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Stories of the century

Author: Jim DavisMary CastleKristine MillerWilliam WitneyFranklin AdreonAll authors
Publisher: Princeton, NJ : St. Clair Entertainment Group, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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"Matt Clark, Railroad Detective, traveled West every week to get his hands on yet another illustrious criminal: from Jesses James and Doc Holliday to the Dalton Gang, Geronimo and Little Britches. Based on official archives, newspapers and records, "Stories of The Century" brings together the timeless wonder of Classic Hollywood with the curiosity and fascination America has always had with the Wild West"--Container.
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Genre/Form: Drama
Fiction television programs
Television series
Western television programs
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Jim Davis; Mary Castle; Kristine Miller; William Witney; Franklin Adreon; Studio City TV Productions.; St. Clair Vision (Firm)
OCLC Number: 70150738
Notes: Videodisc release of 36 episodes from the 1954 & 1955 television program.
Bonus features: Disc 1: A history of the stagecoach -- Disc 2: Bank robbers of the old West -- Disc 3: A history of the Winchester rifle.
Credits: Directed by William Witney (1954-1955) and Franklin Adreon (1955).
Cast: Jim Davis (Matt Clark), Mary Castle (Frankie Adams), Kristine Miller (Margaret Jones).
Description: 3 videodiscs (15 hr., 44 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD ; Dolby Digital 5.1 virtual surround sound.
Contents: Disc 1. The Wild West. Billy the Kid ; The Dalton gang ; Little Britches ; Cattle Kate ; Johnny Ringo ; Joaquin Murietta ; Chief Crazy Horse ; Henry Plummer ; Clay Allison ; Ben Thompson ; Tom Horn ; Jim Courtright --
Disc 2. Illustrious bandits. Frank and Jesse James ; Doc Holliday ; Black Jack Ketchum ; Belle Starr ; Black Bart ; The Wild Bunch of Wyoming ; Quantrill and his Raiders ; Sam Bass ; The Younger Bros. ; John Wesley Hardin ; Bill Longley ; Rube Burrows --
Disc 3. Famous criminals. Geronimo ; The Doolin Gang ; Jack Slade ; Apache Kid ; Cherokee Bill ; L.H. Musgrove ; Kate Bender ; Tiburico Vasquez ; Harry Tracy ; Tom Bell ; Nate Champion ; Sontag and Evans.
Other Titles: Stories of the century (Television program).
Responsibility: a Studio City Television production ; Studio City TV Productions, Inc.

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"Matt Clark, Railroad Detective, traveled West every week to get his hands on yet another illustrious criminal: from Jesses James and Doc Holliday to the Dalton Gang, Geronimo and Little Britches. Based on official archives, newspapers and records, "Stories of The Century" brings together the timeless wonder of Classic Hollywood with the curiosity and fascination America has always had with the Wild West"--Container.

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