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  • 3 Stooges – A Song of Six Pants

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    The boys own a tailor shop but they are about to lose their equipment to a collection agency. They come up with a scheme to capture a notorious criminal and collect the reward on him. Good Luck! Length 16:51

  • 3 Stooges – Brideless Groom

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    Shemp’s uncle dies and leaves him his fortune, provided he’s married. When the word gets out, Shemp’s got more women after him than he knows what to do with. Length 16:31

  • 3 Stooges – Disorder in the Court

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    The Stooges are the star witnesses in a murder trial. Need I say more? Yes! Curly gives one of his greatest performances while being sworn in to testify. A must see! Length 16:20

  • 3 Stooges – Malice in the Palace

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    The boys certainly are diverse. This time they are waiters in the middle east and they uncover a plot to steal King Rootin Tootin’s treasure. What makes me think nobody’s getting rich. Length 15:36

  • Beer Commercials #1

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    Three classic beer commercials featuring Hamms, Grain Belt, and Schlitz Malt Liquor. Length 2:00

  • Beer Commercials #2

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    Three classic beer commercials featuring Schmidts Big Mouth, Grain Belt, and the last beer I’d want to be set adrift with, Old Milwaukee. Length 2:30

  • Betty Boop – Betty in Blunderland

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    The title speaks for itself. Betty thinks she’s Alice with a much shorter skirt. Length 6:43

  • Bridles #1

    $50.00

    Part 1: The Snaffle Bit starts from the first ride. You’ll learn the ways of the snaffle and “the soft feel” while applying them to the walk, trot and lope. Buck will even help you with your roping. This tape is a must for any riding discipline.

  • Bridles #2

    $50.00

    Part 2: The Hackamore takes you and your horse on to the next step in your schooling. You’ll learn how to use the horsehair mecate and move your horse through all gates in the elegant, braided hackamore (bosal) working towards a total communication with the lightest commands.

  • Bugs Bunny – The Wabbit Who Came to Supper

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    Elmer Fudd will receive $3 million if he can be kind to animals, especially rabbits. Bugs puts him to a test he’s sure to fail. Length 7:49

  • Bugs Bunny – Wacky Wabbit

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    Elmer goes west in search of gold and digs up a rabbit that that makes him lose his MINE! Length 7:12

  • Cereal Commercials

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    3 classic commercials featuring Raisin Bran, (love those raisin suits), Frankenberry, and Frosted Flakes. Length 2:00

  • Cheyenne

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    Clint Walker starred as Cheyenne Bodie in this hour long series produced by Warner Bros. 107 Episodes were produced and aired on the ABC Network from 1955 to 1963. Cheyenne had many talents and worked as a lawman, army scout, Indian fighter and ranch foreman. Length: 1:10

  • Colt 45

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    Christopher Colt was an undercover Government Agent starring Wayde Preston. A Warner Bros. western which aired on the ABC Network from Oct 1957 to Sept 1960. As his cover he played a Colt Firearms salesman and so carried two chrome single action Colt revolvers. Length: 0:53

  • Daffy Duck – Daffy and the Dinosaur

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    Daffy goes prehistoric and has to avoid becoming chow for a dim-witted caveman. Length 7:41

  • Daffy Duck – Daffy Duckaroo

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    Daffy the western film star dumps Tinsel Town for the real frontier. Length 7:23

  • Daffy Duck – Daffy’s Southern Exposure

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    A winter weary Daffy searches for food only to find a Coyote and a Weasel with a bounty of beans and a taste for duck. Length 5:55

  • Daffy Duck – Yankee Doodle Daffy

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    Porky pig is a producer who needs a vacation, but Daffy’s an agent with a client who needs a gig. Better cash in those tickets. Length 6:33

  • Edward Bohlin Silver Buckle

    $500.00

    This sterling silver belt buckle captures the look of the west. This one features a fully hand engraved field completely surrounding the sterling silver bronc and rider overlay in the center, but with a more traditional western center figure.

  • Edward Borein

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    John Edward Borein (1872 – 1945) is today regarded as one of America’s finest cowboy artists, using pencil, pen and ink or watercolors. In 1907 he seriously took up etching, which became his primary artistic medium. Length 2:08

  • Edward Borein’s Art of the Old West

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    John Edward Borein began sketching in 1877 at the age of five. Between the ages of 17 and 21 he continued sketching as he worked as a cowboy for cattle ranches from California to Mexico. From his memories as a “cowpuncher” and later from B&W movies which he shot, Borein produced over 300 different etchings, water colors and oil Paintings. Length: 3:02

  • Felix the Cat – Bold King Cole

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    Nature is having a go at Felix, and when a lightning bolt sets him glowing he seeks refuge in a castle with the none too bold King Cole. This is pre bag of tricks Felix. Length 7:26

  • Gene Autry

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    One of the best known western heroes was the singing cowboy, Gene Autry. This very popular western series was produced by Columbia Pictures and Gene Autry Productions, from 1950 to 1954. There were 85 original half hour episodes filmed in B&W and color and Gene was always there to aid anyone who needed help. Length: 1:17

  • Groundwork

    $19.95

    Written by Buck Brannaman, this is the first book in his long awaited book series. Groundwork takes you step-by-step, starting your colt from the ground. With Buck’s common sense advice and over 90 photographs illustrating his techniques, this is surely a primer for anyone interested in learning the fine art of groundwork. Some chapter titles include “Saddling,” “Changing Eyes,” “Roping a Hind Foot,” and “Horse Roping,” among others. This book can be referred to over and over, and can go anywhere with you.

