Western films. Detective and mystery films. Film remakes. Feature films. War films. Silent films.
In English; Thundering Thompson is a silent film with English intertitles and added musical accompaniment.
(Cavalcade of the west) "Two brothers are separated when young. One becomes the pony express rider Clint Knox and the other the outlaw Ace Carter. Their next meeting finds Ace way-laying Clint as he delivers the mail."--IMDb website. (The fighting renegade) "A government agent falsely accused of murdering a professor takes the identity of 'The Puma', a Mexican vigilante leader, to hide his real identity and find the actual killers."--IMDb website. (Devil riders) "A crooked lawyer and his gang are trying to steal some government land meant for a stagecoach company. The company hires a cowboy to stop them."--IMDb website. (Loaded pistols) "Gene protects young Larry Evans, wrongly accused of murder, while trying to find the real badguys."--IMDb website. (Renegade girl) "Jean Shelby, a member of a family of Confederate sympathizers in Missouri during the Civil War, has been providing information about the Union Army to Confederate Raiders. So the Union is trying to capture the Shelby family, with the help of an outcast Indian who has his own grudge against the Shelbys. When Jean and a Yankee captain fall in love, their plans and loyalties are tested."--IMDb website. (Thundering Thompson) "Using a false accusation of unlawful land-squatting, Bill Edwards goes to the County Seat and has Sheriff Brown to swear out a warrant against sheep-herders Marie Valerian and her father. The Sheriff sends a Deputy, 'Thundering' Thompson, back to serve the warrant. Thompson learns that Edwards is only trying to force the Valerians to sell their sheep to him at a cheap price, and comes back without serving the warrant. This enrages Edwards who enlists the aid of a local cattleman and his hands to drive off the sheep. Thompson sets out to keep this from happening."--IMDb website.
Cavalcade of the west / Division Pictures, Inc. ; Walter Futter presents ; directed by Harry Fraser ; story & screen play, Norman Huston (60 min.) The fighting renegade / Victory Pictures Corporation ; Sam Katzman presents ; original story and screenplay by William Lively ; directed by Sam Newfield (53 min.) Devil riders / PRC Pictures presents ; produced by Sigmund Neufeld ; original story & screenplay by Joe O'Donnell ; directed by Sam Newfield (56 min.) Loaded pistols / Columbia Pictures Corporation presents ; a Gene Autry production ; story and screen play by Dwight Cummins, Dorothy Yost ; produced by Armand Schaefer ; directed by John English (66 min.) Renegade girl / Robert L. Lippert presents ; distributed by Screen Guild Productions, Inc. ; produced and directed by William Berke ; [original screenplay by Edwin V. Westrate] (66 min.) Thundering Thompson / [Morris R. Schlank Productions] ; distributed by Anchor Film Distributors, Inc. ; directed by B. Frank Wilson ; [story and scenario by Robert Dillon] (46 min.).
(Cavalcade of the west) Hoot Gibson, Rex Lease, Marion Shilling. (The fighting renegade) Tim McCoy, Joyce Bryant, Ben Corbett. (Devil riders) Buster Crabbe, Al (Fuzzy) St. John, Patti McCarty (Loaded pistols) Gene Autry, Barbara Britton, Chill Wills. (Renegade girl) Ann Savage, Alan Curtis, Edward Brophy. (Thundering Thompson) Cheyenne Bill, Neva Gerber, Al Ferguson.
(Cavalcade of the west) Photography, Paul Ivano; editor, Arthur Brooks; music, Lee Zahler. (The fighting renegade) Photography, Art Reed; editor, Holbrook Todd. (Devil riders) Director of photography, Robert Cline; editor, Bob Crandall. (Loaded pistols) Director of photography, William Bradford; editor, Aaron Stell; music, Mischa Bakaleinikoff. (Renegade girl) Cinematography, James Brown, Jr.; editor, Arthur A. Brooks; music, Darrell Calker. (Thundering Thompson) Photography, Robert Cline; editor, Earl C. Turner.
Videodisc release of six motion pictures produced in 1929 (Thundering Thompson), 1936 (Cavalcade of the west), 1939 (The fighting renegade), 1943 (Devil riders), 1946 (Renegade girl) and 1949 (Loaded pistols). The fighting renegade is a remake of the 1932 motion picture Hidden valley.--c.f. IMDb website. Issued by the distributor as disc three in an eight-disc set. University of Pennsylvania Libraries have cataloged these discs separately. The fighting renegade was 58 minutes duration when originally released. Loaded pistols was 78 minutes duration when originally released. Thundering Thompson and Renegade girl are listed on the disc label as the fifth and sixth films, respectively. On the DVD the playing order of these two films is reversed. Aspect ratio 4:3.