A group of men are hired to recover stolen gold led by the widow of one of the robbers so that she can return the gold and start over.
A string of police killings set cop Det. Lt. Lon “McQ” McHugh on the trail of a drug dealer and corrupt officers.
Directed by Henry Hathaway, John Ford, and George Marshall November 1, 1962 (United Kingdom) / February 20, 1963 (United States) The epic story of the settling of the West as told through the eyes of a single family of settlers. This is an amazing Western spectacle film from a time when Hollywood knew how to make an epic film with a sprawling cast. JustContinue reading “How the West Was Won”
Three would be bank robbers stumble across a stranded wagon and a woman about to give birth. Upon her death they vow to care for the orphaned child and get him to safety.
A lieutenant colonel is transferred to a backwater outpost to take command. Now this glory seeking officer must confront a growing Indian threat.
A doubting reporter follows two teams of Green Berets during their mission in South Vietnam.
Aging rancher John Chisum finds himself going up against corrupt land developer Lawrence Murphy as Murphy attempts to seize control of Lincoln County for his own personal gain.
In order to get his U.S. Marshal badge back, Reuben J. “Rooster” Cogburn must track down an outlaw that has robbed an explosives shipment and plans on using it steal some gold all the while with Miss Eula Goodnight following along to catch her father’s killer
Upon the death of her father young Mattie Ross hires drunken U.S. Marshal Reuben “Rooster” J. Cogburn to hunt her father’s killer Tom Chaney down in Indian Territory.
A Union outfit slips behind Confederate lines to destroy enemy railroads. Along the way they encounter a Southern woman who along with the unit’s doctor cause problems during the mission.