Paul Evans - Samuel Hall, Porter Wagoner - The Battle Of Little Big Horn, Hank Williams – Kaw-Liga, Webb Pierce - Public Enemy Number One, Frankie Laine - Gunfight At The O.K. Corral, The Willis Brothers - Blood On The Saddle, Jimmy Driftwood - The Widders Of Bowling Green, Lefty Frizzell - The Long Black Veil, Marty Robbins - Ride, Cowboy Ride, Bill Hayes - Ballad Of Davy Crockett – Label: Not Now Music ‎

$16.59 – Stampede- 26 Classic RecordingsRoy Rogers (2009) Tracks: Tumbling Tumbleweeds, Way Out There; Ride, Ranger Ride; Hold That Critter Down; One More Ride; Headin' for Texas and Home; Listen to the Rhythm of the Range; Home in Oklahoma; Along the Navajo Trail; I'm Restless; My Heart Went That-A-Way; My Chickashay Gal; (There'll Never Be Another) Pecos Bill; Don't Fence Me In; Home on the Range, Yellow Rose of Texas, San Fernando Valley; Roll On, Texas Moon; Hawaiian Cowboy , Stampede – Source: Indie Europe / Zoom / ZA

$22.98 – Westward Ho! Song Wagon Of the West by Roy Rogers and Dale Evans with The Norman Luboff Choir, Mitch Miller and his Orchestra, and The Sons Of The Pioneers - Supplier: Jazzmine / Groove Dist. - Release Date:04/18/2017 - Track Listings: Disc: 1: 1. Song Wagon - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 2. I Ride An Old Paint - Roy Rogers, 3. Whoopee Ti Yi Yo - Roy Rogers, 4. Home on the Range - Dale Evans, 5. The Old Chisholm Trail - Roy Rogers, 6. Colorado Trail - Roy Rogers, 7. The Railroad Corral - Roy Rogers, 8. Tumbling Tumbleweeds - Dale Evans, 9. Cool Water - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 10. The Streets of Laredo (Cowboy's Lament) - Roy Rogers, 11. The Night Herding Song - Roy Rogers, 12. Red River Valley - Dale Evans, 13. Doney Gal - Roy Rogers, 14. Good-Bye, Old Paint - Roy Rogers, 15. Bury Me Out on the Lone Prairie (The Dying Cowboy) - Roy Rogers, 16. The Cowman's Prayer - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 17. The Lord Is Counting on You - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 18. River of No Return - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 19. Old Man River Roy - Roy Rogers, 20. The Bible Tells Me So - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 21. Cowboy's Never Cry - Roy Rogers, 22. Chuck Wagon Song - Roy Rogers, 23. The Circuit Ridin' Preacher - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 24. Do What the Good Book Says - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 25. The Bible Tells Me So - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 26. Don't Fence Me in - Roy Rogers, 27. Roll on Texas Moon - Roy Rogers, 28. Chickery Chick - Dale Evans, 29. Texas for Me - Dale Evans, 30. Along the Navajo Trail - Roy Rogers, 31. San Fernando Valley - Roy Rogers --- Disc: 2: 1. There'll Never Be Another Pecos Bill - Roy Rogers, 2. Saddle Serenade - Roy Rogers, 3. Suzy Snowflake - Dale Evans, 4. The Yellow Rose of Texas - Roy Rogers, 5. Happy Trails - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 6. Dusty - Roy Rogers, 7. My Heart Went That-A-Way - Roy Rogers, 8. Snow on the Mountain - Dale Evans, 9. Strawberry Tears - Dale Evans, 10. Home on the Range - Roy Rogers, 11. That Palomino Pal of Mine - Roy Rogers, 12. I'm Gonna Lock You Out of My Heart -Dale Evans, 13. Put All Your Kisses in An Envelope - Dale Evans, 14. A Little White Cross on the Hill - Roy Rogers, 15. You've Got a Rope Around My Heart - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 16. Hazy Mountains - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 17. The Lamp of Faith - Roy Rogers, 18. Good Luck, Good Health, God Bless You - Roy Rogers, 19. Daddy's Little Cowboy - Roy Rogers, 20. The Three Little Dwarfs (Hardrock-Coco-Joe) - Roy Rogers, 21. Smiles Are Made Out of the Sunshine - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 22. Blue Shadows on the Trail - Roy Rogers, 23. Church Music - Roy Rogers, 24. Stampede - Roy Rogers, 25. What a Friend We Have in Jesus - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 26. I Love to Tell the Story - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 27. Since Jesus Came Into My Heart - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 28. He Is So Precious to Me - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 29. Where He Leads Me - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans, 30. Love Lifted Me - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans

