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Saturday, April 28, 2018

The Gay Amigo (UA, 1949)

The Cisco Kid rides (yet) again

The other day I was blathering on about Cisco Kid movies. I thought I might move on from Cesar Romero and review a Duncan Renaldo one. The Gay Amigo, Renaldo’s fifth, will do as well as any. Of course in the 1940s the word gay had not yet acquired its meaning of homosexual in common parlance. In fact if anything it was used to refer to a man who seduced many women, as in ‘he’s a gay dog’. And Cisco is a renowned romancer of the dames.

Duncan’s back, with Leo Carrillo as Pancho. The early Cisco pictures had no sidekick or different ones but from the Renaldo ones onward, happily, Pancho was there. Why these two Mexicans spoke to each other in mangled English, even when in Mexico, was never made clear but I suppose the producers were going for humor and an English-speaking market.

Joe Sawyer, the villain in an earlier, Romero, Cisco movie, Lucky Cisco Kid, has now become the dumb Army sergeant (the part taken by Dana Andrews in his first Western in the previous one), outwitted at every turn by the pardners. In this one he gets cross and there are fisticuffs but Cisco easily wins.

The local military is commanded by Captain Kenneth MacDonald and his second-in-command is Lt. Clayton Moore. Moore had actually appeared in 14 feature Westerns before becoming the Lone Ranger in September 1949. The Gay Amigo was released in May so he hadn’t yet donned the mask and was still rather a minor player. In fact he is soon written out, Sgt. Sawyer taking over as the captain’s right hand man.

Renaldo, pictured right, actually Romanian born and Renault Renaldo Duncan, 1904 – 80, was also an associate producer, with Philip N Krasne, and the picture was directed by Wallace Fox (no relation but the brother of Edwin Carewe, director of the tragically lost Gary Cooper version of The Spoilers in 1930). Fox specialized in second-feature Westerns, including wagonloads of Bob Steele ones, working for many of the Poverty Row studios, beginning in 1927. He directed 27 films for Monogram. If I tell you that the three Cisco Kid movies he directed were probably the pinnacle of his career, you’ll get an idea that he wasn’t exactly John Ford. Still, he churned them out competently.

Mind, there’s some extremely fake bronco-busting with Sawyer and Renaldo trying vainly to convince the audience that the mechanical contraption they are ‘riding’ in the studio is a real bronc. Renaldo is particularly bad at this.

There’s a gal, naturally, Rosita (Armida, a vaudeville star who, however, doesn’t sing and dance in this picture apart from one short song). I must say Cisco didn’t woo her all that much. The sergeant fancies here, though, just as Dana did Lola in that earlier movie. These films all had pretty well the same plot.

The mononymic Armida

Sadly, they don’t finish with the “Oh, Pancho!”/”Oh, Cisco!” ending we know and love. You have to wait for the TV series to start in 1950 for that. In The Gay Amigo they just ride off for another adventure.

No one will pretend that this is a classy A-Western but it provides an hour of harmless black & white fun.



Thursday, April 26, 2018


Westerns, A - Z

Howdy, e-pards.

Sometimes it’s hard to find the review of a particular Western using the search box at the top left of the home page. If you look up Gun for a Coward, let’s say, you get any Western with gun in the title, and there are (obviously) dozens and dozens!

So I’ve made a list of all the Western movies and TV shows reviewed on this blog, with live links. That way you can easily find a Western you are interested in. It will always be at the top of the sidebar to the right.

They're in alphabetical order. I've counted The in the alphabet. Titles starting with numbers, such as 3 Godfathers or 4 for Texas, are at the end of the list, in numerical order.

I’ll update the list with each new Western reviewed.

Happy reading!

A Big Hand for the Little Lady (Warner Bros, 1966)
A Bullet for the General aka El Chuncho ¿Quien Sabe? (Argent Films, 1966)
A Day of Fury (Universal, 1956)
A Distant Trumpet (Warner Brothers, 1964)
A Fistful of Dollars aka Per un pugno di dollari (UA, 1966)
A Gunfight (Paramount, 1972)
A Lawless Street (Columbia, 1955)
A Man Alone (Republic, 1955)
A Man Called Horse (NGP, 1970)
A Man Called Sledge (Dino de Laurentiis Cinematografica/Columbia, 1970)
A Million Ways to Die in the West (Universal, 2014)
A Thunder of Drums (MGM, 1961)
A Ticket to Tomahawk (Fox, 1950)
A Time for Dying (Fipco/Corinth, 1969)
A Time for Killing, aka The Long Ride Home (Columbia, 1967)
Abilene Town (United Artists, 1946)
Aces ‘N’ Eights (TV, 2008)
Across the Wide Missouri (MGM, 1951)
Adiós, Sabata (PEA/UA, 1970)
Advance to the Rear (MGM, 1964)
Adventures of Frank and Jesse James (Republic, 1948)
Adventures of Red Ryder (Republic, 1940)
Albuquerque (Paramount, 1948)
Alias Jesse James (UA, 1959)
Al Jennings of Oklahoma (Columbia, 1951)
Allegheny Uprising aka The First Rebel (RKO, 1939)
Along Came Jones (RKO, 1945)
Along The Great Divide (Warner Bros, 1951)
Along the Rio Grande (RKO, 1941)
Alvarez Kelly (Columbia, 1966)
Ambush (MGM, 1950)
Ambush at Cimarron Pass (Fox, 1958)
Ambush at Tomahawk Gap (Columbia, 1953)
American Bandits: Frank and Jesse James (ARO Entertainment, 2010)
American Empire (Paramount, sold to United Artists, 1942)
An Angelic Attitude (Selig Polyscope, 1916)
An Eye for an Eye (Embassy Pictures, 1966)
And Starring Pancho Villa As Himself (HBO, 2004)
Angel and the Bad Man (Hallmark TV, 2009)
Angel and the Badman (Republic, 1947)
Annie Get Your Gun (MGM, 1950)
Any Gun Can Play (Fida Cinematagrafica, 1966)
Apache (UA, 1954)
Apache Ambush (Columbia, 1955)
Apache Blood (Key International Pictures, 1975) aka A Man Called She, Pursuit
Apache Drums (Universal, 1951)
Apache Rifles (Fox, 1964)
Apache Territory (Columbia, 1958)
Apache Trail (MGM, 1942)
Apache Warrior (Fox, 1957)
Apache Woman (ARC, 1955)
Appaloosa (Groundswell, 2008)
Arizona (Columbia, 1940)
Arizona Bushwhackers (Paramount, 1968)
Arizona Days (Grand National, 1937)
Arizona Raiders (Columbia, 1965)
Arizona Trail (Universal, 1943)
Arrow in the Dust (AA, 1954)
Arrowhead (Paramount, 1953)
At Gunpoint (AA, 1955)
Avenging Angel (RHI/Alpine Medien/Hallmark, 2007)

