Best Western Movies of 1978
Comes a Horseman
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 Frank fight back through stampedes, jealousy, betrayal, and sabotage...they eventually find love.
The Pussycat Ranch
The rough life of the western cowboy was dirty in more ways than one. And how better to ease the pains and problems of a round up than at the whoopin'est, hootin'est, whorein'est cathouse in the west - Pussycat Ranch! That's right, an entire layout of voluptuous vixens eager to please their men in every imaginable way. And when the star pussycat of them all, Sweet Polly, gets ahold of Billy The Kid, well, you'll just have to watch it to find out! From haystack to four-poster, at PUSSYCAT RANCH the action never quits!
True Grit: A Further Adventure
The further adventures of 'True Grit' Rooster Cogburn which has him battling injustice in his own unorthodox way while contending with a teenage girl bent on reforming him.
Canada Vignettes: Sodbusters
A Canadian prairie farm family has a tough beginning on their new farm.
White Fang and the Kid
The town drunk of Gallatin, Missouri is former outlaw Franky James, brother of Jesse James. He is reformed by a woman, a young boy and a dog. He helps rid the town of corrupt town boss Mr. Morgan.
In the 1800s Jake Jones finds a buffalo about to be eaten by coyotes. He rescues the buffalo and raises it. He names him Samson. Jones decides to break the buffalo and saddle him. He then becomes the guy ON A buffalo
Wild and Wooly
It's 1903 and some dastardly fiends are determined to assassinate President Teddy Roosevelt. It's up to some intrepid and courageous cowgirls to thwart the scheme.
Donner Pass: The Road to Survival
A grim incident from American pioneer history is recreated as a determined group of settlers, facing almost insurmountable odds, struggles to reach California in 1846. Already divided by internal dissension over the choice of a leader and the selection of a route, the wagon train is soon decimated by Indian raids, a scarcity of food and water, and the unrelenting forces of nature. Finally after months of hardship, the party reaches the High Sierras, only to be stranded in the middle of the pass by an early snowstorm. And as fear of an agonizing death from starvation forces the abandonment of conventional rules of human behavior, the pioneers face a new enemy - each other.
Shoot The Sun Down
Couple of strangers arrive in a small town, each one after a different thing.