Francis the Talking Mule Complete Collection
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Francis the Talking Mule Complete Collection features the hilarious escapades of the delightfully funny, old army mule…who happens to talk! Including all 7 movies from one of the most beloved comic series, Donald O’Connor stars as bewildered soldier Peter Stirling, who is helped out of one tricky situation after another by the unlikeliest of heroes, his pal Francis. Join the smart-alecky talking mule who continues to enchant audiences with his yackety-yakking, wise-cracking antics that the whole family can enjoy!
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The films include:
Francis the Talking Mule
Francis Goes to the Races
Francis Goes to West Point
Francis covers the Big Town
Francis Joins the Wacs
Francis in the Navy
Francis in the Haunted House
I highly recommend this complete DVD collection. You will not be disappointed.
I had most of these---originally---on those
old VHS-video-cassette-tape... Y-O-U do
the math---NOT counting shipping--- $20
times 5 = $100; and I didn't even HAVE a
couple of them!
These old black'n'white movies are NOT
everyone's cup-of-tea... coffee... Coke...
7-Up! But, you CANNOT deny the price
IS better than it has EVER been... and I'm
telling you it sure takes up a hell of a lot
LESS shelf space.
Look for secondary-performers---in smaller
SPEAKING parts---such as Clint Eastwood;
Tony Curtis; Leonard Nimoy; Lucille Ball's
boss "Mr.Moody"... and many, many, more
actors you've seen on The Dick Van Dyke,
and Andy Griffith, Shows... and elsewhere.
Oh! In that movie where Peter is a boxer, the
time-keeper[bell-ringer] is an older "Alfalfa"
right before he was murdered (in real life)o-
ver a hunting dog... that li'l rascal!
If I have any issues with the third disc I will update this review, but I wanted to be sure other interested buyers know what they might be in for. This disc is acting much like the cheap Memorex blank discs most stores now carry but I will never buy again (I buy Sony which is a much more reliable disc.) Perhaps the manufacturer is using cheap discs now too.