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Don Winslow of the Navy

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Don Winslow of the Navy

Don Winslow of the Navy is a 1942 Universal Pictures Serial film based on the comic strip Don Winslow of the Navy by Commander Frank V. Martinek. It was theatrically released in January 1942. Plot Commander Don Winslow is returned to the Office of Naval Intelligence from his command of his cruiser to investigate strange events on the Pacific island of Tangita, noticeably a ship being torpedoed. He discovers that there is a ring of saboteurs and enemy agents who are trying to destroy ships carrying supplies to the troops stationed in the islands and sabotage the war effort. Though the US Navy is preparing to build a naval base on Tangita, an unknown foreign power secretly has a subterranean submarine base beneath the island with the goal of preventing the American base from being completed. He sets out with three assistants to find the mastermind behind the activities. Cast Don Terry as Cmdr. Don Winslow Walter Sande as Lt. Red Pennington Claire Dodd as Mercedes Colby Anne Nagel as Misty Gaye Jo

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Heathcliff: The Movie

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Heathcliff: The Movie

Heathcliff: The Movie is a 1986 animated anthology comedy film from DiC Audiovisuel, released by Atlantic Releasing under their Clubhouse Pictures label. Plot On a rainy day, Heathcliff (Mel Blanc) recalls his past exploits to his three nephews (and a mouse), through a compilation of episodes originally broadcast on the TV series.[4] Stories "Cat Food for Thought" - Heathcliff becomes a TV star after getting rid of his competition. "Heathcliff's Double" - There's a new cat in town called Henry who looks exactly like Heathcliff, and everybody mistakes him for Heathcliff. "The Siamese Twins" - There are two new cats in town that are ruining Heathcliff's reputation, making everyone think Heathcliff is the cause of their troubles. "An Officer and an Alley Cat" - To win a lifetime supply of free cat food, Heathcliff goes to obedience school to be worthy for the contest. "The Catfather" - In this parody of The Godfather, Heathcliff collects gifts for the Catfather, oblivious to the fact that the Catfather

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Joe Palooka in the Big Fight

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Joe Palooka in the Big Fight

Joe Palooka in the Big Fight is a 1949 comedy film directed by Cy Endfield,[1] based on the comic strip by Ham Fisher.[2] It is an entry in Monogram's low-budget, high-grossing Joe Palooka series.[3] Plot Joe is framed by gamblers who hope to fix the outcome of an upcoming boxing match. When Joe manages to clear his name, the gamblers frame the scrupulously honest boxer with murder. On the run from the law, Joe is forced to turn gumshoe and solve the murder himself—and he'd better hurry if he's going to get to the Big Fight on time.[3] Cast Knobby - Leon Errol Joe Palooka - Joe Kirkwood, Jr. Tom Conway - David Bruce Maxine Harlan - Lina Romay Louie - George O'Hanlon Anne Howe - Virginia Welles Grady - Greg McClure Dr. Benson - Taylor Holmes Mike - Ian Macdonald Talmadge - Lou Lubin Pee Wee - Bert Conway Lt. Muldoon - Lyle Talbot Fight Secretary - Benny Baker Canvas - Eddie Gribbon Scranton - Jack Roper Wardrobe Woman - Frances Osborne Commissioner L.R. Harris - Harry Hayden

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Joe Palooka, Champ

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Joe Palooka, Champ

Joe Palooka, Champ is a 1946 American film featuring the popular comic-strip boxer Joe Palooka. This film from Monogram Pictures is the beginning of a series with eleven sequels: Gentleman Joe Palooka (1946) Joe Palooka in the Knockout (1947) Joe Palooka in Fighting Mad (1948) Joe Palooka in Winner Take All (1948) Joe Palooka in the Big Fight (1949) Joe Palooka in the Counterpunch (1949) Joe Palooka Meets Humphrey (1950) Joe Palooka in Humphrey Takes a Chance (1950) Joe Palooka in the Squared Circle (1950) Joe Palooka in Triple Cross (1951) Cast Leon Errol as Knobby Walsh Joe Kirkwood, Jr. as Joe Palooka Elyse Knox as Anne Howe Eduardo Ciannelli as Florini Joe Sawyer as Lefty Elisha Cook, Jr. as Eugene Warren Hymer as Ira Eyler Robert Kent as Ronnie Brewster Sam McDaniel as Smoky Sarah Padden as Mom Palooka Joe Louis as Joe Louis Manuel Ortiz as Manuel Ortiz Michael Mark as Pop Palooka Dave Willock as Mr. Rodney Lou Nova as Al Costa Eddie Gribbon as Loui

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King of the Royal Mounted (serial)

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King of the Royal Mounted (serial)

King of the Royal Mounted (1940) is a Republic Pictures northern serial based on the King of the Royal Mounted Comic strip directed by William Witney and John English. Set and filmed during World War II, the story is about the Royal Canadian Mounted Police against Nazi spies after a new Canadian discovery, "Compound X". A feature version, called The Yukon Patrol was released in 1942. Plot Although the Royal Canadian Mounted Police are few in number, they successfully guard a vast dominion of the British Empire. From the United States border to the Arctic ice pack and from the Atlantic to the Pacific, the red coat of the Mountie is the symbol of law and order and a promise that justice will prevail. To these gallant men, "King of the Royal Mounted" is respectfully dedicated. — Opening caption In World War II, the Nazis require a special mineral, Compound X, discovered in Canada. Although intended to cure paralysis, the Nazis have discovered that it can be used in magnetic mines to destroy the British

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Marshal of Reno

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Marshal of Reno

Marshal of Reno is a 1944 American film directed by Wallace Grissell starring Wild Bill Elliott in the role of Red Ryder.[1] It was the second of twenty-three Red Ryder feature films that would be produced by Republic Pictures.[2] The picture was shot on the studio’s back lot along with outdoor locations at Iverson Ranch, 1 Iverson Lane, Chatsworth, Los Angeles, CA, USA.[3] Plot An avalanche of crime prevents the Judge of Blue Springs (Tom Chatterton) from making this western town the new county seat. Behind the anarchy lie a number of devious citizens of a nearby town seeking to make certain that it is their town that is chosen. This town’s news editor, John Palmer (Herbert Rawlinson), head up the gang of lawless troublemakers that plot to defeat Blue Springs chances of success. Two Eastern youths, Danny Boyd and Lee Graham (Jay Kirby and Blake Edwards) ride into the situation and are mistaken for road agents. The outlaws frame the violence on Boyd whose friend, Lee, is unjustly murdered. Red Ryder and Lit