Back to the Future, Part III (Universal, 1990)
Backlash (Universal, 1956)
Bad Company (Paramount, 1972)
Bad Day at Black Rock (MGM, 1955)
Bad Jim (21st Century, 1990)
Bad Man of Deadwood (Republic, 1941)
Badlands of Dakota (Universal, 1941)
Badman’s Country (Warner Bros, 1958)
Badman’s Territory (RKO, 1946)
Bandidas (Europacorp, 2005)
Bandido (UA, 1956)
Bandolero! (Fox, 1968)
Barbary Coast (UA, 1935)
Barquero (Universal, 1970)
Battle of Rogue River (Columbia, 1954)
Belle of the Yukon (RKO, 1944)
Belle Starr (Fox, 1941)
Belle Starr (CBS TV, 1980)
Belle Starr’s Daughter (Fox, 1948)
Bend of the River (Universal, 1952)
Best of the Badmen (RKO, 1951)
Big Boy Rides Again (Beacon, 1935)
Big Jake (NGP, 1971)
Billy the Kid (MGM, 1930)
Billy the Kid (MGM, 1941)
Billy the Kid in Santa Fe (PRC, 1941)
Billy the Kid in Texas (PRC, 1940)
Billy the Kid Returns (Republic, 1938)
Billy the Kid Trapped (Producers Releasing Corporation, 1942)
Billy the Kid’s Gun Justice (PRC, 1940)
Billy the Kid’s Smoking Guns (PRC, 1942)
Billy Two Hats (MGM/Universal/United Artists, 1974)
Bite the Bullet (Columbia, 1975)
Black Aces (Universal, 1937)
Black Horse Canyon (Universal, 1954)
Black Patch (Warner Bros, 1957)
Black Spurs (Paramount, 1965)
Blackthorn (16 production companies listed, 2011)
Blazing Justice (Ray Kirkwood/Spectrum, 1936)
Blazing Saddles (Warner Bros, 1974)
Blind Justice (HBO, 1994)
Blood Country (Running Wild, 2017)
Blood on the Arrow (AA, 1964)
Blood on the Moon (RKO, 1948)
Blood River (CBS TV, 1991)
Blue Blazes Rawden (Paramount, 1918)
Blue Steel (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)
Bone Tomahawk (Caliber Media Company, 2015)
Boot Hill (San Marco SPA, 1969)
Boot Hill Brigade (Republic, 1937)
Border Patrol (Harry Sherman Productions/United Artists, 1943)
Border River (Universal, 1954)
Border Shootout (Turner, 1990)
Born to the Saddle (Astor Pictures Corporation, 1953)
Born to the West aka Hell Town (Paramount, 1937)
Bounty (Stage Hand Films/Barnholz Entertainment, 2009)
Branded (Paramount, 1950)
Brave Warrior (Columbia, 1952)
Breakheart Pass (United Artists, 1975)
Brigham Young: Frontiersman (Fox, 1940)
Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (UA, 1974)
Broadway to Cheyenne (Monogram, 1932)
Broken Arrow (Fox, 1950)
Broken Lance (Fox, 1954)
Broken Trail (Butcher’s Run Films, 2006)
Bronco Billy (Warner Bros, 1980)
Bronco Buster (Universal, 1952)
Buchanan Rides Alone (Columbia, 1958)
Buck and the Preacher (Columbia, 1972)
Bucking Broadway (Universal, 1917)
Buckskin Frontier (UA, 1943)
Buffalo Bill (Fox, 1944)
Buffalo Girls (CBS/De Passe, 1995)
Bugles in the Afternoon (Warner Bros, 1952)
Bullet for a Badman (Universal, 1964)
Bullwhip (AA, 1958)
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (HBO, 2007)
Butch and Sundance: The Early Days (Fox, 1979)
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (Fox, 1969)

Cactus Jim (Selig Polyscope, 1915)
Cahill, US Marshal (Warner Bros, 1973)
Calamity Jane (Warner Bros, 1953)
Calamity Jane and Sam Bass (Universal, 1949)
California (Paramount, 1947)
Canadian Pacific (Fox, 1949)
Cannon for Cordoba (UA, 1970)
Canyon Passage (Universal, 1946)
Canyon River (AA, 1956)
Captain Apache (Scotia International, 1971)
Carry On Cowboy (Anglo-Amalgamated, 1965)
Carson City (Warner Bros, 1952)
Cast a Long Shadow (UA, 1959)
Cat Ballou (Columbia, 1965)
Catlow (MGM, 1971)
Cattle Annie and Little Britches (Universal, 1981)
Cattle Drive (Universal, 1951)
Cattle Empire (Fox, 1958)
Cattle King (MGM, 1963)
Cattle Queen of Montana (RKO, 1954)
Cave of Outlaws (Universal, 1951)
C-Bar (C-Bar Production Company, 2015)
Chato’s Land (UA, 1972)
Cherokee Strip (Paramount, 1940)
Cheyenne Autumn (Warner Bros, 1964)
Cheyenne Warrior (TV, 1994)
Chief Crazy Horse (Universal, 1955)
Children of the Dust (CBS, 1995)
China 9, Liberty 37 (AA, 1978)
Chino (IRC, 1976)
Chisum (Warner Bros, 1970)
Chuka (Paramount, 1967)
Cimarron (MGM, 1960)
Cimarron (RKO, 1931)
Cimarron Strip (CBS TV, 1967-8)
City of Bad Men (Fox, 1953)
City Slickers (Columbia, 1991)
Cold Mountain (Miramax, 2003)
Cole Younger, Gunfighter (AA, 1958)
Colorado Sundown (Republic, 1952)
Colorado Territory (Warner Bros, 1949)
Colt .45 (Warner Bros, 1950)
Column South (Universal, 1953)
Comanche (United Artists, 1956)
Comanche Moon (CBS TV mini-series, 2008)
Comanche Station (Columbia, 1960)
Comanche Territory (Universal, 1950)
Come On, Rangers! (Republic, 1938)
Comes a Horseman (UA, 1978)  
Conquest of Cheyenne (Republic, 1946)
Conquest of Cochise (Columbia, 1953)
Convict Stage (Fox, 1965)
Copper Canyon (Paramount, 1950)
Copper Sky (Fox, 1957)
Coroner Creek (Columbia, 1948)
Count Three and Pray (Columbia, 1955)
Cowboy (Columbia, 1958)
Cowboys & Aliens (Universal, 2011)
Cowboys & Indians (Screen Media Films, 2011)
Cowboys & Zombies (Mattia Borrani Productions, 2011)
Cripple Creek (Columbia, 1952)
Cristeros (Fox, 2012)
Crossfire Trail (TWS/TNT, 2001)
Cry Blood Apache (Bronco/Liberty/Golden Eagle, 1970)
Custer of the West (Security Pictures, 1967)
Custer’s Last Fight (Mutual Film, 1912)
Custer’s Last Stand (PBS, 2012)
Custer’s Last Stand (Stage & Screen Productions, 1936)

Dakota (Republic, 1945)
Dakota Incident (Republic, 1956)
Dakota Lil (Fox, 1950)
Dallas (Warner Bros, 1950)
Dan Candy’s Law aka Alien Thunder (Onyx Films, 1974)
Dances With Wolves (MGM, 1990)
Dark Command (Republic, 1940)
Davy Crockett, Indian Scout (UA, 1950)
Dawn at Socorro (Universal, 1954)
Dawn Rider (Nasser Group, 2012)
Day of Anger (NGP, 1967)
Day of the Badman (Universal, 1958)
Day of the Evil Gun (MGM, 1968)
Day of the Outlaw (United Artists, 1959)
Days of Jesse James (Republic, 1939)
Dead Man (Miramax, 1995)
Dead Man’s Walk (De Passe/ABC TV, 1996)
Deadwood (HBO, 2004 - 2006)
Deadwood: The Movie (HBO, 2019)
Deadwood '76 (Fairway, 1965)
Death of a Gunfighter (Universal, 1969)
Death Rides a Horse aka Da Uomo a Uomo (UA, 1968)
Decision at Sundown (Scott-Brown/Columbia, 1957)
Denver and Rio Grande (Paramount, 1952)
Desert Passage (RKO, 1952)
Desolation Canyon (Hallmark, 2006)
Desperado (Columbia, 1995)
Desperado (NBC, 1987)
Destry (Universal, 1954)
Destry Rides Again (Universal, 1939)
Devil’s Canyon (RKO, 1953)
Devil’s Doorway (MGM, 1950)
Dirty Little Billy (UA, 1972)
Distant Drums (Warner Bros, 1951)
Django (Argent, 1966)
Django Unchained (Weinstein/Columbia, 2012)
Doc (UA, 1971)
Doc West (RTI, 2009)
Dodge City (Warner Bros, 1939)
Domino Kid (Columbia, 1957)
Dragoon Wells Massacre (Allied Artists, 1957)
Drango (UA, 1957)
Drum Beat (Warner Bros, 1954)
Drums Across the River (Universal, 1954)
Drums Along the Mohawk (Fox, 1939)
Drums in the Deep South (RKO, 1951)
Duck, You Sucker/A Fistful of Dynamite/Giù la Testa (UA, 1972)
Duel at Diablo (UA, 1966)
Duel in the Sun (Selznick Releasing Organization, 1946)

