Curse of the Sacred Mountain Skeleton Creek Productions, 2006; 800-749-1156.

curse_sacred_mountain_skeleton_creek_production_western_movie_classic_bClassic B-Western movie lovers must see Curse of the Sacred Mountain.

While not on par with the current spate of Hollywood Westerns, this movie has all the elements that made the classic B movie so popular—there are  grand vistas of New Mexico and Oklahoma, noticeable good and bad guys, treasure maps, lost gold, Indian attacks, stage holdups, bar fights and gun battles galore. In this writer’s view, Curse of the Sacred Mountain has done justice to the memory of  Hoppy, Gene and Roy. This is a movie the entire family can enjoy.

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