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Great American Western, Vol. 29

Great American Western, Vol. 29

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Director: John English, Sam Newfield, William Witney

Cast: Larry "Buster" Crabbe


Product Details

Release Date:
Echo Bridge
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Special Features

Interactive menus; Scene index; Digitally mastered; Digitally enhanced audio 5.1

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Larry "Buster" Crabbe Billy Carson
Roy Rogers Himself
Tex Ritter Tex Malinson
Ethelind Terry Jean
Frances Gladwin Linda
George "Gabby" Hayes Gabby Whitaker
John Elliott Actor
Dale Evans Connie Edwards
Edward Cassidy Jed
Robert E. Hill Actor
Sid Saylor Grass Hopper (Claude)
Carol Hughes Jan Holloway
Charles King Actor
I. Stanford Jolley Steve
William Faversham Prof. McGill
Eleanor Stewart Marge Workman
George Meeker Steve McClory
Ted Mapes Actor

Technical Credits
John English Director
Sam Newfield Director
William Witney Director

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Great American Western, Vol. 29
1. Misfit Cattle [7:51]
2. Connie Edwards [9:57]
3. Breaking News [8:15]
4. Come and Get It [8:55]
5. Talbot's Pocket Watch [10:48]
6. Fixed 'Em Good [7:27]
7. Cattle Auction [10:58]
8. Stand-Off [8:16]
1. Red River Express [7:14]
2. Guilty Conscience [6:27]
3. Quiet and Peaceful Man [7:56]
4. The Big Stuff [7:14]
5. Fool's Trick [5:10]
6. Iron Washers [8:09]
7. Out on a Limb [6:07]
8. Just in Time, Fuzzy [9:13]
1. Extra Boots [7:18]
2. Take Root [6:09]
3. Final Bid [7:10]
4. Public Service [6:53]
5. Organized Outlaw [8:44]
6. Short-Handed [6:09]
7. Hot Potato [7:54]
8. Hidden Treasure [7:12]
1. Travellin' on the Prairie [9:13]
2. Big Night [9:55]
3. Billie's Hideout [11:35]
4. Reach for the Sky [11:03]

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Great American Western, Vol. 29 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was disappointed that only 1 movie had Roy Rogers.  The 1st movie - Home in Oaklahoma was very good; the 2nd and 3rd movies were boring to me.  The 4th movie with Tex Ritter was just okay.  Considering these movies are about 75 years old  and even with the Digital remastering they had a hard time with some wash-out of the faces occasionally.