DVDs



$29.95 -- 1313: Billy the Kid (2012) Cast: Michael Hudson, Ryan McIntyre, Ryan Curry, Chelsea Rae Bernier, Jason Zahodnik, Kodi Baker, Brandon Thornton, Lance Leonhardt - Director: David DeCoteau - Suppliers: Video Music Inc., Phase 4 Films, Rapid Heart Pictures - eBay

$19.99 - 16 Stones (2014) Actors: Mason D. Davis, Aubrey Reynolds, Ben Isaacs, Jarrod Phillips, Channon Voyce - Director: Brian Brough - Studio: Candlelight Media

$16.99 – 17 Miracles (2011) Starring: Jasen Wade, Emily Wadley, Jason Celaya - T.C. Christensen (Director) - Studio: EXCEL Entertainment and Remember Films

$19.95 – 6 Bullets To Hell (2015) Actors: Tanner Beard, Crispian Belfrage, Russell Cummings, Ken Luckey, Antoino Mayans - Directors: Tanner Beard (co-director), Russell Quinn Cummings (co-director) Studio: Video Music, Inc.

$7.98 – Abilene Town (1946) Cast: Randolph Scott, Lloyd Bridges, Ann Dvorak, Edgar Buchanan, Rhonda Fleming, Helen Boyce, Howard Freeman, Richard Hale, Dick Curtis, Jack Lambert - Directed by Edwin L. Marin – Sources: ZAUM, B&T, Alpha – Charn Blu-ray Hi-Def DVD also available for $14.95

$10.99 – Ace Eli and Rodger of the Skies (1973) Director: John Erman (as Bill Sampson) – Stars: Cliff Robertson, Pamela Franklin, Eric Shea Story by Steven Spielberg – Source: ZEUS

$14.98 – All My Friends Are Cowboys (19.98) Director: Bob Williams – Stars: Wilford Brimley, Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Trace Adkins, Vince Gill, Martina McBride, Eric Church – Sources: Zeus / Rounder

$10.99 – Along The Barbary Coast (1961) Director: David Lowell Rich – Stars: Barbara Stanwyck, Jerome Thor, Richard Eastham – Source: ZEUS

$9.99 – Amateur Crook (1937) Director: Sam Katzman – Stars: Herman Brix a.k.a. Bruce Bennett, Joan Barclay, Monte Blue, Fuzzy Knight – Sources: Alpha Video, ZEUS, Gotham Distribution Corp

$19.99 – American Buffalo - Spirit of a Nation (1998) The story about the return of the American Buffalo to Yellowstone National Park and to the Native American tribes. Director: Judith Dwan Hallet - Sources: Southwest Indian Foundation or PBS

$17.99 – The Ballad of Cable Hogue (1970) Starring: David Warner, Jason Robards, Jr., Strother Martin, Stella Stevens, Slim Pickens – Director: Sam Peckinpah – Studio: Warner/Allied Vaughn – Blu-ray video disc $21.99

$19.98 – The Ballad Of Lefty Brown (2017) Starring: Bill Pullman, Brian Henningsen, Dillinger Steele, Emily Jones, Joe Anderson, Joseph Lee Anderson, Kathy Baker, Lexi Anastasia, Michael Spears, Peter Fonda - Director: Jared Moshe - Studio: Lions Gate Home Entertainment – Blu-ray $24.99

$14.98 – Bells of Coronado (1950) Director: William Witney – Stars: Roy Rogers, Trigger, Dale Evans, Pat Brady, Rex Lease, Foy Willing and The Riders of the Purple Sage - Publisher: Lions Gate – (Charm Blu-ray Hi-Def DVD also available - same price

$12.99 – Blindman (1972) Director: Ferdinando Baldi - Cast: Tony Anthony, Ringo Starr, Lloyd Battista, Magda Konopka, Raf Baldassarre, Marisa Solinas. - Suppliers: UMGD or Abkco Music & Records

$19.95 – A Bride Comes to Yellow Sky (2013) Director: Frank G. Amsden – Cast: Joe Michael Grosch, Creston McKim, Lynn Kaiser Grosch, Bob Marshal, John J. Welsh, Doug Seagraves, Matthew Smith, Richard Clark, Verlyn Gordon, Gary Lunbeck, Tracy Markle, Ray Marshman, Sherri McKenzie, Robert Nesbitt, Nikki Storm, Jose Velazquez, Vicky Holmes – Studio: Cabrillo Studios za (There is also a movie The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky (1952) Cast: Robert Preston, Marjorie Steele, Minor Watson, Dan Seymour, Olive Carey, James Agee - Director: Bretaigne Windust – Don’t confuse the 2013 movie with the 1952 movie with a similar name. We have not as yet found a source for a DVD of the 1952 movie. If anyone can help us find it please do.

$24.95 – Facing the Storm: Story of the American Bison (2010 High Plains Films) 78 minute documentary about bison. Supplier: Video Music, Inc.

