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Great American Western, Vol. 29-30
Great American Western Vol 29-30
Actor: Roy Rogers
Genres: Action & Adventure, Westerns
NR     2004     8hr 4min

No Description Available. Genre: Westerns Rating: NR Release Date: 27-JUL-2004 Media Type: DVD

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Actor: Roy Rogers
Genres: Action & Adventure, Westerns
Sub-Genres: Action & Adventure, Westerns
Studio: Platinum Disc
Format: DVD - Black and White,Color - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 08/17/2004
Release Year: 2004
Run Time: 8hr 4min
Screens: Black and White,Color
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaDVD Credits: 2
Total Copies: 6
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Member Movie Reviews

Thomas F. (hardtack) from GAINESVILLE, FL
Reviewed on 10/26/2010...
Sometimes listed as Volume 14 in The Great American Western series, this set of 2 DVDs contains 8 movies. Most are Roy Rogers flicks, but Buster Crabbe and Tex Ritter star in three of them.

Home in Oklahoma - As many of us know, most accidents happen at home. Or was it an accident when the wealthy rancher died from a fall off his horse? Big city newspaper reporter Dale Evans tries to prove it was murder with the help of small town newspaper editor Roy Rogers.

Stage Coach Outlaws - Buster Crabbe blunders into more than he bargained for when he foils one of the repeated holdups that are plaguing a stage line. So the outlaw leader tries to frame Crabbe.

Fuzzy Settles Down - What's a hero to do when his sidekick decides to settle down? Fuzzy St. John tires of one adventure after another and buys a local newspaper. But he needs Buster Crabbe's help when the local outlaws try to scuttle Fuzzy's plan to use a telegraph to end the county's rustling problems.

Arizona Days - Singing cowboy Tex Ritter helps a traveling show collect admission fees from a bunch of toughs. He is so good at it that a local sheriff hires him as the county's tax collector. Then the real fun begins.

Bad Man of Deadwood - When local justice is ineffective, the only way the good people can beat the bad guys is to break the law themselves and fight back. At least, that is what is taking place in Deadwood until Roy Rogers shows up.

Sunset Serenade - An eastern woman shows up to claim a ranch left to her ward. But a local group of bullies has their own ideas as who will get the ranch. Things seem to be going their way until Roy Rogers and Gabby Hayes ride singing into town.

The Lights of Old Santa Fe - Gabby Hayes runs a rodeo owned by Dale Evens, which is losing out to a competing rodeo. Then Gabby hires Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers as headliners. Who can compete against The Sons of the Pioneers? So the other guys turn to sabotage. Bonus: Any movie with The Sons of the Pioneers is worth watching just for them.

Sheriff of Tombstone - OK, how often have you seen this plot? An evil local kingpin decides to take over a town by hiring a gunslinger to weed out the good guys. Then some mild-mannered cowboy rides into town and is mistaken for the hired killer. In this case, it is Roy Rogers who is mistaken for the gunfighter with Gabby Hayes as his murderous assistant.