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#1
1964-1966
A wandering gunfighter plays two rival families against each other in a town torn apart by greed, pride, and revenge.
Episodes: 3
Metascore: 2,812
User ratings: 941,289
Average rating: 8.4
#2
1968-1984
A mysterious stranger with a harmonica joins forces with a notorious desperado to protect a beautiful widow from a ruthless assassin working for the railroad.
Episodes: 3
Metascore: 2,103
User ratings: 539,401
Average rating: 8.2
#3
1920-2005
A seemingly idiotic fop is really the courageous vigilante Zorro, who seeks to protect the oppressed.
Episodes: 9
Metascore: 1,262
User ratings: 234,332
Average rating: 6.8
#4
1969-1979
Two Western bank and train robbers flee to Bolivia when the law gets too close.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 1,110
User ratings: 178,554
Average rating: 6.9
#5
1959-1970
A small-town sheriff in the American West enlists the help of a cripple, a drunk, and a young gunfighter in his efforts to hold in jail the brother of the local bad guy.
Episodes: 3
Metascore: 761
User ratings: 77,219
Average rating: 7.5
#6
1960-1972
An oppressed Mexican peasant village hires seven gunfighters to help defend their homes.
Episodes: 4
Metascore: 722
User ratings: 84,128
Average rating: 6.2
#7
1988-1990
A group of young gunmen, led by Billy the Kid, become deputies to avenge the murder of the rancher who became their benefactor. But when Billy takes their authority too far, they become the hunted.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 705
User ratings: 74,244
Average rating: 6.7
#8
1958-1992
Sergeant Grimshaw wants to retire in the flush of success by winning the Star Squad prize with his very last platoon of newly called-up National Servicemen. But what a motley bunch they turn out to be, and it's up to Grimshaw to put the no-hopers through their paces.
Episodes: 31
Metascore: 629
User ratings: 67,148
Average rating: 5.9
#9
1976-1986
A Missouri farmer joins a Confederate guerrilla unit and winds up on the run from the Union soldiers who murdered his family.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 613
User ratings: 56,899
Average rating: 6.6
#10
1991-1994
On the verge of turning 40, an unhappy Manhattan yuppie is roped into joining his two friends on a cattle drive in the southwest.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 600
User ratings: 58,924
Average rating: 6.1
#11
1969-1975
A drunken, hard-nosed U.S. Marshal and a Texas Ranger help a stubborn teenager track down her father's murderer in Indian territory.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 577
User ratings: 46,199
Average rating: 7.2
#12
1948-1950
At Fort Apache, an honorable and veteran war captain finds conflict when his regime is placed under the command of a young, glory hungry lieutenant colonel with no respect for the local Indian tribe.
Episodes: 3
Metascore: 540
User ratings: 39,388
Average rating: 7.4
#13
1970-1995
A lazy, unorthodox gunfighter and his portly, horse-thieving brother defend a Mormon settlement from a land-grabbing Major and his henchmen.
Episodes: 3
Metascore: 436
User ratings: 28,014
Average rating: 6.8
#14
1973-1994
The wolf dog, White Fang, aids a reporter, a fur trapper, a nun, a young Eskimo boy and his father of ridding a gold mining town of a sleazy crime lord in 1896 Yukon, Canada.
Episodes: 5
Metascore: 344
User ratings: 20,024
Average rating: 5.9
#15
1920-1968
Episodes: 18
Metascore: 332
User ratings: 18,344
Average rating: 6.0
#16
1969-1971
In the old west, a man becomes a Sheriff just for the pay, figuring he can decamp if things get tough. In the end, he uses ingenuity instead.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 305
User ratings: 12,916
Average rating: 7.2
#17
1946-1958
Sach has his picture taken in front of a bank, not knowing that a robbery is going on inside. When the police see the picture, they immediately suspect Sach to be one of the robbers. Slip and the gang soon find out who the real robbers are, and determine to find a way to expose them and prove that Sach wasn't involved.