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The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green

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The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green

The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green is a syndicated comic strip drawn by Eric Orner. Appearing in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender publications, the strip's title character is Ethan Green, a young gay man trying to balance his professional career as a personal assistant with his search for love. It was started in 1989[1] and ran for 15 years.[2] In 2015, several years after retiring the strip, Orner published the compilation book The Completely Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green.[3] Film adaptation In 2005, George Bamber directed a film based on the comic strip, starring Daniel Letterle as Ethan Green, Meredith Baxter as his mother, Diego Serrano as his boyfriend Kyle, Shanola Hampton as his roommate Charlotte and Joel Brooks and Richard Riehle as the Hat Sisters, an older gay couple in Ethan's circle of friends who are known for wearing outrageous hats. Roy Firestone wrote music for the film, including the title song "Don't Walk Away" (credits shared with Kazakh-American opera singer

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Palooka (film)

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Palooka (film)

Palooka is a 1934 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Benjamin Stoloff starring Jimmy Durante and based on the comic strip by Ham Fisher. The film was adapted by Jack Jevne, Arthur Kober, Gertrude Purcell, Murray Roth and Ben Ryan from the comic strip. The film is also known as The Great Schnozzle in the United Kingdom. Plot summary Joe Palooka (Stuart Erwin) is a naive young man whose father Pete (Robert Armstrong) was a champion boxer, but his lifestyle caused Joe's mother Mayme (Marjorie Rambeau) to leave him and to take young Joe to the country to raise him. But when a shady boxing manager (Jimmy Durante) discovers Joe's natural boxing talent, Joe decides to follow him to the big city, where he becomes a champion and begins to follow his father's path of debauchery, much of it including the glamorous cabaret singer and fortune hunter Nina Madero (Lupe Vélez). The film also stars William Cagney, the younger brother of actor James Cagney in the role of the adversary prize fighter to Knobby. Finally

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Prince Valiant (1954 film)

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Prince Valiant (1954 film)

Prince Valiant is a 1954 adventure film in Technicolor and Cinemascope from 20th Century Fox, produced by Robert L. Jacks, directed by Henry Hathaway, that stars James Mason, Janet Leigh, Robert Wagner, Debra Paget, and Sterling Hayden. The film is based on the King Features syndicated newspaper comic strip of the same name by Hal Foster. Plot Usurper Sligon (Primo Carnera), a worshipper of the old Norse god pantheon, along with other rebel Vikings, have forced into exile the Christian royal family of the Viking kingdom of Scandia: King Aguar (Donald Crisp), his wife, and their son Prince Valiant (Robert Wagner). Aguar and his family come under the protection of King Arthur (Brian Aherne). When Valiant has grown to a man, he is sent to Camelot to undergo training as a knight under the tutelage of Aguar's family friend, the noble knight of the Round Table, Sir Gawain (Sterling Hayden). During his wanderings, Valiant witnesses a clandestine meeting between a group of Sligon's Vikings and a black-clad knight.

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Prince Valiant (1997 film)

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Prince Valiant (1997 film)

Prince Valiant is a 1997 Irish-British independent sword and sorcery film directed by Anthony Hickox, written by Michael Frost Beckner, and starring Stephen Moyer, Katherine Heigl, Thomas Kretschmann, Joanna Lumley, Ron Perlman, and Edward Fox. It is a loose adaptation of the long-running Prince Valiant comic strip of Hal Foster, some panels of which were used in the movie. In it, Valiant must battle the Vikings and a scheming sorceress to save the kingdom. Plot The story is based on the myth of King Arthur. A young, inexperienced squire Valiant, masquerading as Sir Gawain, is sent to accompany the Welsh princess Lady Ilene, a guest at Camelot, on her way back home. Little does he know that meanwhile, Arthur's wicked sister Morgan has retrieved a spellbook from Merlin's tomb and convinced the Viking warlord Sligon, ruler of the kingdom of Thule, to steal the magical sword Excalibur during a joust tournament. Valiant and the princess become part of the struggle of "he who holds the sword rules the world" wh

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Sheriff of Las Vegas

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Sheriff of Las Vegas

Sheriff of Las Vegas is a 1944 American film directed by Lesley Selander and starring Wild Bill Elliott in the role of Red Ryder Costarring as Little Beaver, was actor (Bobby) Robert Blake.[1][2] It was the sixth of twenty-three Red Ryder feature films that would be produced by Republic Pictures.[3] Plot The Duchess Alice Fleming, living in Las Vegas, Nevada promises to help the local schoolteacher Ann Carter (Peggy Stewart) with her “wild” boyfriend, Tom Blackwell (Jay Kirby). Red Ryder is asked to lend a hand by the Duchess but when he does, he discovers Tom drunk in the saloon owned by Dan Sedley (William Haade). Red is interrupted however, by an attempted bank robbery. He foils the heist and retrieves the money, which he returns to Arthur Stanton (Selmer Jackson), the bank president. What Red doesn’t know is that Stanton has embezzled over $40,000 from his bank and afterwards, had his bank robbed to cover the crime. In the meantime, Tom Blackwell’s father, Judge Homer Blackwell (John Hamilton) says tha

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Skippy (film)

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Skippy (film)

Skippy is a 1931 American Pre-Code comedy film. The screenplay by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Don Marquis, Norman Z. McLeod, and Sam Mintz was based on the comic strip Skippy by Percy Crosby. The film stars Jackie Cooper, Robert Coogan, Mitzi Green and Jackie Searl. Director Norman Taurog won the Academy Award for Best Director (at age 32, he remained the youngest winner in this category until Damien Chazelle won for La La Land in 2016/17). The film also did well enough to inspire a sequel called Sooky (1931). The film was released on April 5, 1931, by Paramount Pictures.[1][2] For his performance, Cooper, at the age of nine, also became the youngest person to earn an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role. The film was also nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.[3] Plot Jackie Cooper and Robert Coogan in Skippy Skippy (Jackie Cooper) is the feisty son of the strict Dr. Herbert Skinner (Willard Robertson) and his wife Ellen (Enid Bennett). Skinner forbids his son Skippy to play

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Sooky

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Sooky

Sooky is a 1931 American Pre-Code adventure film directed by Norman Taurog and written by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Norman Z. McLeod and Sam Mintz. It is a sequel to the 1931 film Skippy. The film stars Jackie Cooper, Robert Coogan, Jackie Searl, Willard Robertson, Enid Bennett and Helen Jerome Eddy. It was released on December 26, 1931, by Paramount Pictures.[2][3][4] Plot Cast Jackie Cooper as Skippy Skinner Robert Coogan as Sooky Wayne Jackie Searl as Sidney Saunders Willard Robertson as Dr. Skinner Enid Bennett as Mrs. Skinner Helen Jerome Eddy as Mrs. Wayne Guy Oliver as Mr. Moggs Harry Beresford as Mr. Willoughby Gertrude Sutton as Hilda Oscar Apfel as Krausmyer Tom Wilson as Officer Duncan References Michael A. Hoey, Elvis' Favorite Director: The Amazing 52-Film Career of Norman Taurog, Bear Manor Media 2013 Hall, Mordaunt (1931-12-21). "Movie Review - - THE SCREEN; Skippy and His Little Chum, Sooky, Are Infused With Martial Spirit in Their New Adventure. A Murder Mystery.

