The Man With The Punch (1920, B&W, Silent):
The inaptly named Peace City is held in a grip of fear by the corrupt Sheriff Sellers. The benevolent, black-hatted "Stranger," who unexpectedly arrives in town, is in actuality an undercover Texas Ranger determined to restore law and order. Starring Hoot Gibson, Jim Corey, Charles Newton; produced and directed by Edward Laemmle.
Fight It Out (1920, B&W, Silent): Cowpoke Sandy Adams overhears a plot to frame rancher Duncan McKenna for a rash of cattle rustlings and methodically turns the members of the gang against each other. Starring Hoot Gibson, Jim Corey, Charles Newton; directed by Albert Russel.
The Trail's End (1919, B&W, Silent): Young Harry Kenyon returns home to Tondo City after graduating college so he can help his rancher father drive a herd of cattle to the annual market, but a pair of outlaws - Cactus Ben and Tondo Bill - are planning to steal the herd for themselves. Starring Harry Meyers, Allen Ray; directed by Harry Meyers.
BONUS: Danger Ahead (1915, B&W, Silent): Beautiful Belinda has just inherited $10,000 in gold, which arouses the greedy interest of Relentless Randolph. It's up to Hairbreadth Harry to save the day and give Randolph and his seedy cohorts what's coming to them. Based on the popular comic strip "Hairbreadth Harry."