The great American Western. Volume 12 [videorecording].
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Summary:Four classic tales of the old West, the Cavalry, renegade soldiers and the Apaches struggle for possession of the Gatling gun, a gun that changed history. Savage Guns: law of the west. The sundowners: range war. The buswhackers: the after effects of the Civil War lawlessness.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Circulation Modifier||Age Hold Protection||Active/Create Date||Status||Due Date|
|Lake County Main Library - Lakeview||DVD GRE (Text)||37620000831117||DVD||DVD||None||04/30/2007||Available||-|
|Lake County Main Library - Lakeview||DVD GREAT 12 (Text)||37620000827750||DVD||DVD||None||10/16/2007||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 1 videodisc (approximately 332 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: La. Cross, Wis. : Platinum Disc Corp., 2004.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Savage guns (ca. 86 min.) -- The Sundowners (ca. 83 min.) -- The Gatling gun (ca. 93 min.) -- The Bushwhackers (ca. 70 min.).
|Participant or Performer Note:||
Savage guns: Robert Wood, Dean Stratfor, Dennis Colt and Custer Gail.
The sundowners: Robert Preston, Robert Sterling, Chill Wills, John Litel and Cathy Downs.
The gatling gun: Guy Stockwell, Woody Strode, Patrick Wayne and John Caradine.
The Bushwhackers: John Ireland, Wayne Morris, lawrence Tierney, Dorothy Malone and Lon Chaney, Jr.
Four classic tales of the old West, the Cavalry, renegade soldiers and the Apaches struggle for possession of the Gatling gun, a gun that changed history. Savage Guns: law of the west. The sundowners: range war. The buswhackers: the after effects of the Civil War lawlessness.
Savage guns: When a tavern owner double-crosses the wrong man, he and his posse get revenge by shooting up the bar and then burning it down.
Sundowners: A pair of rancher brothers are constantly at odds due to their different methods of ranching-one being legal and the other illegal.
The Gatling gun :Carradine, is a fantastic, whimsical, yet fitional tale of how the Gatling gun was introduced to the west, and how the final frontier was forever changed by it.
The Bushwhackers: Scarred by the death and destruction of the Civil War, a former soldier takes a vow of non-violence, wanting to live the rest of his life in peace.
|Target Audience Note:||
Savage Guns: MPAA rating: PG 13.
The Sundowners: Rated for all; suitable for all audiences.
The Gatling gun: Rated for all; suitable for all audiences.
The Bushwhackers: Rated for all; suitable for all audiences.
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