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Ultimate TV Western Collection (Bonanza, Bat Masterson, The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, Wagon Train, Roy Rogers Show, The Deputy, Shotgun Slade, Judge Roy Bean, Ranger Rider, Buffalo Bill Jr., Adventures of Kitt Carson, Lone Ranger, Death Valley Days)

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This extraordinary gift package brings to life the small screen heroes we remember and grew to love and respect. The Western fan will never tire of these classic cowboy shows.

Episodes: Bonanza: The Ape, The Avenger, The Blood Line, The Fear Merchants, Escape to Ponderosa, Blood on the Land, The Spanish Grant, The Spitfire, Bitter Water, San Francisco, Feet of Clay, Death at Dawn, Desert Justice, The Hopefuls, Badge without Honor, The Gunmen, Breed of Violence, The Last Viking, The Stranger, Silent Thunder. The Rifleman: Day of the Hunter, Outlaw's Inheritance, Mail Order Groom. Bat Masterson: The Fighter, Stampede at Tent City. The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp: The Assassins. Wagon Train: The Malachi Hobart Story, Alias Bill Hawks, The Dr. Denker Story, The Malachi Hobart Story, The Annie MacGregor Story. The Roy Rogers Show: Ambush. The Deputy: The Hard Decision, The Return of Widow Brown, Man of Peace. Shotgun Slade: A Flower for Jenny, Crossed Guns. Judge Roy Bean: The Eyes of Texas, Outlaw's Son, Black Jack. Range Rider: The Blind Trail, Outlaw Pistols. Buffalo Bill Jr.: Pawnee Stampede, The Rain Wagon. The Adventures of Kit Carson: The Outlaws of Manzanita, Enemies of the West. The Lone Ranger: Enter the Lone Ranger, The Lone Ranger Fights On, Finders Keepers, The Masked Rider, The Lone Ranger Triumphs, Six Gun Legacy, Return of the Convict, Legion of the Old Timers, Rustler's Hideout, Old Joe's Sister, Cannonball McKay, War Horse, Pete and Pedro, The Renegades, Message from Abe, Tender Foot, High Heels. Death Valley Days: Little Oscar’s Millions, Sego Lillies, Dear Teacher, The Diamond Babe, Little Washington.


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  • Actors: Clayton Moore, Dickie Jones, Frank McGrath, Lorne Greene, Michael Landon
  • Directors: Charles F. Haas, Frank McDonald, George B. Seitz, Jr., Lewis Allen
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Black & White, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 8
  • Rated:
    PG-13
    Parents Strongly Cautioned
  • Studio: TGG Direct
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (187 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005DTZXI2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,453 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Annie Van Auken TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 29, 2007
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ULTIMATE TV WESTERNS - 150 EPISODES consists primarily of 1950s cowboy shows-- some famous, others obscure. Reported running time for this set is 80 hours-- however, other sources list it as "up to 70 hours" with one specifying 68 hours total.

Regardless, this is a treasure trove of old oaters that's certain to please fans of 1950s TV programming and westerns alike.

COLLECTION CONTENTS--

The Adventures Of Champion - Barry Curtis (1 episode)

The Adventures Of Jim Bowie - Scott Forbes (6 episodes)

The Adventures Of Kit Carson - Bill Williams (6 episodes)

Annie Oakley - Gail Davis (6 episodes)

Bat Masterson - Gene Barry (2 episodes)

Bonanza - Lorne Green (10 episodes)

Buffalo Bill Jr. - Dickie Jones (6 episodes)

The Cisco Kid - Duncan Renaldo (12 episodes)

Cowboy G-Men - Russell Hayden (5 episodes)

Death Valley Days - Sterling Hayden (3 episodes)

The Deputy - Henry Fonda (2 episodes)

Frontier Doctor - Rex Allen (3 episodes)

Fury - Peter Graves (3 episodes)

The Gabby Hayes Show - Gabby Hayes (6 episodes)

Hawkeye And The Last Of The Mohicans - Lon Chaney Jr.
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There are numerous TV Western collections out there on the dvd praire and all showing real signs of age and neglect. However here is one thats sure to delight anyone who grew up playing cowboys & indians in the 1950's and 60's. Again, the quality isn't too bad considering they haven't been really professionally restored the way most movies are. But remember, when we first used to see them on TV at that time, the TV picture via the old aerial, wasn't always too great either. TV stations before tape, showed these episodes via telecine, that is they physically ran 16mm prints on special movie projectors. Even though the exspensively produced "Bonanza" was the first TV Western to be aired in color, thanks to those RCA sets which the show did so well at selling. The first show to be shot in color was "The Cisco Kid". Years earlier and on a shoe-string budget and with 16mm cameras. The producers were smart to predict that color was coming and gave that particular show an even longer life in syndication. At their height in 1959, there were 48 westerns on the air, mostly half hour shows of course, but they dominated our living rooms morning, noon and night.

Let's face it for the money, this collection is a better steal than anything ever taken in one of those endless stage or bank robberies, these oaters are always depicting. And for anyone who grew up after their intial runs and even the many years of syndication, these shows are an education. A look at a perceived simpler time with simpler values!

Oh! one other thing pardner -try to get hold of a copy of TV's Western Heroes hosted by Will "Sugarfoot" Hutchins. It's the perfect companion to this set, as not only profiles the shows, but shows the very classic commercials that inter-rupted them. That plus network promos and bloopers. HAPPY TRAILS!
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My first frustration was not knowing what episodes are included in the set. On opening the packaging, I was disappointed to see that it is on 4 double-sided discs so there are no directory labels on the discs. Also, the disc id's are on the very small hub rings. Don't bother to check the Mill Creek website for episode contents either.

So, I tediously inserted each DVD and review the menus (flipping for each side) and what do I find... the side B's on two of them won't play in my best DVD player - Incompatible Disc!!

I swapped to a lesser quality DVD player and they play okay. However, the quality of the recordings is really sub-standard. The back of the case says "Digitally Re-Master on 4 DVD's". Take my word for it. Nothing about these recording is remastered!! The recording quality is inconsistant, some are nearly un-watchable, either too light, too dark, or too contrasty which can can make these old Black & white episodes look like they were record off the last TV (syndicated) broadcast airing of of very old worn film.

Having said all this, it's kind of funny, they look just like I remember them! So, there you go. I haven't had enough time to watch all of them, but then I wasn't a fan of all of these series, only a few of them.

Finally, there appears to be no rhyme or reason in the selection and sequence of the episodes, but for those that care, here is what I found.

**** TV Westerns 57 Episodes Collection (Disc 1)****
A1. Confession for Money (ep. 18) 1951
A2. Freight Line Feud (ep. 22) 1951
A3. Lynching Story (ep. 15) 1950
A4. Newspaper Crusaders (ep. 16) 1950
A5. Ghost Town (ep. 23) 1952
A6. Buried Treasure (ep. 25) 1952
A7. Dog Story (ep. 17) 1950
A8. Medicine Flats (ep. 8) 1950
B1.
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