CAVALIER OF THE WEST:
The first of four low-budget Westerns silent cowboy star, Harry Carey, made for poverty row company Artclass Pictures. Here, a cavalry captain (Carey) attempts to keep the peace between Indians and settlers, but a gang of white bandits stirs up the truce and frame the unsuspecting Indians. Like John Wayne would in his later years, wise veteran Carey leaves the romantic interludes to younger cast-members, in this case Kane Richmond, as Carey's handsome younger brother, and Carmen laRoux, as Delores Fernandez.
75 mins, B&W, 1.33:1, 1931, Not Rated
A memorable 1930s independent western starring Harry Carey. Jane Novak, who had co-starred with Harry Carey in the silent days, is the heroine. In this feature wandering do-gooder Cheyenne Harry (Carey) with a questionable background but the noblest of intentions comes face to face with villains claiming a gold mine in a supposedly haunted town.
56 mins, B&W, 1.33:1, 1936, Not Rated