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George O'Brien Western Collection (1938-1940)

Review Cowboy king George O’Brien rides high in this 3 Disc; 9 Movie Collection of some of his most thrilling RKO oaters; The good-natured; barrel-chested; good-man-in-black delivered justice and box-office gold for RKO Pictures during his reign; only giving up his reins when duty called him back into his nation’s service; This sharpshooting nine-pack includes the contemporary crime/WesternLawless Valley with Kay Sutton; the Chill Wills co-starring Arizona Legion; Trouble in Sundown; Racketeers of the Range; and Timber Stampede; The Fighting Gringo with George O’Brien romancing the lovely Lupita Tovar; finishing up with Bullet Code; Prairie Law; Stage to Chino; a trio of films co-starring the vivacious Virginia Vale; So quit your stallin’ and saddle up – it’s time to ride with George O’Brien!

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George O'Brien 3-Film Collection

Review Tall, rugged and strong, George O’Brien was one of the most popular Western heroes of the 1930s, a consistent Top 10 box-office draw. Riding atop his trusty steed Mike, and armed only with his six-guns and a good-natured grin, the black-clad O’Brien made 16 shoot 'em-ups for RKO and this action-packed collection showcases three of his best. The Marshal of Mesa City (1939): A retired lawman (O’Brien) attempts to clean up a town run by a corrupt sheriff and his gun-crazy gang. Legion of the Lawless (1940): A lawyer (O’Brien) takes on the vigilantes that plan to seize a small town’s land and sell it to the railroad. Triple Justice (1940): A rancher (O’Brien) sets out to clear his name after he’s falsely accused of bank robbery and murder.

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The Monogram Cowboy Collection, Volume Nine: Starring Johnny Mack Brown

Review Cowboy king George O’Brien rides high in this 3 Disc; 9 Movie Collection of some of his most thrilling RKO oaters; The good-natured; barrel-chested; good-man-in-black delivered justice and box-office gold for RKO Pictures during his reign; only giving up his reins when duty called him back into his nation’s service; This sharpshooting nine-pack includes the contemporary crime/WesternLawless Valley with Kay Sutton; the Chill Wills co-starring Arizona Legion; Trouble in Sundown; Racketeers of the Range; and Timber Stampede; The Fighting Gringo with George O’Brien romancing the lovely Lupita Tovar; finishing up with Bullet Code; Prairie Law; Stage to Chino; a trio of films co-starring the vivacious Virginia Vale; So quit your stallin’ and saddle up – it’s time to ride with George O’Brien!

When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.


Wild Bill Elliot Western Collection

Review Tall, rugged and strong, George O’Brien was one of the most popular Western heroes of the 1930s, a consistent Top 10 box-office draw. Riding atop his trusty steed Mike, and armed only with his six-guns and a good-natured grin, the black-clad O’Brien made 16 shoot 'em-ups for RKO and this action-packed collection showcases three of his best. The Marshal of Mesa City (1939): A retired lawman (O’Brien) attempts to clean up a town run by a corrupt sheriff and his gun-crazy gang. Legion of the Lawless (1940): A lawyer (O’Brien) takes on the vigilantes that plan to seize a small town’s land and sell it to the railroad. Triple Justice (1940): A rancher (O’Brien) sets out to clear his name after he’s falsely accused of bank robbery and murder.

When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.



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