Rodeo star Roy Rogers returns home to find that his old friend Tom Craig has been murdered after he was accused of stealing a family crest from Helen Williams (Evans). Helen joins up with Roy and Gabby Whittaker (Hayes) to find the killers and the crest. Arthur Courtney and his gang are behind the murder. Roy and Gabby find the crest hidden at the Craig ranch, but are quickly captured by the outlaws. Helen gathers together the Sons of the Pioneers, and Roy's local Indian friends to come to Roy and Gabby's rescue. An exciting film filled with action.
"Barred For Life" is sure to land its spot on your actions sports shelves. With the sickest riders in the industry, throwing down the craziest tricks to date AKA "first ever Flip double Whip on an MTB" and flipping huge road gaps. This movie will keep you on the edge of your couch for sure. Join us on a new chapter in MTB as we continue the "Barred Series" and our amazing trips with our good buddies around the globe.
Set months before the recent social movements that rocked Chile and the world, we are introduced to Ulises Morales, an exemplary citizen of Santiago who believes that Chilean citizens have lost their values and sense of social responsibility. He is a contemporary reformer that in times of change pursues a single mission: to give thousands of Chileans and Latin Americans the power to change their destiny, to become aware and accountable as a new social order emerges.
In Colonial Australia, three Irish convicts decide to commit murder in order to avoid the lash but when their plan to kill a guard goes horribly wrong, their only hope is to draw straws to take control of their fate.
Hikayat Hang Kway Teow (Epic of Hang Kway Teow) is a satirical adaptation of the popular Malay legend Hang Tuah, revolving around the life and times of 5 mythical warrior brothers and their relationship with the Sultan during the Malacca Sultanate period.
Robert Armstrong stars as Scoop Adams, an ace newsreel cameraman whose love affair with the bottle all but destroys him professionally. Scoop manages to get his photographer pal Dick (Richard Cromwell) fired as well, but he promises to restore Dick's reputation, some way or another. He gets his chance while covering a dirigible wreck (some three years before the Hindenburg), saving the day for both Dick and himself.
Filmed at The Garage, Islington on Sunday 19th May 2013 El Ligero vs Noam Dar Darrell Allen vs Joey Lakeside vs Xander Cooper vs Eddie Dennis (Natural Progression Series) London Riots vs Project Ego Jimmy Havoc v Zack Sabre Jr (special guest referee Nigel McGuinness) Will Ospreay vs Mark Andrews RJ Singh vs Danny Garnell Screw Indy Wrestling vs Marty Scurll, Paul Robinson and Rampage Brown
Despite her friends' warnings, a woman travels to the Sahara, determined to find her missing archaeologist father and the magical tower he was searching for. Aided by a mysterious prince, she battles outlaws and the desert's harsh conditions.
The 41 minute movie is a psychedelic freeform take on modern-day surfing in this, his third, independently – self produced feature length surf film. Through the ambient sights and sounds that Mr. Coleman allowed us a peek at, you can see how the making of this film was no small feat. Jack’s not sipping Pina Coladas poolside after long days filming perfect Padang in Bali – he’s rolling super 8 and 16mm in the darkest crevices of society, never leaving even the most insignificant thought of cultural aspect out.