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Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Steve Canyon Christmas Episode

Merry Christmas from The Milton Caniff Estate! Enjoy our gift, this clip from the Steve Canyon Christmas episode that hasn't been seen in the US since 1958!


Celia Lovsky and Lillian Adams
Celia Lovsky and Lillian Adams


Dean Fredericks gets in the spirit



Above, from left, Dean Fredericks and friend (Sean McClory). These images are all frame blowups from this episode.



This clip (which features Dean Fredericks, Celia Lovsky, Sean McClory and Barbara Beaird) is a 6 minute 13 second Quicktime mp4 movie clip from the 16th episode, THE GIFT, written by Ray Bradbury and Sidney Carroll and directed by Don Taylor, which aired originally on Saturday December 20th 1958 at 9pm on NBC. It was never repeated in the United States. When ABC aired summer reruns of Steve Canyon in 1960, for some reason this one (and 13 others) never got shown. What you are about to see is the first time in 48 years that any part of this episode has been seen in the United States. The shows were run in Australia twice in 1959 and 1960, on Armed Forces television overseas in 1963 and 1965, and dubbed in Japanese and broadcast by Nagoya TV in Japan in 1963, and possibly 8 episodes were shown in Germany and latin america circa 1959/1960. If you remember seeing STEVE CANYON broadcast at any other time or place since, we'd love to hear from you.



This episode (and all 34 shows of the series) will be included on the full series dvd coming out from The Milton Caniff Estate in the summer of 2008. Enjoy the holidays!

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Monday, December 17, 2007

It's Official! Tempe Video Signed for Wide Steve Canyon DVD Retail Release!!

SC Box

This is the BIG NEWS that I have been hinting at for a while. Harry and I have signed an exclusive retail distribution agreement with our longtime friend J.R. Bookwalter at Tempe Video. This will put our initial Steve Canyon Special Edition DVD (which has seen limited availability here on our blog) out into wide release on March 18 of 2008. This means it will be available through Amazon.com, DeepDiscount.com, DVDUniverse.com, Buy.com, DVDPlanet.com, DVDEmpire.com and others, as well as being available to rent from Netflix.com.

We are considering this as a market sales test for our full series DVD which we plan to release sometime during the summer of 2008 for the 50th Anniversary of the Steve Canyon TV series. For more info visit Tempe Video, our friends at TV Shows On DVD (who broke the story) and Amazon.com for more info.

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Saturday, December 15, 2007

The Girls of Steve Canyon - Part 4

Sylvia Lewis
Sylvia LewisThe Hotcha Girl From French Morocco...

We recently had the distinct pleasure of talking with the lovely and talented Sylvia Lewis about her featured role as the beguiling club dancer "Macayo" in the Steve Canyon episode OPERATION B-52.

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Dancing SylviaPutting on a show...

Sylvia and I share a theory that her character in this episode was named after the famous Macayo Club that used to be in Santa Monica and where Sylvia danced and performed often early in her career. She knew author Charles Beaumont to some extent, and remembers being called in for the part (most likely by casting director Gene Reynolds) WITHOUT any audition, so it is possible...

Sylvia and DeanMaking time with Col. Canyon!

We recommend a visit to Sylvia's website at sylvialewis.net for a whole lot of cool pix and clips and info showing highlites of our friend Sylvia's extraordinary career. She was a guest star on many of our favorite shows, including The Beverly Hillbillies, Gomer Pyle USMC, The Dick Van Dyke show, Zorro...and even appeared with Shemp Howard in a famous THREE STOOGES short!

Also note that her episode OPERATION B-52 is one of the 4 on our "sampler" STEVE CANYON SPECIAL EDITION DVD, which is available for purchase below.