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Cheyenne Wildcat

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Cheyenne Wildcat

Cheyenne Wildcat directed by Lesley Selander is a 1944 American Western; one of the twenty-three Republic Pictures Red Ryder features.[1] The film, starring veteran western actor, Wild Bill Elliott as Red Ryder, was based on the comic strip "Red Ryder" created by Fred Harman (1938–1964), and licensed through a special arrangement with Stephen Slesinger. Costarring as Little Beaver, was actor Robert Blake.[2] Plot The president of Blue Springs Bank, Jason Hopkins (Tom Chatterton), seeks to entrap his cashier, Harrison Colby (Tom London), whom he suspects is exchanging the bank’s gold certificates with fake ones. Colby is caught and confesses but also incriminates his partner, Dandy Joe Meeker (Roy Barcroft). The worried Colby consults Meeker, who engages a gunslinger (Kenne Duncan) to kill Hopkins and then to pin the murder on Jim Douglas (Francis McDonald). Douglas, soon to be paroled from prison, had formally been arrested and convicted for a similar crime that he hadn’t committed. Hopkins meets Douglas in

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Terry and the Pirates (serial)

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Terry and the Pirates (serial)

Terry and the Pirates (1940) was the 10th film serial released by Columbia. It was based on the comic strip Terry and the Pirates created by Milton Caniff. In his biography, Meanwhile..., Caniff stated that he hated the serial for changing so much of his comic strip, and that "I saw the first chapter and walked out screaming". Plot Young explorer Terry Lee and his grown-up sidekick, Pat Ryan, arrive in the Asian jungles in search of Terry's father, Dr. Herbert Lee. The elder Lee is an archaeologist, and the leader of a scientific expedition seeking evidence of a lost civilization. Soon, Terry discovers that his father has been kidnapped by an armed pirate gang known as the Tiger Men. The gang is led by the evil Master Fang, a local warlord who controls half of the natives and holds the white settlers in fear. Fang is seeking the riches hidden beneath the Sacred Temple of Mara. Terry meets the Dragon Lady, who is determined that her kingdom shall not be invaded. Attacked by Fang, his henchman Stanton, and th

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The San Antonio Kid

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The San Antonio Kid

The San Antonio Kid is a 1944 American Western film directed by Howard Bretherton starring Wild Bill Elliott in the role of Red Ryder.[1] It was the fourth of twenty-three Red Ryder feature films that would be produced by Republic Pictures and the first shot without George "Gabby" Hayes who had starred with Elliott since he relocated to Republic Pictures.[2] The picture was shot on the studio’s back lot along with outdoor locations at Iverson Ranch, 1 Iverson Lane, Chatsworth, Los Angeles, CA, USA.[3] Plot A geologist, Walter Garfield (LeRoy Mason, discovers oil on land owned by Ben Taylor (Jack Kirk). Believing that the deposits extend to the surrounding ranches as well, Garfield wires his company that oil may be present and then teams up with Red Ryder’s arch enemy, Ace Hanlon (Glenn Strange) . Hanlon, the local saloon owner and his gang instigate a wave of terror against the ranchers hoping to drive the ranchers away, buy their land cheaply and make a fortune selling it to Metropolitan Oil Company for wh

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Tucson Raiders

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Tucson Raiders

Tucson Raiders is a 1944 American film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and starring Wild Bill Elliott in the role of Red Ryder.[1] It was the first of twenty-three Red Ryder feature films that would be produced by Republic Pictures.[2] The picture was shot on the studio’s back lot along with outdoor locations at Iverson Ranch, 1 Iverson Lane, Chatsworth, Los Angeles, CA, USA.[3] Plot Tucson Raiders is set in 1895’s Painted Valley, Colorado. Wild Bill Elliott, makes his first appearance as Red Ryder and Robert Blake’s first as Little Beaver, Red discovers that he has been framed for murder. His little Indian pal, Little Beaver, manages to foil the corrupt Sheriff Kirk’s (Ed Cassidy) plan to kill Red as he escapes from jail. Hannah Rogers (Ruth Lee) in the pay of Governor York (Stanley Andrews), a dishonest politician, tries to trick Red in escaping jail. However, her scheme fails and Red Ryder shoots his way out. He manages to intercept a payroll robbery but finds that Little Beaver has been captured by th

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Vigilantes of Dodge City

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Vigilantes of Dodge City

Vigilantes of Dodge City is a 1944 American film directed by Howard Bretherton and starring Wild Bill Elliott in the role of Red Ryder and costarring as Little Beaver, actor (Bobby) Robert Blake.[1][2] It was the fifth of twenty-three Red Ryder feature films that would be produced by Republic Pictures.[3] The picture was shot on the studio’s back lot along with outdoor locations at Iverson Ranch, 1 Iverson Lane, Chatsworth, Los Angeles, CA, USA.[4] Plot Luther Jennings (LeRoy Mason) seeks to take over the Ryder freight lines run by Red Ryder’s Aunt, the Duchess (Alice Fleming). His gang robs their stages and rustles the horses that Red Ryder (Wild Bill Elliott) is delivering to the Army in order to put them out of business. Jennings tries to buy the Ryder Stage Lines but the Duchess refuses to sell because of Jennings' low offer. When the Army Captain arrives, he arrests Ryder for rustling, believing that Ryder has stolen his own horses to defraud the Army. However, when they are stopped on the way to the f

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Weird Science (film)

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Weird Science (film)

