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Rediscover some of TV's favorite western heroes in this action packed collection, including The Lone Ranger, The Rifleman, Bat Masterson, The Range Rider, Cisco Kid and many more.Included:1. Adventures of Champion, TheLife in the American Southwest during the 1880's would be a dream come true for a boy like Ricky North (Barry Curtis). Living on his Uncle Sandy's ranch, Ricky had exciting adventures everyday that he shared with Champion, the Wonder Horse and his dog Rebel. This fan-favorite western from the 1950s brought to you these exciting adventures every week right into you home!2. Bat MastersonThis 1950s western featured a non-traditional western hero. Gene Barry starred as Bat Masterson, a gambler and lady's man, who traveled across the West with a bowler instead of a cowboy hat and used a cane for his primary weapon instead of a six-gun. This unorthodox fighting style kept his opponents at bay and him on top of his game in this series based upon the actual story of William Barclay "Bat" Masterson.3. Cisco Kid, TheThis classic western series was the first to be filmed in color, even though the majority of television sets in the country were black and white. The show presented the tales of The Cisco Kid (Duncan Renaldo) and his trusty sidekick Pancho (Leo Carrillo) as they traveled about the West, coming to the aid of those in need of it. One of the most interesting aspects about this program is the fact the main characters were Hispanic and presented in a positive manner, making it unique since most programming on television at the time featured Caucasian performers presenting shows geared toward a Caucasian audience.4. Death Valley DaysThis long-running classic western series featured tales from the area surrounding Death Valley, California. Check out these exciting adventures brought to you through stories narrated by The Old Ranger (Stanley Andrews).5. Lone Ranger, The (TV)This classic radio show was brought to television in the late 1940's and was a favorite of children and adults alike. Starring Clayton Moore as the masked man and Jay Silverheels as the faithful sidekick Tonto. The story concerns a Texas Ranger who was the only survivor of an ambush and is nursed back to health by his friend, Tonto. After his recovery from his injuries, the Ranger decides to dedicate his life to bring justice and peace to the West. Using the benefits from a secret silver mine, the Lone Ranger rides the West on his horse, Silver, and dispenses justice in the form of his trademark, the silver bullet.6. Range Rider, TheThis classic television series from the early 1950s starred Jock Mahoney as The Range Rider, who traveled the west bringing aid and justice to those he encountered. Aiding the Range Rider in his efforts was Dick West (Dickie Jones), the All-American Boy who was a top-notch rider as well as quick on the draw.7. Rifleman, TheChuck Connors portrayed Lucas McCain, New Mexico rancher and the fastest shot around with his Winchester rifle. McCain is a widower raising his son Mark on his own but he aides the local sheriff, with his Winchester, in keeping the peace near the town of North Fork.8. Roy Rogers Show, TheTravel back to those early days of television to the Double R Ranch, where you will find America's favorite singing cowboy Roy Rogers. Re-live the exciting adventures of Roy, his horse Trigger and his faithful dog Bullet, as they work their ranch with the lovely Dale Evans and her horse Buttermilk. Don't forget trusty Pat Brady and his jeep Nellybelle, who were always up for fun and adventure with Roy and Dale.