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  • Jan 20, 2015

    mcarole2 Rating:5.0

    This is a great DVD, but I read the book first. The sound is good, and it was very nice to see the book come to life!

  • Jan 13, 2015

    zbiguy  from Mechanicsburg, PA, Rating:5.0

    Great westerns from both ends of Clint's career, at a great price.

  • Jan 20, 2015

    PatS1954 Rating:5.0

    Very much enjoyed this series! Which it was longer than 2 seasons!

  • Jan 18, 2015

    T Rating:5.0

    Worth it! They remind me of my childhood

  • March of the Wooden Soldiers - Laurel & Hardy

    Jan 11, 2015

    DocBVN71  from Columbus, Ohio, Rating:5.0

    This is one for nostalgia buffs. As a youngster in the 1950's I saw this movie a few times generally around Christmas season. Although Laurel & Hardy were before my time I always had a good laugh at their bumbling throughout this movie. I'm sure purest would lament that this colorized version is not true to the movie's history but its still L & H in one of their best. The boys are humiliated toy makers in Santa's work shop, who are loked upon as village idiots in part because Stan Laurel messed up a Christmas toy order for 600, one-foot wooden toy soldier, making instead 100, six-foot wooden toy soldier. Weaved throughout the movie are nursery rhyme characters complete with Little Bo Peep and her sheep and others who all live with Old Mother Hubbard in her shoe home. The evil character desires to marry Bo Peep and tricks his way into getting her to agree to marry him after her love interest is arrested for killing one of the three little pigs (who the evil character actually kidnapped ...

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