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From Lippert Pictures: The Lonesome Trail: Back from the Indian wars, a cowboy wages a single-handed war against a land baron and his henchmen. After his shooting hand is disabled, he masters the bow and arrow to take on the gang one arrow at a time! From the original 35mm widescreen negative. The Silver Star: A third generation deputy sheriff doubts whether or not he has the guts for the job that killed both his father and grandfather. His doubts are re-enforced when three vicious gunmen arrive in town. From the original 35mm widescreen negative. Bonus Features: Scene selections| Interview with Producer-Star Earle Lyon| Bios| Trivia| Trailers. Specs: DVD9; Dolby Digital; 14 minutes; B&W; 1.85:1 Aspect Ratio; MPAA – NR; Year – 1955; SRP - $14.99.

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  • Actors: Edgar Buchanan, Marie Windsor, Lon Chaney Jr., Earle Lyon, Richard Bartlett
  • Directors: Richard Bartlett
  • Writers: Richard Bartlett, Ian MacDonald, Gordon D. Shirreffs, J.A. Wenzel
  • Producers: Earle Lyon, Richard Bartlett, Ian MacDonald
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Black & White, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Vci Video
  • DVD Release Date: October 31, 2006
  • Run Time: 146 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000IOM1EG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #153,490 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By James D. Jones on December 23, 2006
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"The Lonesome Trail" has some of the best character acting you'll ever see.Edgar Buchanan,one of the best character actors ever, has a small part but played it well.Douglas Fowley's "Crazy Charlie" role was excellent,not quite a sidekick,but very much like many of Gabby Hayes' character roles.Richard Bartlett is such an effective bad guy,his characters in both this and "The Silver Star" are just sickening !Bartlett was also the writer and director of this fine western. This picture was my introduction to Adele Jergens,whose performance as a hard drinking saloon gal was fantastic.I don't know if she was as tall as Marie Windsor who was 5' 9", but I found Jergens to have a presence just as commanding.You also wont want to miss Wayne Morris as the shotgun toting bartender ! I just loved this Picture.

"The Silver Star" was excellent too.I bought this to see my favorite actress,Marie Windsor and was not disappointed.Windsor actually plays somewhat of a good girl in this one although she still just smoulders with sex appeal.This picture is really tense.It reminded me of "The Gunfighter",not alot of action but a very tense drama.Again we have a bonanza of great characters.Edgar Buchanan plays a really good part of a retired sheriff that is somewhat combat fatigued,lucky to be alive in the brutal,wild west.He wants to leave the sheriffing to the popular newly elected sheriff,played by Earle Lyon, who's father and grandfather were both gunned down while serving in the office.As soon as the town celebrates his election,the trouble begins.Richard Bartlett ,who also co wrote the screenplay and directed this picture, was as effective as an actor could be as the hired gunfighter,King Daniels.Sickening,just sickening,I hated the character ! Also look for Lon Chaney Jr as John W. Harmon,the town's crooked lawyer ! I would rate this picture a bit higher than "The Lonesome Trail" but I can honestly give both of these the full five stars.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Buxx on September 17, 2006
Robert L. Lippert, known as "The Quickie King" put out a considerable number of "B" movies during the late forties and early fifties...some were real klunkers, however tucked away amongst the tripe are a few real diamonds in the rough. "The Lonesome Trail" and "The Silver Star" are two real gems.

Both features were produced by Earle Lyon and directed by Richard Bartlett, and both producer and director took acting roles in the movies. OK, let there be no doubt about it, these are real low budget works...the casts in both features are filled out with names from Hollywood's 'Poverty Row' and the production values are extremely limited. Having said that the film makers do the most with their limited budgets.

"Lonesome Trail" concerns a small rancher (John Agar) who returns home from the Indian Wars to find his valley has been co-opted by baddies (Lyon and Bartlett). When Agar is seriously wounded in his gun arm, he develops a profficiency with bow and arrow and seeks revenge. A nice twist on a standard western.

But the REAL jewel here is "The Silver Star." Written by Ian McDonald, who played Gary Cooper's nemesis in "High Noon" we are presented with an anti-High Noon theme. Earle Lyon as the less than brave Sheriff, runs to the train station to buy a ticket out of town when the baddies arrive, rather than stand tall, like Coop and utter "I think I ought to stay." Despite the low budget there is a real story being told here, and it is in some respets, more realistic than it's inspiration,"High Noon."

In addistion to Earle Lyon as the Sheriff and Richard Bartlett as the Gunman, the cast is rounded out with veteran western heroine Marie Windsor, and features Edgar Buchanan, Lon Chaney and Barton Maclain.
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VCI Entertainment and Kit Parker Films presents "WESTERN DOUBLE FEATURE: The Lonesome Trail & The Silver Star (1955) --- (Dolby digitally remastered)....relive those thrilling days from the early '30s, '40s and '50s when western action took us down the dusty trails and the plains to exciting adventures --- some of the best B-Westerns ever to grace the Saturday Matinee Screen --- just remember double thrills, mystery and suspense hitting the bull's eye with excitement ... don't miss any of the features loaded with top notch directors and actors that will leave you wanting more of their B-Western adventures ... so pop some popcorn, sit back and enjoy your favorite film noir westerns.

First up we have Lippert Pictures & L&B Production Company - "THE LONESOME TRAIL" (1955) (73 mins/B&W) --- Under Richard H. Bartlett (Director / Screenwriter), Earle Lyon (Producer), Ian MacDonald (Screenwriter), Gordon D. Shirreffs (Book Author), Leon Klatzkin (Composer (Music Score) ------ the cast includes Wayne Morris (Dandy Dayton), John Agar (Johnny Rush), Margia Dean (Pat Wells), Edgar Buchanan (Dan Wells), Adele Jergens (Mae), Earle Lyon (Hal Brecker), Ian MacDonald (Gonaga), Douglas Fowley (Charlie), Richard Bartlett (Baker), Betty Blythe (Mrs. Wells), Diane DeLaire (Julie) . . . . . . . our story takes place after the Indian Wars and our hero John Agar discovers things aren't what they use to be at home ... not only is his land gone but also the girl he left behind is now engaged to the rich cattle baron, Earle Lyon ... everyone in town is afraid of Lyon and they won't back Agar except old Charlie (Douglas Fowley), Ian MacDonald (Gonaga) and Wayne Morris (bar tender) ... Agar is shot and left for dead, the wound in his shoulder is bad ... Agar learns to shoot with a bow and arrow ...
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