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Walker, Texas Ranger: Season 1

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Product Description

Texas Ranger Cordell Walker, one of the last old-fashioned heroes in the West, is a protective friend but a relentless foe who will stop at nothing to bring a criminal to justice.


An unofficial Chuck Norris fact: With apologies to Al Gore, global warming does not cause hurricanes. They are caused by the wind generated by Chuck Norris' flurry of roundhouse kicks to the head. Which is why this seven-disc set will blow you away. After Norris's movie career stalled, Walker: Texas Ranger revived his career and catapulted him to international icon status of Hasselhoff proportions. He has since been transformed into an affectionate punchline for the likes of Conan O'Brien and the purveyors of the Official Chuck Norris facts website ("Those aren't credits that roll after Walker: Texas Ranger. It is actually a list of fatalities that occurred during the making of the episode."). Co-created by future Oscar-winner Paul Haggis (Crash), Walker: Texas Ranger is a tailor-made vehicle for Norris, whose eponymous character dispenses somewhat suspect justice. "You screwed up," one particularly nasty miscreant tells Walker. "You forgot to read us our rights. Walker obliges, but not before kicking him into submission, "You have the right to remain silent." Walker's methods may perturb Asst. D.A. Alex Cahill (Sheree J. Wilson), but they sure come in handy when she is menaced, Cape Fear-style, by the recently freed corrupt sheriff she sent to jail ("Borderline") or kidnapped by a cult leader ("In the Name of God").

There are three crucial elements for a great Walker episode: A particularly vile villain (drug dealers, rapists, baby-stealing politicians), coolly delivered Chuck-isms ("When I want your opinion, I'll beat it out of you," reprised from the great Code of Silence), and, to quote Jimmy Trivette (Clarence Gilyard), Walker's new, more by-the-book partner, the "squinty-eyed make-my-day stuff" that Walker punishingly dispenses near the 40-minute mark of nearly every episode. When you've got Chuck Norris, you don't need A-list guest stars, but Walker's first season does feature some familiar faces, including the future Spider-Man Tobey Maguire ("The Prodigal Son"), Stuart Whitman ("The Reunion"), and a post-Wonder Years Danica "Winnie" McKellar ("Stolen Lullaby"). Norris may not be Oscar or Emmy material, but watching Walker unfailingly lay out the bad guys and making the guilty pay is the essence of comfort television. As Trivette says, "I hate to admit; the man is good." In short: don't mess with Texas! --Donald Liebenson

Special Features

  • 26 digitally remastered episodes from the 1993-94 season on 7 discs

Product Details

  • Actors: Chuck Norris, Clarence Gilyard Jr, Sheree J. Wilson
  • Directors: Tony Mordente, Eric Norris, Michael Preece, Joe Coppoletta, Jerry Jameson
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 7
  • Rated:
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: June 13, 2006
  • Run Time: 1498 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (121 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,321 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Walker, Texas Ranger: Season 1" on IMDb

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By P. Burgos on March 5, 2006
Format: DVD
Seasons 1 & 2 of Walker, Texas Ranger is at it's best! The season started in April 1993 with only 3 episodes but later on the show would have a full 24 episode 2nd season in which would last for 9 full seasons until the series finally came to an end in May of 2001 . But anyway, here's are the episode guides for seasons 1 & 2.

Season 1 (April-May '93)

1.) One Riot, One Ranger 4/21/93

When his partner is killed during a bank robbery, Walker comes to the realization that the robbers may be planning to rob four banks in a row.

2.) Borderline 4/24/93

Walker must help Alex when she is stalked by an ex-convict whom she convicted back in the day.

3.) A Shadow in the Night 5/1/93

When a powerful Japanese Yazuka is killed by Congressman Cabe's assistant, the Yazuka come to America, seeking revenge, and Walker and Trivette are assigned to protect the congressman.

Season 2 (1993-94)

4.) Bounty 9/25/93

Bank robber Roy Buchanan is accidentally arrested, but when he is let go, he not only has Walker and Trivette on his heels, but a deadly bounty hunter by the name of Mawell as well.

