Turner Classic Movies' Greatest Films Collection constitutes a series of "themed" packages of features; this particular volume presents four western titles produced over the 11-year period of 1962-1973. It begins in 1970, with genre stalwart Andrew V. McLaglen directing John Wayne in Chisum - a biography of cattle owner John Simpson Chisum (Wayne) and his attempts to counter an evil land baron (Forrest Tucker). The second feature in the set, Sam Peckinpah's low-key Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (1973), stars James Coburn, Kris Kristofferson, Bob Dylan and Jason Robards in the chronicle of real-life sheriff Garrett and his hunt for the notorious outlaw Billy the Kid. The Stalking Moon, a little-known 1968 western from director Robert Mulligan (Summer of '42) concerns an army scout (Gregory Peck) assisting a woman (Eva Marie Saint) and her son in an escape from the Cherokees. Finally, 1962's Ride the High Country, one of Peckinpah's earliest efforts, stars Joel McCrea and Randolph Scott in the tale of two longtime friends guarding a gold shipment.