$14,99 – A Fine Step (2014) includes DVD and Blu-Ray discs – Actors: Luke Perry, Anna Claire Sneed, Armand Assante, Justin Baldoni, Roy Cash, Leonor Varela, Cylk Cozart, Amy Lavere - Director: Jonathan Meyers - Source: Alchemy / Walmart

$19.95 – Four Faces West (1948) Directed by Alfred E. Green -- starring Joel McCrea, Frances Dee, Charles Bickford, William Conrad – Source: Kino Lorber - Blu-ray video disc $29.95

$24.99 – Gunfight at Yuma (2012) Directed by Alveraz Ricardez. With Christopher Mur, Joe Estevez, Kelli Ruttle, Kassianni Austin – Supplier: Indican Pictures B&T

$19.99 – The Hanging Tree (1959) Director: Delmer Davies - Actors: Gary Cooper, Maria Schell, Karl Malden, George C. Scott, Karl Swenson - Studio: Warner Archive \ OLD \ CC – Bluray same price

$19.95 – Hell on Frisco Bay (1955) Actors: Alan Ladd, Edward G. Robinson, Joanne Dru, William Demarest, Paul Stewart - Director: Frank Tuttle – Source: Warner Archive za – Blu-ray video disc $21.99

$14.95 – Here Comes Elmer (1943) Directed by Joseph Santley - Cast: Al Pearce, Dale Evans, Frank Albertson, Gloria Stuart, Wally Vernon and Nick Cockrane – Source: Charm Video

to be announced – Hostiles (2017) Hostiles DVD and Blu-ray release date is estimated for April 2018 – Actors: Christian Bale, Rosamund Pike, Wes Studi, Ben Foster, Jesse Plemons, Adam Beach – Director: Scott Cooper

$20.00 – Hurricane Smith a.k.a. Double Identity (1941) Director: Bernard Vorhaus - Stars: Ray Middleton, Jane Wyatt, Harry Davenport – Source: eBay

$14.99 – Hurricane Smith (1952) Starring James Craig, Yvonne De Carlo, John Ireland, Forrest Tucker, Lyle Bettger, Richard Arlen - Directed by Jerry Hopper – Sources: Zeus, iOffer, za

$17.99 – Hurricane Smith (1992) Actors: David Argue, Carl Weathers, Jurgen Prochnow, Louise Mc Donald - Director: Colin Budds - Studio: Warner Archive / Allied Vaughn

$19.95 – The Indian Runner (1971) Actors: David Morse, Viggo Mortensen, Valeria Golino, Patricia Arquette, Charles Bronson - Director: Sean Penn – Source: Kino Lorber Blu- Ray $29.95

$14.99 -- Judges (2005) Cast: DJ Perry, Paul Ricioppo, Terry Jernigan, Sean Michael Doherty, Trent Brock, Russ Stine, Patrick Walker - Director: Stephen Walker - Supplier: Anthem Pictures / eBay

$14.98 – The Kentuckian (1955) Director: Burt Lancaster - starring Burt Lancaster, Dianne Foster, Diana Lynn, Walter Matthau, John Carradine – Publisher: Mgm Entertainment = Kino Lorber Blu-ray video disc $29.98

$14,95 – The Kid From Kansas (1941) Starring Dick Foran, Leo Carrillo, Andy Devine, Ann Doran, Francis McDonald, Marcia Ralston - Directed by William Nigh – Charm Video

$14.93 – The Last Days Of Billy The Kid (2017) Directed By Christopher Forbes – Cast: Cody McCarver, William Adams, Jezibell Anat, Daniel Brahim, Jason Cash, Jerry Chesser – Supplier: UMVD

$14.93 – The Last Gunslinger (2017) Actors: Cody McCarver, Jerry Chesser, William Adams, Jezibell Anat - Director: Christopher Forbes - Supplier: UMVD / B&T





$14.96 – Last Rampage (2017) Director: Dwight H. Little – Starring: Robert Patrick, Heather Graham, Bruce Davison, Alex MacNicoll, Molly C. Quinn, Skyy Moore, Casey Thomas Brown, Chris Browning, Jason James Richter, William Shockley, John Heard, Tamara Clatterbuck, Cassandra Bautista, Deborah Carson, Megan Gallagher, Brigitte Hagerman, Ren Harris, Garrett Hines, Kevin Joy, Alex Lombard – Studio: Epic Pictures

$19.98 – Legend of the Lost (1957) Director: Henry Hathaway - Actors: John Wayne, Sophia Loren, Rossano Brazzi, Kurt Kasznar, Sonia Moser - Studio: Olive Films - Kino Lorber Blu-ray video disc is also available for $29.95