Episodes: 48
Metascore: 267
User ratings: 10,445
Average rating: 6.8
#18
1982-1988
In 1880s Australia, after young Jim Craig's father dies, Jim takes a job at the Harrison cattle ranch, where he is forced to become a man.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 248
User ratings: 8,807
Average rating: 7.0
#19
1971-1972
It is the middle of the 19th century. A young couple, Kristina and Karl-Oskar, live in Smaland - a small rural community in southern Sweden. They survive on a small plot of infertile land. Times are difficult: there is bad weather, the harvests are poor and hunger prevails. Hunger forces the couple's first-born child to secretly eat food that was not ready for eating. This leads to the child's death and convinces the mother to accept the decision of the father to emigrate to the US. They are joined by another family running away from religious persecution and a man running away from a troublesome wife. The rest of the film traces their difficult journey on a rickety sailing ship that takes ten weeks to make it across the Atlantic and the inland journey to what is now Minnesota where the emigrants that survived the journey would start their new life in the New World.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 240
User ratings: 7,180
Average rating: 8.0
#20
1970-1983
In 1825, an English aristocrat is captured by Native Americans. He lives with them and begins to understand their way of life. Eventually, he is accepted as part of the tribe and aspires to become their leader.
Episodes: 3
Metascore: 238
User ratings: 9,146
Average rating: 6.2
#21
1967-1969
After a train is robbed of its payroll, an insurance agent and a card-shark team-up to retrieve the loot from the bandits who guard it at a secret location near the Mexican border.
Episodes: 3
Metascore: 236
User ratings: 8,875
Average rating: 6.3
#22
1964-1966
Jonas Cord is a disagreeable rich young tycoon on the corporate make, with some subplots about booze, broads and Hollywood in the 1930's.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 232
User ratings: 7,927
Average rating: 6.8
#23
1943-1951
After her destitute family is forced to sell her, a collie named Lassie escapes from her new owner and begins the long trek from Scotland to her Yorkshire home.
Episodes: 7
Metascore: 226
User ratings: 8,134
Average rating: 6.3
#24
1950-1954
Tom Jeffords tries to make peace between settlers and Apaches.
Episodes: 3
Metascore: 219
User ratings: 7,345
Average rating: 6.5
#25
1968-1971
A greedy Polish mercenary aids a mine worker and peasant girl as they lead a revolution against the oppressive Mexican Government, and are pursued by an American rival.
Episodes: 3
Metascore: 215
User ratings: 6,700
Average rating: 6.9
#26
1921-1949
Shows James' joining of the Quantrill's raiders, a guerrilla force which fought against union sympathizers during the Civil War. James takes allegiance to the Black Flag, the raiders' banner. After the war he recieves kind treatment from a judge concerning his acts of crime and later meets and falls in love with Zee, with whom he wishes to live a peaceful life.
Episodes: 7
Metascore: 204
User ratings: 6,147
Average rating: 6.8
#27
1969-1971
A master gunfighter teams up with his banjo-playing partner and a Mexican bandit to foil the town leaders of Daugherty, Texas, who want to steal $100,000 from their own bank to buy land that the approaching railroad will cross.
Episodes: 3
Metascore: 202
User ratings: 6,593
Average rating: 6.2
#28
1935-1948
When the outlaw El Toro saves Hoppy's life, Hoppy agrees to find his missing grandson.
Episodes: 66
Metascore: 198
User ratings: 5,670
Average rating: 6.9
#29
1975-1979
Three orphan children strike gold in 1878 California.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 194
User ratings: 6,044
Average rating: 6.2
#30
1936-1943
The three Mesquiteers try to recover the gold stolen by a gang in its effort to ruin the banker/mayor who ordered them to leave town.
