The Western Collection

  |  Buy to Own: 19/10/2009
  |  660 min
Rated TBC by the BBFC


Collection of seven western films. 'Captain Apache' (1971) tells the story of a Native American US army officer (Lee Van Cleef) who uncovers a plot to assassinate the president. 'Chino' (1973) is about a loner horse breeder (Charles Bronson) who reluctantly takes in a young runaway (Vincent Van Patten) and shows him how to raise, break and breed horses. In 'A Town Called Hell' (1971) a widow (Stella Stevens) takes revenge on a group of Mexican revolutionaries ten years after they murdered her husband. 'The Big Trees' (1952) tells the story of a callous lumber baron (Kirk Douglas) who tries to take command of a forest valley which is home to a community of Quakers. In 'Boot Hill' (1969) the victims of an overbearing town boss are aided by an unexpected band of gunmen and circus performers. 'Blood Money' (1974) tells the tale of a martial artist (Lieh Lo) who joins a gunfighter (Van Cleef) in his search for treasure. In 'The Lone Ranger' (1956) the eponymous hero (Clayton Moore) and his sidekick Tonto (Jay Silverheels) prevent Reece Kilmore (Lyle Bettger) from using sacred Native American land to mine silver.