Jesse James (Republic serials) Movies In Order

The Jesse James (Republic serials) trilogy kicked off in 1947 with the first movie in the series Jesse James Rides Again. In 1948 a second film was released staring Clayton Moore, Steve Darrell, Noel Neill, George J. Lewis, and in 1949 the series was completed with The James Brothers of Missouri.

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Jesse James Rides Again Jesse James Rides Again

Year: 1947

Genre: Action, Adventure, History

Staring: Clayton Moore, Linda Stirling, Roy Barcroft, John Compton

Rating: 6.8

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Adventures of Frank and Jesse James Adventures of Frank and Jesse James

Year: 1948

Genre: Action, Adventure, Crime

Staring: Clayton Moore, Steve Darrell, Noel Neill, George J. Lewis

Rating: 6.8

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The James Brothers of Missouri The James Brothers of Missouri

Year: 1949

Genre: Action, Adventure, Crime, Romance, Thriller, Western

Staring: Keith Richards, Robert Bice, Noel Neill, Roy Barcroft

Rating: 6.6

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