Cast: Julie Adams, Hank Worden, Rock Hudson, Lee Van Cleef
"The Lawless Breed" is a classic Western movie that tells the story of John Wesley Hardin, a real-life outlaw who terrorized the Wild West in the late 1800s. Directed by Raoul Walsh and starring Rock Hudson, the movie is a gripping and action-packed tale of gunslingers, betrayal, and redemption.
The story begins with a young John Wesley Hardin, played by Rock Hudson, being wronged by the law when he is falsely accused of a crime. This injustice sets him on a path of revenge and violence, as he becomes a notorious outlaw with a reputation for being one of the deadliest gunslingers in the West.
As Hardin evades the law and builds his reputation, he becomes embroiled in a web of violence and betrayal. He clashes with other outlaws, faces off against corrupt lawmen, and becomes a target for bounty hunters seeking to capture him dead or alive.
But amidst all the chaos and bloodshed, Hardin begins to question his violent ways when he meets a woman named Jane Brown, played by Julie Adams. Jane sees the good in Hardin and believes that he can change his ways, but Hardin knows that he is a wanted man and that his past will always haunt him.
The movie is a classic Western in every sense, with breathtaking landscapes, shootouts, and horseback chases. It's a testament to the genre's enduring appeal and its ability to transport audiences to a time and place that is both familiar and exotic.
But what sets "The Lawless Breed" apart from other Westerns is its focus on character and redemption. Despite being an outlaw and a killer, Hardin is a complex and sympathetic character who struggles with his conscience and his place in the world. His journey from villain to anti-hero is a compelling one, and it's a testament to the power of redemption and forgiveness.
In the end, "The Lawless Breed" is a thrilling and entertaining movie that explores some of the most enduring themes of the Western genre. It's a must-watch for fans of classic Hollywood and anyone who loves a good tale of outlaws, betrayal, and redemption."
Cast: Chuck Norris, Loretta Swit, Barbara Niven, Michael Beck
The plot follows John McKenna (played by Norris), a former logger who now lives in the forest and protects it from destruction by illegal loggers and other threats. When a group of corporate criminals try to clear the forest to make way for a toxic waste dump, McKenna must use his skills and knowledge of the wilderness to stop them and save the forest.
The film is notable for its environmental themes and positive portrayal of Native American culture, as well as its action sequences and humor. However, it received negative reviews from critics, who criticized its plot, acting, and special effects.
Despite its poor reception, "Forest Warrior" has gained a cult following and is regarded as a guilty pleasure by fans of Chuck Norris and action-comedy films.
Cast: Patrick Warburton, Jennifer Tilly, Steve Buscemi, Judi Dench
"Home on the Range" introduces us to Maggie, a sassy and determined cow who resides on the Patch of Heaven farm. Alongside her fellow barnyard companions, the optimistic and clumsy cow Grace, and the hypochondriacal and melodramatic horse Mrs. Calloway, they face an alarming threat: the farm is at risk of being sold due to financial troubles.
In a desperate bid to save their home, the trio sets off on an adventure to capture the notorious cattle rustler, Alameda Slim. They discover that Slim has been stealing the cows in the surrounding area, contributing to the decline of the local farms. If they can bring him to justice and collect the reward, they may just have a chance to save Patch of Heaven.
As Maggie, Grace, and Mrs. Calloway venture into the wide-open frontier, they encounter a host of colorful characters, including a love-struck horse named Buck, a trigger-happy bounty hunter named Rico, and a mischievous rabbit named Lucky Jack. Together, they navigate the challenges of the Wild West, relying on their unique strengths and newfound friendship to outwit Alameda Slim and his gang of cattle-stealing henchmen.
Throughout their perilous journey, the trio learns valuable lessons about teamwork, perseverance, and the importance of standing up for what they believe in. Along the way, they discover that home is not just a place, but a sense of belonging and the bonds of friendship that can overcome any obstacle.