El Dorado (Paramount, 1967)
El kárate, el Colt y el impostor aka Blood Money (Champion Films, 1974)
El Paso (Paramount, 1949)
Enter The Lone Ranger (ABC, 1947)
Escape from Fort Bravo (MGM, 1953)
Escort West (UA, 1958)

Face of a Fugitive (Columbia, 1959)
Fighting Caballero (Superior Talking Pictures, 1935)
Fighting Caravans (Paramount, 1931)
Fighting Man of the Plains (Fox, 1949)
Find a Place to Die (Aico Films, 1968)
Finger on the Trigger (Films Internacionales/AA, 1965)
Firecreek (Warner Bros, 1968)
Fistful of Lead/C'è Sartana... vendi la pistola e comprati la bara (Colt Produzioni, 1970)
Five Bloody Graves (Independent-International, 1969)
Five Bold Women (Citation Films, 1960)
Five Grand aka The Gunfighter (Melody Sun Group, 2016)
Five Guns to Tombstone (UA, 1960)
Five Guns West (ARC, 1955)
Flame of Barbary Coast (Republic, 1945)
Flaming Feather (Paramount, 1952)
Flaming Star (Fox, 1960)
Flesh and the Spur (AIP, 1956)
For a Few Dollars More aka Per qualche dollaro in più (UA, 1967)
Fort Apache (RKO, 1948)
Fort Bowie (UA, 1958)
Fort Courageous (Fox, 1965)
Fort Defiance (UA, 1951)
Fort Dobbs (Warner Bros, 1958)
Fort Massacre (UA, 1958)
Fort Osage (Monogram, 1952)
Fort Ti (Columbia, 1953)
Fort Utah (Paramount, 1967)
Fort Vengeance (AA, 1953)
Fort Worth (Warner Bros, 1951)
Fort Yuma (United Artists, 1955)
Forty Guns (Fox, 1957)
Forty Guns Redux
Four Faces West (MGM, 1948)
Four Fast Guns (Universal, 1960)
Four Guns to the Border (Universal, 1954)
Four of the Apocalypse (Coralta, 1975)
Four Rode Out (California Pictures, 1970)
Frank James Rides Again (Lippert, 1950)
Frenchie (Universal, 1950)
Friendly Persuasion (AA, 1956)
From Hell to Texas (Fox, 1958)
From Noon Till Three (UA, 1976)
Frontier (Netflix, 2016)
Frontier Gal (Universal, 1945)
Frontier Marshal (Fox, 1939)
Frontier Uprising (UA, 1961)
Fury at Furnace Creek (Fox, 1948)
Fury at Showdown (UA, 1957)

Gallowwalkers (Boundless Pictures, 2012)
Garden of Evil (Fox, 1954)
Geronimo (Paramount, 1939)
Geronimo (TV movie, TNT, 1993)
Geronimo (United Artists, 1962)
Geronimo: An American Legend (Columbia, 1993)
Go West (Metro-Goldwyn, 1925)
Go West (MGM, 1940)
Go West, Young Lady (Columbia, 1941)
God’s Gun aka Diamante Lobo, A Bullet from God, etc. (Golan-Globus, 1976)
Godless (Netflix, 2017)
Goin’ South (Paramount, 1978)
Good Day for a Hanging (Columbia, 1959)
Goodnight for Justice: Queen of Hearts (Hallmark TV, 2013)
Gore Vidal’s Billy the Kid (TNT, 1989)
Great Day in the Morning (RKO, 1956)
Gun Battle at Monterey (Allied Artists, 1957)
Gun Belt (UA, 1953)
Gun Duel in Durango (UA, 1957)
Gun Fight (UA, 1961)
Gun for a Coward (Universal, 1957)
Gun Fury (Columbia, 1953)
Gun Glory (MGM, 1957)
Gun Street (UA, 1961)
Gun The Man Down aka Arizona Mission (UA, 1956)
Gun Trouble Valley (TV pilot, 1956)
Gunfight at Black Horse Canyon (TV, 1961)
Gunfight at Comanche Creek (AA, 1963)
Gunfight at the OK Corral (Paramount, 1957)
Gunfight in Abilene (Universal, 1967)
Gunfighter’s Moon (Rysher Entertainment, 1995)
Gunfighters (Columbia, 1947)
Gunfire (Lippert, 1950)
Gunman’s Walk (Columbia, 1958)
Gunmen from Laredo (Columbia, 1959)
Gunplay (RKO, 1951)
Gunpoint (Universal, 1966)
Guns of a Stranger (Universal, 1973)
Guns of Diablo (MGM, 1965)
Guns of Hate (RKO, 1948)
Guns of the Magnificent Seven (UA, 1969)
Guns of the Timberland (WB, 1960)
Gunsight Ridge (UA, 1957)
Gunslinger (AIC, 1956)
Gunsmoke (Universal, 1953)
Gunsmoke in Tucson (AA, 1958)

Hang ‘em High (UA, 1968)
Hangman’s Knot (Columbia, 1952)
Hannah Lee: An American Primitive (Realart Pictures, 1953)
Hannah’s Law (Sony/Hallmark, 2012)
Hannie Caulder (Paramount, 1971)
Hatfields & McCoys (History Channel, 2012)
Hearts of the West (MGM, 1975)
Heaven with a Gun (MGM, 1969)
Heaven's Gate (United Artists, 1980)
Hell Bent (Universal, 1918)
Hell Bent for Leather (Universal, 1960)
Hellgate (Lippert, 1952)
Hell on Wheels (AMC TV, 2011 - 2016)
Hell's Hinges (Kay-Bee Pictures, 1916)
Hell’s Crossroads (Republic, 1957)
He Rides Tall (Universal, 1964)
Heritage of the Desert (Paramount, 1932)
Hickok (Status Media & Entertainment, et al, 2017)
Hidalgo (Touchstone/Buena Vista, 2004)
High Lonesome (Eagle-Lion, 1950)
High Noon (UA, 1952)
High Noon (TBS, 2000)
High Noon II: The Return of Will Kane (CBS TV, 1980)
High Plains Drifter (Universal, 1973)
High, Wide and Handsome (Paramount, 1937)
His Name Was Madron (Four Star Excelsior, 1970)
Hombre (Fox, 1967)
Homesteaders of Paradise Valley (Republic, 1947)
Hondo (Warner Bros, 1953)
Honor of the Range (Universal, 1934)
Horizons West (Universal, 1952)
Hostile Guns (Paramount, 1967)
Hostiles (ESMP, 2017)
Hour of the Gun (UA, 1967)
How The West Was Won (MGM, 1962)
Hud (Paramount, 1963)

