Virginian, The - Complete Season 1 - DVD

Virginian, The - Complete Season 1 - DVD


10 disks of Western TV at it's best.
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ISBN: DVVIRGS1Format: PAL DVDSeries: The VirginianRated: PGStarring: Bette Davis, Brandon de Wilde, Charles Bronson, James Drury, Lee Marvin, Robert RedfordRunning Time: 2160 minsCountry of Origin: USAYear Published: 1962DVD Region: Region 4 (Aust)Age Group: General Adult
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Equitainment's Comments

I love this show. It ran for nearly 10 years and had many true Hollywood legends guest starring throughout the series.

I do have a couple of questions though? What was The Virginian's name ... I don't remember ever hearing what it was? And how come he only had one shirt? I only one I ever saw him wear was the red one. Surely after all those years of riding on the ranges, he could have splurged and bought another colour!

Jody xxx

Product Overview

The Western was the major genre on television in the late fifties and early sixties. 'Wagon Train', 'Gunsmoke', 'Cheyenne', 'Maverick', 'Rawhide', 'Laramie' and 'Bonanza' were rewarding their sponsors and networks with large audiences.

A revisionist version of Owen Wister's classic 1902 novel of the same name, The Virginian became a cult classic with a huge fan base all over the world. The series centered on a foreman, played by James Drury, who went by the name The Virginian; his real name was never revealed in the nine years the show was on the air. The series took place in Medicine Bow, Wyoming, and revolved around The Virginian's quest to maintain an orderly lifestyle for the ranch he worked on, which was called Shiloh Ranch.
The show attracted a host of first-rate performers, including Bette Davis, Lee Marvin, Charles Bronson, George C. Scott and Brandon De Wilde. It also served as a training ground for up and coming talent such as Robert Redford, Peter Deuel, Leonard Nimoy, Julie Sommars and Kurt Russell.

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