Weird Science is a 1985 American teen comic science fiction film written and directed by John Hughes and starring Anthony Michael Hall, Ilan Mitchell-Smith, and Kelly LeBrock. The title is taken from a pre-Comics Code Authority 1950s EC Comics magazine of the same name, to which rights were acquired by the film's producer Joel Silver.[1] The title song was written and performed by American new wave band Oingo Boingo. Plot Nerdy social outcasts Gary Wallace and Wyatt Donnelly are humiliated by Ian and Max for swooning over their girlfriends Deb and Hilly. Dejected and disappointed at their direction in life and wanting more, Gary convinces the uptight Wyatt that they need a boost of popularity in order to get their crushes away from Ian and Max. Alone for the weekend with Wyatt's parents gone, Gary is inspired by the 1931 classic Frankenstein to create a virtual woman using Wyatt's computer, infusing her with everything they can conceive to make the perfect dream woman. After hooking electrodes to a doll and

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King of the Congo

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King of the Congo

King of the Congo is a 1952 American black-and-white 15 chapter movie serial, the 48th released by Columbia Pictures. It was produced by Sam Katzman, directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and Wallace Grissell, and stars Buster Crabbe. The serial also co-stars Gloria Dea, Leonard Penn, Jack Ingram, Rick Vallin, Nick Stuart, William Fawcett, and Rusty Wescoatt. King of the Congo was based on the comic book character "Thun'da", created by Frank Frazetta, and published by Magazine Enterprises. A complicated serial that has more twists and turns than a maze, King of the Congo centers around a U.S. Air Force captain and his quest to find missing microfilm containing information vital to the United States government. His journey takes him across the Atlantic all the way to a jungle in Africa. Plot Captain Roger Drum (Buster Crabbe} shoots down an enemy plane carrying microfilm while on its way to deliver it to Africa. Intent on revealing the subversive group for whom the microfilm's message is intended, Drum assumes

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Joe Palooka in Fighting Mad

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Joe Palooka in Fighting Mad

Joe Palooka in Fighting Mad is a 1947 American film directed by Reginald Le Borg. It was part of the Joe Palooka series. Plot Blinded during a fight, Joe Palooka is advised to take at least a year off from boxing. His manager Knobby Walsh finds another fighter, but when gangsters cause him trouble, Joe volunteers to climb back into the ring, against his doctor's advice. Cast Joe Kirkwood Jr. as Joe Palooka Leon Errol as Knobby Elyse Knox as Anne Patricia Dane as Iris March John Hubbard as Charles Kennedy Wally Vernon as Archie Stone Horace McMahon as Truck Driver Eddie Gribbon as Scranton Sarah Padden as Mom Palooka Herb Vigran as Reporter Dewey Robinson as Fighter Emil Sitka as Photographer Cy Kendall as Commissioner R.E. Carfter Frank Mayo as Detective (uncredited) External links Joe Palooka in Fighting Mad at TCM Joe Palooka in Fighting Mad on IMDb

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Joe Palooka in Humphrey Takes a Chance

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Joe Palooka in Humphrey Takes a Chance

Joe Palooka in Humphrey Takes a Chance is a 1950 American film directed by Jean Yarbrough. It was part of the Joe Palooka series. Plot Knobby Walsh manages the champ, but unless he agrees to promoter Gordon Rogers' demand for 30 percent of the profits, Rogers intends to see to it that Joe Palooka can't get another fight. An irate Knobby claims he can get the popular Joe a fight anywhere in the world, even in Wokkington Falls, where the sweet oaf Humphrey Pennyworth still lives. Joe and wife Anne are glad to go visit their old friend Humphrey, but complications occur when Rogers bribes the mayor and sheriff to frame Knobby and Humphrey on false charges. Joe eventually is able to clear both and save the day. Cast Leon Errol as Knobby Joe Kirkwood, Jr. as Joe Palooka Lois Collier as Anne Robert Coogan as Humphrey Tom Neal as Rogers Andrew Tombes as Grogan External links Joe Palooka in Humphrey Takes a Chance at TCMDB Joe Palooka in Humphrey Takes a Chance on IMDb

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Joe Palooka in the Counterpunch

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Joe Palooka in the Counterpunch

Joe Palooka in the Counterpunch is a 1949 American film directed by Reginald Le Borg. It was one in the series of Joe Palooka films for Monogram starring Leon Errol. It was co-written by Cy Endfield. Cast Leon Errol as Knobby Walsh Joe Kirkwood, Jr. as Joe Palooka Elyse Knox as Anne Howe Marcel Journet as Anton Kindel Sheila Ryan as Myra Madison Frank Sully as Looie Ian Wolfe as Prof. Lilliquist Walter Sande as Austin Douglass Dumbrille as Capt. Lance Douglas Fowley as Thurston Eddie Gribbon as Canvasback Ralph Graves as Dr. Colman= Roland Dupree as Bellboy Gertrude Messinger as Nurse Pedro de Cordoba as Museum Caretaker External links Joe Palooka in the Counterpunch at IMDb Joe Palooka in the Counterpunch at TCMDB

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Joe Palooka in the Knockout

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Joe Palooka in the Knockout

Joe Palooka in the Knockout is a 1947 American film. It was part of the Joe Palooka series from Monogram Pictures starring Joe Kirkwood, Jr. as the boxer and Leon Errol as his manager. This film co-also featured Trudy Marshall and was directed by Reginald Le Borg. Plot A distraught Joe Palooka doesn't want to fight any more after believing he killed an opponent in the ring. Joe doesn't know that gamblers John Mitchell and Howard Abbott conspired to drug the victim by blackmailing his manager, Max Steele, who unwittingly caused the boxer's death. Joe's manager Knobby Walsh and a pal, Sam "Glass Jaw" Wheeler, fail to console Joe, but the dead boxer's fiancee, singer Nina Carroll, explains to Joe how he wasn't responsible. Joe proceeds to help police investigate the crime. It turns out Sam is actually an undercover cop. A furious Max ends up killing Mitchell out of revenge. Nightclub owner Abbott, after hiring Nina to sing, plots to have Joe killed in his upcoming bout by once again using a poisoned mouthgua

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Joe Palooka in the Squared Circle

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Joe Palooka in the Squared Circle

Joe Palooka in the Squared Circle is a 1950 American film in the Joe Palooka series.[1] References https://www.nytimes.com/movies/movie/97229/Joe-Palooka-in-the-Squared-Circle/overview External links Joe Palooka in the Squared Circle on IMDb

