Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Hopalong Cassidy Tin with Handle|
Actor: William Boyd
Genres: Westerns, Television
COLLECTABLE TIN WITH HANDLE — Hopalong Cassidy — America's first television hero Hopalong Cassidy(William Boyd), and his trusty stallion Topper, rode into the hearts of millions in the 1940s as the good-guy of the West. Will... more »
The movies are excellent.....BUT
A. Gaster | 08/07/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The 15 movies are excellent quality...both in story and quality of reproduction, but Hoppy movies were always a cut above the rest of the westerns of that era. My complaint is with the packaging. I ordered directly from Amazon and Amazon shows a picture of the lunch box with the 3 included discs in cases...mine didn't come that way. There was a cardboard insert inside the lunch box and each disc was in a slot of the insert. The discs were not even in envelopes. Naturally the discs had dislodged and were flopping around inside the lunchbox...and this was a brand new, shrink-wrapped product. Two of my discs are scratched badly, but at least they play OK. Don't expect to get what you see in Amazon's picture."
David Knapton | usa | 08/01/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This is not a review. Actually i'm trying to find out the movie titles on this 3 disc set from Platinum which was released on July 22. Amazon doesn't list them! Can someone help me? Thanks, David"
T the K | 10/06/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I recently purchased this tin and discs on sale. Quality is excellent. I am very satisfied. Each disc has five movies approximately 60 minutes each. A small booklet contains some information about Hoppy, William Boyd and Topper. The tin reminds me of my elementary school lunch pail. I recommend these discs for anyone who grew up with Hopalong Cassidy!"
Gary Imhoff | 05/09/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The titles of the movies in this collection are included in the editorial review. They are:
Disk 1: Border Patrol
Disk 2: Pirates on Horseback
The Devil's Playground
Disk 3: In Old Colorado
The five-star rating results from three things: they're Hopalong Cassidy movies; they're good, quality transfers; and they're packed in a lunchbox, for goodness sakes."