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"The Lone Gun" (1954) Cruze (George Montgomery), the new marshal of Marlpine and his gambler pal, Fairweather (Frank Faylen), go up against a dastardly gang of cattle rustlers led by Tray Moran (Neville Brand). Filled with brawling fistfights, corrupt card games, brutal shootouts and even a bit of romance, The Lone Gun will keep you on the edge of your seat until the action-packed final showdown! "Ride Out For Revenge" (1957) Devious Cavalry officer Capt. George (Lloyd Bridges) gets orders to move a tribe of Cheyenne to a reservation. Marshal Tate (Rory Calhoun) is in love with the chiefs beautiful daughter (Joanne Gilbert) and thinks the Cheyenne should be allowed to stay. However, when Tates nephew is killed in a Cheyenne raid, he is forced into a deadly battle to save his town, save his girl, and prevent a full-scale Indian war. In a world of hate, jealously and greed, Tate must risk everything to be with the woman he loves. "Gunsight Ridge" (1957) When a mysterious stranger, Mike Ryan (Joel McCrea), comes to the aid of the local sheriff, he is deputized and suddenly immersed in the hunt for a prolific and deadly thief, Velvet Clark (Mark Stevens). When the townspeople demand the sheriffs resignation, Ryan comes forward and reveals his true identity as a Wells Fargo agent and teams up with the sheriff to unmask the notorious Velvet. "Gun Belt" (1953) Reformed outlaw Billy Ringo (George Montgomery) operates a ranch with the help of his nephew Chip (Tab Hunter) and his fiance (Helen Westcott). When his brother, Matt Ringo (John Dehner), escapes from prison and frames him for a bank robbery, Billy is forced back into a life on the run. To prove his innocence, Billy must confront his brother, infiltrate a gang, take down an old gun-slinging rival, save Chip from a life of crime and deliver the gang to Marshal Wyatt Earp.
|Starring:||George Montgomery, Dorothy Malone, Rory Calhoun, Gloria Grahame, Joel McCrea, Tab Hunter, Lloyd Bridges|
|Studio Name:||Gaiam America|
|DVD Release Date:||05/14/2013|
|Run Time (in minutes):||316 minutes|
|Audio Tracks:||AC, Digital Sound|
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