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Singing cowboy and calvary officer Gene Autry earns the eye of the daughter of the colonel leading a jealous lieutenant to conspire to send him into a deadly ambush.
A young woman, Ann Shelby, turns to a life of crime and becomes an outlaw to enact revenge on the men who killed her brother in Reconstruction Era Missouri.
The origin of the masked man who becomes the Lone Ranger and that of his companion, Tonto. A re-edit of the first three episodes of the television series.
Annie and her friends are robbed while raising money for charity. Using a clever plan Annie recovers the money and traps the crooks. Original Air Date June 12 1954
Historical achievements and progress of the White Sands Missile Range in developing missiles for national defense. Opening with a review of the historical highlights of the Tularosa Basin, brief sequences are shown of Spanish conquistadores, early-day prospectors, wagon trains, cowboys, Indians, and the Cavalry, culminating in the first "A" bomb explosion which took place on the present-day White Sands Missile Range. The body of the film goes on to scenes of an early-day V-2 missile test. There follow brief sequences of technological "firsts" achieved at White Sands (e.g., missile-borne camera shots of the earth, the Viking missile, high-speed sled tests, static motor tests, and many others. Back dropped by the Oregon Mountains of New Mexico, "Tularosa Frontier" becomes a picture posing the question: "What does the future hold?"
Quirt Evans, an all round bad guy, is nursed back to health and sought after by Penelope Worth, a Quaker girl. He eventually finds himself having to choose between his world and the world Penelope lives in.