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Errol Flynn : the Warner Bros. Western collection.

Author: Errol FlynnAlexis SmithS Z SakallJames R WebbBorden ChaseAll authors
Publisher: [London] : Warner Bros. Entertainment : Turner Entertainment : Distributed by Warner Bros., [2008]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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Montana: Lane is an Australian transplant looking to buy grazing land. But the cattle-raising locals won't sell to interlopers, especially one they consider the most contemptible excuse for a human being ever to cross the Great Plains: a sheep rancher. A flame-haried beauty has her eye on the newcomer, until she learns his occupation.
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Western films
Action and adventure films
Fiction films
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Errol Flynn; Alexis Smith; S Z Sakall; James R Webb; Borden Chase; Charles O'Neal; William Jacobs; Ray Enright; Ernest Haycox; Milo Anderson; Patrice Wymore; Scott Forbes; Winston Miller; William Keighley; Max Steiner; Victor Francen; Alan Le May; W R Burnett; Robert Buckner; David Butler; Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1967); First National Pictures, Inc.; Warner Bros. Entertainment.; Turner Entertainment.; Warner Home Video (Firm)
OCLC Number: 518757134
Language Note: Soundtrack in English, with optional subtitles in English ; Close-captioned.
Notes: Title from container.
Montana, Rocky Mountain and San Antonio originally released as motion pictures in 1950, 1950 and 1945 respectively.
Credits: Montana: Director of photography, Karl Freund ; editor, Frederick Richards ; story, Ernest Haycox ; music, David Buttolph ; costume designer, Milo Anderson -- Rocky Mountain: Director of photography, Ted McCord ; editor, Rudi Fehr ; music, Max Steiner ; costume designer, Marjorie Best -- San Antonio: Director of photography, Bert Glennon ; editor, Irene Morra ; music, Max Steiner ; costume designer, Milo Anderson.
Cast: Montana: Errol Flynn, Alexis Smith, S.Z. "Cuddles" Sakall.
Rocky Mountain: Errol Flynn, Patrice Wymore, Scott Forbes.
San Antonio: Errol Flynn, Alexis Smith, S.Z. "Cuddles" Sakall, Victor Francen.
Description: 3 videodiscs (ca. 257 min.) : sd., col., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; Region 2; Dolby digital mono.; Full-screen presentation: 1.33:1; Dual-layer.
Contents: Montana (col. ; 73 min.) / Warner Bros. Pictures ; screen play by James R. Webb and Borden Chase, Charles O'Neal ; produced by William Jacobs ; directed by Ray Enright. Rocky Mountain (b&w ; 80 min.) / Warner Bros. Pictures ; screen play by Winston Miller and Alan Lemay ; produced by William Jacobs ; directed by William Keighley. San Antonio (col. ; 104 min.) / Warner Bros. Pictures Inc. ; Warner Bros.-First National Picture ; original screenplay by Alan LeMay and W.R. Burnett ; ; produced by Robert Buckner ; directed by David Butler.
Other Titles: Montana (Motion picture : 1950)
Rocky Mountain (Motion picture : 1950)
San Antonio (Motion picture : 1945)

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Montana: Lane is an Australian transplant looking to buy grazing land. But the cattle-raising locals won't sell to interlopers, especially one they consider the most contemptible excuse for a human being ever to cross the Great Plains: a sheep rancher. A flame-haried beauty has her eye on the newcomer, until she learns his occupation.

Rocky Mountain: In 1865, Robert E. Lee, in a last-ditch bid to turn the tide of the Civil War, wants the West. Lafe Barstow's task is to get it. He leads a band of Confederates to California to enlist insurrectionists. But another war comes to a head in the West. Marauding Shoshones may prove to be an even fiercer foe than the Union Army.

San Antonio: Rustlers have taken Clay Hardin's cattle and have holed up in San Antonio. So Clay does what any cowboy in his position would do: strap on his sidearm, ride into town and settle the score.

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