Rory Calhoun was an American actor, producer, and screenwriter. He is best remembered for starring in Western films, such as ‘The Silver Whip’ (1953), ‘How to Marry a Millionaire’ (1953), and ‘River of No Return’ (1954). Rory made his screen debut in the film ‘Something for the Boys’ (1944). He made his TV debut as ‘Jeff Blade’ in ‘The Ford Television Theatre,’ in 1954. Some of his popular appearances came in TV shows, such as, ‘Massacre River’ (1947), ‘I’d Climb the Highest Mountain’ (1951), ‘The Looters’ (1955), ‘Young Fury’ (1960), ‘Bitter Heritage’ (1979), and ‘Pure Country’ (1992). Some of his unsuccessful film projects include ‘Adventure Island’ (1947), ‘Thunder in Carolina’ (1960), and ‘Roller Blade Warriors:Taken By Force’ (1989). Some of his TV show appearances came in shows, such as ‘The Texan’ (1958-60), ‘Capitol’ (1982-87), and ‘Tales from the Crypt’ (1993).
How to Marry a Millionaire is a romantic comedy film which tells the story of three women who are tired of being broke. They soon plan to trap and marry three eligible millionaires.
William Thompson moves to a rural town in Georgia, with his wife Mary Elizabeth. However, they face various problems while adjusting to their new lifestyle.
In late nineteenth century Argentina, a young gaucho is sentenced to military duty; but leaves his post to lead a band of gauchos in resisting railroad encroachment in Pampas and while doing so falls in love with an aristocrat woman and decides to elope with her. Meanwhile, his commanding officer has also left the army in order to pursue him.
Frustrated with the lack of opportunities in his hometown, Jess Harker decides to finally leave. However, a stagecoach armed guard persuades his boss to give Jess the job of the stage driver.
Delilah Lee is the star of her husband’s Broadway show. She soon becomes a huge success, and starts feeling that maybe her husband thinks of her as an asset rather than a wife. She also suspects that he might be having an affair with the show’s backer.
Domino Kid is a Western film which tells the story of Domino, who returns from the Civil war, to find out that his ranch has been ruined and his father has been murdered. He is able to identify four of the culprits, and he plans revenge. But he doesn’t know the identity of the fifth one, although the latter knows him well, as well as his revenge mission.
In a competition between a railroad and a stagecoach company to obtain the government franchise for Colorado territory, Kit Dodge Jr., daughter of a railroad executive, with the help of travelling salesman Johnny Behind-the-Deuces, is supporting the train-man to reach Tomahawk in time. But afraid of losing their business, a Stagecoach Company sends ruthless Dakota to stop the train at any cost.
The Spoilers is a Western drama film which tells the story of a saloon-keeper Cherry who loves a mine owner Roy. However, Alex McNamara, the gold commissioner conspires to steal all of Roy’s gold claim.
Four Guns to the Border is a Western adventure action film which tells the story of a group of outlaws who plan and execute a robbery in a small town. However, things take a turn when some of the locals attempt to follow them.
Based on the novel by Edith Kneipple Roberts, the film follows Mary Hagen, the adopted daughter of Minta and Jim Hagen. She is beautiful, gay and talented, everything that can make a girl happy. But in the way is a cruel gossip concerning her biological father. Is he Tom Bates, the former resident who was sent away by his family years ago?
Something for the Boys is a musical comedy film which revolves around three cousins who inherit a plantation in Kentucky. However it soon appears that the place is in shambles. Things take a turn when Sergeant Rocky Fulton offers to fix up the place on one condition; that they will make it a hostel for military wives.
Bill Morgan wants to join the military during World War II to impress the beautiful Lucilla Powell. However, he is rated as unfit for the army. He soon finds a magic lamp, from which a genie emerges. The genie grants him his wish of serving in the Army, but gets the era wrong. Bill therefore finds himself at a different time in history.
When an Indian chief is killed in a town, an ex marshal tries to stop the Indians from attacking out of vengeance.
Logan Cates, a drifter crossing the Arizona desert, helps and rescues a bunch of people being targetted by a band of Apache Indians. The American Western action film is based on a 1957 novel and was shot on location at the Red Rock Canyon in California.
Ellen Beldon is convicted of murdering her husband and is soon going to be the first woman hanged in Texas. However, a man working for her uncle, Jud, helps her escape to safety. However, her father-in-law hires a professional gunman to bring her back to Texas, so that she can be hanged. The gunman Gil finds her, but she claims that it was her brother-in-law who is the real culprit.
A sheriff’s son is falsely accused of a crime. A friend attempts to find the real culprit to get his name cleared.
The Treasure of Pancho Villa is a Western film which tells the story of Tom Bryan, an American adventurer, who competes with a famed Mexican bandit to recover a lost gold shipment.
A small plane carrying a deputy sheriff Frank Munson and a handcuffed prisoner named Ed, crashes due to a storm, in the California wilderness. Frank and Ed soon find an isolated farm, where they take shelter, but soon Ed tries to escape from Frank, as Frank intends to kill him, rather than take him to the police.
Tony Dumont who works for an international crime syndicate double-crosses his boss, and disappears with a load of diamonds. However, the Syndicate’s men as well as the Hong Kong police are on his pursuit.
Known for the large number of cameo appearances by Hollywood's golden age actors and actresses, the movie is loosely based on the film debut of Rin Tin Tin, a male German shepherd, who follows an aspiring actress to Hollywood; but himself becomes an international star.