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Yancy Derringer [VHS]


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Product Details

  • Format: NTSC
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Tgg Direct
  • VHS Release Date: November 23, 1999
  • Run Time: 300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000399XF
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #658,152 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Yancy Derringer is a riverboat gambler, a debonair adventurer and a fighter of crime ... and he doesn't go anywhere without his four-inch Derringer or his six-foot Indian companion. This classic series of stunt-filled, danger-packed stories, is set in post-Civil War New Orleans, where mystery and suspense lurk in every shadow.

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By David E. Taeusch on September 22, 2003
w/original 5 paper case in box
VHS approx. 5 hours B&W
EPISODES:
The Fair Freebooter
A Bullet for Bridget
Hell and High Water
An Ace Called Spade
The Night the Russians Landed
Long Hair
Outlaw at Liberty
Nightmare on Bourdon Street
Old Dixie
Loot for Richmond
Ran from 2 October to 24 September 1959. Half hour western set in New Orleans after the Civil War. With Jock Mahoney as Yancy Derringer, a suave and stylishly dressed bon vivant who carried the pistol for which he was known for in his hat; X Brands as Pahoo, Yancy's silent and unsimiling Indian companion, who always kept a knife in his headdress (Pahoo's full name, Pahoo Ka Ta Wah, was Pawnee for Wolf Who Stands in Water). Kevin Hagen as John Colton, the beleaguered city administrator of New Orleans. Frances Bergen (mother of Candy Bergen)as Madame Francine, one of Yancy's female friends. The series was created by May Loos and Richard Sale, who owned the 25% show together with executive producers Warren Lewis (25%) and Don Sharpe (25%). Jock Mahoney received 25% for starring.
The timeslot was opposite of Real McCoys. The CBS network gave its okay for the next season, but the bread company which sponsored the show was a fan of Real McCoys and did not pick up the show. Drat and double drat!
Theme Song
They sing of Yancey Derringer
On every danger trail,
On riverboat, in manor house
And now and then in jail.
They say that Yancy Derringer
Had ruffles at his wrists,
Brocade and silver buckles
And iron in his fists.
Yancy, Yancy Derringer,
Yancy, Yancy Derringer
In every tale of derring do
They tell of Yancy D.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By AFiftiesFan on November 16, 2002
This shorter, 2-episode tape, has the same engaging theme music, post-1865, white-suited gentleman, with his silent indian companion, Pahout, as the harder-to-find, larger set. Sometime in every episode, "Pahoot", played by actor X Brands, blasts some bad guy with his sawed-off shotgun. Yancy's father's portrait has him wrapped in a confederate stars-and-bars flag, and Yancy still has a friendly black servant, back at the plantation, too. It's easy to see why Derringer is politically incorrect today, but when the music starts, it will take you back to the TV days of Sergeant Preston, Sky King, Lone Ranger,Engineer Bill, Davy Crockett, et al. Contains "Old Dixie" and "Loot for Richard" episodes.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By David E. Taeusch on October 28, 2000
the best tv series ever made. This vhs tape contains four episodes. A State of Crisis. Two of a Kind. Outlaw at Liberty. Saga of Lonesome Jackson.
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