Shadows on the Sage
Shadows on the Sage

Shadows on the Sage 1942

Shadows on the Sage is a 1942 American Western “Three Mesquiteers” B-movie directed by Lester Orlebeck. The Three Mesquiteers, Tucson, Stony, and Lullaby arrive

Westward Ho

Westward Ho 1942

The all-purpose title Westward Ho was applied in 1942 to this “Three Mesquiteers” western. This time, the Mesquiteers are Tucson Smith, Stony Brooke and Lullaby

Raiders of the Range

Raiders of the Range 1942

Daggett is out to stop the completion of an oil well. He cheats Foster at poker and then forces him to delay the drilling. But the Mesquiteers are on the job wi

Outlaws of Cherokee Trail

Outlaws of Cherokee Trail 1941

The Cherokee Strip is off limits to the Rangers, so that is where badman Lemar operates from. When the Rangers capture his brother and the jury sentences him to

Gangs of Sonora

Gangs of Sonora 1941

Commissioner Tredwell is the law of the land and he gets whatever he wants with the help of hired guns and lackey lawyer Conners. The only one who publicly stan

Lone Star Raiders

Lone Star Raiders 1940

Yet another fast-paced western featuring the “Three Mesqueteers,” pulp writer William Colt McDonald’s trio of sagebrush heroes, Lone Star Raiders finds Stony Br

Under Texas Skies

Under Texas Skies 1940

The story opens as Stony returns to his home town, only to discover that his sheriff father has been murdered by person or persons unknown. The new sheriff (Hen

Oklahoma Renegades

Oklahoma Renegades 1940

Stony Brooke, Rusty Joslin and Rico, known as The Three Mesquiteers, return to Oklahoma at the close of the Spanish-American War, and are concerned that some of

Rocky Mountain Rangers

Rocky Mountain Rangers 1940

Frustrated by their inability to take action against a murderous gang who killed a young boy, Texas Rangers Stony Brooke (Robert Livingston), Rusty Joslin (Raym

Covered Wagon Days

Covered Wagon Days 1940

Stony Brooke, Rusty Joslin and Rico, the Three Mesquiteers, are returning from Mexico and are stopped at the border by Army officials, who are attempting to app