Jeff Arnold’s West

The blog of a Western fan, for other Western fans

INDEX

 

Film titles that begin with numbers, like 3 Godfathers, 4 for Texas or 5 Card Stud, are listed in numerical order at the end.

 

A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, Y, Z,

A

 

Abilene Town (United Artists, 1946)

Above All Laws (Columbia, 1948)

Aces ‘n’ Eights (TV, 2008)

Across the Plains, memoir/travelogue by Robert Louis Stevenson

Across the Wide Missouri (MGM, 1951)

Actors: essays on lead and character actors in Westerns

   Adams: Julia or Julie Adams

   Armstrong: The Westerns of RG Armstrong

   Barry: the Westerns of Don ‘Red’ Barry

   Beery: the Westerns of Noah Beery Jr

   Bettger: the Westerns of Lyle Bettger

   Blocker: the Westerns of Dan Blocker

   Brand: the Westerns of Neville Brand

   Brennan: the Westerns of Walter Brennan

   Bridges: the Westerns of Lloyd Bridges

   Bronson: Charles Bronson’s Westerns

   Brynner: the Westerns of Yul Brynner

   Buchanan: the Westerns of Edgar Buchanan

   Calhoun: the Westerns of Rory Calhoun

   Canutt: the great stuntman Yakima Canutt

   Cleef: the Westerns of Lee Van Cleef

   Coburn: the Westerns of James Coburn

   Cooper: Coop, the Westerns of Gary Cooper

   Dehner: the Westerns of John Dehner

   Dern: Western bad guy Bruce Dern

   Douglas: the Westerns of Kirk Douglas

   Eastwood: the Westerns of Clint

   Elam: the Westerns of Jack Elam

   Ferguson: Western character actor Frank Ferguson

   Flynn: the Westerns of Errol Flynn

   Fonda: the great Western actor Henry Fonda

   Ford: Francis Ford, actor, writer and director of Westerns

   Ford: Glenn Ford, Western actor

   Gordon: Leo Gordon, Western heavy

   Greene: the Westerns of Lorne Greene

   Griffith: Western character actor James Griffith

   Harry Carey Sr: the Westerns

   Hart: William S Hart, king of the silent Western

   Hayden: the Westerns of Sterling Hayden

   Heston Westerns: Charlton Heston rides the range

   Holden: the Westerns of William Holden

   Hudson: the Westerns of Rock Hudson

   Jaeckel: the Westerns of Richard Jaeckel

   Jurado: the Westerns of Katy Jurado

   Kennedy: the Westerns of Arthur Kennedy

   Ladd: the Westerns of Alan Ladd

   Lancaster: Burt Lancaster’s Westerns

   Landon: the Westerns of Michael Landon

Lauter: the Westerns of Harry Lauter

   Lupino: the Westerns of Ida Lupino

   MacLane: the Westerns of Barton MacLane

   Mahoney: stuntman and actor Jock Mahoney

   Malone: the Westerns of Dorothy Malone

   Martin: the Westerns of Dean Martin

   Marvin: the Westerns of Lee Marvin

   Mayo: the Westerns of Virginia Mayo

   McCrea: The Westerns of Joel McCrea

   McIntire: The Westerns of John McIntire

   McQueen: the Westerns of Steve McQueen

   Mitchum: the Westerns of Robert Mitchum

   Mix: star of the silver screen Tom Mix

   Murphy: the Westerns of Audie Murphy, the Kid from Texas

   Palance: the Westerns of Jack Palance

   Pate: the Westerns of Michael Pate

   Payne: the Westerns of John Payne

   Peck: the Westerns of Gregory Peck

   Pickens: the Westerns of Slim Pickens

   Preston: the Westerns of Robert Preston

   Quinn: the Westerns of Anthony Quinn

   Roberts: the Westerns of Pernell Roberts

   Ryan: the Westerns of Robert Ryan

   Scott: the Westerns of Randolph Scott

   Steele: Bob Steele’s Billy the Kid Westerns

   Stevens: the Westerns of Charles Stevens

   Stewart: the Westerns of James Stewart

   Taylor: the Westerns of Joan Taylor

   Taylor: the Westerns of Robert Taylor

   Thomson: The Westerns of silent star Fred Thomson

   Tracy: the Westerns of Spencer Tracy

   Tucker: the Westerns of Forrest Tucker

   Wallach: Eli Wallach as Western actor

   Wayne: the Westerns of John Wayne

   Widmark: the Westerns of Richard Widmark

   Wilke: the Westerns of Robert J Wilke

 

Adams: the Westerns of Julie Adams

Adiós, Sabata (United Artists, 1970)

Advance to the Rear (MGM, 1964)

Adventures in Silverado (Columbia, 1948)

Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin, The (Buena Vista, 1967)

Adventures of Don Valiente and the Apache Canyon Kid, The, novel by John Aragon and Mary Walters

Adventures of Frank and Jesse James (Republic, 1948)

Adventures of Red Ryder (Republic, 1940)

Al Jennings of Oklahoma (Columbia, 1951)

Al Sieber, Chief of Scouts, biography by Dan L Thrapp

Alamo, The (Buena Vista, 2004)

Alamo, The (United Artists, 1960)

Alamo: Thirteen Days to Glory, The (NBC TV, 1987)

Albuquerque (Paramount, 1948)

Alder Gulch, novel by Ernest Haycox

Alias Jesse James (United Artists, 1959)

Alien Thunder aka Dan Candy’s Law (Onyx Films, 1974)

L’Alliance brisée by Jean-Louis Leutrat: the Western in the 1920s

All the Pretty Horses, novel by Cormac McCarthy

Allegheny Uprising (RKO, 1939)

Allied Artists: the Westerns

Allison: Clay Allison, gunman

Alone: the lone cowboy

Alone Yet Not Alone aka Massacre at Buffalo Valley (Enthuse Entertainment, 2013)

Along Came Jones (RKO, 1945)

Along the Great Divide (Warner Bros, 1951)

Along the Rio Grande (RKO, 1941)

Alvarez Kelly (Columbia, 1966)

Alvord: lawman-turned-outlaw Burt Alvord

Ambush (MGM, 1950)

Ambush at Cimarron Pass (Fox, 1958)

Ambush at Tomahawk Gap (Columbia, 1953)

American Bandits: Frank and Jesse James (Aro/Tesera, 2010)

American Empire (Paramount, sold to United Artists, 1942)

American Indians in Westerns

American Outlaws (Warner Bros, 2001)

American Westerns north of the border – Canadian oaters

American Westerns south of the border – Mexican oaters

Americano, The (RKO, 1955)

And Starring Pancho Villa As Himself (HBO TV, 2004)

Angel and the Bad Man (Hallmark TV, 2009)

Angel and the Badman (Republic, 1947)

Angelic Attitude, An (Selig Polyscope, 1916)

Annie Get Your Gun (MGM, 1950)

Another Man’s Moccasins, novel by Craig Johnson

Any Gun Can Play (Fida Cinematagrafica, 1966)

Anything For Billy, novel by Larry McMurtry

Apache (United Artists, 1954)

Apache Ambush (Columbia, 1955)

Apache Blood aka A Man Called She, Pursuit (Key International Pictures, 1975)

Apache Chief (Lippert, 1949)

Apache Drums (Universal, 1951)

Apache Kid, The, novel by Will Henry

Apache Kid’s Escape, The (Cosmos, 1930)

Apache Rifles (Fox, 1964)

Apache Territory (Columbia, 1958)

Apache Trail (MGM, 1942)

Apache Uprising (Paramount, 1965)

Apache Warrior (Fox, 1957)

Apache Woman (ARC, 1955)

Apaches

Apaches: A History and Culture Portrait, history, by James L Haley

Appaloosa (Groundswell, 2008)

Appaloosa, The (Universal, 1966)

Arizona (Columbia, 1940)

Arizona Bushwhackers (Paramount, 1968)

Arizona Colt aka The Man from Nowhere (Leone/Orphée, 1966)

Arizona Days (Grand National, 1937)

Arizona Mission aka Gun the Man Down (United Artists, 1956)

Arizona Raiders (Columbia, 1965)

Arizona Ranger, The (RKO, 1948)

Arizona Trail (Universal, 1943)

Armstrong: the Westerns of RG Armstrong

Arrow in the Dust (AA, 1954)

Arrowhead (Paramount, 1953)

Aspects of the Western: essays on themes, plots and characteristics of the Western movie:

Alone: the lone cowboy

American Indians in Westerns

American Westerns north of the border – Canadian oaters

American Westerns south of the border – Mexican oaters

Apaches

Bankers and bank robberies

Baths

Better than a dead fish

Bison: the buffalo as Western icon

Bounty hunters

Budgets of Westerns

Buffalo: the American bison as Western icon

Buntline: the Colt Buntline Special

Buy your own Western town

B-Westerns

Canada: the American Western north of the border

Canines: dogs in Westerns

Captivity narrative: taken by Indians

Cars in Westerns

Cattle

Cemeteries, funerals and undertakers

Collectibles: desirable props

Color Westerns

Colt .45: the handgun of choice

Colt Buntline Special: did it exist?

Crime/Western crossover

Definition of the Western

Derringers

Dogs

End of the West: nostalgia in the Western

Eurowesterns

Even farther West

Fastest gun in the West

Film music: Western soundtracks

Fort Laramie

Frederick Jackson Turner’s Frontier Thesis

Frontier Thesis of Frederick Jackson Turner

Gangster movies and Westerns

Geography: Western settings

Hanging

Hats: essential cowboy gear

Heavies: the Western bad guy

Horses: the cowboy’s pal

Imaginary Western: making the ideal oater: Part 1

Imaginary Western: making the ideal oater: Part 2

Indians don’t attack at night

Italian westerns

Judge and jury

Landscape: Western settings

Lawmen

Lincoln NM

Locations: Western settings

Longmire quiz : 1. questions

Longmire quiz : 2. answers

Lost Westerns

Marston three-barrel derringer-style pistols

Monument Valley photo

Native Americans in Westerns

Noir: noir comes to the Western

Non-American Westerns

Oregon Trail, The

Philosophy and the Western

Pinkertons: Western detectives

Playbill Western typeface

Preachers

Quick on the draw

Railroads

Rangers: the Texas Rangers in fact and fiction

Regal Films: the Westerns

Rodeo and the Western

Saloons

Self-sufficient Western heroes

Sharps rifles and carbines

Shooting lessons

Sidekicks

Soundtracks: Western film music

Spaghetti westerns

Stagecoaches

Texas Rangers, in fact and fiction

Titles of Westerns

TV Westerns, Part 1/3: the early days

TV Westerns, Part 2/3: the glory days

TV Westerns, Part 3/3: the decline (but not fall)

Villains: the Western bad guys

Visiting the West

Wagon-train Westerns: an overview

WESTERN BOOKS

Western collectibles

Western stories

Western watching

Westerns: what are they?

Westerns in the 1920s

What is a Western?

Where do JAW readers come from?

Women in Westerns

 

As The Crow Flies, novel by Craig Johnson

Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, The (Warner Bros, 2007)

At Gunpoint (AA, 1955)

Auction Sale of Run Down Ranch, The (Selig Polyscope, 1915)

Avenging Angel (Hallmark TV, 2007)

Avenging Angel, The (TNT TV, 1995)

 

B

 

Baca: Elfego Baca, Mexican-American gunman

Back to the Future, Part III (Universal, 1990)

Badland (Cinedigm, 2019)

Backlash (Universal, 1956)

Bad Buck of Santa Ynez (Mutual Film, 1915)

Bad Company (Paramount, 1972)

Bad Day at Black Rock (MGM, 1955)

Bad guys: the Western villain

Bad Jim (21st Century, 1990)

Bad Lands (RKO, 1939)

Bad Man of Deadwood (Republic, 1941)

Badge of Marshal Brennan, The (AA, 1957)

Badlanders, The (MGM, 1958)

Badlands of Dakota (Universal, 1941)

Badman’s Country (Warner Bros, 1958)

Badman’s Territory (RKO, 1946)

Ballad of Buster Scruggs, The (Netflix TV, 2018)

Ballad of Cable Hogue, The (Warner Bros, 1970)

Ballad of Gregorio Cortez, The (PBS/Embassy, 1982/83)

Ballad of Lefty Brown, The (A24, 2017)

Ballad of Little Jo, The (Polygram, 1993)

Ballard: the Westerns of cinematographer Lucien Ballard

Bandidas (Europacorp, 2005)

Bandido (United Artists, 1956)

Bandit Queen (Lippert, 1950)

Bandolero! (Fox, 1968)

Bank Robbery, The (Oklahoma Natural Mutoscene Company, 1908)

Bankers and bank robberies

Bar-20, novel by Clarence E Mulford

Barbarosa (Universal, 1982)

Barbary Coast (United Artists, 1935)

Bargain, The (Paramount, 1914)

Baron of Arizona, The (Lippert, 1950)

Barquero (Universal, 1970)

Barry: the Westerns of Don ‘Red’ Barry

Bass: Sam Bass, outlaw, in fact and fiction

Bastard’s Crossing (Running Wild Films, 2021)

Baths

Battle at Apache Pass, The (Universal, 1952)

Battle of Elderbush Gulch, The (Biograph, 1913)

Battle of Rogue River (Columbia, 1954)

Battles of Chief Pontiac (Realart, 1952)

Bean: Judge Roy Bean in fact and fiction

Bear River Tom Smith, lawman

Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend, The (Fox, 1949)

Beery: the Westerns of Noah Beery Jr

Beguiled, The (Universal, 1971)

Belle of the Yukon (RKO, 1944)

Belle Starr (CBS TV, 1980)

Belle Starr (Fox, 1941)

Belle Starr’s Daughter (Fox, 1948)

Bend of the River (Universal, 1952)

Best of the Badmen (RKO, 1951)

