Western TV Shows:

Alias Smith and Jones
Big Valley
Cisco Kid
Daniel Boone
Guns of Paradise
Have Gun, Will Travel
Jack of All Trades
Little House on the Prairie
The Rifleman
Wanted Dead or Alive


Western Movies

Desert Trail

'Neath Arizona Skies

Missouri Breaks

Angel & the Bad Man

Wooly Boys

Last of the Mohicans

One-Eyed Jacks

My Name is Nobody

Any Gun Can Play

Pancho Villa

She Wore a Yellow Ribbon

The Grand Duel

The Blindman

Joshua (1976)

Gone with the West

Angel and the Badman

Deadwood '76

Dawn of the Great Divide

Great Train Robbery 1903

Western Mail (1942)



Western Forums & Talk!

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BETTY ZANE Inspired by the life and adventures of the author’s great-great grandmother, Betty Zane tells the story of the last battle of the American Revolution, in which the heroine was a young, spunky, and beautiful frontier girl named Betty Zane. 1903 Hardback by Zane Grey.


Kidnapping a pretty woman for the sake of his own ruthless whims, desperado gang leader Jack Kells finds something changing inside of him in the face of Joan's loving spirit and finds his own gentler instincts emerging. 1916 Hardback by Zane Grey.


Chet Kasedon is after the Indians hidden gold mine but Chief Moya will not reveal it's location. He has also hired mining engineers Gale and Mortimer to locate the mine. When Gale sees Kasedon's cruelty to Moya, he switches sides. A romance of the border region by Zane Grey. Hardback 1913.

Heritage of the Desert revolves a great deal around the character of August Naab, a landowner and cattle rustler. Naab refuses to sell his land to an outlaw named Holderness. Holderness has bought, or stolen all the land surrounding the area, and now wants Naab's to provide a route to water for his mostly stolen herd of cattle. Hardback 1910 by Zane Grey.


First-rate historical fiction and one of his most gripping romance-adventures. The "trail" is the quest to build the Union Pacific Railroad in the 1860s across remote and rugged stretches of the West. 1917 Hardback by Zane Grey.


A lone camper in the forest overhears a conversation that convinces him to leave his wild paradise to save a young woman from certain doom. The Man of the Forest isn't about to let a tough guy kill Helen to get his hands on her uncle's ranch. Hardback 1920 by Zane Grey.


The Rainbow Trail is the sequel to Riders of the Purple Sage. An exciting story of captivity, treachery, and last-minute escape. Originally published in 1915 in Hardback by Zane Grey.


A Romance of the Early Settlers in the Ohio Valley from the long-lost journal of Colonel Ebenezer Zane, one of the most prominent of the hunter-pioneers. Tragic period deserving a higher place in historical literature than it has been given, unquestionably because of a lack of authentic data regarding the conquering of the wilderness. 1906 Hardback by Zane Grey.


The famous Western novelist describes his experiences roping mountain lions in the Grand Canyon, and exploring Colorado trails and California's Death Valley. 1922 Hardback by Zane Grey.