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Cattle Queen of Montana western movie starring – Barbara Stanwyck, Ronald Reagan, Gene Evans.
The Jones family, about to prove claim to prime Montana land, is raided by renegade Indians in league with villainous neighbor McCord, who gets most of the stolen cattle. Two survivors are helped by college-educated chief’s son Colorados. Now Sierra Nevada Jones must fight for her land against legal technicalities and assorted villains. Can she gain the help of McCord’s hired gun.
Tennessee’s Partner starring John Payne and Ronald Reagan
A tough, womanizing high-stakes gambler known only as Tennessee has an uneasy relationship with Duchess, madam of a thinly-disguised bordello, and no other friends at all. He is saved from murder by a lonesome cowpoke My friends call me Cowpoke. in town to meet his fiancée Goldie on the steamboat. When she arrives, there’s a mysterious undercurrent between Goldie and Tennessee, whose newfound friendship with Cowpoke is destined to be severely tried.
John Payne as Tennessee
Ronald Reagan as Cowpoke
Rhonda Fleming as Duchess
Coleen Gray as Goldie.
Santa Fe Trail free western movies and television shows from all over the web for you to watch here for FREE . Santa Fe Trail starring Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Raymond Massey and Ronald Reagan 1940 Movie. from 1940 The story of Jeb Stuart, his romance with Kit Carson Holliday, friendship with George Custer and battles against John Brown in the days leading up to the outbreak of the American Civil War. Directed by Michael Curtiz Written by Robert Buckner.
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The Last Outpost 1951 Ronald Reagan.
The Last Outpost 1951 Ronald Reagan Full Lenght Western Movie
Director: Lewis R. Foster
Stars: Ronald Reagan, Rhonda Fleming, Bruce Bennett
Here are copies of parts of the letters Ronald Reagan wrote to Nancy during filming of Cattle Queen of Montana made in 1954. printed in I Love You, Ronnie: Thanks to Toby Roan for bringing this information to the surface.
“The first day of shooting and like all first days I can’t tell you good bad or indifferent. Everything is hectic and upset what with the truck caravan arriving from L.A. in the dark last night. Most of the morning was spent getting the trucks unloaded and the equipment straightened out. Ben B. (producer Benedict Bogeaus) is on hand so things can really get buggered up. I think Alan D. (director Allan Dwan) is trying to get some of the story holes plugged and this morning changed one scene ‘a la’ a suggestion from ‘guess who.’ However our opposition is B.B. himself so I only whisper in an off-ear and let them fight it out. So far ‘Lady S.’ (Barbara Stanwyck) is no help — taking the attitude of ‘who cares in these kinds of pictures.”
“I don’t know how the picture is going. We started in confusion and have managed to develop that characteristic to an unusual degree. B.B. is still defending his script, I’m still feeding suggestions to A.D. and those two then huddle and argue. Right now I’m waiting to go to work and the scheduled scene is one of those that needs changing the most… B.S. (Stanwyck again) just continues to go her merry way in the exclusive company of two hairdressers and her maid. I wonder what picture she’s making.
This, incidentally, is my first crack at picture making since the big switch to TV film work in Hollywood and it bears out everything we’ve ever said. First of all — getting a crew was a case of rounding up who you could find. The industry, as we have so often said, literally forced our technicians to seek work in TV and now we reap the harvest. Ben said there was a scramble to get enough guys for this crew — with no thought whatsoever of picking and choosing.”