Episodes: 51
Metascore: 161
User ratings: 3,707
Average rating: 7.0
#31
1938-1981
CHAP. 1, HI YO SILVER: An outlaw leader planning to take control of Texas after the Civil War kills Colonel Jeffries, a man empowered to levy taxes, and assumes his identity. His men then murder a troop of Rangers. Tonto finds one Ranger still alive and he becomes the Lone Ranger. A Jeffries spy thinks one of five men is the Lone Ranger and to eliminate his enemy, Jeffries has all five captured and sentenced to death. CHAP. 2, THUNDERING EARTH: Jeffries' men plan to wipe out a wagon train of Texans. CHAP. 3, PITFALL: Jeffries forces Blanchard to send a recommendation that he be made Governor. The Lone Ranger chases the courier but a spiked pit awaits him. CHAP. 4, AGENT OF TREACHERY: Jeffries prepares another trap for the Lone Ranger. CHAP. 5, STEAMING CALDRON: Catching one of Jeffries' men who trailed a wounded Jim Clark to their secret caved, there is a fight and the Lone Ranger ends up trapped in a pit with a steaming cauldron. CHAP. 6, RED MAN'S COURAGE: Clark dies from his wounds. Of the four remaining Rangers, the identity of the Lone Ranger is still unknown. When Jeffries' men kill two Indians and leave silver bullets, their tribesmen capture Tonto and prepare to kill him. CHAP. 7, WHEELS OF DISASTER: Joan has been placed in a wagon with gun powder and the Lone Ranger rides to save her. CHAP. 8, FATAL TREASURE: The Rangers get Jeffries' silver but retrieving it the next day, two of the Rangers get trapped in a well. CHAP. 9, MISSING SPUR: The Rangers are jailed for taking the silver. Kester has obtained the spur from the Lone Ranger and now says he will identify him. CHAP. 10, FLAMING FURY: The Lone Ranger and Tonto get trapped in a burning barn. CHAP. 11, SILVER BULLET: When Jeffries' men kill Bob Stuart's uncle, the maker of the silver bullets, Stuart trails them and ends up in a gunfight. CHAP. 12, ESCAPE: Stuart dies leaving three Rangers. Trying to save Joan and her father, they and the Lone Ranger are in a stage that goes over a cliff. CHAP. 13, FATAL PLUNGE: Chapter 1 flashback. CHAP. 14, MESSENGER OF DOOM: Kester uses the Rangers' pigeons to locate their secret cave. Greatly outnumbered, Forrest collapses the cave ceiling killing himself and the soldiers. CHAP. 15, LAST OF THE RANGERS: The two remaining Rangers try to escape from the rest of Jeffries' men but one is killed. The Lone Ranger organizes the Texans who then meet Jeffries and his men in a final shootout. With the Texans now in control the Lone Ranger finally unmasks.
Episodes: 6
Metascore: 146
User ratings: 3,150
Average rating: 6.8
#32
1993-1997
A group of mostly black infantrymen return from the Spanish-American War with a cache of gold. They travel to the West where their leader searches for the men who lynched his father.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 138
User ratings: 3,743
Average rating: 5.1
#33
1965-1965
An 'angel-faced' gunfighter is tasked with infiltrating a ranch overrun by Mexican bandits and saving their hostages, including the fiancée of the local sheriff.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 120
User ratings: 2,102
Average rating: 6.8
#34
1940-1952
Bill Lowry returns just as his father is killed. He suspects Ballard and in the guise of the Durango Kid, starts robbing him. He gives the money to the burned out homesteaders but Ballard catches Nancy with the money. Ballard suspects Lowry is the Kid and tells him he has retrieved the money. Thinking the Kid will try to get the money back, he sets a trap for him.
Episodes: 62
Metascore: 116
User ratings: 2,027
Average rating: 6.6
#35
1928-1950
A charming, happy-go-lucky bandit in old Arizona plays cat-and-mouse with the sheriff trying to catch him while he romances a local beauty.
Episodes: 24
Metascore: 101
User ratings: 1,578
Average rating: 6.5
#36
1978-1981
Two peasants from Transylvania go to America in order to meet their brother who had left Romania ten years earlier. They meet a prophet in the American state of Utah and eventually help the cause of justice in the villages where the prophet proves to be a dictator and exploiter of the coal miners over there.
Episodes: 3
Metascore: 96
User ratings: 1,220
Average rating: 7.5
#37
1915-1920
Gerald, the somewhat frail son of a wealthy New York family, is bested at the beach by Bill, a strapping young cowboy from Arizona. His fiancée Mary, ashamed of Gerald's "yellow streak", leaves him and goes by train to visit some friends in Arizona, with Bill in tow. Gerald follows them, and before long he and Mary winds up captured by Yaqui Indians and Gerald must prove to Mary that he is not the "weakling" she thinks he is by coming up with a plan for them to escape their captors.
Episodes: 3
Metascore: 92
User ratings: 1,334
Average rating: 6.3
#38
1943-1948
Ken (Roddy McDowell) and his parents live on a superbly beautiful horse ranch which, however, is not always profitable. Ken's father (Preston Foster) has seen example after example of Ken's irresponsibility, including catastrophic school grades. Young Ken nevertheless dreams of owning his own colt. His father is in agreement, but can't see rewarding Ken's behavior. His mother Nell (Rita Johnson), of a more practical bent, persuades her husband that owning a colt would teach Ken responsibility and give him much needed confidence, and he quickly sees the wisdom of her argument. Ken, much to his father's chagrin, unwisely chooses a filly of very questionable lineage who immediately seriously injures herself in a barbed wire accident, jeopardizing her future -- and Ken's as well.