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Joe Palooka in Triple Cross

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Joe Palooka in Triple Cross

Joe Palooka in Triple Cross is a 1951 American film. It was part of the Joe Palooka series and was directed by Reginald Le Borg. Plot After the champ, Joe Palooka, his wife Anne and trainer Knobby stop for gas, they pick up three hitchhikers who turn out to be fugitives from the law. Their leader is the Professor and his top henchman is Dutch, who is disguised as a woman. While holding Ann hostage, the Professor orders Joe to lose his next fight on purpose while Knobby places a $100,000 bet on his foe. Dutch, carrying a gun, sits ringside, again dressed as a woman, to make sure Joe does what he's told. Knocked out of the ring, Joe lands at Dutch's feet and exposes his true identity. While cops and security deal with that, Joe jumps back into the ring and flattens his opponent. He is winner and still champion. Cast Joe Kirkwood, Jr. as Joe Palooka Cathy Downs as Anne James Gleason as Knobby John Emery as the Professor Steve Brodie as Dutch External links Joe Palooka in Triple Cross on IMDb

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Joe Palooka in Winner Take All

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Joe Palooka in Winner Take All

Joe Palooka in Winner Take All is a 1947 American film in the Joe Palooka series. It was directed by Reginald Le Borg. Cast Joe Kirkwood, Jr. as Joe Palooka Elyse Knox as Anne Howe William Frawley as Knobby Walsh Stanley Clements as Tommy John Shelton as Greg Tanner Mary Beth Hughes as Millie Sheldon Leonard as Hermon Frank Jenks as Louie Lyle Talbot as Henderson Eddie Gribbon as Canvasback Wally Vernon as Taxi Driver Chester Clute as Doniger Douglas Fowley as Reporter Stanley Prager as Reporter Tom Kennedy as Lefty Gertrude Astor as Mrs. Howard External links Joe Palooka in Winner Take All at TCMDB Joe Palooka in Winner Take All at IMDb

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Joe Palooka Meets Humphrey

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Joe Palooka Meets Humphrey

Joe Palooka Meets Humphrey is a 1950 film in the Joe Palooka series. It was directed by Jean Yarbrough. Plot When their car veers off the road en route to their honeymoon, Joe Palooka and new wife Anne are rescued by a sweet lummox, Humphrey Pennyworth, who has amazing strength. Knobby Walsh turns up, concerned about newspaper reports that Joe intends to retire from boxing. He spends the night, causing a rift between Joe and an annoyed Anne in the process. A charity fight is arranged in which Joe will raise funds for a boys' club. When his scheduled opponent, Johnson, makes an insulting remark, Humphrey flattens him. Johnson's shifty manager Belden now wants Humphrey to fight Joe instead, but all the sweet Humphrey wants to do is eat. Belden tells lies about Joe, persuading a gullible Humphrey to step into the ring. Belden's thugs knock out Knobby, who has been running a scheme of his own, pretending to be Lord Cecil, a British boxing manager. Joe's punches barely affect Humphrey, but having been kept fr

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The Diary of a Teenage Girl

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The Diary of a Teenage Girl

The Diary of a Teenage Girl is a 2015 American comedy-drama film written and directed by Marielle Heller, based on the hybrid novel of the same name by Phoebe Gloeckner. It stars Bel Powley as a 15-year-old girl who becomes sexually active by starting a relationship with her mother's boyfriend. It also stars Kristen Wiig, Alexander Skarsgård, Christopher Meloni, Quinn Nagle, and Austin Lyon. It premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival and had a limited release on August 7, 2015 by Sony Pictures Classics.[2] Plot In 1976 San Francisco, 15-year-old aspiring cartoonist Minnie begins keeping an audio diary. She is stirred by her awakening sexuality and wants to lose her virginity. She fears she may be unattractive. When Minnie's bohemian mother Charlotte is too busy to go out with her boyfriend Monroe, she suggests he take Minnie out instead. At a bar, Minnie and Monroe flirt and she tells him she wants to sleep with him. They begin meeting at his apartment and having sex. She shares the details of her sex

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Gentleman Joe Palooka

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Gentleman Joe Palooka

Gentleman Joe Palooka is a 1946 film directed by Cy Endfield. It was the second of the long-running Joe Palooka series. Plot The prizefighter Joe Palooka's popularity soars after his manager, Knobby Walsh, explains to reporters how "clean living" is responsible for Joe's success. The public is pleased with a hero who believes in drinking milk. Joe's rich and unscrupulous Uncle Charlie sees a way to capitalize on Joe's good fortune. He schemes to make a land purchase, trading on Joe's good name, then blackmails Joe and Knobby once they figure out how they're being used. Joe's sweetheart Anne Howe tries to intervene as a legislative investigation of the land swindle begins, and Joe outfoxes thugs employed by Charlie to get to the hearings just in time and clear his name. Cast Leon Errol as Knobby Joe Kirkwood, Jr. as Joe Palooka Elyse Knox as Anne Lionel Stander as Harry Guy Kibbee as Charlie Sarah Padden as Mom Palooka External links Gentleman Joe Palooka at IMDb Gentleman Joe Palooka

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Stitched

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Stitched

Look up stitch in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Stitch, Stitches or Stitched may refer to: Medical uses Stitch, a surgical suture, a medical device used to hold body tissues together after an injury or surgery Cervical cerclage, also known as a cervical stitch Husband stitch, a purported historical surgical procedure Seton stitch, a procedure used to aid the healing of fistulae Side stitch, an intense stabbing pain during exercise Stitch method, a minimally invasive procedure for pinning protruding ears Textile arts Stitch (textile arts), a single loop of thread or yarn List of knitting stitches List of sewing stitches People Stitches (rapper), Phillip Nickolas Katsabanis (born 1995), American rapper Jacob Duran, known as Stitch, a boxing cutman Arts, entertainment, and media Fictional characters Stitch (comics), a fictional mutant in the Marvel Comics Universe Stitch (Disney), from the Lilo & Stitch American Disney media franchise Stitch, a boy in the Horrible

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The Peanuts Movie

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The Peanuts Movie

The Peanuts Movie (known in some countries as Snoopy and Charlie Brown: A Peanuts Movie[7]) is a 2015 American computer-animated comedy film based on Charles M. Schulz's comic strip Peanuts, produced by Blue Sky Studios and distributed by 20th Century Fox. It is the fifth full-length Peanuts film, and the first in 35 years.[1] The film is directed by Steve Martino from a screenplay by Craig and Bryan Schulz (Schulz's son and grandson, respectively), and Cornelius Uliano, and stars the voices of Noah Schnapp as Charlie Brown and, via archival recordings, Bill Melendez as Snoopy and Woodstock. The film sees Charlie Brown trying to improve his odds with the Little Red-Haired Girl, while Snoopy writes a book about the World War I Flying Ace as he imagines himself as a legend trying to save his love interest and fellow pilot Fifi from the Red Baron and his army. Development of the film began in 2006, six years after the death of Charles Schulz and the final release of the last Peanuts comic strip. Craig Schulz, t

