The Paradise Trail

The Paradise Trail 1979

In a small western town in the late 1800′s, two outlaws take a blind preacher, his wife and an Indian girl as hostages in their flight from the law. Excitement mounts when Dan, one of the outlaws makes a shocking discovery. The last train to Cortez lays bare the agony that torments Dan but the train brings an unexpected surprise.

Sartana in the Valley of Death

Sartana in the Valley of Death 1970

Smooth and lethal gunfighter Lee Calloway helps three bandit brothers escape from jail under the condition that they give him fifty percent of the stolen gold they have hidden. Of course, the treacherous sibling trio don't plan on keeping their end of the deal. Written by Woodyanders


Dynasty 1976

The story of a pioneer family in the early 1800s that seeks its fortunes on the Ohio frontier.

Mean Justice

Mean Justice 1971

Moreno (Bronson) is a tough ranch hand on the vast half million acre Garret Ranch. Rich in timber, gas, cattle and oil, the ranch is a major employer of rough rugged cowboys in northern New Mexico. Unexpectedly, Moreno has been accused , and tried for the murder of the daughter of the Garret ranch's popular foreman (Denver Pyle). As luck turns against the Garret ranch, each man endures struggles against nature, competitors, and each other in order to keep the operation profitable.

Outlaws: The Legend of O.B. Taggart

Outlaws: The Legend of O.B. Taggart 1994

After many years in prison, a changed robber comes home to see his sons again, one of them brain-damaged. Due to many misfortunate events and terrible tragic misunderstandings, they go on the run, leaving a bloody trail wherever they go.

The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez

The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez 1983

The entire cause of the problem evolves from the use of a deputy to translate. His command of Spanish is inadequate and he mistranslates what a witness tells the sheriff as to whether the real perpetrator of the crime is riding a mare (yegua) or a male horse (caballo). This error results in destroying a family and the death of an innocent man.

Da Best in da West

Da Best in da West 1984

Bounty hunter Dalton (Lito Lapid) and merchandizer-turned-sheriff Wild Bill Hika (Dolphy) are two of the most effective crime fighters in the West, and their existence in Bronco Town ensures its peace and order. But the two realize that the town's most dangerous menaces are Oligario (Tony Carreon) and his son Facundo (Romy Diaz), whose firm belief in their being above the law make them confident that they can take over the property of rich miner's heiress Estrelita (Yehlen Catral). Can Dalton and Bill save Estrelita--and the rest of Bronco Town--from the clutches of Oligario and Facundo?

Roping a Bride

Roping a Bride

Tom and Dick are good friends, but they are both in love with the same young woman, Vera. Vera herself cannot decide which of the two suitors she prefers. Realizing that Vera cannot make up her mind, the two young men turn to their friend Bill Bush for help. After thinking it over, Bill suggests an unusual contest to see which one gets to ask Vera to marry him.

Halleluja to Vera Cruz

Halleluja to Vera Cruz 1973

Two American bandits disguise themselves as priests in order to work undetected in Mexico during the revolution.

Whisky and Ghosts

Whisky and Ghosts 1976

A snake-oil salesman is chased across the desert by a gang of Mexican bandits. He finds out, however, that he is being protected by the spirits of Davey Crockett, Pecos Bill and Johnny Appleseed.



A broken-down sheriff is forced to join forces with an obsessed Victorian vampire hunter to defeat an undead force consuming a small frontier town in 1892 New Mexico.

Female Artillery

Female Artillery 1973

An outlaw joins up with a wagon train of pioneer women and secretly hides some money there, but his old gang shows up and wants their money - and the women.

Thomasine & Bushrod

Thomasine & Bushrod 1974

A rare blaxploitation classic starring Vonette McGee & Max Julien, Thomasine & Bushrod was intended as a counterpart to Bonnie and Clyde. This pair of thieves, who operate in the American south between 1911 and 1915, pattern themselves after Robin Hood and hold the White Establishment as (a 'modern-day') Sheriff of Nottingham. Here's the clincher-- Thomasine and Bushrod steal from rich, white capitalists, then give to Mexicans, Native Americans and poor whites.

Samurai Cowboy

Samurai Cowboy 1994

When his best friend dies of an heart attack due to permanent stress at work, the Japanese businessman Yutaka Soto quits and fulfills himself a dream: he buys a ranch in Montana to live on. However the ranch turns out to be due for demolition and the welcome by the people is less than friendly: Hotel owner Cord Wingate wanted the ranch himself and now sabotages Yutaka. Only veterinarian Jessy and an old Cowboy help him. -- Tom Zoerner