The future, 2004. The malicious General Blight, leader of T.O.X.I.N., has set his sights on galactic conquest. Unfortunately for Blight, John Carbon and his psychic super-pals never get tired of kicking evil's butt.
Patrick J. MacEachern,
Darryl M. Jordan
Ella Connors is a single woman who gets pressured to sell her failing cattle farm to her corrupt ex suitor, Jacob Ewing. She asks for help from her neighbor, Frank Athearn. As Ella and ... See full summary »
A female photographer teams up with a policeman to try to bring down a corrupt police officer who framed her for drug possession and during her investigation, finds that not everything, or everyone, is what they appear to be.
Charles T. Kanganis
On their way to Montana, three unsuspecting cowhands--John Coleman, July, and B.D. Sweetman--have a chance encounter and swap one of their horses with Virgilio Segura, a Mexican bandit who once rode with Billy the Kid himself. Indeed, Bad Jim, the newly-acquired mustang, was a real bargain; however, what on earth possessed the innocent companions to start killing and robbing banks? In the end, who is to blame for this instantaneous and horrible transformation?Written by
The bandana/wild rag of Roundtrees' character change from white to red and to white again during the manhunting and other post scenes. See more »
Those savages are crazy! They come running in here, jabbin' at us with those sticks, and then runnin' off hollerin'. One of 'em got me right here in the shoulder... just light as a feather.
I'm saying that's just like the Indian... for the glory of it, that's all. They ain't much for killin'.
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Bajo La Estrellas
Music by Louie Stone
Lyrics by Louie Stone, Ralph Milliken and Michael Luna
Performed by Ralph Milliken See more »
It's not often that the horses do a better job of acting than the principle in a western. While James Brolin and Richard Roundtree were passable John Clark gable was gawd awful. The story line itself didn't really make any sense, apparently riding Billy the Kid's horse altered the sensibilities of the rider. If that was indeed the premise of the story more should have been made of it. Although the narrative was incoherent the scenery was good and Brolin's appaloosa horse was stunning. It's a shame they wasted the time and effort it took to make a film that didn't make any sense.This would make a good movie to have on with no audio and music playing while you clean the house.
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