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Ultimate TV Westerns 150 Episodes - 12 DVD Set


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Note: This is a 12 DVD Set. This requires a DVD Player or DVD-ROM in order to play. It will play on any DVD player.

Welcome to the greatest compilation of TV western shows ever assembled!

29 thrilling series, 150 complete episodes, over 68 hours of family entertainment on 12 double-sided DVDs.


Adventures of Champion, The
Life in the American Southwest during the 1880's would be a dream come true for a boy like Ricky North (Barry Curtis). Living on his Uncle Sandy's ranch, Ricky had exciting adventures everyday that he shared with Champion, the Wonder Horse and his dog Rebel.
Adventures of Jim Bowie, The
This 50's television series centered on Jim Bowie, Alamo hero and inventor of the knife, which bears his name. The tales take place in Louisiana in the early 1800's with Bowie traveling around New Orleans and the bayou country, meeting family and friends while also righting wrongs.
Adventures of Kit Carson, The
One of a series of popular 1950's TV Westerns, "The Adventures of Kit Carson" featured the stories of Kit and his Mexican friend El Toro. The two traveled from town to town in the American Southwest fighting crimes and upholding the law.
Annie Oakley
One of the fastest guns in the west, Annie Oakley used her skills to help her friend, Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig, maintain the peace in the town of Diablo. Along on her adventures, Annie's little brother Tagg was sometimes as much of a cause of trouble as he was an aid to Annie and Deputy Craig.
Bat Masterson
This 1950s western featured a non-traditional western hero. Gene Barry starred as Bat Masterson, a gambler and lady's man, who traveled across the West with a bowler instead of a cowboy hat and used a cane for his primary weapon instead of a six-gun.
The Cartwright's thousand-square-mile Ponderosa Ranch is located near Virginia City, Nevada, site of the Comstock Silver Lode, during and after the Civil War. Each of the sons was born to a different wife of Ben's; with none of the mothers still alive. Join Ben (Lorne Greene), Adam (Pernell Roberts), Hoss (Dan Blocker) and Little Joe (Michael Landon) as they rewrite the book on the western genre. These were the days where family values and the fight for justice were backed up by six-guns that always had right on their side
Buffalo Bill Jr.
Buffalo Bill Jr. and his sister Calamity live in the small western town of Wileyville. The siblings are watched over by Judge Ben "Fair and Square" Wiley and together the three of them keep the peace in the territory. Whether it outlaws, renegade Indians or settlers it trouble, you can bet that Buffalo Bill Jr., Calamity and Judge Wiley will see to it that everything turns out right!
Cisco Kid, The
This classic western series was the first to be filmed in color, even though the majority of television sets in the country were black and white. The show presented the tales of The Cisco Kid (Duncan Renaldo) and his trusty sidekick Pancho (Leo Carrillo) as they traveled about the West, coming to the aid of those in need of it.
Cowboy G-Men
Watch the exciting adventures of Pat Gallagher (Russell Hayden) and Stoney Crockett (Jackie Coogan), government agents with a mission to bring peace and justice to the West.
Death Valley Days
This long-running classic western series featured tales from the area surrounding Death Valley, California. Check out these exciting adventures brought to you through stories narrated by The Old Ranger (Stanley Andrews)
Deputy, The
The Arizona Territory in the 1880s was a tough place to be and the man who was responsible for bringing justice to the land was Marshal Simon Fry (Henry Fonda). Marshal Fry's best weapon in defending the rights of the innocent came in the form of Clay McCord (Allen Case), his trusted deputy. Marshal Fry knew that when Deputy McCord was on the case, things would turn out all right.
Frontier Doctor
Harken back to the days of the Old West where a hero can be found in the most unlikely of places. In the town of Rising Springs, Arizona, the hero of the territory turns out to be Bill Baxter, the town doctor. Dr. Baxter not only cures the ills of his fellow townspeople, but also aids the law in bringing justice to those on the side of lawlessness.
Jim Newton (Peter Graves) is the owner of the Broken Wheel Ranch and recently lost his wife and son in an accident. Given an opportunity to help orphan Joey get off the streets and lead a new life, Jim decides to take the boy in.
Gabby Hayes Show, The
Everyone's favorite western sidekick Gabby Hayes brings you tales from the old west in this 1950's TV series. Gabby sits on his porch, whittling away, while he spins his yarns about ropin' and ridin'. Gabby's stories of western adventure are sure to entertain young and old alike!
Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans
The story of James Fenimore Cooper's literary heroes is brought to the small screen with John Hart starring as Hawkeye and Lon Chaney Jr. as Chingachgook. These two friends travel the backwoods of newly discovered New England, trapping and trading as well as fighting for the side of right when the time comes.
Hudson's Bay
