Tom Tyler Western Movies to Watch Free

Tom Tyler Western Movies to Watch Free.
Tom Tyler (August 9, 1903 – May 3, 1954) was an American actor known for his leading roles in low-budget Western films in the silent and sound eras, and for his portrayal of superhero Captain Marvel in the 1941 serial film The Adventures of Captain Marvel.
Around 1924, Tyler arrived in California and found work in the film industry as a prop man and extra. His first screen appearances as an extra included Three Weeks (1924), Leatherstocking (1924), and Wild Horse Mesa (1925).




In 1925, Tyler was signed to a contract with Film Booking Offices of America (FBO) to star in a series of Western adventures with a starting salary of about $75 per week. His first starring role was in Let’s Go Gallagher (1925). In the next four years, he starred in 28 additional Westerns for FBO, including The Masquerade Bandit (1926), The Sonora Kid (1927), The Texas Tornado (1928), The Avenging Rider (1928), and Pride of the Pawnee (1929). While romance was generally underplayed in these early Westerns, a number of up-and-coming heroines—including Doris Hill, Jean Arthur, and Nora Lane—contributed to the overall appeal of Tyler’s films which enjoyed critical praise and were popular with Saturday matinee audiences. His four years with FBO gave him valuable riding and acting experience, and made him a popular cowboy hero in the latter years of the silent film era.

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In 1929, Tyler was signed with Syndicate Pictures, where he made his last eight silent films in 1929 and 1930, which included The Man from Nevada (1929), Pioneers of the West (1929), The Canyon of Missing Men (1930), and Call of the Desert (1930). In 1930, Tyler was loaned out to Mascot Pictures for his first “all talking” sound film, The Phantom of the West, a typical ten-chapter Saturday matinee cowboy cliffhanger featuring a mysterious secret villain and numerous stunts and action sequences. Kermit Maynard, the brother of Ken Maynard, was Tyler’s stunt double in the more dangerous sequences.[2] In 1931, Tyler made his first Syndicate sound film, West of Cheyenne, which showcased an excellent voice for Westerns, despite his awkward delivery of lines. Tyler concluded his contract with Syndicate Pictures with Rider of the Plains (1931) and God’s Country and the Man (1931).
In 1931, the fledgling Monogram Pictures signed Tyler to an eight-picture contract as part of the company’s sagebrush series. These typical low-budget “quickies” included Man from Death Valley (1931), Single-Handed Saunders (1932), The Man from New Mexico (1932), and Honor of the Mounted (1932)—each made for about $8000. All of his Monogram films received critical and popular support. When Monogram chose Bob Steele to star in the next season’s series, Tyler moved over to Universal to do three chapter plays—a safari yarn called Jungle Mystery (1932), Clancy of the Mounted (1933), and Phantom of the Air (1933)—while managing to fit in four low-budget Westerns for Freuler Monarch Pictures, including The Forty-Niners (1932), When a Man Rides Alone (1933), Deadwood Pass (1933), and War on the Range (1933).
In 1934, Tyler signed a two-year contract with Harry S. Webb’s Reliable Pictures for eighteen low-budget Western films, tailored as second features on double bills for second and third tier movie houses. These films included Mystery Ranch (1934), Silver Bullet (1935), Born to Battle (1935), Silent Valley (1935), Fast Bullets (1936), and Santa Fe Bound (1936). Despite a few well-done scenes and some good performances by supporting players like Slim Whitaker, Charles King, and Earl Dwire, most of these films were of average quality with production shortcomings that restricted the effectiveness of Tyler’s performances. By 1936, companies such as Republic Pictures and Paramount Pictures were producing larger budget better-quality Western films with impressive exterior locations that overshadowed the type of Poverty Row low-budget offerings that brought Tyler to fame.
In 1936, Tyler signed a two-year contract with Sam Katzman’s new Victory Pictures for eight Western films, each budgeted at about $6000. The first five of these films were directed by Bob Hill and included Cheyenne Rides Again (1937) with Lucile Brown and The Feud of the Trail (1937) in which Tyler played a dual role. Of lesser quality, the final three included two co-starring Tyler’s wife Jeanne Martel, Orphan of the Pecos (1937) and Lost Ranch (1937), the latter containing a rare scene in which Tyler Lip syncs two songs: “Tucson Mary” and “Home on the Range”. Following Brothers of the West (1937), Katzman did not renew Tyler’s contract with Victory, replacing him with Tim McCoy as the company’s top Western star.
