|Charro! 1969 G, 98 min.|
Director: Charles Marquis Warren
Cast: Elvis Presley, Ina Balin, Victor French, Lynn Kellogg, James Sikking, Robert Karnes, Paul Brinegar, Barbara Werle, Solomon Sturges, Harry Landers, Tony Young, James Almanzar, Charles H. Grey, Garry Walberg, Rodd Redwing
Reformed gunfighter Jess Wade (Elvis Presley) is falsely accused of stealing a jewel-encrusted cannon–the legendary Victory Gun–used during Mexico's fight for freedom. Jess seeks safety in Rio Seco, and, when his former band of outlaws who actually stole the cannon, prepares to terrorize the town, Jess arms the townsfolk so that they are prepared for an attack. Fighting ensues, and Jess helps save the town.
|Chato's Land 1972 PG, 100 min.|
Director: Michael Winner
Cast: Charles Bronson, Jack Palance, Richard Basehart, James Whitmore, Victor French, Simon Oakland, Ralph Waite, Richard Jordan, Jill Ireland, Lee Patterson
A half-breed Apache (Charles Bronson) is on the run in 1870's New Mexico. He is the suspect in a murder case, and a brutal posse will stop at nothing in the attempt to capture him.
|Choices 1981 PG, 90 min.|
Director: Silvio Narizzano
Cast: Paul Carafotes, Victor French, Val Avery, Lelia Goldoni, Dennis Patrick, Don Stark, Demi Moore, William R. Moses, Stephen Nichols, Pat Buttram
Good student John Carluccio (Paul Carafotes) also plays football for his high school. After he is diagnosed with partial deafness, he is told by the school that he can no longer play football. This alienates John and causes him to get in with the wrong crowd. That girlfriend of John's is Demi Moore in her first film, brief though it is.
|Flap 1970 PG, 107 min.|
Genre: Western / Comedy / Drama
Director: Carol Reed
Cast: Anthony Quinn, Claude Akins, Tony Bill, Shelley Winters, Victor Jory, Don Collier, Rodolfo Acosta, Susanna Miranda, Victor French, Anthony Caruso, William Mims, Rudy Diaz, Pedro Regas, John War Eagle, J. Edward McKinley
Flapping Eagle (Anthony Quinn) is an alcoholic American Indian who fights for political rights for his fellow Native Americans.
|Little House on the Prairie 1974 TV, 96 min.|
Director: Michael Landon
Cast: Michael Landon, Melissa Gilbert, Karen Grassle, Melissa Sue Anderson, Victor French, Matthew Laborteaux, Dean Butler, Victor Mohica, Marian Beeler, John Steadman, Lindsay Greenbush, Sidney Greenbush
This is the pilot for the long-running TV series. Based on a novel by Laura Ingalls Wilder, it tells the story of a family that moves to the prairies of Minnesota shortly after the Civil War to start a new life.
|An Officer and a Gentleman 1982 R, 125 min.|
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director: Taylor Hackford
Cast: Richard Gere, Debra Winger, Louis Gossett Jr., David Keith, Robert Loggia, Lisa Blount, Lisa Eilbacher, Tony Plana, Harold Sylvester, David Caruso, Victor French, Grace Zabriskie, Tommy Petersen, Mara Scott-Wood, David Greenfield
This story of the 13 weeks an officer candidate must endure while in training for his career is entertaining. Richard Gere plays the officer candidate who strives to attain his goal of flying jets. Louis Gossett Jr. takes on the role of the drill sergeant who turns boys into men, and Debra Winger plays Gere's love interest, the town girl with her own dreams of improving her station in life. An Oscar was presented to Gossett for his supporting role, and the song "Up Where We Belong" also won. Debra Winger received a nomination as Best Actress.
|The Other 1972 PG, 108 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Robert Mulligan
Cast: Uta Hagen, Diana Muldaur, Chris Udvarnoky, Martin Udvarnoky, Norma Connolly, Victor French, Loretta Leversee, Lou Frizzell, Portia Nelson, Jenny Sullivan
In this story, set in Connecticut during the 1930s, Niles (Chris Udvarnoky) and his twin brother, Holland (Martin Udvarnoky), represent forces of good and evil in this thriller involving lethal incidents around their household.
|Rio Lobo 1970 G, 114 min.|
Director: Howard Hawks
Cast: John Wayne, Jack Elam, Jennifer O'Neill, Jorge Rivero, Christopher Mitchum, Victor French, Mike Henry, David Huddleston, Bill Williams, Edward Faulkner
In this light-hearted Western, John Wayne plays a Union colonel with problems getting gold shipments to their proper destinations; it seems that Confederate guerillas are in need of the loot and are helping themselves. As usual, Jack Elam is great. This was Howard Hawks' final film.
|Wild Rovers 1971 PG, 110 min.|
Director: Blake Edwards
Cast: William Holden, Ryan O'Neal, Karl Malden, Lynn Carlin, Tom Skerritt, Joe Don Baker, James Olson, Moses Gunn, Rachel Roberts, Victor French, Leora Dana, Sam Gilman, Charles H. Gray, William Bryant, Jack Garner
This is an insightful Western about kind-but-not-so-bright cowboys Ross Bodine and Frank Post (William Holden and Ryan O'Neal) who rob a bank and head for safety in Mexico. But, their boss, rancher Walter Buckman (Karl Malden), sends his sons John and Paul (Tom Skerritt and Joe Don Baker) with the posse in pursuit, and the flight from justice proves fatal.
|1. Charro! (1969)|
2. Chato's Land (1972)
3. Choices (1981)
4. Flap (1970)
5. Little House on the Prairie (1974)
6. An Officer and a Gentleman (1982)
7. The Other (1972)
8. Rio Lobo (1970)
9. Wild Rovers (1971)
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