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Morey, Elaine

Overview
Works: 3 works in 3 publications in 1 language and 42 library holdings
Genres: Drama 
Classifications: PN1997, 791.4375
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Publications about Elaine Morey
Publications by Elaine Morey
Most widely held works by Elaine Morey
Creepy cowboys ( visu )
1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 27 libraries worldwide
Tombstone Canyon: Trying to find the answer to his mystery-shrouded past, Ken Mason narrowly escapes an ambush at Tombstone Canyon ... which is haunted by the mysterious and disfigured Phantom, whose strange cry is a warning of death! Rawhide Terror: Disguised as Indians, a group of renegades attacks and murders the parents of two boys for gold and a map to their mine. The boys, bearing similar birthmarks, survive but become separated after the older brother, Jim, cracks up and disappears. Ten years later, the killers are being hunted down and killed by the Rawhide Terror, a.k.a. the still-not-quite-all-there Jim. And that's just the normal part of this wild film, originally slated as a 10-chapter serial but ultimately released as a single feature!
Creepy cowboys Tombstone Canyon ; Wild horse phantom ; Vanishing riders ; The rawhide terror ( visu )
1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 8 libraries worldwide
Thombstone Canyon : Trying to find the answers to his mystery shrouded past, hero Ken Mason narrowly escapes an ambush at Tombstone Canyon. ; Vanishing riders : Sometimes a touch of the weird would be added to a familiar B-western plot to give it a little something extra. In Vanishing riders, Sheriff Bill Jones and his adopted son Tim deck themselves out in ghost makeup and skeleton rider outfits in order to take on a gang of outlaws. ; Wild horse phantom : Sligtly off the wall B-western with Buster Crabbe saving the day and the Devil Bat flapping and shrieking in the depths of an abandoned mine. ; The rawhide terror : A group of "renegades", disguised as Indians, attack and murder the parents of two boys for gold and a map to their mine. The boys, who bear similar birthmarks, survive but become separated after the older brother, Jim, cracks up and disappears. Ten years later, the killers are being hunted down and killed by The Rawhide Terror a.k.a. the still not quite all there Jim. -- Container
Buster Crabbe classic westerns collection ( visu )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 7 libraries worldwide
Buster Crabbe stars as Billy the Kid in four western features. Fugitive of the plains: Buster infiltrates an outlaw gang to clear his name of a crime. Wild horse phantom: Billy and Fuzzy trail a gang of outlaws to an old mine, but the outlaws are unable to remember where they hid the loot. Western cyclone: Billy is framed for murder by another gang. Sheriff of Sage Valley: Buster plays 2 roles as Billy the Kid and his brother Kansas Ed. Billy is made sheriff of Sage Valley. Kansas Ed captures Billy and plans to run the town as sheriff
 
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English (3)
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