Hollywood Greats in the Early Westerns
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Check out your favorite classic movie stars in the dominant genre of the early days of Hollywood: the western. See John Wayne, Ronald Reagan, Jane Russell and more in 10 westerns. 12 hours. Copyright 2014.
The Painted Desert (1931)
Clark Gable’s talkie debut as the bad guy in a romance western about young lovers caught between feuding families. Also with William Boyd and Helen Twelvetrees.
Arizona Days (1937)
Early gun-fighting western with the original singing cowboy, Tex Ritter. Also features Eleanor Stewart, Syd Saylor, and Snub Pollard.
Boots & Saddles (1937)
Legendary Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette teach an English newcomer the
code of the West. Also stars Judith Allen.
Dawn on the Great Divide (1943)
Cowboys and Indians western about lawmen who expose villains trying to frame Indians for their crimes. Buck Jones’ last film.
The Outlaw (1941)
Famous western debut of Jane Russell with Jack Buetel as Billy the Kid and Walter Huston as Doc Holliday.
The Frontiersman (1938)
Hopalong Cassidy (William Boyd) and George
Gabby Hayes deal with unruly schoolchildren, a gang of rustlers, and a pretty schoolteacher.
Under California Stars (1948)
Classic western of the lone cowboy, Roy Rogers, against a gang of horse thieves who hold the famous Trigger for ransom.
Riders of Destiny (1933)
Action-western starring John Wayne as a Washington agent sent to get water rights for ranchers. Also starring Cecilia Parker, George
Gabby Hayes, and Forrest Taylor.
Santa Fe Trail (1940)
Action-western starring Errol Flynn and Ronald Reagan as West Point classmates and romantic rivals. Also starring Olivia de Havilland and Alan Hale.
Texas Wildcats (1939)
Good guys vs. bad guys western with Tim McCoy starring as the Phantom. Also with Joan Barclay and Ben Corbett.