I Killed Wild Bill Hickok (Ind, 1956)
I Married Wyatt Earp (NBC TV, 1983)
I Shot Jesse James (Lippert, 1949)
I Will Fight No More for Ever (ABC TV, 1975)
Idaho Kid (Colony Pictures, 1936)
In a Valley of Violence (Focus World/Universal, 2016)
In Old Arizona (Fox, 1929)
In Old California (Republic, 1942)
In Old Mexico (Paramount, 1938)
In Old Montana (Spectrum Pictures, 1939)
In Old Oklahoma aka War of the Wildcats (Republic, 1943)
In Old Santa Fe (Mascot, 1934)
Indian Paint (Eagle American/Tejas, 1965)
Indian Uprising (Columbia, 1952)
Invitation to a Gunfighter (UA, 1964)
Iron Brothers (Random Media, 2018)
It Can be Done, Amigo (Atlantida, 1972)

Jack McCall, Desperado (Columbia, 1953)
Jack Slade (AA, 1953)
Jane Got a Gun (The Weinstein Company, 2015)
Jeremiah Johnson (Warner Bros, 1972)
Jesse James (Fox, 1939)
Jesse James (Paramount, 1927)
Jesse James at Bay (Republic, 1941)
Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter (Embassy, 1966)
Jesse James Rides Again (Republic, 1947)
Jesse James Under the Black Flag (Mesco Pictures, 1921)
Jesse James vs. the Daltons (Esskay, 1954)
Jesse James: Lawman (Brett Kelly Entertainment, 2015)
Jesse James’ Women (United Artists, 1954)
Joe Dakota (Universal, 1957)
Joe Kidd (Universal, 1972)
Jonah Hex (Warner Bros, 2010)
Johnny Guitar (Republic, 1954)
Johnny Yuma (Tiger Film, 1966)
Johnson County War (Hallmark, 2002)
Jory (Embassy, 1973)
Joshua (Po’ Boy/Lone Star, 1976)
Juarez (Warner Bros, 1939)
Jubal (Columbia, 1956)
Judge Priest (Fox, 1934)
Junior Bonner (CIN, 1972)
Just Pals (Fox, 1920)
Justified (FX, 2010 - 2015)
JW Coop (Columbia, 1971)

Kansas Pacific (AA, 1953)
Kansas Raiders (Universal, 1950)
Kentucky Rifle (Howco Productions, 1955)
Kid Vengeance aka Vengeance (Golan-Gobus, 1977)
Killer Caliber .32 (Explorer Films, 1967)
King of Texas (TNT, 2002)
King of the Wild Stallions (AA, 1959)
Kit Carson (UA, 1940)
Knight of the Trail (Mutual Film, 1915)

Laramie (TV)
Last Man Standing (Lone Wolf, 1996)
Last of the Comanches (Columbia, 1953)
Last of the Dogmen (Carolco/Pathe, 1995)
Last Stand at Saber River (TNT, 1997)
Last Train from Gun Hill (Paramount, 1959)
Law and Lead (Colony Pictures, 1936)
Law and Order (Universal, 1932)
Law and Order (Universal, 1953)
Law of the Badlands (RKO, 1951)
Law of the Land (NBC TV, 1976)
Lawless Range (Republic, 1935)
Lawless Valley (Willis Kent/Progressive Pictures, 1934)
Lawman (UA, 1971)
Lawman aka The Way of the West, The Mountie, The Ranger (Travesty Productions, 2011)
Legal Advice (Selig Polyscope, 1916)
Lightning Jack (Savoy Pictures 1994)
Little Big Horn (Lippert Productions, 1951)
Little Big Man (NGP, 1970)
Local Color on the A1 Ranch (Selig Polyscope, 1916)
Lone Rider (Grand Army/Larry Levinson, 2008)
Lone Star (Columbia, 1996)
Lonely Are the Brave (Universal, 1962)
Lonesome Dove (Motown Productions, 1989)
Love Me Tender (Fox, 1956)
Luke and the Tenderfoot (unsold pilot for NBC series, 1955)
Lumberjack (United Artists, 1944)
Lust for Gold (Columbia, 1949)

Mackenna's Gold (Columbia, 1969)
Major Dundee (Columbia, 1965)
Man from Del Rio (UA, 1956)
Man from God’s Country (AA, 1958)
Man in the Saddle (Columbia, 1951)
Man of the East aka E poi lo chiamarono il magnifico (Jadran Film, 1972)
Man of the Forest (Paramount, 1933)
Man of the West (UA, 1958)
Man with the Gun (UA, 1955)
Man Without A Star (Universal, 1955)
Many Rivers to Cross (MGM, 1955)
Marshal of Gunsmoke (Universal, 1944)
Martyrs of the Alamo (Fine Arts Film Company, 1915)
Massacre at Sand Creek (Screen Gems/CBS, 1956)
Massacre Canyon (Columbia, 1954)
Massacre River (AA, 1949)
Masterson of Kansas (Columbia, 1954)
Maverick (Warner Bros, 1994)
McCabe & Mrs. Miller (Warner Bros, 1971)
McLintock! (United Artists, 1963)
Minnesota Clay (Ultra, 1965)
Mission to Glory: A True Story (TV movie, 1977)
Mohawk (Fox, 1956)
Molly and Lawless John (PDC, 1972)
Money, Women and Guns (Universal, 1958)
Monte Walsh (NGP, 1970)
Monte Walsh (TNT, TV, 2003)
More Dead than Alive (UA, 1969)
Mr. Horn (CBS TV, 1979)
Mustang Country (Universal, 1976)
My Darling Clementine (Fox, 1946)
My Little Chickadee (Universal, 1940)
My Name is Nobody (Titanus, 1973)
My Name Is Trinity (West Film, 1970)
My Outlaw Brother (Eagle-Lion, 1951)
My Pal Trigger (Republic, 1946)

‘Neath the Arizona Skies (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)
Nevada (RKO, 1944)
Nevada Smith (Paramount, 1966)
New Mexico (UA, 1951)
Night Passage (Universal, 1957)
No Country for Old Men (Paramount, 2007)
No Name on the Bullet (Universal, 1959)
Noose for a Gunman (United Artists, 1960)
North of Arizona (Reliable Pictures, 1935)
North to Alaska (Fox, 1960)
North West Mounted Police (Paramount, 1940)
North West Passage, Book 1 – Rogers’ Rangers (MGM, 1940)
Northwest Trail (Screen Guild Productions, 1945)

Oklahoma Annie (Republic, 1952)
Oklahoma Raiders (Universal, 1944)
Oklahoma Territory (UA, 1960)
O Matador aka The Killer (Netflix, 2017)
Once Upon a Texas Train (CBS TV, 1988)
Once Upon a Time in the West (Paramount, 1968)
One Foot in Hell (Fox, 1960)
One-Eyed Jacks (Paramount, 1961)
One Man's Hero (Orion, 1999)
One More Train to Rob (Universal, 1971)
Only The Valiant (Fort Invincible), Warner Bros, 1951
Open Range (Universal, 2003)
Oregon Passage (AA, 1957)
Out West (Paramount, 1918)
Outlaws and Angels (No Remake Pictures/Orion Pictures, 2016)
Outlaws of the Range, reissued as The Call of Justice (Ray Kirkwood Productions/Spectrum, 1936)
Overland Stage Raiders (Republic, 1938)

Paint Your Wagon (Paramount, 1969)
Pale Rider (Warner Bros, 1985)
Pals of the Saddle (Republic, 1938)
Pancho Villa aka Vendetta (Granada Films/Scotia International, 1972)
Panhandle (AA, 1948)
Paradise Canyon (Lone Star/Monogram, 1935)
Passion (RKO, 1954)
Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (MGM, 1973)
Pawnee aka Pale Arrow (Republic, 1957)
Pillars of the Sky (Universal, 1956)
Pony Express (Paramount, 1953)
Pony Soldier (Fox, 1952)
Posse (Paramount, 1975)
Posse (Gramercy Pictures, 1993)
Posse from Hell (Universal, 1961)
Powder River (Fox, 1953)
Prairie Fever (RHI Entertainment, 2008)
Proud Rebel (Formosa/Buena Vista, 1958)
Purgatory (TNT, 1999)
Pursued (Warner Bros, 1947)