This adventure series from the late 1950s featured stories connected to the Hudson's Bay Company. Famous for its fur trade shortly after North America was colonized, this television series told tales of adventure each week to its eager viewers. Trappers, Explorers, Native Americans, French and British alike all traveled the territory seeking their fortunes and finding fame and adventure.
Judge Roy Bean
This classic TV Western from the 1950s stars Edgar Buchanan as Judge Roy Bean, "The Only Law West of the Pecos"! Bringing his own brand of fair and honest judgment to the town of Langtry, Judge Bean set out to rein in the lawlessness in the territory.
Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp, The
Hugh O'Brien brought legendary lawman Wyatt Earp to life on the small screen in this classic western from the Golden Age of Television. Earp was famous for his tough but fair brand of justice and is probably best know for his participation in the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral!
Lone Ranger, The
This classic radio show was brought to television in the late 1940's and was a favorite of children and adults alike. Starring Clayton Moore as the masked man and Jay Silverheels as the faithful sidekick Tonto. The story concerns a Texas Ranger who was the only survivor of an ambush and is nursed back to health by his friend, Tonto. After his recovery from his injuries, the Ranger decides to dedicate his life to bring justice and peace to the West. Using the benefits from a secret silver mine, the Lone Ranger rides the West on his horse, Silver, and dispenses justice in the form of his trademark, the silver bullet.
Northwest Passage
During the French and Indian War, Major Robert Rogers organizes an expedition to search for an inland waterway across the North American continent. Joining Major Rogers on his quest are his long-time friend and fellow Indian fighter Hunk Marriner and Harvard-graduate Langdon Towne, mapmaker. This expedition not only searches for the Northwest Passage but also brings aid to the settlers they find along the way.
Pistols 'N' Petticoats
This western comedy for the 1960s boasted the incomparable Ann Sheridan as Henrietta Hanks, the head of a family of sharpshooters. Henrietta, Grandma and Grandpa are all eager to lend their skills with firearms in aiding the clumsy local sheriff, who is dating Henrietta's niece Lucy. Trick shots fly as much as prat falls in this western for all ages.
Range Rider, The
This classic television series from the early 1950s starred Jock Mahoney as The Range Rider, who traveled the west bringing aid and justice to those he encountered. Aiding the Range Rider in his efforts was Dick West (Dickie Jones), the All-American Boy who was a top-notch rider as well as quick on the draw.
Rifleman, The
Chuck Connors portrayed Lucas McCain, New Mexico rancher and the fastest shot around with his Winchester rifle. McCain is a widower raising his son Mark on his own but he aides the local sheriff, with his Winchester, in keeping the peace near the town of North Fork.
Roy Rogers Show, The
Travel back to those early days of television to the Double R Ranch, where you will find America's favorite singing cowboy Roy Rogers. Re-live the exciting adventures of Roy, his horse Trigger and his faithful dog Bullet, as they work their ranch with the lovely Dale Evans and her horse Buttermilk. Don't forget trusty Pat Brady and his jeep Nellybelle, who were always up for fun and adventure with Roy and Dale.
Sergeant Preston of the Yukon
Sergeant Preston (Dick Simmons) was the pride of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in this classic adventure series that ran on television during the 1950's. Preston was assigned to patrol the wilds of the Yukon and the Canadian Rockies with his trusty horse Rex and the incomparable Yukon King, the greatest lead dog of any sled dog team. No matter what the trouble or the weather they faced, Preston and his faithful companions would protect the interests of the Crown and bring in their man.
Shotgun Slade
Scott Brady starred as the title character, Shotgun Slade, a man who brings justice to the old west in the form of his custom made double-barreled shotgun. Equipped with a gun that can shoot both bullets and shotgun blasts, Slade fights the good fight with the hope of a lasting peace.
Stories of the Century
This classic western had stories centered upon railroad detectives Matt Clark and Frankie Adams. These partners traveled the railways across the country tracking down criminals who preyed upon those people riding and using the trains. Some of the West's most legendary tales were told through the eyes of these railroad lawmen.
  Twenty-six Men
This classic western series was shown on television weekly from 1957 to 1959. The adventures told the tales of the original men of the Arizona Rangers who rode the territory during the late 19th and early 20th Centuries. The series starred Tristram Coffin as Captain Tom Rynning and Kelo Henderson and Ranger Clint Travis.
Wagon Train
Ride along with settlers heading across the plains and deserts on their way to a new life, in this exciting classic TV western from the 1950s and 1960s. Strong wagon masters and brave scouts lead their wagon train through bad weather, hostile Indians and outlaws to find their promised new home out West.


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