This DVD has double features: 1) The Cheyenne Social Club, and 2) Firecreek.
Both films are starring James Stewart and Henry Fonda, whose friendship goes back to their days as struggling actors and roommates.
"The Cheyenne Social Club" is a 1970 Western comedy directed and produced by Gene Kelly.
It depicts the story about an aging cowboy who inherits a brothel and decides to turn it into a respectable boarding house, against the wishes of both the townspeople and the ladies working there.
Both men play a comical and loyal duo.
"Firecreek" is a 1968 western directed by Vincent McEveety.
Unlike the above movie, Henry Fonda takes a role as an antagonist.
James Stewart plays a part-time sheriff who mainly works as a farmer.
It is similar to "High Noon" in that it features an entire town of cowards refusing to help the sheriff against outlaws.
Stewart plays an unlikely hero, forced into action when his conscience will not permit evil to continue.
Both movies are excellent.
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