This two-pack DVD set contains episodes of some of the greatest TV shows that were produced during the 1950s and 1960s. A great many of these episdoes have not been shown on TV for as long as two to three decades. Enjoy and have fun with these great TV episodes that come to life on this special DVD package!
Combat - broadcast from 1962 through 1967. Starring Vic Morrow and Rick Jason. Combat depicted the exploits of a US Army Platoon fighting its way across Europe during World War II, following D-Day. Episode: "Mail Call." Sea Hunt - Broadcast form 1958 through 1961. Starring Looyed Bridges. Sea Hunt Was the story of Mike Nelson (Bridges), an ex-navy frogman who has gone to work as a world-travelling freelance underwater investigator. He works for insurance companies, salvage firms, Hollywood movie makers and sometimes the US government. Episode: "Mark of the Octopus." Fury - Broadcast from 1955 through 1960. Starring Peter Graves, William Hudson and Bobby Diamond. Set in the American West of the 1950's, the series begins with ranceher Jim Newton adopting a city orphan named Joey and introducing him to the West. Joey takes on the job of breaking Jim's black stallion, which Joey names Fury. They are soon inseparable and go on a great many adventures together. Episodes: "Joey Finds A Friend," "The Search for Joey," and "Joey's Father." Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Broadcast from 1955 through 1986. Starring Alfred Hitchcock. The show always started with Alfred Hitchcock welcoming viewers to stories of terror, horror, suspense, and twisted endings. At the end of the show, Hitchcock would again appear to explain what really happened. Episodes: "The Apprentice" and "The Cheney Vase."
Mannix - Broadcast from 1967 through 1975/ Starring Mike Connors, Joseph Campanella and Gail Fisher. Mannix was one of the most violent detective shows of its time, and also one of the longest running. The original format had Joe Mannix employed by a sophisticated detective firm called Interect. By the second season, Mannix had struck out on his own. The high points of every episode seemed to be a wild brawl and a high body count. Episodes: "The Name is Mannix" and "Skid Marks On A Dry Run." Peter Gunn - Broadcast from 1958 through 1961. Starring Craig Stevens, Lola ALbright and Herschel Bernardi/ Peter Gunn was one of the first suave, aggressive, lady-killer private detectives to be seen on television. When he was not working, he spent most of his time at the jazz nightclub called "Mother's" where his girlfriend was the featured singer. Episodes: "Let's Kill Timothy" and "The Fuse." Wagon Train - Broadcast 1957 through 1965. Starring John McIntire, Terry Wilson, Frank McGrath and Scott Miller. Wagon Train was one of the most popular Western series during the late 1950s and early 1960s. The setting was a California-bound wagon train in the post-Civil War days, starting out each season from St. Joseph, Missouri and making its way west to California in the spring. The regular cast encountered different guest stars and personalities along the way, making the weekly episodes new and fresh. Episode: "Alias Bill Hawks."