DVD Reviews

The Last of the Mohicans

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Strangely, the Blu-ray package of Michael Mann’s The Last of the Mohicans does not have the isolated musical track that accompanied the 2001 DVD package. (Fans really dug Trevor Jones’s and Randy Edelman’s split score.)

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Streets of Laredo/Dead Man's Walk

(RHI; $14.93 each)

Both the prequel and the sequel to CBS’s Emmy award-winning Lonesome Dove miniseries are now available in two-disc DVD packages.

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The Magnificent Seven

 (MGM; $69.98)

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The Treasure of the Sierra Madre

(Warner Home Video; $24.98)

In October, Warner Brothers is launching its Humphrey Bogart collection ($99.98) that will box up 42 of Bogart’s choicest pictures on 12 discs, together with a bonus 13th disc that features a documentary on the studio.

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Jonah Hex

(Warner Home Video; $35.99)

Jonah Hex, the 2010 movie, was a disaster at the box office.

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True Westerners

Cord McCoy

Cord McCoy

Riding a bull requires practice, practice practice! Hard to hit a 90 mph fast bal...

Dark Starr

Dark Starr

One hundred years ago this month, Henry Starr set out to make history. The caree...

One Man’s Dream

One Man’s Dream

When she was a seventh grader, Lori White knew Kenneth “Dobby” Lee as her school...

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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

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