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle

Kingsman: The Golden Circle is a 2017 action spy comedy film produced and directed by Matthew Vaughn and written by Vaughn and Jane Goldman. It is a sequel to Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014) which is based on the comic book series Kingsman, created by Dave Gibbons and Mark Millar. The film features Colin Firth, Taron Egerton, Mark Strong, Edward Holcroft, Hanna Alström, and Sophie Cookson reprising their roles from the first film with Julianne Moore, Halle Berry, Pedro Pascal, Elton John, Channing Tatum, and Jeff Bridges joining the cast. The film follows members of Kingsman needing to team up with their American counterpart, Statesman, after the world is held hostage by Poppy Adams and her drug cartel, "The Golden Circle". Kingsman: The Golden Circle premiered in London on 18 September 2017 and was theatrically released in the United Kingdom on 20 September 2017 in 3D and 2D and in the United States on 22 September 2017 in IMAX. It grossed $410 million worldwide against a budget of $104 million and rece

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Officer Downe (film)

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Officer Downe (film)

Officer Downe is a 2016 film directed by Shawn Crahan and produced by Mark Neveldine. Plot A deceased police officer is resurrected from the dead to continue his war on crime.[3] Cast Kim Coates as Officer Downe Tyler Ross as Officer Gable Lauren Vélez as Chief Berringer Sam Witwer Lindsay Pulsipher Reno Wilson Mark Neveldine Adi Shankar Tracy Vilar Shad Gaspard Corey Taylor as Headcase Harry Bruno Gunn Meadow Williams Alison Lohman as Sister Blister Production The film was first announced on July 15, 2013.[4] Kim Coates was confirmed to play the lead role on February 20, 2015.[5] The rest of the cast was confirmed on April 1, 2015.[6] Filming began in March 2015. Joe Casey, who created the comic series on which the film is based, wrote the film's screenplay.[7] The first images from the film were revealed on May 15, 2015.[8] More images from the film were released on May 13, 2016. Producer Mark Neveldine confirmed that the film would be rated R by the MPAA.[9] It had its world pr

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Dark Dungeons (film)

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Dark Dungeons (film)

Dark Dungeons is a 2014 American short film that was directed by L. Gabriel Gonda, written by JR Ralls, and based on the Chick tract of the same name.[1] The film had its world premiere at GenCon on August 14, 2014 and was also released on VOD through the film's official website.[2][3] Synopsis The film opens with a group of sinister robed figures discussing how they are encouraging darkness to overtake the world through such factors as tarot cards, homosexuality, and role-playing games. One member states that all they need are a few more people to be converted in order for an entity known as the Dark One to take over the world. The film then cuts to Debbie and her childhood friend Marcie, who are discussing all of the fun they will have at their new school. They attend a freshman orientation class where they meet Mike, who encourages them to join an organization. On their way out they come across the RPG (role-playing game) club. Mike warns them against joining the group, as he sees them and RPGs in genera

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Betty Boop and the Little King

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Betty Boop and the Little King

Nose art on B-25J Mitchell 44-86872, c/n 108-47626. On display in the WW2 Hangar at Warner Robins Museum of Aviation. Georgia, USA. 18-4-2013 Betty Boop and the Little King is a 1936 Fleischer Studio animated short film, starring Betty Boop and featuring Otto Soglow's Little King. Plot A special opera performance is held for the Little King and his queen, but the diminutive monarch is soon bored by the music. He sneaks out in search of some new entertainment, and spots a sign for Betty Boop at the local vaudeville theatre. After some difficulties getting a pretzel from a vendor, the curtain comes up on Betty's Wild West show. Betty performs several tricks with her horse, entrancing the monarch. He joins Betty on stage for a song and dance number, just in time to be caught by the angry queen. The monarchs leave in the royal carriage, with Betty (hiding on the fender) holding the Little King's hand. Production notes The Little King had appeared in several cartoons produced by Van Beuren Studios (1933–34).

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Betty Boop with Henry, the Funniest Living American

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Betty Boop with Henry, the Funniest Living American

Betty Boop with Henry, the Funniest Living American is a 1935 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring Carl Anderson's Henry.[1] The short was also released as Betty Boop with Henry.[2] Plot Betty runs the local pet store. Silent Henry wants to buy a puppy, but only has two cents. Soft-hearted Betty offers to let Henry work off the difference at her store. She soon regrets this decision after Henry causes a ruckus trying to manage the pets. In the end, Henry recaptures some escaped birds (by letting them eat seeds off his head), and Betty rewards him with the puppy he wanted. Notes and comments The Henry comic strip debuted in 1932, and still runs in some papers.[3] This short was Henry's sole animated appearance. Betty sings "Everybody Ought to Have a Pet." See also Betty Boop and the Little King References Henry, The Funniest Living American at IMDb. Henry, The Funniest Living American at the Big Cartoon Database. Henry at Don Markstein's Toonopedia. Archive

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Wilson (2017 film)

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Wilson (2017 film)

Wilson is a 2017 American comedy-drama film directed by Craig Johnson and written by Daniel Clowes, based on Clowes' graphic novel Wilson. The film stars Woody Harrelson, Laura Dern, Isabella Amara, Judy Greer, and Cheryl Hines. The film had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on January 22, 2017, and was theatrically released by Fox Searchlight Pictures on March 24, 2017. Premise A lonely, neurotic and uncomfortably honest middle-aged man (Woody Harrelson) reunites with his estranged wife (Laura Dern) and meets his teenage daughter (Isabella Amara) for the first time. Cast Woody Harrelson as Wilson, Pippi’s estranged husband and Claire’s father Laura Dern as Lynn (Pippi), Wilson’s estranged wife, Claire’s mother and Polly’s sister Isabella Amara as Claire, the 17 year-old daughter of Wilson and Lynn (Pippi) and Polly’s niece Judy Greer as Shelly Cheryl Hines as Polly, Lynn's sister and Claire’s aunt Margo Martindale as Alta David Warshofsky as Orson Brett Gelman as Robert