5.) Storm Warning 10/2/93

When Trivette goes undercover into jail to destroy a drug ring, the transport crashes, and all the prisoners escape, and Trivette is trapped with them.

6.) In The Name Of God 10/30/93

A desperate man named Hank Berigan asks Alex for help in persuading his daughter, Amy, to leave the cult that she has joined. When Alex goes to the cult, she is imprisoned within, realizing that once someone enters the cult, they are never allowed to leave.

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It's fashionable these days, I suppose, to scoff at a television show like Walker - Texas Ranger because it promoted traditional values.

I suppose that following the exploits of Paris Hilton or Britney Spears is far more "hip".

But Walker - Texas Ranger had a very successful 9 year run, despite the fact that the critics universally panned it for its one dimensional characters (the "good guys" really were good guys and they always triumphed in the end), the network buried it in a Saturday night slot (traditionally the dead zone for a televsion show)and did nothing to promote it.

But the viewing public watched and enjoyed it for a very long time because each week, you were the recipient of a good story with a very likeable cast of characters led, of couse, by the title character Cordell Walker Texas Ranger.

Each week, Walker,a Texas Ranger cut in the mold of John Wayne, successfully used his investigative and martial arts skills to bring down the bad guys, who were engaged in everything from drugs to good old fashioned cattle rustling in modern-day Texas.

OK - so the guy isn't Lawrence Olivier in terms of his acting ability and the diversity / range of emotions he was required to convey each episode. But he was very, very believable as a resolute and unstoppable force of justice and fair play.

Walker was ably assisted by a supporting cast including Jimmy Trivette, an ex-Dallas Cowboys football player, who turned in his helmet for a badge, Alex Cahill, an assistant district attorney, who provided the love interest for Walker in the latter seasons and CD Parker, an retired Texas Ranger, whose watering hole was the favorite haunt of Walker, Trivette and Cahill in their off-hours.
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Chuck Norris's Walker Texas Ranger borrow a lot from his film Lone Wolf Mcquad. Created for television and for Norris himself. This was like mini movies for Norris

The idea of Norris in the mold of a martal arts /John wayne style lawman works. Norris, as Steve McQueen taught him, does not say much, let the action do the talking is showcased here in first season of Walker.

so is the box set worth it? YES-great TV without the commerials. However there are NO extras-SOMEONE should interviews, audio commentary and the behind the scene stuff these DVD are known for would be nice. I woulds have like even a tribute to Noble Willingham) who died of cancer after the last walker episode aired

When is season two coming?

Bennet Pomerantz AUDIOWORLD
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In the early 90's, the ever popular martial arts master and action movie star Chuck Norris was not getting many offers for movies. An idea sparked in someone's mind, and Norris was offered the title role for a show called "Walker Texas Ranger", he accepted it, and an entirely new legend was born. This show is most likely what makes Norris best known to today's modern audience. I do not see this show as silly, or stupid, or so dumb that it's good, or anything like that. I sincerely, genuinely, and truthfully see it as a great show. The plots are original and imaginitive. This show also starred Sheree J. Wilson as Assistant District Attorney Alex Cahill, Clarence Gilyard Jr. as Sergeant James Trivette, (Walker's partner in the Texas Rangers), and last but not least, Noble Willingham as C.D. Parker, whose bar was a common meetingplace for the main cast. I am now officially debunking the endless theories that every episode contains the same elements - Alex, Walker, Trivette, or C.D. is kidnapped, Walker transforms into legendary Texas Ranger Hayes Cooper, etc. First of all, in many of the episodes, Alex is not kidnapped, not to mention that she sometimes is barely even if not at all in the episode. Second, Hayes Cooper does not appear until the second season (actually the third season). Do not judge this show by what you have heard from others. Believe me when I say that the show is one-of-a-kind, and it is truly awesome in every way. When you do watch it, if you're like me, you will be bending your ear to every line for one of those well known Chuck-isms, such as "If I wanted a confession, I'd beat it out of you." Great storytelling, acting, and action is what made this show what it is. Don't miss it! Below is a list of episodes included in this seven-disc DVD set.

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