Episodes: 3
Metascore: 90
User ratings: 1,268
Average rating: 6.4
#39
1946-1948
Sheriff Mark Rowley and his brother John find themselves in an annexed area of Indian Territory which is home to notorious outlaws like Jesse James and Sam Bass.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 83
User ratings: 1,103
Average rating: 6.3
#40
1936-1945
Two down-on-their-luck former outlaws volunteer to be Texas Rangers and find themselves assigned to bring in an old friend, now a notorious outlaw.
Episodes: 20
Metascore: 81
User ratings: 1,114
Average rating: 5.9
#41
1940-1949
Mesquite banker Calvin Drake plans to profit from the Santa Fe Railroad's acquisition of right-of-way by gaining control of the land in the territory. In the ensuing war of intimidation against the ranchers, Ira Withers is killed and Red Ryder and his father, Colonel Tom Ryder, form an organization to drive the gunmen and outlaws out of the territory. Colonel Ryder is killed by One-Eye Chapin and Red vows vengeance. Sheriff Dade is in league with the Drake faction, including Ace Hanlon. The Duchess, Red's aunt, is about to lose her ranch. Red learns of a plan to dynamite a dam providing the water supply, and saves Beth Andrews, daughter of the former sheriff, Luke Andrews who was also murdered by Drake's men.
Episodes: 27
Metascore: 77
User ratings: 869
Average rating: 6.8
#42
1967-1975
A lone gunfighter attempts to make a deal with a Mexican bandit to split a shipment of stolen gold, resulting in a brutal game of double-cross between the two parties.
Episodes: 4
Metascore: 77
User ratings: 966
Average rating: 6.1
#43
1940-1943
After the owner of the Circle T Ranch is murdered by a ghostly serial, killer, owner Madge THorp resists offers to buy the ranch and is helped defend her property by the Range Busters.
Episodes: 24
Metascore: 71
User ratings: 807
Average rating: 6.2
#44
1958-1959
The wealthy and debonair Don Diego return home, in the Mission era of Spanish California, to the pueblo known as Reina de Los Angeles. There he finds that the lives and freedom of the citizens are constantly threatened by an oppressive military tyrant, Captain Monastario and his Lancers. Diego makes it his mission to put an end to the oppression along the King's Highway. He dons a mask and a cloak and becomes the fearless freedom rider known as Zorro.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 69
User ratings: 688
Average rating: 6.9
#45
1965-1965
Mexico, 1864. The country is divided by the struggle against the French occupation and emperor Maximilian. The German doctor Karl Sternau and his friend Andreas Hasenpfeffer come to love the country and support the cause of the proud Mexicans, so the Republican cause finally turns out to be victorious.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 63
User ratings: 747
Average rating: 5.3
#46
1922-1947
Episodes: 15
Metascore: 63
User ratings: 611
Average rating: 6.4
#47
1973-1975
A Chinese immigrant, recently arrived in America, fights to free Mexican slaves from their cruel master.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 61
User ratings: 735
Average rating: 5.1
#48
1943-1944
Governor Brighton has sent his two Marshals, Ken Maynard and Hoot Gibson, to clean up the lawless town of Willow Springs, which is run by "Duke" Wade. The latter has rustled his brother Jim's cattle and Jim, in self defense, has killed one of Duke's henchmen - he has more than one. And "Duke" is determined to hang Jim. But Jim escapes with the aid of Ken and Hoot and hides out at the Baxter ranch, home of his sweetheart Mary Baxter. "Duke" sends a couple of henchmen out to capture Ken and Hoot, but they are instead captured by Ken and Hoot, who put them in their own jail. Because they need help and reinforcements, Ken and Hoot have four convicts brought in, on the promise of pardons, to aid them in cleaning up Willow Springs. But one of them, Weasel, tells "Duke" where Jim is hiding. Ken and Hoot manage to get Jim to their jail, and the three and old-timer Eagle-Eye, and the three convicts wage a gun-battle against "Duke" and his henchmen.
