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Dead Man's Gun: Season 1

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4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dead Man's Gun Season One March 16 2011
Format:DVD
This Western series that was billed as a cross between "Gunsmoke" & "The Twilight Zone" when it orignally appeared on Showtime in the late 1990's has finally been released on DVD & it has been worth the wait! Each episode revolves around the story of a cursed gun that brings misery to whoever possesses it. Ominously narrated by Kris Kristofferson, each episode is a different story with a completely different cast, the gun being the only thing central to each episode.

Alliance (Universal) has done a magnificent job of presenting crystal quality of the episodes on each disk. In season one you get every episode that appeared in the series INCLUDING the first three episodes (The Great McDonagle, Fool's Gold & My Brother's Keeper) which were originally shown on Showtime before Dead Man's Gun was made into a series and NOT usually seen in the reruns on TV.

This Western series is a little off the usual path of westerns but the excellent writing & suspense places it a firm notch above the norm. It's a shame that only 44 episodes of this series were made, but all 44 were quite well done.

If you like westerns, you'll like this!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Husband was Pleased Jan. 19 2014
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Bought this for my man as he loved the series and I thought why not get him the set and he can watch it anytime he likes. I was right! He was a happy camper.
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4.0 out of 5 stars j ais bien aimé Feb. 26 2013
By dany
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tres bien j ais bien aimé. koi dire de plus voila c est tout ! ! ! ! ! !
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great western show March 12 2011
Format:DVD
I heard about this show recently, and was completely surprised and excited to see season 1 at HMV a week after the long awaited DVD release. I figured since it seems to be a fairly unknown show they wouldn't have it, but they did. I've only watched 7 out of the 22 episodes so far, but each is very good and memorable. It's really cool to see the different stories unfold, but what makes it even better is each episode isn't a direct continuation of who had the gun last, so I often imagine and wonder where it could have been between people. This show completely surprised me, it has quality acting and quality stories. I expected something cheesy, but this show is currently one of my favourites. If you're a fan of westerns, pick it up for sure, you won't be disappointed.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dead Man's Gun Season One March 16 2011
By Wolf in the Wind - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
This Western series that was billed as a cross between "Gunsmoke" & "The Twilight Zone" when it orignally appeared on Showtime in the late 1990's has finally been released on DVD & it has been worth the wait! Each episode revolves around the story of a cursed gun that brings misery to whoever possesses it. Ominously narrated by Kris Kristofferson, each episode is a different story with a completely different cast, the gun being the only thing central to each episode.

Alliance (Universal) has done a magnificent job of presenting crystal quality of the episodes on each disk. In season one you get every episode that appeared in the series INCLUDING the first three episodes (The Great McDonagle, Fool's Gold & My Brother's Keeper) which were originally shown on Showtime before Dead Man's Gun was made into a series and NOT usually seen in the reruns on TV.

This Western series is a little off the usual path of westerns but the excellent writing & suspense places it a firm notch above the norm. It's a shame that only 44 episodes of this series were made, but all 44 were quite well done.

If you like westerns, you'll like this!!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dead Man's Gun Aug. 31 2011
By Liz - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
The writing on this is superb. The twists of the story are innovative, and you never know if the main charactor or the gun will win in the end. The number of big name stars in this series are many. The only thing that they all share, is this absolutely gorgeous gun that appears to be a special Army Colt that gets passed from person to person. The gun is pure evil. So, does evil win, or does good triumph over evil? I wish they had made way more than the episodes they did. isnt' that always the way with the good stuff?
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I like it a lot! Sept. 3 2012
By Martina - Published on Amazon.com
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I recently started to record this show, wish I had done it earlier, I loved it! It is like a western Twilight Zone/
The Dark Side! I recently watched the episode called: The Ripper, OMG, I was so intrigued to know who the killer really was, but the ending really surprised me! I plan on ordering seasons one/two, since most shows on the local networks suck so bad! Keep them coming Mr. Winkler, you have a hit on your hands!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining Western Series To Go With Your Other Western Shows May 20 2013
By Rich(Anime&Games Will Always Prevail!) - Published on Amazon.com
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I still find many of these episodes to be highly entertaining as I tried to watch the episodes weekly at the same time as when Stargate Sg1 and Outer Limits was playing on Showtime and while the series sadly lasted only two seasons for the price these two sets are going for it's definitely a real bargain. The series put in a mixtures of gritty western style storyline sometimes mixed with a drop or two of the supernatural which added to the enjoyment of the series. While some of the guest cast might seem unknown today as some have faded out of the Hollywood spotlight or were not American but Canadian actors/actresses their performances were still done very well. The video quality is pretty good while there is some graininess is some scenes overall the picture quality is pretty sharp and clear. So fro fans of western gunfighter shows or those who like series like Deadwood or the like here's another entertaining series for you to watch at a very reasonable price...
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "The Imposter," part of the series, is delightful March 8 2011
By Israel Drazin - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
"The Imposter" is an easy to view, fun film about a meek, naïve, and somewhat foolish peddler, who frightens easily, who finds a dead man and his horse outside of town in the Old West. The horse had apparently bolted when it saw or heard a rattlesnake, and the man fell off and broke his neck. The man was carrying a letter that offered him a job for $25 a month, much more money than the peddler ever made. There is no indication what the job is. The man was wearing a beautiful gun. The peddler decides to take his place. He arrives in town saying he is the hired man and finds out that he, a meek and oft-frightened man, has been hired as the town marshal.

Viewers will enjoy seeing how he handles his job. He faces gun fighters and brawlers. He has dealings with a prostitute and naively thinks she is a "nice" woman, and she turns out to be nice. His deputy forces people to pay protection money and he needs to deal with this. He discovers that the casino owner is rigging his tables. He needs to stop a bank robber who is racing out of town and has to deal with his deputy and the casino owner who try to ambush and kill him. All this and he can't shoot the dead man's fancy gun.
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