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"Once Upon a Texas Train": Captain Hayes of the mighty law enforcement squad named the Texas Rangers reached the pinnacle of his career when he captured the notorious John Henry, an outlaw cowboy, and put him behind bars. Twenty years later, upon his release, Henry is older but unrepentant. Within six hours after leaving his jail cell, he evens the score with Hayes by holding up the Bank of Texas for $20,000 in gold. "The Decoy": After his in-laws are brutally murdered, Deputy John Cooper is ordered to escort the accused, his life-long mute friend, Martin Lowery, to be hanged. As they make the journey to the gallows, John struggles between his duty as a lawman and the desire to exact revenge on his best friend. "The Desert Trail": When John Scott (John Wayne) is framed for murdering the rodeo paymaster in Rattlesnake Gulch, he and his pal Kansas Charlie (Eddy Chandler) set out for justice. "The Proud and the Damned": Five Confederate veterans - shaped by their experiences in the Civil War - have discovered that their only skills are mercenary. After heading south to ply their trade, they find themselves engaged in a struggle between a military dictator and the people of a small village. "The Dawn Rider": After his father is murdered during a botched robbery of his express office, John Mason (John Wayne) gives chase to the killer thief - whose identity is masked - and gets wounded in the pursuit. "The Over the Hill Gang": A group of retirees who were once Texas Rangers get together to take down a crooked Nevada mayor and his cronies. But when the quartet realizes they aren't exactly the fastest guns in the West anymore, they're forced to use their brains rather than brawn to outwit the villains. "The Over the Hill Gang Rides Again": A follow up to the movie, "The Over The Hill Gang", in which the elderly Rangers combat the criminals who attempt to overtake their town. The film includes the addition of Fred Astaire as The Baltimore Kid - a former Ranger who slips into alcoholism. But with the gang's encouragement, he reclaims his status as Waco's marshal and appoints the elderly lawmen his deputies. Together the pack becomes an unstoppable force. "Sitting Bull": General George A. Custer - spurred on by anti-Indian hatred - engages the proud Chief Sitting Bull in the climactic and ill-fated Battle of the Little Big Horn. "Yuma": U.S. Marshal Dave Harmon has been appointed by the Governor to bring order to the Yuma Territory - an area known for running off any lawman who dares to bring the rowdies to heel. "The Gatling Gun": When a small band of cavalry - transporting the newfangled gun to their fort - cross hostile territory, they find themselves in a battle with a tribe of Apache Indians hell-bent on confiscating the weapon.
|Starring:||Chuck Connors, Cesar Romero, Angie Dickinson, Willie Nelson, John Wayne, Walter Brennan, Ricky Nelson, Fred Astaire|
|Studio Name:||Platinum Disc Corp|
|DVD Release Date:||08/30/2011|
|Screen Format:||Full Frame|
|Run Time (in minutes):||803 minutes|
|Audio Tracks:||AC, Digital Sound|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||0.2|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||5.5 x 0.5 x 7.44|
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