Better than a dead fish

Bettger: the Westerns of Lyle Bettger

Big Boy Rides Again (Beacon, 1935)

Big Country, The (United Artists, 1958)

Big Hand for the Little Lady, A (Warner Bros, 1966)

Big Jake (NGP, 1971)

Big Kill (Archstone, 2019)

Big Land, The (Warner Bros, 1957)

Big Sky, The (RKO, 1952)

Big Stampede, The (Warner Bros, 1932)

Big Trail, The (Fox, 1930)

Big Trees, The (Warner Bros, 1952)

Billy the Kid (MGM, 1930)

Billy the Kid (MGM, 1941)

Billy the Kid (MGM Epix, 2022)

Billy the Kid 1: early days

Billy the Kid 2: from boy to outlaw

Billy the Kid 3: Tunstall vs the House

Billy the Kid 4: war in Lincoln County

Billy the Kid 5: climax of the Lincoln County War

Billy the Kid 6: Billy betrayed

Billy the Kid 7: wanted outlaw

Billy the Kid 8: Pat Garrett

Billy the Kid 9: the death

Billy the Kid 10: Billy in fact and fiction

Billy the Kid in Santa Fe (PRC, 1941)

Billy the Kid in Texas (PRC, 1940)

Billy the Kid Returns (Republic, 1938)

Billy the Kid Trapped (PRC, 1942)

Billy the Kid Western Annual

Billy the Kid will not receive a posthumous pardon

Billy the Kid’s Gun Justice (PRC, 1940)

Billy the Kid’s screen portrayals

Billy the Kid’s Smoking Guns (PRC, 1942)

Billy the Kid versus Dracula (Embassy, 1966)

Billy Two Hats (United Artists, 1974)

Birth of a Nation, The (David W Griffith, 1915)

Bison: the buffalo as Western icon

Bite the Bullet (Columbia, 1975)

Black Aces (Universal, 1937)

Black Dakotas, The (Columbia, 1954)

Black Horse Canyon (Universal, 1954)

Black Jack Ketchum

Black Hat Jack, novel by Joe R Lansdale

Black Patch (Warner Bros, 1957)

Black Spurs (Paramount, 1965)

Black Whip, The (Fox, 1956)

Blackthorn (Magnolia Pictures, 2011)

Blazing Across the Pecos (Columbia, 1948)

Blazing Arrows (an episode of TV Custer)

Blazing Arrows (Paramount, 1931)

Blazing Justice (Spectrum, 1936)

Blazing Saddles (Warner Bros, 1974)

Blind Justice (HBO TV, 1994)

Blocker: the Westerns of Dan Blocker

Blood and Thunder, history, by Hampton Sides

Blood Country (Running Wild, 2017)

Blood Meridian or The Evening Redness in the West, novel by Cormac McCarthy

Blood Money aka El kárate, el Colt y el impostor (Champion Films, 1974)

Blood on the Arrow (AA, 1964)

Blood on the Moon (RKO, 1948)

Blood on the Moon, film study by Alan K Rode

Blood River (CBS TV, 1991)

Bloody West: Infamous Legends, videogame (Seal Games)

Blue Blazes Rawden (Paramount, 1918)

Blue Steel (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)

Boetticher: Budd Boetticher’s Westerns

Bone Tomahawk (Caliber Media Company, 2015)

BOOKS: Western books reviewed

Boot Hill (San Marco SPA, 1969)

Boot Hill Brigade (Republic, 1937)

Border Patrol (United Artists, 1943)

Border River (Universal, 1954)

Border Shootout (TNT, 1990)

Born to the Saddle (Astor Pictures Corporation, 1953)

Born to the West aka Hell Town (Paramount, 1937)

Bounty (Stage Hand Films, 2009)

Bounty Hunter, The (Warner Bros, 1954)

Bounty Hunters

Bounty Hunters, The, novel by Elmore Leonard

Bounty Killer, The (Embassy Pictures, 1965)

Bounty Man, The (ABC TV, 1972)

Brand: Western writer Max Brand

Brand: the Westerns of Neville Brand

Branded (Paramount, 1950)

Bravados, The (Fox, 1958)

Brave Warrior (Columbia, 1952)

Bravos, The (ABC TV, 1972)

Breakheart Pass (United Artists, 1975)

Brennan: the Westerns of Walter Brennan

Bride Comes to Yellow Sky, The (RKO, 1952)

Bridger: Jim Bridger in fact and fiction

Bridges: the Westerns of Lloyd Bridges

Brigham Young: Frontiersman (Fox, 1940)

Brimstone (Momentum Pictures, 2016)

Brimstone (Republic, 1949)

Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia (United Artists, 1974)

Broadway to Cheyenne (Monogram, 1932)

Broken Arrow (Fox, 1950)

Broken Lance (Fox, 1954)

Broken Land, The (Fox, 1962)

Broken Star, The (United Artists, 1956)

Broken Trail (Butcher’s Run Films, 2006)

Bronco Buster (Universal, 1952)

Bronson: Charles Bronson’s Westerns

Brother Outlaw aka Rimase uno solo e fu la morte per tutti (Transworld Films, 1971)

Brown: the Westerns of producer Harry Joe Brown

Brynner: the Westerns of Yul Brynner

Buchanan Rides Alone (Columbia, 1958)

Buchanan: the Westerns of Edgar Buchanan

Buck and the Preacher (Columbia, 1972)

Bucking Broadway (Universal, 1917)

Buckner: the Westerns of producer/writer Robert Buckner

Buckskin Frontier (United Artists, 1943)

Buckskin Lady, The (United Artists, 1957)

Budgets of Westerns

Bufalo Bill, song by Francesco De Gregori

Buffalo Bill

Buffalo Bill (Fox, 1944)

Buffalo Bill (PBS TV documentary, 2008)

Buffalo Bill and His Wild West, biography/history, by Joseph Rosa and Robin May

Buffalo Bill and the Indians, or Sitting Bull’s History Lesson (United artists, 1976)

Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, WY

Buffalo Girls (CBS TV, 1995)

Buffalo Stampede aka The Thundering Herd (Paramount, 1933)

Buffalo: the American bison as Western icon

Bugles in the Afternoon (Warner Bros, 1952)

Bugles in the Afternoon, novel by Ernest Haycox

Bullet for a Badman (Universal, 1964)

Bullet for the General, A, aka El Chuncho aka ¿Quien Sabe? (Argent Films, 1966)

Bullet from God, A (Golan-Globus, 1976)

Bullet is Waiting, A (Columbia, 1954)

Bullwhip (AA, 1958)

Buntline: the Colt Buntline Special

Burning Hills, The (Warner Bros, 1956)

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (HBO TV, 2007)

Bushwhackers, The (Realart Pictures, 1951)

Butch and Sundance: The Early Days (Fox, 1979)

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (Fox, 1969)

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid in fact and on the screen

Buy your own Western town

B-Westerns

 

C

 

Cactus Jack aka The Villain (Columbia, 1979)

Cactus Jim (Selig Polyscope, 1915)

Cactus Kid, The (Columbia, 1930)

Cahill, US Marshal (Warner Bros, 1973)

Calamity Jane (Warner Bros, 1953)

Calamity Jane and Sam Bass (Universal, 1949)

Calamity Jane: Martha Jane Canary, or Cannary, in fact and fiction

Calhoun: the Westerns of Rory Calhoun

California (Paramount, 1947)

California Conquest(Columbia, 1952

California Passage (Republic, 1950)

Call of Justice, The (Equity British Films, 1946)

Canada: the American Western north of the border

Canadian Pacific (Fox, 1949)

Canadians, The (Fox, 1961)

Canines: dogs in Westerns

Canliss, an episode of Rawhide (CBS TV, 1964)

Cannary, or Canary, Martha Jane, ‘Calamity Jane’, in fact and fiction

Cannon for Cordoba (United Artists, 1970)

Canutt: the great stuntman Yakima Canutt

Canyon Passage (Universal, 1946)

Canyon River (AA, 1956)

Captain Apache (Scotia International, 1971)

Captivity narrative: taken by Indians

Capture, The (RKO, 1950)

Cariboo Trail, The (Fox, 1950)

Carry On Cowboy (Anglo-Amalgamated, 1965)

Cars in Westerns

Carson City (Warner Bros, 1952)

Carson City Kid, The (Republic, 1940)

Carson: Kit Carson in fact and fiction

Cassidy: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid in fact and fiction

Cassidy of Bar 20 (Paramount, 1938)

Cast a Long Shadow (United Artists, 1959)

Cat Ballou (Columbia, 1965)

Catch the Bullet (Lionsgate, 2001)

Catlow (MGM, 1971)

Cattle: the cattle Western

Cattle Annie and Little Britches (Universal, 1981)

Cattle Drive (Universal, 1951)

Cattle Empire (Fox, 1958)

Cattle King (MGM, 1963)

Cattle Queen of Montana (RKO, 1954)

Cavalier in Buckskin: George Armstrong Custer, history, by Robert M Utley

Cavalry Charge, re-release title of The Last Outpost (Paramount, 1951)

Cavalry Scout (Monogram, 1951)

Cave of Outlaws (Universal, 1951)

C-Bar (C-Bar Production Company, 2015)

C’è Sartana… vendi la pistola e comprati la bara (Colt Produzioni, 1970)

Celluloid Alamo: 1 The early silent movies

Celluloid Alamo: 2 (With) Davy Crockett at the Fall of the Alamo (Sunset Productions/Aywon Film, 1926)

Celluloid Alamo: 3 Heroes of the Alamo (Sunset Productions, 1937 and Columbia, 1938)

Celluloid Alamo: 4 The Man from the Alamo (Universal, 1953)

Celluloid Alamo: 5 Davy Crockett: King of the Wild Frontier (Buena Vista, 1955)

Celluloid Alamo: 6 The Last Command (Republic, 1955)

Celluloid Alamo: 7  The Alamo (UA, 1960)

Celluloid Alamo: 8 The Alamo … Thirteen Days to Glory (NBC TV, 1987)

Celluloid Alamo: 9 The Alamo (Buena Vista, 2004)

Cemeteries, funerals and undertakers

Chacon: Augustine (or Augustin) Chacon, turn of the century outlaw

Charge at Feather River, The (Warner Bros, 1953)

Chato’s Land (Unitd Artists, 1972)

Cherokee Kid, The (HBO TV, 1996)

Cherokee Strip (Paramount, 1940)

Cheyenne (Warner Bros, 1947)

Cheyenne Autumn (Warner Bros, 1964)

Cheyenne Social Club, The (NGP, 1970)

Cheyenne Warrior (TV, 1994)

Chief Crazy Horse (Universal, 1955)

Children of the Dust (CBS TV, 1995)

China 9, Liberty 37 (AA, 1978)

Chino (IRC, 1976)

Chisum (Warner Bros, 1970)

Chisum: cattle baron John Chisum

Christmas in Absaroka County and Messenger, short stories by Craig Johnson

Chuka (Paramount, 1967)

Cimarron (MGM, 1960)

Cimarron (RKO, 1931)

Cimarron Kid, The (Universal, 1952)

Cimarron Strip (CBS TV, 1967-8)

Cinema Speculation by Quentin Tarantino: Tarantino on Westerns

Cinematographers. The Westerns of:

Ballard: Lucien Ballard

Cronjager: Edward Cronjager

Howe: James Wong Howe

Musuraca: Nicholas Musuraca

Surtees: Robert and Bruce Surtees

 

Cities of the Plain, novel by Cormac McCarthy

City of Bad Men (Fox, 1953)

City Slickers (Columbia, 1991)

Clay Allison, gunman

Cleef: the Westerns of Lee Van Cleef

Cloudy in the West, novel by Elmer Kelton

Clum: John P Clum in fact and fiction

Coburn: the Westerns of James Coburn

Cochise in fact and fiction

Cody, William Frederick, ‘Buffalo Bill’

Cold Dish, The, novel by Craig Johnson

Cold Mountain (Miramax, 2003)

Colère des Justes, La, novel by Raoul Walsh

Cole Younger, by Himself, autobiography

Cole Younger, Gunfighter (AA, 1958)

Collectibles: desirable props

Color Westerns

Colorado Sundown (Republic, 1952)

Colorado Territory (Warner Bros, 1949)

Colt .45 (Warner Bros, 1950)

Colt .45: the handgun of choice

Colt Buntline Special: did it exist?

Colt, The (Hallmark TV, 2005)

Colter Craven Story, The, episode of Wagon Train (NBC TV, 1960)

Columbia Pictures: the Westerns

Column South (Universal, 1953)

Comanche (United Artists, 1956)

Comanche Moon (CBS TV, 2008)

Comanche Moon, novel by Larry McMurtry

Comanche Station (Columbia, 1960)

Comanche Territory (Universal, 1950)

Comancheros, The (Fox, 1961)

Come On, Rangers! (Republic, 1938)

Comeback Trail, The (Netflix, 2020)

Comes a Horseman (United Artists, 1978)

Command, The (Warner Bros, 1954)

Company of Heroes: My Life as an Actor in the John Ford Stock Company, by Harry Carey, Jr.

