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Item details

  • Physical Description: 1 videodisc (348 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Publisher: La Crosse, Wis. : Platinum Disc Corp., ©2003.

Contents / Notes

General Note:
Title from container.
"Rated for all -- Suitable for all audiences"--Container.
Tulsa (1949) (96 min.) / directed by Stuart Heisler -- Fair Play (1972) (83 min.) / directed by James A. Sullivan -- Mohawk (1956) (80 min.) / directed by Kurt Neumann -- The young land (1959) (89 min.) / directed by Ted Tetzlaff.
Participant or Performer:
Tulsa: Susan Hayward, Robert Preston, Pedro Armendariz, Chill Willis, Lloyd Gough.
Fair Play: Paul Ford, Terry Wilson, Robert Middleton, Charlie Dell.
Mohawk: Scott Brady, Rita Gam, Nevillle Brand, Lori Nelson, Allison Hayes.
The young land: Dennis Hopper, Patrick Wayne, Dan O'Herlihy, Yvonne Craig.
Summary, etc.:
Tulsa: An ambitious cattleman's daughter who wishes to wreck vengeance on the encroaching oil intertests but becomes a "black gold" mogul herself.
Fair Play: In Fair Play, Texas, a boy goes to visit his uncle whose saloon-hotel is a haven for outlaws.
Mohawk: An 18th century Boston artist, sent to Mohawk Valley to paint landscapes and portraits of Native Americans, becomes embroiled in a way between the Indians and avaricious land baron John Hoyt.
The young land: In 1848 California, an American justice system has to try Californians who are either Mexican in culture and speech and heritage.
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Subject: Western films.
Genre: Western films.

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