With no starring roles being offered to him, Tyler took a job with the Wallace Brothers Circus in 1938. He returned to Hollywood and appeared in supporting roles and bit parts in several feature films, including John Ford’s Stagecoach (1939) with John Wayne, Drums Along the Mohawk (1939) with Henry Fonda, Gone With the Wind (1940) with Clark Gable, The Westerner (1940) with Gary Cooper, and John Ford’s The Grapes of Wrath (1940) also with Henry Fonda. Tyler was even cast as the Mummy “Kharis” in The Mummy’s Hand (1940) because the producers thought his sharp features and dark eyes matched those of Boris Karloff enough that new footage of Tyler could be intercut with old footage of Karloff. Tyler also played a boxing referee in Abbott and Costello’s Buck Privates (1941).
In 1941, Tyler signed a two-year contract with Republic Pictures to star in 13 films in the popular The Three Mesquiteers series in the role of Stony Brooke opposite Bob Steele playing Tucson Smith, Rufe Davis playing Lullaby Joslin, and Jimmie Dodd playing Lullaby Joslin. His $150 per week salary during the first year was increased to $200 per week for the second year. These final 13 films in The Three Mesquiteers series (39 through 51) represent some of Tyler’s best work, and his last leading roles: Outlaws of Cherokee Trail (1941), Gauchos of El Dorado (1941), West of Cimarron (1941), Code of the Outlaw (1942), Raiders of the Range (1942), Westward Ho (1942), The Phantom Plainsmen (1942), Shadows on the Sage (1942), Valley of Hunted Men (1942), Thundering Trails (1943), The Blocked Trail (1943), Santa Fe Scouts (1943), and Riders of the Rio Grande (1943), the last film in the series.
In 1943, the forty year old Tyler was diagnosed with severe rheumatoid arthritis. He was physically limited to occasional supporting roles in Western films, including San Antonio (1945) with Errol Flynn; They Were Expendable (1945), Red River (1948), and She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949) with John Wayne; Badman’s Territory (1946) with Randolph Scott; Masked Raiders (1949), Riders of the Range (1950), Rio Grande Patrol (1951), and Road Agent (1952) with Tim Holt; West of the Brazos (1950) and several other films with James Ellison; Trail of Robin Hood (1950) with Roy Rogers; and Best of the Badmen (1951) with Robert Ryan. Beginning in 1950, Tyler transitioned to television work, finding minor roles on The Lone Ranger (1950), Dick Tracy (1950), The Cisco Kid (1950–1951), The Range Rider (1951–1952), and The Roy Rogers Show (1952). His final television appearances were in four episodes of The Gene Autry Show in 1952 and 1953.

Acting credits
1956 Steve Donovan, Western Marshal (TV Series)
District Marshal
– Comanche Kid (1956) … District Marshal
1953 Crossroad Avenger: The Adventures of the Tucson Kid (TV Short)
Deputy Ed
1952-1953 The Gene Autry Show (TV Series)
Lanky henchman at Hideout / Slender Thug in the White Hat / Henchman Snake-Eye / …
– Bandidos (1953) … Lanky henchman at Hideout
– Thunder Out West (1953) … Slender Thug in the White Hat
– The Trail of the Witch (1952) … Henchman Snake-Eye
– Trouble at Silver Creek (1952) … Henchman Hank
1953 Cow Country
Pete
1952 Cowboy G-Men (TV Series)
Henchman Cactus
– Salted Mines (1952) … Henchman Cactus
1952 Sky King (TV Series)
Al
– The Giant Eagle (1952) … Al
1952 What Price Glory
Capt. Davis (uncredited)
1952 The Lion and the Horse
Bud Sabin
1952 Outlaw Women
Chillawaka Charlie
1952 Road Agent
Henchman Larkin
1951-1952 Boston Blackie (TV Series)
– The Big H Murder (1952)
– Roller Coaster Murder (1951)
1952 The Roy Rogers Show (TV Series)
Henchman / Andy – Deputy
– Outlaw’s Town (1952) … Henchman
