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* Elfego Baca: Nine lives of Elfego Baca
* Four Down and Five Lives to Go
* Attorney at Law
* Swamp Fox: Birth of the Swamp Fox
* Brother Against Brother
* Tory Vengeance
During the Revolutionary War, Colonel Francis Marion led a string of unconventional campaigns against the British in the Carolinas. His skill at staging raids, then vanishing into the trackless marshes earned him the title "The Swamp Fox." As Marion, Leslie Nielsen lacks Loggia's panache. He's also required to make rather heavy-handed speeches about the rightness of the American cause and its inevitable victory that bring the story to screeching halt. And he always seems to pick the most obtuse members of the British army as targets. Although The Swamp Fox ran for six installments, from October 1959 through January 1961, it was eclipsed by more exciting Disney Americana, notably Texas John Slaughter (1958-1961). (Unrated, suitable for ages 8 and older: violence, alcohol and tobacco use) --Charles Solomon
I recently was watching son's of liberty on the history channel and that sparked my interest of re-watching the Swamp Fox. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Danielle Ward
Well I did get suckered into buying the INCOMPLETE set. And I am VERY disappointed.
Now I have an incomplete set of both YUCK!!!
Disney needs a checkup from the neck up!
Entertaining series that I watched as a 10 year old when they first appeared on Sunday night's WDP!! Read morePublished 3 months ago by CROONER
Purchased this DVD thinking that ALL the episodes of BOTH shows would be on the two discs. WRONG!!! Only three episodes on each disc and am VERY dissapointed! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Frvrlovc
I LOVE Both of the shows in this set, however... I'm very disappointed with the lack of shows in the set. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sean Cowlishaw
It was pretty good television and the stories were well done. There was quite a bit of taking liberties with the actual events that occurred those many years ago. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Dennis J. McCarn