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Starring WILLIAM SHATNER, LEONARD NIMOY, DEFOREST KELLEY and JAMES DOOHAN. This NEVER BEFORE RELEASED two disc set showcases the stars' appearances on classic (and some completely forgotten) western programs from the 50s and 60s. Disc 1 includes: Tate (1960): Episode Comanche Scalps starring LEONARD NIMOY and co-starring a young ROBERT REDFORD in the critically-acclaimed but obscure series Bonanza (1960): Episode The Ape co-starring Leonard Nimoy and Dan Blocker. Outlaws (1960): Episode Starfall Parts 1 & 2: Starring William Shatner, Cloris Leachman and more in a feature-length adventure. Disc 2 includes: The Lone Ranger (1949): Episode Legion of Old-Timers featuring Deforest Kelley, Clayton Moore & Jay Silverheels. Last of the Mohicans (1957): Episode The Scapegoat starring Lon Chaney Jr. and James Doohan. Outlaws (1960): Episode Shorty featuring Edward Binns, Alfred Ryder and Leonard Nimoy. White Comanche (1968): The cult classic tamale western starring William Shatner & Joseph Cotten.

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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful
Contents of the set Dec 2 2010
By MMH - Published on Amazon.com
Here's the description, from the video company's website:
Disc 1 includes: Tate (1960): Episode "Comanche Scalps" starring LEONARD NIMOY and co-starring a young ROBERT REDFORD in the critically-acclaimed but obscure series
Bonanza (1960): Episode "The Ape" co-starring Leonard Nimoy and Dan Blocker
Outlaws (1960): Episode "Starfall" Parts 1 & 2: Starring William Shatner, Cloris Leachman and more in a feature-length adventure
Disc 2 includes: The Lone Ranger (1949): Episode "Legion of Old-Timers" featuring Deforest Kelley, Clayton Moore & Jay Silverheels
Last of the Mohicans (1957): Episode "The Scapegoat" starring Lon Chaney Jr. and James Doohan
Outlaws(1960): Episode "Shorty" featuring Edward Binns, Alfred Ryder and Leonard Nemoy [sic]
White Comanche (1968): The cult classic tamale western starring William Shatner & Joseph Cotten
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If you are a fan of TV Westerns, however campy or stereotypical, you'll probably like this collection. If you're a fan of classic Trek, you might enjoy it as a novelty. If you don't know classic Trek or classic westerns, pass it up, as it isn't a good intro to either.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Stars before the Star Trek production May 20 2011
By Mary Garrett Engman - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this DVD from Amazon but I have seen these different episodes with the Star Trek actors in Western setting and they were good. De Forest Kelley was the most experienced with the western type film. Leonard Nimoy is either and Indian or usually a bad guy I guess his exotic looks that made him a great Mr. Spock work against him in those roles. Willian Shatner is always good, he doesn't seem to eat up the scenery as in later roles.

A good investment, these episodes I had were on VHS tapes but those don't last as long as these DVDs, so I have went to DVDs in all Star Trek related actor roles.

You will really enjoy them.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
What's not to love? Feb. 6 2011
By Galen K. Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
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Maybe 20 years ago, TNT had a day of westerns with Star Trek regulars. But I never thought something like this would come out on DVD. I can't get over what a terrible native James Doohan makes. This is all about about pure love for the people who made Star Trek a phenomenon. I had seen some of these shows, but far from all. Add this to your collection.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
star track go west was fun to watch June 7 2014
By Joy - Published on Amazon.com
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to see the same actors being someone else, in a different setting was fun. William Shatner was great I have been a fan of him for some time.
Enterprise boadly goes into the west May 2 2015
By Braulia Elias - Published on Amazon.com
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good collection of vintage classics for the Trek fan

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