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Thursday, December 13, 2007

More Steve Canyon on Ebay

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(click on image to go to our auction)The Red's know!
Click here to go to Milton Caniff Estate eBay Auction

In an effort to further fund our efforts to restore the Steve Canyon TV series, we are offering this original artwork in an online auction on eBay. This is the original art to the Sunday STEVE CANYON strip, dated April 16, 1961. NOTE that this is the very first Steve Canyon SUnday page original we have ever offered online. This is MILTON CANIFF finished art (pencil and ink), over layouts by Dick Rockwell (Norman Rockwell's nephew) who drew layouts from 1953 on (and lettering by Frank Engli, which he did for Milton from 1934 until 1975). This is a superb sunday strip from early in the story Caniff titled THE RETURN OF THE CRAG HAG (Mar 31st to July 1st, 1961). The art is quite clean for a sunday page and in fact looks MUCH brighter, nicer, sharper AND "more even" in person than it does in this image (It's very hard to scan art of this size, this is merely a snapshot). Size is approximately 25 1/8" X 18 3/4". Dogie Hogan and princess Snowflower are in panels 1-3, Steve is in panels 4-9, MADAME LYNX is in panel 9 (her introduction within this story), and Milton Caniff's distinctive signature in panel one along with the distinctive Canyon logo (designed by Noel Sickles).

A RARE SUNDAY STRIP FROM THE MILTON CANIFF ESTATE.This original has been in Milton's family since it was drawn and it is now finally being offered for sale. This is it, don't be afraid to bid and miss your chance on this amazing offering...perhaps you'll be the lucky owner!

This is a one of a kind item, a very rare, very early and very nice Milton Caniff STEVE CANYON original ... NOTE - We are in process of winding down with the sale of Milton's originals...so don't miss this great opportunity...we won't be selling many more after this. We are close to the end of what we will be offering.

NOTE - The sale of this artwork directly helps the Milton Caniff Estate with projects we are involved in which we believe will interest many fans of his work, so support a good cause and get a guaranteed GREAT piece of early Steve Canyon art that has NEVER been in the hands of another collector!

I want to mention that I have a LOT of pictures, film clips and information to post in the coming weeks which I am sure will be of interest to those of you that frequent our site, so please be patient and drop by often. And a reminder to everyone that our Special Edition DVD and Commemorative Hats make great stocking stuffers, and purchasing them (or even donating a buck or two) helps to support restoring these shows. I will mention that we just finished transferring episodes 19 through 33 and they look and sound TERRIFIC! This is so exciting, and we can't wait to share these on DVD this coming year, the series 50th anniversary...

Oh, and there's BIG NEWS coming on Monday...so stay tuned!

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Monday, December 10, 2007

CBGXtra.com/SDCC Interview

Click image to go to CBGXtra Video pageEllis at SDCC2007Maggie Thompson Interviews John Ellis

Catching up on things Dept: On the last day of Comic-Con in San Diego this year, a lovely lass with a video camera showed up at the National Cartoonist's Society booth and (politely) shoved said camera in my face. Well the lady was someone I've always wanted to meet, Maggie Thompson, the Senior Editor of the Comics Buyer's Guide and the person I often refer to as "The mother of comics fandom". There 'tweren't such a thing as a comics fanzine until she and her late husband Don started publishing them ca. 1960! (Titles such as Ballast and Comic Art come to mind). Needless to say, I had a blast talking with Maggie that day, and she has posted an excerpt of the video on their site. Since she caught me off guard, you'll just have to deal with all of the "umm"s and "uhh"s...not to mention MY mistakes...hehehe...

Also note that she has posted a bunch 'o cool interviews with notables such as Ray Harryhausen, Wendy and Richard Pini, and many others, so it's worth taking a look.

And since we're on the subject of San Diego Comic-Con 2007, here is a photo by Adrian Velazquez of the participants in our panel discussion at the con (that I kept forgetting to post).
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From Left to right are R.C.Harvey, Russ Maheras, Denis Kitchen, Diana Doalson, Harry Guyton and John Ellis.

