Best Western Movies of 1918


'Blue Blazes' Rawden

6.0/10 IMDB

Rawden, a lumberjack in the North woods, fights with crooked dance hall owner 'Ladyfingers' Hilgard over the affections of Babette DuFresne. Hilgard is killed. When Hilgard's mother and younger brother arrive in the remote logging town, Rawden attempts to ease their suffering by creating the fiction that Hilgard had been a well-loved man who died naturally. But when young Eric Hilgard learns the truth of his brother's death, he comes gunning for Rawden.

Starring: William S. Hart, Maude George, Robert McKim, Gertrude Claire, Robert Gordon, Jack Hoxie ..
Directed by: William S. Hart
Release date: 1918-02-01
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Hell Bent

Hell Bent

6.1/10 IMDB

Some strong action and well sustained tension and a great third act, but this mostly a good showcase for Chayenne Harry’s presence, the mixx of nobility and not belonging that made Carey such an impressive western hero.

Starring: Harry Carey, Duke R. Lee, Neva Gerber ..
Directed by: John Ford
Release date: 1918-07-05
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Two-Gun Gussie

Two-Gun Gussie

5.6/10 IMDB

A mild-mannered young man has left home, and is now playing the piano in a bar in the west. The dangerous criminal Dagger-Tooth Dan enters the bar where the young man is playing. Soon afterwards, the local sheriff also arrives, with some letters that he has received. Dan notices the letters, and he switches the information in them to make the sheriff think that the piano player is the dangerous one.

Starring: Harold Lloyd, 'Snub' Pollard, Bebe Daniels, William Blaisdell, Charles Stevenson ..
Directed by: Alfred J. Goulding
Release date: 1918-05-19
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Thieves' Gold

Thieves' Gold

4.4/10 IMDB

Cheyenne Harry tries to help his outlaw friend Padden evade arrest after Padden has drunkenly shot another man. In the end, the two mismatched friends fight it out, leaving Padden dead. In a romantic subplot, Harry's fiancée Alice leaves him, but finally returns.

Starring: Harry Carey, Molly Malone, L.M. Wells, Helen Ware, Vester Pegg, John Cook, Harry Tenbrook, Martha Maddox, Millard K. Wilson ..
Directed by: John Ford
Release date: 1918-03-18
Best Western Movies of 1918 : A Woman's Fool

A Woman's Fool

4.3/10 IMDB

Cowboy Lin McLean's restlessness takes him to Denver, where he becomes enamored of a waitress named Katie. Intending to marry her, Lin accompanies Katie back to the ranch, but a traveling rainmaker arrives in the little town, and Katie departs with him after revealing that he is her husband. Visiting Denver for Christmas, Lin adopts Katie's abandoned son Billy, and soon afterwards, the cowboy meets and falls in love with the new station agent, Jessamine "Jessie" Buckner. Lin and Jessie marry, and the little family is happy until Katie, determined to be rid of her neglectful husband and marry Lin instead, appears and drives Jessie away. Realizing that Lin does not love her, Katie poisons herself, and Jessie returns to Lin and Billy.

Starring: Harry Carey, Bette Schade, Molly Malone, Millard K. Wilson, Ed Jones, Vester Pegg, Roy Clark, William A. Carroll, Sam De Grasse ..
Directed by: John Ford
Release date: 1918-08-17
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Headin' South

Headin' South

7.7/10 IMDB

A lost film. As described in a film magazine Exhibitors Herald on March 16, 1918: "a forest ranger known only as Headin' South (Fairbanks) goes forth in search of Spanish Joe (Campeau), a Mexican responsible for most of the treachery and outlawry along the U.S.-Mexican boarder. Headin' South gains quite a reputation as he goes along and finally believes himself worthy of joining Joe's band. in a whirlwind finish in which Joe is captured, Headin' South meets one of Joe's near victims (MacDonald) and falls in love with her."

Starring: Douglas Fairbanks, Frank Campeau, Katherine MacDonald, Hoot Gibson, Jim Mason, Johnny Judd, Tom Grimes, Art Acord, Edward Burns, Jack Holt ..
Directed by: Allan Dwan
Release date: 1918-02-25

The Scarlet Drop

3.9/10 IMDB

"Kaintuck" Ridge (Carey), refused admission to the local militia to fight on the side of Union in the American Civil War, joins a gang of marauders and at the end of the conflict finds himself a fugitive with a price on his head.

Starring: Harry Carey, Molly Malone, Vester Pegg, Millard K. Wilson, Betty Schade, Martha Maddox, Steve Clemente ..
Directed by: John Ford
Release date: 1918-04-22
Best Western Movies of 1918 : The Tiger Man

The Tiger Man

5.0/10 IMDB

Outlaw Hawk Parsons, notoriously successful in his pursuits, has been caught by the local sherif of a New Mexico town in the 1850s. The overly prideful sherif and his lawmen are outsmarted and Parsons escapes. In the desert, he falls in with a reverend, his wife, and their group of missionaries, who hope to establish a church. After coming under attack by a tribe of Native Americans, Parsons strikes a deal: in exchange for the safe keeping of the missionaries, he takes the reverend's wife for himself. Ultimately a parable of Christian values, the film's narrative establishes and overcomes obstacles that test the virtue of men in the American West.

Starring: William S. Hart, Jane Novak, Milton Ross, Robert Lawrence, Charles K. French, J.P. Lockney ..
Directed by: William S. Hart
Release date: 1918-04-30
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Winner Takes All

Winner Takes All

0.0/10 IMDB

Saul Chadron, a brutal cattle baron, is distressed that homesteaders are intruding on his domain and hires outlaws to drive them away.

Starring: Monroe Salisbury, Alfred Allen, Betty Schade, Helen Jerome Eddy, Sam De Grasse ..
Directed by: Elmer Clifton
Release date: 1918-07-20
Best Western Movies of 1918 : Out West

Out West

6.3/10 IMDB

The story involves Arbuckle coming to the western town of Mad Dog Gulch (which the intertitles call "the toughest town in the movies") after being thrown off a train and chased by Indians. He teams up with gambler/saloon owner Bill Bullhum (Keaton), in trying to keep the evil Wild Bill Hickup (Al St. John) away from Salvation Army girl, Salvation Sue (Alice Lake). Fatty and Buster have a series of adventures trying to beat St. John, until they discover his one weakness: his ticklishness.

Starring: Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, Buster Keaton, Al St. John, Alice Lake, Joe Keaton ..
Directed by: Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle
Release date: 1918-01-20

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