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Warner Western Classics Collection (R1) in August - Artwork added

Warner Home Video have announced the Region 1 DVD release of the Warner Home Video Western Classics Collection on 26th August 2008. Celebrating the western genre Warner brings 6 titles – each newly remastered for this release – to DVD.. Priced at $59.92 SRP for the collection or available individually at $12.97 SRP each, the only extras are original trailers.

The films…

Escape from Fort Bravo (1954)
Union officer William Holden contends with Confederate prisoners inside Fort Bravo…and fierce Indians outside. John Sturges (The Great Escape, The Magnificent Seven) directs.

Many Rivers to Cross (1955)
Trapper and resolute bachelor Bushrod Gentry comes to Kentucky, where a marriage-minded lass is waiting. Robert Taylor and Eleanor Parker team in a comedy/adventure.

Cimarron (1960 remake)
Oklahoma is theirs…if they can tame it. Glenn Ford stars in the decades-spanning tale of the famed land rush and of settlers sinking deep roots. Anthony Mann (Winchester ’73) directs this two-time Oscar® winner.

The Law and Jake Wade (1958)
Lawman Robert Taylor is sworn to uphold the law but destined for a showdown with his outlaw past when former partner Richard Widmark resurfaces. Directed by John Sturges.

Saddle the Wind (1958)
Blood for blood; brother against brother. An ex-gunslinger’s attempts to go straight meet a fury of violence ignited by his brother. Robert Taylor stars in Rod Serling’s taut tale.

The Stalking Moon (1968)
A suspenseful manhunt saga. A relentless foe tracks Army scout Gregory Peck as he attempts to lead a woman (Eva Marie Saint) once held captive by Apaches to safety.

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