Quantez (Universal, 1957)
Quantrill’s Raiders (AA, 1958)
Quigley Down Under (MGM, 1990)
Quincannon, Frontier Scout (UA, 1956)

Rachel and the Stranger (RKO, 1948)
Rage at Dawn (RKO, 1955)
Raiders of Old California (Republic, 1957)
Rails into Laramie (Universal, 1954)
Rainbow Valley (Lone Star/Monogram, 1935)
Ramona (various versions)
Ramrod (UA, 1947)
Ramsbottom Rides Again (British Lion, 1956)
Rancho Deluxe (UA, 1975)
Rancho Notorious (RKO, 1952)
Randy Rides Alone (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)
Rango (Paramount, 2011)
Raw Edge (Universal, 1956)
Rawhide (Fox, 1951)
Rebel in Town (United Artists, 1955)
Red Mountain (Paramount, 1951)
Red River (United Artists, 1948)
Red River Range (Republic, 1939)
Red Sundown (Universal, 1956)
Relentless (Columbia, 1948)
Renegade Girl (Screen Guild, 1946)
Reprisal! (Columbia, 1956)
Return of the Bad Men (RKO, 1948)
Return of the Frontiersman (Warner Bros, 1950)
Return of the Gunfighter (MGM, 1967)
Return of the Outlaws aka Mexican Gold (Walker/Cable Productions, 2007)
Return of the Seven (UA, 1966)
Return of the Texan (Fox, 1952)
Return to Lonesome Dove (CBS TV, 1993)
Return to Warbow (Columbia, 1958)
Revolt at Fort Laramie (UA, 1957)
Revolution (Warner Bros, 1985)
Ride a Crooked Trail (Universal, 1958)
Ride Beyond Vengeance (Columbia, 1966)
Ride Clear of Diablo (Universal, 1954)
Ride Him, Cowboy (Warner Bros, 1932)
Ride in the Whirlwind (Proteus Films, 1966)
Ride Lonesome (Ranown/Columbia, 1959)
Ride Out for Revenge (UA, 1957)
Ride the High Country (MGM, 1962)
Ride the Man Down (Republic, 1952)
Ride with the Devil (Universal, 1999)
Ride, Vaquero! (MGM, 1953)
Riders of Destiny (Lone Star/Monogram, 1933)
Riders of the Purple Sage (Fox, 1925)
Riders of the Purple Sage (Fox, 1931)
Riders of the Rockies (Grand National, 1937)
Riders of the Whistling Pines (Columbia, 1949)
Riding Shotgun (Warner Bros, 1954)
Rimase uno solo e fu la morte per tutti (Brother Outlaw), Transworld Films, 1971
Rimfire (Lippert Productions, 1947)
Rio Bravo (Warner Bros, 1959)
Rio Conchos (Fox, 1964)
Rio Grande (Republic, 1950)
Rio Lobo (NGP, 1970)
River Lady (Universal, 1948)
River of No Return (Fox, 1954)
Robbers’ Roost (UA, 1955)
Rock Island Trail (Republic, 1950)
Rocky Mountain Mystery/The Fighting Westerner (Paramount, 1935)
Rooster Cogburn (Universal, 1975)
Rose of Cimarron (Fox, 1952)
Rough Night in Jericho (Universal, 1967)
Roughing It (Hallmark, 2002)
Run for Cover (Paramount, 1955)
Rustlers (RKO, 1949)

Saddle the Wind (MGM, 1958)
Saddle Tramp (Universal, 1950)
Sage Brush Tom (Selig, 1915)
Sagebrush Trail (Lone Star/Monogram, 1933)
Salome Where She Danced (Universal, 1945)
Sam Whiskey (UA, 1969)
San Antone (Republic, 1953)
San Antonio (Warner Bros, 1945)
San Fernando Valley (Republic, 1944)
Santa Fe (Columbia, 1951)
Santa Fe Passage (Republic, 1955)
Santa Fe Trail (WB, 1940)
Santee (Crown International Pictures, 1973)
Saskatchewan (Universal, 1954)
Savage Journey (American Television Productions, 1983)
Seminole (UA, 1953)
Seminole Uprising (Columbia, 1955)
September Dawn (September Dawn, 2007)
September Gun (CBS TV, 1983)
Seraphim Falls (Destination/Icon, 2007)
Sergeant Rutledge (Warner Bros, 1960)
Sergeants 3 (UA, 1962)
Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (MGM, 1954)
Seven Men from Now (Warner Bros, 1956)
Seven Ways from Sundown (Universal, 1960)
Shadow on the Mesa (Larry Levinson Productions/Hallmark, 2013)
Shadowheart (Video, 2009)
Shalako (CRC, 1968)
Shane (Paramount, 1953)
She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (RKO, 1949)
Shenandoah (Universal, 1965)
Sheriff of Sage Valley (PRC, 1942)
Sheriff of Tombstone (Republic, 1941)
Shine On, Harvest Moon (Republic, 1938)
Shoot Out (Universal, 1971)
Shoot Out at Big Sag (Brennan Productions, 1962)
Shoot-Out at Medicine Bend (Warner Bros, 1957)
Shotgun (AA, 1955)
Showdown (Universal, 1963)
Showdown (Universal, 1973)
Showdown at Abilene (Universal, 1956)
Showdown at Boot Hill (Fox, 1958)
Siege at Red River (Fox, 1954)
Sierra (Universal, 1950)
Sierra Baron (Fox, 1958)
Silver Lode (RKO, 1954)
Silver River (Warner Bros, 1948)
Silverado (Columbia, 1985)
Singing Guns (Republic, 1950)
Siringo (United Television, 1994)
Sitting Bull (UA, 1954)
Six Black Horses (Universal, 1962)
Six Reasons Why (Campagna Brothers, Internext, etc., 2007)
Sky High (Fox, 1922)
Slaughter Trail (RKO, 1951)
Slow West (Lionsgate/A24, 2015)
Smith! (Walt Disney, 1969)
Smoke Signal (Universal, 1955)
Soldier Blue (Avco-Embassy, 1970)
Something Big (NGP, 1971)
Son of Paleface (Paramount, 1952)
Son of the Morning Star (ABC, 1991)
South of St. Louis (United States Pictures/Warner Bros, 1949)
Southwest Passage (UA, 1954)
Springfield Rifle (Warner Bros, 1952)
Stagecoach (CBS TV, 1986)
Stagecoach (Fox, 1966)
Stagecoach (UA, 1939)
Stagecoach Kid (RKO, 1949)
Stagecoach to Denver (Republic, 1946)
Stagecoach to Fury (Fox, 1956)
Stagecoach West (ABC TV, 1960 – 61)
Stampede (AA, 1949)
Stand Up and Fight (MGM, 1939)
Star in the Dust (Universal, 1956)
Stars in My Crown (MGM, 1950)
Station West (RKO, 1948)
Stories of the Century: Frank and Jesse James (Republic, 1954)
Straight Shooting (Universal, 1917)
Stranger on Horseback (UA, 1955)
Streets of Laredo (Paramount, 1949)
Streets of Laredo (TV mini-series, 1995)
Sukiyaki Western Django (First Look International, 2007)
Sunchaser (Warner Bros, 1996)
Sundown Saunders (Supreme Pictures, 1935)
Sunset (Tristar, 1988)
Sun Valley Cyclone (Republic, 1946)
Support Your Local Gunfighter (UA, 1971)
Support Your Local Sheriff! (UA, 1969)
Susannah of the Mounties (Fox, 1939)
Sweet Country (Bunya Productions, 2017)