R.C.Harvey is the author of "Meanwhile" (Milton's biography that just came out this summer); Russ is the author/artist of the 60th anniversary Steve Canyon strip that just appeared in Air Force Times; Denis published 26 issues of Steve Canyon Magazine in the '80' and early '90s (among other things; Diana is Milton's grand-niece and appeared in the Steve Canyon comic strip in the '60s; Harry Guyton is Milton's nephew, Executor of the Estate, and Executive Producer of the Steve Canyon DVDs; John is me, and I represent the Estate and am Producer of the Steve Canyon DVDs. BIG NEWS is coming...

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Sunday, December 02, 2007

Steve Canyon on Ebay

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(click on image to go to our auction)Oley's Lament
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In an effort to further fund our efforts to restore the Steve Canyon TV series, we are offering this well known artwork in an online auction on eBay. This is the original art to the daily STEVE CANYON strip, dated March 14, 1952. This is PURE MILTON CANIFF, no assistants worked on this (except for Frank Engli lettering, which he did for Milton from 1934 until 1975). This is a superb daily strip from late in the story Caniff titled CRISIS ON THE CAMPUS (November 15, 1951-April 6th 1952).

The art is pretty clean, no glue stains or the like, and no "paste-overs". The final image from this artwork is perhaps the quintessential illustration that is associated with Milton Caniff. Size is approximately 22 7/8" X 7 1/4". Summer Olson and the Whissel Sisters are in panels one through three, Little Oley Olsen joins them in panels two and three, and then there is the famous powerfully iconic image of Oley crying on the steps with Milton Caniff's distinctive signature in panel four.

THE RAREST OF THE RARE. This last panel has been printed and reprinted the world over as a representation of Caniff's artistry as a storyteller and the greatest adventure comic strip artist of the 20th Century. This image has spoken to the world and it is now finally being offered for sale. This is it, don't be afraid to bid and miss your chance on this amazing offering...perhaps you'll be the lucky owner!

This is a one of a kind item, a very rare, very early and very nice Milton Caniff STEVE CANYON original ... NOTE - We are in process of winding down with the sale of Milton's originals...so don't miss this great opportunity...we won't be selling many more after this. We are close to the end of what we will be offering.

NOTE - The sale of this artwork directly helps the Milton Caniff Estate with projects we are involved in which we believe will interest many fans of his work, so support a good cause and get a guaranteed GREAT piece of early Steve Canyon art that has NEVER been in the hands of another collector!

I want to mention that I have a LOT of pictures, film clips and information to post in the coming weeks which I am sure will be of interest to those of you that frequent our site, so please be patient and drop by often. And a reminder to everyone that our Special Edition DVD and Commemorative Hats make great stocking stuffers, and purchasing them (or even donating a buck or two) helps to support restoring these shows. I will mention that we just finished transferring episodes 19 through 33 and they look and sound TERRIFIC! This is so exciting, and we can't wait to share these on DVD this coming year, the series 50th anniversary. Stay tuned!

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Sunday, November 11, 2007

Steve Canyon TV Series Article Published

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Mondo Cult #2

About a year and a half ago I ran into an old friend, writer/publisher Brad Linaweaver, at a Ray Harryhausen book signing at the Dark Delicacies Bookstore in Beautiful Downtown Burbank (sorry, old habits die hard). In any event, I showed him some stills and materials from my (then unauthorized) research into the realm of the Steve Canyon TV Series. He showed me his just-published first issue of MONDO CULT magazine, and then twisted my arm until I agreed to write an article on Steve for the next issue. Gleefully agreed I might add. Not long after that meeting I ended up getting involved with The Milton Caniff Estate in the Restoration Project and have had nary a wink of sleep since. But Brad persisted in his task to get me to write "something", and finally, 4,000 odd words later (and I emphasize the "odd" part) issue #2 of Mondo Cult is out, and with it my article "Steve Canyon, Ace of the Airwaves", the most accurate history of the series there is anywhere (as of this writing). AND, if you look on the cover, in the lower right, in wee tiny, itsy bitsy lettering...

