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Slowest Gun In
				 The West

The Slowest Gun in the West (1960) (TV)
Starring Phil Silvers And Jack Benny
The town of Primrose, Arizona is beset by outlaws, so the towns people hire Fletcher Bissell III (aka The Silver Dollar Kid) as their new sheriff. Fletcher is so cowardly the townsfolk are sure that the local outlaws will be too proud to gun him down. This proves to be the case, and the outlaws hire their own cowardly gunfighter, Chicken Farnsworth, to go up against The Silver Dollar Kid. Directed by Herschel Daugherty Writing credits Nat Hiken. Also starrring:Bruce Cabot,Ted De Corsia, Jack Elam, Jean Willes &Parley; Baer

Originally Released in: 1948 Number of Discs: 1 Run Time: 62 minutes Black &White Region 0 encoding; Can be played worldwide, NTSC-format.

The Slowest Gun In The West ITEM#: VCI-7265

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Finally, one of the most beloved series from television s Golden Age comes to DVD for the first time ever! Join the Cleavers, America s quintessential family, in all 39 digitally remastered, unforgettable episodes from the complete first season of Leave it to Beaver! Theodore Beaver Cleaver (Jerry Mathers) can t seem to avoid trouble, and his older brother Wally (Tony Dow), and mischievous pal Eddie Haskell (Ken Osmond), aren t any help. But with some wise advice from his father Ward (Hugh Beaumont) and mom s (Barbara Billingsley) home-cooked meals, Beaver learns that all s well that ends well. Complete with the original pilot, brought out of the studio archives, this must-have DVD collection will have you declaring, Gee, that Beaver sure is a swell guy!

P roduct Details Actors: Madge Blake, Tiger Fafara, Diane Brewster, Howard McNear, Bobby Mittelstaedt Directors: Hugh Beaumont, James Neilson, Charles F. Haas, Anton Leader, Bretaigne Windust Format: Box set, Black & White, Closed-captioned, Dolby, DVD-Video, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC Language: English Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.) Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1 Number of discs: 3 Rating Studio: Universal Studios DVD Release Date: November 22, 2005 Run Time: 1040 minute



Clearance Price:$29.99 EACH VOLUME S & H INCLUDED! (only 1 left!)

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My Little MargieTrouble With Father

ITEM#: DPT0602




My Little Margie
Margie (Gale Storm) is a 21 year old girl who lives with her father in a Fifth Avenue apartment. Her father (Charles Farrell) thinks he's some kind of swinger, while Margie tries to get him to be conservative .Margie always manages to get her father into some kind of trouble along the way. Here's three zany madcap shows from this early comedy sitcom.

VERN'S WINTER VACATION (1952) Faking amnesia, Margie tricks her dad into taking her to Palm Beach to meet Freddie. However, her Dad overhears her talking and decides to turn the tables on her. Margie's typical antics lead to an embarrassing and hilarious laugh fest!

INSURANCE (1953) A lucky stroke allows Dad to save the company over $60,000.Margie reads the newspaper and discovers the stock market crashed. Not knowing her father had sold his stock before, and fearing he was having a nervous breakdown because he was broke, she puts the apartment up for rent. The scene turns into a real mess with side-splitting laughter and fun!
CASE OF THE HELPING HAND (1953) Mr. Honeywell hires a new man for the Dallas office, but lets Margie's Dad believe the new hire is replacing him. Margie gets wind of it and also believes Dad is losing his job. Margie hatches a plan to make the new employee lose Mr. Honeywell's confidence. As usual it blows up in her face, and Margie finds herself in one of those classic crises that early TV viewers grew to love!

Stu Erwin portrayed a mild mannered high school principal, and June Collyer played his wife in this TV comedy series which often had celebrity guest stars. Stu and his family get into hilarious hi-jinks in each show over incidents that start out as simple mistakes. Included are three top episodes, one with a rare cameo appearance by James Dean. Get ready to laugh and have a great time!
JACKIE KNOWS ALL (1952) Special guest star, James Dean. Harold convinces Jackie to buy a "mind reading" book, but Jackie discovers it¹s bogus. Together they cook up a scheme to make everyone think she is clairvoyant. Meanwhile, Mr. Parson is trying to buy some land from Stu. A new airport is to be built there and Stu hatches a plan to get top dollar for the property. The end result is a belly laugh. Catch James Dean and teen Martin Milner talking in this one.
PEARL NECKLACE (1953) It's the anniversary of the Erwins' engagement. At the jewelers Stu meets an old friend who is buying a $1,500 pearl necklace for his mother-in-law. Doing him a favor, Stu takes it home along with the simulated pearls he'd bought for June and hides it. When June sneaks a peek she finds the expensive necklace, not the pearls Stu had purchased. Not wanting to disappoint her, Stu goes along with it. But chaos erupts when he tries to make the switch without the ladies finding out!
THE BIG BUSINESS (1954) Stu gets a $1,000 bonus check from the school board .The news travels fast, soon everyone knows about it and Mr. Johnson convinces Stu to buy some property. Stu then finds out the tenant is six months behind on the rent, and he's stuck with a dress shop. Having no clue, he starts a price war with the dress shop across the street, but loses money. June and Mr. Johnson find out, and come to the rescue - or so it seems.



