Saddle up for thrills! When the going gets tough, the tough gets going in the Golden Globe-nominated series, Rawhide, starring Eric Fleming as trail boss Gil Favor and Clint Eastwood in his breakout role as Rowdy Yates. Don t miss the fire and thrills packed into every adventure of this 217 episode, 58-disc set that proves again and again that Rawhide is one of television s most legendary westerns.
Rawhide: Series 1 Box Set (7 Discs)
Head 'em up and move 'em out! Academy Award-winner Clint Eastwood is back in the saddle as ramrod Rowdy Yates in the third action packed series of classic TV Western Rawhide. Hit the Sedalia Trail with Gil Favor (Eric Fleming) Rowdy and their hard-driving gang of drovers as they take on murderous outlaws crooked ranchers and renegade soldiers in this rousing eight-disc DVD set jam-packed with whip-cracking thrills adventure and danger! A collection no true Clint Eastwood fan can afford to miss... Get those doggies rollin'!
Shotgun: Ben Thompson (Guy Prescott) is looking to kill Deputy Marshal Hardin (Sterling Hayden) and his mentor, Fletcher, for putting him in prison.Hellgate: As the Army closes in on renegade Confederates who refuse to abide by Civil War peace agreement, peaceful veterinarian Gil Hanley finds himself caught between these unforgiving combatants.Panhandle: South-of-the-border trading post owner John Sands has a secret past. Once a respected lawman, Sands soon became a gun slinging outlaw.
When Elvis Presley first appeared on screen fans and critics alike called him the next James Dean. Everyone was shocked when 'The King' was actually a credible actor. His films exploited his youth appeal and crammed the running time with Presley music numbers and as time went on the plots became more and more ludicrous the songs less memorable.This was not lost on Presley who was getting more and more bored with his screen assignments. He wanted to do something more challenging a film befitting his early dramatic promise.He found that vehicle in one of his last screen appearances - Charro! This time he played it straight. Clearly influenced by the successful Clint Eastwood by the successful Clint Eastwood/Sergio Leone series this film is gritty and cynical. But most importantly Presley proved once again that he could act. Reviewers at the time were impressed with Presley's performance and in retrospect it makes one wish Presley had more challenging acting opportunities.
In his twenty-ninth movie role Elvis Presley stars as outlaw Jess Wade who tries to break free from the clutches of a notorious gang. His former partners-in-crime seek payback as well as a cannon which everyone seems to want to get their hands on. Elvis sings the title song Charro.
In his twenty-ninth movie role Elvis Presley stars as outlaw Jess Wade who tries to break free from the clutches of a notorious gang. His former partners-in-crime seek payback as well as a cannon which everyone seems to want to get their hands on.
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