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My Friend Dahmer (film)

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My Friend Dahmer (film)

My Friend Dahmer is a 2017 American biographical drama film written and directed by Marc Meyers about the American serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer. It is based on the 2012 graphic novel of the same name by cartoonist John "Derf" Backderf, who had been friends with Dahmer in high school in the 1970s, until the time Dahmer began his killing spree. The film stars Ross Lynch as Dahmer, and also stars Alex Wolff, Dallas Roberts, and Anne Heche. The film premiered at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival and was released in the United States on November 3, 2017.[2] Plot In 1974, Jeffrey Dahmer is a high school freshman living in Bath, Ohio, with his parents, Lionel and Joyce, and his little brother, Dave. Jeffrey develops an obsession with a male jogger whom he sees every day from his school bus. For a hobby, Jeffrey collects dead animals that he dissolves to the bones using chemicals provided by his father, who is a chemist. This hobby is initiated by his obsessive interest in how animals are "fitted together".[3] In 19

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Stitched (film)

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Stitched (film)

Stitched is a 2011 American horror short film written and directed by Garth Ennis.[1][2] It was created in attempt to draw interest in a feature,[3] and to promote Ennis's own comic book series of the same name, the first issue of which was published by Avatar Press two months after the film's July premiere at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con International.[4] Plot In Eastern Afghanistan, three NATO operatives (one of whom, Lieutenant Pruitt, is injured) trek through the desert in search of aid, the only survivors of Black Hawk Idaho Six, which had crashed while on a mission to extract the British unit Bravo One-Five. During their journey, the trio encounter a bloodied and hysterical Taliban fighter who Cooper shoots, discovering afterward that the man's firearm was damaged and empty. The soldiers later stumble onto five more Taliban fighters, all dead, and with their heavily mutilated remains showing signs of dismemberment and organ removal. A rattling noise then permeates the area, prompting a hidden quartet

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A Boy Named Charlie Brown

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A Boy Named Charlie Brown

A Boy Named Charlie Brown is a 1969 American animated comedy-drama film, produced by Cinema Center Films, distributed by National General Pictures, and directed by Bill Melendez. It is the first feature film based on the Peanuts comic strip. It is also the final time that Peter Robbins voices the character of Charlie Brown (Robbins had voiced the role for all the Peanuts television specials up to that point, starting with the debut of the specials, A Boy Named Charlie Brown, in 1963), and it uses mostly the same voice cast from the 1969 TV special, It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown, except for replacing the voice actors of Sally and Schroeder. The film received generally positive reviews from critics and audiences, and was a box office success, grossing $12 million. Snoopy, Come Home came three years later, in 1972, as a standalone sequel. Plot When Charlie Brown's baseball team loses the first Little League game of the season, he becomes convinced that he will never win anything. Linus encourages him t

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California Gold Rush (film)

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California Gold Rush (film)

California Gold Rush is a 1946 American Western film in the Red Ryder film series directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Robert Creighton Wiliams. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, Robert Blake, Alice Fleming, Peggy Stewart, Russell Simpson and Dick Curtis. The film was released February 4, 1946, by Republic Pictures.[1][2][3] Cast Wild Bill Elliott as Red Ryder Robert Blake as Little Beaver Alice Fleming as Duchess Wentworth Peggy Stewart as Hazel Parker Russell Simpson as Colonel Parker Dick Curtis as Chopin Joel Friedkin as Murphy Kenne Duncan as Henchman Felton Tom London as Sheriff Peabody Monte Hale as Pete Wen Wright as The Idaho Kid Dickie Dillon as Broken Arrow Mary Arden as Stage Passenger Jack Kirk as Stage Passenger References "California Gold Rush (1946) - Overview". TCM.com. 1996-02-06. Retrieved 2015-11-16. "California-Gold-Rush - Trailer - Cast - Showtimes". NYTimes.com. Retrieved 2015-11-16. "California Gold Rush". Afi.com. 1946-02-05. Retrieved 20

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Colorado Pioneers

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Colorado Pioneers

Colorado Pioneers is a 1945 American Western film in the Red Ryder film series directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Earle Snell. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, Robert Blake, Alice Fleming, Roy Barcroft, Bud Geary and Billy Cummings. The film was released on November 14, 1945, by Republic Pictures.[1][2][3] Plot Cast Wild Bill Elliott as Red Ryder Robert Blake as Little Beaver Alice Fleming as The Duchess Roy Barcroft as Bull Reagan Bud Geary as Henchman Bill Slade Billy Cummings as Joe Freddie Chapman as Skinny Frank Jaquet as Dave Wyatt Tom London as Sand Snipe Monte Hale as Cowhand That Quits Billie Thomas as Smokey George Chesebro as Hank Disher Emmett Vogan as Judge Tom Chatterton as Father Marion References "Colorado Pioneers (1945) - Overview". TCM.com. 1995-08-22. Retrieved 2015-11-16. "Colorado-Pioneers - Trailer - Cast - Showtimes". NYTimes.com. Retrieved 2015-11-16. "Colorado Pioneers". Afi.com. Retrieved 2015-11-16. External links Colorado P

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Conquest of Cheyenne

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Conquest of Cheyenne

Conquest of Cheyenne is a 1946 American Western film in the Red Ryder film series directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Earle Snell. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, Robert Blake, Alice Fleming, Peggy Stewart, Jay Kirby and Milton Kibbee. The film was released on July 29, 1946, by Republic Pictures.[1][2][3] Plot Red Ryder helps to bring in an oil well on a ranch owned by Jackson after Tom Dean found oil ok the ranch. However, Tuttle sets the well on fire in an effort to get the ranch foreclosed.[4] Cast Wild Bill Elliott as Red Ryder Robert Blake as Little Beaver Alice Fleming as Duchess Peggy Stewart as Cheyenne Jackson Jay Kirby as Tom Dean Milton Kibbee as Banker Tuttle Tom London as Sheriff Dan Perkins Emmett Lynn as Daffy Kenne Duncan as Geologist McBride George Sherwood as Murdo Frank McCarroll as Henchman Long Jack Kirk as Deputy Blake Tom Chatterton as Rancher Jones References "Conquest of Cheyenne (1946) - Overview". TCM.com. Retrieved 2015-11-18. "Conque

