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4.4 out of 5 stars 18 customer reviews

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After a successful first season, Chuck Connors returned in 1965 to reprise the role of Jason McCord in Branded. The Army following the Battle at Bitter Creek branded McCord, a West Point graduate and decorated Cavalry Officer, a coward. He is disgraced in the eyes of the world, but as he travels throughout the Old West, he proves the label repeatedly false. Whatever trouble he rides into, Jason McCord finds a way to get justice and redemption for those in need of help.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Chuck Connors
  • Format: Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Timeless Media Group
  • DVD Release Date: August 24, 2005
  • Run Time: 780 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0007TKOEQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #136,516 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Branded: Season 2" on IMDb

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Now the complete run of this great Western Series is out.I think it is the first of the Classic Western Shows who had become that treatment. Im very thankful to own them.I give five Stars, though the shows are a little cut from the Original. The Picture is a little bit unsharp sometimes, because they are not digitally remastered.But you can look over this minor failures.

Now in color Branded truly shines. The Episodes in the first season were a little bit better on narration and in this season McCord is more and more an secret agent for president Grant.Here you get the best episode of the complete Run- McCords Way.Reminds me of High Noon.Outstanding also to see the Special with Larry Cohen.Great Stuff to hear about why Branded disappeared from the screens,because of the ego of Chuck Connors.So Connors shot in is own legs with his loose mouth.Very sad!Buy this set and treasure this gem of Cult Television.I hope there will be more from this publisher.
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I was in elementary school when Branded came out, and I remembered it came on before Bonanza which we were waiting for. After watching a few shows Branded became part of our viewing schedule. This set of DVD's like Volume 1 can use better video restoration. This becomes more evident in the color episodes of Season 2. What makes this set so nice is the bonus feature with a complete interview with the creator of Branded, Mr. Cohen.

Cohen, (who was also involved with the show "The Invaders" and other TV shows), discusses the idea and creation of the show in great detail. It was a show shunned by NBC but loved by Proctor and Gamble which was a big NBC sponsor. The scheduling of Branded was a strategic move by NBC and Proctor and Gamble to keep viewers on NBC as it was sandwiched between Disney's Wonderful World of Color and Bonanza. Cohen talks about the up and down relationships with Chuck Connors and the various producers. The interview and his comments are worth the value of this DVD set.

Now that this DVD set has been combined as season 1 and 2, is this bonus feature still there.
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One of my favorite episodes in Season II is "Call to Glory," which is a three part episode about General Custer. Of course it's fictional, but I enjoyed it very much! Unlike the majority of people, I also enjoyed the last two episodes. Of course, I'm a sucker for romance and hate to see anyone having to be a wanderer, not finding their "place" in this world. I was happy to see that Jason finally found it...

These episodes are cut to 22 minutes a piece, and some of the cuts are pretty bad...like you pick up right in the middle of a scene. But at least we get them, right?
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This is part of my history. I Can remember setting down and watching this program with my grandfather, it was on of my favorite western TV shows. I AM very happy to be an owner of this series
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Loved both The Rifleman and Branded series as a kid. Both highlighted Chuck Connors range as an actor & he always delivered the goods. So happy to now have the complete "official" Branded series on DVD (still waiting for the complete Rifleman series - but at least we're getting to enjoy it right now on the Encore Western Channel :)
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I THOROUGHLY ENJOYED WATCHING THESE SHOWS . IT'S A SHAME THAT THIS COULD NOT HAVE BEEN MADE INTO AN HOUR-LENGTH SHOW . THE STORY LINES ARE WELL DEVELOPED AND SEEING SOME OF THE VETERAN ACTORS IN THESE EPISODES MAKES THIS A TRUE "CLASSIC" FOR THOSE OF US WHO ENJOY THE WESTERN GENRE!! WHY AREN'T THE SHOWS IN SOME KIND OF CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER??
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I grew up watching this program with my father. I now have both seasons, 1 and 2. My father is no longer around but watching this series brings back very good memories of him and I watching westerns together.
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The second and final season of this high tension series was filmed in color. To bad this series was so short lived as i beleive it could have run as long as the Rifleman.
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