Complete Western Stories of Elmore Leonard, The

Conagher, novel by Louis L’Amour

Conagher (TNT, 1991)

Conquest of Cheyenne (Republic, 1946)

Conquest of Cochise (Columbia, 1953)

Convict Stage (Fox, 1965)

Cooper: Coop, the Westerns of Gary Cooper

Copper Canyon (Paramount, 1950)

Copper Sky (Fox, 1957)

Coroner Creek (Columbia, 1948)

Coroner Creek, novel by Luke Short

Counting Bullets (Running Wild Films, 2021)

Count Three and Pray (Columbia, 1955)

Court-Martial of George Armstrong Custer, The (NBC TV, 1977)

Covered Wagon, The (Paramount, 1923)

Cowboy (Columbia, 1958)

Cowboys & Aliens (Universal, 2011)

Cowboys & Indians (Screen Media Films, 2011)

Cowboys & Zombies aka The Dead and the Damned  (Mattia Borrani Productions, 2011)

Cowboys from Texas (Republic, 1939)

Cowboys, The (Warner Bros, 1972)

Crazy Horse. Tȟašúŋke Witkó in SLO: a great American

Crime/Western crossover

Crimson Trail, The (Universal, 1935)

Cripple Creek (Columbia, 1952)

Cristeros (Fox, 2012)

Cronjager: the Westerns of cinematographer Edward Cronjager

Crooked Trail, The (Supreme Pictures, 1936)

Crossfire Trail (TNT TV, 2001)

Crossing, The, novel by Cormac McCarthy

Cry Blood Apache (Bronco, 1970)

CS Fly, photographer

Cuba Libre, novel by Elmore Leonard

Culpepper Cattle Company, The (Fox, 1972)

Curse of the Undead (Universal, 1958)

Custer in the early talkies

Custer of the West (Security Pictures, 1967)

Custer on TV

Custer: George Armstrong Custer, history, by Robert M Utley

Custer’s Last Fight (Mutual Film, 1912)

Custer’s Last Stand (PBS documentary, 2012)

 

D

 

Da Uomo a Uomo aka Death Rides a Horse (United Artists, 1968)

Dakota (Republic, 1945)

Dakota Incident (Republic, 1956)

Dakota Lil (Fox, 1950)

Dallas (Warner Bros, 1950)

Dallas Stoudenmire, gunman marshal

Daltons: the Dalton brothers gang in fact and fiction

Dalton Gang, The (Lippert, 1949)

Daltons’ Women, The (Western Adventures Productions, 1950)

Dan Candy’s Law aka Alien Thunder (Onyx Films, 1974)

Dances With Wolves (MGM, 1990)

Dark Command (Republic, 1940)

Dark Horse, The, novel by Craig Johnson

Daves: The Westerns of Delmer Daves

Davy Crockett at the Fall of the Alamo (Aywon Films, 1926)

Davy Crockett, Indian Scout (United Artists, 1950)

Dawn at Socorro (Universal, 1954)

Dawn Rider (Nasser Group, 2012)

Dawn Rider, The (Lone Star/Monogram, 1935)

Day of Anger aka I giorni dell’ira (NGP, 1967)

Day of Fury, A (Universal, 1956)

Day of the Badman (Universal, 1958)

Day of the Evil Gun (MGM, 1968)

Day of the Outlaw (United Artists, 1959)

Days of Jesse James (Republic, 1939)

De Toth: the Westerns of director and writer André De Toth

Dead and the Damned, The, aka Cowboys & Zombies (Mattia Borrani Productions, 2011)

Dead for a Dollar (Universal, 2022)

Dead Man (Miramax, 1995)

Dead Man’s Revenge (USA Network, 1994)

Dead Man’s Walk (novel, 1995 and TV mini-series, ABC TV, 1996)

Deadly Companions, The (Paramount, 1961)

Deadly Peacemaker (United Artists, 1955)

Deadly Trackers, The (Warner Bros, 1973)

Deadwood (HBO TV, 2004 – 2006)

Deadwood ’76 (Fairway, 1965)

Deadwood, novel by Pete Dexter

Deadwood: The Movie (HBO TV, 2019)

Death of a Gunfighter (Universal, 1969)

Death Rides a Horse aka Da Uomo a Uomo (United Artists, 1968)

Death Without Company, novel by Craig Johnson

Debt of Honor, novel by Luke Short

Decision at Sundown (Columbia, 1957)

Deerslayer, The (Fox, 1957)

Definition of the Western

Dehner: the Westerns of John Dehner

Delmer Daves, the Westerns

DeMille: Cecil B DeMille’s Westerns

Dentist, The (MBR Films, 2020)

Denver and Rio Grande (Paramount, 1952)

Deputy Marshal (Lippert, 1949)

Dern: Western bad guy Bruce Dern

Derringers

Desert Flight, a Budd Boetticher-directed episode of Zane Grey Theatre

Desert Passage (RKO, 1952)

Desert Trail, The (Lone Star/Monogram, 1935)

Deserter, The (Paramount, 1971)

Desolation Canyon (Hallmark TV, 2006)

Desperado (Columbia, 1995)

Desperado (NBC TV, 1987)

Desperado, The (AA, 1954)

Desperadoes, The (Columbia, 1943)

Desperados, The (Columbia, 1969)

Desperate Mission, The (NBC TV, 1969)

Desperate Riders (Lionsgate, 2022)

Desperate Trail, The (Turner TV, 1994)

Destry (Universal, 1954)

Destry Rides Again (Universal, 1939)

Devil’s Canyon (RKO, 1953)

Devil’s Doorway (MGM, 1950)

Diamante Lobo (Golan-Globus, 1976)

Directors. The Westerns of:

Boetticher: Budd Boetticher

Daves: Delmer Daves

DeMille: Cecil B DeMille

De Toth: André De Toth

Douglas : Gordon Douglas

Ford : Francis Ford

Ford : John Ford

Hathaway: Henry Hathaway

Hawks: Howard Hawks

Ince: Thomas H Ince

Kane: Joseph Kane

Kennedy: Burt Kennedy

Lupino: Ida Lupino

Mann: Anthony Mann

Maté: Rudolph Maté

Peckinpah: Sam Peckinpah

Selander: Lesley Selander

Sherman: George Sherman

Sholem: Lee ‘Roll em’ Sholem

Sturges: John Sturges

Tourneur: Jacques Tourneur

Walsh: Raoul Walsh

Warren: Charles Marquis Warren

Wellman: William A Wellman

Wyler: William Wyler

 

DPs. The Westerns of:

 

Ballard: Lucien Ballard

Cronjager: Edward Cronjager

Howe: James Wong Howe

Musuraca: Nicholas Musuraca

Surtees: Robert and Bruce Surtees

 

Darkening Trail, The (Mutual Film, 1915)

Davy Crockett: King of the Wild Frontier (Buena Vista, 1955)

Dirty Little Billy (United Artists, 1972)

Disciple, The (Triangle/Kay-Bee, 1915)

Distant Drums (Warner Bros, 1951)

Distant Trumpet, A (Warner Brothers, 1964)

Django (Argent, 1966)

Django Unchained (Columbia, 2012)

Doc (United Artists, 1971)

Doc Holliday, gambler,dentist, gunman

Doc West (RTI, 2009)

Dodge City (Warner Bros, 1939)

Dogs

Domino Kid (Columbia, 1957)

Don’t Touch the White Woman (Roissy Films, 1974)

Doolins of Oklahoma, The (Columbia, 1949)

Douglas: the Westerns of director Gordon Douglas

Douglas: the Westerns of Kirk Douglas

Dragoon Wells Massacre (AA, 1957)

Drango (United Artists, 1957)

Draw! (HBO, 1984)

Drum Beat (Warner Bros, 1954)

Drums Across the River (Universal, 1954)

Drums Along the Mohawk (Fox, 1939)

Drums in the Deep South (RKO, 1951)

Duck, You Sucker aka A Fistful of Dynamite aka Giù la Testa (United Artists, 1972)

Duel at Diablo (United Artists, 1966)

Duel at Silver Creek, The (Universal, 1952)

Duel in the Sun (Selznick Releasing Organization, 1946)

Duel on the Mississippi (Columbia, 1955)

Duel, The (Lionsgate, 2016)

 

E

 

E poi lo chiamarono il magnifico aka Man of the East (Jadran Film, 1972)

Eastwood: the Westerns of Clint

1883 (MTV/Paramount+, 2022)

El Chuncho aka A Bullet for the General aka ¿Quien Sabe? (Argent Films, 1966)

El Dorado (Paramount, 1967)

El kárate, el Colt y el impostor aka Blood Money (Champion Films, 1974)

El Paso (Paramount, 1949)

Elam: the Westerns of Jack Elam

End of the West: nostalgia in the Western

English, The (Amazon/BBC, 2022)

Enter The Lone Ranger (ABC TV, 1947)

Ernest Haycox, writer

Escape from Five Shadows, novel by Elmore Leonard

Escape from Fort Bravo (MGM, 1953)

Escape from Red Rock (Fox, 1957)

Escort West (United Artists, 1958)

Essays: aspects of the Western: articles on themes, plots and characteristics of the Western movie:

Alone: the lone cowboy

American Indians in Westerns

American Westerns north of the border – Canadian oaters

American Westerns south of the border – Mexican oaters

Apaches

Bankers and bank robberies

Baths

Better than a dead fish

Bison: the buffalo as Western icon

Bounty hunters

Budgets of Westerns

Buffalo: the American bison as Western icon

Buntline: the Colt Buntline Special

Buy your own Western town

B-Westerns

Canada: the American Western north of the border

Canines: dogs in Westerns

Captivity narrative: taken by Indians

Cars in Westerns

Cattle

Cemeteries, funerals and undertakers

Collectibles: desirable props

Color Westerns

Colt .45: the handgun of choice

Colt Buntline Special: did it exist?

Crime/Western crossover

Definition of the Western

Derringers

Dogs

End of the West: nostalgia in the Western

Eurowesterns

Even farther West

Fastest gun in the West

Film music: Western soundtracks

Fort Laramie

Frederick Jackson Turner’s Frontier Thesis

Frontier Thesis of Frederick Jackson Turner

Gangster movies and Westerns

Geography: Western settings

Hanging

Hats: essential cowboy gear

Heavies: the Western bad guy

Horses: the cowboy’s pal

Imaginary Western: making the ideal oater: Part 1

Imaginary Western: making the ideal oater: Part 2

Indians don’t attack at night

Italian westerns

Judge and jury

Landscape: Western settings

Lawmen

Lincoln NM

Locations: Western settings

Longmire quiz : 1. questions

Longmire quiz : 2. answers

Lost Westerns

Marston three-barrel derringer-style pistols

Monument Valley photo

Native Americans in Westerns

Noir: noir comes to the Western

Non-American Westerns

Oregon Trail, The

Philosophy and the Western

Pinkertons: Western detectives

Playbill Western typeface

Preachers

Quick on the draw

Railroads

Rangers: the Texas Rangers in fact and fiction

Regal Films: the Westerns

Rodeo and the Western

Saloons

Self-sufficient Western heroes

Sharps rifles and carbines

Shooting lessons

Sidekicks

Soundtracks: Western film music

Spaghetti westerns

Stagecoaches

Texas Rangers, in fact and fiction

Titles of Westerns

TV Westerns, Part 1/3: the early days

TV Westerns, Part 2/3: the glory days

TV Westerns, Part 3/3: the decline (but not fall)

Villains: the Western bad guys

Visiting the West

Wagon-train Westerns: an overview

WESTERN BOOKS

Western collectibles

Western stories

Western watching

Westerns: what are they?

Westerns in the 1920s

What is a Western?

Where do JAW readers come from?

Women in Westerns

 

Eurowesterns

Even farther West

Eye for an Eye, An (Embassy Pictures, 1966)

 

F

 

Face of a Fugitive (Columbia, 1959)

Faillir être flingué, roman de Céline Minard

Fanciulla del West, La, play & novel by D Belasco, opera by G Puccini

Far Country, The (Universal, 1954)

Far Horizons, The (Paramount, 1955)

Fastest Gun Alive, The (MGM, 1956)

Fastest gun in the West

Ferguson: Western character actor Frank Ferguson

Fiddlefoot, novel by Luke Short

Fiend Who Walked the West, The (Fox, 1958)

Fighting Blood (Biograph, 1911)

Fighting Caballero (Superior Talking Pictures, 1935)

Fighting Caravans (Paramount, 1931)

Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe, The (CBA, 1972)

Fighting Kentuckian, The (Republic, 1949)

Fighting Lawman, The (AA, 1953)

Fighting Man of the Plains (Fox, 1949)

Fighting Redhead, The (Eagle-Lion, 1949)

Fighting Westerner, The aka Rocky Mountain Mystery (Paramount, 1935)

Film music: Western soundtracks

Find a Place to Die (Aico Films, 1968)

Finger on the Trigger (AA, 1965)

Fire in the Hole, novella by Elmore Leonard

Firecreek (Warner Bros, 1968)

Firefly/Serenity

First Fast Draw, The, novel by Louis L’Amour: Cullen Baker

First Rebel, The (RKO, 1939)

First Texan, The (AA, 1956)

First Traveling Saleslady, The (RKO, 1956)

Fistful of Dollars, A (Italy 1964, USA United Artists, 1967)

Fistful of Dynamite, A aka Duck, You Sucker aka Giù la Testa (United Artists, 1972)

Fistful of Lead (Colt Produzioni, 1970)

Five Bloody Graves (Independent-International, 1969)

Five Bold Women (Citation Films, 1960)

Five Grand (Melody Sun Group, 2016)

Five Guns to Tombstone (United Artists, 1960)

Five Guns West (ARC, 1955)

Flame of Barbary Coast (Republic, 1945)

Flaming Feather (Paramount, 1952)

Flaming Star (Fox, 1960)

Flesh and the Spur (AIP, 1956)

Flint, novel by Louis L’Amour

Fly : CS Fly, photographer

Flynn: the Westerns of Errol Flynn

Fonda: the great Western actor Henry Fonda

For a Few Dollars More (Italy 1965, USA United Artists, 1967)

Ford: Francis Ford, actor, writer and director of Westerns

Ford: Glenn Ford, Western actor

Ford: the Westerns of John Ford

Fort Apache (RKO, 1948)

Fort Bowie (United Artists, 1958)

Fort Courageous (Fox, 1965)

Fort Defiance (United Artists, 1951)

Fort Dobbs (Warner Bros, 1958)

