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Annie Oakley Volume 15: 4-Episode Collection

Four rare episodes of the classic television series.
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DVD-R Details

  • Run Time: 1 hours, 43 minutes
  • Video: Black & White
  • Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
  • Released:
  • Originally Released: 1952
  • Label: Alpha Video

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Description by OLDIES.com:

In four action-packed episodes of the popular wild-west adventure series, thrilling sagas of legendary sharpshooter Annie Oakley (Gail Davis) unfold in the dusty town of Diablo. Chasing outlaws from the saddle of her trusty horse, Target, Annie keeps law and order with Deputy Sheriff Lofty Craig (Brad Johnson) at her side. Helping them is Annie's younger brother Tagg, always eager to solve the town's exciting mysteries of suspense. A fictional account of the life of the famous star of Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show, these episodes amazed audiences with Annie's fast and fancy shooting and breathtaking horse riding stunts.

ANNIE MAKES A MARRIAGE: Annie suspects blackmail when the beau of a young girl suddenly calls off their engagement and announces he is leaving the territory.

BULL'S EYE: This rarely-seen original 1952 pilot episode features Annie with an impossible Eastern-style hair-do and Billy Gray in his lone appearance as Tagg. Annie breaks up a gang who are poisoning the water in a game preserve.

DILEMMA AT DIABLO: A student returns home ashamed to admit to his proud father that he has flunked out of medical school and is buried in gambling debts.

TREASURE MAP: An aging laborer prays that a treasure map will hold hope for a bright future for his young daughter.

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Rating 4.5 Well worth getting for the pilot episode! Movie Lover: from LAKE HUGHES, CA US -- June, 5, 2014

This is a mixed bag of episodes but Annie Oakley fans should get it for the pilot episode "Bull's Eye" from 1952. In the pilot, Gail Davis looks and acts younger, less tough (she prays at one point), and has an outrageous hairdo worthy of Cindy from the Brady Bunch. Also, a different actor plays Annie's brother Tagg. Finally we get to see where the opening credit scene of Annie sneaking through the window comes from. The picture in the pilot is a little blurry but watchable. "Annie Makes a Marriage" is from the first season (1954), and has a light vertical line, otherwise the picture is decent, though like the pilot, it is missing the full ending credits. "Dilemma at Diablo" (1956) has poor picture quality and is just barely watchable. In "Treasure Map", also from 1956, which is in decent condition, we get to see several recognizable actors, including Lane Bradford, House Peters Jr., Glenn Strange, and a very young Shelley Fabares. This episode also has scenic location shots of Vasquez Rocks in Los Angeles County with yuccas in full bloom.


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  • Sales Rank: 2,585
  • UPC: 089218734594
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