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Cheyenne Season 2 Complete Pack Parts 1 & 2 [Import]

Clint Walker , Wright King , Edward Ludwig , Franklin Adreon    Unrated   DVD
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars CHEYENNE SEASON 3 Feb. 23 2012
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SEASON 3 OF CHEYENNE HAS BEEN FOR SALE SINCE JAN 10 2012 AND DVD SET IS GREAT ALL 20 SHOWS SO WHEN AMAZON HAS COPYES OF THIS SHOW BUY YOU CAN'T GO WRONG.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cheyenne Memories Feb. 12 2012
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Cheyenne: the complete second season was a real treat and came unflawed. It brought back old memories
from the fifties when I was a kid watching it on black & white t.v. on the farm. As an only child Clint
Walker was one of my two hereos in my life. I am looking forward to purchasing the third season and following
seasons. I have been most pleased with the dvd's I have purchased from amazon over the past several
years and hope more westerns from the 50-60's are being made available in the future.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Cheyenne Bodie, Tall in the Saddle Aug. 3 2007
By Luiz A. Sampaio - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
The Cheyenne show is a fabulous trip to the Golden Age of television, to the days when the western genre was simple and pure, when manicheism was well established, good guys versus bad guys. We must urge Warner Bros. to release the second season of Cheyenne as soon as possible. The previous one was released on June 6, 06, so now it is the right time for a new release. The first season of Cheyenne was indeed very good, but the second one is much, much better in all aspects. Season one had only 15 episodes and each ran about 40 minutes each. Season two has 20 episodes running about 50 minutes each. The writing is much better for season two. The famous Cheyenne logo (Cheyenne's bust and the mountainous background)and the familiar theme song by William Lana & Stan Jones, both lacking in the first season, are largely featured starting with season two. The episodes also carry beautiful designs for the initial and final credits.
And finally a word about Clint Walker. He is a better actor in this season, proving that he was one of best western stars for television.
The second and third seasons of Cheyenne are the outstanding years of the show, a must to everybody that loved the great TV westerns of the 50s and 60s, and also a must to people that never had the opportunity to watch those fantastic and innocent shows of yesterday.
The episodes of the second season (1956/57)are as follow:
1 - The Dark Rider (guests: Diane Brewster, Myron Healey)
2 - The Long Winter
3 - Death Deals the Hand (guests: Leo Gordon, Arthur Hunnicut)
4 - The Bounty Killer (guest: Andrew Duggan)
5 - The Law Man
6 - The Mustang Trail (guest: Diane Brewster)
7 - Lone Gun (guests: Nancy Hale, Bob Steele)
8 - The Trap
9 - The Iron Trail (guest: Dennis Hopper)
10 - Land Beyond the Law (guest: Andrew Duggan)
11 - Test of Courage
12 - War Party (guest: Angie Dickinson)
13 - Deadline (guest: Ann Robinson)
14 - Big Ghost Basin (guest: Merry Anders)
15 - Born Bad
16 - The Brand (guest: Edward Byrnes)
17 - Decision at Gunsight (guests: John Carradine, Marie Windsor)
18 - The Spanish Grant (guests: Peggy Castle, Douglas Kennedy)
19 - Hard Bargain (guest: Richard Crenna)
20 - The Broken Pledge (guest: John Dehner)
57 of 61 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cheyenne, The Complete Second Season Oct. 8 2007
By GL - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Hurray! Warner Brothers is finally going to release season two of Cheyenne. I realize that the market for this western series may be limited, but has anyone noticed that there were close to 70 positive reviews of the first season? That is more than a whole lot of recent, supposedly more popular television shows, of more recent vintage. There is a large "over 50" market for this show and the WB people need to take advantage of it!

GL
49 of 53 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hurry Up Warner Brothers! Aug. 22 2007
By David Levin - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
After the tremendous success of the first season's sales, Warner Brothers should not wait any longer and release the second season of this great Western series. Those of us who are old enough to have watched Cheyenne are not getting any younger. Let's hope that season 2 has another interview with the great Clint Walker. It's always a joy to hear and see the "big guy".
33 of 36 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cheyenne Bodie is still riding! Jan. 17 2011
By Luiz A. Sampaio - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
The second season of Cheyenne was finally released. It is in 2 volumes (5 discs each), but both parts are currently available and all 20 episodes of the season are reproduced in high quality. This is the best season of Cheyenne (season 3 is also in the same level) and it is a must to all western fans and to people who watched television in the 50s and 60s. It was originally aired from September 11, 56 thru June 4, 57. These episodes have many important guest stars, people now retired or deceased: James Garner, Angie Dickinson, Peggie Castle, Ruchard Crenna, Merry Anders, Dennis Hoppe, Edward Byrnes, John Carradine, etc.
Hollywood was really unfair to Clint Walker. He was underestimated as an actor. Today, when we watch the Cheyenne series, or Fort Dobbs, or Yellowstone Kelly, or Gold of the Seven Saints, we can see how good he was when portraing a westerner. I don't think he could have done well in soap operas or in any Shakespearean drama, but in western movies he was perfect, as good as John Wayne, Gary Cooper or Randolph Scott. Clint certainly deserved a better chance in Hollywood in the old days, when the western genre was still alive.
All Cheyenne fans are now waiting for the third season. Hurry up, Warner Archive and make Big Clint ride again for another 20 episodes.
30 of 33 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cheyenne Season 2 ...Can't wait anymore, WB Aug. 3 2007
By abbaselena - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Hey WB, how much longer do we have to wait for Cheyenne Season 2??? It's about time you released it to all the loyal fans who bought Season 1. So HURRY UP! I'll be first in line to pre-order.
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