Zane Grey Collection 1

Overview

Jim Lacy (Robert Mitchum), Chito Rafferty (Richard Martin), and Dusty (Guinn "Big Boy" Williams) are three cowpokes working what was then known -- in the 1850's -- as the western Utah Territory. They know cattle, not mining, and they can't help but feel like they're missing out on something amid the influx of prospectors trying to work the Comstock Lode. But then they see most of these claims come to nothing, as the surface gold always seems to run out and leave owners with nothing but useless blue waste -- and ...
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Overview

Jim Lacy (Robert Mitchum), Chito Rafferty (Richard Martin), and Dusty (Guinn "Big Boy" Williams) are three cowpokes working what was then known -- in the 1850's -- as the western Utah Territory. They know cattle, not mining, and they can't help but feel like they're missing out on something amid the influx of prospectors trying to work the Comstock Lode. But then they see most of these claims come to nothing, as the surface gold always seems to run out and leave owners with nothing but useless blue waste -- and the three are prone to count their blessings. But the machinations of a crooked mining company head Cash Burridge (Craig Reynolds) and a shoot-out at a crooked casino leave the trio on the run, and Lacy -- taking the alias "Nevada" -- headed into mining country with both the law and outlaws on his trail. And that's how he crosses paths with the Ides, a prospecting family, and their pretty daughter Hattie ({Nancy Gates), and also with saloon singer Julie Dexter (Anne Jeffreys), who's close to Burridge but starts to like Nevada's honesty and sincerity. Burridge knows the truth about that "useless" blue slag -- it's some of the richest silver ore ever assayed in the United States -- and plans to swindle his neighbors to get control of the Comstock Lode; and Julie cares enough about Burridge that she's ready to go along, up to the point where it involves murder, especially when Burridge's cover-up of his crime may end up with Nevada at the end of a rope.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/7/2006
  • UPC: 012236186830
  • Rating:

  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Subtitled / B&W / Full Frame
  • Time: 4:26:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 52,665

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Zane Grey Collection, Vol. 1: Wagon Wheels
1. Main Titles/Off to Oregon [15:06]
2. Last Chance [15:24]
3. Four Years Old [15:30]
4. It's Over/End Credits [10:20]
Disc #2 -- Zane Grey Collection, Vol. 1: West of the Pecos
1. Main Titles/Exercise [14:35]
2. A Sense of Direction [22:41]
3. A Quitter [12:40]
4. Tradition/End Credits [16:01]
Disc #3 -- Zane Grey Collection, Vol. 1: Nevada
1. Main Titles/Nevada [13:22]
2. Robbery [16:34]
3. Ran Away [16:42]
4. Silver/End Credits [15:04]
Disc #4 -- Zane Grey Collection, Vol. 1: Fighting Caravans
1. Main Titles/Laws [20:54]
2. I Will Not Go [24:52]
3. Being Followed [17:04]
4. A Fit Husband/End Credits [17:55]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Zane Grey Collection, Vol. 1: Wagon Wheels
   Play
   Scene Selection
   True Stories of Zane Grey
      Outdoor Adventures With an Introduction by Loren Grey
      Fisherman's Pluck
      An American Legend
Disc #2 -- Zane Grey Collection, Vol. 1: West of the Pecos
   Play
   Scene Selection
   True Stories of Zane Grey
      Outdoor Adventures With an Introduction by Zane Grey
      Fisherman's Pluck
      An American Legend
Disc #3 -- Zane Grey Collection, Vol. 1: Nevada
   Play
   Scene Selection
   True Stories of Zane Grey
      Outdoor Adventures With an Introduction By Loren Grey
      Fisherman's Pluck
      An American Legend
Disc #4 -- Zane Grey Collection, Vol. 1: Fighting Caravans
   Play
   Scene Selection
   The Stories of Zane Grey
      Outdoor Adventures With An Introduction by Loren Grey
      Fisherman's Pluck
      An American Legend
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