Take a Hard Ride (Fox, 1975)
Take Me to Town (Universal, 1953)
Tall in the Saddle (RKO, 1944)
Tall Man Riding (Warner Bros, 1955)
Tap Roots (Universal, 1948)
Taza, Son of Cochise (Universal, 1954)
Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here (Universal, 1969)
Ten Wanted Men (Columbia, 1955)
Tennessee’s Partner (RKO, 1955)
Tension at Table Rock (RKO, 1956)
Terror at Black Falls (Beckman Film Corp, 1962)
Terror in a Texas Town (United Artists, 1958)
Texas (Columbia, 1941)
Texas Lady (RKO, 1955)
Texas Terror (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)
The Alamo (Buena Vista, 2004)
The Alamo (United Artists, 1960)
The Americano (RKO, 1955)
The Apache Kid’s Escape (Cosmos, 1930)
The Appaloosa (Universal, 1966)
The Arizona Ranger (RKO, 1948)
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (Warner Bros, 2007)
The Auction Sale of Run Down Ranch (Selig Polyscope, 1915)
The Avenging Angel (TNT, 1995)
The Badge of Marshal Brennan (AA, 1957)
The Badlanders (MGM, 1958)
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs (Netflix, 2018)
The Ballad of Cable Hogue (Warner Bros, 1970)
The Ballad of Lefty Brown (A24, 2017)
The Ballad of Little Jo (Polygram, 1993)
The Bank Robbery (Oklahoma Natural Mutoscene Company, 1908)
The Baron of Arizona (Lippert, 1950)
The Battle at Apache Pass (Universal, 1952)
The Battle of Elderbush Gulch (Biograph, 1913)
The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend (Fox, 1949)
The Big Country (UA, 1958)
The Big Land (Warner Bros, 1957)
The Big Sky (RKO, 1952)
The Big Stampede (Warner Bros, 1932)
The Big Trail (Fox, 1930)
The Big Trees (Warner Bros, 1952)
The Birth of a Nation (David W Griffith, 1915)
The Black Dakotas (Columbia, 1954)
The Bounty Hunter (Warner Bros, 1954)
The Bounty Killer (Embassy Pictures, 1965)
The Bravados (Fox, 1958)
The Bravos (ABC TV, 1972)
The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky (RKO, 1952)
The Broken Land (Fox, 1962)
The Broken Star (UA, 1956)
The Buckskin Lady (UA, 1957)
The Burning Hills (Warner Bros, 1956)
The Bushwhackers (Realart Pictures, 1951)
The Capture (RKO, 1950)
The Cariboo Trail (Fox, 1950)
The Charge at Feather River (WB, 1953)
The Cherokee Kid (HBO, 1996)
The Cheyenne Social Club (NGP, 1970)
The Cimarron Kid (Universal, 1952)
The Colt (Hallmark, 2005)
The Colter Craven Story – episode of Wagon Train (NBC TV, series 4, 1960)
The Comancheros (Fox, 1961)
The Command (Warner Bros, 1954)
The Covered Wagon (Paramount, 1923)
The Cowboys (Warner Bros, 1972)
The Crimson Trail (Universal, 1935)
The Crooked Trail (Supreme Pictures, 1936)
The Culpepper Cattle Company (Fox, 1972)
The Dawn Rider (Lone Star/Monogram, 1935)
The Deadly Companions (Paramount, 1961)
The Deadly Trackers (Warner Bros, 1973)
The Desert Trail (Lone Star/Monogram, 1935)
The Deserter (Paramount, 1971)
The Desperado (AA, 1954)
The Desperadoes (Columbia, 1943)
The Desperados (Columbia, 1969)
The Desperate Mission (Fox/NBC, 1969)
The Desperate Trail (Turner, TV, 1994)
The Doolins of Oklahoma (Columbia, 1949)
The Duel (Lionsgate, 2016)
The Duel at Silver Creek (Universal, 1952)
The Electric Horseman (Columbia, 1979)
The Far Country (Universal, 1955)
The Far Horizons (Paramount, 1955)
The Fastest Gun Alive (MGM, 1956)
The Fiend who Walked the West (Fox, 1958)
The Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe (CBA, 1972)
The Fighting Kentuckian (Republic, 1949)
The Fighting Redhead (Eagle-Lion, 1949)
The First Texan (Allied Artists, 1956)
The First Traveling Saleslady (RKO, 1956)
The Frisco Kid (Warner Bros, 1979)
The Furies (Paramount, 1950)
The Gal Who Took the West (Universal, 1949)
The Gambler from Natchez (Fox, 1954)
The Gatling Gun (Broadway/Ellman, 1971)
The Gay Amigo (UA, 1949)
The Ghost Rider (Argosy Productions/Superior Talking Pictures, 1935)
The Glory Guys (UA, 1965)
The Good Bad Man (Triangle Distributing, 1916)
The Good Guys and the Bad Guys (Warner Bros, 1969)
The Good, The Bad and the Ugly aka Il Buono, Il Brutto, Il Cattivo (UA, 1966)
The Good, The Bad, The Weird aka Joheunnom nabbeunnom isanghannom (Barunson et al, 2008)
The Great Jesse James Raid (Lippert, 1953)
The Great K & A Train Robbery (Fox, 1926)
The Great Man’s Lady (Paramount, 1942)
The Great Missouri Raid (Paramount, 1951)
The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid (Universal, 1972)
The Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday (AIP, 1976)
The Great Silence/Il Grande Silenzio (very many companies, 1968)
The Great Sioux Massacre (Columbia, 1965)
The Great Sioux Uprising (Universal, 1953)
The Great Train Robbery (Edison, 1903)
The Gun and the Pulpit (ABC TV, 1974)
The Gun Hawk (AA, 1963)
The Gun that Won the West (Columbia, 1955)
The Gundown (Freewill/Silver Bullet, 2011)
The Gunfight at Dodge City (United Artists, 1959)
The Gunfighter (Fox, 1950)
The Guns of Fort Petticoat (Columbia, 1957)
The Half-Breed (Triangle Distributing, 1916)
The Hallelujah Trail (United Artists, 1965)
The Halliday Brand (UA, 1957)
The Hanged Man (ABC TV, 1974)
The Hanging Tree (Warner Bros, 1958)
The Hangman (Paramount, 1959)
The Hard Man (Columbia, 1957)
The Hateful Eight (Weinstein, 2015)
The Hawk (Affiliated Pictures, 1935)
The Heart of Texas Ryan (Excusive Features Inc., 1917)
The Hi-Lo Country (Polygram, 1998)
The Hired Gun (MGM, 1957)
The Hired Hand (Universal, 1971)
The Homesman (Europacorp, 2014)
The Horse Soldiers (UA, 1959)
The Hunting Party (UA, 1971)
The Indian Fighter (UA, 1955)
The Intruders (NBC TV, 1970)
The Invaders (Kay-Bee Pictures, 1912)
The Iron Horse (Fox, 1924)
The Iron Mistress (Warner Bros, 1952)
The Iron Sheriff (UA, 1957)
The Iroquois Trail (UA, 1950)
The Jackals (Fox, 1967)
The Jayhawkers! (Paramount, 1959)
The Kansan (UA, 1943)
The Kentuckian (UA, 1955)
The Kid (Lionsgate, 2019)
The Kid from Broken Gun (Columbia, 1952)
The Kid from Texas (Universal, 1950)
The King and Four Queens (UA, 1956)
The Last Challenge (MGM, 1967)
The Last Command (Republic, 1955)
The Last Day (NBC, 1975)
The Last Days of Frank and Jesse James (NBC, 1986)
The Last Drop of Water (Biograph, 1911)
The Last Frontier (Columbia, 1955)
The Last Hard Men (Fox, 1976)
The Last Hunt (MGM, 1956)
The Last Musketeer (Republic, 1952)
The Last of the Fast Guns (Universal, 1958)
The Last of the Mohicans (United Artists, 1936)
The Last of the Mohicans (Warner Bros, 1992)
The Last Outlaw (HBO, 1993)
The Last Outpost (Paramount, 1951)
The Last Posse (Columbia, 1953)
The Last Ride of the Dalton Gang (NBC, 1979)
The Last Samurai (Warner Bros, 2003)
The Last Sunset (Universal, 1961)
The Last Wagon (Fox, 1956)
The Law and Jake Wade (MGM, 1958)
The Law of the 45s (Normandy Pictures, 1935)
The Lawless Breed (Universal, 1953)
The Lawless Frontier (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)
The Left-Handed Gun (Warner Bros, 1958)
The Legend of Butch and Sundance (TV, 2006)
The Legend of Hell’s Gate: An American Conspiracy (Lionsgate, 2012)
The Legend of Jesse James (ABC TV series, 1965/66)
The Legend of the Lone Ranger (Universal, 1981)
The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (First Artists/National General, 1972)
The Light of Western Stars (Paramount, 1940)
The Lone Gun (UA, 1954)
The Lone Hand (Universal, 1953)
The Lone Ranger (TNT, 2003)
The Lone Ranger (Walt Disney, 2013)
The Lone Ranger (Warner Bros, 1956)
The Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold (United Artists, 1958)
The Lonely Man (Paramount, 1956)
The Lonesome Trail (Lippert, 1955)
The Long Kill aka Outlaw Justice (Once Upon A Time, 1999)
The Long Riders (UA, 1980)
The Lucky Texan (Lone Star, 1934)
The Lusty Men (RKO, 1952)
The Magnificent Seven (MGM/Columbia, 2016)
