This compilation of rare and, in some cases, never before seen television programs from the Golden Age of Television represents the largest assortment of TV shows ever released! Relive your childhood or discover a truly unique brand of entertainment for the first time with 600 episodes to choose from! Enjoy over 265 hours of family friendly entertainment with over 40 exceptional shows spanning the last six decades!Shows include: Bonanza, Wagon Train, The Rifleman, The Lone Ranger, Dusty’s Trail, The Cisco Kid, Annie Oakley and many more!Stars include: Roy Rogers, Henry Fonda, Bob Denver, Lorne Greene, Michael Landon, Jackie Coogan, Forrest Tucker, Gabby Hayes, Lash LaRue, Clayton Moore, Buddy Ebsen, Tim Conway, Chuck Connors, Dale Evans and many more! Highlights:* One of a kind branded keepsake wood box* 24 page collectable booklet featuring an episode guide, synopses, index and rare photographs!* Featuring episodes from 40 different TV series* 600 complete episodes* over 265 hours of entertainment* 48 DVDs
Three Classic Western Blu-Rays in one great set… two from the legendary John Wayne. Classic Western Collection includes: Hondo, Once Upon a Time in the West and True Grit.
Get an instant library of some of the greatest Western classics ever to come out of Hollywood on twelve double-sided DVDs! Never has such a comprehensive collection of great classic Western features been assembled in one exciting package, all for an amazingly low price! Ride off into the sunset with this fantastic collection of 50 critically acclaimed movies featuring some of Hollywood s most iconic Western legends. From John Ford s renowned Will Rogers classic Judge Priest to John Wayne s legendary McLintock!, this compilation is filled with groundbreaking performances, pulse-pounding action sequences and breathtaking landscapes that unite to celebrate the filmmaking genre of a bygone era. Includes: Abilene Town (1946) Color Randolph Scott American Empire (1942) Black and White Richard Dix Angel and the Badman (1947) Black and White Richard Dix Arizona Days (1937) Black and White Tex Ritter Arizona Stagecoach (1942) Black and White Ray Corrigan Bells of San Angelo (1947) Color Roy Rogers Billy the Kid Trapped (1942) Black and White Buster Crabbe Blue Steel (1934) Black and White John Wayne Broadway to Cheyenne (1932) Black and White George Hayes The Carson City Kid (1940) Black and White Roy Rogers China 9, Liberty 37 (1978) Color Warren Oates Colorado (1940) Black and White Roy Rogers Cowboy and the Senorita (1944) Black and White Roy Rogers Daniel Boone, Trail Blazer (1956) Color Bruce Bennett Gone with the West (1978) Color James Caan Grand Duel (1974) Color Lee Van Cleef Gunfight at Red Sands (1964) Color Richard Harrison Hell Town (1937) Black and White John Wayne In Old Caliente (1939) Black and White Roy Rogers It Can Be Done Amigo (1973) Color Jack Palance Judge Priest (1934) Black and White Will Rogers The Kansan (1943) Black and White Richard Dix Kentucky Rifle (1955) Color Chill Wills Man of the Frontier (1936) Black and White Gene Autry McLintock! (1963) Color John Wayne Mohawk (1956) Color Neville Brand My Pal Trigger (1946) Black and White Roy Rogers The Mystery of the Hooded Horsemen (1937) Black and White Tex Ritter The Oklahoma Cyclone (1930) Black and White Bob Steele The Outlaw (1943) Black and White Jane Russell Painted Desert (1931) Black and White William Boyd Paroled To Die (1937) Black and White Bob Steele Phantom Rancher (1940) Black and White Ken Maynard Riders of the Whistling Pines (1949) Black and White Gene Autry Rollin’ Plains (1938) Black and White Tex Ritter Rough Riders Round-Up (1939) Black and White Roy Rogers Round-Up Time in Texas (1937) Black and White Gene Autry Sagebrush Trail (1933) Black and White John Wayne Santa Fe Trail (1940) Black and White Errol Flynn Sheriff of Tombstone (1941) Black and White Roy Rogers Sing, Cowboy, Sing (1937) Black and White Tex Ritter Song of the Gringo (1936) Black and White Tex Ritter Springtime in the Rockies (1937) Black and White Gene Autry Stagecoach to Denver (1946) Black and White Robert Blake The Sundowners (1950) Color Robert Preston Tex Rides with the Boy Scouts (1937) Black and White Tex Ritter Under California Stars (1948) Color Roy RogersVengeance Valley (1951) Color Burt LancasterWhite Comanche (1968) Color William Shatner Young Bill Hickok (1940)
