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Cowboy Legends

50 Movie MegaPack

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Program Details

SKU:
07161
Language:
English
Genre:
Western
Starring:
John Wayne, Randolph Scott, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Ray 'Crash' Corrigan
Co-Starring:
Tex Ritter, Tim McCoy, Buck Jones, Ken Maynard, Johnny Mack Brown
Format:
+Digital, DVD
Run Time:
49 Hours 10 Minutes
Rating:
No Rating
Region Code:
Region 1
Street Date:
06-07-2016
UPC:
826831071619

Packaging Details

Number of Discs:
10
Product Height (in):
7.5
Product Width (in):
5.25
Product Depth (in):
1.2
Product Weight (oz):
10.5
Carton Height (in):
19.5
Carton Width (in):
7.625
Carton Depth (in):
5.625
Carton Weight (lbs):
10
Carton Weight (oz):
6.3
Carton Qty:
15
Distributed By:
Mill Creek Entertainment
Catalog Title:
Cowboy Legends - 50 Movie MegaPack
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Synopsis

50 Movies Featuring 10 of the Silver Screen's Biggest Cowboys!

Prepare to hit the trail with this classic collection of 50 cowboy film favorites.  Head off into the sunset with ten of the most popular western movie heroes each starring in five films that propelled their popularity as cinematic superstars.   Saddle up for trailblazing trip back to the wild west in this incredible culmination of most-wanted shoot-’em-ups.

Featuring John Wayne, Randolph Scott, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Ray 'Crash' Corrigan, Tex Ritter, Tim McCoy, Buck Jones, Ken Maynard and Johnny Mack Brown!

Contents:

Angel and the Badman
(1947) B&W 100 Minutes Not Rated
John Wayne, Gail Russell, Harry Carey
Proving that good things can happen to bad people, Quaker girl Penelope Worth nurses the disreputable Quirt Evans back to health.

Arizona Bound
(1941) B&W 54 Minutes Not Rated
Buck Jones, Tim McCoy, Raymond Hatton
In this first of the legendary Rough Riders features, our heroes are drawn to Mesa City at the request of the town marshal to investigate a series of stage robberies.

Between Fighting Men
(1932) B&W 60 Minutes Not Rated
Ken Maynard, Ruth Hall, Josephine Dunn
Two cattlemen brothers are romantic rivals for a sheep man’s daughter and are also stuck in the middle of a range war between the cattlemen and the sheep men.

Boothill Brigade
(1937) B&W 53 Minutes Not Rated
Johnny Mack Brown, Claire Rochelle, Dick Curtis
A shady ranch owner using his henchmen to terrorize the local homesteaders in order to force them off of their land finds himself at odds with our hero Lon Cardigan.

Boots and Saddles
(1937) B&W 54 Minutes Not Rated
Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Judith Allen
A race to determine who gets an Army horse contract between Gene and a rival rancher’s man will determine the fate of a ranch inherited by a young lad after his father’s death.

Branded a Coward
(1935) B&W 57 Minutes Not Rated
Johnny Mack Brown, Billie Seward, Syd Saylor
A cowardly deputy marshal, who as a lad witnessed his family murdered at the hands of “The Cat” and his gang, must overcoming his fears to track down the men responsible for his family’s deaths.

Buffalo Stampede
(1933) B&W 56 Minutes Not Rated
Randolph Scott, Judith Allen, Noah Beery, Buster Crabbe
Two groups of buffalo hunters find themselves at odds with each other when one group decides to steal the hides from the other disguised as Indians.

Code of the Cactus
(1939) B&W 57 Minutes Not Rated
Tim McCoy, Dorothy Short, Forrest Taylor
A Federal agent is called into a territory when a series of cattle rustlings occur with the bandits using trucks to transport the stolen cattle.

The Cowboy and the Indians
(1949) B&W 70 Minutes Not Rated
Gene Autry, Sheila Ryan, Jay Silverheels
Gene Autry is investigating the recent rash of Indian raids on homesteads adjoining the reservation and discovers the local Indian agent is cheating the Indians out of their food allotments.

The Crooked Trail
(1936) B&W 59 Minutes Not Rated
Johnny Mack Brown, Lucile Browne, John Merton
A kind gentleman feels his mining partner, who is cruel and criminal in his ways, just needs to be given a chance to reform while others around him are wary of the partner’s actions.

Dawn on the Great Divide
(1942) B&W 70 Minutes Not Rated
Buck Jones, Mona Barrie, Raymond Hatton, Rex Bell
The Rough Riders must stop a gang disguised as Indians attacking a wagon train with vital supplies on the way to the Town of Beaver Lake.

The Dawn Rider
(1935) B&W 56 Minutes Not Rated
John Wayne, Marion Burns, Reed Howes
A man returns home to see his father, a freight line agent, only to stumble into a robbery that ends up with his father killed and he is seriously wounded.