$17.99 – Lucky (2017) - Directed by John Carroll Lynch - Stars: Harry Dean Stanton - David Lynch, Ron Livingston, Ed Begley Jr., Tom Skerritt, and Beth Grant - Source: Magnolia Pictures

$29.99 – The Martyrs of the Alamo (Birth of Texas) (1915 silent) Starring Sam De Grasse, Allan Sears, Walter Long - Directed by Christy Cabanne, Produced by legendary director D.W. Griffith. DVD also includes the film "Davy Crockett at the Fall of the Alamo" (1926) starring Cullen Landis as Davy Crockett. Also starring Kathryn McGuire as the love interest, Joe Rickson as Colonel Travis, Robert Fleming as Jim Bowie and Fletcher Norton as the villianous Santa Anna. Directed by Robert N. Bradbury (whose son Bob Steele appears in a bit part). 35 minutes, silent with musical soundtrack, English title cards. Source: International Historic Films (IHFFilm.com)

$19.95 – The Mercenary - aka A Professional Gun Il mercenario (1968) Actors: Franco Nero, Tony Musante, Jack Palance, Giovanna Ralli, Eduardo Fajardo - Director: Sergio Corbucci – Blu-ray video disc $29.95 – Source: Kino Lorber

$29.00 – The Mystery of Chaco Canyon (2003) Eric Temple (Director), Robert Redford (Actor) – Source: Southwest Indian Foundation

$29.00 – Navajo Code Talkers: The Epic Story (1994) by Arthur Hubbard and Merril Sandoval – Source: Southwest Indian Foundation za

$14.99 – Out Of The Wild (2017) Starring: John Diehl, Jean Louisa Kelly, Dean Cameron, Haley Finnegan, Benjamin Ashbrook - Director: Paul Krizan – Studio: Crystal Edge - Supplier: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment / B&T

$19.91 – Painted Woman (2017) Starring: Matt Dallas, Kiowa Gordon - Directed by James Cotten - Studio: Echo Bridge

$5.99 – The President’s Lady (1953) Director: Henry Levin - Stars: Susan Hayward, Charlton Heston, John McIntire, Fay Bainter, Whitefield Connor, Carl Betz – Source: ZEUS

$29.95 – Que Viva Mexico! (1931) Directors: Grigoriy Aleksandrov, Sergei M. Eisenstein - Stars: Félix Balderas, Sara García, Martín Hernández, David Liceága, Julio Saldívar – Source: Kino Loeber

$21.95 – Renegades of the West (1932) Director: Casey Robinson – Actors: Tom Keene, Betty Furness, Roscoe Ates, Jim Mason, Max Wagner – Distributor: Warner / Allied Vaughn / B&T

$19.99 – Sacagawea: Heroine of the Lewis and Clark Journey (2004) Narrated By Heidi Miller and Larry Wayne - Director: Rolf Forsberg – Sources: Southwest Indian Foundation or Questar Video

$27.51 -- Scape (2010) Cast: Ludwig Manukian, Bree Condon, Ben Furmaniak, Adrian Colon, Christopher DeMaci -- Director: Taegen Carter - Suppliers: Millennium Media Services Inc. \ Amazon \ Anderson Merchandisers

$19.99 – The Sea Wolf (1941) Actors: Edward G. Robinson, Alexander Knox, Ida Lupino, John Garfield, Gene Lockhart - Director: Michael Curtiz - Studio: Warner/Allied Vaughn – Blu-ray video disc $21.99

$9.99 – Second Chance (1962) Stars: Earl Holliman, Andrew Prine, Cliff Robertson – Director: Ted Post – Source: ZEUS

$9.91 – Second Chances (2007) Actors: Tom Amandes, Kelsey Mulrooney, Stuart Whitman, Isabel Glasser, Charles Shaughnessy - Director: James Fargo – Source: Bridgestone / Amazon

$10.99 – Shadow Over Elveron (1968) Director: James Goldstone – Stars: James Franciscus, Shirley Knight, Leslie Nielsen – Source: ZEUS

$14.93 -- A Sierra Nevada Gunfight (2013) Cast: Kirk Harris, Ryan Ballance, Michael Madsen, John Savage, Yvonne Delarosa, Ruben Chato Hinojosa Jr., Larry Freeland, Curt Copher - Director: Vernon Mortensen - Supplier: Cinedigm \ B&T \ Namp Entertainment

$9.95 – Sign of the Beaver (2005) Actors: Keith Carradine, Annette O'Toole, Brendan Fletcher, Gordon Tootoosis, Maury Chaykin - Director: Sheldon Larry – Source: Questar

$17.98 – The Storm Rider (1957) Actors: Scott Brady, Mala Powers, Bill Williams, Rick Vallin, ane Chandler, Tom London, John Goddard - Directed by: Edward Bernds – Source: FUS