James Stewart: The Western Collection (Destry Rides Again / Winchester 73 / Bend of the River / The Far Country / Night Passage / The Rare Breed)
Hollywood legend James Stewart takes the law into his own hands with 6 action-packed adventures in James Stewart: The Western Collection. Celebrate this Academy Award-winning screen icon’s 100th Anniversary with some of his most daring roles ever in Destry Rides Again, Winchester ’73, Bend of the River, The Far Country, Night Passage and The Rare Breed. Co-starring silver screen favorites Marlene Dietrich, Rock Hudson, Tony Curtis, Maureen O’Hara and Shelley Winters, this essential collection showcases one of Hollywood’s most versatile actors at his best.
The hit television series that launched the career of big-screen legend Steve McQueen is now released by Mill Creek Entertainment. Wanted: Dead or Alive – The Complete Series has all 94 episodes featured on 11 DVDs, for hours of entertainment for fans new and old! Josh Randall (McQueen) was not a typical rough-hewn bounty hunter of the Old West; he was a consummate gentleman who many times gave away half – or even all – of his reward money to charity. He was a man of few words and he carried a Winchester sawed-off shotgun, which he wore on his belt and fondly called his "Mare’s Leg". Originally aired on CBS from 1958 – 1961, Wanted: Dead or Alive was the TV series that launched Steve McQueen back into the film industry in the western classic The Magnificent Seven.
Cheyenne: The Complete First Season (DVD)Cheyenne follows the adventures of Cheyenne Bodie. Cheyenne was a big man, a former army scout who went west after the American Civil War and drifted from job to job, here a cowboy, there a lawman, and always a larger-than-life hero.]]>
Classic Western Round-Up, Vol. 2 (The Texans / California / The Cimarron Kid / The Man from the Alamo)
See how the West was really won in the action-packed Classic Western Round-Up: Volume 2! Experience all of the shootouts, fights and escapades with The Texans, California, Cimarron Kid and The Man From the Alamo. Starring Hollywood favorites Glenn Ford, Randolph Scott, Audie Murphy and Ray Milland, this adventure-filled collection features some of the most thrilling films ever to come out of the Wild West! The Texans (1938) A former Confederate soldier (Randolph Scott) takes on new battles after the Civil War when he agrees to lead a herd of cattle to a recently completed railroad. California (1946) An Army deserter (Ray Milland) and a woman with a past (Barbara Stanwyck) head to the sunshine state – before it even was a state – during the 1848 mass migration. Cimarron Kid (1952) When corrupt railroad officials wrongly accuse him of participating in a train robbery, Bill Doolin (Audie Murphy) joins the Dalton gang and soon becomes the legendary outlaw know as the "Cimarron Kid." The Man From the Alamo (1953) During the Texas war for independence, a survivor (Glenn Ford) of the brutal battle at The Alamo is branded a coward and sets out to clear his name.
Art history, from Ancient Greece to Andy Warhol “Illuminating” —The New York Times “A work of art” —The New York Times A sweeping overview of Western art Title, artist, medium, and date–usually that’s the only information offered by museum placards. But as historian Michael Wood demonstrates, art is so much more than paint on canvas or figures chipped from stone. From the bloody revolution that inspired The Death of Marat to the postwar exuberance of Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans, Wood reveals how Western art mirrors Western culture, each work forever reflecting the cultural forces, historical events, and social changes that defined its era. Beginning in ancient Greece and Rome, historian Michael Wood leads this eye-opening tour through 2,500 years of Western art. Four years in the making and filmed at over 150 locations in 8 countries, this nine-part documentary travels from sun-bleached temples to soaring cathedrals, palaces to villas, galleries to gardens, and Soho’s streets to the Arizona desert. The fascinating journey is complemented by close-up views of masterpieces, walks through important buildings, and informative commentary by historians and scholars.
