|Product Name||Wild West Lawmen - 10 Classic Films (2 Disc Set)|
|Category||Electronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B0007YPEQO|
|Price New||1.98 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Price Used||1.07 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Run Time||796 minutes|
|Cast||Clint Walker, Donald Sutherland, John Wayne, Lee Van Cleef, Roy Rogers|
|Run Time||796 minutes|
|Width||5.5 inches (convert)|
|Height||0.5 inches (convert)|
|Length||7.5 inches (convert)|
|Weight||22 hundredths pounds (convert)|
|Run Time||796 minutes|
|Long Description||They were as mean and tough as the outlaws they hunted, but they wore a badge. These five documentaries feature the real stories behind the Wild West's most respected lawmen. |
Documentaries included: Wild Bill Hickok, Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson, Tom Horn and Elfago Baca.
Also included are ten western movie classics starring Lee Van Cleef, John Wayne, Pernell Roberts, Donald Sutherland, and more. A must see for every western fan.
Films included: Dan Candy's Law, The Grand Duel, Deadly Companions, Sheriff of Tombstone, The Trail Beyond, The Star Packer, Yuma, Four Rode Out, Song of the Gringo, and The Outlaw.
Dan Candy's Law (1974, Color, Rated PG, 93 Minutes): When a Canadian Mountie is killed by an Indian, his partner tracks down the man to avenge the death.
The Grand Duel (1973, Color, Rated R, 92 Minutes): The titular duel pits hard-bitten gunslinger Clayton (Lee Van Cleef) against the equally gritty Saxon (Horst Frank).
Deadly Companions (1961, Color, Not Rated, 90 Minutes): Yellowleg (Brian Keith), a former sergeant in the Union army, is obsessed with tracking down Turk (Chill Wills), a Rebel army deserter who, during the War Between the States, tried to scalp him as he lay wounded on a battlefield.
Sheriff of Tombstone (1941, B/W, Not Rated, 60 Minutes): In this western, Roy Rogers and his sidekick Gabby get into all kinds of trouble when they ride into Tombstone and find themselves mistaken for the hired gun and his assistant.
The Trail Beyond (1934, B/W, Not Rated, 57 Minutes): Loosely based on a story by pulp writer James Oliver Curwood, this Lone Star Western released by Monogram starred a young John Wayne helping an old family friend (James Marcus) find his long-lost brother and niece.
The Star Packer (1934, B/W, Not Rated, 53 Minutes): The Star Packer casts "the Duke" as U.S. marshal John Travers--hoping to flush out a mysterious outlaw chieftain known only as "The Shadow."
Yuma (1970, Color, Not Rated, 73 Minutes): A tough marshal is sent to clean up a lawless western town.
Four Rode Out (1969, Color, Rated R, 99 Minutes): In this western, a Mexican desperado tries to flee his partner, a determined girlfriend, and a US Marshal.
Song of the Gringo (1936, B/W, Not Rated, 62 Minutes): In his film debut, Tex Ritter is sent to investigate miners being killed and their mines confiscated.
The Outlaw (1943, B/W, Not Rated, 123 Minutes): Billy the Kid (Jack Buetel) and Doc Holliday (Walter Huston) are close friends until lawman Pat Garrett (Thomas Mitchell) attempts to ambush Billy and put him behind bars.
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ISBN stands for International Standard Book Number. Originally this was a 10 digit number known as ISBN-10, but has been replaced with a 13 digit version known as ISBN-13 (aka EAN-13) to better fit in with the industry standard product numbering system.
The ISBN system offers a unique numbering system for books and publications of various types. ISBN offers 9 identification digits for each book or publication and one check digit. ISBN-13 expands the available number set by doubling the available numbers. You might think that the extra three digits would more than double the available numbers but ISBN is limited within the EAN-13 numbering system and will always start with 978 or 979 as the first three digits, leaving only 9 more digits for the actual identification digits and again the last digit is the check digit.
Any ISBN-10 number can be converted to ISBN-13. Any ISBN-13 number that starts with 978 can be converted back to ISBN-10. ISBN-13 numbers that start with 979 cannot be converted to ISBN-10.
The conversion process from ISBN-10 to ISBN-13 is a rather simple one. Start with the first 9 digits of the ISBN-10 number, place 978 in front and calculate the new check digit using the standard EAN check digit calculation.
If you want to calculate the check digit for ISBN-10, that is done using a MOD-11 calculation that is very different than the EAN check digit process.
- Lets start with ISBN-10 number 1-5905-9332-?
- Each digit is multiplied by its position for digits 1-9
- 1x1 + 5x2 + 9x3 + 0x4 + 5x5 + 9x6 + 3x7 + 3x8 + 2x9 = 180
- Now get the remainder 180 mod 11 = 4
- Now return the mod 11 again... 4 mod 11 = 4
- If the results is 10, return the letter X otherwise return the digit.
- For our example, the final number is 1-5905-9332-4
Look at the number above and below the barcode. You will see that except for the last digit in the ISBN number, all of the digits exist in the 13 digit version shown under the barcode right after the 978 and just before the new check digit of 5.
Now you can see how easy it is to convert between ISBN-10 and ISBN-13.