As a kid I kind of remember this series, but not very well. The title is a little misleading because i believe from research that Cimarron Strip only lasted one 23 episode series, so this six disc, six film set should possibly be called Part 1 instead.
If you like westerns then you'll find quite a bit to enjoy about this. Each episode runs to approximately 70 minutes and some familiar faces emerge like Steve Forrest, Warren Oates, Telly Savalas, etc..
Stuart Whitman is Marshal Crown, the main character and he carries the show, and I understand that his company also part-funded the series. Whitman is engaging as the marshal, one who upholds the law while also acknowledging his own reckless and wild past.
This collection includes the following stories which, according to imdb.com are in broadcast order which began in September, 1967: Journey to a Hanging, The Legend of Judd Star, Broken Wing, The Battleground, The Hunted and The Battle of Bloody Stones.
Of the six stories, The Battle of Bloody Stones is the weakest as it suffers from some poor performances from the Indian actors, or white actors playing indians to be precise. However, The Battleground and The Hunted are two very good stories, well acted and as good as anything that you'll find in the more famous TV shows like Gunsmoke, Bonanza or The Virginian.
Unfortunately, these shows are need of remastering. The night scenes in particular seem to suffer and it can spoil the viewing experience. That alone reduces it to three stars.
You can buy all these episodes separately and others in the series. But I'd advise you to do so by reading the reviews of the quality before parting with your cash.
Overall, a very enjoyable set, but lacking in picture quality but if you love westerns then this show is worth a look.