"Home on the Range" enchants viewers with its vibrant animation, toe-tapping musical numbers, and a lighthearted story that captures the spirit of the Wild West. The film blends comedy, adventure, and heartfelt moments to deliver an entertaining and uplifting experience for audiences of all ages.
With its memorable characters and messages of friendship and courage, "Home on the Range" reminds us that sometimes the unlikeliest of heroes can make a difference. It celebrates the resilience of the human (and animal) spirit, and the power of unity in the face of adversity.
"Home on the Range" is a delightful animated film that will leave viewers singing along, laughing, and rooting for its lovable characters as they embark on a journey of self-discovery and save their beloved farm from peril.
They Call Me Trinity introduces us to Trinity, a skilled and lazy gunslinger known for his lightning-fast draw and sharp wit. Trinity wanders the American West, avoiding responsibility and enjoying a carefree existence. When his long-lost brother, Bambino, a bandit with a notorious reputation, resurfaces, Trinity finds himself caught up in a series of comedic and dangerous situations.
As Trinity and Bambino reluctantly team up, they become entangled in a conflict between a group of helpless settlers and a ruthless land baron who wants to drive them off their land. Trinity's unorthodox methods and Bambino's unpredictable behavior create a humorous and unpredictable dynamic as they outsmart their adversaries.
Amidst the wild shootouts, explosive confrontations, and slapstick humor, They Call Me Trinity offers a light-hearted exploration of loyalty, family, and the power of unlikely alliances. Trinity's cunning and unconventional approach to problem-solving make him a beloved and entertaining protagonist.
The film's picturesque landscapes, catchy soundtrack, and charismatic performances by Terence Hill as Trinity and Bud Spencer as Bambino add to its charm. They Call Me Trinity strikes a balance between action and comedy, appealing to fans of both genres with its entertaining blend of thrilling gunplay and comedic moments.
They Call Me Trinity became a standout film in the spaghetti Western genre, known for its blend of adventure and humor. It achieved great success and spawned several sequels, cementing Trinity as an iconic character in Western cinema.
Note: The plot summary provided captures the essence of They Call Me Trinity; however, the film offers a series of humorous and action-packed escapades that are best experienced by watching the movie in its entirety.
The film takes place in the American Old West and centers around the two brothers who are trying to go straight and live an honest life. However, their plans are derailed when they accidentally stumble upon a group of bandits who are planning a big robbery.
Trinity and Bambino decide to help the local villagers defend themselves against the bandits and their corrupt leader, a crooked sheriff. Along the way, they encounter a host of colorful characters, including a traveling circus and a group of Mexican revolutionaries.
The film is known for its lighthearted humor and slapstick comedy, as well as its memorable action sequences and charming performances by Hill and Spencer. It also features a catchy musical score by Franco Micalizzi, which has become a cult favorite among fans of Spaghetti Westerns.
Overall, "Trinity Is Still My Name" is a fun and entertaining movie that showcases the talents of its two leads and captures the spirit of the Spaghetti Western genre. It is a must-see for fans of Terence Hill, Bud Spencer, and classic Western comedies.
Cast: Robert Redford, Katharine Ross, John Vernon, Susan Clark
The film is based on the true story of Willie Boy, a Paiute Indian who was accused of murdering a man and became the subject of a massive manhunt in California in the early 1900s. Willie Boy (Robert Blake) flees into the desert with his lover, Lola (Katharine Ross), pursued by a posse led by Sheriff Cooper (Robert Redford).
As the manhunt intensifies, tensions between the Paiute and the white settlers boil over, and the conflict becomes a symbol of the larger struggle between Native Americans and white colonizers. The film explores themes of racism, injustice, and the clash of cultures, as well as the human cost of violence and the search for redemption.
"Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here" is a thought-provoking and emotionally charged film that tackles important issues with sensitivity and depth. Robert Blake delivers a powerful performance as Willie Boy, portraying the character's desperation, courage, and vulnerability with nuance and authenticity. Robert Redford is also excellent as the conflicted lawman caught between duty and his own conscience.
