I've actually never caught this series before and have no idea what it's all about, but I'm guessing it's a film retrospective that presents classic made-for-television films from the 1950's. If anyone could fill me in further, I'd appreciate it... Anyways, I'm not sure what context this would fall under, but this morning I caught a movie titled "End Of A Gun", a black & white T.V. western that was written by Sam Peckinpah about a notorious past outlaw riding back into town to find his estranged lady friend and son after running into some trouble with a provoking gunman in a saloon who forces him to draw and kill making him a wanted man yet again. Along the way two amateur gunslingers from the nearby town come looking for revenge on their brother, as does an arrogant and cocky tough-talking kid looking to make a name for himself. If this sounds vaguely farmiliar or if anyone knows what I'm talking about... in what context and when was this first broadcast? I tried searching Google but came up with nothing but I'm assuming that it was part of a series which aired these TV movies back in the day as it's listed under Peckinpah's filmography at IMDB as an "episode". Anyways, I was just wondering if anyone had anymore information on this and whether anyone knows if it's been released on DVD or if there are any plans to bring it to DVD in the near future... Thanks!