The town of Deadwood Falls is no more. On Christmas Eve 2003, all 479 men, women and children simply disappeared overnight. There were no footprints into or out of the snowbound town. Leaving behind all of their belongings, the townspeople vanished without a trace. Only one person was found-a man whose body was burned from head to toe and who has remained in a coma all these years. Until tonight that is-on the 7th anniversary of the town's disappearance, the mysterious survivor has awakened...
The small community of Eidolon Crossing once boasted a flourishing economy and great prosperity, fueled by Dogwood Park, an amusement park at the edge of town. Then the child murders began. When the first child's corpse was discovered at Dogwood Park, the town knew they had been pulled into a horrible nightmare. As more murdered children were unearthed on the amusement park property, attendance began to decline. Finally, the macabre publicity shut the park down entirely. Dogwood Park was abandoned. The old amusement park became known as "Deadwood Park" by the locals. Eidolon Crossing quickly withered into poverty. Over the course of 35 years, 26 children disappeared at the hands of the elusive murderer. In 1979, Jake Richardson's little brother Francis was the last of the children to be abducted. Jake and his parents moved away from Eidolon Crossing shortly thereafter...
A young drifter is mistaken for Billy the Kid. The concequences prove deadly.
The Hawk has broken out of prison and the Sheriff and Sorrenson have a plan to have Whitlock pose as the Hawk, infiltrate the gang, and recover the stolen bonds. All goes well until The Chief who knows the real Hawk arrives.
Columbia's 11th serial and the first western serial that James W. Horne solo-directed.
When actress Lana Dark (Barbara Schock) disappears in the middle of a film shoot, putting an expensive stop to production, the studio hires gumshoes Raymond Savage (Scott Paulin) and Jack Haines (Jim Haynie) to track down the fleeing femme fatale in this thriller. The trail leads to Deadwood, S.D., where Haines and a smitten Savage find Lana restlessly lying low. But knowledge proves dangerous when Savage discovers the scam behind Lana's walkout.
Silent footage from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show: a stagecoach runs throughout the scene.
Roy and Gabby fight bad guys to save the town of Deadwood.
Directed by L.C. MacBean and Fred Paul.
Cash Quinlan, owner of the Hauling Company, is the leader behind a gang of raiders who have been robbing stagecoaches between Mesquite and Deadwood. He hopes by doing so to drive his competitors out of business so that he can get the railroad franchise for himself.....
A stagecoach owner is going out of business if the train (rode by Roland) makes it to the other side, so they hire Rattfink to stop the train, but doesn't work.
Silent western film...
A young boy foils outlaw "Bad Bill" from stealing a gold shipment in this classic Western short.
The story of the early days of Deadwood, South Dakota; woven around actual historic events with most of the main characters based on real people. Deadwood starts as a gold mining camp and gradually turns from a lawless wild-west community into an organized wild-west civilized town. The story focuses on the real-life characters Seth Bullock and Al Swearengen.