Back Fire 1922

Two cowboys drift into town. Both are broke, and one of them jokingly suggests they rob the local express office. A citizen overhears them, and when the office is robbed soon afterwards, the cowboys are blamed for it.

Legend of Cougar Canyon 1976

There are many wonderful and dangerous legends about Cougar Canyon, a sacred Navajo terrain. Two young boys must face the legends and dangers when they go to rescue a lost goat.

Little Big Sky

After interviewing three Kingsbury locals, director Cait Davis used the audio from their interviews to create a stop-motion animation where the construction of each puppet “actor” is influenced by the content of the interview stories. From the inside of a fabricated miniature honky tonk bar, each character shares a story of their rural American home-town; examining small-town lore and the importance of embracing humanity's rich and textured history viewed through the lens of Kingsbury, Texas.

Hero Called Allegria 1971

Two brothers, Ray and Pot, exercise their bank robbing talents. They rob and get robbed in rapid succession. After acquiring a new partner (Steve) and accumulating a good haul, Ray is killed for the gold and Steve is captured by Lobo, a Mexican bandit.

L'ostaggio 1975

When "Billy the Liar" kidnaps a young girl's dog, she calls on her friends and the local child sheriff. He sets off in pursuit but is waylaid by Indians but manages to capture Billy who is sentenced to a severe whipping.

Zorro, Rider of Vengeance 1971

In Old Calfiornia, an unscrupulous adventurer massacre Indians in order to find an ancient (and precious) talisman they are supposed to hide. Zorro will be on the rescue to protect both the pioneers and the Indians. This adventure has very little in common with the traditional swashbuckling backstage of Zorro's films but many elements of a western film.