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The Martyrs of the Alamo

The Martyrs of the Alamo

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in Epic/Historical, Texas Movies
The Martyrs of the Alamo This earliest surviving Alamo film is the story of the defense of the Spanish mission used as a fortress by 185 Texans and volunteers against an overwhelming Mexican army in 1836. The Birth of a Nation was the most influential film in early film history and had enormous impact on subsequent pictures. Few other films demonstrate that influence as well as The Martyrs of the Alamo . Established at the opening subtitle, "The Birth of Texas", the film's structure, filming and...
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Songs and Saddles

Songs and Saddles

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Featuring Gene Austin, a country music star at the time and famous for "My Blue Heaven" as the cowboy hero who stops every once in a while to play a tune or two. Austin actually showed the film at his performances while touring southern America where he was quite popular. Austin performs songs such as "I'm Coming Home" and "Rootin' Tootin' Shootin' Man from Texas," both written by him, and romances leading lady Lynne Barkeley. Songs and Saddles is a great way to enjoy country music from the nine...
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Texas Terror

Texas Terror

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John Wayne stars as Sheriff John Higgins who quits his job and goes into prospecting after he thinks he has killed his best friend during a shoot-out with robbers. Ed Williams, portrayed by George "Gabby" Hayes, takes over as sheriff after Sheriff Higgins resigns. He runs into his dead friend's sister Bess Matthews, portrayed by Lucile Brown, and helps her run her ranch where she later finds out about his past. Texas Terror, released in 1935, is one of several B-Westerns released by Monogram Pic...
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The San Antonio Kid

The San Antonio Kid

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in Texas Movies
Red Ryder in The San Antonio Kid - Wild Bill Elliott (1944)
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