Fort Invincible aka Only the Valiant (Warner Bros, 1951)

Fort Laramie

Fort Massacre (United Artists, 1958)

Fort Osage (Monogram, 1952)

Fort Ti (Columbia, 1953)

Fort Utah (Paramount, 1967)

Fort Vengeance (AA, 1953)

Fort Worth (Warner Bros, 1951)

Fort Yuma (United Artists, 1955)

Forty Guns (Fox, 1957)

Forty Lashes Less One, novel by Elmore Leonard

Four Faces West (United Artists, 1948)

Four Fast Guns (Universal, 1960)

Four Guns to the Border (Universal, 1954)

Four of the Apocalypse (Coralta, 1975)

Four Rode Out (California Pictures, 1970)

Fox: the Westerns of 20th Century Fox

Frank and Jesse (HBO TV, 1995)

Frederick Jackson Turner’s Frontier Thesis

Frenchie (Universal, 1950)

Friendly Persuasion (AA, 1956)

Friends of Pancho Villa, The, novel by James Carlos Blake

Frisco Kid, The (Warner Bros, 1979)

From Hell to Texas (Fox, 1958)

From Noon Till Three (United Artists, 1976)

Frontier (Netflix TV, 2016)

Frontier Badmen (Universal, 1943)

Frontier Doctor, A, memoir by Henry F Hoyt

Frontier Gal (Universal, 1945)

Frontier Gun (Fox, 1958)

Frontier Marshal (Fox, 1939)

Frontier Scout (United Artists, 1956)

Frontier Thesis of Frederick Jackson Turner

Frontier Uprising (United Artists, 1961)

Furies, The (Paramount, 1950)

Furies, The, novel by Niven Busch

Fury aka Thunderhoof (Columbia, 1948)

Fury at Gunsight Pass (Columbia, 1956)

Fury at Furnace Creek (Fox, 1948)

Fury at Showdown (United Artists, 1957)

 

G

 

Gal Who Took the West, The (Universal, 1949)

Gallant Legion, The (Republic, 1948)

Gallowwalkers (Boundless Pictures, 2012)

Gambler from Natchez, The (Fox, 1954)

Gangster movies and Westerns

Garden of Evil (Fox, 1954)

Garfield: Western novelist and movie guide writer Brian Garfield

Garrett: Pat Garrett in fact and fiction

Gatling Gun (Fox, 1954)

Gatling Gun, The (Broadway/Ellman, 1971)

Gay Amigo, The (United Artists, 1949)

Général Custer, Le, une légende américaine (TV,  2012)

Geography: Western settings

Geronimo (Paramount, 1939)

Geronimo (TNT TV, 1993)

Geronimo (United Artists, 1962)

Geronimo and the Apache Resistance (PBS TV documentary, 1988)

Geronimo: An American Legend (Columbia, 1993)

Geronimo: the Apache leader Goyaałe in fact and on the screen

Ghost Rider, The (Superior Talking Pictures, 1935)

Ghost Town (United Artists, 1956)

Girl of the Golden West, The, play & novel by D Belasco, opera by G Puccini

Giù la Testa aka Duck, You Sucker aka A Fistful of Dynamite (United Artists, 1972)

Givens, Raylan

Glory (Columbia, 1989)

Glory Guys, The (United Artists, 1965)

Go West (Metro-Goldwyn, 1925)

Go West (MGM, 1940)

Go West, Young Lady (Columbia, 1941)

God’s Gun (Golan-Globus, 1976)

Godless (Netflix TV, 2017)

Goin’ South (Paramount, 1978)

Gold of the Seven Saints (Warner Bros, 1961)

Gone to Texas aka Houston: The Legend of Texas (CBS TV, 1986)

Gone to Texas, novel by Forrest Carter

Good Bad Man, The (Triangle Distributing, 1916)

Good Day for a Hanging (Columbia, 1959)

Good Guys and the Bad Guys, The (Warner Bros, 1969)

Good, the Bad and the Ugly, The (Italy 1966, USA United Artists, 1967)

Good, The Bad, The Weird, The aka Joheunnom nabbeunnom isanghannom (Barunson, 2008)

Goodnight for Justice: Queen of Hearts (Hallmark TV, 2013)

Gordon: Leo Gordon, Western heavy

Gore Vidal’s Billy the Kid (TNT TV, 1989)

Great Day in the Morning (RKO, 1956)

Great Jesse James Raid, The (Lippert, 1953)

Great K & A Train Robbery, The (Fox, 1926)

Great Man’s Lady, The (Paramount, 1942)

Great Missouri Raid, The (Paramount, 1951)

Great Northfield Minnesota Raid, The (Universal, 1972)

Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday, The (AIP, 1976)

Great Silence, The/Il Grande Silenzio (Fox, 1968)

Great Sioux Massacre, The (Columbia, 1965)

Great Sioux Uprising, The (Universal, 1953)

Great Train Robbery, The (Edison, 1903)

Greene: the Westerns of Lorne Greene

Grey Fox, The (Mercury Pictures, 1982)

Grey: Western writer Zane Grey

Griffith: Western character actor James Griffith

Gruber: some Western novels by Frank Gruber

Guardian of the Wilderness aka Mountain Main (Sunn Classic Pictures, 1976)

Gun and the Pulpit, The (ABC TV, 1974)

Gun Battle at Monterey (AA, 1957)

Gun Belt (United Artists, 1953)

Gun Duel in Durango (United Artists, 1957)

Gun Fight (United Artists, 1961)

Gun for a Coward (Universal, 1957)

Gun Fury (Columbia, 1953)

Gun Glory (MGM, 1957)

Gun Hawk, The (AA, 1963)

Gun Street (United Artists, 1961)

Gun that Won the West, The (Columbia, 1955)

Gun the Man Down aka Arizona Mission (United Artists, 1956)

Gun Trouble Valley (TV pilot, 1956)

Gundown, The (Silver Bullet, 2011)

Gunfight at Black Horse Canyon (Universal, 1961)

Gunfight at Comanche Creek (AA, 1963)

Gunfight at Dodge City, The (United Artists, 1959)

Gunfight at the OK Corral (Paramount, 1957)

Gunfight in Abilene (Universal, 1967)

Gunfight, A (Paramount, 1972)

Gunfighter’s Pledge, A (Hallmark, 2008)

Gunfighter, The, aka The Gun Fighter (Kay-Bee/Triangle, 1917)

Gunfighter, The (Fox, 1950)

Gunfighter, The (Six Shooter Films, 2013)

Gunfighter, The (Melody Sun Group, 2016)

Gunfighter, The, history, by Joseph G Rosa

Gunfighter’s Moon (Rysher Entertainment, 1995)

Gunfighters (Columbia, 1947)

Gunfire (Lippert, 1950)

Gunman’s Rhapsody, novel by Robert B Parker

Gunman’s Walk (Columbia, 1958)

Gunmen from Laredo (Columbia, 1959)

Gunplay (RKO, 1951)

Gunpoint (Universal, 1966)

Guns of a Stranger (Universal, 1973)

Guns of Diablo (MGM, 1965)

Guns of Fort Petticoat, The (Columbia, 1957)

Guns of Hate (RKO, 1948)

Guns of the Magnificent Seven (United Artists, 1969)

Guns of the Revolution aka Rain for a Dusty Summer (USA VHS, 1971

Guns of the Timberland (Warner Bros, 1960)

Guns of the Timberlands, novel by Louis L’Amour

Gunsight Ridge (United Artists, 1957)

Gunsights, novel by Elmore Leonard

Gunslinger (AIC, 1956)

Gunsmoke (Universal, 1953)

Gunsmoke in Tucson (AA, 1958)

 

H

 

Half-Breed, The (Triangle Distributing, 1916)

Hallelujah Trail, The (United Artists, 1965)

Halliday Brand, The (United Artists, 1957)

Hang ‘em High (United Artists, 1968)

Hanged Man, The (ABC TV, 1974)

Hanging

Hanging Tree, The (Warner Bros, 1959)

Hangman, The (Paramount, 1959)

Hangman’s Knot (Columbia, 1952)

Hannah Lee: An American Primitive (Realart Pictures, 1953)

Hannah’s Law (Hallmark TV, 2012)

Hannie Caulder (Paramount, 1971)

Hard Man, The (Columbia, 1957)

Hard Money, novel by Luke Short

Harder They Fall, The (Netflix TV, 2021)

Hardin, John Wesley, Texas serial killer

Harry Carey Sr: the Westerns

Harry Tracy (Castle Hill, 1982)

Hart: William S Hart, king of the silent Western

Hateful Eight, The (Columbia, 2015)

Hatfields & McCoys (History Channel TV, 2012)

Hathaway: the Westerns of Henry Hathaway

Hats: essential cowboy gear

Hawk, The (Affiliated Pictures, 1935)

Hawk, The aka Ride Him, Cowboy (Warner Bros, 1932)

Hawks: the Westerns of Howard Hawks

Haycox: writer of Western stories Ernest Haycox

Hayden: The Westerns of Sterling Hayden

He Rides Tall (Universal, 1964)

Heart of an Indian, The (Unicorn Film Service, 1912)

Heart of Texas Ryan, The (Exclusive Features Inc, 1917)

Heartland (Levitt-Pickman, 1979)

Hearts of the West (MGM, 1975)

Heaven with a Gun (MGM, 1969)

Heavies: the Western bad guy

Hell Bent (Universal, 1918)

Hell Bent for Leather (Universal, 1960)

Hell is Empty, novel by Craig Johnson

Hell on the Border (Lionsgate, 2019)

Hell on Wheels (AMC TV, 2011 – 2016)

Hell Town aka Born to the West (Paramount, 1937)

Hell’s Crossroads (Republic, 1957)

Hell’s Heroes (Universal, 1929)

Heller in Pink Tights (Paramount, 1960)

Hellgate (Lippert, 1952)

Hell’s Hinges (Kay-Bee Pictures, 1916)

Heritage of the Desert (Paramount, 1932)

Heroes of the Alamo (Sunset Productions, 1937 and Columbia, 1938)

Heston Westerns: Charlton Heston rides the range

Hickok (Cinedigm media, 2017)

Hickok: the life of James Butler ‘Wild Bill’ Hickok

Hidalgo (Buena Vista, 2004)

High Lonesome (Eagle-Lion, 1950)

High Noon (United Artists, 1952)

High Noon in Lincoln, history, by Robert M Utley

High Noon, Part II: The Return of Will Kane (CBS TV, 1980)

High Plains Drifter (Universal, 1973)

High Vermilion, novel by Luke Short

High, Wide and Handsome (Paramount, 1937)

Hi-Lo Country, The (Polygram, 1998)

Hired Gun, The (MGM, 1957)

Hired Hand, The (Universal, 1971)

His Name was Madron aka Madron (Four Star Excelsior, 1970)

Holden: the Westerns of William Holden

Holt: the Westerns of producer Nat Holt

Hombre (Fox, 1967)

Hombre, novel by Elmore Leonard

Homesman, The (Europacorp, 2014)

Homesman, The, novel by Glendon Swarthout

Homesteaders of Paradise Valley (Republic, 1947)

Hondo (Warner Bros, 1953)

Hondo, novel by Louis L’Amour

Honor of the Range (Universal, 1934)

Horizons West (Universal, 1952)

Horn: Tom Horn in fact and fiction

Horse Soldiers, The (United Artists, 1959)

Horses: the cowboy’s pal

Hostile Guns (Paramount, 1967)

Hostiles (ESMP, 2017)

Hour of the Gun (United Artists, 1967)

Houston: The Legend of Texas aka Gone to Texas (CBS TV, 1986)

How the West Was Won (MGM, 1962)

Howe: the Westerns of  cinematographer James Wong Howe

Hud (Paramount, 1963)

Hudson: the Westerns of Rock Hudson

Hunting Party, The (United Artists, 1971)

 

I

 

I giorni dell’ira aka Day of Anger (NGP, 1967)

I Killed Wild Bill Hickok (Ind, 1956)

I Married Wyatt Earp (NBC TV, 1983)

I Shot Billy the Kid (Lippert, 1950)

I Shot Jesse James (Lippert, 1949)

I Will Fight No More for Ever (ABC TV, 1975)

I, Tom Horn, novel by Will Henry

Idaho Kid (Colony Pictures, 1936)

Il Grande Silenzio/The Great Silence (Fox, 1968)

Imaginary Western: making the ideal oater: Part 1

Imaginary Western: making the ideal oater: Part 2

In a Valley of Violence (Universal, 2016)

In Old Arizona (Fox, 1928)

In Old California (Republic, 1942)

In Old Mexico (Paramount, 1938)

In Old Montana (Spectrum Pictures, 1939)

In Old Oklahoma aka War of the Wildcats (Republic, 1943)

In Old Santa Fe (Mascot, 1934)

In the Rogue Blood, novel by James Carlos Blake

Ince: Thomas H Ince, the Father of the Western

Indian Fighter, The (United Artists, 1955)

Indian Massacre, The (Unicorn Film Service, 1912)

Indian Paint (Eagle American, 1965)

Indian Uprising (Columbia, 1952)

Indians don’t attack at night

Indians in Westerns

International Westerns: oaters made outside the US

Intruders, The (NBC TV, 1970)

Invaders, The (Kay-Bee Pictures, 1912)

Invitation to a Gunfighter (United Artists, 1964)

Iron Brothers (Random Media, 2018)

Iron Horse, The (Fox, 1924)

Iron Sheriff, The (United Artists, 1957)

Iroquois Trail, The (United Artists, 1950)

It Can be Done, Amigo (Atlantida, 1972)

Italian westerns

 

J

 

Jack Bull, The (HBO TV, 1999)

Jack McCall, Desperado (Columbia, 1953)

Jack Slade (AA, 1953)

Jackals, The (Fox, 1967)