$14.99 – Storm Rider – Courage Weathers All Storms (2013) Actors: Kevin Sorbo, Kristy Swanson, C. Thomas Swanson - Director: Craig Clyde – Sources: Amazon, Walmart

$29.95 – Time to Die a.k.a. Tiempo de morir (1966) Director: Arturo Ripstein - Stars: Marga López, Jorge Martínez de Hoyos, Enrique Rocha – Supplier: Film Movement Llc – B&T – Blu-ray video disc $39.95

$16.99 – Unbranded (2015) Director: Phillip Baribeau - Stars: Ben Masters, Jonny Fitzsimons, Thomas Glover - Studio: Gravitas Ventures

$14.98 – The Way West (1967) Director: Andrew V. McLaglen – starring Kirk Douglas, Robert Mitchum, Richard Widmark, Lola Albright, Sally Field, Roy Barcroft, Harry Carey Jr., Eddie Little Sky - Publisher: Mgm Entertainment - Kino Blu-ray $29.95

$19.95 – Western World (2018) - Director: Lana Read – Cast: Christopher Rowley, Amanda Miller, Darrell P. Miller, Greg Steele, Jason Podplesky – Supplier: Video Music, Inc.

$24.98 -- We of the Never Never (1983) Cast: Angela Punch McGregor, Arthur Dignam, Tony Barry, Martin Vaughan, Lewis Fitz-Gerald, John Jarratt, Tommy Lewis, Mawuyul Yanthalawuy - Director: Igor Auzins - Suppliers: E-T Pictures, Llc / Tango Entertainment, za

$9.99 -- Where the Hell's That Gold? (1988) Cast: Willie Nelson, Delta Burke, Jack Elam, Alfonso Arau, Gregory Sierra, Michael Wren, Gerald McRaney, Jaime Lyn Bauer - Director: Burt Kennedy - Supplier: Direct Source Special Prod Inc. za

$29.95 – Who Is Dayani Cristal? (2013) Director: Marc Silver - Stars: Gael García Bernal, Charles Harding, Lorena Ivón Ton Quevedo – Source: Kino Lorber





TV SHOW DVDs



$24.98 – America: The Story of US (2010 History Docudrama miniseries) Surveys the history of the U.S., featuring key historical events presented through live-action re-enactments and computer-generated animation. Supplier: Lions Gate - 3 videodiscs (564 min.)

$10.99 – Annie Proulx: Way Out West (2003) This documentary follows Proulx as she writes That Old Ace in the Hole. Annie Proulx made her name with short stories and novels including The Shipping News, which won her the Pulitzer Prize and was made into a film. For her latest project she embarked on a journey across her native America in a bid to capture the reality of life "western "-style

$5.99 – Bigfoot And Wildboy (1977) Starring Joseph Butcher, Ray Young - It began in 1976 as a part of The Krofft Supershow on Saturday mornings. Each episode was 15 minutes long, with cliffhanger endings resolved the following week. It became its own series in 1979 with twelve 30-minute episodes. There were a total of 28 episodes produced. This collection contains 9 episodes. Source: zeus

$14.98 – Harts of the West: The Complete Series (1993) Cast: Beau Bridges, Lloyd Bridges, Harley Jane Kozak – Source: Digital 1 Stop / Mill Creek Entertainment Llc

$29.93 – Hey Dude: Complete Series starring David Brisbin – Publisher: Shout Factory/Vivendi Visual

$34.99 – Jericho - The Complete Series (2008) Skeet lrich, Lennie James, Gerald McRaney, Kenneth Mitchell, Pamela Reed, Ashley Scott – Supplier: Paramount Home Video

$22.97 – The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams: Complete Series – starring Dan Haggerty - Supplier: Shout Factory / Gaiam / B&T

$29.95 – The Son: Season One (2017) Cast: Pierce Brosnan, Jacob Lofland, Henry Garrett, Paola Nuñez. Source: Lions Gate cc





SERIAL DVDs

$19.95 – Adventures of Captain Marvel (1941, Republic) Actors: Tom Tyler, Frank Coghlan Jr., William 'Billy' Benedict, Louise Currie, Robert Strange - Directors: John English, William Witney – Publishers: Republic Pictures Video or Grapevine Video – Kino Lorber Blu-ray video disc $29.95

$19.95 – Daredevils of the Red Circle (1939; Republic), directed by William Witney and John English – Actors: Charles Quigley, Herman (Bruce Bennett) Brix, David Sharpe, Carole Landis, and Charles Middleton – Distributor: Kino Lorber – Blu-ray video disc $29.95

$19.95 – Panther Girl of the Kongo (1955, Republic) Directed by Franklin Adreon – Actors: Phyllis Coates, Myron Healey, Arthur Space, John Daheim, Mike Ragan, Morris Buchanan, Roy Glenn – Distributor: Kino Lorber Blu-ray $29.95

