An adventurous young gambler searches for the owner of a mysterious fortune.
A desperado is wanted by both the law and a gang of outlaws.
Tom is kidnapped by Mexican Guerrillas.
After a massacre of an Indian village by the U.S army, a survivor, Yellow shirt (Ray Danton) goes after them for revenge. His journey becomes a deadly adventure. His life will be threatened by the hostility of the desert, snakes, hallucinations and of course his encounter with his enemies…
Liu travels to the USA from China in search of his relatives and the hopes of finding a peaceful life. However, he has in his possession a sacred dragon medallion that was taken from the Qing court. An assassin from the Qing is sent after him, and soon he discovers that life in the Wild West is no fun at all.
Pancho Villa attempts to return a mission bell to a small church in New Mexico, at the request of a young girl named Lupita. Along the way, Villa must dodge bounty hunters, Pershing's troops, angry cattlemen and a bumbling sidekick
Travelling actor and gunman Joe Clifford inherits a gold mine from his uncle. Returning to claim the mine, he finds town boss Berg, his uncle's murderer, controls it instead. Clifford sets about avenging his uncle, recovering the mine and freeing the town from Berg using both shooting and thespian skills.
The authorities of Springfield ask Spirito Santo/Holy Ghost, which in turn will require the help of Diego of Habsburg and his colourful gang, to eliminate the threat constituted by an elusive masked bandit – and arms dealer – known as Solitario.
In a gypsy camp, D'Gajão and Nadja celebrate their marriage. Nearby, the foreman Justin tries to seduce the daughter of his boss, but she dies by hitting his head on a rock. Justin blames the Roma for death, commanding a massacre in the camp. The only survivor is D'Gajão, chasing the bad guys in an insatiable revenge, trying to save his fiancee kidnapped by unscrupulous farmer.
The Texas Rangers are called in to investigate a string of attacks on wagon trains.
The Mormon pastor Mateo is obsessed by the murder of his father, which he witnessed as a child, but raises a church and preaches against violence. The gunman Gumaro helps the preacher when two outlaws show up and kills one of them. Four brothers of the dead outlaw attack the preacher's ranch and kill his pregnant wife, his son, a worker and leave the pastor for dead. He recovers, forgets his sermons and sets out to take vengeance on the murderers.
Alex McArthur returns as cowboy Duell McCall, who wanders the wide frontier in search of the one man who will clear him of a murder charge (What price Fugitive?) Once more, McCall finds himself in a corruption-ridden mining town. Since no one knows his true identity, he is able to establish a modicum of law and order, despite the concerted efforts of greedy land baron John Rhys-Davies. It is only a matter of time, however, before McCall will be forced to move on to other adventures. Well photographed and consummately acted, Badlands Justice premiered December 17, 1989.
A man has his tongue cut out by bad guys, later tracks them all down, and kills them one by one.
Tom Mix has fun with his friends and shows his roping ability.
Jimmy is in pursuit of outlaw Marco but stops and helps farmers battle a greedy landowner who is attempting to buy up and control the entire region.
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.