  • Gumby – Gold Rush Gumby

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    Gumby and Pokey are off in search of the color (gold that is), when they come across an indian chief with a major case of tooth rot. No worries, Gumby finds a big ol’ nugget and the injun ends up with some dental work that would make any rapper jealous. Length 5:31

  • Gumby – Gumby Concerto

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    Gumby goes Mozart as he interacts with musical instruments and the notes that inhabit them. Length 4:54

  • Gumby – Mysterious Fires

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    A fairytale kingdom is on fire so Gumby employs some modern technology, and a reluctant knight, to extinguish the flames and discover the identity of the arsonist. Length 5:44

  • Gumby – Robot Rumpus

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    Gumby and Pokey are lazy, so they enlist a gang of robots to do all the chores they wish to avoid. It doesn’t take long before the robots go berserk, and Gumby has to break a sweat. Length 6:21

  • Gumby – Stuck on Books

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    Gumby and Pokey love cruising into books for a little fun, but when they decide to take the dog with them, reading becomes a bummer. Length 6:01

  • Gumby – Too Loo

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    Gumby stumbles upon two musical notes that have become seperated from their instrument. Length 6:01

  • Gumby – Tricky Train

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    Gumby gets a big shipment of toy trains, and Nopey gets to chase them. Length 4:16

  • Little Known Products #1

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    Three classic commercials featuring products that you may never have heard of, or are no longer being produced; Edsel, Hi-lex bleach (maybe the cheesiest commercial ever made), and Drive stain remover (I wonder if the makers of Pacman got some ideas from this ad?). Length 3:30

  • Little Known Products #2

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    Three classic commercials featuring products that you may never have heard of, or are no longer being produced; Shark Pack toy boats, Quisp cereal (I loved this stuff as a kid), and Plymouth automobiles (the end of an era). Length 3:00

  • Louis L’Amour, Western Author

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    Louis L’Amour had always wanted to be a writer, and the Western genre proved to be a good choice. With the help of the knowledge gained by his extensive travels, the characters in his books were true to the old west. In 1983, at the age of 75, L’Amour sold his one hundred millionth book. Even today, his novels and the movies about them are still very popular. Length: 5:05

  • Louis L’Amour, Western Author

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    Louis L’Amour had always wanted to be a writer, and the Western genre proved to be a good choice. With the help of the knowledge gained by his extensive travels, the characters in his books were true to the old west. In 1983, at the age of 75, L’Amour sold his one hundred millionth book. Even today, his novels and the movies about them are still very popular. Length: 5:05

  • Mixed Bag #1

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    Three classic commercials featuring Hai Karate after shave, which unlike the ad depicts, actually drove women away, Cheerios, and Purina Cat Chow. Length 2:00

  • Mixed Bag #2

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    Three classic commercials featuring Kool Pops, Wheaties, and Cool Whip topping (a great way to kill the taste of someones nasty baking!). Length 2:00

  • Mixed Bag #3

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    Three classic commercials featuring Ponderosa boots (who knew your feet could enjoy such pleasure), Flintstone vitamins, and Butternut coffee. Length 2:00

  • Mixed Bag #4

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    Four classic commercials featuring the Monkees pitching Kool-Aid, Laurel & Hardy stepping up to the bar for a cool one, Folgers coffee (doesn’t Mrs. Olsen have a home?), and Mr. Nature himself, Euell Gibbons (he died eating bark), selling Grape Nuts cereal. Length 2:30

  • Mixed Bag #5

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    Five classic commercials featuring some famous faces. Included are Laurel & Hardy (look closely) pitching Standard Oil, The Chevy Show with Bob Hope and Dinah Shore, Scotties tissues being put to the test by the nose himself, Jimmy Durante, Mel Blanc for American Express, and Mr Family, Ozzie Nelson, giving his all for Kodak. Length 3:31

  • Mixed Bag #6

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    Three classic public service announcements with Bing Crosby, John Wayne, and Smokey the Bear (you should recognize the woman in this one). Length 1:42

  • Mixed Bag #7

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    Four classic commercials featuring Tarzan getting domestic for Windex, Mountain Dew showing happy feet (this would be a good place for a stick up), Jello, and a granny all a titter over Ban Roll On. Length 2:47

  • Popeye – Fright to the Finish

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    Popeye and Bluto are hanging with Olive Oil and they both know that three is a crowd. The only way to resolve this is to scare the other away. Length: 6:23

  • Popeye – Spree Lunch

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    Popeye has a nice little business going with his diner until Bluto practices free enterprise right next door. Wimpy doesn’t seem to mind! Length 6:05

  • Porky Pig – Porky’s Bear Facts

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    Porky’s a farmer with a bear for a neighbor. Come winter the Bear gets a bit peckish and anything goes. Length 6:58

  • Porky Pig – Porky’s Garden

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    The Town Fair is giving a prize for the largest home grown product, so Porky sets to work planting a garden. Length 7:05

  • Ranch Roping #1

    $89.95

    Beginning: Takes you from building your first loop, to proper practice technique with the roping dummy.