The Magnificent Seven (UA, 1960)
The Magnificent Seven Ride! (UA, 1972)
The Magnificent Seven, TV Series (1998 – 2000)
The Man behind the Gun (Warner Bros, 1953)
The Man Called Noon aka Un hombre llamado Noon, Lo chiamavano Mezzogiorno, etc. (NGP, 1973)
The Man from Bitter Ridge (Universal, 1955)
The Man from Button Willow (United Screen Arts, 1965)
The Man from Colorado (Columbia, 1948)
The Man from Laramie (Columbia, 1955)
The Man from Nowhere aka Arizona Colt (Leone/Orphée, 1966)
The Man from Texas (Selig Polyscope, 1915)
The Man from the Alamo (Universal, 1953)
The Man from Utah (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)
The Man Who Came Back (Gudegast Braeden Productions, 2008)
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (Paramount, 1962)
The Marauders (MGM, 1955)
The Marksman (AA, 1953)
The Maverick Queen (Republic, 1956)
The Miracle Rider (Mascot Pictures, 1935)
The Misfits (UA, 1961)
The Missing (Columbia, 2003)
The Mississippi Gambler (Universal, 1953)
The Missouri Breaks (UA, 1976)
The Missouri Traveler (Walt Disney, 1958)
The Moonlighter (Warner Bros, 1953)
The Naked Dawn (Universal, 1955)
The Naked Spur (MGM, 1953)
The Narrow Trail (Lasky/Paramount, 1917)
The Nebraskan (Columbia, 1953)
The Nevadan (Columbia, 1950)
The New Maverick (Warner Bros/ABC TV, 1978)
The Night of the Grizzly (Paramount, 1966)
The Night of the Hunter (United Artists, 1955)
The Oklahoma Kid (Warner Bros, 1939)
The Oklahoman (Allied Artists, 1957)
The Oregon Trail (Fox, 1959)
The Outcast (Republic, 1954)
The Outcasts of Poker Flat (Fox, 1952)
The Outcasts of Poker Flat (RKO, 1937)
The Outlaw (UA, 1943)
The Outlaw Josey Wales (Warner Bros, 1976)
The Outrage (MGM, 1964)
The Outriders (MGM, 1950)
The Outsider (Coote Hayes/Hallmark/Phoenix, 2002)
The Over the Hill Gang (ABC TV, 1969)
The Over the Hill Gang Rides Again (ABC TV, 1970)
The Ox-Bow Incident (Fox, 1943)
The Paleface (Paramount, 1948)
The Pathfinder (Columbia, 1952)
The Plainsman (Paramount, 1936)
The Plainsman (Universal, 1966)
The Plunderers (AA, 1960)
The Plunderers (Republic, 1948)
The Pony Express (Paramount, 1925)
The Professionals (Columbia, 1966)
The Proposition (UK Film Council et al, 2005)
The Proud Ones (Fox, 1956)
The Quick and the Dead (Columbia TriStar, 1995)
The Quick and the Dead (HBO, 1987)
The Quick Gun (Columbia, 1964)
The Quiet Gun (Fox, 1957)
The Raid (Fox, 1954)
The Raiders (Universal, 1963)
The Rare Breed (Universal, 1966)
The Rawhide Years (Universal, 1956)
The Redhead and the Cowboy (Paramount, 1951)
The Redhead from Wyoming (Universal, 1953)
The Restless Breed (Fox, 1967)
The Return of Desperado (NBC TV, 1988)
The Return of Draw Egan (Kay-Bee Pictures, 1916)
The Return of Frank James (Fox, 1940)
The Return of Jesse James (Lippert, 1950)
The Return of the Durango Kid (Columbia, 1945)
The Revenant (Fox, 2015)
The Revengers (NGP, 1972)
The Ride Back (United Artists, 1957)
The Ridiculous 6 (Netflix, 2015)
The Road to Denver (Republic, 1955)
The Rounders (MGM, 1965)
The Ruthless Four aka Ognuno per sé, Sam Cooper’s Gold, etc. (PCM/Goldstone, 1968)
The Sacketts (NBC, 1979)
The Saga of Hemp Brown (Universal, 1958)
The Salvation (Zentropa Entertainments et al, 2014)
The San Francisco Story (Warner Bros, 1952)
The Savage (Paramount, 1952)
The Savage Guns (MGM, 1962)
The Scalphunters (Paramount, 1968)
The Sea of Grass (MGM, 1947)
The Searchers (Warner Bros, 1956)
The Secret of Convict Lake (Fox, 1951)
The Shadow Riders (CBS, 1982)
The Sheepman (MGM, 1958)
The Shepherd of the Hills (Paramount, 1941)
The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw (Fox, 1958)
The Shooting (Proteus Films, 1966)
The Shootist (Paramount, 1976)
The Silent Man (Famous Players-Lasky, 1917)
The Silver Whip (Fox, 1953)
The Singer Not The Song (Warner Bros, 1961)
The Sons of Katie Elder (Paramount, 1965)
The Sorrow aka A Sierra Nevada Gunfight (Rogue Arts, 2013)
The Spikes Gang (UA, 1974)
The Spoilers (Paramount, 1930)
The Spoilers (Samuel Goldwyn, 1923)
The Spoilers (Selig, 1914)
The Spoilers (Universal, 1942)
The Spoilers (Universal, 1955)
The Squaw Man (Jesse L Lasky, 1914)
The Stalking Moon (NGP, 1968)
The Stand at Apache River (Universal, 1953)
The Star Packer (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)
The Stranger Wore a Gun (Columbia, 1953)
The Sundowners (Eagle Lion, 1950)
The Tall Men (Fox, 1955)
The Tall Stranger (AA, 1957)
The Tall T (Columbia, 1956)
The Tall Target (MGM, 1951)
The Taming of Grouchy Bill (Selig, 1916)
The Telegraph Trail (Warner Bros, 1933)
The Texan (Paramount, 1930)
The Texan (CBS TV, 1958 – 60)
The Texans (Paramount, 1938)
The Texas Rangers (Columbia, 1951)
The Texas Rangers (Paramount, 1936)
The Texican (Columbia, 1966)
The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada (Europa Corp, 2005)
The Thundering Herd aka Buffalo Stampede (Paramount, 1933)
The Tin Star (Paramount, 1957)
The Tonto Kid (Resolute Pictures, 1934)
The Toughest Gun in Tombstone (UA, 1958)
The Trackers (ABC TV, 1970)
The Trail Beyond (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)
The Trail to Hope Rose (Hallmark, TV, 2004)
The Train Robbers (Warner Bros, 1973)
The Treasure of Pancho Villa (RKO, 1955)
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (Warner Bros 1948)
The True Story of Jesse James (Fox, 1957)
The Undefeated (Fox, 1969)
The Unforgiven (UA, 1960)
The Vanquished (Paramount, 1953)
The Villain, aka Cactus Jack (Columbia, 1979)
The Violent Men, aka The Bandits (Columbia 1955)
The Virginian (BP Schulberg/Al Lichtman, 1923)
The Virginian (Nasser Group, North, 2014)
The Virginian (Paramount, 1914)
The Virginian (Paramount, 1929)
The Virginian (Paramount, 1946)
The Virginian (TNT, 2000)
The Walking Hills (Columbia, 1949)
The War Wagon (Universal, 1967)
The Way West (United Artists, 1967)
The Westerner (MGM, 1940)
The Westerner (NBC TV, 1960)
The White Buffalo (UA, 1976)
The Wild and the Innocent (Universal, 1959)
The Wild Bunch (Warner Bros, 1969)
The Woman of the Town (UA, 1943)
The Wonderful Country (UA, 1959)
The Yellow Mountain (Universal, 1954)
The Yellow Tomahawk (UA, 1954)
The Young Country (ABC TV, 1970)
The Young Land (Columbia, 1959)
The Younger Brothers (Warner Bros, 1949)
There Was A Crooked Man (Warner Bros, 1970)
There Will Be Blood (Paramount/Miramax, 2007)
These Thousand Hills (Fox, 1959)
They Came To Cordura (Columbia, 1959)
They Died With Their Boots On (Warner Bros, 1942)
They Rode West (Columbia, 1954)
¡Three Amigos! (Warner Bros, 1986)
Three Faces West (Republic, 1940)
Three Hours to Kill (Columbia, 1954)
Three Violent People (Paramount, 1956)
Three Young Texans (Fox, 1954)
Thunder Over Arizona (Republic, 1956)
Thunder Over the Plains (Warner Bros, 1953)
Timberjack (Republic, 1955)
To the Last Man (Paramount, 1933)
Tomahawk (Universal, 1951)
Tomahawk Trail (UA, 1957)
Tombstone (Cinergi, 1993)
Tombstone, The Town Too Tough To Die (Paramount, 1942)
Top Gun (United Artists, 1955)
Town Tamer (Paramount, 1965)
Track of the Cat (Warner Bros, 1954)
Tracker (Lionsgate, 2010)
Traded (Cinedigm Entertainment Group, 2016)
Trail Street (RKO, 1947)
Treasure of Ruby Hills (AA, 1955)
Tribute to a Bad Man (MGM, 1956)
Trinity and Sartana Sons of Bitches (Metheus Films, 1972)
Trinity is Still My Name (West Film, 1971)
Trooper Hook (UA, 1957)
Trouble in Texas (Grand National, 1937)
True Grit (Paramount, 1969)
True Grit (Paramount, 2010)
True Grit: A Further Adventure (Paramount TV, 1978)
Tumbleweed (Universal, 1953)
Tumbleweeds (United Artists, 1925, reissued by Astor Productions, 1939)
Two Flags West (Fox, 1950)
Two Mules for Sister Sara (Universal, 1970)
Two Rode Together (Columbia, 1961)

