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Wagon Train: Season 1 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

4.7 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 10
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008GFZW7M
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I received this set as a birthday present from my wife and what a wonderful present it is.This series made its debut on tv before i was born and apart from reading of it"s reputation,i had only previously seen a few episodes that had been shown by channel 4 in the mid eighties.Wagon Train is a series that lives up to all the expectations and more.it is funny,dramatic,moving,full of action,emotion and tragedy.The list of guest stars is a virtual hollywood who"s who of acting talent.The first disc alone of the set boasts ernest borgnine,michael rennie,carolyn jones and shelley winters to name a few,plus a large roster of western character actors.Let"s hope tmg do release the legendary episode directed by john ford and featuring john wayne.That would be a real treasure and a treat to watch.Each episode is well written,acted and directed.No wonder the series became an instant classic and deserves the title critics have given it of the best western series ever.This is only series 1.On the basis of this set,the remaining episodes cant be released quickly enough.
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Timeless Media Group are back on form with this boxed set. The print quality of these black and white episodes is very good and this is classic 'Wagon Train' dating all the way back to 1957.The 10 dvds are inserted into individual wallets on very thick cards which open out to reveal 9 full-page colour photos of the main stars Ward Bond, Robert Horton, Frank McGrath and Terry Wilson, with 4 smaller photos on the first card. There is a certificate of authenticity included which gives the number of the set which is one of a limited issue of 10,000. The whole package comes in a nice embossed tin shaped like the back of a covered wagon.
There are 39 episodes in this first season each lasting round 50 minutes. Guest stars include Ernest Borgnine, Ricardo Montalban, Michael Rennie, Sterling Hayden, Keenan Wynn, June Lockhart and Nick Adams -- to name but a few!
TMG have got one thing wrong, though. They state on the back cover that Ward Bond originally played Major Seth Adams in the 1950 movie 'Wagonmaster', but that is not correct. He played Elder Wiggs, the leader of a group of Mormons who hire Travis Blue ( played by Ben Johnson ) to guide their wagon train.
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Wagon Train: Complete First Season [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]This series was an old favourite of mine when i was a small child and we didnt have a TV but my Gran would let me watch it at her house,so once a week i would go and see her and Wagon Train and we would both be happy.Its not as good as Gunsmoke but it does have a charm and simplicity all of its own and its still very enjoyable to watch. The 2 leading actors are good in their respective roles,Major Adams played by Ward Bond and Flint McCullough played by Robert Horton and there are several quite big name stars doing guest spots.The episodes are 52 minutes long and you get 32 over 10 discs for your money so the value is good.The remastering is not bad but there are a couple of iffy episodes but considering the age of the show you cant complain.All-in-all a great trip down memory lane from the Golden Age of TV cowboys.Very enjoyable.
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At last fans of classic TV series are able to watch, in chronological sequence, the complete first season of WAGON TRAIN, thanks to Timeless Video. This is Timeless's newest release and their releases just keep getting better - the print & audio quality is superb and enables one to appreciate just why you loved this series the first time around and why it was one of the most popular TV series ever.
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Timeless Media Group presents "WAGON TRAIN: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON - SPECIAL LIMITED EDITION" (39 Episodes) (1950 min/B&W) -- Starring Ward Bond (as Major Seth Adams), Robert Horton (as Flint McCullough), Frank McGrath (as Charlie Wooster) & Terry Wilson (as Bill Hawks)

From the Golden Age of Television Westerns, this was the grand-daddy of the genre which ran from 1957 to 1965 with great writing. Every week selected a story involving one of the travelers on an 1870's "wagon train" making its way across the American West.

Ward Bond as Major Seth Adams and his team led a group of hardy pioneers across the plains and mountains to California post Civil War. Picking up a guest star for the story of that particular episode.

Robert Horton was scout Flint McCullough and several episodes featured him in the lead, as they took him to places he was scouting with guest stars for him to interact with.

Frank McGrath and Terry Wilson were a pair of stunt men who worked many times for John Ford. Wagon Train made their faces familiar to the public. McGrath was funny little guy as cook Charlie Wooster who must have kept them all amused because the regulars were forever complaining about his lousy cooking. Wilson played Bill Hawks Assistant Wagon Master.

Gene Roddenberry described his original concept of "Star Trek" (1966) as "Wagon Train in space".

Ward Bond's final acting project.

Very reasonable and a good value for the price --- For product description and editorial review check this out on the Amazon site above my review.

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1. Ward Bond [aka: Wardell E. Bond]
Date of Birth: 9 April 1903 - Benkelman, Nebraska
Date of Death: 5 November 1960 - Dallas, Texas

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