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  • Physical Description: 2 videodiscs (682 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Edition: Widescreen.
  • Publisher: Universal City, CA : Universal Studios Home Entertainment, [2015]

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Formatted Contents Note: [Disc 1.] Canyon passage (1946, 92 min.) -- The man from Alamo (1953, 80 min.) -- War arrow (1953, 89 min.) -- The lawless breed (1952, 83 min.) -- [disc 2]. The redhead from Wyoming (1953, 81 min.) -- Seminole (1953, 87 min.) -- Gun for a coward (1956, 89 min.) -- Quantez (1957, 81 min.).
Participant or Performer Note: Canyon passage: Dana Andrews, Brian Donlevy, Susan Hayward.
The man from Alamo: Glenn Ford.
War arrow: Jeff Chandler.
The lawless breed: Rock Hudson.
The redhead from Wyoming: Maureen O'Hara, William Bishop, Alex Nicol.
Seminole: Rock Hudson, Anthony Quinn.
Gun for a coward: Fred MacMurray, Dean Stockwell, Jeffrey Hunter.
Quantez: Fred MacMurray.
Summary, etc.: Canyon passage: A pack-mule express owner escorts a young woman home to a remote Oregon town.
The man from Alamo: During the Texas War of Independence, a survivor of the brutal battle at The Alamo is branded a coward and sets out to clear his name.
War arrow: Major Brady arrives in Indian Territory in hopes of recuriting Seminoles to help stop a Kiwan uprising.
The lawless breed: When famed outlaw John Wesley Hardin is released from prison, he gives an in-depth account of his scandalous life to a lcoal newspaper.
The redhead from Wyoming: A saloon owner is caught between her feelings for a suave promoter and the town's appealing, but less flamboyant, sheriff.
Seminole: As tensions rise between the military and the Native Americans, Officer Caldwell turns to his childhood friend Chief Oscele for help.
Gun for a coward: Ranch herder Will Keough wants nothing more than to tend to his cattle, but finds himself torn between his two younger brothers.
Quantez: A gang of robberts, led by John Coventry, try to escape across the Mexican border and are forced to stave off an Indian attack.
Journey back to the Old West and relive all the gunfights, barroom brawls and romance in these eight classic Westerns.
System Details Note: DVD.
Language Note: In English with optional subtitles in English.
Subject: Frontier and pioneer life > West (U.S.) > Drama.
Cowboys > West (U.S.) > Drama.
Outlaws > West (U.S.) > Drama.
Man-woman relationships > West (U.S.) > Drama.
Genre: Western plays.
Feature films.
Western films.
Film adaptations.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.

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