Roy Rogers

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Roy Rogers Classics Collection
4 Movies in a DVD Box Set
Starring: Roy Rogers Packaged in a beautiful black-lacquered wooden storage case, this DVD collection includes the movies "Bad Man Of Deadwood," "King Of The Cowboys," "The Yellow Rose Of Texas" and "Young Buffalo Bill."
Bad Man Of Deadwood Sharpshooter Roy Rogers and Gabby Hayes are part of a traveling medicine show that pulls into the town of Deadwood. There they clash with the Ripper's Gang who run the town by controlling the law officials and killing off any business competition. Roy and his pals join rival gang, the Laramies, in an effort to clean up Deadwood. When Gabby's inheritance money is robbed, Roy must uncover the evidence that will bring the Rippers to justice. With more shoot-outs than a cactus has thorns and great western musical numbers, Starring: Roy Rogers &Gabby Hayes Directed by: Joseph Kane Cinematography by: William NoblesRun Time: 53 minutes Number of Discs: 1 Originally Released in 1941 Black &White
Robin Hood Of The PecosA small town in post-Civil War Texas is swarmed by politicians and corrupt carpetbaggers seeking control through martial law. Vance Corgin (Roy Rogers) and Gabby Hornaday (Gabby Hayes) swear their allegiance to the Union in exchange for amnesty. When they are framed for murder by a power-hungry bureaucrat, Ballard (Cy Kendall), the former rebels must fight for their survival. Veteran director Joseph Kane employs an excellent supporting cast including accomplished actress Marjorie Reynolds, western leading lady Sally Payne and Leigh Whipper ("Of Mice And Men"). Starring: Roy Rogers &Gabby Hayes Original story by: Hal Long Directed by: Joseph KaneRun Time: 54 minutes Number of Discs: 1 Originally Released in 1941 Black &White
The Yellow Rose Of Texas Sam Weston is framed for stealing a company payroll. Breaking out of jail, he returns to The Yellow Rose of Texas showboat to clear his name. Weston and his daughter Betty (Dale Evans) enlist Roy Rogers to help prove his innocence. Roy Rogers and Trigger get top billing in this thrilling who-dunnit, which combines all the action best loved in Roy's adventures, with the magic of showboat performance and entertainment. It's also one of the earlier examples of the on-screen chemistry between Roy and Dale, and features a duet on the classic title song. Music includes "Down Mexico Way" (featuring Janet Martin), "Show Boat," "Take It Easy," and "Down In The Old Town Hall." Associate Producer Harry Grey Starring: Roy Rogers &Dale Evans Directed by: Joseph Kane Screenplay by: Jack Townley. Run Time: 56 minutes Number of Discs: 1 Originally Released in 1944 Black & White
Young Buffalo Bill Thieves have their eyes on a valuable mine in Old New Mexico. To get their hands on the mine, they must alter the boundaries of a nearby ranch, owned by Don Regas. Indians are sent to ambush Regas and steal his land grant. A thrilling confrontation erupts into a full-scale shoot-out, Buffalo Bill and the U.S. Cavalry must come to the rescue. Roy Rogers and Gabby Hayes team up in this exciting western adventure, directed by Joseph Kane for Republic Pictures. Sweeping horse chases, shoot-outs and frontier drama provide top-flight entertainment. Roy is gallant as the young Cody, singing and capturing the heart of heroine Tonia Regas (Pauline Moore) in this classic film from the Golden Age of Westerns! Starring: Roy Rogers &Gabby Hayes Directed by: Joseph Kane Screenplay by: Harrison Jacobs, Robert Yost &Gerry Geraghty Run Time: 53 minutes Number of Discs: 1 Originally Released in 1940 Black &White Number of Discs: 4 No region encoding; For global distribution.