$29.95 – The Rex Bennett Collection (Republic, 30 Chapters) Actors: Rod Cameron, Duncan Renaldo, Joan Marsh, Lionel Royce, Nino Pipitone, Directors: Spencer Bennet, William Witney - Contains the complete restored editions of both Secret Service in Darkest Africa and G-Men vs. the Black Dragon featuring Rod Cameron (doubled by stunt man Tom Steele) as WWII US Agent Rex Bennett. Published by Serial Squadron



$21.95 – Zudora - Also known as The Twenty Million Dollar Mystery and The Demon Shadow in the USA : [Zudora in the Twenty Million Dollar Mystery] (1914-1915) American B&W : Serial - Directed by Howell Hansell – Cast: Marguerite Snow, James Cruze, Harry Benham --The DVD presents all 4 known surviving episodes of the serial, one re-created from the existing second reel, and a bonus chapter of the serial The Adventures of Marguerite (1915) featuring Marguerite Courtot, "The Veiled Priestess." – Published by Eric Steadman (The Serial Squadron)















BOOKS





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$35.00 – Becoming John Wayne - The Early Westerns of a Screen Icon, 1930–1939 by Larry Powell and Jonathan H. Amsbary (2018) Exploring the early westerns of John Wayne—from his first starring role in the The Big Trail (1930) to his breakthrough as the Ringo Kid in John Ford’s Stagecoach (1939)—the authors trace his transformation from Marion Mitchell Morrison, movie studio prop man, into John Wayne, a carefully crafted film persona of his own invention that made him world famous. Wayne’s years of training went well beyond honing his acting skill, as he developed the ability to do his own stunts, perfected his technique as a gun handler and became an expert horseman. About the Authors: Larry Powell is a professor of communication studies at the University of Alabama-Birmingham. He is the author or co-author of several books and articles. Jonathan H. Amsbary is a professor of communication studies at the University of Alabama-Birmingham. He is author of a number of books and articles on communication dynamics and is a lifelong fan of Western movies. Imprint: McFarland

$99.00 -- The Big V: A History of the Vitagraph Company - by Slide, Anthony - Publisher: Scarecrow Press (1987) Documents the work of America's first major film company, Vitagraph, from its beginnings in the 1890s through its sale to Warner Bros. In 1925. Description: 332 p., [16] p. of plates : 9.00 H x 1.00 D x 6.00 W inches 1.25 lbs.

$3.00 – The Black Hole by Walt Disney Productions is a 41 page hardcover children's storybook od the Disney hit movie of the same name' This book was published by Random Hoouse in 1991 and sold for $5.00 at the time.

$95.00 - Buck Jones - King of the Western Movie Aces - by Mario DeMarco – used copy of out-of-print book – Source: Amazon

$60.00 - Buster Crabbe - King of the Serial Aces and Western Action - by Mario DeMarco (used) Source: abe books

$35.00 -- The Burroughs Cyclopædia - Characters, Places, Fauna, Flora, Technologies, Languages, Ideas and Terminologies Found in the Works of Edgar Rice Burroughs by Clark A. Brady - appendices, bibliography, index, 408pp. softcover (6 x 9) 2005 [1996] McFarland - Edgar Rice Burroughs was not satisfied with creating characters and events within the world that we know; instead he created whole new worlds for histories, and he filled them with peoples, languages, cities, wars, plants, machines, and monsters that were believable to the reader, yet still alien and fantastic enough to thrill and delight. From A-Kor, the keeper of the Towers of Jetan in Manator, through Zytheb, one of the priests of Brulor in Ashair, this is a comprehensive reference to the fantastic worlds of Burroughs. Each entry provides a complete definition, along with a reference to the book in which the entry appeared. For terms, the language, either actual (e.g., Latin and French) or Burroughs-created (e.g., The Tongue of the Great Ape or Pal-ul-don), from which it was derived is given. About the Author: Reference librarian Clark A. Brady lives in LaPlace, Louisiana.

$50,00 (used) Byron Haskin: a Directors Guild of America Oral History – Interviewed Joe Adamson. Scarecrow Press, 1984. 314 pages;

$39.95 – Claire Trevor - The Life and Films of the Queen of Noir – by Derek Sculthorpe - Imprint: McFarland 2018 - Claire Trevor (1910–2000) is best remembered as the alluring blonde femme fatale in such iconic noir films as Murder, My Sweet (1944) and Raw Deal (1948). Yet she was a versatile performer who brought rare emotional depth to her craft. She was effective in a range of diverse roles, from an outcast prostitute in John Ford’s classic Stagecoach (1939) to the ambitious tennis mother in Hard, Fast and Beautiful (1951) to the embittered wife of a landowner in William Wellman’s overlooked gem My Man and I (1952). Nominated for four Oscars, she deservedly won Best Supporting Actesss for her portrayal of Gaye Dawn, a gangster’s broken-down moll in Key Largo (1948). The author covers her life and career in detail, recognizing her as one of the finest actresses of her generation.