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Great Stagecoach Robbery

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Great Stagecoach Robbery

Great Stagecoach Robbery is a 1945 American film directed by Howard Bretherton starring Wild Bill Elliott in the role of Red Ryder and costarring as Little Beaver, actor (Bobby) Robert Blake.[1][2] It was the sixth of twenty-three Red Ryder feature films that would be produced by Republic Pictures.[3] The picture was shot on the studio's back lot along with outdoor locations at Iverson Ranch, 1 Iverson Lane, Chatsworth, Los Angeles, CA, USA.[4] Plot In the 1890s town of Blue Springs, Jed Quinlan (Don Costello), the schoolteacher, breaks up a fight between tomboy Boots Hollister (Sylvia Arslan) and Little Beaver (Robert Blake), the Indian ward of Red Ryder's. Each child has taunted the other with names like “wildcat” and “Indian.” Quinlan “disciplines” both children and later when the children return to the schoolhouse accompanied by Boots’ older brother Billy (John James) and Little Beaver's Red Ryder’s (Wild Bill Elliott) aunt, The Duchess (Alice Fleming). Elsewhere, Quinlan meets with Con Hollister's (Fra

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Homesteaders of Paradise Valley

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Homesteaders of Paradise Valley

Homesteaders of Paradise Valley is a 1947 American Western film in the Red Ryder film series directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Earle Snell. The film stars Allan Lane, Robert Blake, Martha Wentworth, Ann E. Todd, Gene Roth and John James. The film was released on April 1, 1947, by Republic Pictures.[1][2][3] Plot Cast Allan Lane as Red Ryder Robert Blake as Little Beaver Martha Wentworth as The Duchess Ann E. Todd as Melinda Hill Gene Roth as Bill Hume John James as Steve Hill Mauritz Hugo as Rufe Hume Emmett Vogan as Mr. Langley Milton Kibbee as Editor A. C. Blaine Tom London as Rancher Edythe Elliott as Mrs. Hume George Chesebro as Henchman E. J. White Ed Cassidy as Sheriff of Center City References "Homesteaders of Paradise Valley (1947) - Overview". TCM.com. Retrieved 2015-11-19. "Homesteaders-of-Paradise-Valley - Trailer - Cast - Showtimes". NYTimes.com. Retrieved 2015-11-19. "Homesteaders of Paradise Valley". Afi.com. Retrieved 2015-11-19. External li

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Lone Texas Ranger

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Lone Texas Ranger

Lone Texas Ranger is a 1945 American Western film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet starring Wild Bill Elliott in the role of Red Ryder and costarring as Little Beaver, actor (Bobby) Robert Blake.[1][2] It was the eighth of twenty-three Red Ryder feature films that would be produced by Republic Pictures.[3] The picture was shot on the studio’s back lot along with outdoor locations at Iverson Ranch, 1 Iverson Lane, Chatsworth, Los Angeles, CA, USA.[4] Plot In the 1890s town of Silver City, "Iron Mike" Haines (Tom Chatterton), is a crooked sheriff who is celebrated for his character and ability to capture bad guys. The townspeople are completely unaware that he is corrupt and that the town blacksmith "Hands" Weber (Roy Barcroft), are partners in crime and are the ones instrumental in the robbing of stages and silver mines, and for framing innocent members of the population for their own misdeeds. As a result of their activities, the local Carter silver mines are near bankruptcy. Bill Bradley (Jack Kirk), rid

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Marshal of Cripple Creek

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Marshal of Cripple Creek

Marshal of Cripple Creek is a 1947 American Western film in the Red Ryder film series directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Earle Snell. The film stars Allan Lane, Robert Blake, Martha Wentworth, Trevor Bardette, Tom London and Roy Barcroft. The film was released on August 15, 1947, by Republic Pictures.[1][2][3] Plot Cast Allan Lane as Red Ryder Robert Blake as Little Beaver Martha Wentworth as Duchess Wentworth Trevor Bardette as Tom Lambert Tom London as Baker Roy Barcroft as Henchman Sweeney Gene Roth as Long John Case William Self as Dick Lambert Helen Wallace as Mae Lambert References "Marshal of Cripple Creek (1947) - Overview". TCM.com. Retrieved 2015-11-20. "The-Marshal-of-Cripple-Creek - Trailer - Cast - Showtimes". NYTimes.com. Retrieved 2015-11-20. "Marshal of Cripple Creek". Afi.com. Retrieved 2015-11-20. External links Marshal of Cripple Creek on IMDb

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Marshal of Laredo

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Marshal of Laredo

Marshal of Laredo is a 1945 American film directed by R.G. Springsteen in his first feature film starring Wild Bill Elliott in the role of Red Ryder and costarring as Little Beaver, actor (Bobby) Robert Blake.[1][2] It was the eleventh of twenty-three Red Ryder feature films that would be produced by Republic Pictures.[3] The picture was shot on the studio’s back lot along with outdoor locations at Iverson Ranch in Chatsworth, Los Angeles, CA, US.[4] Plot Oh his first day as Marshal of Larado, Red Ryder (Wild Bill Elliott) and his Indian ward, Little Beaver (Robert Blake) are summoned to duty when the town’s bank courier Barton (Tom London) is robbed. However Barton is able to fire his weapon and the fleeing robber whom he recognizes as Ferguson (Bud Geary) who tosses the money he’s stolen into a water trough where it is latter collected by his crime partner, Pretty Boy Murphy (Don Costello). Red captures Ferguson, however Murphy delivers the stolen cash to the head of the gang, saloon owner, Denver Jack (R

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Oregon Trail Scouts

Oregon Trail Scouts is a 1947 American Western film in the Red Ryder film series directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by Earle Snell. The film stars Allan Lane, Robert Blake, Martha Wentworth, Roy Barcroft, Emmett Lynn and Edmund Cobb. The film was released on May 5, 1947, by Republic Pictures.[1][2][3] Plot Cast Allan Lane as Red Ryder Robert Blake as Little Beaver Martha Wentworth as The Duchess Roy Barcroft as Bill Hunter Emmett Lynn as Bear Trap Edmund Cobb as Henchman Jack Earle Hodgins as The Judge Ed Cassidy as Mr. Bliss Frank Lackteen as Chief Running Fox Billy Cummings as Barking Squirrel Jack Kirk as Stagecoach Driver References "Oregon Trail Scouts (1947) - Overview". TCM.com. Retrieved 2015-11-19. "Oregon-Trail-Scouts - Trailer - Cast - Showtimes". NYTimes.com. Retrieved 2015-11-19. "Oregon Trail Scouts". Afi.com. Retrieved 2015-11-19. External links Oregon Trail Scouts on IMDb

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