UTAH TRAIL (1938) – Tex Ritter, Pee Wee (Snub) Pollard, Horace Murphy, Pamela Blake, Karl Hcakett and Charles King. Directed by Al Herman.
Amid wild claims of a “ghost” train, railroad agent Tex Stewart (Tex Ritter) heads to Arizona with his pals, Pee Wee (Snub Pollard) and Ananias (Horace Murphy). Some nocturnal sleuthing convinces Tex that the spectral locomotive is very real and is being used by local cattle rustlers to spirit away stolen livestock.
WESTBOUND STAGE (1940) – Tex Ritter, Nolan Willis, Muriel Evans, Tom London, Steve Clark and Reed Howes. Directed by Spencer Gordon Bennett.
Famous scout, Tex Wallace (Tex Ritter), sets his sights on the seemingly unstoppable Greer Gang, a mob of bloodthirsty killers running roughshod through the territory. The gang draws Tex’s ire by brazenly raiding a U.S. Army patrol under the command of his cousin, slaughtering everyone in sight.
Not rated. Black and white. 110 minutes. Region 0 encoding (can be played worldwide; NTSC).