Episodes: 8
Metascore: 57
User ratings: 506
Average rating: 6.4
#49
1970-1971
It's a Danish movie of the Wild West with a lot of humor. Guess it's only fun for Danish citizens.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 54
User ratings: 544
Average rating: 5.3
#50
1923-1924
Two wagon caravans converge at what is now Kansas City, and combine for the westward push to Oregon. On their quest the pilgrims will experience desert heat, mountain snow, hunger, and indian attack. To complicate matters further, a love triangle develops, as pretty Molly must chose between Sam, a brute, and Will, the dashing captain of the other caravan. Can Will overcome the skeleton in his closet and win Molly's heart?
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 51
User ratings: 403
Average rating: 6.5
#51
1996-1997
French aristocrat Condemor and his assistant Lucas end up in the Wild West. A boy asks them to search for his lost father, who could reveal the path to a hidden treasure.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 50
User ratings: 900
Average rating: 2.8
#52
1972-1973
A slave kills a white man in self-defense and heads West towards freedom, pursued by a professional slave hunter.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 50
User ratings: 418
Average rating: 6.0
#53
1967-1972
Clint Harrison is a gunslinger that has been running from vengeful foes for years. He returns to the town he abandoned years earlier to find his family has moved away to get away from his bad reputation. In order to make amends he tracks his family down and ends up in the middle of a war between humble farmers and a rich rancher who wants to get his hands on their land even if it means killing.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 45
User ratings: 327
Average rating: 6.1
#54
1971-1972
General Ramirez is fighting for the revolution of Mexico against European domination. He hires Hallelujah, a mysterious gunfighter, take down European emperor Maximilian by seizing a purse of jewels intended to be used for the purchase of weapons. This is no easy assignment as he must fight off bandits, secret agents, a fake sister, a so-called Russian prince and other scoundrels!
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 44
User ratings: 332
Average rating: 5.9
#55
1941-1943
The Lone Rider Tom assumes a former outlaw's identity (Keno) to learn where the gold from his last big heist is hidden. He tries to get the info from Blackie Dawson, but Blackie gets suspicious.
Episodes: 15
Metascore: 40
User ratings: 276
Average rating: 5.9
#56
1953-1955
When his father is killed in front of him during a stagecoach holdup, a teenage boy vows to rid society of outlaws and he eventually grows into a vicious gunman working for a stagecoach line.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 40
User ratings: 239
Average rating: 6.7
#57
1925-1932
John Shefford is looking for his uncle Venters who years ago found a hidden valley and lived there with Jane Withersteen and young Fay Larkin. He finds Kay, now grown, who tells John that Willets and his men got into the nearly inaccessible valley and she has agreed to marry him to save the lives of the other two. John and Fay head for the valley with Willets and with his men right behind.
Episodes: 4
Metascore: 35
User ratings: 192
Average rating: 6.5
#58
1952-1952
Martin Corona (Infante) and Eulalio Gonzalez "Piporro" are local heroes that help the poor, the unfortunate and women in need. But Carmen Linares and Rosario Medina - double character - performed in by Sara Montiel won't fall for Martin Corona's charms. Infante sings "Cuando el destino", "Copa tras copa" and "Carta a Eufemia". Jose Alfredo Jimenez sings "Paloma Querida" and "El Corrido de Martin Corona".
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 34
User ratings: 158
Average rating: 7.3
#59
1966-1967
Ranch owner MacGregor has seven sons and oldest Gregor leads his brothers to Las Mesas, a small town where they want to sell horses. They get into trouble with local people who are related with evil Santillana. After getting imprisoned and losing their horses they decide to go after Santillana's gang.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 33
User ratings: 187
Average rating: 5.8
#60
1940-1940
Powder Kilgore (Ray Bennett as Raphael Bennett) kills freighter Jeff Cameron (Edward LeSaint) and the latter's daughter, "Spunky" (Iris Meredith), sends for gunfighter Wild Bill Saunders (Bill Elliott, in another of his more than 195 films in which he was never, not once, billed as William 'Wild Bill' Elliott.) Bill finds that few men care to buck the Kilgore gang, and he gets consent from Governor Dawson (Don Beddoe) to form a state ranger's organization out of gunmen now in prison, the men to be pardoned if they prove themselves worthy. (A plot line used at least six times by writer/director Robert Emmett Tansey elsewhere in a ten year period.) Bill whips a Kilgore henchman, Lightning Barlow (Francis Walker), who is offering "Spunky" protection in return for a half-share in her freighting business. Bill jails Barlow and other Kilgore gang members when he and his "rangers" foil an attempted gold-shipment holdup. "Spunky" and her helper Cannonball (Dub Taylor) stumble on Kilgore's hideout and are taken prisoner. Bill rescues them, but Kilgore and his henchman surround the hideout.