Jaeckel: the Westerns of Richard Jaeckel

James Brothers of Missouri, The (Republic, 1949)

Jane Got a Gun (The Weinstein Company, 2015)

Jayhawkers!, The (Paramount, 1959)

Jeff Arnold and Riders of the Range, British radio and comic hero

Jeremiah Johnson (Warner Bros, 1972)

Jesse James

Jesse James (Fox, 1939)

Jesse James (PBS TV documentary, 2006)

Jesse James at Bay (Republic, 1941)

Jesse James in 1950s B-movies

Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter (Embassy, 1966)

Jesse James on the screen: the silent movies

Jesse James on TV

Jesse James Rides Again (Republic, 1947)

Jesse James vs the Daltons (Columbia, 1954)

Jesse James: Lawman (Barnholtz Entertainment, 2015)

Jesse James: Ma James

Jesse James: subsidiary roles in the 40s

Jesse James: the books

Jesse James: the songs

Joe Dakota (Universal, 1957)

Joe Kidd (Universal, 1972)

Joe Pepper, novel by Elmer Kelton

Joheunnom nabbeunnom isanghannom aka The Good, the Bad, the Weird (Barunson, 2008)

John Larn, gunman

John Wesley Hardin, Dark Angel of Texas by Leon Metz, biography

Johnny Guitar (Republic, 1954)

Johnny Yuma (Tiger Film, 1966)

Johnson County War (Hallmark TV, 2002)

Jonah Hex (Warner Bros, 2010)

Jory (Embassy, 1973)

Joshua (Po’ Boy/Lone Star, 1976)

Journey to Shiloh (Universal, 1968)

Juarez (Warner Bros, 1939)

Jubal (Columbia, 1956)

Judge and jury

Judge Priest (Fox, 1934)

Judge Roy Bean

Judges and juries

Junior Bonner (CIN, 1972)

Junkyard Dogs, novel by Craig Johnson

Jurado: the Westerns of Katy Jurado

Just Pals (Fox, 1920)

Justice Comes to Tomahawk (Universal, 1956)

Justified (Sony Pictures TV, 2010+)

JW Coop (Columbia, 1971)

 

K

 

Kane: the Westerns of reliable director Joe Kane

Kangaroo Kid, The (Eagle-Lion, 1950)

Kansan, The (United Artists, 1943)

Kansas Pacific (AA, 1953)

Kansas Raiders (Universal, 1950)

Kennedy: Arthur Kennedy’s Westerns

Kennedy: Burt Kennedy’s Westerns

Kentuckian, The (United Artists, 1955)

Kentucky Rifle (Howco Productions, 1955)

Ketchum: outlaw Thomas E ‘Black Jack’ Ketchum

Kid from Broken Gun, The (Columbia, 1952)

Kid from Texas, The (Universal, 1950)

Kid Vengeance aka Vengeance (Golan-Gobus, 1977)

Kid, The (Lionsgate, 2019)

Killer Caliber .32 (Explorer Films, 1967)

Killer, The aka O Matador (Netflix TV, 2017)

Killoe, novel by Louis L’Amour

Kindness Goes Unpunished, novel by Craig Johnson

King and Four Queens, The (United Artists, 1956)

King of Texas (TNT TV, 2002)

King of the Pecos (Republic, 1936)

King of the Wild Stallions (AA, 1959)

Kirk Douglas, RIP

Kit Carson (United Artists, 1940)

Knight of the Trail (Mutual Film, 1915)

 

L

 

Ladd: the Westerns of Alan Ladd

Laemmle: the Westerns of Universal boss Carl Laemmle

L’Alliance brisée by Jean-Louis Leutrat: the Western in the 1920s

Lancaster: Burt Lancaster’s Westerns

Lance and the Shield, The: the Life and Times of Sitting Bull, biography, by Robert M Utley

Land Raiders (Columbia, 1969)

Landon: the Westerns of Michael Landon

Landscape: Western settings

Laramie (NBC TV, 1959 – 63)

Laramie, WY

Last Bandit, The (Republic, 1949)

Last Challenge, The (MGM, 1967)

Last Command, The (Republic, 1955)

Last Day, The (NBC TV, 1975)

Last Days of Frank and Jesse James, The (NBC TV, 1986)

Last Drop of Water, The (Biograph, 1911)

Last Frontier, The (Columbia, 1955)

Last Hard Men, The (Fox, 1976)

Last Hunt, The (MGM, 1956)

Last Man Standing (Lone Wolf, 1996)

Last Musketeer, The (Republic, 1952)

Last of the Comanches (Columbia, 1953)

Last of the Dogmen (Carolco/Pathe, 1995)

Last of the Fast Guns, The (Universal, 1958)

Last of the Mohicans, The (United Artists, 1936)

Last of the Mohicans, The (Warner Bros, 1992)

Last of the Redmen (Columbia, 1947)

Last of the Wild Horses (Screen Guild, 1948)

Last Outlaw, The (HBO TV, 1993)

Last Outpost, The (Paramount, 1951)

Last Posse, The (Columbia, 1953)

Last Ride of the Dalton Gang, The (NBC TV, 1979)

Last Samurai, The (Warner Bros, 2003)

Last Stand at Saber River, novel by Elmore Leonard and TV movie, 1997

Last Sunset, The (Universal, 1961)

Last Train from Gun Hill (Paramount, 1959)

Last Wagon, The (Fox, 1956)

Lauter: the Westerns of Harry Lauter

Law and Jake Wade, The (MGM, 1958)

Law and Lead (Colony Pictures, 1936)

Law and Order (Universal, 1932)

Law and Order (Universal, 1953)

Law at Randado, The, novel by Elmore Leonard

Law of the 45s, The (Normandy Pictures, 1935)

Law of the Badlands (RKO, 1951)

Law of the Desert Born, graphic novel by Louis L’Amour

Law of the Land (NBC TV, 1976)

Law vs Billy the Kid, The (Columbia, 1954)

Law West of Tombstone, The (RKO, 1838)

Lawbringers, The, novel by Brian Garfield

Lawless Breed, The (Universal, 1953)

Lawless Frontier, The (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)

Lawless Range (Republic, 1935)

Lawless Rider, The (United Artists, 1954)

Lawless Street, A (Columbia, 1955)

Lawless Valley (Progressive Pictures, 1934)

Lawman (United Artists, 1971)

Lawman aka The Way of the West, The Mountie, The Ranger (Travesty Productions, 2011)

Lawmen

Lawmen, The (Barber Motion Pictures, 2011)

Lead Law (Supreme Pictures, 1936)

Left Handed Gun, The (Warner Bros, 1958)

Legal Advice (Selig Polyscope, 1916)

Legend of Butch and Sundance, The (TV, 2006)

Legend of Hell’s Gate, The: An American Conspiracy (Lionsgate, 2012)

Legend of the Lone Ranger, The (Universal, 1981)

Legend of Tom Dooley, The (Columbia, 1959)

Leonard: the Westerns of writer Elmore Leonard

Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean, The (NGP, 1972)

Light in the Forest, The (Buena Vista, 1958)

Light of Western Stars, The (Paramount, 1940)

Lightning Jack (Savoy Pictures 1994)

Lincoln County War: the reality

Lincoln NM

Lippert: the Westerns of producer Robert L Lippert

Little Big Horn (Lippert, 1951)

Little Big Man & The Return of Little Big Man, novels by Thomas Berger

Little Big Man (NGP, 1970)

Lives and Legends of Buffalo Bill, The, biography, by Don Russell

Lo chiamavano Mezzogiorno aka The Man Called Noon, Un hombre llamado Noon (NGP, 1973)

Local Color on the A1 Ranch (Selig Polyscope, 1916)

Locations: Western settings

Lone Gun, The (United Artists, 1954)

Lone Hand, The (Universal, 1953)

Lone Ranger and the Lost City of Gold, The (United Artists, 1958)

Lone Ranger comics: Lines not Crossed (Dynamite, 2008)

Lone Ranger Green Hornet, Dynamite comics

Lone Ranger, The (TNT TV, 2003)

Lone Ranger, The (Walt Disney, 2013)

Lone Ranger, The (Warner Bros, 1956)

Lone Ranger, The, Volume 1: Now and Forever, comic book, 2007

Lone Rider (Grand Army, TV, 2008)

Lone Star (MGM, 1952)

Lone Star (Columbia, 1996)

Lonely Are the Brave (Universal, 1962)

Lonely Man, The (Paramount, 1956)

Lonesome Dove (Motown Productions TV, 1989)

Lonesome Dove, novel by Larry McMurtry

Lonesome Trail, The (Lippert, 1955)

Long Kill, The aka Outlaw Justice (Once Upon A Time, 1999)

Long Ride Home, The, aka A Time for Killing (Columbia, 1967)

Long Riders, The (United Artists, 1980)

Long Rope, The (Fox, 1961)

Longest Drive, The (NBC, 1976)

Longhorn, The (Monogram, 1951)

Longley: Texas gunman Bill Longley in fact and fiction

Longmire quiz : 1. questions

Longmire quiz : 2. answers

Lost films: Westerns that have not survived

Love Me Tender (Fox, 1956)

Loving Wrath of Eldon Quint, The, novel by Chase Pletts

Lucky Billy, novel by John Vernon

Lucky Cisco Kid (Fox, 1940)

Lucky Texan, The (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)

Luke and the Tenderfoot (NBC TV, 1955)

Luke and the Tenderfoot (unsold pilot for NBC series, 1955)

Luke Short, the gambler

Luke Short, the writer

Lumberjack (United Artists, 1944)

Lupino: the Westerns of Ida Lupino

Lust for Gold (Columbia, 1949)

Lust to Kill, A (BIP, 1958)

Lusty Men, The (RKO, 1952)

 

M

 

Mackenna’s Gold (Columbia, 1969)

MacLane: the Westerns of Barton MacLane

Madron aka His Name Was Madron (Four Star Excelsior, 1970)

Magnificent Seven Ride!, The (United Artists, 1972)

Magnificent Seven, The (Columbia, 2016)

Magnificent Seven, The (United Artists, 1960)

Magnificent Seven, The, TV Series (1998 – 2000)

Mahoney: stuntman and actor Jock Mahoney

Malone: the Westerns of Dorothy Malone

Major Dundee (Columbia, 1965)

Mammoth Book of Westerns, The, short stories, ed Rick Bass

Man Alone, A (Republic, 1955)

Man behind the Gun, The (Warner Bros, 1953)

Man Called Horse, A, short story by Dorothy M Johnson and 1970 film

Man Called Noon, The aka Un hombre llamado Noon, Lo chiamavano Mezzogiorno (NGP, 1973)

Man Called She, A aka Pursuit aka Apache Blood (Key International Pictures, 1975)

Man Called Sledge, A (Columbia, 1970)

Man from Bitter Ridge, The (Universal, 1955)

Man from Button Willow, The (United Screen Arts, 1965)

Man from Colorado, The (Columbia, 1948)

Man from Del Rio (United Artists, 1956)

Man from God’s Country (AA, 1958)

Man from Laramie, The (Columbia, 1955)

Man from Nevada, The, aka The Nevadan (Columbia, 1950)

Man from Nowhere, The, aka Arizona Colt (Leone/Orphée, 1966)

Man from Texas, The (Selig Polyscope, 1915)

Man from the Alamo, The (Universal, 1953)

Man from Utah, The (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)

Man in the Barn, The (MGM, 1937)

Man in the Saddle (Columbia, 1951)

Man in the Saddle, novel by Ernest Haycox, 1938

Man in the Shadow (Universal, 1957)

Man of the East aka E poi lo chiamarono il magnifico (Jadran Film, 1972)

Man of the Forest (Paramount, 1933)

Man of the West (United Artists, 1958)

Man Who Came Back, The (Gudegast Braeden Productions, 2008)

Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, The (Paramount, 1962)

Man with the Gun (United Artists, 1955)

Man Without A Star (Universal, 1955)

Mandalorian, The (Disney, 2010)

Mann of the West, the Westerns of Anthony Mann

Many Rivers to Cross (MGM, 1955)

Marauders, The (MGM, 1955)

Marksman, The (AA, 1953)

Marshal of Gunsmoke (Universal, 1944)

Marshal of Medicine Bend (Columbia, 1955)

Marston three-barrel derringer-style pistols

Martin: the Westerns of Dean Martin

Martyrs of the Alamo (Fine Arts Film Company, 1915)

Marvin: the Westerns of Lee Marvin

Massacre (Fox, 1956)

Massacre, The (Biograph, 1912)

Massacre at Buffalo Valley aka Alone Yet Not Alone (Enthuse Entertainment, 2013)

Massacre at Sand Creek (Screen Gems/CBS, 1956)

Massacre Canyon (Columbia, 1954)

Massacre River (AA, 1949)

Masterson of Kansas (Columbia, 1954)

Masterson: Bat Masterson in fact and fiction

Matador aka The Killer (Netflix, 2017)

Maté: the Westerns of director Rudolph Maté

Maverick (Warner Bros, 1994)

Maverick Queen, The (Republic, 1956)

Mayo: the Westerns of Virginia Mayo

McCabe & Mrs Miller (Warner Bros, 1971)

McCrea: The Westerns of Joel McCrea

McIntire: The Westerns of John McIntire

McLintock! (United Artists, 1963)

McQueen: the Westerns of Steve McQueen

Meek’s Cutoff (Evanstar, 2010)

Metro-Goldwn-Mayer: the Westerns

Mexican Gold aka Return of the Outlaws (Walker/Cable Productions video, 2009)

Mexico: the American Western south of the border

Million Ways to Die in the West, A (Universal, 2014)

Minnesota Clay (Ultra, 1965)

Miracle Rider, The (Mascot, 1935)

Misfits, The (United Artists, 1961)

Missing, The (Columbia, 2003)