Anyway, you'll notice that Steve Canyon On DVD's bestest loveliest friend-type gal BRINKE STEVENS is on the cover of this issue, and there are 120 pages chock-full of fannish goodness (four of them are mine) concerning sci-fi, horror, movies, TV, literature and a whole slew of other things that we HIGHLY recommend. It is available in many retail outlets, you can find one near you by checking this list of Retail Outlets that carry Mondo Cult Magazine. You can also click here to Order Mondo Cult Magazine online. It's $9.95 a copy plus postage...a pretty good deal (if you ask us) for 120 pages of coolness. Editor Jessie Lilley and Publisher Brad Linaweaver did a really great job and we really enjoyed the experience. Thanks!

P.S. If you do go looking for a local retail outlet that carries MONDO CULT, we recommend calling ahead just to make sure they have it in stock before you "scramble" for the cockpit...

Sunday, November 04, 2007

The Girls of Steve Canyon - Part 3

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Dean Fredericks/Elena VerdugoPhoto #9220-53 - Col. Steve Canyon (Dean Fredericks) is greeted by Captain Maggie Gallagher (Elena Verdugo) on his return to Big Thunder from Okinawa in the STEVE CANYON episode, "OPERATION SOUVENIR."

Yep, it's Elena Verdugo this time, years before her unforgettable stint as Consuelo Lopez, Marcus Welby's altruistic assistant, and years after playing countless ethnic character parts such as the gypsy girl Ilonka in House of Frankenstein (1944). In this episode she plays a bit of a love interest to Steve, then things go bad with smugglers who put the kibosh on their little party.

And another interesting thing, for those who say Steve is the only strip character (other than General "Shanty" Towne in the pilot), we give you the following panel (from "Steve Canyon" - Dell Four Color comic #1033 Sept. 1959) for your consideration:

Capt. Maggie GallagherComic art by Ray Bailey, story by Paul S. Newman. This was the first Steve Canyon TV tie-in comic, and ironically the last Steve Canyon comic book published.

STEVE CANYON TV SERIES EPISODE INFO:

OPERATION SOUVENIR
Show #21
Production #9220
NBC First Run Thursday January 29, 1959
Photographed: Dec 19-22-23, 1958
Directed by Lamont Johnson
Teleplay by William Spier, story by William Spier and Sidney Carroll
Before leaving Taipei, Canyon buys a wooden monkey from an eager peddler. Back at
Big Thunder, Canyon finds that the carving has placed an Air Force nurse and himself in danger.
With: Elena Verdugo, Jerry Paris, Oliver Cliff, Jay Novello, Tony Travis,
Abel Fernandez, Jack Grinnage, Len Weinrib and Otis Spickles (unconfirmed).

“This film is dedicated to the Air Police of the United States Air Force”

Thursday, November 01, 2007

Back in the hanger...

Just another in a series of Quick Notes to mention that we are all back home from the Fabulous Festival of Cartoon Art in Columbus, Ohio. I have pictures, stories and news, all to be revealed over the next few...well, you know, as soon as we can get to it. But it all will appear here, including some BIG news. So stick around, flaps down and check back often.

Just for fun, here's a cool advertising poster we have from 1958...

Monday, October 22, 2007

The Festival of Cartoon Art


Just a quick note that Harry and I have arrived in Columbus Ohio for the Festival of Cartoon Art at Ohio State University. This event is honoring Milton Caniff's 100th anniversary, and we are looking forward to all of the events that Lucy Caswell and OSU have planned. More detail and pictures as things progress!

Check this link for more info:

Festival of Cartoon Art

Sunday, October 14, 2007

The Star Trek/Steve Canyon Connection Part I

Looks Familiar
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Hey! The guy with the hat...he looks kinda familiar...