– The Outlaw’s Girl (1952) … Andy – Deputy
1951-1952 Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok (TV Series)
Sheriff
– Mexican Gun Running Story (1952) … Sheriff
– Johnny Deuce (1951) … Sheriff
1951-1952 The Range Rider (TV Series)
Shotgun Guard / Indian
– Ambush in Coyote Canyon (1952) … Shotgun Guard (uncredited)
– The Ghost of Poco Loco (1951) … Indian (uncredited)
1951 Mysterious Island
Union Dispatch Rider (uncredited)
1951 Best of the Badmen
Frank James
1950-1951 The Cisco Kid (TV Series)
Sheriff / Sheriff Jim Turner
– Uncle Disinherits Niece (1951) … Sheriff
– Phoney Sheriff (1951) … Sheriff
– Haven for Heavies (1951) … Sheriff Jim Turner
– Wedding Blackmail (1950) … Sheriff
1951 The Great Missouri Raid
Allen Parmer
1950 Trail of Robin Hood
Tom Tyler
1950 Rio Grande Patrol
Henchman Chet Yance
1950 Fast on the Draw
Outlaw Leader
1950 The Lone Ranger (TV Series)
Jeff Garth
– Damsels in Distress (1950) … Jeff Garth
1950 West of the Brazos
Henchman Sam
1950 Colorado Ranger
Henchman Pete
1950 Crooked River
Henchman Weston
1950 Marshal of Heldorado
Mike Tulliver
1950 Hostile Country
Tom Brady
1950 The Daltons’ Women
Emmett Dalton
1950 Riders of the Range
The Ringo Kid
1949 Samson and Delilah
Gristmill Captain (uncredited)
1949 Square Dance Jubilee
Henchman Buck
1949 She Wore a Yellow Ribbon
Cpl. Mike Quayne
1949 Masked Raiders
Trig Trevett
1949 Lust for Gold
Luke (uncredited)
1949 The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend
Townsman (uncredited)
1949 The Younger Brothers
Hatch
1949 I Shot Jesse James
Frank James
1948 Blood on the Moon
Frank Reardon
1948 The Three Musketeers
1st Traveller (uncredited)
1948 The Golden Eye
Undetermined Secondary Role (scenes deleted)
1948 Red River
Quitter (uncredited)
1948 Return of the Bad Men
Wild Bill Yeager
1948 The Dude Goes West
Spiggoty
1947 Cheyenne
Pecos
1946 Never Say Goodbye
Policeman (uncredited)
1946 Badman’s Territory
Frank James
1945 San Antonio
Lafe McWilliams
1945 They Were Expendable
Captain at Airport (uncredited)
1945 Sing Me a Song of Texas
Steve Andrews
1944 The Princess and the Pirate
Lieutenant (uncredited)
1944 Ladies of Washington
Federal Agent (uncredited)
1944 Boss of Boomtown
Jim Ward
1944 The Navy Way
Triangle A Ranch Hand (uncredited)
1944 Gun to Gun (Short)
Captain Haines (uncredited)
1943 The Phantom
Godfrey Prescott / The Phantom
1943 Wagon Tracks West
Clawtooth
1943 Riders of the Rio Grande
Stony Brooke
1943 Santa Fe Scouts
Stony Brooke
1943 The Blocked Trail
Stony Brooke
1943 Thundering Trails
Stony Brooke
1942 Valley of Hunted Men
Stony Brooke
1942 Shadows on the Sage
Stony Brooke
1942 The Talk of the Town
Clyde Bracken
1942 The Phantom Plainsmen
Stony Brooke
1942 Westward Ho
Stony Brooke
1942 Raiders of the Range
Stony Brooke
1942 Valley of the Sun
Geronimo
1942 Code of the Outlaw
Stony Brooke
1941 West of Cimarron
Stony Brooke
1941 Gauchos of El Dorado
‘Stony’ Brooke
1941 Riders of the Timberline
Henchman Bill Slade
1941 Outlaws of Cherokee Trail
Stony Brooke
1941 Bad Men of Missouri
Deputy Sheriff Dave (uncredited)
1941 Border Vigilantes
Henchman Yager
1941 Adventures of Captain Marvel
Captain Marvel
1941 Buck Privates
Boxing Match Ring Announcer (uncredited)
1940 The Texas Rangers Ride Again
Ranger Gilpin (uncredited)
1940 Cherokee Strip
Frank Lovell
1940 The Mummy’s Hand
Kharis
1940 The Westerner
King Evans
1940 Brother Orchid
Curley Matthews
1940 The Light of Western Stars
Sheriff Tom Hawes
1940 The Grapes of Wrath
Deputy Handcuffing Casy (uncredited)
1939 Gone with the Wind
Commanding Officer During Evacuation (uncredited)
1939 Drums Along the Mohawk
Capt. Morgan (uncredited)
1939 Frontier Marshal