$45.00 – Columbia Pictures Movie Series, 1926–1955 - The Harry Cohn Years by Gene Blottner (2012) Format: softcover (7 x 10), Pages: 363, Bibliographic Info: 49 photos, bibliography, index - There were 27 film series produced and released by Columbia Pictures from 1926 through 1955: Blondie, Boston Blackie, Bulldog Drummond, Captain Blood, Counterspy, Crime Doctor, The Durango Kid, Ellery Queen, The Five Little Peppers, Gasoline Alley, I Love a Mystery, Inspector Trent, Jess Arno, Jungle Jim, The Lone Wolf, The Medico, Mr. District Attorney, Nero Wolfe, Night Editor, Robin Hood, Rusty, Sally and Bill Reardon, Thatcher Colt, Tillie the Toiler, The Whistler, Wild Bill Hickok. And Wild Bill Saunders. This reference book covers the origins of the popular fictional characters featured, as well as their appearances in other media (comics, novels, radio and television). Also provided are thumbnail biographies of the actors who brought these characters to life. The films themselves are examined in detail, with release dates, cast and production credits, synopses, reviews, the author’s summation, the publicity “tag lines,” and the songs heard. Additionally, most of the outdoor locations used in filming such Columbia western series as Wild Bill Saunders and The Durango Kid are identified. About the Author: A retired pharmacist, Gene Blottner has written for such publications as Western Clippings and Under Western Skies. He is the author of several books with McFarland and lives in Norfolk, Virginia. Imprint: McFarland







$35.00 – Comedian of the Frontier - The Life of Actor/Manager Jack Langrishe, 1825–1895 - In his day, theater actor and manager Jack Langrishe (1825–1895) was about as well known in the West as General Grant was in the East. Langrishe provided entertainment to prospectors, miners and their families in Colorado, Montana, South Dakota and Idaho. He followed the expanding frontier from the old Northwest Territory to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, and enjoyed his share of luck—he was out of town during the 1871 Chicago Fire, and was traveling through Indian territory at the same time Custer’s command was being wiped out a day’s ride away. Best known as a gifted comic actor and producer of fine dramas, Langrishe also edited newspapers, was an Idaho state senator and served as a justice of the peace. Here for the first time is the complete story of the father of theater in the West. - About the Authors: Margaret McCutcheon Lauterbach has worked for or edited newspapers in Hollywood, Denver and East Lansing. She writes a weekly gardening column for The Idaho Statesman. She lives in Boise, Idaho. The director of nearly 100 plays, musicals and operas, Charles E. Lauterbach is a retired Boise State University professor of theatre arts and a founding member of the Colorado Shakespeare Festival and the Michigan State Performing Arts Company. He lives in Boise, Idaho. Pages: 268, 35 photos, Copyright Date: 2016 – Imprint: McFarland

$24.95 – The Fastest Gun in Hollywood: The Life Story of Peter Brown by Alexx Stuart with Peter Brown (2013) Peter Brown is best known as Deputy Johnny McKay on Lawman and Texas Ranger Chad Cooper on Laredo, but his show business career has spanned 5 decades from theatre to prime time television to movies to daytime soap operas. Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr., Dean Martin, Ann-Margret and Hugh Hefner are just a few of the many stars he has counted as friends. The book is much more than just Peter's show business days. Friends and family are his proudest accomplishment. He lovingly tells his story, first of growing up in a strong family setting, and then up through his days as a husband, father and grandfather. Peter Brown has lived an exciting life. The book is his chance to share it with his fans. 272 pages - Publisher: Wild Horse Press

$36.00 -- From the B's to TV by Pierce Lyden Covers a host of stories and actors who made it from b movies and serials into television. 104 pages – Published by Mario DeMarco – Source: abe books (used)

$39.95 – Gale Storm - A Biography and Career Record by David C Tucker - On December 31, 1939, nationwide radio audiences listened as 17-year-old Josephine Owaissa Cottle, a Texas schoolgirl, won Gateway to Hollywood’s new talent competition. Her prize was a movie contract at RKO and a memorable stage name—“Gale Storm.” One of the nation’s most beloved entertainers, she appeared in 35 films, starred in two hit television series (one was My Little Margie) and earned a gold record for “I Hear You Knockin’.” 
 Drawing on interviews with family, friends and colleagues, this biography provides previously unpublished details of her life and career. An annotated filmography encompasses Storm’s time at Monogram Pictures, her roles in westerns and her appearances in classics such as It Happened on Fifth Avenue. Her TV career is covered, including complete production histories and episode guides. Imprint: McFarland (2018)

