Classic movies about the Old West.

  • Down Texas Way

    Three U.S. Marshals (Buck Jones, Tim McCoy, Raymond Hatton) work under cover to foil a gang of racketeers.

  • Daniel Boone, Trail Blazer

    The frontiersman (Bruce Bennett) leads settlers to Kentucky, where he makes peace with a Shawnee chief (Lon Chaney)

  • My Pal Trigger (1946)

    This gentle, tuneful western is one of cowboy crooner Roy Rogers' best and most successful films; it is also his personal favorite. The fanciful tale tells how Rogers obtained his magnificent horse Trigger and begins with horse trader Rogers as he prepares to breed his best mare with his best fri...

  • Man From Cheyenne (1942)

    Wyoming government agent tracks down modern cattle rustlers, led by a girl who coaxes info from the ranchers with her good looks

  • Lights From Old Santa Fe (1940)

    Roy Rogers and Trigger become the star attractions of a struggling rodeo in order to save the rodeo owner from bankruptcy

  • King of the Cowboys (1943)

    Roy Rogers is a rodeo star hired by the government to find out who's been sabotaging military warehouses. While working undercover at a carnival, Roy finds out that a bogus mindreader is sending secret messages to the Nazis

  • Jesse James At Bay (1941)

    James finds out a crooked banker is cheating the settlers, so he starts robbing banks and trains to raise money for them. Roy Rogers does double-duty as James and as a look-a-like outlaw

  • In Old Cheyenne (1943)

    Clint Ross arrives in Cheyenne broke. Big Bill Harmon runs Cheyenne and impressed by Clint, Gets him appointed City Marshal. After having the Governor killed, Harmon now gets Clint appointed governor. He expects Clint to follow his orders but Clint has other ideas

  • In Old Caliente (1939)

    In the newly annexed state of California, Rogers must battle the evil foreman of a Spanish Don's ranch, who tries to keep settlers out of the area by blaming crimes on them

  • Yellow Rose Of Texas (1944)

    Rogers is an insurance agent who goes undercover as a showboat singer to clear the name of an old man falsely arrested for a stagecoach robbery

  • Under California Stars (1948)

    During the broadcasting of a celebration marking Roy's tenth year making films, Trigger is kidnapped and held for a $100,000 ransom.

  • Sunset Serenade (1942)

    Easterner must defend her newly acquired ranch when a villain tries to cheat her out of it. It's up to Roy and The Pioneers to save the day. Songs include: "I'm Headin' for the Home Corral", "He's a No Good Son of a Gun", "Sandman Lullaby", "Song of the San Joaquin", & "I'm a Cowboy Rockefeller

  • Sunset On The Desert (1942)

    Rogers in a dual role as a good guy who goes undercover when he's mistaken for his black hat wearing doppelganger

  • Springtime In The Sierras (1947)

    Gang of poachers murders a game warden who just happens to be Rogers' best friend.

  • South Of Santa Fe (1942)

    Roy escorts three important investors to appraise some land, but a big-city gangster kidnaps the three and convinces the sheriff that Roy and the Sons of the Pioneers are responsible. Now, who would believe something like that?

  • Song Of Texas (1943)

    A man of no worth brags to his daughter back East that he is rich and owns a big ranch. When she decides to pay a visit to her father, Roy and his buddies agree to pretend that the poor man is the owner of the ranch

  • Song Of Nevada (1944)

    Local rancher is presumed dead when his plane goes down; but he's still kickin', and has hired Rogers to "tame" his shrewish daughter, stealing her away from her snobbish, eastern fianc?. Songs include: "New Moon Over Nevada", "A Cowboy has to Yodel in the Morning", and "The Harum Scarum Baron of...

  • Silver Spurs (1943)

    Villainous resort owner Carradine kills a rancher to get the oil on another ranch, and pins the murder on Roy

  • Shine On Harvest Moon (1938)

    Two ex-partners in a ranching endeavor break their partnership and start a range war. Rogers gets into the act when one frames the other for criminal activity.

  • Sheriff Of Tombstone (1941)

    Roy and Gabby arrive in Tombstone and Roy is mistaken for the bad guy gunslinger for whom the crooked mayor sent

  • Rough Riders Roundup (1949)

    Now that the Spanish-American war is over, Roy and other Rough Riders become border patrolmen. Their goal is to stop outlaws who are stealing gold from stage coaches and express offices

  • Ridin' Down The Canyon (1942)

    Rogers saves the day from a group of war profiteers who are rustling cattle for sale to the government at outrageous prices

  • Red River Valley (1941)

    Roy helps ranchers who are threatened by a water shortage raise money for a reservoir, but they are conned by a gambler who makes off with the funds

  • On The Old Spanish Trail (1947)

    With a $10,000 note Roy co-signed for the Pioneers due, Roy plans to get the money from the reward for the capture of the Gypsy. After he captures him he lets him go realizing he is innocent and it's not long before the real outlaws show their hand.