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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Buck Taylor; Burt Lancaster; Chris Cooper; Estelle Parsons; Geoffrey Lewis; Daniel Baldwin; Kari Skogland; Joseph Manduke; Anne Wheeler; Robert Totten; Daniel Petrie; Giulio Petroni; Frank Kramer; Peter Werner; Earl Bellamy; Richard Thorpe; William D Wittliff; Echo Bridge Home Entertainment.
|Performer(s):||Nothing too good for a cowboy. Chad Willett, Ted Atherton, Falconer Abraham, Zachary Bennett, Mairon Bennett, Ryan Gosling, Dan MacDonald, Jonathan Whitaker, Sarah Chalke.
Kid Vengeance. Lee Van Cleef, Jim Brown, John Marley, Glynnis O'Connor.
Cowboys don't cry. Ron White, Janet-Laine Green, Zachary Ansley, Rebecca Jenkins, Thomas Peacocke, Thomas Hauff, Joshua Ansley, Candace Ratcliffe, Michael Hogan.
Pony Express rider. Stewart Petersen, Henry Wilcoxon, Buck Taylor, Maureen McCormick, Ken Curtis, Joan Caulfield, Slim Pickens, Dub Taylor, Ace Reid, Jack Elam.
The gun and the pulpit. Marjoe Gortner, Pamela Sue Martin, Estelle Parsons, Slim Pickens.
Death rides a horse. Lee Van Cleef, John Phillip Law, Luigi Pistilli, Anthony Dawson, Jose Torres.
God's gun. Lee Van Cleef, Jack Palance, Richard Boone, Sybil Danning, Leif Garrett.
Ned Blessing. Daniel Baldwin, Luis Avalos, Chris Cooper, Sean Baca, Taylor Fry, Julia Campbell, Rene Auberjonois, Tim Scott, Bob Gunton, Miguel Sandoval, Jeff Kober.
Against a crooked sky. Richard Boone, Stewart Petersen, Henry Wilcoxon, Clint Ritchie, Shannon Farnon, Jewel Blanch, Brenda Venus, Geoffrey Land, Gordon Hanson, Vincent St. Cyr, Margaret Willey,
Vengeance Valley. Burt Lancaster, Robert Walker, Joanne Dru, Sally Forrest, John Ireland.
|Target Audience:||Rating: G.|
|Description:||2 videodiscs (926 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Disc 1. Death rides a horse (114 min.) (1967) / director, Giulio Petroni --
The gun and the pulpit (74 min.) (TV 1974) / director, Daniel Petrie --
Kid Vengeance (90 min.) (1977) / director, Joe Manduke --
God's gun (94 min.) (1977) / director, Frank Kramer --
Ned Blessing (94 min.) (TV 1992) / writer, Bill Wittliff ; director, Peter Werner. Disc 2. Vengeance Valley (82 min.) (1951) / director, Richard Thorpe --
Nothing too good for a cowboy (92 min.) (TV 1998) / writers, David Barlow, Charles Lazer ; director, Kari Skogland --
Cowboys don't cry (103 min.) (1988) / writer/director, Anne Wheeler --
Against a crooked sky (87 min.) (1975) / writers, Douglas Stewart, Eleanor Lamb ; director, Earl Bellamy --
Pony Express rider (96 min.) (1976) / writers, Dan Greer, Hal Harrison Jr., Robert Totten ; director, Robert Totten.
The gun and the pulpit: A quick-witted gunslinger flees his own hanging and poses as a traveling preacher is discovered dead int the desert.
Kid Vengeance: Distraught by the murder of his parents and the kidnapping of his sister, a teenaged boy enlists the help of a gunslinger to seek revenge.
God's gun: When one of a pair of twin brothers is viciously gunned down, a gang is given free reign until the surviving brother takes justice into his own hands.
Ned Blessing: a haggard cowboy reflects upon his life while awaiting his death.
Vengeance Valley: This Westernized depiction of "Cain and Abel" is the gripping story of the complicated and volatile relationship between brothers.
Nothing too good for a cowboy: A group of young adults struggle to run the biggest cattle ranch in the world amidst World War II.
Cowboys don't cry: A father and son struggle to make ends meet on the rodeo circuit.
Against a crooked sky: A young boy journeys into a harsh, unforgiving land to save his kidnapped sister.
Pony Express rider: A young man joins the Pony Express mail service to track his father's killer.