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Tamera G. (t) from MERTZON, TX
Reviewed on 5/25/2010...
Woops I did it again! I got another Triad/ Vintage movie and these are horrible quality! The picture is so bright you can't see it. I'll try to be more careful next time!
4 Classics featuring the King of Cowboys.
R. Johnson | 02/12/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"THE CARSON CITY KID: Roy Rogers is "The Carson City Kid," and he accidentally earns a reputation of a stagecoach robber.
THE YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS: As an insurance investigator, Roy works undercover to catch a criminal in the act of robbing Dale's showboat.
COWBOY AND THE SENORITA: When Chip inherits a supposedly worthless gold mine, Roy searches for clues as to the real worth of the mine.
HOME IN OKLAHOMA: Duke inherits his father's ranch after his accidental death, but an attempt on his life makes the accident seem like murder."
Stick with the Roan Group releases
Yarby | Medina, OH United States | 04/14/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Having purchased Vintage's version of "39 Steps" [Montage of Mysteries, along with "Rich and Strange" and "Young and Innocent"], and having been satisfied with 2 of the three transfers on that DVD, I decided to take a chance on their Roy Rogers release. While watchable, it is clear not a lot of care was given in transferring these movies. Some of the text on the opening credits is so out of focus it can't be read.My recommendation....stick with the Roan Group releases (Volumes 1-3).[Also, avoid the truncated "Happy Trails Theatre" releases by Good Times.]"
R. Johnson | 01/24/2005
(2 out of 5 stars)
"The poor quality of the film transfers were rather distracting. It made it look like the briteness setting on my TV was too high. Also, 3 out of 4 of these movies are edited versions. Home in Oklahoma was the only movie to be full length. Carson City Kid looks to be missing about 4 minutes. Yellow Rose of Texas has 13 minutes missing, The Cowboy and the Seniorita is missing 23 minutes. Most of what was edited were songs. Unfortunately, no run time information was available on Amazon. The price was pretty good for 4 movies, and if you've never seen Roy in action, it's a cheap way to do so."