Although Larry "Buster" Crabbe earns top billing, the hero of Drift Fence is former Western star Tom Keene as Jim Travis, who, at a rodeo, meets city dweller Jim Traft (Benny Baker), who has come west to erect a fence that will prevent Clay Jackson (Stanley Andrews) from continuing his cattle rustling business. A tough Western type, Travis suggests that he impersonate Traft and the building of the fence soon begins. But Travis is opposed by Slinger Dunn (Crabbe) and his family, whose small ranch will suffer from the division of the land. A romance between Travis and Slinger's sister, Paula (Katherine DeMille), paves the way for a meeting of the minds, however, and Slinger switches sides completely upon learning that Travis is a Texas Ranger in disguise. An in-house production (as opposed to Harry Sherman's Hopalong Cassidy Westerns), Drift Fence was the closest Paramount came to a B-Western in the mid-'30s. Zane Grey's original novel was published in 1932.
Macdonald Carey heads the cast as gun-slinging drifter "Maybe" Smith, whose Colt .44 pistol and shooting skills are put to the test shortly after his arrival in the New Mexico frontier town of Dusty Flats. After outdrawing wanted outlaw Buckstorm Corley (Ken Lynch) in the saloon, Smith finds himself up against the entire corrupt Corley clan -- who've been running roughshod over the fearful townsfolk for years.
When "Billy the Liar" kidnaps a young girl's dog, she calls on her friends and the local child sheriff. He sets off in pursuit but is waylaid by Indians but manages to capture Billy who is sentenced to a severe whipping.
An ex-sheriff sets out to find the bandits who beat and murdered his sister.
Western movie Spain 1980
A desperado is wanted by both the law and a gang of outlaws.
A rich and powerful man is married to a much younger woman, who has a lover.
Tom is kidnapped by Mexican Guerrillas.
Tom and his friends play pranks on each other with fireworks.
Ironbark Bill defeats some giant mosquitoes.
This feature-length documentary tells the incredible story of Ernest Dufault, a.k.a. Will James, a French-Canadian man who became one of the most legendary cowboys of the American West. For over 30 years, as he went from cattle rustler to ex-convict, he managed to keep his secret. And when he took up the pen, he became a Hollywood legend. Watch this compelling exploration of the powerful attraction the West still holds for young adventurers.
Retired marshal Dillon goes after a 15 year old boy who is determined to kill the men responsible for the murder of his mother during a stagecoach robbery
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.
A short animated film in which the Lone Ranger and Tonto fight against some cattle rustlers.
Some time in the 21st century, Kovarick, said to be the most evil man who ever lived, is met by a resistance force. One of their members, Dr. Bahler, invents a time distorter held within a ring, which he uses to go back to ancient Egypt, where he dies. 75 years before he left, the ring is found by scientists, who are killed by a small mafia group, but not before it is thrown to a bum, who pawns it for fifty cents.
Silent footage from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show: a stagecoach runs throughout the scene.
Silent footage from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show: Johnny Baker, aka 'Cowboy Kid', shows his sharpshooting skills.