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Wichita movie trailer - starring Lloyd Bridges, Joel McCrea, Wallace Ford, Edgar Buchanan, Peter Graves, Vera Miles. Directed by Jacques Tourneur. Genre: Western
Rating: Not Rated
A mayoral candidate is booted out of town after he is gulled into a gunfight and kills his rival. This western chronicles his adventures as an outlaw.
An all-star cast headed by Joel McCrea ("The Virginian," "Foreign Correspondent") is featured in this classic Western about Wyatt Earp, who concedes to the pleas of the town leaders and accepts the dangerous job as law enforcement officer in the wild settlement of Wichita in 1874. Always a popular story, particularly with the recent theatrical pictures, "Tombstone" and "Wyatt Earp."
Legionnaires at a Saharan outpost become captivated by an Arabian princess who rides and fights with her brother in battle. Her heart softens for one of her prisoners, possibly costing her life.
In this classic Western about Wyatt Earp, Joel McCrea accepts the dangerous job as law enforcement officer in the wild settlement of Wichita in 1874.
When a poker game ends in a gunfight, card cheat Carey Ross (Keith Larsen) and his brother, Dick (James Craig), escape into Canada, one step ahead of the law. Wandering into Saskatchewan, they join the newly formed North West Mounted Police, their knowledge of the Sioux proving invaluable when Sitting Bull attempts to incite the chief of the Blackfoots into joining his war against the white settlers. So when Carey murders a trapper and the chief's son is to hang in his place, Dick must bring in his brother if he's to stop the Blackfoots from joining the Sioux in a full-scale Indian uprising. Costarring Academy Award winner Rita Moreno as the half-native daughter of an Irish trader, Fort Vengeance was directed by Lesley Selander, one of the most prolific makers of Western films in history. Starting his directorial career in 1936, he helmed 127 features – 107 of them shoot-'em-ups – before his retirement in 1968.
Her innocent good looks are just a cover for Last Comic Standing winner Iliza Shlesinger's acerbic, stream-of-conscious comedy that she unleashes on an unsuspecting audience in her hometown of Dallas in her stand-up special "War Paint."
A Mountie (James Craig) must stop an Indian chief's son from being hanged for a murder committed by the constable's brother (Keith Larsen) in this action-packed frontier adventure.
Attacked by a bear while scouting the Dacotah territory, Ojibway warrior Hiawatha (Ben Casey's Vince Edwards) is nursed back to health by Minnehaha (Yvette Duguay), the daughter of the tribe's arrow maker. Falling in love, the two marry and return to the Ojibway village, where hotheaded brave Pau-Puk-Keewis (Keith Larsen) incites a war between the two nations. Learning his mother died because of the chief of the Dacotahs, Hiawatha is forced to choose between his tribe and his squaw's in this action-packed frontier adventure. Directed by Kurt Neumann (Kronos, The Fly), Hiawatha was produced by Walter Mirisch, Allied Artists' head of production. Cofounding The Mirisch Company in 1957 – producers of Some Like It Hot , The Great Escape and dozens more – he continued to make films under his own name as well, including Man of the West, Hawaii and In the Heat of the Night, the 1967 Oscar® winner for Best Picture.
Indian brave Vincent Edwards tries to stop a hotheaded warrior from inciting a war with another tribe in this action-packed adaptation of Longfellow's epic poem.
Sergeant McCall poses as a fashion model to expose a burglary ring preying on wealthy businessmen.
Hunter tracks down a cop killer.
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Hunter and McCall track a pair of killers through a Los Angeles suburb where a crime wave and backlash vigilantism threaten to tear the community apart.
While investigating the apparent suicide of Hunter's friend from the Vietnam War, Hunter and McCall uncover a 20-year-old betrayal that is still killing people today.
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When McCall is raped by a South American diplomat who's immune from prosecution, Hunter turns renegade and follows the man to his homeland.
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Sir Martin Stanley has a vendetta with Major Rogers after his wife flirts with the Ranger commander.
Rogers gets word on an upcoming attack from an unlikely source---a bounty hunter.
A man on the run from the army is also the prime suspect in the murder of his own father.
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