This series is in my Netflix queue. I may OD on McQueen.
Oh, man, I should have watched the clip before I commented. Was that Little Joe Cartwright committing murder?
I want that Mare's Laig.
Naomi, You will love this gritty series and Steve's performance. Watch the way he leaps (most of the time) on and off his horse. The way he beats trail dust from his clothes. The details he brings to this show puts it in my top ten.Yep, that's Michael Landon and (I believe) Nick Adams as the bad guys.Evan, I wonder who holds the original? I know there were a few different ones during Wanted's three year run.
Brilliant. Steve McQueen was my first real crush, but I have never seen this series.
A classic series that propelled McQueen to super stardom.
Ooohh, damn that was fine. I don't think I ever saw the series.
Laurie, I hope I'm not building it up to much but this series is as close to western perfection as I've found. Phil, That and THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN which landed in 1960.Leah, I first watched it on a horrible VHS colorized version twenty years ago. Now, the remastered b&w is really the only way to view it.
Loved that gun, man. Great series.
You're right. Very well done series, great action, and McQueen is just fine.I picked up the first season on DVD at K-Mart for $5 and was surprised by the quality of the transfer. This clip is from the first episode, "The Martin Poster."
Charles, Arguably the most famous gun in western lore outside the Buntline Special.Ron, I was in the Mart this past weekend and was surprised at how cheap their films hav become. I'm thinking Netflix is doing to DVDs what Kindle is doing to print.
He has an interesting way with words.
And an interesting way with the ladies from what I have read.
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