The Clint Eastwood Star Collection (Fistful of Dollars / For A Few Dollars More / The Good, The Bad and The Ugly / Hang 'em High)
A Fistfull Of Dollars Clint Eastwood’s legendary “Man With No Name” makes his powerful debut in this thrilling, action-packed classic in which he manipulates two rival bands of smugglers and sets in motion a plan to destroy both in a series of brilliantly orchestrated setups, showdowns and deadly confrontations. For A Few Dollars More Oscar® Winner Clint Eastwood continues his trademark role in this second installment of the trilogy, this time squaring off with Indio, the territory’s most treacherous bandit. But his ruthless rival, Colonel Mortimer (Lee Van Cleef, High Noon), is determined to bring Indio in first…dead or alive! The Good, The Bad And The Ugly The invincible “Man With No Name” (Eastwood) aligns himself with two gunslingers (Lee Van Cleef and Eli Wallach) to pursue a fortune in stolen gold. But teamwork doesn’t come naturally to such strong-willed outlaws, and they soon discover that their greatest challenge may be to stay focused – and stay alive – in a country ravaged by war.Hang ‘Em HighThey riddled him with bullets. They strung him up. They left him to die. But they made two fatal mistakes: they hanged the wrong man…and they didn’t finish the job. In his first American-made western, Clint Eastwood indelibly carves his niche as the quintessential tough guycool-headed, iron-willed and unrelenting in his pursuit of revenge. Oklahoma, 1873. Jed Cooper (Eastwood), mistaken for a rustler and killer, is lynched on the spot by crooked lawman Captain Wilson (Ed Begley) and a rampaging band of vigilantes. But as Wilson and his gang flee the scene, there’s one very important detail they’ve overlooked: Cooper is still alive! Out for justiceand vengeanceCooper takes on the job of deputy marshal…and, one by one, tracks down the nine men who "done him wrong."
Essential TV Western – 150 Episodes: Bonanza – The Roy Rogers Show – Annie Oakley – Judge Roy Bean – Rango – Kit Carson – Jim Bowie – Gabby Hayes – Range Rider
Mill Creek Entertainment is excited to introduce Essential TV Westerns, its third 150 episode TV western series collection. We have filled this companion set with 150 episodes from eighteen great series. Be thrilled with the adventures of the Old West featuring the likes of Annie Oakley, Jim Bowie, Kit Carson, Roy Rogers, Gabby Hayes, Judge Roy Bean and many others! You’ll also laugh at the exploits found in Dusty’s Trail, Pistols and Petticoats, as well as Rango. Be entertained by such programs as Bonanza, Stories of the Century, 26 Men and United States Marshal. This twelve DVD set has something for every kind of TV western fan! Including: Adventures of Jim Bowie, The Adventures of Kit Carson, The Annie Oakley Bonanza Cowboy G-Men Dusty’s Trail Gabby Hayes Show, The Judge Roy Bean Northwest Passage Outlaws Pistols ‘N’ Petticoats Range Rider, The Rango Roy Rogers Show, The Sheriff of Cochise Stories of the Century Tate Twenty-six Men
Warner Home Video Western Classics Collection (Escape from Fort Bravo / Many Rivers to Cross / Cimarron 1960 / The Law and Jake Wade / Saddle the Wind / The Stalking Moon)
Warner Home Video Western Classics Collection (DVD)Includes the following titles: Escape from Fort Bravo (1954) Many Rivers To Cross (1955) Cimarron (1960 Remake) The Law and Jake Wade (1958) Saddle The Wind (1959) The Stalking Moon (1958)]]>
The Tom Selleck Western Collection (DVD)A collection of Tom Selleck’s greatest westerns including: Monte Walsh, Last Stand at Saber River and Crossfire Trail.]]>
Whispering Smith starring Audie Murphy – The Complete NBC TV Series! One of the rarest and most sought after of all television westerns, Whispering Smith featured Audie Murphy, America’s most decorated soldier in WWII, as a Denver-based railroad private eye in the Old West. Many of the episodes were based on actual Denver police cases, and Smith has to use all his wits, as well as his skill with a Colt .45 to bring justice to those who would defraud the railroad. His superior was played by Sam Buffington, his partner by Guy Mitchell, and although it aired for only 20 episodes, the show had a great cast of guest stars, including Les Tremayne, Forrest Tucker, Marie Windsor, Alan Mowbray, Minerva Urecal, Alan Hale Jr. and Marjorie Reynolds. Bonus Feature: Medal of Honor: The Audie Murphy Story – The complete story of one of America’s true heroes, Audie Murphy, who received the Medal of Honor for his bravery under fire in WWII, as well as 32 other medals including the Silver Star and the Distinguished Service Award.
