From cold-hearted killers to reckless heroes, Mill Creek Entertainment brings you back to the era of the hard-bitten gunslingers that brought terror and salvation to the lawless West. From spaghetti western icons like Lee ... more »Van Cleef and Bud Spencer to Hollywood powerhouses like Charles Bronson and Dennis Hopper, the action never stops! Included Any Gun Can Play Apache Blood Belle Starr Story, The Billy the Kid Returns Boot Hill Cry Blood Apache Curse of Demon Mountain, The Dan Candy's Law Day of the Wolves Days of Jesse James Dead Aim Deadwood '76 Death Rides a Horse Devil and Leroy Bassett, The Four Rode Out God's Gun Gun and the Pulpit, The Hanged Man, The In Old Santa Fe Jesse James' Women Joshua Kid Vengeance Law Men Lawless Frontier, The Lights of Old Santa Fe Lucky Texan, The Mad Dog Morgan Man from Music Mountain Man from Utah, The Man of the Forest One-Eyed Soldiers Paradise Canyon Public Cowboy No. 1 Rage at Dawn Randy Rides Alone Riders of Destiny Riders of the Whistling Skull Rim of the Canyon Savage Guns Savage Journey Seven Alone Showdown at Williams Creek Star Packer, The Texas Terror This Man Can't Die Trinity and Sartana Utah West of the Divide Wildfire Yuma« less
"i have reviewed many of these sets and i still marvael at the number of people who think that these sets are going to be great transfers. if thats what you are looking for keep looking! if you want to build your dvd collection and see some great old b thru z grade westerns, give it a try. my copies are not that bad , or maybe i'm just not as pickey as some. as always for the price it's a good deal. and i watch these films with my young children and they love them, so at least there child friendly,and they do what they were made to do,they enterain you,so give them a try."
On a 1 to 10 scale, this collection rates : 5.3
Annie Van Auken | Planet Earth | 04/01/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"GUNSLINGERS 50 MOVIE PACK has 16 mostly European-made films and 18 hour-length oaters by Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Bob Steele and John Wayne. The balance of these public domain titles are lesser-known theatrical and made-for-TV movies. This nicely assembled MILL CREEK ENTERTAINMENT box set is one that any fan of cowboy flicks will surely find a real bargain! And for even more great western action, don't miss the WESTERN CLASSICS 100 MOVIE PACK. It's the ultimate in range-ridin' action.
The 1 to 10 average rating on GUNSLINGERS 50 MOVIE PACK (based on web-polling) is 5.3.
Program list includes individual ratings, country (if other than USA), year of release and main actors--
(4.7) Alien Thunder ("Dan Candy's Law"} (Canada-1974) - Donald Sutherland/Chief Dan George (6.1) Any Gun Can Play (Italy-1967) - Edd Byrnes/Gilbert Roland (2.0) Apache Blood (1975) - Ray Danton/Dewitt Lee (5.3) Apache Rifles (1964) - Audie Murphy/Michael Dante (4.9) The Belle Starr Story (Italy-1968) - Robert Woods/George Eastman (6.0) Billy The Kid Returns (1938) Roy Rogers/Smiley Burnette (5.0) Boot Hill (Italy-1969) - Terence Hill/Woody Strode (4.6) Curse Of Demon Mountain ("The Shadow Of Chikara") (1977) - Joe Don Baker/Sondra Locke (1.8) Cry Blood Apache (1970) - Jody McCrea/Joel McCrea (in a minor role) (6.9) Day Of The Wolves (1973) - Richard Egan/Rick Jason/Jan Murray (5.4) Days Of Jesse James (1939) - Roy Rogers/George "Gabby" Hayes (5.7) Dead Aim (Mexico-1975) - Glen Lee/James Westerfield (3.5) Deadwood '76 (1965) - Arch Hall Jr./Jack Lester (6.9) Death Rides A Horse (Italy-1967) - Lee Van Cleef/John Phillip Law (4.8) The Devil And Leroy Bassett (1973) - Cody Bearpaw/John F. Goff (5.0) Four Rode Out (USA/Spain-1971) - Pernell Roberts/Leslie Nielsen (3.8) God's Gun (Italy/Israel-1976) - Lee Van Cleef/Jack Palance/Richard Boone (5.4) The Gun And The Pulpit (TV-1954) - Marjoe