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Detective and mystery films
Thrillers (Motion pictures)
|Named Person:||James Oliver Curwood|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Joseph Kane; John K Butler; J Benton Cheney; Harry Grey; Roy Rogers; Smiley Burnette; John Carradine; Mort H Glickman; Marlin Skiles; Robert Tansey; Barry Barringer; Wally Wales; Bobby Nelson; Myrla Bratton; Sam Newfield; Isadore Bernstein; Sam Katzman; Tim McCoy; Nora Lane; Ben Corbett; Lew Porter; Johnny Lange; Forrest Sheldon; Betty Burbridge; Bennett Cohen; George W Weeks; Bob Custer; Betty Yohalem; Carlton King; Phil Goldstone; Ken Maynard; Ivy Merton; Nat Pendleton; Fred Howard; Nat Vincent; John English; Sig Neufeld; Maurice Conn; Kermit Maynard; Ann Sheridan; Reginald Barlow; Abe Meyer; James Oliver Curwood; Republic Pictures Corporation.; Superior Talking Pictures.; Victory Pictures Corporation.; Syndicate Pictures.; Tiffany Prod., Inc.; Ambassador Pictures.; Vintage Playhouse (Firm)
|Notes:||Videodisc release of six motion pictures, produced in 1931 (Law of the Rio Grande), 1932 (Hell-fire Austin), 1934 (The way of the west), 1935 (Red blood of courage), 1938 (Six-gun trail) and 1943 (Silver spurs).
Red blood of courage is based on Red blood of courage / by James Oliver Curwood.
Issued by the distributor as disc eight in an eight-disc set. University of Pennsylvania Libraries have cataloged these discs separately.
Silver spurs was 68 minutes duration when originally released. The way of the west was 55 minutes duration when originally released. Six-gun trail was 59 minutes duration when originally released. Law of the Rio Grande was 57 minutes duration when originally released. Hell-fire Austin was 70 minutes duration when originally released. Red blood of courage was 55 minutes duration when originally released.
Aspect ratio 4:3.
|Credits:||(Silver spurs) Cinematography, Reggie Lanning; editor, Tony Martinelli; music, Mort Glickman, Marlin Skiles.
(The way of the west) Photography, Brydon Baker; editor, Arthur Cohen.
(Six-gun trail) Photography, Marcel Picard; editor, Holbrook Todd; music, Lew Porter, Johnny Lance [sic].
(Law of the Rio Grande) Photography, Herbert Kirkpatrick; editor, Frederick Bain.
(Hell-fire Austin) Photography, Ted McCord; editor, Dave Berg; music, Fred Howard, Nat Vincent.
(Red blood of courage) Photography, Arthur Reed; editor, Richard G. Wray; music, Abe Meyer.
|Cast:||(Silver spurs) Roy Rogers, Smiley Burnette, John Carradine.
(The way of the west) Wally Wales, Little Bobbie Nelson, Myrla Bratton.
(Six-gun trail) Tim McCoy, Nora Lane, Ben Corbett.
(Law of the Rio Grande) Bob Custer, Betty Mack, Carlton S. King.
(Hell-fire Austin) Ken Maynard, Ivy Merton, Nat Pendleton.
(Red blood of courage) Kermit Maynard, Ann Sheridan, Reginald Barlow.
|Description:||1 videodisc (305 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Silver spurs / Republic Pictures presents ; directed by Joseph Kane ; associate producer, Harry Grey ; screenplay by John K. Butler and J. Benton Cheney (53 min.) --
The way of the west / released by Superior Talking Pictures, Inc. ; Robert Emmet [i.e. Robert Emmett Tansey] presents ; story, Barry Barringer ; dialogue, Al Lane [i.e. Robert Emmett Tansey] ; directed by Robert Emmet (48 min.) --
Six-gun trail / Victory Pictures Corporation ; Sam Katzman presents ; directed by Sam Newfield ; original story and screenplay by E.R. O'Dasi [i.e. Isadore Bernstein] (56 min.) --
Law of the Rio Grande / George W. Weeks presents ; a Syndicate Western ; story and scenario, Betty Burbridge and Bennett Cohen ; directed by Forrest Sheldon (48 min.) --
Hell-fire Austin / Tiffany Motion Pictures, Ltd., present ; story and direction Forrest Sheldon ; adaptation, Betty Burbridge ; Phil Goldstone, producer (54 min.) --
Red blood of courage / Ambassador Pictures, Inc. presents ; directed by Jack English ; produced by Sig. Neufeld and Maurice H. Conn ; screen play, Barry Barringer (46 min.).
|Other Titles:||Silver spurs.
Way of the west.
Law of the Rio Grande.
Red blood of courage.
(The way of the west) "Government agent Gordon, working undercover, is investigating a cattleman sheepman war. The culprit is Horton and when Horton kills Parker he frames Gordon. His identity revealed, the Sheriff lets Gordon escape to go after the real killer."--IMDb website.
(Six-gun trail) "Chasing jewel thieves, Captain Carson and Magpie head for the border where Carson, posing as a Chinaman, opens a store that buys jewelry. To flush the thieves into the open, Carson wins all their money at poker. They agree to sell him the jewels but plan to kill him and keep both the jewels and the money."--IMDb website.
(Law of the Rio Grande) "Escaping from the Sheriff, Jim and Cookie decide to go straight. But when they meet their old cohort, The Blanco Kid, he tells their new boss they are outlaws and they are in trouble again."--IMDb website.
(Hell-fire Austin) "Heading west, Ken and Bouncer end up at the Brooks ranch where Ken is to ride Tarzan in the big race. But both the Sheriff and Edmonds are after him and he must hide both himself and the horse until race time."--IMDb website.
(Red blood of courage) "A man posing as Mark Henry is after Henry's oil land but Henry's niece is part owner and he needs to marry her off to his henchman Slager. Mountie Jim Sullivan a[r]rives posing as a wanted man and is soon caught up in the plot when Slager, wanting everything for himself, kills his boss and makes Jim a prisoner."--IMDb website.
- Murder -- West (U.S.) -- Drama.
- Sheep ranchers -- West (U.S.) -- Drama.
- Cattle trade -- West (U.S.) -- Drama.
- Range management -- West (U.S.) -- Drama.
- Jewel thieves -- West (U.S.) -- Drama.
- Recidivists -- West (U.S.) -- Drama.
- Veterans -- West (U.S.) -- Drama.
- Horse racing -- West (U.S.) -- Drama.
- Curwood, James Oliver, -- 1878-1927 -- Film adaptations.
- False personation -- Canada -- Drama.
- Murder -- Canada -- Drama.