Randolph Scott Round-Up - Volume Two - 6 Films
Manufacturer: Mill Creek Entertainment Brand: Mill Creek Entertainment
Santa Fe(1951) - Color - Not RatedStarring: Randolph Scott, Janis Carter, Jerome Courtland, Peter Thompson, John Archer Stranger Wore A Gun(1953) - Color - Not RatedStarring: Randolph Scott, Claire Trevor, Joan Weldon, George Macready, Alfonso Bedoya, Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine Hangman's Knot(1952) - Color - Not RatedStarring: Randolph Scott, Donna Reed, Claude Jarman Jr., Lee Marvin, Guinn "Big Boy' Williams Man in the Saddle(1951) - Color - Not RatedStarring: Randolph Scott, Joan Leslie, Ellen Drew, Alexander Knox, Richard Rober, John Russell The Nevadan(1950) - Color - Not RatedStarring: Randolph Scott, Dorothy Malone, Forrest Tucker, Frank Faylen, George Macready, Charles Kemper The Desperadoes(1943) - Color - Not RatedStarring: Randolph Scott, Glenn Ford, Claire Trevor, Evelyn Keyes, Edgar Buchanan, Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams
Death Valley Days: The Complete First Season
Manufacturer: Timeless Media Group
A staple of the Golden Ages of both radio and television, Death Valley Days earns its reputation among true Western programs in broadcast history. An anthology series exploring fascinating stories of the American West, its legacy as a true classic is undeniable. As introduced by "The Old Ranger" (Stanley Andrews), the eighteen episodes within Season One of Death Valley Days present dramatic and powerful narratives based on true events. This grounded approach would set Death Valley Days apart from the more stylized presentations that were more common amongst the series' contemporaries. Top-notch writing, acting, and direction combine to present a vision that respects both the actual men and women who lived in and fought for the glorious Old West, and the intelligence of the audiences at home who tuned in every week. Retrace the steps of those who won the west with this amazing collection of some of the finest Western television ever produced.
Grayeagle / Winterhawk [Blu-ray]
Manufacturer: Shout! Factory Brand: CINEDIGM - UNI DIST CORP Model: 35212989
Two sprawling adventures from the rugged frontier! GRAYEAGLE In 1848, the life of trapper John Coulter (Ben Johnson) is thrown into upheaval when his daughter Beth is kidnapped by a warrior of the Cheyenne tribe. Coulter sets out on the plains with his friend Standing Bear (Iron Eyes Cody) to rescue Bethâ€¦ but as his relentless search goes on, Beth grows to respect, and then love, her captor. Also starring Lana Wood (Diamonds Are Forever) and the great Jack Elam (Rio Lobo), Grayeagle is a complex adventure in the vein of The Searchers. WINTERHAWK When a Blackfoot chief (Michael Dante) is double-crossed in a trade for much-needed medicine for his tribe, he enacts a swift vengeance. Now on the run with a posse in hot pursuit, Chief Winterhawk must not only save the lives of his people, but his own as well. Beautiful scenic vistas highlight this Western, which features supporting roles from Dawn Wells (Gilligans Island) and a stable full of character actors Western fans cant help but recognize, including Woody Strode, L.Q. Jones, and Denver Pyle.
Gunsmoke: One Man's Justice (1994 TV Movie)
Manufacturer: Kino Lorber
James Arness (How the West Was Won) is back in the saddle as U.S. Marshal Matt Dillon for one last time - the character Arness immortalized in Gunsmoke (1955-1975), the most popular western show in television history and the longest running primetime dramatic TV series of all time. In Gunsmoke: One Man s Justice, desperadoes are on the loose and gun barrels are ablaze as Matt Dillon saddles up to save an innocent teenage boy out to avenge his mother s brutal stagecoach murder by a ruthless gang of outlaws. Aiding Dillon is one of the stagecoach s passengers, the mysterious Davis Healy (Bruce Boxleitner, Scarecrow and Mrs. King), a traveling salesman of considerable charm, wit and great skill as a marksman.Bonus Features: Trailers
Manufacturer: Warner Archive Collection Brand: Warner Bros.
â€œWhite like the fallen snow; fire was his spirit; man was his foeâ€ declares the omnipresent title song of this fondly remembered family favorite. Everyone wants to corral the majestic; free-roaming stallion called Snowfire â€“ but the awesome animal takes a fancy only to 11-year-old Molly McGowan. Molly is determined to protect Snowfire from those who want to capture him; like her stalwart father (Don Megowan); a rival ranch owner (Claire Kelly) and her shifty trio of hired hands. Indeed; Molly believes the wild horse talks to her; and she even bets on it with a skeptical psychiatrist. You will too. A one-time TV staple of â€œchildrenâ€™s movieâ€ programming for baby boomers rarely seen in decades; Snowfire; from the team of brothers Dorrell McGowan and Stuart McGowan (veterans of Death Valley Days and Sky King ); finally gallops onto DVD; remastered in its original widescreen aspect ratio and with its low-budget but high-spirited sincerity intact. A genuine family affair in its creation and result; Snowfire is a white beauty.
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