The film's cinematography captures the rugged beauty of the desert landscape and adds to the film's sense of isolation and danger. Overall, "Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here" is a powerful and haunting film that resonates long after the credits roll.
Cast: John Wayne, James Arness, Ward Bond, Geraldine Page
Army scout Hondo Lane (played by John Wayne) stumbles across an isolated homestead in the middle of Apache territory. The inhabitants - a woman and her son - believe they are safe, as there is a treaty with the Apaches. Lane knows better though, as the Army has just broken the treaty, causing the Apache to seek revenge on settlers. Despite being a scout for the US Army, Lane has sympathies for the Apaches, having been married to a native American woman and living with her people for five years. With divided loyalties he now has to tread a fine line.—grantss
Cast: Wes Bentley, Shirley Henderson, Milla Jovovich, Sarah Polley
A prospector sells his wife and daughter to another gold miner for the rights to a gold mine. Twenty years later, the prospector is a wealthy man who owns much of the old west town named Kingdom Come. But changes are brewing and his past is coming back to haunt him. A surveyor and his crew scout the town as a location for a new railroad line and a young woman suddenly appears in the town and is evidently the man's daughter.—John Sacksteder
Sixteen mustangs, four men, one dream: to ride border to border, Mexico to Canada, up the spine of the American West. The documentary tracks four fresh-out-of-college buddies as they take on wild mustangs to be their trusted mounts, and set out on the adventure of a lifetime. Their wildness of spirit, in both man and horse, is quickly dwarfed by the wilderness they must navigate: a 3000-mile gauntlet that is equally indescribable and unforgiving.
Cast: Steve McQueen, Suzanne Pleshette, Howard Da Silva, Loni Anderson
Nevada Smith is the young son of an American-Indian mother and white father. When his father and mother are killed by three men over gold, Nevada sets out to find them and kill them. The boy is taken in by a gun merchant. The gun merchant shows him how to shoot, to shoot on time, and to shoot straight. Everything that Nevada does goes to killing those three men. He learns to read and write just to learn their location. He pays people to tell him where they're at. He even goes to prison to kill one of them. While the movie is a Western and has plenty of action, it also takes a deep look into vengeance and how one can change after a haunting incident.—Chase Ard
Cast: Jane Fonda, Robert Redford, Patricia Blair, Wilford Brimley
Sonny Steele used to be a rodeo star, but his next appearance is to be on a Las Vegas stage, wearing a suit covered in lights, advertising a breakfast cereal. When he finds out that they are planning to drug the horse in case it is too frisky, he rides off into the desert on it.—Colin Tinto
Cast: Charles Bronson, Jill Ireland, Vincent Van Patten
Avoided by everyone for being half Native-American, the reclusive horse breeder, Chino Valdez, takes great pride in training his beautiful free-roaming mustangs. Then, unexpectedly, the young teenage runaway, Jamie Wagner, turns up at his door in search of food, shelter, and work, and just like that, an almost father/son relationship commences. However, the death of a young filly will be the harbinger of trouble, as the ruthless local cattle baron, Maral, is bent on eradicating the menace of the unpredictable man. Can Chino keep his horses, his land, and the woman he loves?
Cast: Samantha Smith, Jeremy Shada, Dale Midkiff, Braeden Lemasters
Missie, now a single mother after her husband Willie was killed during a poker scuffle, moves back east near her parents, Clark and Marty. She settles right into a new teaching job but has lost all faith in herself, until a chance encounter at church leads her to adopt homeless orphan Belinda Marshall and start to raise her along with Mattie. She also finds interest in Zack Tyler, the town's sheriff. Some subplots and incidents mirror Missie's tragic losses; through the experiences, will she find a way to bring hope and joy?
On the edge of Compton, California- a place notorious for gang violence-a hidden band of inner-city cowboys has persevered since the 1800's. FIRE ON THE HILL is the story of the Black Cowboys of Compton and South Central LA, and their fight to preserve their culture by resurrecting an inner city horse stable that was mysteriously burnt to the ground.