Decent television movie about a mild-mannered schoolteacher who gets help from a veteran gunslinger in rescuing a student kidnapped by the notorious Mexican bandit.
Determined to avenge the death of his parents, Lucas and his mining partner, Sam, set off in search of the culprit in this classic Western.
This 1949 football drama, directed by Jacques Tourneur, was somewhat ahead of its time in its realistic depiction of the politics
and money behind professional football. Victor Mature stars as Peter Wilson, the star halfback for the New York Chiefs, who risks
oblivion and the loss of his mercenary wife by revealing a newly found heart condition. If Wilson plays the game at his best, he
could kill himself; yet if he retires, he loses his lucrative position, his fame and, as a result, his wife. Lucille Ball co-stars as
Anne, the team secretary, who unselfishly helps Wilson resolve his problems – even those with his wife, although Anne is in love
with him. In the end, Wilson must come to terms with his own self-respect and choose to play in the big game or settle for a small
college coaching job.
A promoter is rounding up talent in Mayberry to make an album of folk music. When the townsfolk invest in it, Andy thinks they've fallen for a con.
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Big-shot Barney Fife fills in Opie on just how to handle women-folk. Betty Lynn appears Thelma Lou.
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