Days of Jesse James
(1939) B&W 53 Minutes Not Rated
Roy Rogers, George “Gabby” Hayes, Don “Red” Berry
A bank is robbed and after uncovering some clues, Rogers discovers that the crime isn’t what it appears to be.

Dead or Alive
(1944) B&W 54 Minutes Not Rated
Tex Ritter, Dave O’Brien, Guy Wilkerson
In this Texas Rangers feature, the Rangers are looking to stop the Yackey Gang and end their criminal activities in the territory.

Death Rides the Range
(1939) B&W 56 Minutes Not Rated
Ken Maynard, Fay McKenzie, Ralph Peters
When foreign agents set their sights on controlling some land where a helium supply is located, an undercover Government agent steps in to aid the brother and sister who own the property.

Enemy of the Law
(1945) B&W 62 Minutes Not Rated
Tex Ritter, Guy Wilkerson, Dave O’Brien
A Texas Ranger goes undercover as a man’s cellmate to uncover where he has hidden some stolen gold prior to his imprisonment.

The Fighting Renegade
(1939) B&W 54 Minutes Not Rated
Tim McCoy, Joyce Bryant, Ben Corbett
A man framed for murder years ago is now leading a band of ‘outlaws’ in Mexico who guard gold shipments and protect travelers, while he continues his search for the true killer.

The Fighting Westerner
(1935) B&W 66 Minutes Not Rated
Randolph Scott, Ann Sheridan, Charles Sale
A mining engineer hired to investigate a family mine for a possible radium strike ends up partnered with an old sheriff’s deputy to solve a rash of murders.

Forbidden Trails
(1941) B&W 60 Minutes Not Rated
Buck Jones, Tim McCoy, Raymond Hatton
In this “Rough Riders” feature, our trio of heroes once again poses as strangers in the hopes they can stop a crooked freight line owner who is pressuring a mine owner into using his line to transport his ore.

Frontier Town
(1938) B&W 58 Minutes Not Rated
Tex Ritter, Ann Evers, Snub Pollard
A rodeo rider winning all the events has the promoter in an uproar since the rodeo is a front for his counterfeiting operation.

Fugitive Valley
(1941) B&W 61 Minutes Not Rated
Ray “Crash” Corrigan, John “Dusty” King, Max Terhune
When “The Whip’s” outlaws begin to rob and harass a town, it’s up to the “Range Busters” to track them down and bring them to justice.

The Gambling Terror
(1937) B&W 53 Minutes Not Rated
Johnny Mack Brown, Iris Meredith, Charlie King
The operator of a traveling gambling operation is asked by his friend, the town sheriff, to aid in the investigation of a recent rash of violence acts associated with a protection racket.

Ghost Patrol
(1936) B&W 56 Minutes Not Rated
Tim McCoy, Claudia Dell, Walter Miller
A Federal agent goes undercover to investigate a series of mail plane crashes that have baffled the authorities.

Ghost Town Law
(1942) B&W 60 Minutes Not Rated
Buck Jones, Tim McCoy, Raymond Hatton
The Rough Riders are called in to track down a gang of outlaws who are using an old mine in a ghost town as their hideout and have killed two U.S. Marshals during their reign of terror.

Git Along Little Doggies
(1937) B&W 54 Minutes Not Rated
Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Judith Allen
A war is brewing between the cattle ranchers and the oilmen in this tale featuring everyone’s favorite singing cowboy Gene Autry.

Hands Across the Border
(1944) B&W 70 Minutes Not Rated
Roy Rogers, Ruth Terry, Duncan Renaldo
Two horse ranchers are vying for a valuable Army contract to provide horses for the cavalry.

Harmony Trail
(1944) B&W 55 Minutes Not Rated
Ken Maynard, Max Terhune, Glenn Strange
Lawmen investigating a bank robbery, where the blame for the crime has fallen upon a rancher, suspect a traveling medicine show to house the real bank robbers.

Honor of the Range
(1934) B&W 62 Minutes Not Rated
Ken Maynard, Cecilia Parker, Fred Kohler
Sheriff Ken and his twin brother Clem must partner together to clear Ken’s name after Clem’s bungling causes Ken to be framed for a theft and jailed for the crime.

King of the Cowboys
(1943) B&W 54 Minutes Not Rated
Roy Rogers, Smiley Burnette, Bob Nolan
Our hero Roy is hired by the Governor to track some saboteurs who are using a traveling show as a cover for their illegal activities.

Law Men
(1944) B&W 54 Minutes Not Rated
Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, Jan Wiley
Two U.S. Marshals are sent to stop a gang responsible for robbing stages and banks as well as uncover the identity of the gang’s leader.

Law of Vengeance
(1933) B&W 70 Minutes Not Rated
Randolph Scott, Esther Ralston, Barton MacLane, Jack La Rue
After the Civil War, a Kentucky family moves west for a fresh start but finds their rivals from back home have followed them to continue their bitter feud.

Lightnin’ Bill Carson
(1936) B&W 71 Minutes Not Rated
Tim McCoy, Lois January, Rex Lease
The marshal of Blue Gap steps down from his post in order to take to the road to track down two outlaws he had previously driven out of town.