DeForest Kelley
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Wouldja look at that! It's "Bones"! That DeForest Kelley guy from Star Trek! He wuz in a STEVE CANYON?


NCS Booth today
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Now this guy looks familiar too...Tige Andrews, yeah, that's him. Hey wait! Wasn't he a Klingon? The episode with Julie Newmar I think.


NCS Booth today
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Ain't that John Hoyt? Wait! He was the ORIGINAL doctor on Star Trek, Philip Boyce in THE CAGE. Oh holy crap! TWO doctors from Trek (now all we need is that Dr. Piper guy from the other pilot).


NCS Booth today
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Now that's Theodore "Beaver" Cleaver's teacher, Mrs. Landers...Sue Randall I think...I'm pretty sure she wasn't in Star Trek...maybe THE TWILIGHT ZONE though!


NCS Booth today
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Oh now I can't believe this! The Co-Pilot, that's the paranoid guy that thought Spock was a Romulan spy!! Paul Comi, "Lieutenant Stiles" from BALANCE OF TERROR...ok, this is unreal. Too many Star Trek guys in one episode. I gotta take some aspirin...



Operation Jettison movie clip
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Above, from left, Sue Randall as Sgt. Addie Malone, John Hoyt as Mr. Atterbury, Dean Fredericks as Col. Steve Canyon, Tige Andrews as Sgt. Bagdasarian, and Michael Galloway as Sgt. Kiefer. These images are all frame blowups from this episode.



This clip (which features DeForest Kelley and NOT the scene from this image) is a 30 second Quicktime mp4 movie clip from the 5th episode, OPERATION JETTISON, which aired originally on Saturday October 11th 1958 at 9pm on NBC. It was repeated once by NBC on Tuesday July 28th 1959 at 8pm. When ABC aired summer reruns of Steve Canyon in 1960, for some reason this one (and 13 others) never got shown. What you are about to see is the first time in 48 years that any part of this episode has been seen in the United States. The shows were run in Australia twice in 1959 and 1960, on Armed Forces television overseas in 1963 and 1965, and dubbed in Japanese and broadcast by Nagoya TV in Japan in 1963, but otherwise (as far as we can ascertain) they were never aired anywhere else in the world. If you remember seeing STEVE CANYON broadcast at any other time or place since, we'd love to hear from you.



This episode is a lot of fun, involving a C-130 Hercules flying from Japan to the US that runs into trouble involving engine trouble and priceless cargo. This is another episode that (to me) feels like it could have been a story in the comic strip. Terrific episode!



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Wednesday, September 26, 2007

News: Alter Ego #72 Hits The Stands!

Dick Rockwell On Being The 36 Year Ghost Of The Great Milton Caniff - In His Last Interview

"The Drawing Board Is My Sanctuary"

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Alter Ego #72 Cover
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We were contacted by Alter Ego Editor Roy Thomas a few months ago, to provide some scans of Steve Canyon strips...but these weren't the work of Milton Caniff, they were pencilled and inked by Dick Rockwell following Milton's untimely death. Norman Rockwell's nephew Dick worked for Milton from 1952 through 1988, and though a true unsung hero, he passed away in 2006. Harry and I have thought that Rockwell never got the recognition he deserved, and we were delighted to hear that Roy was publishing an interview that Jim Amash conducted with Dick in 2004.

Roy Thomas SDCC2007Roy Thomas at The TwoMorrows booth at the 2007 San Diego Comic-Con

For those of you interested in the Caniff/Canyon world, this extensive 15 page interview is choc-a-block with reproductions of the work he did with Milton (including the very last Steve Canyon daily continuity strip)! For everyone else there are scans of his extensive comicbook work, including pages for Timely, DC, Marvel, Biro, Fawcett, Hillman, Quality and others...a lot of neat stuff. You can order the 100 page magazine from their site (for $9.00 plus postage), or you can pay $2.95 and download a PDF file of the issue. Either way, there's a lot of great stuff packed in there (and not just Dick).

