Claude Akins was an American actor, best remembered for his role as ‘Sheriff Lobo’ on the TV show ‘B. J. and the Bear’ (1979-1981). He reprised this role in the spin-off show, ‘The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo’ (1979-81). He made his film debut in the 1953 romantic drama ‘From Here to Eternity.’ Some of his popular work came in films, such as ‘Bitter Creek’ (1954), ‘The Caine Mutiny’ (1954), ‘Joe Dakota’ (1957), ‘Porgy and Bess’ (1959), ‘A Distant Trumpet’ (1964), and ‘Seasons of the Heart’ (1993). His list of unsuccessful films includes ‘The Sharkfighters’ (1956), ‘Black Gold’ (1962), ‘The Curse’ (1987), ‘Falling from Grace’ (1992), and ‘Twisted Fear’ (1994). Some of his known TV appearances came in shows, such as ‘Dragnet’ (1954), ‘Treasury Men in Action’ (1954-55), ‘The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse’ (1954-55), ‘Adventures of Superman’ (1956), ‘Studio 57 ‘ (1955-57), ‘General Electric Theater’ (1954-58), ‘Police Story’ (1973-78), and ‘Murder, She Wrote’ (1984).
Rio Bravo tells the story of a small-town sheriff in the American West, who enlists the help of a drunk, an old man, and a young gunfighter, in his attempts to fight off a ruthless cattle baron.
The movie follows the lives and love interests of three US Army soldiers deployed in Hawaii and is set in the months leading up to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. This Academy Award-winning American war drama-romance is based on a 1951 novel of the same name.
Shield for Murder is a crime drama film, which tells the story of a corrupt and brutal police detective, who kills a bookmaker, in order to steal his money. However, after he realizes that a deaf and mute person witnessed the murder, he realizes that he must kill again in order to cover his tracks.
Set during the American Civil War, the story follows a group of Confederate prisoners escaping to Canada; but intending to return to America to rob banks for replenishing their finance and to take revenge. Later, they move to St. Alabama under various guises, where they wait for the appointed day, meanwhile developing relationship with the town folks.
After his partner gets murdered, an FBI agent takes over the three unrelated cases he was working on, in an attempt to find his killer.
Flapping Eagle, a spirited Indian with drinking problem, follows advice from his friend, Wounded Bear Mr. Smith, a self-proclaimed expert on old Indian treaties, and decides to get justice for his tribesmen. He disrupts a highway project, tethers a helicopter, and steals a train, again on Smith’s advice. Turning an activist, he rebels against the government, claiming the city for his tribe.
This American Western film takes us back to the 1870s, to the Sioux territory, south of the Missouri. The story follows Luther Yellowstone, a trapper and Indian scout who gets in trouble with the Sioux chief, after he saves the life of a woman.
When an entire destroyer escort the U.S.S. Kornblatt disappears on its way to being decommissioned, Lieutenant John Paul Steckler, the last person to command it, is tasked to find the ship. With Congressman Mandeville breathing down his neck, Steckler is forced to postpone his honeymoon and go on a trip to find the fate of the Kornblatt.
Gunfighter Jacob Wade tries to find and make peace with his estranged son Riley, who hates Jacob for deserting his mother. Meanwhile his old enemy King Fisher and his gang are on Jacob’s trail, but Jacob’s eyesight is diminishing with age. After a friend clears Riley’s misunderstanding about his father, Riley becomes Jacob’s eyes as he takes on King and his men.
The Proud and the Profane is a romantic drama war film, which takes us to the time of the Second World War. It tells the story of a Red Cross volunteer Lee Ashley, who wants to find out the details of her husband’s death, and this leads her to New Caledonia. She eventually falls in love with Lt. Col. Colin Black, despite his harsh manner.
This comedy film takes us to 1941, during the time of the Second World War. It revolves around the life of an irresponsible college graduate, who joins the US Coast Guard, and starts working as a cook on a ship based in Boston.
Princess Fawzia of Ispahan, Persia, insists on marrying Prince Nur-El-Din, a cruel womanizer, against her father’s wishes. Fawzia flees the palace disguised as a boy and mistakes Hajji, a barber, as the messenger from her prince. As they try to avoid Caliph’s pursuing men while traveling to reach the Prince, they fall in love; but must face several trials before they unite.
A convoy carrying a huge amount of gold is ambushed, and the gold is stolen. An army captain is therefore sent on a mission to retrieve the gold with one of the captured robbers.
Luther Sledge, the ruthless leader of a gang of outlaws, learns about a vault deep inside the maximum-security prison of Rockville, where gold cache from the mines is kept overnight. Sledge plots to enter the prison as a captured outlaw, with the help of his gang members; but they have their own plans.
When Trace Jordan finds his brother murdered and several of their horses stolen, he decides to investigate. On discovering that the culprit is none other than cattle baron, Joe Sutton, he injures him in a shootout and flee to Army fort with the baron’s henchmen pursuing him. On the way he meets Maria Colton, a brave half Mexican woman.
Three different groups of robbers are planning to rob the same high-security bank in Texas, which leads to hilarious outcomes.
Battle for the Planet of the Apes is an action science fiction movie which takes us to the time ten years after the worldwide series of ape revolutions, and the brutal nuclear war among humans. When human atomic mutations are out to make life miserable for the peaceful ape tribe, it is up to Caesar to protect survivors of both species.