$29.95 – Georgian Trick Riders in American Wild West Shows, 1890s–1920s – by Irakli Makharadze - In 1893, Georgian horsemen from the Caucasus immigrated to the United States where for more than 30 years they performed in circuses and Wild West shows under the billing of “Russian Cossacks.” The connection between Buffalo Bill Cody and the Georgian trick riders represents one of the earliest relationships between Georgia and the United States. Western historian Dee Brown wrote, “Trick riding came to rodeo by way of a troupe of Cossack daredevils imported by the 101 Ranch. Intrigued by the Cossacks’ stunts on their galloping horses, western cowboys soon introduced variations to American rodeo.” This is the story of the men who came in search of financial support for their families in Georgia and, without knowing it, influenced an essential fixture of American culture. Pages: 220, 91 photos, Copyright Date: 2015 - Imprint: McFarland

$47.50 – The Lone Ranger in Wild Horse Canyon by Francis Hamilton Striker - 212 pages Publisher: Amereon Ltd; (1984) Book was originally published in 1950. This is a reprint edition. #12 in Series: Riding through the stormy night to join his Indian friend Tonto, the Lone Ranger and his magnificent horse Silver are trapped between the wind-whipped waves of Wolf Creek and a stampeding herd of the wild horses for which the canyon is named. Source: Amazon or AbeBooks

$35.00 – Outlaw Heroes as Liminal Figures of Film and Television by Rebecca A. Umland (6 x 9), Pages: 296 - 10 photos, (2016) Imprint: McFarland – Unlike such romanticized renegades as Robin Hood and Jesse James, there is another kind of outlaw hero, one who lives between the law and his own personal code. In times of crisis, when the law proves inadequate, the liminal outlaw negotiates between the social imperatives of the community and his innate sense of right and wrong. While society requires his services, he necessarily remains apart from it in self-preservation. The modern outlaw hero of film and television is rooted in the knight errant, whose violent exploits are tempered by his solitude and devotion to a higher ideal. In Hollywood classics such as Casablanca (1942) and Shane (1953), and in early series like The Lone Ranger (1949–1957) and Have Gun—Will Travel (1957–1963), the outlaw hero reconciles for audiences the conflicting impulses of individual freedom versus serving a larger cause. Urban westerns like the Dirty Harry and Death Wish franchises, as well as iconic action figures like Rambo and Batman, testify to his enduring popularity. This book examines the liminal hero’s origins in medieval romance, his survival in the mythology of the Hollywood western and his incarnations in the urban western and modern action film. About the Author: Rebecca A. Umland is a professor of English at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. She has coauthored two books: The Use of Arthurian Legend in Hollywood Film and Donald Cammell: A Life on the Wild Side, and has published book chapters and articles on Arthurian legend, world cinema, and British literature.

$39.95 – Renegade Westerns: Movies That Shot Down Frontier Myths by Kevin Grant and Clark Hodgkiss (2018) Publisher: Fab Press – Supplier: Scb Distributors (B&T) 400 p.- Renegade Westerns shows the shadowy side of this picture, where heroes behaved like villains, where Indians were not always the savages we'd been led to expect. From injustice in The Ox-Bow Incident to racism in The Searchers, numerous films criticized the methods behind the myths and the personalities behind the legends. They questioned the simple belief that the destiny of the United States was to expand right across the continent, regardless of other peoples' claims to the land. More than 100 films are dissected and discussed. The book ranges over 70 years of movie-making, right up to the biggest westerns of recent times ― The Homesman and Slow West, and a double-barrelled blast of Tarantino: Django Unchained and The Hateful Eight. Foreword by western expert Edward Buscombe and first-hand accounts by Wild Bunch stars Bo Hopkins and LQ Jones,

$29.95 – The Westerners - Interviews with Actors, Directors, Writers and Producers by C. Courtney Joyner (2009) Format: softcover (6 x 9), Pages: 266, Bibliographic Info: 70 photos, Actors, writers, directors and producers who helped define the genre offer unique insight about western movies from the early talkies to the present. Interviewed here are Glenn Ford, Warren Oates, Virginia Mayo, Andrew V. McLaglen, Harry Carey, Jr., Julie Adams, A.C. Lyles, Burt Kennedy, Edward Faulkner, Aldo Sambrell, Jack Elam, Andrew J. Fenady, and Elmore Leonard. Movies they discuss include Red River, The Searchers, 3:10 to Yuma, High Noon, Bend of the River, Rio Bravo, The Wild Bunch, and The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, among many others. About the author: C. Courtney Joyner is a screenwriter with more than 20 produced films to his credit. He has contributed chapters to a number of books on film history and his articles have appeared in Wildest Westerns, Fangoria and Famous Monsters of Filmland. Imprint: McFarland







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