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On his last day in office, town marshal Will Kane gets married and plans to retire on a farm but news that paroled killer Frank Miller is coming to get revenge on Kane changes the marshal's retirement plans.
A widowed rancher bands together with his neighbors to battle a group of mobsters who have come from the industrialized East looking to overtake the Western town and collect a girl with a mysterious past. The old and new worlds collide, leading to an explosive showdown.
Set in 1990s Texas, a bank robber named Peggy Jo Tallas gets away with her heists by dressing up as a man, aka “Cowboy Bob.” Her disguises are carefully crafted, with the help of a towel stuffed under her shirt, a leather jacket and a fake beard.
Set near the Mexican border at the turn of the previous century, a group of men assemble and storm across the badlands to find their captive sisters, doing anything they deem necessary to achieve their goal. Lives, ethics and sanity are imperiled during the wild, brutal struggle that ensues and nobody is safe.
Set against the rolling hills and the lawless towns of the American wild west in the late 1800s, Chief is the leader of a posse of black cowboys in search of truth & justice.
Set in the Utah territory during the mid-1800s gold rush, Porter Rockwell, a U.S. Deputy Marshal, reluctantly leads a family of prospectors into the mountains, where they are ambushed and he is left for dead. Fueled by vengeance, Rockwell treks through rugged and snowy terrain to hunt down the gang that kidnapped a rebellious young girl.
A group of ruthless thieves use the cover of a torrential rainstorm to plunder a frontier town.
After freed slave Britt Johnson moves his family to Young County, TX at the end of the Civil War, his family and neighbors are attacked by Comanche and Kiowa, with many of them being taken captive. While Britt waits through the winter before he can set out to rescue his wife and children, Samuel Hammond, a Quaker man preaching nonviolence and an agrarian lifestyle gets sent to the region to be the new Indian Agent. The contrast between Johnson, a pragmatic man of action, and Hammond, an idealist who struggles with the ambiguities of reality, echoes the history of a period when government programs and westward expansion collided, ruinously, with Native cultures.