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The Texans

The Texans

by James P. HoganBill RobertsRandolph ScottHarvey Stephens Walter Brennan and others

DVD video Content Rating: PG Publication Date: 30/07/2008

RRP  $10.00 $9.25
In the wake of the Civil War, the defeated South was overrun by carpetbaggers, con-men eager and corrupt politicos, all scheming to grab every possible dollar. "The Texans" tells the story of a family of ranchers who decide to herd their cattle north in order to escape the heavy taxes imposed by these greedy money-grubbers. But the trip proves more difficult than they expected, as they battle fires, blizzards and -- worst of all -- other human beings who would like to prevent them from successfully reaching their destination.
ISBN:
5050582540109
5050582540109
Genre:
Western
Content Rating:
PG
Format:
DVD video
Region:
2|4|5 More ...
Encoding:
PAL
Running time:
89
No. Discs:
1
Publication Date:
30-07-2008
Language:
English
Publisher:
Universal
Year of production:
1938

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