Buck Newton (uncredited)
1939 The Night Riders
Jackson
1939 Stagecoach
Luke Plummer
1938 King of Alcatraz
Gus Banshek
1937 Lost Ranch
Tom Wade
1937 Brothers of the West
Tom Wade
1937 Orphan of the Pecos
Tom Rayburn
1937 Mystery Range
Tom Wade
1937 The Feud of the Trail
Tom Wade / Jack Granger
1937 Cheyenne Rides Again
Tom ‘Cheyenne Tommy’ Wade
1936 The Phantom of the Range
Jerry Lane
1936 Rip Roarin’ Buckaroo
‘Scotty’ McQuade
1936 Santa Fe Bound
Tom Crenshaw
1936 The Last Outlaw
Al Goss
1936 Pinto Rustlers
Tom Evans posing as Tom Dawson
1936 Roamin’ Wild
Tom Barton
1936 Ridin’ On
Tom Rork
1936 Fast Bullets
Tom
1935 Trigger Tom
Tom Hunter
1935 Powdersmoke Range
Sundown Saunders
1935 Rio Rattler
Tom Denton
1935 The Laramie Kid
Tom Talbot
1935 The Silver Bullet
Tom Henderson
1935 Silent Valley
Sheriff Tom Hall
1935 Born to Battle
‘Cyclone’ Tom Saunders
1935 Tracy Rides
Sheriff Tom Tracy
1935 Coyote Trails
Tom Riley
1935 Unconquered Bandit
Tom Morgan
1934 Terror of the Plains
Tom Lansing
1934 Fighting Hero
Tom Hall
1934 Mystery Ranch
Bob Morris
1934 Ridin’ Thru
Tom Saunders
1933 War of the Range
Tom Bradley
1933 Phantom of the Air
Bob Raymond
1933 Deadwood Pass
Tom Whitlock
1933 Clancy of the Mounted
Sergeant Tom Clancy
1933 When a Man Rides Alone
The Llano Kid
1932 The Forty-Niners
‘Tennessee’ Matthews
1932 Jungle Mystery
Kirk Montgomery
1932 Honor of the Mounted
RCMP Constable Tom Halliday
1932 Vanishing Men
Sheriff Doug Barrett
1932 The Man from New Mexico
Jess Ryder
1932 Single-Handed Sanders
Matt Sanders
1931 Galloping Thru
Tom McGuire
1931 Battling with Buffalo Bill
William ‘Buffalo Bill’ Cody
1931 Two Fisted Justice
‘Kentucky’ Carson
1931 The Man from Death Valley
Dave
1931 Partners of the Trail
Larry Condon
1931 Rider of the Plains
Blackie Saunders
1931 God’s Country and the Man
Tex Malone posing as Steve Rawlins
1931 West of Cheyenne
Tom Langdon
1931 The Phantom of the West
Jim Lester
1930 Her Man
Sailor (uncredited)
1930 The Canyon of Missing Men
Dave Brandon
1930 Half Pint Polly (Short)
Don Wilson
1930 Call of the Desert
Rex Carson
1929 ‘Neath Western Skies
Tex McCloud
1929 Pioneers of the West
Phil Sampson
1929 The Lone Horseman
Jack Gardner
1929 The Phantom Rider
Dick Cartwright
1929 The Law of the Plains
O’Brien
1929 The Man from Nevada
Jack Carter
1929 The Pride of Pawnee
Kirk Stockton
1929 Idaho Red
Andy Thornton
1929 Gun Law
Tom O’Brien
1929 Trail of the Horse Thieves
Vic Stanley
1928 Tyrant of Red Gulch
Tom Masters
1928 The Avenging Rider
Tom Larkin
1928 Terror Mountain
Tom Tyler
1928 The Texas Tornado
Tom Jones
1928 Phantom of the Range
Duke Carlton
1928 When the Law Rides
Tom O’Malley
1927 The Desert Pirate
Tom Corrigan
1927 The Cherokee Kid
Bill Duncan
1927 The Flying U Ranch
Señor Miguel García
1927 Tom’s Gang
Dave Collins
1927 Splitting the Breeze
Death Valley Drake
1927 Cyclone of the Range
Tom MacKay
1927 The Sonora Kid
Tom MacReady
1927 Lightning Lariats
Tom Potter
1926 Red Hot Hoofs
Tom Buckley
1926 Out of the West
Tom Hanley
1926 Tom and His Pals
Tom Duffy
1926 The Cowboy Cop
Jerry McGill
1926 The Masquerade Bandit
Jeff Morton
1926 Wild to Go
Tom Blake
1926 The Arizona Streak
Dandy Carrell
1926 Born to Battle
Dennis Terhune
1925 Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ
Charioteer (uncredited)
1925 The Cowboy Musketeer
Tom Latigo
1925 The Only Thing
Party Guest (uncredited)
1925 The Wyoming Wildcat
Phil Stone
1925 Let’s Go Gallagher
Tom Gallagher
1925 Wild Horse Mesa
Cowboy (uncredited)
1924 Leatherstocking
Indian (as Vincent Markowski)
1924 Three Weeks
Extra (uncredited)
1923 The Eagle’s Talons
Extra (unconfirmed, uncredited)

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