Gangsters of the Frontier.
This movie has a lot going for it – Tex Ritter, his singing and his wry sense of humor; Dave O’Brien and his presence; Guy Wilkerson as comic relief and the worst telegraph operator in history; Patti McCarty as a together woman; Betty Mills as a tough frontier woman. On top of this, the story is not a warmover of other “B” movie plots. It created real tension and delivered a WWII message about despotism and freedom. All of that goes to making this movie enjoyable, but the best is still the way the gang leaders came to justice! I have never seen that in any other movie. You shouldn’t miss that.
This page used to have Column South starring Audie Murphy.
As Lt. Jed Sayre struggles to prevent pre-Civil War tensions and a racist commanding officer from triggering war between the U.S. Cavalry and Navajo Indians, he finds his efforts are being undermined by the machinations of Confederate sympathizers.
From 1953 the cast includes
Audie Murphy as Lt. Jed Sayre
Joan Evans as Marcy Whitlock
Robert Sterling as Capt. Lee Whitlock
Ray Collins as Brig. Gen. Storey
Dennis Weaver as Menguito
Palmer Lee as Chalmers
Russell Johnson as Corp. Biddle
Jack Kelly as Trooper Vaness
Johnny Downs as Lt. Posick
Bob Steele as Sgt. McAfee
James Best as Primrose
Ralph Moody as Joe Copper Face
This page used to have the western TV show The Loner western tv show The Oath so some of the comments may be about that western television series show.