Here at Drysdales, we offer a bevy of classic western movies on DVD for those who want to experience the cowboy life right in their own living rooms.
One of our most popular DVDs is “The Legendary Singin’ Cowboys,” which features four movies featuring Rex Allen, Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, and Eddie Dean — all on one disc.
The DVD features these films:
Colorado Sundown (1952) — A rancher helps a friend claim a spread he’s inherited, only to get involved in his murder. Rex Allen stars, with Koko the Miracle Horse and Slim Pickens as guest stars.
Here’s a five-minute excerpt from the film:
The Big Show (1936) — At the Texas Centennial in Dallas, Tom Ford (played by Gene Autry) confuses two girls by being himself and his own stunt double. That film boasted a bevy of music stars, including Smiley Burnette, Sons of the Pioneers, and the Light Crust Doughboys.
Autry performs “Nobody’s Darling” from the film:
Come On, Rangers (1938) — Disbanded Texas Rangers are gathered once more to help the U.S. Cavalry put an stop to rampaging outlaws. Roy Rogers is the star, and sings three songs in the film.
A short excerpt from the movie:
Wild Country (1947) — Rip Caxton has busted out of prison and Marshal Eddie (starring Eddie Dean) has been sent to capture him.
The trailer for the film:
All told, this DVD will give you almost four hours of entertainment — all for less than $10.