Landowner counts on his super-champeen race-horse to help him win back the hacienda he was swindled out of.
There are many wonderful and dangerous legends about Cougar Canyon, a sacred Navajo terrain. Two young boys must face the legends and dangers when they go to rescue a lost goat.
Chaco and his band of downtrodden men meet Così Sia (Amen), who always seems to get the better of them. He takes on the men with a plan to break into the Bank of Little-hole. For Così Sia, getting the money is not as important as getting his revenge on Reverend Smith, with whom he has a bone to pick.
Clay Stone defends a lawless town from a gang of outlaws after s stagecoach robbery.
In the American West after the Civil War, coexistence is subjected to the violence that the war had generated among each other contenders. Without an organized authority, judges and executioners emerge everywhere. A woman will live an ordeal because his husband trapped under a timber. When asking for help, none of the people that cross the road help her.
A version of "Zorro" (fox in Spanish) but this time is a wolf... and black, located in California in mid-nineteenth century
Silent footage from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show: Johnny Baker, aka 'Cowboy Kid', shows his sharpshooting skills.
Jimmy is in pursuit of outlaw Marco but stops and helps farmers battle a greedy landowner who is attempting to buy up and control the entire region.
Two sworn enemies must put aside their differences and join forces to catch a gang of thieves led by a woman called "The Yara". They must fight to save their village from the bandits and do everything necessary to prevent The Yara from controlling their destinies.
A desperado is wanted by both the law and a gang of outlaws.
Three greedy relatives scheme for an inheritance and frame the good guy for the murder of the maker of the will.
Plot details unknown.
Tom is kidnapped by Mexican Guerrillas.
Tom and his friends play pranks on each other with fireworks.
Isolated after the death of her abolitionist husband, pioneer woman Joan must decide if she'll help Martha, a former slave fleeing for her life, along the Underground Railroad. As Martha forces Joan's hand, they make their way North, leaving behind bodies in their wake.
Scripted by Wallace Smith from his own story published in "Hearst's International Cosmopolitain Magazine,", Mexican-bandit Montero and his deaf-mute sidekick, Coloso, are being pursued through the sand-dunes of southern Arizona by lawman "Bob-Cat" Manners and his posse. Montero has intentions of robbing the bank owned by skinflint Lucius Perkins, but is sidetracked by the attractions of singing-teacher Helen Wardell. He learns that Perkins has marital designs on Helen and holds the mortgage on her ranch. But Helen is in love with Bill Howard. Perkins offers Montero money to kill his rival, but Montero fakes the murder. Prepared for a double-cross of his own double-cross, Montero takes the sheriff's posse prisoners, collects the offered blood-money from Perkins, and then forces Perkins, as the local justice-of-the-peace to perform a wedding ceremony for Helen and Howard.