John Ellis
Hollywood, CA

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Air Force Times/Steve Canyon Anniversary

Cartoonist kept loyal Air Force following with straight-laced adventures of fictional flyboy

Pages of history:

"Steve Canyon" kept a loyal Air Force following with the straight-laced adventures of a fictional flyboy. Check out historic strips, video and a special 60th birthday celebration

(Click on image for larger view.)Steve Canyon's 60th Anniversary Comic Strip
Click to go to Air Force Times Online and read more!

The Air Force Times (in cooperation with The Milton Caniff Estate, Caniff Biographer Robert C. Harvey, and artist/writer Russ Maheras) have put up a splendid page on their website devoted to Steve Canyon's 60th Anniversary. A special newly created Steve Canyon full color comic-strip, created by Maheras, is being featured online as well as in the September 24th edition of their weekly newspaper.

Fans of our site and the Steve Canyon TV series will find streaming clips from four different episodes (three previously unreleased on our site) including an extended clip from the much requested OPERATION INTERCEPT. You will also find several scans of classic Steve Canyon strips, comments from Milton's nephew Harry Guyton, and R.C. Harvey, and MORE! Head on over there and check it out!

John Ellis
Hollywood, CA

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive: Biography: Milton Caniff and Norman Rockwell in Coronet

ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive: Biography: Milton Caniff and Norman Rockwell in Coronet

We (The Milton Caniff Estate) recently loaned the ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive copies of two issues of Coronet magazine from 1942 and 1947 to digitize. Read these fascinating articles about Milton Caniff's challenges in creating and drawing these strips...plus scans of great artwork and more! Thanks to ASIFA-Hollywood and Steve Worth for sharing this content on their website.

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Milton Caniff Terry and the Pirates Steve Canyon
Click to go to ASIFA and read more!

NOTE that the ASIFA website appears to be no more, but here is a link to an archived copy of the original post on archive.org, click HERE.

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Steve Canyon Special Edition DVD Full Details

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$9.99
(all shipping and handling included anywhere in the world! Limited time offer!). DVD's are IN STOCK and ready for IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT via US Postal Service First Class Mail & USPS International First Class Mail! MOST domestic USA orders arrive within 72 hours after you place your order!).
Buy direct from us and support the restoration of the entire series!

We are still able to offer (for a limited time) the "sampler" DVD for purchase internationally!
Steve Canyon Special Edition DVD
OFFICIAL AUTHORIZED RELEASE

NOTE: All purchases are usually shipped within 24 hours AND in the order they are received. There are a limited number of DVDs, so make sure you order yours TODAY!
Cover Art
Inside Art (reversible!)Disc Art
This DVD contains 4 hand picked episodes not seen in the US in over 45 years! Episodes of this series are so rare they have been highly sought after and prized by film collectors the world over.

FEATURES:The first OFFICIALLY AUTHORIZED US release of any episodes of this TERRIFIC SERIES since 1960!Transferred from the original 35mm film broadcast masters!4 full half hour episodes and more, featuring the famed comic strip hero created by Milton Caniff. (NOTE: these four episodes are included in The Complete Steve Canyon On TV DVDs, two are on Vol. 1 and the other two are on Vol. 2)Full Color Printing Inside And Out In An Industry Standard "Crystal Clear" Clamshell CaseFull Color Process Factory Glass-Mastered Disc136 minutes / Black & WhiteNTSC Full Screen (1:33:1) 24 Frame Progressive!Region 0 - Playable In All RegionsDigitally RemasteredDigitally Enhanced Stereo Sound4 full episodes originally broadcast in 1958 with Original Commercials and Network Promos
EXTRAS:
2007 Series Restoration Promo (19:17)
(features extended clips from 6 other episodes, including:
Operation Survival
The Trap
Korean Story
Operation UFO
The Robbery
and
Operation InterceptStills Gallery (1:00)
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Thursday, August 02, 2007

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