John Wayne’s Iconic Western I The Lucky Texan (1934) I Absolute Westerns

A young college graduate, Jerry, gets into the blacksmith business with his best friend, Jake. However, the duo’s discovery of a gold nugget leads them towards a dangerous fate.

Film: The Lucky Texan (1934)
Director: Robert N. Bradbury
Writers: Robert N. Bradbury
Production Company: Monogram Pictures Corporation
Cast: John Wayne, Barbara Sheldon

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Father Frost Morozko (1964) English

Genres: Family, Fantasy, Comedy, Romance

Director: Aleksandr Rou

Cast: Aleksandr Khvylya, Natalya Sedykh, Eduard Izotov, Inna Churikova, Pavel Pavlenko, Vera Altayskaya, Tatyana Barysheva, Georgi Millyar, Anatoli Kubatsky, Valentin Bryleev, Tatyana Pelttser, Zinaida Vorkul, Anastasiya Zuyeva

Once there lived an old widower and his daughter. In due time, the man remarried to an older woman who had a daughter herself from a previous marriage. The woman doted on her own daughter, praising her at every opportunity, but she despised her stepdaughter. She found fault with everything the girl did and made her work long and hard all day long. One day the old woman made up her mind to get rid of the stepdaughter once and for all.