THE GREAT JESSE JAMES RAID:
Jesse James (Willard Parker), retired and living under a different name in St. Joseph, Missouri, agrees over the protests of his wife Zee (Barbara Woodell) to join Bob Ford (Jim Bannon) and Sam Wells (Richard Cutting) in a Colorado gold raid. Jesse rounds up gunman Arch Clements (Tom Neal) and demolition expert Elias Hobbs (Wallace Ford). They rendezvous at Ford's saloon in Creede, Colorado, where Ford's girlfriend Kate (Barbara Payton) joins the gang. Sam guesses Ford's plan to double-cross Jesse to collect a reward so, Ford kills him.
73 mins, Color, 1.33:1 / 4x3, 1953, Not Rated
Film noir femme fatale Anne Savage plays a woman whose brother has joined the rebel guerillas led by Bill Quantrill. After the Civil War, she regroups what's left of the Quantrill Raiders to seek vengeance against the army and marauding Indians.
65 mins, B&W, 1.33:1 / 4x3, 1946, Not Rated
RETURN OF JESSE JAMES:
Johnny is a spitting image of the real Jesse, unfortunately for him; he is mistaken for him by a grizzled old member of the now deceased James gang. Johnny is convinced into leading a new gang to rob banks using the same infamous method as the famed outlaw. Jesse's brother Frank decides to put a stop to the defamation of his dead brother's name. Johnny and his gang run into trouble when they try to rob the same two banks, simultaneously; which gang will come out alive?
65 mins, B&W, 1.33:1 / 4x3, 1950, Not Rated
Frank James is living a quiet, reformed life in Colorado when a look-alike begins a series of robberies for which he is blamed. With the aid of a sheriff and a gang member, Frank sets out to prove his innocence.
59 mins, B&W, 1.33:1 / 4x3, 1940, Not Rated
Deputy Marshal West (Don Barry) arrives in Rincon to investigate the murders of several ranchers. Blackie Mullet (Robert Lowery), the leader of a gang working for the local land-and-water company; tries to convince Marshal West that Indians are responsible for the killings, while West's old friend newspaper editor Amos Boling (Byron Foulger) and his assistant Polly Medford (Julie Adams) tell him they suspect that Blackie is actually head of the infamous Dalton gang.
58 mins, B&W, 1.33:1 / 4x3, 1949, Not Rated
I SHOT BILLY THE KID:
Western history buffs will recall that Billy the kid was gunned down by his friendly enemy Pat Garrett. In this story, Garrett is played by Robert Lowery, while the larger part of Billy is essayed by Don Barry. The story recounts Garrett and Billy's explosive relationship, and the events leading up to their final, fatal confrontation.
57 mins, B&W, 1.33:1 / 4x3, 1940, Not Rated