Episodes: 3
Metascore: 28
User ratings: 117
Average rating: 6.5
#61
1974-1975
Coby, an ex-soldier and billiards champion, investigates arms trafficking across the U.S.-Mexican border, with the help of his inseparable friend the gigantic Rodovan.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 27
User ratings: 148
Average rating: 4.8
#62
1949-1954
When the local Banker jumps the Blaine's claim, they have men rob the bank to retrieve their money. When the men try to double-cross the Blains, a gunfight erupts and Jim Blaine gets away with the money. Mountie Bob McDonald gets Jim Blaine to return the money. Bob thinks the Banker was really behind the robbery and now uses the money to try and lure him into a trap.
Episodes: 9
Metascore: 26
User ratings: 126
Average rating: 5.5
#63
1940-1942
Canadian Tom Merritt has discovered a substance, Compound X, that will cure infantile paralysis, which he extracts from a mine at Caribou, Canada. A country at war with Canada (unnamed because while Canada and the British Empire were at war with Germany, the USA "officially" wasn't in 1940) discovers that Compound X also contains magnetic properties which will make their mines effective against the British fleet, and dispatch one of their intelligence officers, John Kettler, to work undercover to ensure a steady stream of Compound X for the Fatherland. RCMP Major Ross King is killed in a fray against Kettler's henchmen, and his son, RCMP Sergeant Dave King continues on in his place in command of the Mountie post. The foreign agents open a "sham" sanitarium, supposedly to help paralysis victims, but actually to ship the gathered quantities of Compound X abroad to their warring country. Sergeant King discovers the fraud and exposes "Dr. Shelton", the sham head of the hospital. The Mounties also secure some fuse caps which will provide proof that Kettler and his men are saboteurs. In an effort to recover the fuse caps, the enemy agents kidnap Linda Merritt, sister of RCMP Corporal Tom Merritt,Jr.. King and the Mounties eventually put an end to the enemy agents in chapter 12, "Code of the Mounted", but not without a great personal sacrifice by one of their own.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 26
User ratings: 91
Average rating: 7.6
#64
1920-1920
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 23
User ratings: 87
Average rating: 6.3
#65
1936-1938
A lawman captures the notorious "Pecos Kid", who is tried and hanged for his crimes--then starts to have doubts as to whether the Kid actually committed the crimes.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 22
User ratings: 75
Average rating: 6.2
#66
1965-1965
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 21
User ratings: 85
Average rating: 5.2
#67
1946-1950
Maggie and her snooty society friends fool Jiggs and his buddies down at Dinty's tavern into not only signing a petition to close the bar, but they also trick them into taking the "temperaance" pledge to forsake all alcohol.
Episodes: 5
Metascore: 19
User ratings: 52
Average rating: 6.9
#68
1943-1943
Another in the Roach "streamliner" series of semi-westerns top-billing Jimmy Rogers (Jimmy) and Noah Beery, Jr. (Pidge) as out-of-work cowhands. This one is a showcase - in some instances too much so - for oft-times screen-drunk Jack Norton (Henry Lewis Clark III) who takes no drinks here but gets the same results from popping vitamin pills. Clark is coming West to take a look at his 35,000 acre ranch that only has 1500 head of cattle on it according to crooked ranch foreman Albertson, which is basically correct since Albertson and his henchmen have rustled the other 4,000 head. Albertson talks the town civic leaders, including hotel proprietor Jefferson Gilbert, into staging a three-day welcoming party for Clark to keep him away from the ranch while trucks are hauling off the cattle. Thanks to Clark's chauffeur Farnsworth, who gives the stranded Jimmy and Pidge a lift, Pidge is mistaken for Clark. Also enter a tour bus filled with the likes of Marjorie Woodworth, Rosemary LaPlance, Noel Neill, Nancy Brinckman and others who are guaranteed to dress up the scenery. The mistaken identity angle carries things for a while, and then all hands - Jimmy, Pidge, Clark, Farnsworth and the Bus girls - end up at Clark's "haunted" ranch house and are involved in a prolonged, mostly-unfunny, sequence where Albertson and crew are trying to scare them away.
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 18
User ratings: 62
Average rating: 5.4
#69
1984-1996
Episodes: 2
Metascore: 15
User ratings: 33
Average rating: 6.4

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