Mission to Glory: A True Story (TV movie, 1977)

Mississippi Gambler, The (Universal, 1953)

Missouri Breaks, The (United Artists, 1976)

Missouri Traveler, The (Walt Disney, 1958)

Mitchum: the Westerns of Robert Mitchum

Mix: star of the silver screen Tom Mix

Mohawk (Fox, 1956)

Molly and Lawless John (PDC, 1972)

Money, Women and Guns (Universal, 1958)

Montana (Warner Bros, 1950)

Montana Territory (Columbia, 1952)

Monte Walsh (NGP, 1970)

Monte Walsh (TNT TV, 2003)

Monte Walsh, novel by Jack Schaefer

Monument Valley photo

Moonlighter, The (Warner Bros, 1953)

More Dead than Alive (United Artists, 1969)

Mossman: Burt Mossman of the Arizona Rangers

Mountain Killer, Tales of Tom Mix, novel by Scott McCrea

Mountain Man aka Guardian of the Wilderness (Sunn Classic Pictures, 1976)

Mountain Men, The (Columbia, 1980)

Mountie, The, aka Lawman, The Way of the West, The Ranger (Travesty Productions, 2011)

Mr. Horn (CBS TV, 1979)

Muletown Gold Strike (an episode of TV Zane Grey Theatre)

Murphy: the Westerns of Audie Murphy, the Kid from Texas

Music: Western film music

Mustang Country (Universal, 1976)

Musuraca: the Westerns of cinematographer Nicholas Musuraca

My Brother, the Outlaw (Eagle-Lion, 1951)

My Darling Clementine (Fox, 1946)

My Little Chickadee (Universal, 1940)

My Name is Nobody (Titanus, 1973)

My Name Is Trinity (West Film, 1970)

My Outlaw Brother (Eagle-Lion, 1951)

My Pal, the King (Universal, 1932)

My Pal Trigger (Republic, 1946)

 

N

 

Naked Dawn, The (Universal, 1955)

Naked Hills, The (AA, 1956)

Naked Spur, The (MGM, 1953)

Narrow Trail, The (Lasky/Paramount, 1917)

Native Americans in Westerns

‘Neath the Arizona Skies (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)

Nebraskan, The (Columbia, 1953)

Nevada (RKO, 1944)

Nevada Smith (Paramount, 1966)

Nevadan, The, aka The Man from Nevada (Columbia, 1950)

New Maverick, The (ABC TV, 1978)

New Mexico (United Artists, 1951)

News of the World (Universal, 2020)

Night of the Grizzly, The (Paramount, 1966)

Night of the Hunter, The (United Artists, 1955)

Night Passage (Universal, 1957)

1923 (Paramount+, 2022)

Noir: noir comes to the Western

No Country for Old Men (novel by Cormac McCarthy and Paramount movie, 2007)

No Name on the Bullet (Universal, 1959)

Noose for a Gunman (United Artists, 1960)

North of Arizona (Reliable Pictures, 1935)

North of Hudson Bay (Fox, 1923)

North of 36 (Paramount, 1924) – Part 1

North of 36 (Paramount, 1924) – Part 2

North to Alaska (Fox, 1960)

North West Mounted Police (Paramount, 1940)

Northfield, novel by Johnny D Boggs

Northwest Passage: Book 1, Rogers’ Rangers (MGM, 1940)

Northwest Trail (Screen Guild Productions, 1945)

 

O

 

Oakley: Annie Oakley, ‘Little Sure Shot’

Ognuno per sé aka The Ruthless Four, Sam Cooper’s Gold (Goldstone, 1968)

Oh! Susannah (Republic, 1951)

Oklahoma Annie (Republic, 1952)

Oklahoma Kid, The (Warner Bros, 1939)

Oklahoma Raiders (Universal, 1944)

Oklahoma Territory (United Artists, 1960)

Oklahoman, The (AA, 1957)

Olive, Print, cattleman

On the Night Stage (Mutual Film, 1915)

Once Upon a Texas Train (CBS TV, 1988)

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Columbia, 2019)

Once Upon a Time in the West (Paramount, 1968)

One Man’s Hero (Orion, 1999)

One More Train to Rob (Universal, 1971)

One-Eyed Jacks (Paramount, 1961)

Only The Valiant aka Fort Invincible (Warner Bros, 1951)

Open Range (Universal, 2003)

Oregon Passage (AA, 1957)

Oregon Trail, The

Oregon Trail, The (Fox, 1959)

Out West (Paramount, 1918)

Outcast, The (Republic, 1954)

Outcasts of Poker Flat, The (Fox, 1952)

Outcasts of Poker Flat, The (RKO, 1937)

Outlaw Josey Wales, The (Warner Bros, 1976)

Outlaw Justice aka The Long Kill (Once Upon A Time, 1999)

Outlaw, The (United Artists, 1943)

Outlaw’s Daughter, The (Fox, 1954)

Outlaw’s Son (United Artists, 1957)

Outlaws and Angels (Orion Pictures, 2016)

Outlaws of the Range, (Spectrum, 1936)

Outlaw Women (Howco Productions, 1952)

Outrage, The (MGM, 1964)

Outriders, The (MGM, 1950)

Outsider, The (Hallmark TV, 2002)

Over the Hill Gang Rides Again, The (ABC TV, 1970)

Over the Hill Gang, The (ABC TV, 1969)

Overland Stage Raiders (Republic, 1938)

Ox-Bow Incident, The (Fox, 1943)

 

P

 

Paint Your Wagon (Paramount, 1969)

Palance: the Westerns of Jack Palance

Pale Arrow (Republic, 1957)

Pale Rider (Warner Bros, 1985)

Paleface, The (Paramount, 1948)

Pals of the Saddle (Republic, 1938)

Pancho Villa aka Vendetta (Granada Films, 1972)

Panhandle (AA, 1948)

Paradise Canyon (Lone Star/Monogram, 1935)

Paramount Pictures: the Westerns

Parker, Robert B: his Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch novels reviewed

Parson and the Outlaw, The (Columbia, 1957)

Passage West (Paramount, 1951)

Passion (RKO, 1954)

Pate: the Westerns of Michael Pate

Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid (MGM, 1973)

Pathfinder, The (Columbia, 1952)

Pawnee (Republic, 1957)

Payne: the Westerns of John Payne

Peacemaker, The (UA, 1956)

Peck: the Westerns of Gregory Peck

Peckinpah: between Major Dundee and The Wild Bunch

Peckinpah: the Westerns of Sam Peckinpah

Phantom Empire, The (Mascot, 1935)

Phantom Stagecoach, The (Columbia, 1957)

Philosophy and the Western

Pickens: the Westerns of Slim Pickens

Pierce: cattle baron Abel ‘Shanghai’ Pierce

Pillars of the Sky (Universal, 1956)

Pinkertons: Western detectives

Pioneer Days (Columbia, 1930)

Plainsman, The (Paramount, 1936)

Plainsman, The (Universal, 1966)

Playbill Western typeface

Pledge, The (Hallmark, 2008)

Plunderers, The (AA, 1960)

Plunderers, The (Republic, 1948)

Pony Express (Paramount, 1953)

Pony Express, The (Paramount, 1925)

Pony Soldier (Fox, 1952)

Posse (Gramercy Pictures, 1993)

Posse (Paramount, 1975)

Posse from Hell (Universal, 1961)

Powder River (Fox, 1953)

Powderkeg, novel by Leo V Gordon & Richard Vetterli

Power of the Dog, The (Netflix, 2021)

Prairie Fever (RHI Entertainment, 2008)

Preachers

Preston: the Westerns of Robert Preston

Print Olive, cattleman

Producers:

   The producers of Westerns

   Harry Joe Brown

   Robert Buckner

   Nat Holt

   Carl Laemmle

   Robert L Lippert

   Harry Sherman

   Edward Small

Professionals, The (Columbia, 1966)

Pronto, novel by Elmore Leonard

Proposition, The (UK Film Council et al, 2005)

Proud Ones, The (Fox, 1956)

Proud Rebel, The (Buena Vista, 1958)

Purgatory (TNT TV, 1999)

Pursued (Warner Bros, 1947)

Pursuit aka Apache Blood aka A Man Called She (Key International Pictures, 1975)

 

Q

 

Quantez (Universal, 1957)

Quantrill: William Clarke Quantrill (or Quantrell) in fact and fiction

Quantrill’s Raiders (AA, 1958)

Quest, The: The Longest Drive (NBC, 1976)

Quick and the Dead, The (Columbia, 1995)

Quick and the Dead, The (HBO TV, 1987)

Quick Gun, The (Columbia, 1964)

Quick on the draw

¿Quien Sabe? aka A Bullet for the General aka El Chuncho (Argent Films, 1966)

Quiet Gun, The (Fox, 1957)

Quigley Down Under (MGM, 1990)

Quincannon, Frontier Scout (UA, 1956)

Quinn: the Westerns of Anthony Quinn

 

R

 

Rachel and the Stranger (RKO, 1948)

Rage at Dawn (RKO, 1955)

Raid, The (Fox, 1954)

Rain for a Dusty Summer aka Guns of the Revolution (USA VHS, 1971)

Raiders of Old California (Republic, 1957)

Raiders, The (Universal, 1963)

Railroads

Rails into Laramie (Universal, 1954)

Rainbow Valley (Lone Star/Monogram, 1935)

Ramona: novel by Helen Hunt Jackson and various film versions

Ramrod (United Artists, 1947)

Ramsbottom Rides Again (British Lion, 1956)

Rancho Deluxe (United Artists, 1975)

Rancho Notorious (RKO, 1952)

Randy Rides Alone (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)

Range Feud, The (Columbia, 1931)

Ranger, The, aka Lawman, The Way of the West, The Mountie (Travesty Productions, 2011)

Rangers: the Texas Rangers in fact and fiction

Rango (Paramount, 2011)

Rare Breed, The (Universal, 1966)

Raton Pass (Warner Bros, 1951)

Raw Edge (Universal, 1956)

Raw Land, novel by Luke Short

Rawhide (Fox, 1951)

Rawhide Years, The (Universal, 1956)

Raylan Givens

Raylan, novel by Elmore Leonard

Rebel in Town (United Artists, 1955)

Rebel, The (Realart Pictures, 1951)

Red Canyon (Universal, 1949)

Red Mountain (Paramount, 1951)

Red Pony, The (Republic, 1949)

Red River (United Artists, 1948)

Red River Range (Republic, 1939)

Red Sundown (Universal, 1956)

Red Tomahawk (Paramount, 1967)

Redhead and the Cowboy, The (Paramount, 1951)

Redskin (Paramount, 1929)

Regal Films: the Westerns

Relentless (Columbia, 1948)

Renegade Girl (Screen Guild, 1946)

Renegades (Columbia, 1946)

Renos: the Reno brothers gang, in fact and fiction

Reprisal! (Columbia, 1956)

Republic Pictures: the Westerns

Rereading Frederick Jackson Turner, ed. John Mack Faragher, history

Restless Breed, The (Fox, 1957)

Restless Gun, The (NBC TV, 1957 – 59)

Return of Desperado, The (NBC TV, 1988)

Return of Draw Egan, The (Kay-Bee Pictures, 1916)

Return of Frank James, The (Fox, 1940)

Return of Jack Slade, The (AA, 1955)

Return of Jesse James, The (Lippert, 1950)

Return of the Bad Men (RKO, 1948)

Return of the Durango Kid, The (Columbia, 1945

Return of the Frontiersman (Warner Bros, 1950)

Return of the Gunfighter (MGM, 1967)

Return of the Outlaws aka Mexican Gold (Walker/Cable Productions video, 2009)

Return of the Seven (United Artists, 1966)

Return of the Texan (Fox, 1952)

Return to Lonesome Dove (CBS TV, 1993)

Return to Warbow (Columbia, 1958)

Revenant, The (Fox, 2015)

Revengers, The (NGP, 1972)

Revolt at Fort Laramie (United Artists, 1957)

Revolution (Warner Bros, 1985)

Richard Jaeckel, the Westerns

Ride a Crooked Trail (Universal, 1958)

Ride Back, The (United Artists, 1957)

Ride Beyond Vengeance (Columbia, 1966)

Ride Clear of Diablo (Universal, 1954)

Ride Him, Cowboy aka The Hawk (Warner Bros, 1932)

Ride in the Whirlwind (Proteus Films, 1966)

Ride Lonesome (Columbia, 1959)

Ride Lonesome, film study by Kirk Ellis

Ride Out for Revenge (United Artists, 1957)

Ride the High Country (MGM, 1962)

Ride the Man Down (Republic, 1952)

Ride with the Devil (Universal, 1999)

Rider on a Dead Horse (AA, 1962)

Riders of Destiny (Lone Star/Monogram, 1933)

Riders of the Purple Sage (Fox, 1925)

Riders of the Purple Sage (Fox, 1931)

Riders of the Purple Sage, novel by Zane Grey

Riders of the Rockies (Grand National, 1937)

Riders of the Whistling Pines (Columbia, 1949)

Ridiculous 6, The (Netflix TV, 2015)

Riding Shotgun (Warner Bros, 1954)

Riding the Rap, novel by Elmore Leonard

Rimase uno solo e fu la morte per tutti aka Brother Outlaw (Transworld Films, 1971)

Rimfire (Lippert, 1947)

Ringo: Johnny Ringo in fact and fiction

Rio Bravo (Warner Bros, 1959)

Rio Conchos (Fox, 1964)

Rio Diablo (CBS TV, 1993)

Rio Grande (Republic, 1950)

Rio Lobo (NGP, 1970)

Rivals (Michael Brian Rawlins Films, 2023)

River Lady (Universal, 1948)

River of No Return (Fox, 1954)

RKO Pictures: the Westerns

Road to Denver, The (Republic, 1955)