Man of the Forest
(1933) B&W 58 Minutes Not Rated
Randolph Scott, Harry Carey, Noah Beery
This Western, based upon a Zane Grey novel, has our hero uncovering a plot to kidnap the daughter of a wealthy landowner in order for the kidnapper to gain control of his land.

‘Neath the Arizona Skies
(1934) B&W 53 Minutes Not Rated
John Wayne, George “Gabby” Hayes, Sheila Terry
Chris Morrell is the guardian of a little Native American girl, who’s the heir to a $50,000 oil claim, and he must track down her long-lost father in order for her to receive the claim.

Oh Susanna!
(1936) B&W 54 Minutes Not Rated
Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Francis Grant
While fleeing from the authorities, a wanted criminal knocks out our hero Gene Autry, switches clothes with him and assumes his identity.

The Old Corral
(1936) B&W 54 Minutes Not Rated
Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, Hope Manning
Sheriff Gene Autry is determined to protect a young Chicago nightclub singer who is hiding from gangsters after witnessing a mob hit.

The Range Busters
(1940) B&W 51 Minutes Not Rated
Ray “Crash” Corrigan, John “Dusty” King, Max “Alibi” Terhune
The Range Busters are asked by a ranch owner to stop a deadly gang lead by The Phantom, a mysterious figure who has been terrorizing the land and has killed some ranch hands.

The Ranger and the Lady
(1940) B&W 54 Minutes Not Rated
Roy Rogers, George “Gabby” Hayes, Jacqueline Wells
Roy Colt (Rogers) is a Captain in the Texas Rangers and he finds himself coming to the aid of a female owner of a freight service using the Santa Fe Trail.

Riders of Destiny
(1933) B&W 53 Minutes Not Rated
John Wayne, George “Gabby” Hayes, Cecilia Parker
An undercover government agent comes to town to investigate a water supply problem with the local farmers.

Riders of the West
(1942) B&W 52 Minutes Not Rated
Buck Jones, Tim McCoy, Raymond Hatton
The Rough Riders arrive at Red Bluff at the request of Ma Turner to take on a gang of cattle rustlers in this latest epic featuring Buck Jones, Tim McCoy and Raymond Hatton.

Roarin’ Guns
(1936) B&W 68 Minutes Not Rated
Tim McCoy, Rosalinda Price, Wheeler Oakman
A Cattleman’s Association agent is assigned to investigate a range war between a group of settlers and a cattle baron.

Rock River Renegades
(1942) B&W 57 Minutes Not Rated
Ray “Crash” Corrigan, John “Dusty” King, Max “Alibi” Terhune
When lawlessness strikes a small Western town, the marshal calls upon the “Range Busters” to help in stopping the gang responsible for the trouble.

Six Shootin’ Sheriff
(1938) B&W 59 Minutes Not Rated
Ken Maynard, Marjory Reynolds, Lafe McKee
A man falsely accused of murder hides out in a small Western town hoping to avoid the law but a new arrival in town threatens to expose his true identity.

South of Santa Fe
(1942) B&W 53 Minutes Not Rated
Roy Rogers, George “Gabby” Hayes, Linda Hayes
Roy must stop the kidnapping of three prominent businessmen, investing a mining operation for potential investment, in order to preserve the hopes of reviving the nearby town.

Take Me Back to Oklahoma
(1940) B&W 65 Minutes Not Rated
Tex Ritter, Bob Wills, Lloyd Andrews
Tex looks to help the female owner of a stage line who finds her business under attack by a rival owner that is using sabotage to drive her out of business.

Texas Trouble Shooters
(1942) B&W 56 Minutes Not Rated
Ray ‘Crash’ Corrigan, John ‘Dusty’ King, Max ‘Alibi’ Terhune
The Range Busters arrive in town to solve a ranch owner’s murder and stop a swindler from getting his hands on the oil-rich ranch.

Thunder River Feud
(1942) B&W 56 Minutes Not Rated
Ray “Crash” Corrigan, John “Dusty” King, Max “Alibi” Terhune
Our heroes, The Range Busters, end up helping a pretty ranch owner whose land is being targeted by an unscrupulous businessman.

Trouble in Texas
(1937) B&W 62 Minutes Not Rated
Tex Ritter, Rita Hayworth, Yakima Canutt
Tex joins the rodeo circuit to track down the men responsible for murdering his brother during a rodeo.

Wagon Wheels
(1934) B&W 60 Minutes Not Rated
Randolph Scott, Gail Patrick, Monte Blue
A wagon train traveling from Missouri to Oregon is beset upon by outlaws and numerous Indian attacks caused by some foreign-based fur traders looking to keep the territory for themselves.

Winds of the Wasteland
(1936) B&W 56 Minutes Not Rated
John Wayne, Phyllis Fraser, Lew Kelly
Two former Pony Express riders buy a stagecoach line in the hopes of turning it into a successful business.