Based on true events, "Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here", tells the story of one of the last Western manhunts, in 1909. Willie Boy, a Native American, kills his girlfriend's father in self defense, and the two go on the run, pursued by a search posse led by Sheriff Christopher Cooper.
A rebellious Native American races to elude a bloodthirsty posse in Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here (1969) starring Robert Blake and Robert Redford.
The alpha and omega of Dennis Hopper's memorable if pointless appearance, as Marshal Bliss (Ben Johnson) is rounding up candidates for hanging, including Cooper (Clint Eastwood), in Hang 'Em High, 1968.
A tabloid reporter and his son investigate a town full of children who have ritually murdered their parents.
A man seeks revenge against the gang that tried to lynch him. Another decent Eastwood spaghetti western!
From the long opening scene, Cooper (Clint Eastwood) is in-effect tried by Wilson (Ed Begley) and henchmen (Alan Hale Jr., Bruce Dern, et al) in his first Hollywood Western starring role, in Hang 'Em High, 1968.
For reasons not explained, shopkeeper Rachel (Inger Stevens) gets to inspect fugitives (including 'Cooper,' Clint Eastwood) brought to town for hanging by Bliss (Ben Johnson), Judge Fenton (Pat Hingle) observing, in Hang 'Em High, 1968.
The neighboring town of Hemingford has discovered not only the gruesome massacre of Gatlin's entire adult population, but also the orphaned children who refuse to participate in the human sacrifices. The once quiet Midwestern town is jolted into activity as a barrage of media reporters descend upon it. Among them is tabloid reporter John Garrett (Terence Knox), who is hoping to save his career by breaking the story on the bizarre murders. Traveling with Garrett is Danny (Paul Scherrer), his defiant 19-year-old son. Garrett arranges for him and Danny to stay at a local bed and breakfast, also home to the orphaned Micah (Ryan Bollman). Micah soon becomes the leader of the resurrected corn cult, and under the influence of the mythic "He Who Walks Behind the Rows," more adults die horrible, violent deaths. Sensing that Danny is at odds with his father, Micah tries to lure him into joining the cult.
The neighboring town of Hemingford has discovered not only the gruesome massacre of Gatlin's entire adult population, but also the orphaned children who refuse to participate in the human sacrifices.
The neighboring town of Hemingford has discovered not only the gruesome massacre of Gatlin's entire adult population, but also the orphaned children who refuse to participate in the human sacrifices. The once quiet Midwestern town in jolted into activity as a barrage of media reporters descend upon it. Among them is tabloid reporter John Garrett (Terence Knox) who is hoping to save his career by breaking the story on the bizarre murders.
Jed Cooper (Clint Eastwood), an ex-lawman turned rancher, is moving a small herd of cattle when a group of nine men on horseback, led by Captain Wilson (Ed Begley Sr.), ride up and accuse him of having stolen the cattle and killed their owner. They refuse to believe his account, stringing him up by the neck and leaving him for dead. Lucky for him, they don't do the job right, and as Cooper dangles there, barely alive, Deputy U.S. Marshal Bliss (Ben Johnson) spots him and cuts him down. After surviving the next few days in Bliss' tumbleweed wagon with the other prisoners, he is cleared of all accusations and released by Judge Fenton (Pat Hingle). Although Cooper witnesses the hanging of the man who really murdered the owner of the cattle and took Cooper's money, he still wants revenge on the nine men who tried to hang him. Fenton insists that he leave the bringing of them to justice to his deputy marshals. Cooper and Fenton, realizing that they need each other, strike an uneasy bargain, Cooper agrees to wear a badge and bring in the men he's looking for to be tried. This task proves easier said than done as Cooper experiences a number of difficulties in capturing all nine members and bringing them to justice. In the course of his quest, Cooper also makes the acquaintance of a young woman Rachel (Inger Stevens), with her own search for justice. The two of them are drawn together, no more so than when Wilson and two of the others try to gun Cooper down in cold blood. The final confrontation between Cooper and Wilson escalates in violence to its savage, irony-laced conclusion.
In this American version of spaghetti Western, Clint Eastwood plays an innocent rancher who is about to be hung by the angry lynch mob who mistook him for a rustler and killer. Saved at the last moment by a passing marshal (Ben Johnson), Eastwood is taken before a notorious "hanging judge" (Pat Hinge). The judge deputizes Eastwood, provided that Eastwood arrest his tormenters and bring them back for trial. Eastwood is not to be bound by such rules. He seeks out the men who tried to hang him and kills them, one by one, except their leader (Ed Begley), who catches Eastwood off guard and shoots him. Recovered, Eastwood follows Begley to his ranch. There he will find Begley surrounded by henchmen and gunfighters. As for Begley, a dark, ironic fate awaits him... Also in the cast are Bruce Dern and Dennis Hopper.
Voyager becomes trapped in an area of "chaotic space", where the laws of physics are in constant flux.
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Picard is forced to relocate American Indians from a planet they have settled, while a colonist causes Wesley to re-examine his future.
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Jessica is in a Canadian town where a battle rages between a mining company and a group of Indians. Two separate murders draw Jessica's attention.
MacGyver and his old friend Jack Dalton discover that inhabitants in a mountain valley live to be over 150 years old. Unfortunately, they also discover that it is the secret site of a heavy water plant used for nuclear weapon technology.
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David Banner searches out a trainer who has achieved remarkable success with a vitamin formula in calming a troublesome racehorse in the hope that the medicine might be effective in quieting the Hulk within him. Employed at the race track, Banner soon has to put his quest secondary to his job of protecting the horse from an embittered employee. Guest stars Craig Stevens, Gene Evans, Michelle Nichols and Ned Romero.
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Kirk returns to the planet Neural, where he spent time 13 years earlier. A friend of Kirk's from his previous visit is now the leader of its people.
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During a family trip, Herman gets stranded in the desert and wanders into a Native American village, where he's mistaken for an ancient sacred spirit.
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