Robbers’ Roost (United Artists, 1955)

Robert Redford’s The West (TV mini-series, 2016)

Roberts: the Westerns of Pernell Roberts

Rock Island Trail (Republic, 1950)

Rockwell, Orrin Porter, ‘The Destroying Angel of Mormondom’

Rocky Mountain (Warner Bros, 1950)

Rocky Mountain Mystery aka The Fighting Westerner (Paramount, 1935)

Rodeo and the Western

Rooster Cogburn (Universal, 1975)

Rose of Cimarron (Fox, 1952)

Rough Night in Jericho (Universal, 1967)

Rough Riders (TNT, 1997)

Rough, Tough West, The (Columbia, 1952)

Roughing It (Hallmark TV, 2002)

Roughing It, memoir, by Mark Twain

Rounders, The (MGM, 1965)

Run for Cover (Paramount, 1955)

Ruse, The (Mutual Film, 1915)

Rustlers (RKO, 1949)

Ruthless Four, The, aka Ognuno per sé, Sam Cooper’s Gold (Goldstone, 1968)

Ryan: the Westerns of Robert Ryan

 

S

 

Sabre and the Arrow, The (Columbia, 1953)

Sacketts, The (NBC TV, 1979)

Saddle by Starlight, novel by Luke Short

Saddle the Wind (MGM, 1958)

Saddle Tramp (Universal, 1950)

Saga of Hemp Brown, The (Universal, 1958)

Sage Brush Tom (Selig, 1915)

Sagebrush Trail (Lone Star/Monogram, 1933)

Salome Where She Danced (Universal, 1945)

Saloons

Salvation, The (Zentropa Entertainments, 2014)

Sam Cooper’s Gold aka The Ruthless Four, Ognuno per sé (Goldstone, 1968)

Sam Whiskey (United Artists, 1969)

San Antone (Republic, 1953)

San Antonio (Warner Bros, 1945)

San Fernando Valley (Republic, 1944)

San Francisco Story, The (Warner Bros, 1952)

Sand Creek Massacre, 1864

Santa Fe (Columbia, 1951)

Santa Fe Passage (Republic, 1955)

Santa Fe Trail (Warner Bros, 1940)

Santee (Crown International Pictures, 1973)

Saskatchewan (Universal, 1954)

Savage Guns, The (MGM, 1962)

Savage Journey (American Television Productions, 1983)

Savage Mesa, Tales of Tom Mix, novel by Scott McCrea

Savage, The (Paramount, 1952)

Scalphunters, The (Paramount, 1968)

Scott: the Westerns of Randolph Scott

Sea of Grass, The (MGM, 1947)

Searchers, The (Warner Bros, 1956)

Second Time Around, The (MGM, 1961)

Secret of Convict Lake, The (Fox, 1951)

Selander: the Westerns of director Lesley Selander

Self-sufficient Western heroes

Seminole (United Artists, 1953)

Seminole Uprising (Columbia, 1955)

September Dawn (September Dawn, 2007)

September Gun (CBS TV, 1983)

Seraphim Falls (Destination, 2007)

Sergeant Rutledge (Warner Bros, 1960)

Sergeants 3 (United Artists, 1962)

Serpent’s Tooth, A, novel by Craig Johnson

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (MGM, 1954)

Seven Cities of Gold (Fox, 1955)

Seven Guns to Mesa (AA, 1958)

Seven Men from Now (Warner Bros, 1956)

Seven Ways from Sundown (Universal, 1960)

Shadow on the Mesa (Hallmark TV, 2013)

Shadow Riders, The (CBS TV, 1982)

Shadowheart (Video, 2009)

Shalako (CRC, 1968)

Shalako, novel by Louis L’Amour

Shane (Paramount, 1953)

Sharp: the Westerns of writer Alan Sharp

Sharps rifles and carbines

She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (RKO, 1949)

Sheepman, The (MGM, 1958)

Shenandoah (Universal, 1965)

Shepherd of the Hills, The (Paramount, 1941)

Sheriff of Fractured Jaw, The (Fox, 1958)

Sheriff of Sage Valley (PRC, 1942)

Sheriff of Tombstone (Republic, 1941)

Sherman: the Westerns of director George Sherman

Sherman: the Westerns of producer Harry Sherman

Shine On, Harvest Moon (Republic, 1938)

Sholem: the Westerns of Lee ‘Roll ’em’ Sholem

Shoot Out (Universal, 1971)

Shoot Out at Big Sag (TV pilot, Brennan Productions, 1962)

Shoot the Sun Down (VidAmerica, 1978)

Shooting lessons

Shooting, The (Proteus Films, 1966)

Shootist, The (Paramount, 1976)

Shootist, The, novel by Glendon Swarthout

Shoot-Out at Medicine Bend (Warner Bros, 1957)

Short: Luke Short the gambler

Short: Luke Short the writer

Shotgun (AA, 1955)

Showdown (Universal, 1963)

Showdown (Universal, 1973)

Showdown at Abilene (Universal, 1956)

Showdown at Boot Hill (Fox, 1958)

Showdown at Yellow Butte, novel by Louis L’Amour

Sidekicks

Sieber: Chief of Scouts Al Sieber in fact and fiction. Part 1/2: the fact

Sieber: Chief of Scouts Al Sieber in fact and fiction. Part 2/2: the fiction

Siege at Red River (Fox, 1954)

Sierra (Universal, 1950)

Sierra Baron (Fox, 1958)

Sierra Nevada Gunfight, A (Rogue Arts, 2013)

Silent Gun, The (ABC TV, 1969)

Silent Man, The (Famous Players-Lasky, 1917)

Silver City (Paramount, 1951)

Silver Lode (RKO, 1954)

Silver River (Warner Bros, 1948)

Silver Rock, novel by Luke Short

Silver Star, The (Lippert, 1955)

Silver Whip, The (Fox, 1953)

Silverado (Columbia, 1985)

Silverado Squatters, The, memoir/travelogue by Robert Louis Stevenson

Singer Not The Song, The (Warner Bros, 1961)

Singing Guns (Republic, 1950)

Singing Vagabond, The (Republic, 1935)

Single-Shot Parker (Exclusive Features Inc., 1923)

Siringo (United Television, 1994)

Sisters Brothers, The (Universal, 2018)

Sitting Bull

Sitting Bull (UA, 1954)

Six Black Horses (Universal, 1962)

Six Reasons Why (Campagna Brothers, 2007)

Sky High (Fox, 1922)

Slaughter Trail (RKO, 1951)

Slow West (Lionsgate, 2015)

Small: the Westerns of Producer Edward Small

Smith! (Walt Disney, 1969)

Smith, Bear River Tom Smith, lawman

Smoke Signal (Universal, 1955)

Soldier Blue (Embassy, 1970)

Some-Day Country, The, novel by Luke Short

Something Big (NGP, 1971)

Son of Paleface (Paramount, 1952)

Son of the Morning Star (ABC TV, 1991)

Son of the Renegade (United Artists, 1953)

Son, The, novel by Philipp Meyer

Sons of Katie Elder, The (Paramount, 1965)

Sorrow, The (Rogue Arts, 2013)

Soundtracks: Western film music

South of St Louis (Warner Bros, 1949)

Southwest Passage (United Artists, 1954)

Spaghetti westerns

Spikes Gang, The (United Artists, 1974)

Spirit of Steamboat, novel by Craig Johnson

Spoilers, The: novel, play and film versions

Springfield Rifle (Warner Bros, 1952)

Squaw Man, The (Jesse L Lasky, 1914)

Stage to Lordsburg, short story by Ernest Haycox

Stage to Tucson (Columbia, 1950)

Stagecoach (CBS TV, 1986)

Stagecoach (Fox, 1966)

Stagecoach (UA, 1939)

Stagecoach Kid (RKO, 1949)

Stagecoach to Denver (Republic, 1946)

Stagecoach to Fury (Fox, 1956)

Stagecoach to Tombstone: The Filmgoers Guide to the Great Westerns by Howard Hughes

Stagecoach West (ABC TV, 1960 – 61)

Stagecoaches

Stalking Moon, The (NGP, 1968)

Stampede (AA, 1949)

Stand at Apache River, The (Universal, 1953)

Stand Up and Fight (MGM, 1939)

Star in the Dust (Universal, 1956)

Star Packer, The (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)

Stars in My Crown (MGM, 1950)

Station West (RKO, 1948)

Stay and Die, novel by Jeff Arnold

Steele: Bob Steele’s Billy the Kid Westerns

Stevens: the Westerns of Charles Stevens

Stewart: the Westerns of James Stewart

Story of the Kelly Gang, The (J & N Tait, 1906)

Stoudenmire: El Paso lawman Dallas Stoudenmire

Straight Shooting (Universal, 1917)

Stranger at My Door (Republic, 1956)

Stranger on Horseback (United Artists, 1955)

Stranger on the Run (Universal TV/NBC, 1967)

Stranger Wore a Gun, The (Columbia, 1953)

Streets of Laredo (1993 novel by Larry McMurtry and 1995 TV mini-series)

Streets of Laredo (Paramount, 1949)

Studio Westerns:

   Allied Artists

   Columbia

   Fox

   MGM

   Paramount

   Republic

   RKO

   United Artists

   Universal

   Warner Bros

Sturgeon’s Law and the Western

Sturges: the Westerns of John Sturges

Sukiyaki Western Django (First Look International, 2007)

Sun Valley Cyclone (Republic, 1946)

Sunchaser (Warner Bros, 1996)

Sundance: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid in fact and fiction

Sundown Saunders (Supreme Pictures, 1935)

Sundowners, The (Eagle Lion, 1950)

Sunset (Tristar, 1988)

Support Your Local Gunfighter (UA, 1971)

Support Your Local Sheriff! (UA, 1969)

Surrounded (MGM, 2023)

Surtees: Western cinematographers Robert and Bruce Surtees

Susannah of the Mounties (Fox, 1939)

Sweet Country (Bunya Productions, 2017)

 

T

 

Taggart (Universal, 1964)

Take a Hard Ride (Fox, 1975)

Take Me to Town (Universal, 1953)

Tales of Tom Mix, Cowboy Justice, novel by Scott McCrea

Tales of Tim Mix, Mountain Killer, novel by Scott McCrea

Tales of Tom Mix, Savage Mesa, novel by Scott McCrea

Tall in the Saddle (RKO, 1944)

Tall Man Riding (Warner Bros, 1955)

Tall Men, The, novel by Clay Fisher

Tall Men, The (Fox, 1955)

Tall Stranger, The (AA, 1957)

Tall T, The (Columbia, 1957)

Tall Target, The (MGM, 1951)

Tall Texan, The (Lippert, 1953)

Taming of Grouchy Bill, The (Selig Polyscope, 1916)

Tap Roots (Universal, 1948)

Tarantino: Cinema Speculation by Quentin Tarantino, Tarantino on Westerns

Taylor: the Westerns of Joan Taylor

Taylor: the Westerns of Robert Taylor

Taza, Son of Cochise (Universal, 1954)

Teenage Monster (Howco International, 1958)

Telegraph Trail, The (Warner Bros, 1933)

Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here (Universal, 1969)

Telling Western Stories: from Buffalo Bill to Larry McMurtry by Richard W Etulain

Ten Wanted Men (Columbia, 1955)

Tennessee’s Partner (RKO, 1955)

Tennessee’s Partner, short story by Bret Harte

Tension at Table Rock (RKO, 1956)

Terror at Black Falls (Beckman Film Corp, 1962)

Terror in a Texas Town (United Artists, 1958)

Terror of Tiny Town, The (Columbia, 1938)

Tex Rides with the Boy Scouts (Grand National, 1937)

Texan, The (CBS TV, 1958 – 60): Season 1

Texan, The (Paramount, 1930)

Texans, The (Paramount, 1938)

Texas (Columbia, 1941)

Texas Cowboy, A, memoir, by Charles A Siringo

Texas Cyclone (Columbia, 1932)

Texas Lady (RKO, 1955)

Texas Rangers Ride Again (Paramount, 1941)

Texas Rangers, in fact and fiction

Texas Rangers, The (Columbia, 1951)

Texas Rangers, The (Paramount, 1936)

Texas Terror (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)

Texican, The (Columbia, 1966)

That Dirty Black Bag (Palomar TV, 2022)

There Was A Crooked Man (Warner Bros, 1970)

There Will Be Blood (Paramount, 2007)

These Thousand Hills (Fox, 1959)

They Died With Their Boots On (Warner Bros, 1942)

They Rode West (Columbia, 1954)

Thomson: the Westerns of silent star Fred Thomson

Those Redheads from Seattle (Paramount, 1953)

¡Three Amigos! (Warner Bros, 1986)

Three Bad Men: John Ford, John Wayne, Ward Bond, biography, by Scott Nollen Allen

Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, The (Europa Corp, 2005)

Three Desperate Men (Lippert, 1951)

Three Faces West (Republic, 1940)

Three Godfathers, The, novella by Peter B Kyne

Three Hours to Kill (Columbia, 1954)

Three Violent People (Paramount, 1956)

Three Young Texans (Fox, 1954)

Thunder Over Arizona (Republic, 1956)

Thunder Over the Plains (Warner Bros, 1953)

Thunder Pass (Lippert, 1954)

Thunderhoof aka Fury (Columbia, 1948)

Thundering Herd, The, aka Buffalo Stampede (Paramount, 1933)

Ticket to Tomahawk, A (Fox, 1950)

Tilghman: lawman Bill Tilghman in fact and on the screen

Timberjack (Republic, 1955)

Time for Dying, A (Fipco/Corinth, 1969)

Time for Killing, A aka The Long Ride Home (Columbia, 1967)

Tin Star, The (Paramount, 1957)

Titles of Westerns

To the Last Man (Paramount, 1933)

