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Universal, Columbia, RKO and other studios made lean, enjoyable westerns with well-remembered casts, all in gorgeous Technicolor.

This series, mostly untelevised and not on DVD, salutes the stars, stories and directors in double-feature formats ideal for family viewing

  • Law and Order (1953) / Silver Lode (1954)
    Lawman Ronald Reagan and his wife (Dorothy Malone) pursue his brother’s killer (Preston Foster) … plus John Payne and Lizabeth Scott are framed for Dan Duryea’s brother’s death.
  • The Virginian (1946) / Man of the West (1958)
    Ranch hand Joel McCrea vs. cattle rustler Brian Donlevy in Stuart Gilmore’s classic with Barbara Britton … plus Gary Cooper and Julie London in Anthony Mann’s A-l oater with crazy Lee J. Cobb.
  • The Violent Men (1955) / No Name on the Bullet (1959)
    Union hero Glenn Ford returns to a range war against Edward G. Robinson and Barbara Stanwyck … plus Audie Murphy switches hats as a paid assassin, with Joan Evans.
  • The Man from Colorado (1948) / Garden of Evil (1954)
    Civil War vet Glenn Ford also plays a killer opposite marshal William Holden … plus Gary Cooper, Susan Hayward, Richard Widmark in Henry Hathaway’s Mexican hunt.
  • Broken Arrow (1950) / Winchester ‘73 (1950)
    James Stewart befriends Cochise (Jeff Chandler) and wife Debra Paget in Delmer Daves’ drama … plus Stewart in Anthony Mann’s revenge western with Shelley Winters, Dan Duryea.

Children age 12 and under half-price (must be accompanied by a parent/guardian).


Brief Bio

Kurt Brokaw is an associate teaching professor at The New School and the senior film critic of The Independent.

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