A.C. Lyles Westerns in their original aspect—would be willing to acquire in ANY format!

They Won’t Believe Me (1947)
Although I have released this, I would still like to see 16mm or 35mm prints to see if I can improve what I have.

A Perilous Journey (1953)
Vera Ralston is one of 29 women on a voyage to California on a barter-bride deal in which any qualified man can buy a wife.

The Avengers 1950

Beau James (1957)
Bob Hope, in a rare dramatic role, portrays the 1920’s NYC Mayor Jimmy Walker in this flavorful Melville Shavelson production. Vera Miles co-stars, as well with some cameos by Jimmy Durante and Jack Benny. Paramount.

Belle Le Grand (1950)
A copy with annoying forced subs is all that is available currently.

Belle of Old Mexico (1950)

The Biscuit Eater (1940)
Billy Lee stars in this exceptional film about two boys and their dog, Promise.

The Blonde Bandit 1950

Blood on the Arrow 1964

Burma Convoy (1941)
A truck convoy traveling the Burma Road is menaced by a group of smugglers.

Calcutta (1947)
Alan Ladd stars—poor VHS transfers flood the market.

The Canadians (1961)

Centennial Summer (1946)
Jeanne Crain stars as one of two sisters who vie for the affections of a Frenchman who’s come to town to prepare the French pavilion for the Centennial exposition.

Cluny Brown (1946)
Charles Boyer and Jennifer Jones star in this love story about a plumber and a refugee.

Come Fill the Cup (1950)
James Cagney, Gig Young, and Raymond Massey in the world of alcoholic newspapermen.

The Dark at the Top of the Stairs (1960)
Delbert Mann directs from the play by William Inge. The cast includes Robert Preston, Dorothy McGuire and Eve Arden.

The Deerslayer (1957)
Forrest Tucker slays some deer on the wild frontier.

The Deserter (1971)
Out on DVD but in poor prints, and none in widescreen that I’m aware of.

Desire (aka Woman) (1946)
A prostitute returns to her village. Amazingly frank for its time. Directed by Roberto Rossellini.

Destination Big House 1950

East of Sumatra (1953)
Anthony Quinn plays a vile despot of an island loaded with ore which Jeff Chandler wants to mine.

Federal Agent at Large (1950)

The Fiercest Heart (1961)

Five Gates to Hell (1959)
Tacky, nasty adventure with nurses in China captured by a warlord (Neville Brand). Great fun. (Might be coming out on the Fox MOD program? We shall see…)

For the Love of Mike (1960)

Frontier Gun (1958)

Ghost Diver (1957)

Golden Earrings (1947)

Green Man (1957)
Black comedy with Alastair Sim as a bumbling hit-man. British Lion.

Harbor of Missing Men—1950

Hell’s Outpost (1954)
Rod Cameron, Republic

I Wanted Wings (1941)
Directed by Mitchell Liesen, starring William Holden.

Instant Love aka Pão de Açúcar (1964)
Rhonda Fleming marries a plantation owner in Brazil and later on cannot divorce him due to Brazilian law. Drama ensues as she plots and schemes to escape. Almost a totally forgotten film.

The Iroquois Trail (1950)
Hawkeye, an American scout, helps the British side in the French and Indian War, aided by his Indian blood brother Sagamore.

Japanese War Bride (1952)

Kitty (1945)
Paulette Goddard and Ray Milland star in this Mitchell Leisen film.

last of the Badmen 1957

The Last Train From Bombay (1952)
John Hall is an American diplomat in India falsely accused on the killing of an Indian dignitary and sets out to prove his innocence while trying to find the location of explosions planed on a Bombay train by a group of terrorists.

Little Egypt (1951)
Rhonda Fleming is an Egyptian belly dancer who causes a stir when she performs at the World’s Fair.

The Lone Texan (1959)

The Long Rope (1961)

Margie (1946)
Charming comedy about a 1920s high school student (Jeanne Crain) who develops a crush on her French teacher (Glenn Langan).

The Mob (1951)
This film noir starring Broderick Crawford has been a crowd-pleaser at revival screenings.

The Naked and the Dead (1958)
Norman Mailer’s war novel with Aldo Ray. RKO/Warner.

The Old Frontier (1950)

Outcast of the Islands (1952)
An excellent adaptation of the Joseph Conrad novel that highlights the work of Carol Reed at his peak. The cast is superb as well, but the movie rarely sees the light of day anymore.

The President’s Lady
I have a TV Rip of this. Would love to find a copy without station logos.

Prisoners in Petticoats 1950

The Rawhide Trail (1958)

Ride a Violent Mile (1957)

Ride the Man Down (1952)

Rock Island Trail (1950)
Republic, Forrest Tucker

The Sea Hornet (1951)
Rod Cameron

Seven Waves Away (aka, Abandon Ship!) (1957)
Tyrone Power must make life and death decisions aboard a life-raft, with survivors dying one by one. A Sony title, on VHS from Columbia.

The Showdown 1950

Son of Sinbad—1955
Famous for sparking Howard Hughes fight with censors which caused a 2 year delay in release. Looking for original widescreen in any language.

They Ran for Their Lives (1968)
John Payne’s final film, which he also directed.

Smuggler’s Island (1951)
Jeff Chandler and Evelyn Keyes dive for sunken gold!

Spoilers of the Forest (1957)
Rod Cameron, Vera Ralston—Republic

The Stranger’s Hand (1954)
Third Man alumni Trevor Howard and Alida Valli co-star again in this forgotten Graham Greene espionage tale filmed in Italy.

Surrender 1950

Tarnished 1950

Taxi (1953)
Dan Dailey stars as a New York cabbie searching for Irish lass Constance Smith’s missing husband. This Fox title is so rare that it’s possible no print survives.

They Knew What They Wanted (1940)
Farmer Charles Laughton has problems with mail-order bride Carole Lombard in this long-MIA version of Sidney Howard’s Pultizer prizewinning play.

Tovarich (1937)
Claudette Colbert and Charles Boyer star in this comedy from director Anatole Litvak.

Trial Without Jury 1950

Unmasked 1950

The Vanishing Westerner—1950

The Vanishing American—1955
Republic Pictures with Forrest Tucker

Waterfront at Midnight —1948
Pine & Thomas Film Noir in the public domain, yet no one seems to have a copy!

Wee Geordie (1955)
Enchanting romantic comedy set in Scotland with Alastair Sim and Bill Travers; Frank Launder directs.

The Wild Blue Yonder (1951)

Women from Headquarters—1950

Woman of the North Country (1952)
Rod Cameron

Yankee Pasha (1954)
Rhonda Fleming is captured by pirates and sold into slavery! It’s up to Jeff Chandler to save her!

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