Ulzana’s Raid (Universal, 1972)
Unconquered (Paramount, 1947)
Unbranded (Gravitas Ventures, 2015)
Under California Stars (Republic, 1948)
Under Western Stars (Republic, 1938)
Unforgiven (Warner Bros, 1992)
Union Pacific (Paramount, 1939)
Utah Blaine (Columbia, 1957)

Valdez Is Coming (United Artists, 1970)
Valerie (United Artists, 1957)
Vengeance Valley (MGM, 1951)
Vera Cruz (UA, 1954)
Villa!! (Fox, 1958)
Virginia City (Warner Bros, 1940)
Viva Maria! (UA, 1965)
Viva Villa! (MGM, 1934)
Viva Zapata! (Fox, 1952)

Waco (Paramount, 1966)
Wagon Tracks (Paramount, 1919)
Wagon Trail (Berke/Ajax, 1935)
Wagon Wheels (Paramount, 1934)
Wagonmaster, also known as Wagon Master (RKO, 1950)
Walk the Proud Land (Universal, 1956)
War Arrow (Universal, 1953)
War Drums (UA, 1957)
War Paint (UA, 1953)
Warlock (Fox, 1959)
Way of a Gaucho (Fox, 1952)
Way Out West (Universal, 1937)
Wells Fargo (Paramount, 1937)
West of the Divide (Lone Star, 1934)
West of the Pecos (RKO, 1945)
Westbound (Warner Bros, 1959)
Western Union (Fox, 1941)
Westward Ho (Republic, 1935)
Westward the Women (MGM, 1951)
Westworld (MGM, 1973)
Westworld (HBO, 2016+)
When the Daltons Rode (Universal, 1940)
Whispering Smith (Paramount, 1948)
Whispering Smith (NBC TV, 1961)
White Comanche (IPC, 1968)
White Feather (Fox, 1955)
Wichita (AA, 1955)
Wild Bill (United Artists, 1995)
Wildfire: The Story of a Horse (Screen Guild, 1945)
Wild Rovers (MGM, 1971)
Wild Wild West (Warner Bros, 1999)
Will Penny (Paramount, 1968)
Winchester '73 (Universal, 1950)  
Winchester ’73 (NBC TV, 1967)
Winds of the Wasteland (Republic, 1936)
Wings of the Hawk (Universal, 1953)
Winterhawk (Howco International Pictures, 1975)
Wolf Dog (Fox, 1958)
Woman They Almost Lynched (Republic, 1953)
Wyatt Earp (Warner Bros, 1994)
Wyatt Earp’s Revenge (Sony, 2012)
Wynonna Earp (Seven24 Films/IDW Entertainment, 2016)
Wyoming Mail (Universal, 1950)

Yancy Derringer (CBS TV, 1958 – 59)
Yellow Sky (Fox, 1948)
Yellowneck (Republic, 1955)
Yellowstone Kelly (Warner Bros, 1959)
Young Bill Hickok (Republic, 1940)
Young Billy Young (United Artists, 1969)
Young Buffalo Bill (Republic, 1940)
Young Fury (Paramount, 1965)
Young Guns (Lionsgate/Morgan Creek, 1988)
Young Guns II (Lionsgate/Morgan Creek, 1990)
Young Guns of Texas (Fox, 1962)
Young Jesse James (Fox, 1960)
Yuma (Aaron Spelling Productions, 1971)

Zandy’s Bride (Warner Bros, 1974)

3 Bad Men (Fox, 1926)
3 Godfathers (MGM, 1948)
3:10 to Yuma (Columbia, 1957)
3:10 to Yuma (Lionsgate, 2007)
4 for Texas (Warner Bros, 1963)
5 Card Stud (Paramount, 1968)
6 Guns (The Asylum, 2010)
7th Cavalry (Columbia, 1956)
40 Guns to Apache Pass (Columbia, 1967)
100 Rifles (Fox 1969)
5,000 Dollar Elopement (Selig Polyscope, 1916)