  • Ranch Roping #2

    $89.95

    Intermediate: Introduces and details scores of traditional reata style head and heel shots, positions and strategies.

  • Ranch Roping #3

    $89.95

    Advanced: Features applied roping techniques for handling & doctoring cattle in real world situations.

  • Soda Commercials

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    Three classic soft drink commercials featuring Coke (the real thing), Shasta cola (not the real thing), and Shasta cherry cola (some real cool stunt driving). Length 3:00

  • Sugarfoot

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    Will Hutchins starred as Tom Brewster in this hour long western series from 1957 to 1961. Sugarfoot’s 69 episodes were produced by Warner Bros. and aired on the ABC Network. Tom was handy with his fists and a gun, but being a correspondence law school student, he would rather talk his way out of trouble. Length: 1:09

  • Superman – Billion Dollar Limited

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    A train carrying a billion dollars is hijacked, and guess who just happens to be onboard for the ride? Thats right, Superman’s main squeeze. Length: 7:57

  • Superman – Magnet Telescope

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    A scientist experiments with a giant magnetic telescope endanger Metropolis. The authorities aren’t laughing, and the scientist isn’t stopping! Length 7:13

  • Tallships Festival

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    The Toshiba Tallships Festival in Dana Point, California is the largest annual gathering of Tallships on the west coast of the United States. This family event allows you to experience maritime history through live demonstrations in a festival atmosphere. Length: 2:56

  • The Art Of The Western Saddle

    $50.00

    Designed and written by Bill Reynolds, this glossy book is illustrated with historic and contemporary examples of saddle style and decoration, The Art of the Western Saddle highlights the work of makers such as Visalia stock saddle company, Meana, Miles City Saddlery, along with contemporary makers such as Chas Weldon, Dale Harwood, and many others. Many saddles of the stars are featured from the golden age of the Hollywood western; these include outfits belonging to the Lone Ranger, Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, and Barbara Stanwyck.

  • The Faraway Horses

    $16.95

    Written by Buck Brannaman with William Reynolds. The life of Buck Brannaman as told through his own stories and experiences. It’s a story about a young man coming to terms with his family and ultimately his future through his life changing experiences with horses. Whether you are involved with horses or not, this is a book that opens one’s eyes to life’s possibilities.

  • The Legend of Wyatt Earp

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    This real life western marshal was played by Hugh O’Brian. Wyatt Earp was best known for carrying his infamous Buntline Special – a long barreled 45 caliber pistol. This half-hour Western ran on the ABC Network from Sept 1955 to Sept 1961. Length: 1:02

  • The Range Rider

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    This Classic TV western series aired from 1952 to 1954 and was produced by Gene Autry’s Flying A Productions. It starred Jock Mahoney as the Range Rider and Dick Jones as Dick West. The 78 action filled episodes were in syndication as late as 1965. Length: 1:13

  • The Rebel

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    Nick Adams starred as the former Confederate soldier Johnny Yuma. He was tired of the war and was just looking for some peace and quiet – which was not always easy to find. The show ran on the ABC Network from Oct 1959 to Sept 1962. The theme song was sung by Johnny Cash. Length: 1:20

  • The Rifleman

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    Starring Chuck Connors as Lucas McCain, a peace loving homesteader living in New Mexico. His reputation as The Rifleman was known far and wide – because of his custom rapid fire Winchester rifle. His son Mark, was played by Johnny Crawford and the series aired on the ABC Network from Sept 1958 to July 1963. Length: 1:16

  • The Stolen Jewels

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    ‘The Stolen Jewels’ is a short film that was shown in theatres in 1931. It is unique because of the many famous stars of the 30s and 40s that donated their services to do this film. Its purpose was to raise funds for the relief work of the NVA-The National Variety Artists Union and the Will Rogers Hospital for Respiratory Diseases. Length 19:46

  • Tobacco Commercials

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    3 classic commercials featuring a product that is no longer advertised on television, Tobacco. Commercials include; Kent, Philip Morris, and Muriel Cigars. Length 3:20

  • Wanted Dead or Alive

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    Was a CBS Network western series which ran from Sept. 1958 to March 1961. It starred Steve McQueen as the bounty hunter Josh Randall. He was tough, but fair and carried the now famous Mares Leg, a sawed off 30-30 Winchester rifle. Length: 1:20

  • Young men in a hurry

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    Young Men In A Hurry was a television pilot starring the Kingston Trio – John Stewart, Nick Reynolds and Bob Shane, and included several of their songs. It was produced by a major television network, but was never aired and unfortunately it did not go to series. Length: 16:44