Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|TV Classic Westerns Bat Masterson/Death Valley Days/The Rifleman/Wagon|
Actors: Stanley Andrews, Ronald Reagan, Gene Barry, Chuck Conners
Genres: Westerns, Television
Seven classic western episodes from the western series Death Valley Days, Wagon Train, Bat Masterson, and The Rifleman.
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Michael C. (trackspike) from WESTLAND, MI
Reviewed on 10/1/2008...
death vally days -dear teacher-RONALD REGAN HOSTED THE SHOW
wagon train -the dr denker story
bat masterson- the fighter-STAMPEDE AT TENT CITY
the rifleman- outlaws INHERITANCE +MAIL ORDER GROOM
FOUR WESTERN CLASSICS INTO ONE
Augusto CÚsar Ponte | 06/21/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I must tell you I thought I was getting only one episode on "The Wagon Train" and another one on the "Death Valley Days". To my delightful surprise, that is a double sided DVD and brings you not only two of the best tv classic westerns ever made, but four tv classic westerns: "Death Valley Days" ("Dear Teacher" & "Sego Lillies"); "Wagon Train" ("The Dr. Denker Story"); "Bat Masterson" ("The Fighter" & "Stampede at Tent City") and "The Rifleman" ("Outlaw's Inheritance" & "Mail Order Groom"). Without a doubt, that is one of the best DVDs in my modest, but selected collection. It comes in a very nice case with short, but great information on the shows. It has an interactive menu, scene selector, dolby digital, trivia quiz and biography of the famous stars of the classic western shows in it. It was digitally mastered and was made in Canada. The 7 (seven) episodes on the DVD were nicely and competently chosen among the various good episodes on the shows. If you are a tv western classic fanatic like me or even if you want to have a really good DVD just added to your collection, that is a must!"
Wagons Ho !
Alan Sharp | Orange, CA USA | 11/07/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"During the 1950's these three shows became a family must see. For a whole generation of us born in the 40's and 50's this is a nostalgic trip back to a more innocent time. The quality of these recordings is excellent, keeping them in black and white is true to their time. Anyone wishing to revisit Rowdy Yates, Chuck Conner or Ward Bond will find these invaluable. It is amazing too see how simple the plots and the parts were, relying instead on our connection to the actors character. You won't want to miss it."