Blaze Howell (Ken Maynard) breaks up a train robbery only to find that it’s a fake. However the money is missing and he is blamed. He escapes and sets out to find the real thieves. He must also avoid being caught visiting the Collins ranch to see Doris Collins (RuthContinue Reading

The Straight Arrow radio program was a western adventure series for juveniles which was broadcast, mostly twice weekly in the United States from 1948 or 1949 through 1951. A total of 292 episodes were aired. Although first broadcast only in California, in early 1949 it was broadcast nationally on theContinue Reading

A 1931 western starring Buck Jones. Jim Houston (Buck Jones) resigns from the Texas Rangers so he can cross the border into Mexico and devote all his time to the capture of Shag Smith (Jim Mason) and his bandit gang who have murdered Jim’s young brother, Bob (Don Chapman.) UsingContinue Reading

Retired marshal Buck Roberts (Buck Jones) has left law enforcement and is enjoying life on his northern Arizona ranch when he receives a telegram from Marshal Bat Madison (Jay Wilsey) requesting his aid in stopping a rash of stagecoach robberies near villain invested Mesa City, and off he goes asContinue Reading

Written by pulp writer William Colt MacDonald, this Tim McCoy Columbia Studios Western may have been the forerunner of McDonald’s later so popular The Three Mesqueteers. John Wayne, whose character is named, appropriately, Duke, and Wallace MacDonald (no relation to William Colt) play McCoy’s loyal ranch hands, and although theyContinue Reading

Rocky Alan Lane was a cowboy B-movie actor in the 1940s and 1950s. You may know him better as the voice of Mr. Ed in the television series “Mr. Ed.”Continue Reading

Lash LaRue was a cowboy B-movie actor. He started out playing second and third leads with the likes of Buck Jones. Eventually, the producers saw in Lash another B-movie star. Lash was known for his speedy and accurate whip he would use to disarm the bad guys. Lash’s movies wereContinue Reading

Cowboy B-actor Hoot Gibson is featured in this 1930s “graphic novel.” Many of the cowboy stars of that era had comic books, or as they’re called today, “graphic novels.” Most of the themes were based off movies of the featured comic book cowboy.Continue Reading