Tom Mix and Pancho Villa, novel by Clifford Irving

Tomahawk (Universal, 1951)

Tomahawk Trail (United Artists, 1957)

Tombstone (Cinergi, 1993)

Tombstone, The Town Too Tough To Die (Paramount, 1942)

Tonto Kid, The (Resolute Pictures, 1934)

Top Gun (United Artists, 1955)

Toughest Gun in Tombstone, The (United Artists, 1958)

Toughest Man in Arizona (Republic, 1952)

Tourneur: Jacques Tourneur’s Westerns

Town Tamer (Paramount, 1965)

Track of the Cat (Warner Bros, 1954)

Tracker (Lionsgate, 2010)

Trackers, The (ABC TV, 1970)

Tracy: the Westerns of Spencer Tracy

Traded (Cinedigm video, 2016)

Trail Beyond, The (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)

Trail of the Hawk (Jay-Dee-Kay Productions, 1939)

Trail Street (RKO, 1947)

Trail to Hope Rose, The (Hallmark, TV, 2004)

Trail Town, novel by Ernest Haycox

Train Robbers, The (Warner Bros, 1973)

Train to Tombstone (Lippert, 1950)

Treasure of Pancho Villa, The (RKO, 1955)

Treasure of Ruby Hills (AA, 1955)

Treasure of the Sierra Madre, The (Warner Bros, 1948)

Tribute to a Bad Man (MGM, 1956)

Trinity and Sartana Sons of Bitches (Metheus Films, 1972)

Trinity is Still My Name (West Film, 1971)

Trooper Hook (United Artists, 1957)

Trouble in Texas (Grand National, 1937)

Trouble Shooter, The (United Artists, 1955)

True Grit (Paramount, 1969)

True Grit (Paramount, 2010)

True Grit, novel by Charles Portis

True Grit: A Further Adventure (Paramount TV, 1978)

True Gun (Silver Bullet, 2011)

True Story of Jesse James, The (Fox, 1957)

Tucker: the Westerns of Forrest Tucker

Tulsa (RKO, 1949)

Tumbleweed (Universal, 1953)

Tumbleweeds (United Artists, 1925, reissued by Astor Productions, 1939)

Turner, Frederick Jackson

TV Westerns, Part 1/3: the early days

TV Westerns, Part 2/3: the glory days

TV Westerns, Part 3/3: the decline (but not fall)

Twelve Peers, novella by Max Brand

Two Flags West (Fox, 1950)

Two Mules for Sister Sara (Universal, 1970)

Two Rode Together (Columbia, 1961)

Two-Fisted Law (Columbia, 1932)

 

U

 

Ulzana’s Raid (Universal, 1972)

Un hombre llamado Noon, aka The Man Called Noon, Lo chiamavano Mezzogiorno (NGP, 1973)

Unbranded (Gravitas Ventures, 2015)

Unconquered (Paramount, 1947)

Undefeated, The (Fox, 1969)

Under California Stars (Republic, 1948)

Under Western Stars (Republic, 1938)

Unforgiven (Warner Bros, 1992)

Unforgiven, The (United Artists, 1960)

Union Pacific (Paramount, 1939)

United Artists: the Westerns

Universal Pictures: the Westerns

Utah Blaine (Columbia, 1957)

 

V

 

Valdez Is Coming (United Artists, 1970)

Valerie (United Artists, 1957)

Valles Caldera, The, novel by Gary L Stuart

Van Cleef: the Westerns of Lee Van Cleef

Vanishing American, The (Paramount, 1925)

Vanquished, The (Paramount, 1953)

Vendetta aka Pancho Villa (Granada Films, 1972)

Vengeance aka Kid Vengeance (Golan-Gobus, 1977)

Vengeance Trail of Josey Wales, The, novel by Forrest Carter

Vengeance Valley (MGM, 1951)

Vengeance Valley, novel by Luke Short

Vera Cruz (UA, 1954)

Villa!! (Fox, 1958)

Villain, The, aka Cactus Jack (Columbia, 1979)

Villains: the Western bad guys

Violent Men, The (Columbia 1955)

Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch novels by Robert B Parker

Virginia City (Warner Bros, 1940)

Virginian, The (Jesse L Lasky, 1914)

Virginian, The (Nasser Group, North, 2014)

Virginian, The (Paramount, 1929)

Virginian, The (Paramount, 1946)

Virginian, The (Preferred Pictures, 1923)

Virginian, The (TNT TV, 2000)

Virginian, The, novel by Owen Wister

Visiting the West

Viva Maria! (UA, 1965)

Viva Villa! (MGM, 1934)

Viva Zapata! (Fox, 1952)

 

W

 

Waco (Paramount, 1966)

Wagon Master (RKO, 1950)

Wagon Tracks (Paramount, 1919)

Wagon Trail (Ajax, 1935)

Wagon Train: two episodes with Robert Ryan

Wagon-train Westerns: an overview

Wagon Wheels (Paramount, 1934)

Walk Tall (Fox, 1960)

Walk the Proud Land (Universal, 1956)

Walking Hills, The (Columbia, 1949)

Wallach: Eli Wallach as Western actor

Walsh: the Westerns of Raoul Walsh

Wanderer of the Wasteland (RKO, 1945)

War Arrow (Universal, 1953)

War Drums (United Artists, 1957)

War of the Wildcats aka In Old Oklahoma (Republic, 1943)

War Paint (United Artists, 1953)

War Wagon, The (Universal, 1967)

Warlock (Fox, 1959)

Warlock, novel by Oakley Hall

Warner Brothers: the Westerns

Warpath (Paramount, 1951)

Warrant, The (INSP, 2020)

Warren: writer, producer, director Charles Marquis Warren

Way of a Gaucho (Fox, 1952)

Way of the West, The, aka Lawman, The Mountie, The Ranger (Travesty Productions, 2011)

Way Out West (Universal, 1937)

Way West, The (United Artists, 1967)

Wayne: John Wayne: the Columbia Years 1931/32

Wayne: the Westerns of John Wayne

Welcome to Hard Times (MGM, 1967)

Weldon: Caroline Weldon, companion of Sitting Bull

Wellman: the Westerns of William A Wellman

Wells Fargo (Paramount, 1937)

West of the Divide (Lone Star/Monogram, 1934)

West of the Pecos (RKO, 1945)

West, The (PBS TV documentary, 1996)

Westbound (Warner Bros, 1959)

WESTERN BOOKS

Western collectibles

Western stories

Western Union (Fox, 1941)

Western watching

Westerner, The (MGM, 1940)

Westerner, The (NBC TV, 1960)

Westerners. Real life characters and how they are portrayed in Westerns:

Allison: gunman Clay Allison

Alvord: lawman/outlaw Burt Alvord

Baca: New Mexico lawman Elfego Baca

Bass: outlaw Sam Bass

Bean: Judge Roy Bean

Bonney: William Bonney, Billy the Kid

Bridger: explorer and mountain man Jim Bridger

Cannary: frontierswoman Martha ‘Calamity Jane’ Cannary

Carson: frontiersman and general Kit Carson

Cassidy: outlaws Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

Chacon: outlaw Augustine Chacon

Chisum: cattle baron John Chisum

Clum: Indian agent, newspaperman, postmaster John P Clum

Cochise: Apache chief

Crazy Horse, Lakota war leader Tȟašúŋke Witkó

Cody: frontiersman and showman William F ‘Buffalo Bill’ Cody

Custer: soldier George Armstrong Custer

Dalton: the outlaw Dalton brothers

Earp: lawman Wyatt Earp

Fly: photographer CS Fly

Garrett: lawman Patrick F Garrett

Geronimo, Apache war leader Goyaałé, or Goyahkla

Hardin: Texas gunman John Wesley Hardin

Hickok: frontiersman and lawman James Butler ‘Wild Bill’ Hickok

Holliday: dentist and gunman John ‘Doc’ Holliday

Hoyt: frontier doctor Henry F Hoyt

James: outlaw Jesse James

Ketchum: outlaw Black Jack Ketchum

Larn: gunman John Larn

Longley: Texas guman Bill Longley

Masterson: lawman Bat Masterson

Miner: outlaw Ezra Allen Miner, ‘The Grey Fox’

Mossman: lawman Burt Mossman

Oakley: ‘Little Miss Sure Shot’ Annie Oakley

Olive: cattle baron Print Olive

Pierce: cattle baron Abel ‘Shanghai’ Pierce

Pinkerton: detective and agency head Allan Pinkerton

Ringo: gunman John Ringo

Short: gambler gunman Luke Short

Sieber: scout Al Sieber

Siringo: frontiersman and detective Charlie Siringo

Sitting Bull, Hunkpapa leader Tȟatȟáŋka Íyotake

Smith: lawman Bear River Tom Smith

Stoudenmire: lawman Dallas Stoudenmire

Texas Rangers

Tilghman: lawman Bill Tilghman

Younger: the outlaw Younger brothers

 

Westerns: what are they?

Westerns in the 1920s

Westward Ho (Republic, 1935)

Westward the Women (MGM, 1951)

Westworld (HBO TV, 2016+)

Westworld (MGM, 1973)

What is a Western?

When the Daltons Rode (Universal, 1940)

When the Redskins Rode (Columbia, 1951)

Where do JAW readers come from?

Whispering Smith (NBC TV, 1961)

Whispering Smith (Paramount, 1948)

White Buffalo, The (United Artists, 1976)

White Comanche (IPC, 1968)

White Feather (Fox, 1955)

White Gold (PDC, 1927)

White Squaw, The (Columbia, 1956)

Wichita (AA, 1955)

Widmark: the Westerns of Richard Widmark

Wild and the Innocent, The (Universal, 1959)

Wild Bill (United Artists, 1995)

Wild Bunch, The (Warner Bros, 1969)

Wild Rovers (MGM, 1971)

Wild Times (Metromedia, 1980)

Wild Times, novel by Brian Garfield

Wild West Movies by Kim Newman; Western guide.

Wild Wild West (Warner Bros, 1999)

Wildfire: The Story of a Horse (Screen Guild, 1945)

Wildwood Boys, novel by James Carlos Blake

Wilke: the Westerns of Robert J Wilke

Will Penny (Paramount, 1968)

Winchester ’73 (NBC TV, 1967)

Winchester ’73 (Universal, 1950)

Wind, The (MGM, 1928)

Wind River (Lionsgate, 2017)

Winds of the Wasteland (Republic, 1936)

Wings of the Hawk (Universal, 1953)

Winning of Barbara Worth, The (United Artists, 1926)

Winterhawk (Howco, 1975)

With Davy Crockett at the Fall of the Alamo (Aywon Films, 1926)

With General Custer at Little Big Horn (Aywon Film, 1926)

Wolf Dog (Fox, 1958)

Wolf Lowry (Triangle Kay-Bee, 1917)

Wolf Song (Paramount, 1929)

Woman of the Town, The (United Artists, 1943)

Woman They Almost Lynched (Republic, 1953)

Women in Westerns

Wonderful Country, The (United Artists, 1959)

Wrath of the Just Ones, The, novel by Raoul Walsh

Wyatt Earp (PBS TV, 2010)

Wyatt Earp (Warner Bros, 1994)

Wyatt Earp on the screen: part 1

Wyatt Earp on the screen: part 2

Wyatt Earp’s Revenge (Sony, 2012)

Wyler: the Westerns of William Wyler

Wynonna Earp (Seven24 Films TV, 2016)

Wyoming (Republic, 1947)

Wyoming Mail (Universal, 1950)

Wyoming Renegades (Columbia, 1955)

 

Y

 

Yancy Derringer (CBS TV, 1958 – 59)

Yellow Mountain, The (Universal, 1954)

Yellow Sky (Fox, 1948)

Yellow Tomahawk, The (United Artists, 1954)

Yellowneck (Republic, 1955)

Yellowstone Kelly (Warner Bros, 1959)

You Know My Name (TNT TV, 1999)

Young Bill Hickok (Republic, 1940)

Young Billy Young (United Artists, 1969)

Young Buffalo Bill (Republic, 1940)

Young Country, The (ABC TV, 1970)

Young Fury (Paramount, 1965)

Young Guns (Lionsgate, 1988)

Young Guns II (Lionsgate, 1990)

Young Guns of Texas (Fox, 1962)

Young Jesse James (Fox, 1960)

Young Land, The (Columbia, 1959)

Younger Brothers, The  (Warner Bros, 1949)

Youngers: the Younger brothers in fact and fiction

Yuma (ABC TV, 1971)

 

Z

 

Zandy’s Bride (Warner Bros, 1974)

 

3 Bad Men (Fox, 1926)

3 Godfathers (MGM, 1948)

3:10 to Yuma (Columbia, 1957)

3:10 to Yuma (Lionsgate, 2007)

4 for Texas (Warner Bros, 1963)

5 Card Stud (Paramount, 1968)

6 Guns (The Asylum, 2010)

7th Cavalry (Columbia, 1956)

20th Century Fox: the Westerns

100 Rifles (Fox 1969)

1883 (Paramount +, 2022)

1923 (Paramount +, 2022)

5,000 Dollar Elopement (Selig Polyscope, 1916)

 

6 Responses

  1. Thank you ! Is it possible to add this wonderful tool on the home page as done for the films and the people ?!
    If not I am wondering how to retrieve it after a while…
    By the way some of the “people” page seem no longer active…

  2. For instance if you go to
    Sterling Hayden the answer is:
    “The page can’t be found.
    It looks like nothing was found at this location.”
    If you go to Robert Michaum you land on Robert Mitchum…

  3. If I look after Richard Widmark for instance
    – I can get it through this new index
    – but I cannot by using the homepage’s people button (same answer as for Hayden or Calhoun for ex. I have not checked all of them)
    It seems that when using the people button some work some don’t
    Anyway I will use the new index as soon as its buttons will be sjoxn on the home page thank you for the improvements !

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