Gortner/Slim Pickens (5.1) The Hanged Man (TV-1974) - Steve Forrest/Dean Jagger/Will Geer (6.1) In Old Santa Fe (1934) - Ken Maynard/George 'Gabby" Hayes/Gene Autry (4.7) Jesse James' Women (1954) - Don "Red' Barry/Peggy Castle (4.0) Joshua (1976) - Fred Williamson/Calvin Bartlett (3.3) Kid Vengeance (Italy/Israel/USA-1977) - Lee Van Cleef/Jim Brown/Leif Garrett (4.7) The Lawless Frontier (1934) - John Wayne/George "Gabby" Hayes (6.8) Law Men (1944) - Johnny Mack Brown/Raymond Hatton (5.9) Lights Of Old Santa Fe (1944) - Roy Rogers/Dale Evans/Gabby Hayes (5.6) The Lucky Texan (1934) - John Wayne/George "Gabby" Hayes (5.5) Mad Dog Morgan (Australia-1976) - Dennis Hopper (6.0) Man From Music Mountain (1938) - Gene Autry/Smiley Burnette (5.0) The Man From Utah (1934) - John Wayne/George "Gabby" Hayes (4.5) The One Eyed Soldiers (Yugo/Italy/UK/USA-1966) - Dale Robertson (5.0) Paradise Canyon (1935) - John Wayne (5.9) Public Cowboy No. 1 (1937) - Gene Autry/Smiley Burnette (5.8) Rage At Dawn (1955) - Randolph Scott/Forrest Tucker (5.7) Randy Rides Alone (1934) - John Wayne/George "Gabby" Hayes (5.8) Riders Of Destiny (1933) - John Wayne/George "Gabby" Hayes (6.7) Riders Of The Whistling Skull (1937) - Robert Livingston/Ray "Crash" Corrigan (6.2) Rim Of The Canyon (1949) - Gene Autry/Alan Hale Jr. (3.3) Savage Guns (Italy-1971) - Robert Woods (3.9) Savage Journey (TV-1983) - Maurice Grandmaison/Richard Moll (5.1) Seven Alone (1974) - Dewey Martin/Aldo Rey (5.7) Showdown At Williams Creek (Canada-1991) - Tom Burlinson/Raymond Burr (5.6) The Star Packer (1934) - John Wayne, George "Gabby" Hayes (5.0) Texas Terror (1935) - John Wayne/George "Gabby" Hayes (7.2) They Call Me Trinity (Italy-1970) - Terence Hill/Farley Granger (5.2) This Man Can't Die (Italy-1967) - Guy Madison/Steve Merrick (4.0) Trinity And Sartana (Italy-1972) - Harry Baird (5.7) Utah (1945) - Roy Rogers/George "Gabby" Hayes/Dale Evans (6.1) Wildfire (1945) - Bob Steele/Sterling Holloway (6.3) Yuma (1971) - Clint Walker/Barry Sullivan"
Worth the price
Jeffrey L. Roark | 11/05/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I OWN 8 OF THESE SETS,FOR THE PRICE THEY ARE WELL WORTH IT.YOU TAKE THE GOOD WITH THE BAD."
Not the best transfers,but for 40 to 50cents per movie a goo
John D. Page | usa | 04/20/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"i own many of these 50 movie packs and yes the transfers are not always good but they are all watchable and when you figure out that the price is 40 to 50cents a movie what's there to cry about. there are some good,bad,and to finish the pun,ugly movies in this collection. like i said i have enjoyed them and they are kid friendly for the most part and can help you build a nice collection of b thru z grade westerns"
50 Westerns of Public Domain Goodness
Charles J. Rector | Woodstock, IL United States | 05/03/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Gunslingers is a collection of 50 westerns that have only one thing in common: they are all public domain and as such it is possible for them to be presented in highly affordable collections. I paid $24.99 for my set and that comes down to about 50 cents per movie. The way that movie tickets cost nowadays, you really cannot complain about this collection.
This deal is even better when you consider that many of the movies in this collection are available as individual movie DVD's at prices of $5 and higher. Many of the movies in this collection are presented in better condition than they are from other DVD companies.
Additionally, some of these movies are of such quality and/or proven audience appeal you just have to wonder just why the movie studios did not renew their copyrights. Chief among these are God's Gun with Lee Van Cleef and the parody classic They Call Me Trinity starring Terence Hill & Bud Spencer.