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DVD Review: Have Gun - Will Travel (The Final Season, Volume One & Two)

Wraps up the career of illustrious man in black whose business card might read, "Have Gun - Will Travel," but he brought more than a weapon to help his clients. »»

DVD Review: Gunsmoke (The Sixth Season, Volume 2)

Volume 2 installment gives the last 19 episodes when Matt, Kitty and Doc kept their adventures concise enough to fit the 30 minute time slot. »»

TV's Fugitive Gets Apprehended In a Complete Boxset

The TV series that inspired the Oscar-winning film gets a complete boxset from CBS Home Entertainment. »»

Have Gun - Will Travel (The Fifth Season, Volume Two) - DVD Review

Have Gun - Will Travel: The Fifth Season, Volume Two wraps up the penultimate season with plenty of hired gun thrills. »»

Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends: Complete Season 4 - DVD Review

Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends: Complete Season 4 delivers the penultimate collection of the legendary cartoon series. »»

Cannon: Season One, Volume 1 - DVD Review

William Conrad had a body that made him perfect for the microphone. From 1952- 1961, he was the voice of Sheriff Matt Dillon on the radio version of Gunsmoke. CBS passed on using Conrad on the TV version. His tough voice didn't match the flabby body. James Arness wore the badge when the series premiered in 1955. For the 16 years, Conrad was reduced to a trivia question. After a successful career as the narrative voice on The Fugitive and Rocky and Bullwinkle, Conrad stepped in front of the TV cameras. He ascended to primetime stardom with Cannon. »»

Jake and the Fatman: Season One, Volume One - DVD Review

William Conrad struck gold during his Golden Years. His early career had him playing nameless goons in crime films. He voiced Matt Dillon on the radio version of Gunsmoke. When the show was brought to TV, Conrad remained in the audio booth because he was too fat to play the sheriff. But he persisted in his desire to be a lead actor on TV. Success arrived in the early ‘70s with Cannon. He didn't even have to diet for the gig. But the good times didn't end there. After guest starring on Matlock, Conrad found himself fighting crime in primetime instead of collecting his Social Security check. His infamous weight made him perfect for the lead on Jake and the Fatman. »»

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