TCM Greatest Classic Films Collection: John Wayne Westerns (The Cowboys / Fort Apache / Rio Bravo / The Searchers)
TCM Greatest Classic Films: John Wayne Westerns (4FE/DVD)THE SEARCHERS John Wayne plays an ex-Confederate soldier seeking his niece, captured by Comanches who massacred his family. He wont surrender to hunger, thirst, the elements or loneliness. And in his five-year search, he finds the unexpected: his own humanity. This 12th John Wayne/John Ford collaboration resulted in a universally acclaimed cinema landmark. FORT APACHE The soldiers at Fort Apache may disagree with the tactics of their glory-seeking new commander. But to a man, theyre duty-bound to obey even when it means almost certain disaster. John Wayne, Henry Fonda and others familiar players from director John Fords “stock company” saddle up for the first film in the directors famed cavalry trilogy. RIO BRAVO On one side is an army of gunmen dead-set on springing a murderous cohort from jail. On the other is a sheriff (John Wayne), two deputies (Dean Martin and Walter Brennan), an unseasoned, trigger-happy youth (Ricky Nelson) and a woman with a past (Angie Dickinson). Howard Hawks directs one of the genres greatest and most influential works. THE COWBOYS John Wayne had one of his richest late-career roles as a leather-tough rancher who, deserted by his regular help, hires 11 greenhorn schoolboys for a cattle drive across 400 treacherous miles. Roscoe Lee Browne, Colleen Dewhurst and Bruce Dern co-star.]]>
Disc 1: Garden of Evil (1954) Feature Film Disc 2: The Gunfighter (1951) Feature Film Disc 3: Rawhide (1951) Feature Film
Welcome to the greatest compilation of TV western shows ever assembled. 28 thrilling series, 150 complete episodes, over 68 hours of family entertainment on 12 double-sided DVDs. Includes:The Adventures of Champion (1 EPISODE) The Adventures of Jim Bowie (6 EPISODES) The Adventures of Kit Carson (6 EPISODES) Annie Oakley (6 EPISODES) Bat Masterson (2 EPISODES) Bonanza (10 EPISODES) Buffalo Bill Jr. (6 EPISODES) The Cisco Kid (12 EPISODES) Cowboy G-Men (8 EPISODES) Death Valley Days (3 EPISODES) The Deputy (2 EPISODES) Frontier Doctor (3 EPISODES) Fury (3 EPISODES) The Gabby Hayes Show (6 EPISODES) Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans (3 EPISODES) Judge Roy Bean (6 EPISODES) The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp (1 EPISODE) The Lone Ranger (15 EPISODES) Northwest Passage (6 EPISODES)Pistols N Petticoats (3 EPISODES) The Range Rider (6 EPISODES) The Rifleman (3 EPISODES) The Roy Rogers Show (15 EPISODES) Sergeant Preston of The Yukon (5 EPISODES) Shotgun Slade (2 EPISODES) Stories of The Century (6 EPISODES) Twenty-six Men (2 EPISODES) Wagon Train (3 EPISODES)