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RIFLEMAN DVD COLLECTION
$64.95

RIFLEMAN DVD COLLECTION. The Complete Collection of the hit TV Series on DVD.

 
WESTERN RIFLEMAN DVD COLLECTION

Title: RIFLEMAN DVD COLLECTION
Description: RIFLEMAN DVD COLLECTION. The Complete Collection of the hit TV Series on DVD.
Genre: Western
Price: $199.99
$64.95
Language: English
   
       
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The Rifleman was a Western television program that ran from 1958–1963 on ABC, a production of Four Star Television. The black-and-white program starred former athlete Chuck Connors as Lucas McCain, a widower, Union veteran of the Civil War (lieutenant in the 19th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment), and a homesteader. McCain and his son Mark (singer Johnny Crawford) lived on a ranch outside the fictitious town of North Fork, New Mexico Territory.

The pilot episode was telecast on CBS on Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theater. Regulars on the program included Marshal Micah Torrance (Paul Fix) (R. G. Armstrong was the original marshall for two episodes, the 1st and the 4th), Sweeney the bartender (Bill Quinn), and a half-dozen other denizens of North Fork (Hope Summers, Joan Taylor, Patricia Blair, John Harmon, and Harlan Warde were regulars). Fifty-one episodes of the series were directed by Joseph H. Lewis, the director of the classic film noir Gun Crazy (1950), which accounts for some of the show's virtuoso noir lighting and dark, brooding quality. Ida Lupino directed one episode, The Assault. Connors wrote several episodes himself. Robert Culp wrote one two part episode.

The February 17, 1959, episode of The Rifleman proved to be a spin-off of an NBC series, Law of the Plainsman starring Michael Ansara in the role of Marshal Sam Buckhart. In the story called "The Indian", Buckhart came to North Fork to look for Indians suspected in the murder of a Texas Ranger and his family.

What an amazing DVD Set for the Rifleman Fan!

All 168 Uncut Episodes - 5 Seasons on 23 DVDS

  • Excellent video and audio quality
  • 100% in chronological order
  • Commercial free and unedited
  • This box set contains all 23 DVDs with Custom Artwork.
  • These DVDs are region free so they will play on any DVD player Worldwide and DVD-Rom, X-Box or PS2 worldwide.

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Rifle man DVD complete series with all episodes and seasons on DVDs

American Western TV Programs Presents The Rifleman

You may have watched several American Western TV programs before and you are looking for another great program to watch. One that you may look into with this type of TV programming option is The Rifleman. This TV program starring Chuck Connors portraying the character of Lucas McCain as well as John Crawford portraying his son Mark McCain was then set in the eighties in North Fork town, New Mexico.

This particular TV program was filmed in a black and white setting and it ran on ABC from September 1958 up to April 1963. This is one great production in Four Star Television. You may as well look into its story series which features a child being raised by a widowed parent. Since the setting was eighties one may find episodes which had those dates marked at that time of the year as well.

Many find Western culture that popular that when The Rifleman was released, producers had to find a variety of ways on how they will be able to make their show unique from each other. The gimmick for the Rifleman show was basically having a modified Winchester Model 1892 rifle which is known for its capability to allow rapid fire shots with just a pull of its trigger. Notwithstanding its displacement in time, Connors was capable of demonstrating the rapid fire action of the rifle itself at the opening credits portion as McCain then was capable of dispatching a villain who cannot be seen on the main streets on North Fork.

Knowing that the rifle actually appears at every episode of this TV program, it hasn’t been always fired because there are certain plots in the story which doesn’t actually need any violent scenes such as pulling the trigger. You may find quite a few episodes where McCain was capable of dispatching bad guys in the story without having to pull the trigger and used it just knock off his opponent down from his horse without having to kill him.

There was one episode where McCain had to spike the barrel of the gun his holding because it will be falling into the hands of his enemy just so it could back fire. He was as well thoroughly acquainted in using a six gun though this wasn’t given that much of attention.