DVD Reviews


DVD-review -CRITERION-AND-MR-FORD “I knew Wyatt Earp...I was an assistant prop boy then...and he told me about the fight at the O.K. Corral.”

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The Touch Of Roy and Dale, Vol. Ii

The touch-of-Roy-and-Dale-RogersLike Volume I, The Touch of Roy and Dale is a collection of letters, photographs and anecdotes from people whose lives were touched by Roy Rogers and Dale Evans.

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monogram-cowboy-collection.jpg(Warner Archive, $40.99) This collection of seven Johnny Mack Brown “Nevada Jack McKenzie” adventures, plus a bonus pair, demonstrates why Brown, with his rich voice and relaxed manner, was very much a movie star. Even when one of these quickies falters, Brown and sidekick Raymond Hatton never do.

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Drum Beat

Drum-BeatThe Warner Archive release of Delmer Daves’s 1954 Drum Beat is cause for celebration.

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Westerns Directed by Gordon Douglas

WESTERNS-DIRECTED-BY-GORDON-DOUGLASDoolins of Oklahoma (Columbia, 1949): The first of Douglas’s two movies with Randolph Scott is an okay attempt to tell the true story of ex-gunslinger Bill Doolin trying to go straight.

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Product of the Month

The Illustrated Life and Times of Wyatt Earp

Wyatt Earp

"Your book is fascinating, coupling your powerful illustrations [and] tracking...from birth to Tombstone to the legend [Wyatt] had become;...even Wyatt would approve." --By Hugh O'Brian, of the TV series The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp

"Hands down the definitive books on Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday." --By Allen Barra, New York Newsday