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Wanted Dead Or Alive: Complete Season One [Reino Unido] [DVD]

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Surprisingly Well Done Western (SEASON 1) with Some Good Bonus Features 26 de enero de 2017
Por a walther - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Yes, this is the western tv show that launched Steve McQueen to stardom. WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE three season, 94 episode run ran from 1958 until 1961 with McQueen's western movie hit The Magnificent Seven (Yul Brenner; James Coburn - appears twice in Wanted Dead or Alive - SEASON 1) released in 1960. The "King of Cool" was well on his way.
Other than the mostly, surprisingly good episodes the xtras are kind enough (entertaining) to reveal quick blunders that Steve suffered while working on WANTED - SEASON 1. Two involve Steve "Josh Randall" McQueen's sawed off Winchester '92 rifle. On one occasion he fumbles to 'holster' his rifle; and on another occasion "Randall" attempts to twirl his rifle from behind an opening door where Steve can be seen trying not to wince as his fingers are pinched. The actors around him rather impressively do not react to this 'not too cool' looking rifle mishap.
This was a great buy ($8.50) with Warren Oates making a convincing bad guy appearance; and for someone like me I enjoyed seeing B-movie actress Gloria Talbot (from underrated sci-fi, horror flick I Married A Monster from Outer Space that same year...1958) making a nice "cowgirl" appearance looking (again could be me) quite fetching in her blue jeans while riding her horse rather well. I also got to enjoy a 'cat fight' (I know, me) that "Randall" does not over react to but breaks up appropriately; maybe somewhat impressed by the girl's (Talbot's) fiery nature.
But, don't misunderstand. WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE- SEASON 1 has a tough, gritty tone-style that is certainly economically efficient and rarely predictable. Occasional humor is intentional: Everybody can go for "...a bottle of smiles..." some time.
Other xtras feature is bio of McQueen that is all "reading" material but the Life In The Fast Lane documentary is about an hour long and can be watched at/in, approximately, 10 minute, 6 part segments shown at the end of each disc.

I also did not know 4 Star Productions (who put WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE together as well as a show called Trackdown with Robert Culp...see Bonus material) was founded by actors turned director/producers Dick Powell and Ida Lupino.
Interesting tidbit to me.
Finally, I was surprised to realize I like WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE (SEASON 1) better than Have Gun/Will Travel.
Never thought I would own Steve McQueen's tv show (SEASON 1) before any of Richard Boone's (more popular?) "Palladin" western saga.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Seeing early Steve McQueen, in a western to boot - greate 2 de septiembre de 2016
Por JimKata2000 - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I enjoy the ability to watch some of these older westerns. They don't make them anymore, so I've settled with reading westerns on my kindle. Started watching Wanted, and it was a little slow, but as I got into the character, it was pretty good. Early acting by Steve McQueen was enjoyable as well
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas If you love to watch Steve McQueen 13 de marzo de 2017
Por mvalgos - Publicado en Amazon.com
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If you love to watch Steve McQueen, then you will love these old Wanted Dead Or Alive. He is doing the same old things, except of him being a lot younger. I think you will like them
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The Fun Stuff... 15 de octubre de 2011
Por HMS Warspite - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
"King of Cool" actor Steve McQueen's breakthrough role was his late 1950's portrayal of bounty hunter Josh Randall on TV's "Wanted: Dead or Alive". The DVD set for Season One includes 36 episodes plus a nice collection of featurettes about the series and about McQueen, who would go on to star in movie hits such as "The Magnificent Seven" and "The Great Escape."

McQueen consciously played Josh Randall against the TV western hero stereotype. In the show, bounty hunters are disliked as ruthless mercenaries not much removed from the criminals they hunted down. In addition, Randall is portrayed as an ex-Confederate soldier and laconic loner, capable of quick and lethal violence. However, McQueen gives Randall significant depth of character, with his own quiet but strong sense of justice and compassion that is frequently at odds with his occupation. McQueen gave Randall his own distinctive understated style, along with a unique sidearm, a sawed-off Winchester '94.

"Wanted: Dead or Alive" was a good TV show with formula-breaking plots packed into short 30 minute action shows, in which Josh Randall often took the side of wronged men, women and children. Production values are pretty simple compared to today's shows, with minimal special effects, but this is still good entertainment and highly recommended to fans of Steve McQueen.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A must have for any Steve McQueen fan. 17 de abril de 2017
Por Gregory B. Primm - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
A must have for any Steve McQueen fan.


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