What’s on Westerns Channel

There are THOUSANDS of westerns for our subscribers on The Westerns Channel

HERE IS A VERY SMALL SAMPLE OF THE THOUSANDS OF WESTERNS WE HAVE.

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The Lone Ranger and Tonto visit Phil Beach, an ex-bandit who was sent to prison by the Ranger but has now gone straight.
Beach has become a Lincoln impersonator and delivers the Gettysburg Address annually at the town’s festivities dressed as Honest Abe.

Beach is frustrated that Seth Hawkins, his estranged father-in-law, will not lend him the money to send his ailing wife to




a prescribed six months stay at a sanatorium. When Lefty, one of his ex-gang members, shows up that day and suggests a bank
robbery, Beach proposes that the bandit don the Lincoln makeup and provide him with an alibi while he robs his miserly
father-in-law’s hidden cache of money. The “friend” wants more than his promised share and double-crosses Beach by taking
the entire haul. After Lefty falls to his death trying to get away, it would seem that Beach is in the clear. However,
the Ranger had noticed that the Lincoln impersonator gestured with his left hand during the oration and suspects what has transpired.

Director: Earl Bellamy
Writers: DeVallon Scott (screenplay), George W. Trendle (creator)
Stars: Clayton Moore, Jay Silverheels, James Griffith

EPISODE 1 OF SEASON 2 of The Forsaken Westerns.
A Tale of Wells Fargo
This is the rarely seen pilot for the wonderful Tales of Wells Fargo series.

1956
Director: Bernard Girard
Writers: Zane Grey (story), Frank Gruber (story)




Stars: Dale Robertson, Helen Westcott, Paul Fix
Stuart Randall, Ray Teal, George Chandler, Kit Carson.
This is episode 30 of The Forsaken Westerns, an original TV series produced by Westerns On The Web Productions.

The Forsaken Westerns series contains episodes of TV shows that were never broadcast or have not been broadcast in as

many as 65 years. Almost lost forever, these rare television film treasures are now being released and uploaded for viewing collection.

The Forsaken Westerns is hosted by Bob Terry.

Released in 1932 and
Starring
Ken Maynard,
Ruth Hall,




Alan Roscoe

Blaze Howell stops a train holdup, but not is all that it appears to be. Very quickly Blaze is accused of the robbery and he has to make a quick getaway.
Also to complicate matters he gas a girl he is in love with that he just can’t stay away from.

 

HUNDREDS OF FULL LENGTH WESTERN MOVIES,HUNDREDS OF CLASSIC TV WESTERN EPISODES, THE NEW ORIGINAL SERIES – THE FORSAKEN WESTERNS- (classic western TV show episodes, many that were never broadcast to the public)
(some of the episodes of this series are available for free viewing on the Westerns On The Web youtube channel)
(But many will only be available on WesternsChannel.com for our subscribers),  INTERVIEWS WITH WESTERN STARS.

 

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 THOUSANDS OF WESTERNS.

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