You may know about John Wayne and Audie Murphy, but are you familiar with the heroics of under-appreciated western star Bob Steele? Saddle up and take a ride through some of the highly entertaining early westerns produced by Republic Pictures and SupremePictures with "Classic Westerns Collection: Bob Steele." The collection includes "Border Phantom" (1937), "A Demon For Trouble" (1934), "The Trusted Outlaw" (1937), which was directed by Steele's father Robert N. Bradbury, and "Brand of Hate" (1934). Eachoffers an exciting back at a western hero for the ages. Notable co-stars include Harley Wood and Lois January.
Bob grew up with Hollywood, a child star in the silent era, one of the first singing cowboys as a young man when talkies took over and a steady working actor for the rest of his days. These four late ’30s Westerns include Border Phantom (1937/60 min.), A Demon for Trouble (1934/58 min.), Trusted Outlaw (1937/57 min.) and Brand of Hate (1934/63 min.). B&w/NR/fullscreen.